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  • 2 Corinthians : Finding Strength In Weakness

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    Do you despise your weaknesses? Do you hate hardships? Do you beg God to remove obstacles from your life? The apostle Paul delighted in his weaknesses, welcomed hardship as a friend and thanked God for obstacles that offered opportunities to experience God’s power. Was he crazy? In this study guide Paul Stevens shows you how this foundational Christian disciple and church leader will turn your thinking upside down! In everything Paul teaches you to rely, as he did, on God’s great promise: “My grace is sufficient for you.” (Now available in IVP’s revised LifeGuide Bible Study format, 2 Corinthians features questions for starting group discussions and for personal reflection, as well as a new “Now or Later” section following each session.)

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  • 1 Corinthians : The Challenges Of Life Together

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    Life among Christians can be great. But it can also be exasperating! The joys of fellowship in Christ too often give way to division and debate. You may find yourself drawn into arguments over such things as the correct form of worship or the proper role of charismatic gifts. Perhaps you wonder, Why don’t we get along together as we should? Or How can we recapture the unity of the early church? Surprisingly, the first Christian believers didn’t always live in harmony either! As Paul Stevens and Dan Williams lead you through this study of 1 Corinthians, you will see that the issues facing the Corinthian church are little different from the ones your church struggles with year after year. Here in 1 Corinthians is a portrait of Christian community not as it was meant to be, but as it often really is. But here too is practical advice for overcoming the challenges of life together.

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  • Revelation : The Triumph Of God

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    In every age people have felt sure that the book of Revelation described events in their time. As nations arm themselves for war, we think of Armageddon. As evil rulers grow in power, we look for the antichrist. As the powers of darkness threaten to overwhelm us, we cry, “Come, Lord Jesus!” Amid the uncertainties of our age, Revelation asures us of the triumph of God. 14 studies for individuals or groups.

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