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The books in this series offer the essential message of one of the world's most beloved Bible teachers. John Stott's teaching, largely drawn from his Bible Speaks Today volumes, are presented here in a format suitable for daily reading. Questions at the end of each section make these books even more useful for individuals or groups.
Sometimes reading the Bible is a delight. But many other times it feels like hard work. Tim Chester reminds us that every time we read the Bible we don’t merely learn information about God—we hear his voice and encounter his presence. Including a study guide for group use, this book helps us approach reading the Bible with an eager anticipation, expecting to hear God’s voice and meet him in his Word.
The Bible is full of dramatic stories that have made it the world's bestselling book, and yet few people ever get around to reading it from cover to cover. Now, with The One Hour Bible, readers of all ages can discover its riches and gain a birds-eye view of the entire sweep of the Bible's epic story—in just sixty minutes.
What could be more important than knowing our all-surpassing God? These five easy-to-use studies, based on J. I. Packer's bestselling classic Knowing God, explore the character and actions of God throughout Scripture. They encourage us to look for God every time we read the Bible and to deepen our understanding, trust, and worship in response.
Number of Studies: 5
Have you ever felt like you can't make sense out of the Bible but wished you could? Then this book is for you. Starting from scratch, Norton Sterrett presents the general rules for reading the Bible's ordinary language and moves on to specific principles that apply to special types of language such as parables, figures of speech, Hebrew poetry and symbols.
This complete series of Old Testament commentaries edited by J.A. Motyer and the late John R. W. Stott is characterized by a threefold ideal: to expound the biblical text with accuracy, to relate biblical teaching to contemporary life and to be readable. The BST is perfect for Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, students and individual Bible readers.
Here is an engaging and exciting introduction to biblical methods and practices of study, edited by two trusted teachers, Christopher J. H. Wright and Jonathan Lamb, in collaboration with a diverse array of expert contributors. Part One explores key Christian beliefs about the Bible, and Part Two offers examples of Bible use in different contexts.
A companion to A Fragile Stone, this study guide offers nine sessions for individuals or groups that highlight how the apostle Peter provides a model for our own transforming relationship with Jesus. (Written by Michael Card with Dale and Sandy Larsen.)
The New Living Translation is an authoritative version of Scripture, rendered faithfully into today's English. This translation renders words and phrases as simply and literally as possible, while adopting a more dynamic approach when the literal English equivalent would be too archaic for readers to fully understand. This edition for children is beautifully illustrated.
Up to date, reliable, balanced and clearly organized, the volumes of the Exploring the Bible Series make scholarship on the Old and New Testaments accessible to contemporary students and readers.