In this study of God's character and person, each lesson covers a truth about God's character: loving, supreme and sovereign, all-powerful, good, omniscient, all-wise, omnipresent, immutable, faithful, holy, just, and worthy to be praised. It prepares participants "to consistently lean on God," and "to know him"; it also encourages practical application of this knowledge to daily living. Women who are serious about Bible study--and the spiritual growth it can impel--will enjoy the Woman's Workshop series. You won't just sit passively and let your leader do all the work; instead, you'll complete one brief on-your-own "discovery session" each day and share your insights in the weekly group lesson. This approach demands commitment--but it also delivers results! No group? You can use this series on your own, too. Each study has built-in helps for leaders. From Zondervan.
Behold Your God is a Bible study workbook in which Myrna Alexander helps us study God's character and person. The author emphasizes that what once was appropriate for only the seminary student or theologian is essential to the faith of all believers. Behold Your God includes an introduction to Scripture verses and themes, questions with space for answers at the end of each chapter, and helps for study group leaders. 'To consistently lean on God alone, we must know Him,' and 'To know Him, we must know what He is like.' Each lesson in Behold Your God studies a particular truth about the character of God: - Love - Supreme and Sovereign - All-powerful - Good - Omniscient - All-wise - Omnipresent - Immutable - Faithful - Holy - Just - To be praised -- Behold Your God helps readers understand what God is really like and encourages practical application of this knowledge to daily living. Addressing contemporary and biblical issues, the Woman's Workshop series and the Workshop series for men and women are ideal for group or individual Bible study.
Myrna Alexander has been involved in Bible study groups for many years in Portland, OR, where her husband, Dr. Ralph Alexander, taught at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary.