Adult Bible Studies Fall 2016 Student [Large Print]: The Sovereignty of God - eBook
Adult Bible Studies Fall 2016 Student [Large Print]: The Sovereignty of God - eBook  -     By: Simon Peter Iredale
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Cokesbury
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781501829444
ISBN-13: 9781501829444

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Fall theme:
Sovereignty of God
Isaiah, Matthew, Hebrews, Revelation

This fall, lessons in Adult Bible Studies follow the theme, "Sovereignty of God." Through the visionary images of the authors of Isaiah, Hebrews, and Revelation, we come to see more clearly the sovereign nature of God. The quarter begins with a study of Isaiah's rich images of God as the one who rules the whole universe. In the Letter to the Hebrews, we see how God comes to lead humankind in the person of Jesus. The Revelation of John offers the vision of God as the beginning and end of all things. The student book writer is Simon Iredale; Bob Walker is the writer for the teacher book.

Sovereignty of God
The four lessons in this unit explore how the prophet Isaiah viewed the reign of God over the whole world as a peaceful kingdom, a mountain of God, the foundations of the earth, and in a new and everlasting covenant.

Sovereignty of Jesus
This five-lesson unit looks at the images of the reign of the resurrected Christ from the Letter to the Hebrews. These lessons help us understand Jesus as the imprint of God, the owner of a household, the great high priest, a priest forever, and the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.

Alpha and Omega
This unit develops four lessons based on the last two chapters of the Book of Revelation. John used metaphors of one who makes all things new, a vision of a New Jerusalem, a river of life, and the beginning and the end of all things to explore how God reigns.

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Author Bio

Simon Peter Iredale was born in the United Kingdom but spent his childhood in Australia. His most recent book is My Strength and My Song, a year’s reflective study of the Psalms. He was ordained in the Church of England and served as a parish priest, a hospital and prison chaplain, and a senior chaplain for the Royal Air Force and is now happily retired. He holds four degrees, including a Ph.D. in theology.

Simon lives in the British Midlands with his wife, a black cat, and three eccentric chickens. For more information about Simon and his books, go to simon-peteriredale.org.

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