Be Distinct. Standing Firmly Against the World's Tides by Warren W. Wiersbe
By Warren W. Wiersbe
God's humans have been by no means intended to mix in. as a substitute, we are referred to as to stand proud of the group, and turn into a beacon of desire. yet not anything dims our mild greater than conformity, while voices that after proclaimed fact start to quietly yield to a loud international. according to the books of two Kings and a pair of Chronicles, this examine bargains an eye-opening examine the excessive rate of conformity, and stocks how we will be able to remain designated from the environment.
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The End Is Near (2 Kings 21:1—23:30; 2 Chronicles 33—35) 13. The End Has Come (2 Kings 23:29—25:30; 2 Chronicles 36) Notes The Big Idea An Introduction to Be Distinct by Ken Baugh Do you know that you are a unique creation of God? You are! Your fingerprints are unique to you, your heart beats at a rhythm that is unique to you, you also have unique eye and voice prints—you are distinct from anyone else in all creation. You are a unique, one-of-a-kind masterpiece! In addition to your physiological uniqueness, the Bible says that at the moment of salvation, you become a child of God (John 1:12–13) and are set apart for the work of God (1 Cor.
Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers; and MLB are taken from The Modern Language Bible: The Berkeley Version in Modern English, © 1945, 1959, 1969 by Zondervan. Used by permission. LCCN 2010934943 ISBN 978-1-4347-0051-3 eISBN 978-1-4347-0264-7 � 2002 Warren W. Wiersbe First edition of Be Distinct published by Victor Books® in 2002 © Warren W. Wiersbe, ISBN 0-7814-3303-7 The Team: Karen Lee-Thorp, Amy Kiechlin, Sarah Schultz, Jack Campbell, and Karen Athen Series Cover Design: John Hamilton Design Cover Photo: iStockphoto Second Edition 2010 Contents The Big Idea: An Introduction to Be Distinct by Ken Baugh A Word from the Author 1.
Reaping the Harvest of Sin (2 Kings 8—9; 2 Chronicles 21:1—22:9) 6. The Sword and the Crown (2 Kings 10—11; 2 Chronicles 22:10—23:21) 7. Focusing on Faith (2 Kings 12—13; 2 Chronicles 24) 8. Nine Kings—Five Assassinations (2 Kings 14—15; 2 Chronicles 25—27) 9. A Tale of Two Kingdoms (2 Kings 16—17; 2 Chronicles 28) 10. The Making of a King—Part I (2 Kings 18:1—20:11; 2 Chronicles 29:1—31:21; 32:24–26; Isaiah 38) 11. The Making of a King—Part II (2 Kings 18:17—19:37; 20:12–21; 2 Chronicles 32:27–33; Isaiah 36—37; 39) 12.