Life can be discouraging. We live in a world plagued by self-centeredness, arrogance, hatred, rejection, doubt, fear, insecurity, depression, despair, and guilt. Peace seems out of reach. With strained relationships and internal turmoil, must we resign ourselves to a life without peace? Where is God in it all?
Peace with God—The Need of Every Heart starts at the beginning. There we meet God who existed before Creation. We learn His purpose in creating man and discover that even before man rebels against his Creator, God has a plan to bring him back to Himself through His Son, the Perfect Man. Encountering God's Word precept by precept, this study chronologically unfolds the Gospel, the good news concerning a Promised Savior, and reveals how we can have peace with God through Him.
There is hope! There is true, lasting peace—a peace that passes all understanding. God is willing and able to give this peace to all who come to Him His way. You can have peace with God!
Molly McInnis Farlow is a passionate international Bible teacher and speaker with a burden for Christians to be established in God’s Word and for the lost to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Molly was involved in piloting the first Precept Upon Precept course (Romans) in 1975. She served on staff at Precept Ministries International for four years, has led Precept courses in Singapore for more than 24 years, and has taught Precept workshops in many parts of the world. She presently trains and mentors Precept leaders, leads several Precept Upon Precept® discussion groups, and lectures on a weekly basis in Singapore.
Al Whittinghill, teacher, missionary, and preacher of God’s Word, has ministered in churches throughout America and in more than 50 countries with a burden for God’s people to experience true intimacy with Jesus Christ as Lord and to obey His call to make disciples. Al served on staff with Precept Ministries International for six years and with Ambassadors For Christ since 1984.
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Continuing Education Units
Completion of this course in a group setting is eligible for
Continuing Education Credits through the Association of Christian Schools International.