The God Who Cares and Knows You: John

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Harvest House Publishers, Feb 1, 2008 - Religion - 160 pages
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Kay Arthur's life-changing New Inductive Study Series has sold more than 1.2 million copies. This exciting series brings readers face-to-face with the truth of God's precepts, promises, and purposes--in just minutes a day. Ideal for individual study, one-on-one discipleship, group discussions, and quarterly classes. With this inductive study of the Gospel of John, readers will discover the God who longs for His people to deeply know Him. As they learn to observe, interpret, and apply the text themselves, readers will come to a fresh understanding of God's incredible love and intimate knowledge of them, and the assurance that they can trust Him to lead and guide their lives with mercy and grace.
 

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Great study!

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Inductive Bible Study methods such as those written by Kay Arthur are invaluable and I think, one of the only ways to study the Bible and know it for yourself. Read full review

Easy Bible study with great application blessings

User Review  - Grammylvs5 - Christianbook.com

Even if you have never done an inductive Bible study before this format takes you through the process very gently and it can be a great blessing to study and learn the truth for yourself. Self ... Read full review

Contents

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5
II
13
III
15
IV
23
V
31
VI
51
VII
65
VIII
79
X
103
XI
113
XII
121
XIII
133
XIV
143
XV
153
XVI
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Kay Arthur is a four-time Gold Medallion award-winning author and beloved international Bible teacher. Kay reaches more than 80 million people daily through radio and TV and countless more through the Internet as the featured teacher on Precepts for Life. She and her husband, Jack, founded Precept Ministries International in 1970. Today Precept teaches people in 150 countries and nearly 70 languages how to discover truth for themselves.

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