Blood of the Lamb Catholic Bible Study

Shed Seven Times to Save Us

by Beth Leonard



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 18/03/2014

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9781491872222
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9781491872239

About the Book

If blood were money, then Jesus left this world penniless. For our sake and the will of his Father, Jesus completely emptied himself for the amassed debt of mankind. From the droplets of circumcision to the outpouring of blood and water upon the cross, Jesus gave all he had to give so we might share in his resurrection.

Holy Scripture waits for our stillness before it speaks to us, for its great value and mysterious contents are hidden from the one who passes by quickly. For the one who sits with patience, it speaks volumes, revealing worth and fortune we did not know were possible.

The Blood of the Lamb Catholic Bible Study creates an atmosphere for learning, reflecting and sharing. By blending Holy Scripture, Catechism and Liturgy with anecdotal stories, it strikes a refined balance to studying the Bible.

Intentionally decide to snuggle closer to God, stretch yourself to use the gifts given to you and open your heart a bit wider. You will be amazed at the graces He wants to pour out to you, through the Blood of the Lamb.

Scripture is best when it is memorable, useful, and fruitful.

About the Author

Beth Leonard is a cradle Catholic inspired by meditation and prayer to write Bible Studies, speak to parishes, and guide retreats. Author of The Seven Sorrows Bible Study for Catholics, What we can learn from our Mother of Sorrows, she now gives us another insightful book to contemplate and reflect on. Writing specifically to a Catholic audience allows Beth to pull together portions of Holy Scripture, our beautiful Mass and The Catechism of the Catholic Church to set a rather “divine” table rich in wisdom, knowledge and history. She also uses contemporary thoughts and true stories to cause ancient verses to come alive inside our hearts and minds. Beth believes, “The God-breathed words of Holy Scripture can and will guide our path toward eternal happiness and joy. All we need to do is embrace them.” Beth lives with her husband, Bill, in Carmel, Indiana. They are parishioners of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. Beth has two grown daughters, Sarah and Moira. Additions to the family tree now include Kevin, Kyle and baby grandson Cayden. Visit the author at: