Questions? You’ve Got 30 Minutes!

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Good morning, sisters! My mom already spoke to this in a little paragraph she added to the previous post, but I want to say that I was blown away by all the amazing testimonies of freedom that we shared! We were astounded at how they ministered to the first group of Breaking Free comments. I could not keep from praising our Savior. He is so mighty! There were several comments that addressed things I was dealing with that very day and they gave me an extra measure of faith to believe God for my victory. Thank you to everyone who shared and most of all, thank You, glorious Jesus, for setting us free!

Whew! Okay! Now for a breather! Mom and I thought it would be fun to do a Question and Answer post. We are going to open up comments for thirty minutes and see what you girls come up with. So if there’s something you want to ask, bring it on! I’m sure we won’t be able to answer every one, but I think it will still give us lots to talk about. Here’s a hint: we are hoping to give lots of shorter answers rather than a few very long ones. Okay, you’ve got thirty minutes! One, two, three, go!

TIME’S UP! Can’t wait to see what we’ve got! Watch for answers over the weekend! You guys are such a blast!


64 Responses to “Questions? You’ve Got 30 Minutes!”

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  1. 51
    Anonymous says:

    why does God wait so long to let some of us ladies get married?

  2. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Amanda, can you recommend a child-raising book or author who you believe gives Biblical advice? Thanks!

  3. 53
    Amy says:

    Beth, how do you make time for your self? With your crazy schedule and all you do for others – how do you take care of yourself? I struggle with that one for myself a lot – I am supposed to give, give, give – but so want just some peace and quiet time for me (and not at 4:40am!!)

  4. 54
    Anonymous says:

    How do you deal with a christian mother who cannot control her tongue?
    She says very inappropriate things and I do not feel comfortable correcting my mother.

  5. 55
    Beckums says:

    For those of us out here in the ministry (hubby is a Sr. Pastor)How do you deal with life in the “fish bowl”? (i.e., Can you go anyplace w/o being recognize? How do you handle people’s constant opinion on everything from your clothing to your hair style?) Any tips or wisdom would greatly be appreciated!!!!!

  6. 56
    Anonymous says:

    What happens to Jews of this age if they are faithful Jews, but do not accept Jesus?

  7. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Are there any plans to do another web study where we can watch the tuesday night bible study online and do the homework with you? (like Believing God a few years ago) As a former “home girl” who’s now in Dallas, I would love to do that again and feel a little like I am still there with ya’ll!

  8. 58
    Anonymous says:

    Any chances you’ll do a study on Romans?

  9. 59
    Anonymous says:

    Lately, I’ve been reading up on the argument for and against KJV only. Beth, I’ve noticed you stick pretty strictly with the NIV. What are your thoughts?

  10. 60
    Anonymous says:

    With all the notariety the Moore’s have, how do you live a normal life? Can you go to the mall without being swarmed? How do you keep your name out of the press?

  11. 61
    CLAUDIA says:

    Okay one more then I will leave you alone (until San Antonio in August whoohoo)!I am reading “The Wedding Machine” it is a hoot. Beth is mentioned in it. Have either of you read it?

  12. 62
    fuzzytop says:

    OOOHHHH I hope I’m not too late!

    Any thoughts on a study on Job? I’ve been reading and re-reading Job lately, and it really just moves me. God says SO much there….

  13. 63
    Anonymous says:

    Big Question – I have always been taught that Jesus was the SON of God, but I am SO confused because I hear people referring to them as the same. This may sound dumb, but PLEASE clarify!

  14. 64
    Melissa says:

    I’ve been writing poetry since I was a teenager. I’ve only ever showed them to one very close friend. I never started writing with the intent to share… but she’s been enouraging me to look into the possibility of getting them published. She told me that my writing is a gift, and that I shouldn’t be afraid to use that gift to glorify God. How did you…well, get the courage to share your deepest thoughts and emotions when you went to publish your poems? And if I never share them- is it really wasting a God-given gift? (If it even is one!)

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