Without a doubt, the best Bible study I have ever done is the Precept Upon Precept Bible Study entitled Covenant: Knowing God’s Covenant. I have heard Kay Arthur, the author of the study, say many times that it is the most popular of the Precept Upon Precept series. It is one of only a handful of topical studies offered in this series.
Precept Camden will be starting this study on August 31, 2010. For all of the information, go to our Join Our Current Study page. You can do the study with us in person OR online! Go here for details on how to take an online study with us.
Here’s how Precept Ministries describes this study: “See this incredible thread running from Genesis through Revelation. God enters into a binding agreement with His people and always keeps His promises. Trusting Him as a covenant partner frees us from the bondage of worry and anxiety. This study will transform the way you read the Scriptures!”
I couldn’t agree more. My understanding of the Bible as a whole was revolutionized as a result of learning about the incredible covenant-making and covenant-keeping God I serve. I believe yours will be, too.
Two helpful books to accompany this study are The Two Covenants by Andrew Murray and The Blood Covenant by H. Clay Trumbull. But don’t forget: do your own in-depth study of God’s word using Precept’s workbook on Covenant as a guide before you read books about the subject that have been written by man. It is always best to see what God has to say first!
My Precept Bible study takes a break for the summer months, as do many other Bible study groups. But as stores start putting out the school supplies, I realize that summer is coming to an end quickly. Have you decided what you will be studying in the fall? May I make a suggestion?
Precept Ministries has just released its newest study in their Precept Upon Precept series. It is Nehemiah: Rebuilding, Revival and Restoration of the People of God. Here’s what Precept says about its latest release: How do you respond when the enemy tries to interfere with God’s clear direction? The enemies of God sought to frighten Nehemiah as he proceeded to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. Nehemiah shows us leadership and obedience in the face of opposition, as well as God’s miraculous blessing and provision.
Click here to order a workbook. But don’t forget that, as with all of the Precept Upon Precept series, training is required to lead this study. For information on how to become a trained Precept leader, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.763.8280.