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Following the Lamb


Quick Overview

A five-week bible reading course on following Jesus wherever he may lead us, however great the challenge.


A short bible reading course arranged as five weekly studies suitable for use on your own or for study in a group.

What it's about: Following Jesus from Galilee to Jerusalem, some are "astonished" whilst others are "afraid." Following Him onto a boat leads the disciples into a violent storm. Is following Jesus always this challenging? Is it worth it? Isn't it better to just "do church"?

In this study we walk with the disciples as they "follow the Lamb wherever He goes."

The Format:The booklet is arranged in two parts:

  • • The first introduces the study.
  • • The second is a five-part study sheet.

Recorded teaching to accompany this course is available to stream or as a free download. Although the teaching and the course are intended to be used together, the teaching is optional and you can use the course without it if you prefer.

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How to use it:

  • • By itself with your Bible.
  • • Along with the teaching and your bible.
  • • By studying in a group.

Whichever method you choose, learn to listen for what the Holy Spirit has to tell you- about your beliefs, attitudes and life-style. Ask yourself what lessons you should be learning from your readings, so that you can apply them to your own understanding and life as a Christian.

Product Details

Author: Richard George

Format: A5 paperback booklet, 61 pages

ISBN: 978-1-9085-2826-1

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