This course is a very penetrating devotional study of our personal relationship with Jesus Christ, who loves us with tender and unspeakable love, and who desires to have intimate fellowship with us. Upon completion, the student will have new understanding and encouragement to deny self and turn to Christ for victory, in all aspects of daily life.
The Lamb of God is not only our Savior, but as sheep in His sheepfold, He is also our daily Shepherd; following in Jesus’ footsteps is the key to practical aspects of daily living. The Lamb’s way is the path He has set before us, and the path that He Himself walked on the earth. We in fact struggle in useless and defeated self-effort, whenever we step out of His way. It is His strength for His will that sustains us, not our strength or our will. He teaches us to love with His love, to serve, to deny ourselves, to suffer, and to walk by faith.
There is in lesson two a particularly helpful dealing with “self” as the great opposition to the Lamb. The last part of the course is devoted to the outworking of walking in the way of the Lamb: a love for the salvation of others, and an expectant hope for His return that sustains us in all things.
Materials: one booklet including reading and study guide.
Lesson 1: The Way of the Lamb Is Our Life
Lesson 2: The Light of the Lamb Teaches Us
Lesson 3: The Goal of the Way Is Others’ Salvation
Lesson 4: The Lamb Is Coming Again
Prerequesites: Completion of several basic courses, or equivalent firm foundation in salvation.
“The course, In the Footprints of the Lamb, was the perfect one at this time—by God’s grace it was the lesson I needed.” - Cocoa, Florida
“In the Footprints of the Lamb left me with no defense in why I haven’t been faithful in my daily watch for Christ. It has shown me how a little sin can lead to a downward spiral called backsliding. With these courses, I’ve been able to look at what I do and how I walk this Christian walk.” - Wewahitchka, Florida
“I see my goal must now be to become the Bride of Christ. My life must center on preparing for this.” - Nebraska