2 Corinthians 1-7: True Discipleship
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2 Corinthians 1-7: True Discipleship  -     By: James Hughes

2 Corinthians 1-7: True Discipleship

Good Book Company / 2011 / Paperback

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Includes:
  • Talkabout: discussion starters
  • Investigate: inductive study questions
  • Explore More: (optional) questions that connect the text with other parts of the Bible
  • Apply sections
  • Getting Personal opportunities for each member
  • Prayer thanksgiving and requests based on the text studied.

The Leader's Guide provides historical background information, explanations of the text, guidance on how best to help uncover the truths, and extra activity ideas.

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Title: 2 Corinthians 1-7: True Discipleship
By: James Hughes
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Good Book Company
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.27 X 5.51 X 8.00 (inches)
Weight: 4 ounces
ISBN: 1906334757
ISBN-13: 9781906334758
Series: Good Book Guide
Stock No: WW334758
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Publisher's Description

Many of the problems in our churches today are the same things that the Corinthians struggled with. Problems with pride and arrogance, with misunderstanding the gospel, with thinking that the Christian life is more about health, wealth and happiness than about suffering, wrestling and persevering through difficulties to reach glory.

Just like the Corinthians, we get stuck in the here and now, and forget about eternity. Like them, we are more impressed by fame and fortune than by faithfulness to Jesus Christ. We too struggle when life gets hard, and would love life to be a prosperous bed of roses. We would love to be strong, but know that we are weak - fragile clay pots that are filled with the immense treasure of God’s grace.

So Paul’s letter speaks to us as it spoke to them - about the way of true discipleship. And the reality he paints is not for the faint-hearted. Because it involves suffering as well as comfort. It means listening to hard truth as well as receiving and enjoying forgiveness. It involves dying to ourselves and the world, as well as living for the Lord.

Use this lively guide to get to grips with what it means to live as God’s ‘new creation’ in the old creation that is passing away.

Author Bio

James is married to Kirsty and they have four children. He is the the vicar of St. Alkmund's Duffield, Derbyshire. These studies grew out of James’ conviction that Christians should get to grips with the whole of God’s Word, because God speaks to us through the whole of the Bible.

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