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Christ's Object Lessons Study Guide #1 Seeds of Wisdom

Compiled by Merlin Beerman
Edited by V. C. Darmody

Christ came and dwelt among us that we might become acquainted with His character. The blessing of divinity was revealed in human form. As was Christ’s purpose in the parables — to use nature as a medium to teach the spiritual. He used real life experiences to connect us with the truths of His written Word.

With this study guide, take a thought-provoking journey through chapters 1 – 13 of Christ’s Object Lessons. Learn about God’s character and kingdom through the object lessons of His second book: nature. 15 lessons provide the text of these chapters from Christ’s Object Lessons, so a separate copy of that book is not needed. Interspersed within the text are thoughtful questions to bring the lesson home more clearly, and questions that gently lead the reader to a deeper and personal knowledge of God, and to a deeper devotional and prayer life. Let the seeds of Jesus’ parables be planted and nurtured in the heart. This is an excellent book for your personal study, but is especially intended for use in studying together with a friend or in a group. An answer key is provided at the back of the book. Suggestions are given for effectively conducting group studies, and each book contains a certificate of completion that may be filled out by the group leader.

Paper, 124 pages.


    1. The Sower Went Forth to Sow
    2. Infertile Soil
    3. Among the Thorns
    4. The Preparation and Harvest of Good Soil
    5. First the Blade, Then the Ear
    6. The Lesson of the Tares
    7. Like a Grain of Mustard Seed
    8. Seeds of Wisdom
    9. Like Unto Leaven
    10. Hidden Treasure
    11. The Pearl
    12. The Net
    13. Things Old and New
    14. Asking to Give
    15. Two Worshipers

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