“Jesus: The God that Knows Your Name” Bible Study by Max Lucado
April 14 @ 10:30 am - 11:00 am| Free
Although the Building is closed, the church is still open!
Join Pastor Fred Mast online Tuesday, April 14th at 10:30am for our Lenten Study—Session Four via ZOOM technology. To join this Zoom study please click on the web link below and use the Meeting ID and then simply follow the prompts on the screen. It is really very easy so join us—what else do you have to do?
Topic: Jesus-The God Who Knows Your Name
Time: April 14th, 2020 10:30 AM Arizona
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About the Bible Study
Lenten Bible Study March 3rd—April 14th, 2020
Jesus — The God Who Knows Your Name
For thirty-three years Jesus felt everything you have ever felt. Weakness. Weariness. Sadness. Rejection. His feet got tired. And his head ached. He was tempted and his strength was tested. And you know why? Because in becoming human, Jesus made it possible for us to see God. His tears, God’s tears. His voice, God’s voice. Want to know what matters to God? Find out what matters to Jesus. Want to know what in the world God is doing? Ponder the words and life of Jesus.
For more than three decades, pastor and bestselling author Max Lucado has shown us Jesus. In this capstone book, he takes us further on the journey to know the life and character of the Savior. Divided into six sections (Immanuel, Friend, Teacher, Miracle Worker, Lamb of God, Returning King), each containing multiple chapters, this book describes both the person Jesus was on earth and how to live in a personal relationship with him.
By exploring Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection as well as specific details like how he interacted with his friends and his enemies, what he did with time alone, how he acted at a party, this compilation from Max Lucado–now with original never-before-read content from Max–gives readers the chance to become more familiar with the man at the center of the great-est story ever told.
Max writes “Don’t settle for a cursory glance or a superficial understanding. Look long into the heart of Christ and you’ll see it. Grace and life. Forgiveness of sin. The defeat of death. This is the hope he gives.”
Jesus wants you to know him. As you read these pages, may the Hero of all history talk to you personally, and may you find in him the answer to your deepest needs.