Storm Shelter God's Embrace in the Psalms (Member Book) (Bible Studies For Life Series)
Storm Shelter: God s Embrace in the Psalms - Bible Study Book includes a small group experience for six small group sessions, applicable Scripture, key word study, and a life application section called "Live It Out." Ever been caught...
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Storm Shelter: God s Embrace in the Psalms - Bible Study Book includes a small group experience for six small group sessions, applicable Scripture, key word study, and a life application section called "Live It Out."
Ever been caught by surprise by a rainstorm or shower? With no umbrella handy, we naturally look for some type of shelter: our car, a building, or any type of overhang that keeps the rain off of us. Life catches us by surprise too, and we immediately look for something to shelter us from the problem or uncertainty. The world can offer a variety of shelters, but they ultimately all leak. Through the Book of Psalms, we can discover that God is the only One who can truly shelter us. These six psalms show us that, when we place ourselves in God s loving embrace, we can experience shelter in the midst of any downpour. Session titles: The Shelter of God s Presence (Ps 23:1-6)The Shelter of God s Salvation (Ps 27:1-6)The Shelter of God s Forgiveness (Ps 32:1-7)The Shelter of God s Encouragement (Psalm 42:1-3,6-8; 43:3-5)The Shelter of God s Peace (Ps 46:1-11)The Shelter of God s Protection (Psalm 91:1-4,9-11,14-16)
Features: Biblically rooted and gospel-centered contentLeader material (environment, guides to questions with optional questions and activities, general leadership, etc.)Life application-based, topical studiesStreamlined experienceCommentary and word study
Benefits: Develop a greater familiarity with several psalms and learn to apply them to your lifeGet a more intimate knowledge of God as protectorFind comfort during adversityLearn how to biblically respond to circumstances like betrayal, temptation, and bitternessUse historical background provided to create greater context for spiritual growthGet biblical insight for your life today
Author: Philip Nation is the Director of Adult Ministry Publishing with LifeWay Christian Resources. He also serves as the Teaching Pastor for The Fellowship, a multisite church in Nashville, Tenn. He has served as a pastor, minister of education, and a church planter. He is also the general editor for The Mission of God Study Bible, a frequent speaker in churches and conferences, and coauthor of several books, including: Compelled: Living the Mission of God and Transformational Discipleship: How People Really Grow. Philip holds a doctor of ministry from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary."
Philip Nation is director of Ministry Development with LifeWay Research. He co-edited "The Mission of God Study Bible" and co-authored "Compelled by Love" with Ed Stetzer.ý