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Joshua Inductive Bible Study

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The book of Joshua is the book of new beginnings. It is the first of the twelve historical books of the Old Testament. After forty years of wandering in the wilderness, the Lord brought His people into the Promised Land, to their inheritance, which He had prepared for them. Similarly, we too, are in need of a new beginning and God would have His children to enter in and experience the peace and rest of the Promised Land, even as we battle the enemies that still remain.
Joshua Inductive Bible Study
$12.00 (USD)  


Life Of David Inductive Bible Study

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The life of King David is given to us by the Lord in forty action packed chapters in the Old Testament. They include his rise to the throne (1Samuel 16-31), many of his most notable triumphs (2Samuel 1-10), his troubles (2Samuel 11-20) and his death (1Kings 2). Through David’s life, God reveals to us how powerfully He can work through a heart that is yielded to Him. The stories and lessons in these awesome chapters are ones that we should know well and learn from, for in them God makes known His love, strength, and plans for our lives today as we seek to follow Him in the 21st century.
Life Of David Inductive Bible Study
$12.00 (USD)  


Nehemiah Inductive Bible Study

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As we begin our study of the book of Nehemiah, we will learn invaluable lessons that will tremendously strengthen and encourage us in our walk with our Lord Jesus Christ. The book of Nehemiah is one of the best Old Testament books on the subject of our service to God. During Nehemiah’s life, he served as the cupbearer to the king, a builder of walls and a mighty servant leader of God’s people. Nehemiah’s life is an example of the biblical truth, if we are faithful in the little, God will indeed entrust much to us.
Nehemiah Inductive Bible Study
$14.00 (USD)  


Philippians Inductive Bible Study

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Philippians is a joyful letter, the happiest letter the Apostle Paul ever penned. It was written in 60–62 ad as a letter of thanks, a letter of encouragement and a reminder to the church at Philippi of the joy and rejoicing found in the Lord Jesus Christ. Philippi was the first city on the continent of Europe in which the gospel of Jesus Christ was ever preached (Acts 16). The Lord used a night vision to reveal to Paul that he should go to Macedonia. The church began with the conversion of Lydia, a demon-possessed girl, and a jailer and his family. It is easy to forget, when reading this letter, that Paul was in Rome under house arrest while he was writing, yet we hear no complaining, no bitterness, and no resentment — just rejoicing!
Philippians Inductive Bible Study
$12.00 (USD)