Joanne Guarnieri Hagemeyer

Joanne Guarnieri Hagemeyer, retired Teaching Leader and Area Advisor with Bible Study Fellowship, now teaches at Grace and Peace, Joanne, and serves on the pulpit teaching team of New Hope Chapel, Arnold, Maryland. She is a member of the Board of Directors for Lay Counselor Institute and the Biblical Archaeology Forum, and has participated in two archaeological excavations, at Tel Kabri and Tel Akko, Israel. She is currently a Masters in Theological Studies student at Portland Seminary and author of Love Feast (January, 2020) and Broken, Searching, Trusted, Powerful (July, 2020).

Elizabeth

Elizabeth, whose unborn son was already filled with the Holy Spirit, Mary, who carried a child conceived by the overshadowing of Almighty God, and now Elizabeth herself filled with the Spirit—God in Three Persons literally filled these two mothers, the aging wife of an elderly priest and a young, unmarried girl.

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Rebekah

Ultimately, though Rebekah paid dearly for the way she fought for fulfillment of God’s promises, she held steady as a woman of faith. Far more than Isaac, it was Rebekah who believed God and desired God’s will as well as God’s promises and covenant.

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Leah

As Leah stood at the edge of the precipice, powerless, bereft, broken, and alone, with the dumpster yawning below, she was presented with an inner choice. Would she allow the dumpster’s gravity to pull her in, or would she look up to find God at work even in this dark and awful place?

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Bathsheba

Was Bathsheba a seductress? Was she innocent? Was this an affair or a rape? Or neither, since the mores of that time were different than our own today? And what did God think of all this–the man identified as one after God’s own heart, and the woman identified as a little lamb?

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Is the Bible Trustworty?

You can trust the Bible as a resource to know what Jesus said and did, what he thought and felt, remembering that the Bible is a resource, however unique, special, and powerful. God is the source of love and life and salvation. Studying the Bible is good as long as it leads to knowledge of and relationship with God.

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