In His Image

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 112 pages
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The basic premise of this collection of studies is that God created man in His image with the intent that man reflect that image. God has always set a perfect example of a loving father for man to follow. Man, however, chose not to follow this example and rebelled. Through sin the image of God has become distorted, and what is reflected in most of man's personal relationships is a varying degree of that distortion. In this study of the history of biblical families, the distorted image these biblical characters passed on is examined. Of special interest are the choices they made and the consequences of those choices within their families. Each chapter concludes with a comparison of the image that man reflected to the example God has set. Personal application questions are designed to challenge one to consider the image they are reflecting in their families and personal relationships. Leona Karni earned a Master's Degree in Middle Eastern Studies from Jerusalem University College in Israel. She has taught at Bible colleges and spoken in churches and women's groups in Asia, Africa, Europe, Israel, and the United States. She has studied four other languages, Hebrew being one of them, and has lived in many different cultures, which has enriched her understanding and teaching of the Bible. As a missionary, Leona pioneered a Bible College extension campus in East Jerusalem for Christian Palestinians. She has also served in Thailand, and was involved in short term missions in Liberia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong and many other countries. Today Leona Karni heads a ministry, also named In His Image, through which she teaches seminars that equip the participants to minister the Father's love to the wounded hearts of women and children, and how to use scripture and prayer to deal with life's circumstances.

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