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This is book number 4 in the The Chosen Bible Study Series series.
- #1: What Does It Mean to Be Chosen?: An Interactive Bible Study (The Chosen Bible Study Series #1) (Paperback): $17.99
- #2: Blessed Are the Chosen: An Interactive Bible Study (The Chosen Bible Study Series #2) (Paperback): $17.99
- #3: The Way of the Chosen (The Chosen Bible Study Series #3) (Paperback): $17.99
God’s Goodness for the Chosen is an eight-lesson Bible study for individuals or groups that follows each episode of season 4 of The Chosen.
This study teaches readers how to reframe their hardships and see them as fertile soil for God’s goodness to grow in their lives.
We see it over and over again in the Bible: God brings good things out of bad things for the sake of His people and for His glory. But truth be told, when we personally experience suffering, we have a difficult time actually believing it. Yet, life is challenging even for the followers of Jesus, and hardship in the twenty-first century is no exception. God’s Goodness for the Chosen takes readers through eight lessons which reveal how God uses suffering to bring about good things in the lives of those He loves.
• Death is eclipsed by life
• Grief is eclipsed by praise
• Questions are eclipsed by resolve
• Confusion is eclipsed by grace
• Temporary things are eclipsed by eternal things
• Heartbreak is eclipsed by love
• Sin is eclipsed by obedience
• Pain is eclipsed by the fullness of God’s plan
Indeed, readers will be challenged to embrace the hard things of life, to experience more of the goodness God offers on the other side.
About the Author
Amanda Jenkins is an author, speaker, and the lead creator of The Chosen’s additional content. Her husband, Dallas Jenkins, son of celebrated Left Behind author Jerry Jenkins, directed and produced over a dozen feature and short films before creating The Chosen, the largest crowd-funded media project of all time. They currently live in Texas with their four children.
Dr. Douglas S. Huffman, the evangelical biblical consultant for the television series, is Professor of New Testament and Associate Dean of Biblical and Theological Studies at Talbot School of Theology (Biola University) in California.