Life Lessons from Jesus Paperback
36 Bible Studies for Individuals or Groups
by Bill Hybels; John Ortberg;
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36 interactive Bible studies for personal and group use to understand the heart of Jesus by John Ortberg and Bill Hybels
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Life Lessons from Jesus
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When Jesus was walking the earth, everyone had a theory about who he was healer, revolutionary, king, friend, humble carpenter. But out of the vast complexity of characteristics and ideas there emerges one simple word that no one can deny: Rabbi.
These 36 Bible studies capture the heart of Jesus the Rabbi. He was a revolutionary, miracle-working, loving, powerful, divine teacher. For those whose minds are ready to be expanded, whose hearts are hungering to be touched, and whose lives are ripe for growth, John Ortberg and Bill Hybels invite people of all ages and backgrounds to pull up a chair and dig into the life lessons of Jesus captured in the Bible throughout the Gospels.
Designed for use as personal Bible study or group study, the interactive format will help readers grow in their ability to reflect the character of Jesus.
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Life Lessons from Jesus by Bill Hybels; John Ortberg was published by Zondervan in July 2014 and is our 17832nd best seller. The ISBN for Life Lessons from Jesus is 9780310820024.
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Details for Life Lessons from Jesus
|Author / Artist||Bill Hybels; John Ortberg|
|Publisher||Zondervan (July 2014)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|