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Excellent Resources on the Character of God

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Date April 2, 2019

Anthony Mathenia, pastor of Christ Church, Radford, VA, discusses the character of God and the weight of his Majesty along Sinclair Ferguson, Steve Lawson, Joel Beeke, Conrad Mbewe, Jordan Thomas, Ian Hamilton, Geoff Thomas, Jeremy Walker, Garry Williams, and Andrew Davies in The Weight of Majesty — the second installment of Behold Your God series from Media Gratiae. This week, we’re offering a special price on this helpful resource – details at the bottom of this article.

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Where do we go to find more resources on the character of God?

‘We have put together this new study dealing primarily with the attributes of God rather than ways the evangelical church often lives below His self-revelation. In a sense, Behold Your God: The Weight of Majesty is a continuation of the theme we explored in week one of Behold Your God: Rethinking God Biblically — that God Himself is the great attraction of the Christian life. By His help we hope to continue going deeper into the themes that were introduced in the original study through several forthcoming installments in the Behold Your God series.

Nothing is so satisfying for the true Christian as an ever-increasing and experiential knowledge of our God. This cannot be gained safely without diligently searching the Bible. Therefore, the real purpose of this book is to guide you back into those passages which contain some of the most significant descriptions of God. Avoid the temptation to merely get through the exercises without wrestling honestly with these matters. Sit long at the feet our Heavenly Father and ask Him to tell you about Himself. Bring both your mind and heart together, and bow before God in real worship as you study each day, until like Job you feel compelled to say, “I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear; but now my eye sees You!” You will not be disappointed with the Living God.

May this study be a lifelong friend as we labor to live unto God.’



Media Gratiae’s second installment in the Behold Your God series of multimedia Bible studies by Dr. John Snyder features Sinclair Ferguson, Steve Lawson, Joel Beeke, Anthony Mathenia, Conrad Mbewe, Jordan Thomas, Ian Hamilton, Geoff Thomas, Jeremy Walker, Garry Williams, and Andrew Davies. It is a 12-week multimedia Bible study for churches, small groups, families, or individuals containing 12 sessions that are reinforced by a 12-week daily workbook. Each week’s lesson is preceded by a brief 2-part historical profile of a notable man or woman of God such as John Knox, Hudson Taylor, Anne Judson, John Newton, Edward Payson, and John Bunyan.

These introductions were filmed on location in England, Scotland, and New England at key historical sites associated with the lives of the men and women we are considering.

The heart of each DVD is a 30-minute lesson on one aspect of God’s character.


Take advantage of these limited prices before the special ends on 4.11.19.

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