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"The Woman's Study Bible" is a priceless treasure, poignantly revealing the Word of God to a woman's heart. With special notes and features appealing to women's interests, highlighting women throughout Scripture, and capturing the unique ways Christ cared for women, this Bible truly speaks to a woman's heart. Now with a fresh, new look, "The Woman's Study Bible" is more relevant to today's women than ever before Dig deeper into God's Word with the help of inspiring articles by:
Anne Graham Lotz
This Bible study will not only bring the truths of Philippians to bear upon your life, but will also train you up for better, more effective study of any book of the Bible with consistent use of the three questions needed in all good Bible study: Observation, Interpretation, and Application.
Prophets and Apostles combines the ?old? and the ?new??covering eleven prophets of the Old Testament and five apostles of the New Testament. Richly supplemented by passages from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, various prayers of the saints, helpful memorization tools, and questions for reflection, this book takes a refreshingly direct and engaging approach to the study of Scripture. Ideal for group or individual study.208 pagesISBN 1-931018-19-7paperback, trim size 8.5 x 11
Steps to Answered Prayer reveals step-by-step guidelines that when faithfully followed in prayer, assure the believer of an answer.
Each lesson in this comprehensive study guide will help the believer achieve a workable operation of faith in his life -- a faith that works.
This book will help you go beyond simply reading the Bible so you can take advantage of God's plan to enrich your life!
Listen to Jesus, the Christ, tell His own story . . . in His own words.
You will find all four Gospel accounts combined in one single, flowing narrative. The Story of My Life as Told by Jesus Christ is a complete and thorough picture of the events of Christ's life. Now you can read about the Lord's life in chronological order, without repetition of a single detail; and every sentence in the four Gospels is included.
Each of the four Gospels is unique. Yet, taken together, these accounts combine to form a complete story. Allow yourself to be immersed into the setting of the life and ministry of Christ. Follow His footsteps as He walked the earth with those He knew and loved.
The impact is so arresting, you will feel that you are hearing the Gospel story as you have never heard it.
Based on Tyndale's New Living Translation Bible, The Story of My Life as Told by Jesus Christ is in readable, contemporary English. A wonderful study aid for all ages.
"Thomas Yoder Neufeld has provided readers with 'the raw material and some of the skill with which to jump into the fray' of the debates about Jesus. This highly readable book has been carefully honed through years of undergraduate teaching by a scholar who often preaches and teaches in church settings. Well informed and with enviable clarity, Neufeld presents the fruit of the best critical Jesus scholarship--hospitable for students in the pluralistic context of the university classroom. Anyone interested in the Jesus we encounter in the New Testament will turn these pages with great interest and profit."--Graham H. Twelftree, Regent University
"Tom Yoder Neufeld is an outstanding writer! An extraordinarily engaging teacher, Tom guides us with gripping vitality on an invigorating and exhilarating tour through the biblical accounts. Throughout the adventure he achieves the perfect voice--undergirding our faith even as he imparts necessary skills to sort through various scholarly debates concerning Jesus. This exceptional book is superb for both new and seasoned students of the Scriptures."--Marva J. Dawn, author of "Talking the Walk"
"Recovering Jesus is a difficult task in our day. Skeptical words abound on many sides. Thomas Yoder Neufeld does a good and accessible job of clearing the decks and showing the way in this introduction to Jesus and his teaching in the context of the scholarly cacophony that surrounds Jesus. Nicely done."--Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary
""Not" just another Jesus book, Thomas Yoder Neufeld's "Recovering Jesus" integrates sound scholarship with a profound and reflective faith. Written with a wide spectrum of contemporary college students inmind, Yoder Neufeld's accessible and engaging prose will also attract thoughtful laypeople as well as busy church leaders. His centering the Jesus story in the ethic and theology of the kingdom of God is not only refreshingly true to the heart of our written Gospels but will be especially helpful for those who long to follow Jesus in life. Few scholars of Yoder Neufeld's breadth and depth write with this clarity of thought and joy in discipleship."--Mary Schertz, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary
Maranatha: Our Lord, Come! is an in-depth study of matters related to the Rapture of the church. It addresses such issues as the birth-pang concept in the Bible and ancient Judaism, the biblical concept of the Day of the Lord, the relationship of the Day of the Lord to the Time of Jacob's Trouble and the Great Tribulation, the identification of the sealed scroll of Revelation 5, the significance of the seals, the imminent coming of Christ, the analogy of John 14:2-3, the relationship of the Rapture to the coming of Christ with His holy angels, the relationship of church saints to the wrath of God, the significance of 2 Thessalonians 2, the implications of both the 70-weeks prophecy of Daniel 9 and the references to Israel and the church in the book of the Revelation, the meaning of the last trump, and why the timing of the Rapture has practical implications for daily living and ministry.
Spirit-filled believers will find new resources for understanding the Bible and applying biblical themes to their day-to-day lives in these interactive study guides.
Written from a Pentecostal/Charismatic viewpoint, these interactive studies introduce believers to the books of the Bible and offer a thorough and balanced understanding of key themes of the Bible.
By studying the themes of the books, as well as the books themselves, these interactive studies offer groups and individuals a Spirit-filled perspective of the Bible's message for today.
Over 100 full-page illustrations highlight this magnificent Bible to be treasured by children of all ages.
Introduces readers to the theological contribution of each book of the Old Testament.
This revised DFD Bible study shows readers how to do a comprehensive analysis of the Bible using 1 Thessalonians. Discover Bible-study principles that will last a lifetime.- Personal study needed between meetings- 7 sessions
This guide provides a vocabulary list of Hebrew and Aramaic words for students of the Old Testament language. Lists are based on frequency. Includes pronunciation guide.
When it comes to Bible translations, readability and reliability are what matter; and on both counts, the original Jerusalem Bible stands alone.
Reissued for the first time in over a decade, The Jerusalem Bible, Reader's Edition carries the imprimatur of the Roman Catholic Church. It meets the need for a modern translation based on the most reliable ancient texts. While it avoids the archaic language of the King James Version, it still holds to the traditional (noninclusive) language that appeals to conservative Catholic and Protestant Christians.
The Jerusalem Bible, Reader's Edition is filled with several appealing features:
Does the Bible speak to the real problems of real people in the real world? Does it offer viable solutions to those problems? You can weigh the evidence and decide for yourself with these 25 Bible studies, which show what the Bible actually teaches regarding our most fundamental questions about God.
Compiled and written by one of modern Christianity's greatest thinkers, this book highlights Scripture passages on the central doctrines of Christianity--such as creation, man's sin and God's grace, the person and work of Christ, future events--and briefly explains how each passage supports the biblical teaching on that particular theme. It's all right here. Laid out simply. So you can see for yourself what the Bible says--in God's own words.
This volume also contains Two Contents, Two Realities, Schaeffer's essay on the four things Christians need to make an impact in the current age. Together these two works serve to show the coherence and credibility of the Scriptures and their relevance to the critical issues in your life.
The events of 1 Samuel bridge two major eras in the story of Israel. This book witnesses the close of the period of judges and the opening of the age of kings.
As you stroll through 1 Samuel, you'll grow to know the characters of Samuel, Saul, and David. Their stories contribute powerfully to Israel's vivid history. Even more important, you'll ponder God's faithfulness and his care for his people. God shaped and sustained Israel so that one day it could become a light to all others through the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ.
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