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Our Purposeful, Powerful Savior Mark shows you Jesus Christ in action--a purposeful, powerful individual who addressed the personal needs of those he encountered and brought hope to hungry groups, demonstrating compassion and supernatural power over sin. As you study Mark's account of Jesus in action, you will begin to see how God can be active in you, in your church, and in your community. 16 sessions for individuals or groups Fisherman Bible Studyguides include: . Penetrating questions that generate
Bring Hope, Faith, and Love to Your Relationships. The biblical character of Ruth was striking in her capacity to bring life to her relationships. Even in the midst of tragedy and difficulty, her presence blessed and influenced friends and strangers in her community, the man she grew to love, her children, and her in-laws. This six-week Fisherman Bible Studyguide uses Ruth's story to help you reflect on your own relationships and the ways in which God might be inviting you to move different ways--ways that
Words to Live By The world keeps changing, but our most important needs stay the same - our need for work and discipline, for perspective in good and bad times, for the ability to think through our words and actions, and for the practice of integrity, wisdom, and kindness. The sayings collected in the book of Proverbs gave practical handles to these matters thousands of years ago, and their wisdom is still refreshing and helpful today. 12 Studies For Individuals or Groups Fisherman Bible Studyguides offer:
Fisherman Bible Studyguides have been a trusted name in Bible study for almost thirty years. With outstanding authors, an emphasis on personal growth, and over eighty titles, the Fisherman guides offer a breadth and depth of biblical study not found in any other series. Fisherman are written with a commitment to the unique authority of the Bible in our lives. Nondenominational, nonsectarian, and suitable for new Christians and mature Christians, Fisherman have a broad appeal with a biblical base. Song of
Fisherman Bible Studyguides have been a trusted name in Bible study for almost thirty years. With outstanding authors, an emphasis on personal growth, and over eighty titles, the Fisherman guides offer a breadth and depth of biblical study not found in any other series. Fisherman are written with a commitment to the unique authority of the Bible in our lives. Nondenominational, nonsectarian, and suitable for new Christians and mature Christians, Fisherman have a broad appeal with a biblical base. In
Product Description Living as a Christian in today's fast-paced world involves endless lifestyle decisions. What does it mean to live distinctively? How can we have good self-esteem and still cultivate Christlike humility? Are some sins worse than others? How should we view the pursuit of material things? These eight Bible studies, along with thought-provoking insights from best-selling author John White, will provide a biblical basis for living with Christian priorities.
MEN LIKE US: ORDINARY MEN, EXTRAORDINARY GOD is part of the Fisherman Bible Studyguides specifically dealing with issues contemporary men face; materialism, time pressure, godly fathering, keeping marriages strong, and establishing priorities, which were also faced by men in biblical times such as Barnabas, Caleb, Cornelius, Peter, and others. These Bible characters are much like men today. Their failures and weaknesses are not covered up; rather, God's grace transforms them as men today can be transformed.
Product Description This study addresses two basic questions: does God really guide people, and how do we balance God's will for us with daily circumstances, personal inclinations, and the advice of friends? Searching the life of Paul, the study exposes principles which apply to daily life. The first three segments deal with God's will; 4-5, the Holy Spirit's guidance; studies 6-10, God's guidance and personal preference, good sense, circumstances, counsel, and sovereignty; 11-12, trusting God
Product Description This study of PHILIPPIANS presents the meaning of joy from Paul, who faced head-on all the troubles of the world-super- natural evil as well as human misunderstanding, sickness, abandonment, persecution, imprisonment, doubt, despair-and still could say "Rejoice in the Lord always!" at the end of each study is a section titled "Focus on Joy." This booklet is part of the FISHERMAN'S BIBLE STUDY GUIDES, with almost 60 book, character, topical, or core studies to choose from. Ea
Product Description The Psalms are songs--music that our spirits sing to the Creator. They are poems--full of vibrant imagery and strong rhythms. They are prayers--our deepest emotions expressed to the Lord who feels with us. Most importantly--the Psalms are God's Word to us, revealing the truth about him and our relationship with him. In these studies Ron Klug leads us into an exploration of the Psalms and the intimate, personal knowledge that can grow between a person and the God who created
Product Description A Fisherman Bible Study Guide: 12 Studies for Individuals or Groups. Rejection, overwhelming responsibilities, doubts, grief, anger. These are areas of struggle for all of us. This study guide explores 11 challenges common to people in the Bible -- and to us. By observing how these biblical characters brought their fears and frustrations to God, you can receive help and hope to do the same, and discover again that God's character and presence offer constant strength in any d
Product Description We were born to worship, yet we often feel inadequate to approach an almighty God. These studies will help you understand what the Scriptures teach about worshiping "in spirit and truth." You'll discover that in a real sense, all of life is worship. And worhsip is the one activity of our lives that will last forever! Includes 13 lessons. Harold Shaw Publishers.
