How can it be Sunday again already!? Here’s your chance to do a bit of catch-up!
You’ve been learning new skills over the past month (if this is your first Busy Mamas Bible study).
Look at verse 3 today and decide how you want to study it.
Will you use the interlinear to study words?
Will you look at cross-references?
Will you get adventuresome and try out something new on Blue Letter Bible? It’s not hard to click a different option in the “Tools” menu and do some of your own exploring.
How about drawing some illustrations for verse 3? A quick search in Google Images for “snare of the fowler” will give you all sorts of ideas for what to draw!
- You might also choose to read this helpful sermon, The Snare of the Fowler, by Charles Spurgeon.
- Share what you’ve learned with the rest of the ladies on the Facebook group page!
For your children:
- Read Psalm 91:3 and discuss how Satan seeks to trap us in sin.
He conceals his temptations so we don’t realize the seriousness of what we are about to do, just as a hunter hides himself and his traps.
He tailors his temptations to strike the unique weaknesses each of us has, like a hunter who studies his prey and targets its unique traits and appetites.
How does a duck hunter operate? What does he wear? Where does he hide himself? How does he attract ducks?
Would he use different tactics and weapons to hunt a wild turkey or a pheasant? (You may need to do some research or talk to some hunters.)
- The children might enjoy illustrating Satan’s techniques with an afternoon of setting playful traps to catch each other — setting out candy to lure those with a sweet tooth, creating a “trap” that drops down when someone opens a door, etc.