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Famous Donkeys of the Bible

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Available for immediate download! A unique and valuable resource for individuals, small groups, Sunday school classes, and outreach Bible studies.

The Bible features donkeys in abundance, and in great variety. There are, of course, numerous mentions of the gentle beast of burden we all know and love. These humble servants are often overlooked, so quiet is their appearance, but they’re used to that. Then, of course, are donkeys of an entirely different, two-footed sort. These donkeys are also found in abundance and great variety in the Bible.

All of these are found in this study: Abraham’s gentle beast, Balaam (and his mount), Samson (and the 1000 Philistines he slew with a jawbone), the priest in the Parable of the Good Samaritan. The humble steed who carried Mary, the mother of our Lord, and of course the noble animal who was there on Palm Sunday.

Explore the qualities of donkeys to be celebrated, and those to be avoided, in this delightful six-session study, suitable for individuals or small groups.

May be reproduced for class participants only. May not be resold.

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Available for immediate download! A unique and valuable downloadable resource for individuals, small groups, Sunday school classes, and outreach Bible studies.

The Bible features donkeys in abundance, and in great variety. There are, of course, numerous mentions of the gentle beast of burden we all know and love. These humble servants are often overlooked, so quiet is their appearance, but they’re used to that. Then, of course, are donkeys of an entirely different, two-footed sort. These donkeys are also found in abundance and great variety in the Bible.

All of these are found in this study: Abraham’s gentle beast, Balaam (and his mount), Samson (and the 1000 Philistines he slew with a jawbone), the priest in the Parable of the Good Samaritan. The humble steed who carried Mary, the mother of our Lord, and of course, the noble animal who was there on Palm Sunday.

Explore the qualities of donkeys to be celebrated, and those to be avoided, in this delightful six-session study, suitable for individuals or small groups.

May be reproduced for class participants only. May not be resold.
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