Dig into the book of Luke like never before.
Experience Jesus in an amazing way when you immerse yourself in this 40-day devotional Bible study on the Gospel of Luke.
Do you want to experience Jesus in an extraordinary way?
Immerse yourself in a forty-day devotional Bible study on the Gospel of Luke that will give you a life-changing perspective of Jesus. As an eyewitness to Christ, Luke’s biography of Jesus is the longest book in the New Testament. But even more significant is his contribution to our faith and understanding of Jesus.
Through this study, you’re invited to witness the beauty of Jesus’s heart as you learn how to live out your faith in meaningful ways.
Each day includes a brief, compelling devotional, challenging application questions, and additional Bible passages to study.
By savoring the timeless truths of Jesus through forty days of devotions, you’ll discover how the impact of Jesus’s life radically transformed countless hearts and lives. Use it for your personal study or with a small group, and see Luke’s Gospel from a renewed perspective.
Whether you’re a new believer or a seasoned follower of Christ, That You May Know has so much to teach us about Jesus’s life and sacrifice. Now you can understand these encouraging truths in a way that’s clear, concise, and challenging.
That You May Know will help you:
- Discover 40 key passages that will shape your faith
- Learn how to live out your faith in everyday life
- Draw closer to God and experience renewed hope
- Gain a fresh perspective on the life of Christ
- Discover how Jesus transforms your life today
Renew your perspective of God’s extravagant grace by diving into this powerful devotional book that will help you see Jesus with renewed eyes and discover what it means to follow him.
Rediscover how the stories of Jesus impact you today, so that you may know the certainty of Christ’s love and sacrifice for you.
Get your copy and gain a fresh perspective on Jesus’s life so you can face each day encouraged in your faith.
[This book was first published as Dear Theophilus.]