We talk about grace, but we don’t always recognize or show it. This interactive Bible study from best-selling author Paul Miller explores grace through the lens of Jesus' interactions and teaching in the gospel of Luke. In the 9 lessons that comprise unit 1 of this 2-unit study, you will discover a richly textured world filled with the beauty of God's character and the truth about grace. Perfect for small group, discipleship, or Sunday school settings. Teaching tools available here. Participant's manual available separately.
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"What excites me the most about this interactive Bible study is the invitation Paul Miller gives us, the readers, to mine the riches of God’s grace for ourselves. This is no mere 'fill in the blank' Bible study. It’s more like a 'fill in the heart' exploration of the only love that is better than life. I anticipate it being used for personal study, Sunday School classes, community groups, dialogue with non-believing friends, even whole church sermon series. I pray it’s the first of many in this format."
—Scotty Smith, Founding Pastor, Christ Community Church (Franklin, TN)
“Grace Through the Eyes of Jesus will impact every willing heart as people intimately experience the amazing grace of our Heavenly Father. Paul Miller has once again created an interactive study that allows all participants to absorb the Scriptures through engaging questions, theological insights, useful charts, and interesting historical backgrounds centered around the truth of the Gospel. There is no more practical way to be transformed by the doctrine of grace than to learn it from our Redeemer, Jesus.”
—Monte Starkes, Pastor of Discipleship and Global Outreach, Perimeter Church (Atlanta, GA)
"Paul Miller has made yet another remarkable contribution to help us see Jesus clearly. Grace Through the Eyes of Jesus is a well-designed, easy to use, and resource-full guide. Here is everything the leader needs to introduce Luke's unforgettable characters as they meet the all-sufficient Savior."
—Tim Witmer, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary