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WaterBrook Press Loving God and Others: The Heart of True Faith - eBook

It's easy to get confused about how to please God. One Bible teacher details a long list of the commands you should be keeping. The next teacher says only grace matters. Who is right? Centuries ago, in answer to this question, Jesus simplified all the rules and regulations of the Law into just two great commands: love God and love people. Loving god and Others looks at how these two commands define the heart of Christian faith.

Six 40-minute lessons with no homework required, help you discover what God says and how it applies to your life today. Leader's notes and Bible passages are included in the book.
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Review 1 for Loving God and Others: The Heart of True Faith - eBook
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Date:February 15, 2012
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rpgittins
Location:Des Moines, IA
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It was much like Kay's other books and pretty much what I expected. I love her precept studies though that are much more intense. But this is definitely good for someone who has less time for preparation.
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Review 2 for Loving God and Others: The Heart of True Faith - eBook
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good scripture reference

Date:November 12, 2010
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threkel
Location:Asheville, NC
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Expected a little more detail and how to apply to real life. Scripture reference is good if you don't mind a little more research and studying yourself.
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