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ISBN #: 978-1-59387-090-4
God alone is the source of true comfort.
This 10 week study of 2 Corinthians takes an intuitive approach to the theme of God’s comfort for believers. Each lesson’s goal is to draw from a section of the letter a principle to guide the Christian’s daily life. After reading a Scripture passage, you will answer questions that have been written for both personal study and group discussion. The application questions will prompt you to think about biblical truth and its relevance to your own life.
May "the God of all comfort" use these studies in 2 Corinthians to comfort and encourage you through His Spirit, His Word, and His people. And may He make you, in turn, a comforter of others (2 Cor. 1:3-4).
Size: 5.5"x 8.5"
ISBN #: 978-1-59387-061-4
The Corinthian church was in trouble. The morally corrupt society in which those 1st century Christians were living had taken its toll on their values and thinking. We Christians of the 21st century can identify with them: the surrounding culture infiltrates our minds and weakens our commitment and testimony for Christ. Praise God that the apostle Paul’s Spirit-inspired solutions recorded in Scripture span the centuries!
This study of 1 Corinthians takes a thematic and practical approach to the book, recognizing that God’s Word is ever relevant and up-to-date as a guide to the Christian’s daily life. Each of the thirteen lessons suggests a practical action or attitude through which we may better live for God in the ungodly culture of our day.View full product details
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► Philip: “Lord, show us the Father.”
► Jesus: “He who has seen Me has seen the Father.”
Our God wants us to know Him. He sent His Son to us as “the Word,” the ultimate revelation of God to human beings. With the availability of John’s gospel, we don’t have much excuse for not knowing Him, for John records how God’s Son, in His walk on earth as the man Jesus Christ, explained and demonstrated to us the invisible God.
In this unique 10-lesson study of some of Christ’s “I am” statements, we “see” the One He came to reveal and are challenged to live in light of that knowledge.