Unfolding Grace Study Guide: A Guided Study through the Bible

By Drew Hunter

Unfolding Grace Study Guide: A Guided Study through the Bible

By Drew Hunter

See Anew the Unfolding Story of God's Grace

The single most popular book in the world—the Bible—was written over many centuries by many different authors, each with a unique literary style. The many stories within its pages continue to grip the hearts of readers and introduce them to their Creator. However, the Bible is more than just a book about events in history: it’s a unified story.

The Unfolding Grace Study Guide serves as an onramp to this unified story by helping readers grasp the central message of redemption that runs from Genesis through Revelation. Designed to be used in conjunction with Unfolding Grace, each lesson—with a short summary paragraph and reflection questions—promotes discussion, fosters spiritual growth, and enriches understanding of the Bible, making this ideal for small-group study, Sunday school class, or for individual use. Printed on thick paper and featuring a lay-flat binding optimized for note taking, the Unfolding Grace Study Guide is a great resource for anyone looking for an interactive exploration of the storyline of Scripture.


Author:

Drew Hunter

Drew Hunter (MA, Wheaton College) is the teaching pastor at Zionsville Fellowship in Zionsville, Indiana. He is the author of Made for Friendship and the Isaiah and Matthew volumes in the Knowing the Bible series. Drew and his wife, Christina, live in Zionsville, Indiana, and have four children.

Product Details

Title: Unfolding Grace Study Guide
Subtitle: A Guided Study through the Bible
Published: September 08, 2020
ISBN-10: 1-4335-7089-0
ISBN-13: 978-1-4335-7089-6
Category: Bible Studies & Devotionals
Christian Living
Retail Price: $7.99
Binding: Paperback
Trim: 5.75 in x 8.25 in
Page Count: 80

Table of Contents

Introduction

Part 1: The Story Begins (Genesis)
1. God’s Creation and Humanity’s Fall (Genesis 1–4)
2. The Flood and God’s Covenant with Noah (Genesis 6–9)
3. Babel and the Promise to Abraham (Genesis 10–12)
4. Abraham and the Promise of Isaac (Genesis 15–18)
5. The Promise to Isaac and the Blessing of Jacob (Genesis 25–28)
6. Israel Comes to Egypt (Genesis 45–48)

Part 2: God’s People Redeemed (Exodus–Joshua)
7. Israel’s Oppression and Moses’ Call (Exodus 1–3)
8. God’s Judgment of Egypt (Exodus 7–10)
9. God’s Deliverance of Israel (Exodus 12–15)
10. God’s Covenant with Israel (Exodus 18–20)
11. The Idolatry of Israel and the Heart of God (Exodus 32–34)
12. Israel’s Journey and Rebellion (Numbers 10–14)
13. Israel Enters the Land (Joshua 1–4)

Part 3: God’s Kingdom Established (Judges–Kings)
14. Israel’s Cycle of Sin and Restoration (Judges 1–4)
15. Israel Needs a King (Judges 17–21)
16. Israel Receives a King (1 Samuel 7–11)
17. The Rejection of Saul and Anointing of David (1 Samuel 15–17)
18. The Covenant with David (2 Samuel 5–8)
19. The Kingdom Established Through Solomon (1 Kings 1–4)
20. The Temple Built by Solomon (1 Kings 6–9)

Part 4: God’s Kingdom Declined and Partially Restored (Kings–Nehemiah)
21. The Kingdom Divided (1 Kings 11–14)
22. Judah Exiled (2 Kings 21–25)
23. Exiles Return and Rebuild the Temple (Ezra 1–3)
24. Israel Recommits to Obey God (Nehemiah 8–10)

Part 5: The Hope of Restoration (The Prophets)
25. The Hope of a New Exodus (Isaiah 52–55)
26. The Hope of a New Creation (Isaiah 63–66)
27. The Hope of a New Covenant (Jeremiah 30–33)
28. The Hope of New Life (Ezekiel 34–37)

Part 6: The Dawning of the Kingdom (Mark)
29. Jesus’ Ministry Begins (Mark 1–4)
30. Jesus’ Ministry Continues (Mark 5–8)
31. Jesus’ Journey to Jerusalem (Mark 9–12)
32. Jesus’ Death and Resurrection (Mark 13–16)

Part 7: The Gospel Spreads and All Is Made New (Acts, Ephesians, Revelation)
33. The Church’s Mission Begins (Acts 1–4)
34. The Church Multiplies in Jerusalem and Beyond (Acts 5–8)
35. The Gospel Begins to Spread to the Gentiles (Acts 9–12)
36. The Gospel Continues to Spread (Acts 13–15)
37. The Gospel Explained (Ephesians 1–3)
38. The Gospel Applied (Ephesians 4–6)
39. The King Speaks to His Churches (Revelation 1–3)
40. The Return of the King and the Restoration of All Things (Revelation 19–22)