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Millions of readers have experienced spiritual breakthroughs with the help of Neil Anderson's classic book Victory Over the Darkness. Now, in his new eight-study "Victory Series," he helps readers recognize that truth alone will not set them free. Truth must be acknowledged, experienced, and intellectually discussed in order for it to take root. Students of this study will discover who God is and who they are in Him.
The first of these studies, God's Story for You (Session 1), takes participants from Creation to Salvation in seven sessions. Believers deepen thir understanding of who God is, what a relationship with God looks like, what the Trinity is all about, and what it means to have assurance of salvation.
The study includes a small group leader's guide, along with illustrations, questions for deeper reflection and practical applications.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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In the beginning, God created heaven and earth, but He wanted something more, so He designed someone--a person in His own image. Picture the Master Potter shaping that first human form, bending, molding, and stretching this being from a lump of earth, and then breathing life into his body so that he could walk beside God.
Indeed, God had a plan for us--for you--from the very start.
In God's Story for You, Dr. Neil Anderson delves deep into God's plan for all of creation, the effects of the Fall, and the Lord's ultimate desire for redemption and reconciliation with His people. This first of eight Victory Series studies reveals the breadth of the gospel message and how you can become firmly rooted in Christ and set apart for Him. This study, with six sessions, can be used individually or in a group, and includes a leader's guide, along with illustrations and questions for deeper reflection and practical applications.
Discover who you were created to be in Christ, and how to live a liberated life . . . in Him.
Dr Dewi5 Stars Out Of 5delve into a different perspective on yourselfMarch 24, 2016Dr DewiQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Anderson wants to challenge the comfort zone and help you to appreciate God deeper, wider, fuller.
Chew long and hard
GiniBDallas, PAAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Gods Story for YouSeptember 8, 2014GiniBDallas, PAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This is the first of the Victory Series studies designed by the author as a comprehensive discipleship course (155). The series will be an eight book series by the author. This particular study is foundational and even though it seems too basic at first glance, it is not. Neither is it so difficult that it would be not be useful for its stated purpose.
This study contains six sessions that examine the Person of God as He relates to His creation. Therefore, the first session covers not only the beginnings of the story, but also the natures of God and man, why that matters, and what expectations exist between God and man. Through five different lessons that conclude with questions to consider, the reader will have a basic, yet thorough, understanding of the early interactions between God and man. The sessions that follow grow from that point forward.
The sessions depend on the scripture reading suggested and the brief couple of pages that the author supplies for the participant. As Anderson states in the introduction the VICTORY SERIES is far more than an intellectual exercise ...For the truth to transform your life, you must believe it personally and allow it to sink into your heart. (9-10). He urges the reader to live what he believes. And he assumes a student that is serious in that endeavor.
My thoughts about this book have changed as I looked into it more deeply as I mentioned earlier. Do not choose this series if you are not ready for some devoted time to think about what you have read and its application in your life. If on the other hand, growth and maturity are your goal, this series may be helpful to you. Given that caveat, I do recommend this study and this first of the series to you.
This book was provided by the publishers in exchange for my review.