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This is the Participant’s Guide that accompanies The Miracles of Jesus 6-Session DVD (sold separately).

Deepen your understanding of the New Testament and build on what you already know with this 6-session study, which cover six of Jesus’ most well-known miracles. Each DVD session (DVD sold separately) lasts approximately 30 minutes and offers historical and cultural background information from top scholars and professionals. The DVD also offers a free downloadable leader’s guide.

From the healing of lepers to turning water into wine, many studies focus on how miracles demonstrate God’s power. But this study takes it a step further showing how each miracle reveals God’s character, the kingdom of God, and his love for you.

This is unlike any other Bible study—it includes more scholars, more pictures, and more opportunities to see what Bible places look like today! Each session of this DVD study begins with a short guided walkthrough of the places Jesus walked to help you experience the historical context like never before.

Features:
  • Journey to relevant locations like the bustling marketplaces of Jerusalem, fertile vineyards, and the Sea of Galilee as you dive deeper into well-known Bible passage.
  • Enjoy getting easy-to-understand commentary from top professors and experts from Biola, Wheaton, Talbot, and more!
  • Discover incredible historical insights that will deepen your understanding of these familiar stories. Did you know that the title “Son of David” is always referenced with healing in the Gospel of Matthew?
  • Includes optional audio reading and a flexible structure design to facilitate group discussion.
  • Perfect for small groups, Bible studies, or personal use. With the Leader’s Guide included with the DVD, you don’t have to be an expert to lead this study.
This Participant’s Guide outlines each video teaching with room for notes, and includes photos, maps, additional information, and a five-day personal Bible study guide after each lesson.

Product Details

Published:
Binding:
Softcover
Pages:
144
ISBN:
978-1-62862-431-1