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Jesus: Listening for His Voice

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Jesus: Listening for His Voice by Kay Arthur and David Arthur
True listening isn’t simply hearing the words of Jesus; it involves belief that results in active commitment. Throughout His earthly ministry, Jesus interacted with people from all walks of life. In every case, those individuals could choose to believe His words and reap the rewards of faith—or resist the truth and miss out on everything that truly matters.
This same choice is yours today. In this second book in a three-part study of the gospel of Mark, you can read for yourself the words of Jesus in Mark 7–13. If you then align yourself with the One who is truth, you’ll experience for yourself the freedom that comes from truly listening for and following the voice of the Savior. – from the publisher.
This short bible study is excellent for small groups wanting to start delving into the inductive bible study method. Each day’s lessons are the perfect length for those just beginning to learn to study the bible. This short study has no homework, a small group can work alone and then discuss or meet for each lesson and work together as a group. Highly recommended for new learners of the inductive method. Those wanting more in-depth studies will probably want to skip this study and use Kay Arthur’s Precepts Study, Experience the Miracles of Jesus: Mark.
I received an ARC ebook from NetGalley and the publisher, WaterBrook Multnomah, in exchange for an honest review.
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Another excellent Bible study by Kay Arthur.  These lessons are shorter from the ones in her longer Precepts series, and can easily be used for your personal Bible study or with a Bible study group.  Highly recommend this book!
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