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Nancy Guthrie Introduces “The Son of David: Seeing Jesus in the Historical Books”

“Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” (Matthew 6:10)

What kind of king and what kind of kingdom are we asking for when we pray this prayer Jesus taught us to pray? Nancy Guthrie’s new study, The Son of David: Seeing Jesus in the Historical Books, encourages readers to see the kingdom of God not only as it once was, but also as it is now, and as it will be one day.

Over ten weeks of guided study, relevant teaching, and group discussion, Guthrie traces the history of the people of God from the time they entered the Promised Land through a series of failed kings, exile, and finally their return to await the true King. Readers will see Jesus as:

  • the greater Joshua who leads his people into rest;
  • the greater Boaz who has done all that is necessary to redeem;
  • the greater King who will sit on David’s throne forever;
  • the greater Restorer who is building his church from ruined stones.

Watch the introduction to the study as well as a few clips from the companion teaching DVD:

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June 26, 2013 | Posted in: AAA - BLOG UPDATE,Book News,Books,Kingdom of God,News & Announcements,Spiritual Growth,The Bible,Video,Video | Author: Ted Cockle @ 8:43 am | 0 Comments »

Video: Knowing the Bible Book Introductions

We asked the authors of each of our Knowing the Bible studies to provide a brief video introduction to their study. These introductions are now posted on the Knowing the Bible series website.

Mitchell Kim’s introduction to his study on Genesis:

Drew Hunter’s introduction to his study on Isaiah:

Dane Ortlund’s introduction to his study on Mark:

Justin Buzzard’s introduction to his study on John:

Jared Wilson’s introduction to his study on Romans:

 

 

May 17, 2013 | Posted in: AAA - BLOG UPDATE,Book News,Books,Discipleship,News & Announcements,Publishing,Video,Video | Author: Ted Cockle @ 8:29 am | 0 Comments »