Bible students sometimes run across troublesome passages that are difficult to understand and put into practice, but are significant to Christian growth and discipleship.
This study tackles Scriptures not normally studied from a discipleship viewpoint. An ideal guide for classes that seek short-term, flexible resources, since units can be studied in any order and class members can rotate teaching. 23 sessions (separate study book #061733)
Session titles:
What Is the "Image of God" in Which We Are Created? (Genesis 1:26-31) Why Did God Choose Abel and Not Cain? (Genesis 4:1-16) What Is the Sabbath Day, and How Should I Observe It? (Deuteronomy 5:12-15) Does God Cause the Events of History? (Ezra 1:1-4) How Does God's Time Relate to Our Time? (Psalm 90) Are Our Lives Predetermined? (Psalm 139:13-18) What Does the Bible Teach About Wisdom? (Proverbs 9:1-12) Did Isaiah (and the Other Prophets) Know Jesus Christ Was Coming? (Isaiah 9:2-7) How Perfect Do I Need to Be? (Matthew 5:48) What Is the Sin That Can Never Be Forgiven? (Matthew 12:31-32) Did God Forsake Jesus on the Cross? (Mrk 15:33-37) What Happened in the Transfiguration of Jesus? (Luke 9:28-36) How Much Faith Is Enough? (Luke 17:5-6) Where Is the Kingdom of God? (Luke 17:20-21) How Much Schould I Give to the Church? (Luke 21:1-4) Are Christians Really Supposed to Share All Their Possessions? (Acts 4:32-37) How Can I Be Worthy Enough to Receive Holy Communion? (1 Corinthians 11:17-34) How Important Is Belief in an Afterlife? (1 Corinthians 15:12-20) What Is the Resurrection of the Body? (1 Corinthians 15:35-57) Should I Expect Ecstatic Experiences? (2 Corinthians 12:1-10) How Inclusive Should the Church Be? (Galatians 3:23-29) What Is the Antichrist? (1 John 2:18-25) What Will Heaven Be Like? (Revelation 21:1-7)

separate Student book
23 sessions / 45-60 minutes