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Esther : Royal Rescue (Student/Study Guide)$8.99Add to cart
There are times in our lives when we question whether God truly loves us, whether He is really in control of the world, whether He knows what He is doing, whether He even notices what is happening to us.
These are exactly the kind of questions that God’s people in Esther’s day must have been asking. Not only were they exiled from their home, the land that had been promised to them by God, but they were facing ethnic cleansing on an unprecedented scale.
The story of Esther reveals that whatever the appearances, God is in control. Although the enemies of God and His people are many and powerful, their plans are doomed. God’s plans are the ones that will triumph. He delights in answering His people’s prayers often in most unexpected ways.
As He delivered the Jews of Esther’s day from seemingly unstoppable destruction, so He has and will deliver all who turn to Him in Christ. He is to be trusted in all situations at all times.
David : Gods True King (Student/Study Guide)$8.99Add to cart
It’s the stuff of legends.
An unknown, unlikely-looking kid defiantly takes on the ultimate enemy weapon – an enormous, unconquered super-warrior. He sets out unprotected and alone, yet astonishingly, he slaughters the evil giant – the enemy is routed and David wins a complete victory for his people.
It’s easy to see why the story of David and Goliath is still so popular. We love David the hero, the shepherd boy who became king of Israel, chosen by God as a man ‘after His own heart’. But what about David the despised ‘worm’, the hot-tempered bully, the weak father, the lustful playboy and the coldly-calculating murderer? Did God really know what He was doing when He chose David?
This Good Book Guide on the life of David reveals the secret of Davids success and the reasons for his many failures. But it also uncovers the greater story of a better hero. In just six sessions, you will learn how this weak Israelite king points us to the ultimate king, Jesus despised like the worm of Davids psalm, yet finally winning the ultimate victory for His people over sin and death.