(NISS-09) Walking with God in Every Season (Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Lamentations)


(Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Lamentations)
by Kay Arthur & Pete De Lacy
13 Lessons

What season are you in? Is it one that you are sure of? With Ecclesiastes, you can discover the ultimate meaning of life. Similarly, explore the Song of Solomon, find out for yourself whether the message is mainly about the physical and emotional bonds of marriage. Uncover the relationships of Israel, the church to Jesus and the individual believer to Christ.  In Lamentations, see the avoidable tragedies caused by sin and the never-ending covenant love of God.

In this 13-week NISS Study on “Walking with God in Every Season” cover: Ecclesiastes-6 weeks; Song of Solomon-4 weeks; Lamentations-3 weeks. Six days of guided lessons, 20 to 30 minutes long. Also, questions for group discussion or individual study are provided on Day Seven along with closing commentary.

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Additional Information

Book of the Bible
Ecclesiastes / Song of Solomon / Lamentations
At least 15 minutes per day
Length of Study
13 Lessons
Training Required to Lead
Not required but helpful