Erin Davis: Welcome back to the Women of the Bible podcast. This is season one, and we are studying about Elizabeth. Hopefully you’ve heard some other episodes in this season. If you have, you know that Elizabeth’s story is contained in a single chapter of the Bible. I should say, what we know about Elizabeth is contained in a single chapter of the Bible.

We’ll talk more about what we don’t know today. This is session five. In the Bible study it’s called “The Final Chapter.” Even though it is not the final chapter of the Bible study. We’ll explore why that is.

But we are a group of ladies going through this Bible study in the Revive Our Hearts living room. I hope that you are going through this study with some friends, some ladies from your church.

I’m going through it with some friends.

I’m Erin Davis, and I’m joined by some friends. I’m going to let them introduce themselves. I always start a Bible study with a quirky question. If we were at my house, this would be my question. I would have you tell your names. I’ve got to be honest, I do that every week because I forget.

Alejandra Slemin: I see what you are doing.

Erin: It’s week five, and I should know their names. So . . . say your name . . .

Meg Honnold: I’m going to steal that; that’s helpful.

Erin: So I would say, “Say your name, and this week’s question is: I want to know about the best concert you have ever been to.” So go around the virtual living room. Tell us your name and the best concert you’ve ever been to.

Meg: I will go first. I’m Meg. I’m going to be the “cliché” younger gal of the group and say that I went to “One Direction.” It was amazing!

Erin: You’re not cliché. You are the younger!

Meg: So I had to, there was no reason not to. But it really was fantastic. It was super fun. It was all the choreographed dances, all of the hair being tossed, the girls were screaming. My sister and I went, and we did not have voices at the end of the night.

Jaquelle Crowe: My name is Jaquelle, and I wish that I could have gone to a “One Direction” concert. But I live in a place where nobody ever comes. I actually haven’t got to see many concerts. I live in Eastern Canada.

I saw this one concert. It was actually a Newsboys Manifest concert. But it was great.

Erin: I heard Newsboys back in the day.

Jaquelle: I think what was so great was this was the first stop on their tour. They were super disorganized. So they needed people to run their merch tables. So my dad ended up running Manifest, and Manifest offered to bring him cookies. And then I ended up running the Thousand Foot Crutch table. So I got a free t-shirt out of it.

Meg: That one time you were part of a concert. What a great story.

Erin: I actually asked that question because I have ulterior motives, because I have such good concert stories.

I was in Nashville on the night of the 2016 presidential election. I checked into my hotel, and they said, “Are you here for the concert?”

I said, “Who is it?” I wasn’t there for the concert. It was Stevie Nicks. So I said, “Yes, I am.” So I walked myself down to the arena by myself. Bought a ticket to Stevie Nicks, and sat there for hours. I was transported. Then I walked back to my room in downtown Nashville. Then I woke up and the President had been sited. It was a really, really good concert story.

But we’re not here to …