Transformed by the Love of the Father Paperback
by Liz Babbs;
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A study guide for groups and individuals, Liz Babbs' new book explores the sheer power of the Love of God in our lives.
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Transformed by the Love of the Father
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Perfect for groups and individual use, each of the six sessions include:
- Thought starters
- Opening and closing prayers
- Eye opener sections
- Bible readings
- Discussion starters
- Contextual background
- Further reflections.
Following Transformed by the Presence of Jesus and Transformed by the Holy Spirit, this new study guide from Liz Babbs explores key Bible characters like Adam and Eve, Abraham, David, Elijah and the Prodigal Son.
Through six dynamic studies, readers will be encouraged to experience the transforming love of the Father just as those in the Bible once did.
Transformed by the Love of the Father by Liz Babbs was published by CWR in May 2016 and is our 4751st best seller. The ISBN for Transformed by the Love of the Father is 9781782595014.
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Study One: The Holiness of the Father (Genesis 3:1-24)
Study Two: The Faithfulness of the Father (Genesis 22:1-19)
Study Three: The Love of the Father (Psalm 139)
Study Four: The Forgiveness of the Father (Luke 15:11-32)
Study Five: The Provision of the Father (1 Kings 19:1-18)
Study Six: The Fellowship of the Father (John 15:1-17)
Details for Transformed by the Love of the Father
|Page last updated||21st March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Liz Babbs|
|Publisher||CWR (May 2016)|
|Number of Pages||72|