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Each participant of the Covenant Bible Study needs a book for each 8-week module in which they participate and a Bible, preferably the CEB Study Bible. If you plan on participating in all three modules, then this handy single volume set is what you need. It contains a Participant Guide for each of the three modules: Creating, Living and Trusting.
Each Episode in the Covenant Bible Study focuses on a specific theme and has a Bible reading for 6 days of the week and a Group Meeting Experience on Day 7. The participant guides each cover eight weeks and have lay flat bindings, making it easy to take notes in the generous space provided on each page.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2017
Series: Covenant Bible Study
Getting Started With The Bible: How To Read And Understand The BibleJohn HoldsworthCanterbury Press / Trade Paperback$18.74
Know Your Bible: All 66 Books Explained and AppliedPaul KentBarbour Publishing / 2008 / Mass Paperback$1.00 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 1004 Reviews
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Covenant Bible Study guides small groups through a comprehensive, in-depth study of the whole Bible over twenty-four sessions broken into three eight-session modules. Unlike the learning participants may have experienced in other groups, this study emphasizes the biblical concept of covenant as a unifying theme through both the Old and New Testaments. It underscores the unique relationship that God chooses to have with us as Gods people. This relationship is grounded in the faithfulness of Gods love and on our ongoing commitment to stay in relationship with God while we share signs of God's love with others.
Each Covenant Bible Study participant needs a Participant Guide and a Bible. The CEB Study Bible is preferred, but not required.
The Participant Guide walks study participants through the daily scripture readings and offers space to interact personally with the readings, the group experience, and the weekly meditations. This single volume Participant Guide contains the materials required for all three modules: Creating, Living and Trusting.
Creating: God establishes the covenant to be in relationship with us. This first module, Creating the Covenant, examines how the covenant community is created and established, by focusing on several books of the Bible.
It discusses the story of our origins in Genesis, the Exodus narrative, the teachings of Moses, the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, as well as other books from each Testament that focus on the foundation of Christian faith. In doing so, it lays out the framework for a life lived in concert with God and others.
Living: Living within the covenant translates into actioninto how we behave in our everyday lives. Thats why the second module, Living the Covenant, focuses on how the community lives out the covenant in faithful lovehow it is applied to actual relationships in daily life.
The scripture readings included in these episodes examine the practical challenges of faithful covenant life. Participants explore leadership challenges among tribal chieftains, kings and prophets, and spiritual and political crises. They look for practical wisdom and guidance in the teachings of Israels sages, the letters of Paul, and more. By demonstrating how people of vastly different cultures came together in a common purpose, the study shows how faithful love is the root of the covenant life.
Trusting: Life often presents significant challenges. Difficulties are inevitable. Thats why the final module, Trusting the Covenant, looks at the crises that sometimes call covenant life into question, and how we are restored to trust in God when troubling things happen. It how hope is restored by faithfulness in the midst of suffering. From the story of Job, to the Hebrew exile, to the apocalyptic visions in Daniel and Revelation, we learn how God's faithful love is at work in everythingto restore hope, freedom, and wholeness to our lives.