Biblical Lessons: Fifty-Two Topics invites you to explore the Bible’s teachings by listening to its wisdom, digging into the meaning of selected passages, and asking how the insights gained speak to your daily challenges and joys. Robert Ridings takes his long experience in leading weekly Bible studies and applies it to crafting a collection of studies that do not shrink away from asking the hard yet vital questions that probe the alternatives one faces: “Is Christ part of my life, or is Christ my life? Do I really trust the Lord, or do I trust more in worldly things like money? Am I growing closer to God, or am I complacent?”
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This guide can work well for you if you are a Bible study leader charged with guiding a class through thirty-minute to one-hour studies. Each chapter in Biblical Lessons focuses on a particular topic, draws upon the full range of the Bible’s books for its sources of insights, and asks pointed and probing questions that help to make the connections between the truths of the Scriptures and the details of living as Christians in the midst of trying circumstances.
What’s more, the lessons can provoke deep self-examination if you desire to follow the Lord more devotedly. These lessons aim to help you embrace the truth that Christians live life to the fullest when they live faithfully in Christ.