Breaking Free (Paperback)Beth Moore
Discover the transforming power of freedom in Jesus Christ.
Breaking Free by Beth Moore leads readers through a study of the Scriptures to discover the transforming power of freedom in Jesus Christ. Themes for this study come from Isaiah, a book about the captivity of God’s children, the faithfulness of God, and the road to freedom.
This in-depth women’s Bible study draws parallels between the captive Israelites of the Old Testament and New Testament believers in Jesus as the Promised Messiah.
Using Scripture to help identify spiritual strongholds in believers’ lives, no matter how big or small, Beth explains that anything that hinders us from the benefits of knowing God is bondage.
God intends for believers to know and believe Him, glorify Him, experience His peace, and enjoy His presence. Breaking Free is Beth’s life message that she wants to share with you.
Also available in Afrikaans as Breek vry
About the author
Beth Moore is a Christian speaker and Bible study author of numerous best-selling books and Bible studies who enjoys getting to serve women of every age and denomination. She is passionate about women knowing and loving the Word of God. Beth and husband Keith praise God for over 35 years of marriage. They enjoy traveling, hiking, drinking coffee on the back porch, eating Mexican food, making each other laugh, walking their dogs, and being grandparents.
Size171 x 245 mm
Number of Pages400 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
Day 1The Reign of Uzziah
No book has more to say about captivity and freedom than
Isaiah. In weeks 2 and 3 we will consider fi ve primary benefi ts
of our relation ship with God and fi ve obstacles that keep us
from those benefi ts.
Since we often see ourselves best through the examples
of others, this week we will begin by getting to know the
kings who reigned during Isaiah’s ministry. Sometimes we
see traces of ourselves in them, but we will also develop
a much greater appreciation of the prophet’s wonderful
themes as we view them against the backdrop of his day.
Each day we will examine the reign of a different king
who ruled Judah in Isaiah’s day. We will receive important
insight into the spirit ual state of God’s people and discover
why their choices made captivity inevitable.