Waiting For God
There are seasons in life when God calls us to synchronize our walk with His pace. We can’t rush the process or hide from this… we learn to inhale and exhale with each step.
Required Book (not included)
Dixon, Xochitl. Waiting For God: Trusting Daily in God’s Plan and Pace. Discovery House, 2019.
This course is a general study of Bible doctrine designed to introduce the student to the Person of the Holy Spirit. This course presents the following areas of doctrine: Devotional.
The Bible Cafe™ provides, for its students, a deeper understanding of the Scriptures. In so doing, it is necessary to develop a thorough understanding of Christian doctrine as it is presented throughout the Bible. This course provides students with a firm theological grounding which will serve as a guide to “open my mouth and inhale the word of God because I crave the revelation of your commands.” (Psalm 119:131 TPT).
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain how the Person of the Holy Spirit is communicating today
- Discuss key doctrinal terms as they relate to the nature and work of Holy Spirit
- Distinguish between the differences and implications of suffering and healing.
- Understand how to remove the anxieties of waiting from your life.
- Differentiate between perseverance and condemnation.
- Compare the Biblical experience of waiting with modern worldviews.
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Our Daily Bread Contributor, Speaker, Blogger, Faculty at Writing Conferences
XOCHITL DIXON (pronounced soh-cheel) equips and encourages readers to embrace God’s grace and to grow deeper in their personal relationship with Christ and others. Ms. Dixon is a speaker, blogger and regular contributor to Our Daily Bread and other publications. She leads workshops and encourages writers through her faculty position at Christian Writer Conferences.