Paul Tripp's Jonah Video Bible Study: You Can't Outrun Grace (PDF Study Guide)
Are you running from God?
While we won't board a boat to flee halfway across the world like the Old Testament prohpet did, you and I run from the call of God every day. Most times, we don't even realize we're running. The Good News of the gospel is that we can never outrun grace.
Join pastor and best-selling author Paul David Tripp on an 8 session journey through the book of Jonah to discover how God chases us down, forgives us, and gives us a second chances to participate in the work of his kingdom.
PLEASE NOTE: This PDF study guide is meant to accompany the digitally downloadable video series. If you're going to use this study in a group, you must purchase a PDF study guide for each participant.
More About The Study
The purpose of Jonah is not to recount an unbelievable historical tale or expand your theological knowledge. The purpose of Jonah is heart and life transformation - this narrative should change the way Christians think, speak, and act.
Paul Tripp is deeply persuaded that every element of a biblical worldview is embedded in these 48 verses. In this study, you will encounter the stunning beauty of grace, the grace that is the single hope of the universe.
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1 PDF study guide. PLEASE NOTE: If you're going to use this study in a group, you must purchase a PDF study guide for each participant. A paperback study guide is also available, as well as a DVD version.
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About Paul Tripp
Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor and an award-winning and best-selling author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living, Paul’s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. Paul and his wife Luella live in Philadelphia; they have four grown children.