Old Testament Characters (Lifeguide Bible Study Series)
LIFEGUIDE inductive studies offer a careful blend of Scriptural study and personal application - with flexible formats, extra notes on tough Bible passages, and plenty of helps and hints for leaders. Written by respected Christian authors and packed with thought-provoking...
Available Now.50+ Available
You may also like
LIFEGUIDE inductive studies offer a careful blend of Scriptural study and personal application - with flexible formats, extra notes on tough Bible passages, and plenty of helps and hints for leaders. Written by respected Christian authors and packed with thought-provoking reflection and discussion questions, these workbooks are ideal for small groups and personal study.
Getting the Most From Old Testament Characters1. Jonah: Running from God - Jonah 1:1--3:32. Hannah: Praying in Pain - 1 Samuel 13. Samuel: Hearing God's Voice - 1 Samuel 34. Abraham: Following God's Call - Genesis 125. Caleb & Joshua: Overcoming the Impossible - Numbers 13:26--14:106. Elijah: Knowing God's Power - 1 Kings 18:16-407. Achan: Sin in the Community - Joshua 78. King Saul: Doing Almost All of God's Will - 1 Samuel 15:1-239. Daniel: Tempted to Compromise - Daniel 110. Esther: Saying Yes to God - Esther 411. David: Loving Your Enemy - 1 Samuel 2412. Moses: Seeking Justice - Exodus 2:11-25Leader's Notes
We're updating and revising our bestselling LifeGuides to make them even more effective for small group Bible study!^New features of the revised LifeGuides include special options for group activities, additional questions for personal reflection, a "Now or Later" section with practical follow-up activities for use after the study or between sessions, expanded and improved leaders' notes and an attractive, redesigned format for easier reading.^Beginning with the new guides Miracles and Pleasing God (released in February 1999), all new LifeGuides will be presented in the new format. In addition more existing volumes will be revised every year to ensure that all our LifeGuides continue to be effective Bible study resources for the twenty-first century.^Abraham gives us an unforgettable portrait of faith. Daniel is a classic example of holiness. And through her willingness to risk her own life, Esther shows us what commitment means. Studying these lives helps us live in the present by learningfrom examples of the past.
Abraham is an unforgettable portrait of faith. Daniel is a classic example of holiness. And through her willingness to risk her own life, Esther shows us what commitment means. This Bible study introduces you to twelve remarkable lives described in the Old Testament. The stories of these people from the ancient past can help you learn to live well even today.
Pete Scazzero (M Div, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) has received widespread recognition for building a large, multi-cultural, multi-racial church, with more than fifty-five nations represented, in America's most ethnically diverse neighborhood. In 1987, Pete and Geri Scazzero founded New Life Fellowship, a flagship congregation for an association of churches. Today the movement includes five different congregations across New York City (four in English, one in Spanish), and two overseas (Dominican Republic and Colombia).
- :getting The Most From <em>old Testament Characters</em>
- 1. Jonah: Running From God - <em>jonah 1:1--3:3</em>
- 2. Hannah: Praying In Pain - <em>1 Samuel 1</em>
- 3. Samuel: Hearing God's Voice - <em>1 Samuel 3</em>
- 4. Abraham: Following God's Call - <em>genesis 12</em>
- 5. Caleb & Joshua: Overcoming The Impossible - <em>numbers 13:26--14:10</em>
- 6. Elijah: Knowing God's Power - <em>1 Kings 18:16-40</em>
- 7. Achan: Sin In The Community - <em>joshua 7</em>
- 8. King Saul: Doing Almost All Of God's Will - <em>1 Samuel 15:1-23</em>
- 9. Daniel: Tempted To Compromise - <em>daniel 1</em>
- 10. Esther: Saying Yes To God - <em>esther 4</em>
- 11. David: Loving Your Enemy - <em>1 Samuel 24</em>
- 12. Moses: Seeking Justice - <em>exodus 2:11-25</em>
- Leader's Notes