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Melissa @ Breath of Life

Oooo...I wanna' go to seminary!

Holly @ Crownlaiddown

Began the morning with you on my mind. Praying for you to continue to be blessed in every way!



Me,too...Joanne & Melissa...I want to join you in seminary...thanks so much for giving us this window to view the Sanctuary in a new perspective! Blessings & learn to share more...gems are priceless!


Very cool!

My most favorite class in college was The Pentateuch. I learned SO much and my professor was just so charismatic and excited about the OT that it made me love it too! I especially love those "aha" moments when you can connect OT details to the new covenant.

So excited for you!


Ooooh! Love that about the Garden of Eden. I did Beth's "A Woman's Heart" too and I think I need to find my workbook and make a note in it for the next time.

Kim Feth

Sounds awesome! Enjoy every minute of that hard work!
Kim Feth
Apex, NC

Dedra Herod

Totally incredible! I loved the tabernacle and the symbolism sooo much that I became totally OCD about A Woman's Heart and did it 4 (yep) times... Can't wait to hear what God continues to do in your heart and mind.. :-)

Tammy S.

So glad you are enjoying seminary.

I have been looking for a new Beth Moore book. Sounds like "A Woman's Heart" might be a good one to look at.

Thanks for sharing what you have been learning with us:)

Helen at A Work of Heart

Hey Joanne,

I guess I can say ditto to all the above comments...thanks for sharing what you are learning.

I did the tabernacle study as well and I was just blown away that there is not a single detail that doesn't have purpose or meaning(there it is again...our non-wasteful God)...completely blew me away...still does. Truly there is so much that does not make sense without having the OT you of course know.

Blessings to you!

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