Abraham was truly a great man. He was also a friend of God. Yes, that's right: he was a friend of God. In fact, the Lord himself makes this statement: "But you, Israel, my servant, Jacob, whom I have chosen, you descendants of Abraham my friend."
Not even Moses, whom God had spoken to face-to-face, was given the designation of "friend." Indeed, God referred to Moses as His servant.
So how was such a relationship possible? How could a man, made of the dust of the earth, become friends with an all-powerful, all-knowing supreme being? Let Dr. John Hargrove provide some answers for you. And let him show how you, too, can we enjoy that same kind of relationship with God.
About the Biblical Studies 101 courses: Bible scholar and teacher Dr. John R. Hargrove has designed a wonderful, year-long course for the individual Bible student and for the classroom. Spread over 12 courses, each book is a wonderful and insightful introduction to the Word of God. From Genesis to Revelation, Dr. Hargrove hopes to help you grow in the Lord and to understand his Word at a deeper, more profound level. An intimate level. Ideal for small group study and for the individual, the Biblical Studies 101 program is, we think, ideal for you, too.
About the author: Dr. John R. Hargrove spent most of his life studying God's message of love to us. Author of the popular 12-book Biblical Studies 101 courses, John passed away in 2014, but left behind a rich legacy of Bible studies and commentaries.
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