Minor Prophets 1
  • Minor Prophets 1
  • Minor Prophets 1
  • Minor Prophets 1
  • Minor Prophets 1
  • Minor Prophets 1
ISBN: 1612910769
EAN13: 9781612910765
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 5, 2019
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 8.5" L x 5.6" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

See the Unseen
Encounter a deeper reality through the minor prophets. Expand the borders of your day-to-day existence and discover God's presence all around you, woven into the fabric of every person, place, and thing God made. Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah will show you how every event is stamped with God's presence. They'll give you eyes to see the unseen, not only in their ancient sermons but also in your life today.

LifeChange Bible studies will help you grow in Christlikeness through a life-changing encounter with God's Word. Filled with a wealth of ideas for going deeper so you can return to this study again and again.


  • Cover the books of Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah in 12 lessons
  • Equip yourself to lead a Bible study
  • Imagine the Bible's historical world
  • Study word origins and definitions
  • Explore thoughtful questions on key themes
  • Go deeper with optional projects
  • Add your notes with extra space and wide margins
  • Find the flexibility to fit the time you have

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   Core content is very good. I like the additional context to help fit ...
Content is very good and core. I like the additional context to help it fit into the overall timeline of the OT. The part that makes me a bit is the optional application and sidebars for further study. Most, if not all, refer to the previous book chapterapter of the study. I found it to be a distraction and broke the rhythm of the current chapter. What I found more helpful is to think more deeply with the current book or book cover to think about how it relates to current events. If the author intended to reveal a bridge between books, it missed the mark with me. While there are common themes among the books of the Minor Prophets, the sections did little to improve my study of each of them.
   Great Study
Using this for personal studies and teaching the Sunday School. The basic questions pretty much stick to the text and there are questions on the side which allow you to explore different scriptures further and to look at basic texts that add richness to your studies. I really enjoyed the series Life Change.
   Easy read
Very easy to read the approach to learning the minor prophets in the Bible. I would recommend for anyone who is looking to learn more in depth about some of the shorter books in the Old Testament, which can sometimes be overlooked.
   Not very deep
I was hoping for a Bible study that delved into the Hebrew culture of the day, looked more closely at the actual Hebrew meanings of key words, and in general, went deeper.
   Thank you Amazon!
Thank you Amazon for your prompt delivery of this very important book for me and my Bible studies.
   like all the others does an excellent
We have used the Bible study for years in our Friday morning men's group and this one does an excellent job, like all the others.
   Mixed reaction -
My first book from the navies-and I am not sold on their style. Neither our Bible - study leader is Nor. I received the Kindle version so that I can make my responses to the questions on the notes feature. It works well, but Kindle gets the credit for it. I bring my laptop to Bible - study with me and have the Bible app open next to the book. I just click back and forth. I am used to a study Bible, and while the entire class uses this book, it seems to lack my study bibles. ( tiny insight ) : In addition to my own questions, lots of questions were asked. There is no indication as to what their answer is. Some questions have been called by our studying leader as '' stupid and we skip them. This is my first book of the minor prophets and this book seems to lack the list of books - the why question and context and the reaction to the prophecy aren 't addressed. This is maybe the Navigator - style, but seems to be a very diluted approach.