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New Testament : Bible Study Guides (11 Books)

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Luke 1-12: The kingdom has come

Mike McKinley brings us face to face with Jesus in a way that is fresh and compelling for both experienced and new readers of the first twelve chapters of Luke’s Gospel.

Features close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application and questions that really open up discussion. Plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.

John 1–12: Life to the full

Josh Moody walks groups through the first half of John’s Gospel, showing how the “seven signs” give us a glimpse of the fullness of life the Word became flesh to offer.
Featuring close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application and questions that really open up discussion. Plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.

John 13-21: The place of greatest glory

Where is God’s glory most clearly seen? And how are we changed by glimpsing that glory?

In these eight Bible studies for small groups, Josh Moody brings groups to gaze at the place of greatest glory—the wooden cross and the empty tomb.
Featuring close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application and questions that really open up discussion. Plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.

Acts 1-12: The Church is Born

Albert Mohler guides groups through the first half of the book of Acts, showing how the ascension of Christ, the coming of the Spirit, and the birth and growth of the church shapes our lives and mission today.

Features close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application, and questions that really open up discussion. Plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.

Romans 1-7: The gift of God

These seven Bible studies on the first seven chapters of Romans by Timothy Keller show us why and how we can be made right with God.

We want to be right in the eyes of the law of our land, of those we respect, of our loved ones, of those we work with. We strive to gain and then keep this right standing.
But there is another, far better and more important righteousness. A righteousness which changes and liberates every aspect of our lives, and yet which none of us can earn or maintain ourselves.

It’s a righteousness from God.

Romans 1–7 is all about that righteousness. It shows us why we don’t have it, why we need it, and how we can receive it. It thrills us that “the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6 v 23).

These seven studies will help you to understand one of the most-read, most written-about parts of the Bible. And, as they enable you to you unwrap God’s precious gift of right standing with him, they’ll transform your hearts, lives, identities and perspectives.

For use with individuals or groups.

Leader’s Guide included.

Galatians: Gospel matters

Seven Bible studies by Timothy Keller that will excite Christians about the gospel, and help them apply it to every aspect of their lives.

The Galatian church was torn between the view that their efforts saved them, and the gospel, which told them that it was Christ’s work, not theirs, that mattered. The choice still confronts us today making this a hugely relevant and exciting book to study. These Bible studies are ideal for use in small groups but can also be used for individual study.

Gospel Matters is designed to work alongside Galatians for You, Timothy Keller’s expository guide to Galatians. His clarity and insight will help anyone exploring this wonderful epistle.

Timothy Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, Chairman of Redeemer City to City and best-selling author.

Ephesians: God’s Big Plan for Christ’s New People

Read a review from the guys at The Gospel Coalition.

“Why should I be a member of a local church? I’m a part of the body of Christ. Isn’t that enough?”

An increasing number of people think of the Christian faith primarily in terms of themselves as individuals. Faith is not only a personal but also a private matter. For these believers, church has become an optional extra, a matter of convenience and personal choice.

In his letter to the Ephesians, the apostle Paul says a firm “no” to this idea. The church of Christ far from being an optional extra; it is the display of God’s wisdom to the universe! The church is God’s handiwork, made up of people from every conceivable background, living under the gracious rule of Jesus himself. To be a part of the church is to be hand-selected by God through Christ to make visible the mystery of God’s electing love.

In short, Christianity is far more corporate and public than we might first expect. We are redeemed as individuals, but we are placed in a family. And living out the Christian life requires we live together with others who love the same Lord. It requires we actively participate in the church, for the church is God’s only plan to raise us to full maturity in Jesus Christ.

“Ephesians is one of the most beautiful books in the Bible,”  said. “The symmetry between rich theology and applied living can hardly be matched. So, if a Christian wants to think carefully about what he/she believes and then walk out their beliefs, Ephesians is an excellent book to study. I also love the book because of the honored place the book gives to the local church. If we would be healthy Christians, we would be wise to build our lives around the kind of church that emerges from the book of Ephesians.”

The ten studies in this Good Book Guide will help groups and individuals discover the richness of God’s grace towards His people, and grow as the body of Christ.

Colossians: Confident Christianity

It happens all the time… People who start out well as Christians can end up light-years from the gospel of Jesus Christ, caught up in weird and not-so-wonderful cults, movements and traditions.

They may still talk about Jesus, but their focus has shifted from the fundamental truths of who He is and what He has done to other things: rituals, rapturous experiences, morality, or an intense engagement with ideas and schools of thought. These other things become the focus of our Christianity. It seems that Jesus Christ and His saving death are no longer enough…
This kind of teaching was the reason Paul wrote his letter to the Colossian church. He recognized the fall-out of ‘moving on’ from the gospel – we become unsure of God’s forgiveness because it no longer depends solely on Jesus; we become proud of what we do; and ultimately, these new spiritualities completely fail to deliver the new life that they promise.

Undoubtedly, Christians today face the same danger. These six studies can help us resist the fine-sounding arguments enticing us to add to what Jesus has done. Only if we are convinced about the true identity of Christ, and certain that He alone is all we need to grow, will we mature into confident Christians.

The six studies in this Good Book Guide will help groups and individuals find the way to achieve true Christian growth into confidence and fruitfulness.

1 Thessalonians: Living to please God

Do you feel like an ordinary Christian? Not especially gifted or knowledgeable. Does anyone really notice your faith? Does any of it matter? Time to take a look at the Thessalonians.

When this group of ordinary first-century pagans believed in Jesus Christ, they changed so dramatically that many others across the Roman world were imitating their faith, hope and love.
The apostle Paul, thrilled to see their vibrant Christian lives, recorded his delight in this lovely warm letter, packed with advice and encouragement to keep going. This was a transformation that would change lives, cultures and destinies far beyond first century Macedonia.

Learn through this Good Book Guide how an unremarkable, pointless existence can be transformed into lives marked by an unshakeable faith, overflowing love and sensational hope. It is this kind of life that ordinary Christians like you are called to. So that, in the our world of suffering, hostility and trials we will be blameless and holy when our Lord Jesus comes.

James: Genuine faith

Many churches, and many believers, long for a deeper, more whole-hearted Christian life. But what does that look like? James wrote his letter to show us.

This deeply practical book of the Bible shows us what genuine faith looks like. These six sessions will reveal to groups and individuals how to experience joy in hardships, patience in suffering, and whole-heartedness in how you speak, act and pray.
For use with groups or individuals. Leader’s Guide included. Can be used alongside Sam’s James For You expository guide.

1 Peter: Living well on the way home

The Christian life, lived well, is not easy. That’s because we don’t belong in this world. Peter writes to churches who were being increasingly marginalized and misunderstood by their surrounding culture—to churches just like ours. Yet he did not tell them to retreat, but to keep journeying on, and to do so not with gritted teeth but with joy and hope.
These six sessions will inspire and equip you to live in that same way as you journey home.

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Dr R. Albert Mohler Jr, Josh Moody, Juan Sanchez, Mark Meynell, Mark Wallace, Mike McKinley, Sam Allberry, Thabiti M. Anyabwile, Timothy Keller

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