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Zondervan I Saw the Lord, Participant's Guide

Christians who feel they are missing something will wake up to how much Jesus loves them and passionately desires to revive their lives through a fresh commitment to holiness. A revived faith means a life totally dedicated to God and totally committed to the Word of God. Relationship with God takes first priority; service and mission flow from this deepened, intimate, personal relationship with God.
Used in conjunction with DVD WW275183, this participant's guide will guide you into a deeper relationship with God. Eight sessions.
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Review 1 for I Saw the Lord, Participant's Guide
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Date:September 30, 2009
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Burney Wilkie
I had trouble using the book "I Saw The Lord", with the Participants study guide because the chapters in the book didn't coincide with the chapters in the book. Also, the scripture used in the book was all from the 6th chapter of Isaiah and the guide used scripture from other various places. I found it hard to use the two together. I would highly recommend the use of the DVD when doing the study. The DVD complimented the study well. I agree the study seemed to help my group gain a greater insight into seeing God.
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Review 2 for I Saw the Lord, Participant's Guide
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Date:February 10, 2009
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Paul Vollrath
The study group members who really know the Bible started out leery of the proposed study method. But by the 2nd week we were seeing personal growth in hearing from the Lord through it. There being no one correct answer has allowed those less confident of their Bible knowledge to begin sharing equally what they got from the study. The format of transition from the end of one lesson to the next is poor. One opens to the new lesson and is told what Bible reading should already have been done. Give all instructions right in the related lesson, not in a final paragraph at the end of the last lesson.
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