Acts 1-2 : Part 1: God’s Power In Jerusalem And Judea
Do you ever feel powerless? The people of the early church discovered what true power looks like. Jesus transformed their lives-and they changed the world!
Acts is the extraordinary record of what these early Christian disciples did. The power that you see in action in this book is the same power that can transform your life. As Phyllis J. Le Peau leads you through the first half of Acts in this twelve-session LifeGuide Bible Study, you will begin to understand what the Holy Spirit can do in you and in the world.
LifeGuide Bible Studies is an inductive Bible study in convenient workbook format with questions for starting group discussions, for meeting God in personal reflection and digging into Scripture on your own or with a group.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780830831197
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 2019
LifeGuide Bible Studies
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
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