The author made this statement in the summary section,
“Furthermore, it wasrefreshing to realize anew that the price has already been paid for our sins. It is now inthe receiving. Salvation is already paid for. Healing was purchased on the same day.Even our prosperity was included in the payment. There’s only one thing left to do toenforce that transaction, yes you know what it is: Open your heart and receive it all by faith.”
According to biblical scripture, what price was paid for our health, healing andprosperity?6.
In chapter two, the author discusses a woman image.
Play up your most celebratedfeature.
Remember that everyone has something uniquely identifiable to them: FormerFirst Lady Barbara Bush’s wrinkly face identifies her as a time-trusted friend andsurvivor. Joanie Parsley’s kind face balances her husband’s fiery personality. MarilynMonroe’s size 16 curves are still a standard of sexy. Elizabeth Taylor’s violet eyesmesmerize photographers. Gwyneth Paltrow’s swan-like neck is helping turtlenecksmake a comeback. Sandra Bullock’s girl next-door face has captured the nation. Ask yourself: What’s the first thing I remember realizing was extraordinary about me? Whatabout my body makes me feel unique. Name it and celebrate it with the group!7.
List your inner assets
by completing the following statements, “I like___________”or “ I can ___________.” For example:
“I like the way I wake up happy every morning,” “I can walk three miles,” “I can tell a good story or a joke.”
Or I like beingable to make people feel good about themselves.” Write down as many of these aspossible and add more as you think of them. Now read at least 3 aloud to the group.8.
In chapter three, the author discussed the significance of
, do you like yourname?9.
What’s your favorite
What’s your affectionate
for your husband, one of your children, your friend?11.
Name one name of Jehovah God that you remember from the chapter? Why did youchoose this name?12.
Name one specific name given to Jesus Christ that is meaningful to you and why?13.
In chapter 5 the author discussed, a woman’s ordinary but God-given role in the earth ashelpers of mankind, influencers of nations and mothers to many: What do you like bestabout being born a woman?14.
What do you like least about being born a woman?15.
Do you have a personal mission in your life?16.
In chapter six, the author discussed God’s call and natural instinct He’s given woman topray. Do you pray often, and why?17.
If you were experiencing a personal crisis and you needed someone to pray with you, who would you call and why?18.
Can you choose a prayer partner from your group?19.
In chapter seven the author discusses woman’s potential and how to tap into yourgreatest potential. Do you have a special talent? If so, are you using it?