Bible Study Course: Lesson 7 - The Calling of God

· United Church of God
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What is the meaning of God's relationship with humans? 

Inside this Bible study lesson:
-- God Wants a Relationship With Us
-- Who Is God Calling?
-- Gifts from God: The Foundation of His Relationship with Us
-- God's Promises to Abraham
-- God's Covenant with Ancient Israel
-- The Need for a New Covenant
-- Love is the Basis of God's Relationship
-- Few Have Ever Accepted God's Calling
-- Grace: How God Interacts With Us
-- How to Use Biblical Quotes and References
-- God's Relationship with Ancient Israel
-- Why We Need a Redeemer
-- Are You Being Called?
-- Back to the Beginning
-- Points to Ponder
-- http://www.ucg.org/bible-study-course/

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Ruben Buda
December 15, 2016
Finally simple genuine truth...
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Devin Kittrell
January 30, 2016
I downloaded this books while back, but once I got into it and started to read, I couldn't put it down... It brought some things to light that I was going through, and needed to change and also it gave me hope... Thanks for putting this info out there.
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rogelio escamilla
November 14, 2015
don't let the devil deceived you in any form
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Who we are: This publication is provided free of charge by the United Church of God, an International Association, which has ministers and congregations throughout much of the world.

We trace our origins to the Church that Jesus founded in the early first century. We follow the same teachings, doctrines and practices established then. Our commission is to proclaim the gospel of the coming Kingdom of God to all the world as a witness and to teach all nations to observe what Christ commanded (Matthew 24:14; 28:19-20).

Free of charge: Jesus Christ said, “Freely you have received, freely give” (Matthew 10:8). The United Church of God offers this and other publications free of charge as an educational service in the public interest. We invite you to request your free subscription to The Good News magazine and to enroll in our 12-lesson Bible Study Course, also free of charge.

We are grateful for the generous tithes and offerings of the members of the Church and other supporters who voluntarily contribute to support this work. We do not solicit the general public for funds. However, contributions to help us share this message of hope with others are welcomed. All funds are audited annually by an independent accounting firm.

Personal counsel available: Jesus commanded His followers to feed His sheep (John 21:15-17). To help fulfill this command, the United Church of God has congregations around the world. In these congregations believers assemble to be instructed from the Scriptures and to fellowship.

The United Church of God is committed to understanding and practicing New Testament Christianity. We desire to share God’s way of life with those who earnestly seek to follow our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Our ministers are available to counsel, answer questions and explain the Bible. If you would like to contact a minister or visit one of our congregations, please feel free to contact our office nearest you at info@ucg.org .

For additional information: Visit our Web site www.ucg.org to download or request any of our publications, including issues of The Good News, dozens of free Bible study aid booklets, Beyond Today programs and much more.

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