The Scriptures of Jesus and the Early Church

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Imagine reading the Bible of Jesus, Paul and the early Church and unlocking the Scriptures that formed their faith. How would that experience grow and enrich your relationship with God?

Don’t just imagine it! Experience God’s transforming presence as you explore “The Scriptures of Jesus and the Early Church.” Often ignored, considered too confusing, or even rejected for its supposed depiction of an angry, wrathful god, the Old Testament is largely absent from our churches and personal faith today. But that absence limits our full knowledge and experience of God.

Make sense of the Old Testament and rediscover the Bible of Jesus and the early Church in this engaging and accessible study. Develop your faith, strengthen your commitment to follow Jesus, and experience the richness of God’s entire Word. Throughout 13 chapters, you’ll explore lessons like “Reading the Old Testament like Paul” and “Finding Jesus in the Old Testament,” while learning 13 practical Text Tools.

Be transformed and encouraged as you dig into the untapped potential of our Old Testament, and like Johnny Cash you’ll declare, “The more I learn, the more excited I get!”

Format:

Softcover

Pages:

150

Publisher:

Light & Life Publishing

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