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Hebrews: Standing Firm in Christ (13-Lesson Study) (Reformed Expository Bible Study Guides Series)

Paperback|Mar 2020
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:How do we stand firm in faith? Throughout the ages, Christians have experienced persecution, spiritual apathy, and suffering of all kinds. The book of Hebrews captures our deep struggles, and, with a message of hope and warning, points us to...


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:How do we stand firm in faith? Throughout the ages, Christians have experienced persecution, spiritual apathy, and suffering of all kinds. The book of Hebrews captures our deep struggles, and, with a message of hope and warning, points us to the surpassing supremacy of Jesus Christ. Designed for groups and individuals, this Reformed Expository Bible Study gives users the resources they need to delve into God's Word and understand and apply it for themselves, leading to biblical transformation. Background information and commentary lay the groundwork before readers observe and analyze the Scripture text. Each of the thirteen lessons makes connections to the rest of the Bible and to Reformed theology before concluding with a section for personal application and a prayer prompt.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 565231
  • Product Code 9781629957555
  • ISBN 1629957550
  • EAN 9781629957555
  • Pages 120
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Studies
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher P&r Publishing
  • Publication Date Mar 2020
  • Sales Rank 28267
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 7mm

Jon Nielson

Jon Nielson is senior pastor of Spring Valley Presbyterian Church in Roselle, Illinois, and the author of Bible Study: A Student's Guide. He has served in pastoral positions at Holy Trinity Church, Chicago and College Church, Wheaton, Illinois, and as director of training for the Charles Simeon Trust.