Hunt,Paperback - REVISED,Series: Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series, English-language edition,Pub by The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group on 03-07-2000
Simple Stories Packed with MeaningJesus, the Master Teacher, was a superb storyteller. Rather than abstract doctrinal teachings, he spoke to his followers in lively discourses full of illustrations, metaphors, and stories. Through the images of seeds and soils, sheep, coins, and weddings, Jesus introduces us to God's kingdom, its principles, and the people who live in it. As you work through these studies, listen for Christ's clear and authoritative voice, speaking to you about vital spiritual
Live a Conspicuously Christian Life. The book of Romans is widely regarded as one of the most influential writings of all time. The foundational document of Paul's theology, Romans shaped Church history through men like Augustine, Luther, Bunyan, and Wesley--leaders who were profoundly affected by its teachings. It continues to change millions of lives today. Exploring the beloved book of Scripture that preaches life in Christ, exhorts us in our present sufferings, and promises we are "more than
Here is a study guide that deals head-on with contemporary issues women face--singleness, sancity of life, infertility, caring for aging parents, materialism, and the role of women in marriage and ministry.
What Do We Really Know About Angels? What--or who--are angels? Where did they come from, and what is their purpose? What is their relationship to us as human beings? This studyguide explores the numerous Bible passages that reveal the services these heavenly beings perform, the part they play in spiritual warfare, and how they differ from other beings in God's created order. Most importantly, you'll learn to see angels in the fuller context of God's presence, glory, and eternal purposes.
Fisherman Bible Studyguides have been a trusted name in Bible study for almost thirty years. With outstanding authors, an emphasis on personal growth, and over eighty titles, the Fisherman guides offer a breadth and depth of biblical study not found in any other series. Fisherman are written with a commitment to the unique authority of the Bible in our lives. Nondenominational, nonsectarian, and suitable for new Christians and mature Christians, Fisherman have a broad appeal with a biblical base. King
Help for Life's Struggles from Bible Heroes Who've Been There. Throughout Scripture, we see evidence that God's people faced the same challenges we do today. From rejection to depression, facing overwhelming responsibilities to wrestling with doubts, these heroes of the faith shared the pain, frustration, and hopes that are common to modern day believers. By observing how biblical characters like Moses, Joshua, Daniel, Peter, and Paul, brought their fears and frustrations to God, we can learn to do the
To be rich in friends is true wealth! These studies focus on the treasure of good relationships. Here you will find vivid profiles of friends in the Bible like Jonathan and David, Ruth and Naomi, Barnabas, Abraham, and Jesus-the preeminent Friend and Brother.
Find Reality in Jesus Christ God's people in the Old Testament experienced only shadows of the truth about sin and salvation; their perception was dim and incomplete. But Jesus, with his once-for-all perfect sacrifice, brings the blurred shadows into focus and allows us crystal-clear understanding of God's reality. In showing us the way to please God, the writer to the Hebrews contrasts Old Testament sacrifices with the abundant, life-changing grace available in Jesus Christ. 13 sessions for individuals or
Have you ever been troubled about the relationship between God's love and his justice? How should a Christian's lifestyle relate to the people around him? How do we deal with the realization that God's perspective and ours do not agree? Jonah, Habakkuk, and Malachi encountered many confusing questions and issues. And just as God confronted them, he brings us face to face with the holiness of his character, the breadth of his perspective and love, and the kind of responsible living he desires for his people.
None of us knows what the future holds. But in the midst of our uncertainty, God offers us real hope, a confidence in the certainty of who he is. This guide looks at the Christian's daily and eternal hope in Christ, reminding us that no matter how bad or good things are now, something far more awesome is on the way for God's people.
Paul's letters are full of love, concern, and instruction for His readers--perhaps these letters to the Thessalonians have your name on them as well!
God has always commissioned his people to be a blessing and witness to others. This studyguide will enable you to see the world through God's eyes and will motivate you to get involved in the awesome and joyful task of worldwide outreach.
Ready for Battle Many of us are familiar with the term “spiritual warfare” but have trouble knowing where to find scriptural guidance on this topic. The Bible is clear that all of us are engaged in battle. The Bible also teaches that perspective is the key to focusing on eternal issues without letting go of the realities of living on earth. This study guide offers a balanced perspective on the scope of spiritual warfare, what battle attitudes we should have, and how we can face spiritual conflict without