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Enoch, who never died . . . Samson, who killed an army with a donkey's jawbone . . . James, who grew up as the brother of the Messiah . . . These are fascinating people whose stories are woven through history and the Bible. They show us God at work in unexpected ways and numerous cultures. They each reveal another little piece of His great plan. But how do they affect my l Enoch, who never died . . . Samson, who killed an army with a donkey's jawbone . . . James, who grew up as the brother of the Messiah . . . These are fascinating people whose stories are woven through history and the Bible. They show us God at work in unexpected ways and numerous cultures. They each reveal another little piece of His great plan. But how do they affect my life? If John MacArthur's Twelve Unlikely Heroes presents intimate portraits of these individuals, this study guide is the bridge between those portraits and our daily lives. Commentary and poignant questions bring the points home with unflinching candor, urging us toward a deeper walk with the One who has written all our stories. REWIND—look again at important passages RETHINK—check all the angles REFLECT—consider how it affects you REACT—change your life  


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Enoch, who never died . . . Samson, who killed an army with a donkey's jawbone . . . James, who grew up as the brother of the Messiah . . . These are fascinating people whose stories are woven through history and the Bible. They show us God at work in unexpected ways and numerous cultures. They each reveal another little piece of His great plan. But how do they affect my l Enoch, who never died . . . Samson, who killed an army with a donkey's jawbone . . . James, who grew up as the brother of the Messiah . . . These are fascinating people whose stories are woven through history and the Bible. They show us God at work in unexpected ways and numerous cultures. They each reveal another little piece of His great plan. But how do they affect my life? If John MacArthur's Twelve Unlikely Heroes presents intimate portraits of these individuals, this study guide is the bridge between those portraits and our daily lives. Commentary and poignant questions bring the points home with unflinching candor, urging us toward a deeper walk with the One who has written all our stories. REWIND—look again at important passages RETHINK—check all the angles REFLECT—consider how it affects you REACT—change your life  

33 review for Twelve Unlikely Heroes Study Guide: How God Commissioned Unexpected People in the Bible and What He Wants to Do with You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Randy

    This was an enjoyable book to read. Like others by MacArthur, it is intended as a Bible study and would be good for that. The discussion that would be possible would be very educational. MacArthur does follow a very similar formula, which makes his writing and teaching style comfortable and easy to read, regardless of one's level of knowledge. Although, if you were very well versed in church and Biblical history, I think you you find this book below your level. The book is successful in that, as This was an enjoyable book to read. Like others by MacArthur, it is intended as a Bible study and would be good for that. The discussion that would be possible would be very educational. MacArthur does follow a very similar formula, which makes his writing and teaching style comfortable and easy to read, regardless of one's level of knowledge. Although, if you were very well versed in church and Biblical history, I think you you find this book below your level. The book is successful in that, as the reader, you do look at some very flawed characters in a different way, and can learn from them. As an avid reader of the Bible I do find that that theme is very well displayed, even beyond the "Twelve Unlikely Heroes" of MacArthur's book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    christianchicklit

    Study guide is excellent and contains many reflective questions with personal application questions for each character featured in the book. Questions would be likely to spark some interesting group discussion to help participants go deeper on the similar themes and issues identified in the book. Great companion to the actual book.

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