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Food for thought in Genesis

By: Rob de Jongh

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Short, relevant and inspirational Bible studies for each chapter of the book of Genesis. Bite-sized and ideal for personal meditation, family Bible time, group Bible studies and in preparing Bible talks.

Jesus based his teaching on the Old Testament scripture. Surprisingly, rather than suggest we study it, he told us to eat a portion of it daily! Taking a small portion of the Bible as our daily diet will help us transform day-by-day into a character like Jesus.

About the Food for Thought series:

  • Bite-sized Bible studies covering each chapter of Genesis.
  • Food for thought, leading you to personally discover Bible truth.
  • Perfect for family Bible time or informal study groups.
  • Ideal source-book for sermons, Bible classes, talks and lectures.
  • The antidote to dry commentaries and books by dusty academics!

Writing in an engaging and conversational style, Rob de Jongh provides Food for Thought for each chapter of the book of Genesis, a book forming the foundations for the whole Bible narrative from Exodus to Revelation.

The book of Genesis is the start of God’s revelation to mankind, and in the very first pages establishes the plan of God – prophecying that a “seed” would come to tackle sin and destroy its deathly bite. It shows us the effects of sin on the world, that if left unfettered such a world would need to be destroyed as God did with the flood of Noah. And it gives us the hope of the gospel proclaimed in the promises to faithful Abraham, that if we believe God, our faith can be counted for righteousness.

The book of Genesis sets the basis for society and a life well lived, starting with the most basic lessons of creation, obedience, the effect of sin, and of developing the conscience between right and wrong.

About the author:

Rob de Jongh is a lifelong Bible student and has been sharing his perspective on the Bible through talks, discussion groups and written studies for the last 20 years. He formerly worked in non-fiction publishing, learning how to engage readers from some of the world’s most effective teachers.

Product details:

ISBN: 9781913699048

Publisher: Woodland Press

Pages: 182

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5.5x8.5x0.5"

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