Divine vs. Natural Viewpoint
Our journey into the heart of God must begin with this astonishing realization: Man and God do not think or act alike! God says that the vast difference between our viewpoint and His viewpoint is like the distance between us and the stars. Obviously, no man can traverse this distance. Therefore, if we are to know Him, He must initiate the contact. Thankfully He has, as you will see in this course.
In this study you will discover that despite our departure from the perfect thoughts and ways of our Creator, God desires to dwell with us. Amazing! He also desire to transform our natural thoughts and ways into His thoughts and ways so that we may intimately experience Him in our lives. To experience Him is to experience true, abundant life. It is this hope of God's desire that will shine through in Divine vs. Natural Viewpoint. God has given us His viewpoint. Therefore, if you are willing to hear Him, open this study to begin your journey into the heart of God.
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Divine vs. Natural Viewpoint is a result of the teaching ministry of Randy Gruber at the Potosi Correctional Center Prison Fellowship Bible Study in Missouri. His students have produced this course to pass on what they have learned to good and faithful men who will in turn be able to teach others (2 Timothy 2:2).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lesson 1 – God Is Speaking to Us
Lesson 2 – Man Leaves God and His Christ Out
Lesson 3 – Christ Is Central to All Things
Lesson 4 – Who Rules? A Basic Question of Authority
Lesson 5 – Man Rejects Christ's Rule
Lesson 6 – Light vs. Darkness
Lesson 7 – The Light Is Now Shining to Us in the Gospel
Lesson 8 – Faith's Viewpoint Is the Divine Viewpoint
Lesson 9 – Walk by Faith—Not by Sight
Lesson 10 – Faith in the Son of God Is Transforming
Lesson 11 – The Least Is the Greatest
Lesson 12 – The Way Up Is Down
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