Unsung Heroes (and a Few Villains): A Women's Study of Lesser Known Men in the Old Testament





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Unsung Heroes (and a Few Villains)
A Women's Study of Lesser Known Men in the Old Testament 
by Wanda Robinson

Who Are They? So often when we read the Old Testament, all we notice are the superheroes of faith - larger-than-life men like Abraham, Moses and David. We may have trouble relating to men of such spiritual stature. We think, "I'll never have the faith of Noah or Joseph." But there are other people in the Bible, unsung heroes whose lives and faith made a difference on a smaller scale - people more like us. We can identify with people like Ithamar the list maker. Or how about Caleb, Nabal's servant and Ebed-Melech who all made a stand for what was right? Wanda Robinson's study on relatively unknown men in the Bible is full of lessons on living God's way. Super-power your faith with a look at these unsung heroes (and a few villains along the way).
Women can gain much by studying the lives of men of the Bible. In this 13-week study, Wanda Robinson brings to light the lives and lessons learned from some of the lesser-know men in the Old Testament. This study is detailed, informative, and most importantly, biblical. Enjoy learning more about Ishmael, Hur, Caleb, Korah, Boaz and others. 

Author: Wanda Robinson
Publisher: Gospel Advocate
ISBN-10: 0892256605
ISBN-13: 9780892256600
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches 
Page Count: 114
Binding: Paperback 

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  • 5
    3 books

    Posted by Sherry on Jul. 10, 2020

    I needed a book about prayer, ended up buying 3 books. Very well written, answers questions for me and has been inspired to read more of God’s word!