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The Secret Place Study Guide

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Reading a book is different than studying a book. While reading a book, you will be inspired by the
truths that are revealed and the stories that are shared. However, you will not retain everything you read and, this is the big one, you will miss some important truths during the reading process.

Also, I did not have the room in the book to share everything I wanted. So, I will include two bonus chapters in the study guide. I am so excited to share with you my revelation and insights on sonship and intimacy.


This book was created to be an interactive study guide. What does that mean? Interactive means two or more people engaging with one another. The design of this study guide is produced in a way that will help you to more deeply engage with the revelation I shared in The Secret Place book.

Reading a book is different than studying a book. While reading a book, you will be inspired by the
truths that are revealed and the stories that are shared. However, you will not retain everything you read and, this is the big one, you will miss some important truths during the reading process.

Richard Baxter, the 17 th century Puritan theologian encouraged his students to study hard because the well is deep. I will guide you in the process of going deeper by asking questions to assist you in your moments of reflection, sharing new quotes to test you in your thinking and I will challenge you to act upon what you are learning.

There is one last and very important thing. I did not have the room in the book to share everything I
wanted. So, I will include two bonus chapters in the study guide. I am so excited to share with you my
revelation and insights on sonship and intimacy.
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