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The Five Step Survival Guide for Working Women: Step 2 - What God Says in His Word

After completing the 5 Whys in Part 1, you chose one word that appears to be the core root of the problem you are experiencing. One word which summarizes what is lying beneath the surface of the difficulty you are currently having. You have used a business approach to reach this conclusion. 

However, the 5 Step Survival Guide for Working Women is about combining business and 

Biblical principles. The rest of this journey is about what God has to say about the issue. He wants to speak to you about this situation, and He wants you to turn to Him about it. Satan does not want you to turn to God. Rather, he wants you to stay stressed, confused, and anxious, and he wants this stress to continue. Satan knows there is power in God’s Word: Jesus regularly quoted and referred to scripture. God will bless you for being obedient by turning to Him, and will bring calm to your storm.

The next step in the 5-Step Survival Guide for Working Women is to see what God says about your issue. However, before diving into that, it is time for us to review what God says in His Word about His Word, for:

  1. Reviewing what He says will remind you of His love for you as He addresses issues that are affecting your heart and your everyday life.  

  2. Reviewing what He says will add confidence to your journey as He reminds you of the blessings of turning to Him and His Word.

  3. Reviewing what He says will strengthen you as you see the steps in the path leading to working through your concerns.

Although this path may be unknown, God‘s Word reassures you that He will light each step for you. Over the next month, take time to review what God wants you to know about His Word or remind you of in His Word. There are verses for you to look up, read over, meditate on, and record what God will be showing you through His Word. It might be one thing; it may be many more. Record what you feel God is revealing to you. You should write them out or copy and paste them onto a document on your computer. By writing them down, and not just reading them, you will see much more of what God wants you to know when you take the time to record what you have read in His Word.

Taking This to God in Prayer:

Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for Your love and Your Word. Forgive me when I do not turn to Your Word or forget to thank You for Your love, wisdom, advice, and guidance. As I read Your Word, please give me insight into what You want to reveal to me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Over the next month, read the following verses, write them out on paper or copy them onto your computer, and record what God reveals to you or reminds you of through His Word.

Week 1

  • Deuteronomy 8:3

  • Deuteronomy 11:18

  • 2 Samuel 22:31

  • Psalm 12:6

  • Psalm 30:5

  • Psalm 103:33

What is God revealing to me or reminding me of in these verses?

Week 2

  • Psalm 119:11

  • Psalm 119:103

  • Psalm 119:105

  • Psalm 119:130

  • Psalm 119: 160

  • Proverbs 2: 1-5

What is God revealing to me or reminding me of in these verses?

Week 3

  • Proverbs 30:6

  • Jeremiah 23:29

  • Matthew 4:4

  • Matthew 24:35

  • Luke 6:47

  • John 15:7

What is God revealing to me or reminding me of in these verses?

Week 4 

  • John 17:17

  • 1 Corinthians 2:13

  • Ephesians 6:17

  • Colossians 3:16

  • 2 Timothy 2:15

  • Hebrews 4:12

  • James 1:22

What is God revealing to me or reminding me of in these verses?

May God richly bless you as you turn to His Word and are impacted by His provision, guidance and love for you.

Bonny, Christian Women at Work


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