Life Principles For Worship From the Tabernacle (Leader's Guide) (Following God: Discipleship Series)
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Detailed lesson plans and great ideas for leading a large or small group or "group of 2" are yours while you study along with Following God: Life Principles for Living God's Will. Each lesson found in the workbook is laid out as a lesson plan with all the times and important questions that will assist you in leading your group. Other important features include a "How to Lead a Small Group" section incorporating helpful insights into: dealing with causes of a poor study group, helpful hints, evaluation: becomeing a better discussion leader, and getting started: the first meeting of your Bible study group. This and many other tools are at your disposal to assist in leading your group through this study. What can a 3,000 year-old piece of history teach me about worship? What is the right way to worship God? Throughout history, God has chosen to provide a way for man to worship Him, and for nearly five hundred years, the Tabernacle was that way. Through this detailed study of the Tabernacle, you will learn that there is a right way and yet many wrong ways to worship our Creator. The purpose of this study is to invite readers to worship God in God's way through the "Object Lesson" of the Tabernacle, Jesus Christ. In the very first lesson of this book, you will observe that centuries before the Tabernacle was constructed, God taught His people about worship. You'll discover that the earthy Tabernacle and all its components hold a spiritual significance and was actually a model for the "true Tabernacle" in Heaven, where Jesus Christ is eternally worshiped as King of kings and Lord of lords. Inside these pages you'll find the interactive application sections that literally thousands have come to appreciate from the acclaimed Following God series.
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Richard Shepherd spent the last 20 years developing computer software in blue chip organizations. He is a qualified accountant and the bestselling author of "Excel VBA Macro Programming" and "Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming".
Barber is the director and keynote speaker for To Live is Christ Ministries, headquartered in Reno, NV. For 18 years he served as the Senior Pastor-Teacher of woodland Park Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN.
Rasnake served for four years as campus director of the Campus Crusade ministry at the University of Tennessee. In 1989 he left Campus Crusade to serve with Wayne Barber at Woodland Park Baptist Church as the Associate Pastor of Discipleship and training. He has been ministering in Eastern Europe in the role of equipping local believers for the past 10 years.