Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide Paperback
How God Commissioned Unexpected People in the Bible and What He Wants to Do with You
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Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide
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Samson, who killed an army with a donkey's jawbone
James, who grew up as the brother of the Messiah
These are fascinating people whose stories are woven through history and the Bible. They show us God at work in unexpected ways and numerous cultures. They each reveal another little piece of His great plan.
But how do they affect my life?
If John MacArthur's Twelve Unlikely Heroes presents intimate portraits of these individuals, this study guide is the bridge between those portraits and our daily lives. Commentary and poignant questions bring the points home with unflinching candor, urging us toward a deeper walk with the One who has written all our stories.
Rewind look again at important passages
Rethink check all the angles
Reflect consider how it affects you
React change your life
John MacArthur, author of many bestsellers that have touched millions of lives, is a pastor at Grace Community Church, the president of Masters College and Seminary, and president of Grace to You.
Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide by John MacArthur was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2012 and is our 15590th best seller. The ISBN for Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide is 9781400204106.
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Hi, can you please give a list of the 12 characters explored in this study guide?
The following 12 people are featured in this book;
Enoch, Joseph, Miriam, Gideon, Samson, Jonathan, Jonah, Esther, John the Baptist, James, Mark and Onesimus
Details for Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide
|Page last updated||3rd January 2013|
|Author / Artist||John MacArthur|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2012)|
|Number of Pages||128|