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My Lord and My God


My Lord and My God is the fourth part of the Way of The Spirit Bible reading course. It covers the story of the time after the exile when God's work of preparing his people drew to its close, focusing primarily on books (not all post-exilic) that sustained their faith through praise and contemplation of God's nature as they waited for Christ's coming, and then to review literature in the New Testament that likewise feeds our spirits as we wait for his return.

The books of the Bible you will be studying are therefore mainly the more worshipful and meditative ones, and those that reflect more deeply on Christ's Lordship and the challenges of daily living for us as we wait for his return.

  • • Old Testament: Lamentations, Ezra, Nehemiah, Ruth, Jonah, Esther, Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Psalms, Song of Songs, Daniel.
  • • New Testament: John, 1-3 John, Philippians, Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, James, 1 & 2 Peter,  Jude.

The main themes of this study are God's sovereignty and his wisdom, our worship and our contemplation of his nature, the Lordship of Christ and the challenges of discipleship.

Course materials

The following materials are available for each of the four sections of the course:

• A Workbook.

The workbook contains the passages to read, one per day, and questions for you to answer on each passage. There is a Review question each week to help you discern what God is saying to you and to apply it to your life. You will need the workbook to complete the course.

• A Reading Guide.

The reading guide provides a commentary on the bible passages to be studied, giving valuable background information, chronologies and so on. It forms a valuable resource to support the workbook, but is not essential for you to complete the course.

• Recorded teaching.

Short 20 minute talks are available, one for each week of study. The teaching is recommended but not essential to completing the course.

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