Discovering the J-Curve, Unit 1: United with Christ Leader's Manual (PDF)
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According to the apostle Paul, the pattern of Jesus’ life—death followed by resurrection—should also be the pattern of our lives. In 14 simple but deep lessons from Philippians 3, Paul Miller helps us recognize this J-Curve® pattern first in the life of the apostle and then in our own lives. United with Christ brings truths like justification by faith and union with Christ to life—inspiring worship, emboldening hope, and empowering love.
What Others are Saying
David Powlison, Former Director of Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation
Paul Miller has carefully observed Jesus. He has carefully observed how the work of grace unfolds in the Apostle Paul’s life and in his own life. Take time with this study. You will become a deeper, wiser, truer person. You will become more humble, more joyous, more purposeful. And you will walk more steadily in the light.
Richard B. Gaffin, Jr., Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Emeritus, Westminster Theological Seminary
Nothing is more important for the gospel and for our lives as Christians than the reality of our union with Christ as Scripture teaches us about that union. Paul Miller is to be commended for seeking to apply that teaching to issues of discipleship.
Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center
Never have I read a more practical work on how a Christian can flourish through deep affliction. This study will revolutionize the way you look at your sufferings and your relationship to Christ. Get ready to begin perhaps the deepest and most fulfilling Bible-adventure you've ever undertaken!
Scotty Smith, Teache rin Residence, West End Community Church (Nashville, TN)
Paul Miller has a rare gift of bringing both profound encouragement and deep conviction as he throws open the curtains on the glory and grace of Jesus. United with Christ fills a Grand-Canyon-sized void for fresh gospel-saturated curriculum for use in our churches, small group communities, and neighborhood gatherings.