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Rose Visual Bible Studies
These Bible studies are packed with full-color visuals that show key information at a glance! With their easy-to-use format - read it, know it, explore it, and live it - these 6-week inductive studies are perfect for gaining deeper insight into God's Word.
Capitalizing on the recognized excellence of Rose's visual elements, Rose Visual Bible Studies are packed with charts, graphs, images, and fascinating facts. These Bible studies are easy enough that the new believer understands, but in-depth enough that the longtime churchgoer still comes away learning something new. Features include:
Short, concise lessons for people with busy lives, as well as an optional reading plan for people with more time who want to go deeper.
Leader's guide is contained within each study guide, so no extra book purchase is required.
Discussion questions for each session and lots of space for writing.
The Armor of God - This study provides historically accurate background of a Roman centurion’s armor, then draws vital correlations to the spiritual armor God gives his children: the Belt of Truth, the Breastplate of Righteousness, Feet Prepared with the Gospel of Peace, the Shield of Faith, the Helmet of Salvation, and the Sword of the Spirit. Helps those you teach learn to "stand firm in the faith."
The Tabernacle - Learn how the sacrifices, tabernacle items, and even the structure of the tabernacle were designed to show us something about God. In this useful resource, see the parallels between the Old Testament sacrifices and priestly duties and Jesus’ service as the perfect sacrifice and perfect high priest.
The Life of Paul - An archenemy of the early Christians who became a great Christian missionary and the author of thirteen books in the New Testament. Paul's letters speak profoundly to us centuries later as the inspired word of God. The study brings to life the struggles and circumstances of Paul’s life, his courage in the face of persecution, and his relentless mission to spread the good news of Jesus.
The Book of James - This informative introduction to the book of James summarizes the main themes of temptation and spiritual maturity, controlling the tongue, patience in prayer, and faith in action. Helpful charts summarize the dangers to believers, responses that lead to maturity, and spiritual benefits of perseverance.