This six-session small group Bible study, With All Your Heart, by noted teacher and historian, Ray Vander Laan, is volume ten of the 12-part That the World May Know series. Do you remember where your blessing comes from? In Exodus, God warned Israel to remember him when they left the dry desert and reached the fertile fields of the Promised Land. But in this tenth volume of That the World May Know, you’ll discover how quickly they forgot God and began to rely on themselves. Find out what it means to remember the Lord in your own life on this one-of-a-kind spiritual pilgrimage. Filmed on location in Israel, That the World May Know is a unique video series that brings God's Word to life with astounding relevance. By weaving together the Bible's fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts, teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan reveals unique insights into the Scriptures' significance for modern believers.
In Session 1, “Build Me a Sanctuary,” you will study the tabernacle and its cultural influence and discuss ways you can keep the memory of powerful experiences alive to be reminded of God’s presence in your life.
In Session 2, “Making Space for God,” you will study the tabernacle and discover why God wants to dwell in and be involved in the lives of his people.
In Session 3, “He Led Them Like a Shepherd,” you will study the ways Moses thought himself inadequate to lead and why that actually made him the kind of leader God wanted. Also learn how Jesus’ leadership style differs from those of “earthly kingdoms."
In Session 4, “By Every Word: Striking the Rock,” you will study Moses’ act of striking the rock instead of speaking to it as God asked and learn what can happen when you really listen to God.
In Session 5, “With All Your Might: The Final Test,” you will learn what God requires of you in times of prosperity and discuss what the Israelites needed to learn in the desert before entering into the Promised Land.
In Session 6, “A Well-Watered Garden,” you will study what it takes to successfully tend a hillside vineyard and discover the mission of God’s people and the work that needs to be done.