New release “The Gospel of John Study Tutorial” from Covenant Textbooks creator Reverend Harvey Smith is a compelling narrative that dreams the readers’ strengthening of discernment to nurture in Christ as his genuine disciples.

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Reverend Harvey Smith, a graduate of Northern Baptist Seminary in Lombard, Illinois Bible scholar and a instructor of the Scriptures, has finished his new reserve “The Gospel of John Study Guide”: a sagacious browse that instills insights to Christians that guideline them on their journey of religion as genuine disciples of Christ.

Harvey writes, “The purpose of this examine guideline is to aid seekers and disciples of Christ to increase deeper in their knowing of what it indicates to be a genuine follower of Christ. The commentary, inquiries, and memory verses are developed to give a genuine image of the character of Christ and genuine Christian discipleship. As you browse and meditate on the articles of this reserve, and aided by the energy of the Holy Spirit, your religion and fellowship with Christ will increase and your spiritual everyday living will have larger meaning.”

Printed by Covenant Textbooks of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Reverend Harvey Smith’s new reserve conjures up the contemplation of religion and how believers in Christ can fortify their conviction in him and confirm by themselves as genuine small children of God.

By looking at the reserve of John, readers are invited to partake of the enlightenment god offers to them to achieve fantastic purpose and id in Christ as his beloved disciples.

Readers can buy “The Gospel of John Study Guide” at bookstores almost everywhere or on line at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.

Covenant Textbooks is an international Christian-owned and operated publishing home dependent in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Textbooks specializes in all genres of work which attractiveness to the Christian current market. For extra information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Textbooks at 843-507-8373.

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