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Be Heroic : demonstrating bravery by your walk

Author: Warren W Wiersbe; Ken Baugh
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : David C. Cook, 2010.
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We all admire the hero. That person who's celebrated for accomplishing big things in the face of even bigger odds. Yet heroes aren't defined by their circumstances, but by their choices. They're people who continually choose to serve others, even when no one is watching and without expecting credit. Based on the books of Ezra, Haggai, and Zechariah, this study examines three unsung heroes of the Bible who can  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren W Wiersbe; Ken Baugh
ISBN: 9780781403351 0781403359 9780781405126 0781405122
OCLC Number: 748818546
Notes: "BE commentary series"--P. [4] of cover.
Description: 199 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The big idea: an introduction to Be Heroic by Ken Baugh --
A word from the author --
The providence of God (Ezra 1-3) --
The faithfulness of God (Ezra 4-6) --
The good hand of God (Ezra 7-8) --
The grace of God (Ezra 9-10) --
Haggai in his time --
Stirring up God's people (Haggai 1) --
Keeping the work alive (Haggai 2) --
Zechariah in his time --
God and his people (Zechariah 1-2) --
God and his leaders (Zechariah 3-4) --
God and the nations (Zechariah 5-6) --
Truth, traditions, and promises (Zechariah 7-8) --
Messiah, the shepher-king (Zechariah 9-11) --
Redeemed, refined, and restored (Zechariah 12-14) --
Wanted: holy heroes and heroines (Review).
Responsibility: Warren W. Wiersbe; foreword by Ken Baugh.

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We all admire the hero. That person who's celebrated for accomplishing big things in the face of even bigger odds. Yet heroes aren't defined by their circumstances, but by their choices. They're people who continually choose to serve others, even when no one is watching and without expecting credit. Based on the books of Ezra, Haggai, and Zechariah, this study examines three unsung heroes of the Bible who can inspire us today--p. [4] of cover.

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