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  • 52 Hebrew Words LuxLeather


    52 Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know is an outstanding reference tool and study guide to some of the riches words in the Christian faith. The words are written in Hebrew and explained in English. Each word is given and in depth definition, explanation, historic use, and complemented by a stunning photograph.

    This exquisite study of Hebrew words and stunning images is brought together in a finely crafted luxleather debossed cover. It is adorned with fine stitching and gold foiled titles. The personal sized handbook is perfect to tuck into a backpack or briefcase and take with you to reference during a Bible study. It makes a excellent gift for a friend or family member looking to dive deeper into their Christian roots..
    Debossed LuxLeather Cover
    Gold Foiled Title
    Gilt-edged Pages

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  • 70 Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know


    The basic message of the Bible can be understood in any language. At the same time, many biblical texts are hard to understand because they don’t quite make sense when translated into English. Something is missing. Quite frequently, what readers miss has been lost in translation. Maybe there is a pun or wordplay in the original. Sometimes names like Adam, Eve, Cain, Abel, and Eden just seem like names to us but have meanings that are essential to the story. Many Hebrew words have multiple meanings, but the English translators have to just pick one (for example, the same Hebrew word can mean both hear and obey). Even more common are Hebrew words that have much wider meanings than their English translations. A few examples are the Hebrew words rendered as remember, covenant, walk, gates, love, cleanliness, holiness, glory, wisdom, and fear. The original language allows various parts to click together like well-constructed puzzle pieces. With Hebrew in mind, interpreters see new details they didn’t realize were missing before. They make new connections. They immerse themselves in scripture more fully. That’s where this book comes in. Learning a language is like learning a worldview. Those who learn Biblical Hebrew can better understand not only what biblical authors wrote, but also how they thought. Unfortunately, those insights come only after years of study. This book is about getting right to the important, exciting insights. It’s an opportunity to be transformed by the renewing of our minds as we better understand how biblical authors used their language to express their experience of God and the world. If you are just beginning to study Hebrew and want the insights and motivation to continue or if you have no intention of learning biblical Hebrew but want to better understand the Bible, this book is for you!

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  • Analytical Lexicon To The Greek New Testament


    How To Use The Analytical
    Explanation Of The Morphological Tags And The Paradigms
    Section One: Nouns And Adjectives
    Section Two: Verb Formation
    Section Three: Tense Formation
    Analytical Lexicon
    542 Pages

    Additional Info
    The Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament was created to aid in the study of the Greek New Testament, using sophisticated computer resource, to ensure an accurate, helpful, and in-depth analysis of the word forms that make up the New Testament. Its combination of features sets it apart from all previously published analytical lexicons:

    * Based on the latest Greek text (UBS 3d edition, revised)
    * Includes both accepted and variant readings
    * Up-to-date definitions
    * Consistent with today’s standard Greek lexicons
    * Gives the frequency of each inflected form, verse references for forms that occur only once
    * Includes Goodrick/Kohlenberger numbers for all words
    * Includes principal parts for all verbs
    * Contains an entirely new grammatical section, with a discussion of paradigms and explanations as to why paradigms are formed as they are

    Most significantly, the Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament is keyed to the author’s forthcoming Morphology of Biblical Greek, which explains in detail why some Greek words follow certain patterns and other Greek words follow seemingly very different patterns.

    In short, the Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament is more than a tool for quick reference – it is an index to another body of literature.

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  • Bible Answer Book


    Evangelist and Bible expert R. A. Torrey answers your most baffling questions about the Scriptures. You’ll find practical advice for living an abundant Christian life in these solid, biblically based discussions. As you enter this gold mine of foundational truths for living out your Christianity, you will find the Scriptures coming alive as your faith increases. Let your heart and mind rest as you discover what God’s Word really teaches and, when applied, how it can powerfully change your life.

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  • Bible Research : Developing Your Ability To Study The Scriptures


    Bible Research clearly explains specific methods and essential tools needed for successful Scripture study. It includes both text and self instructional workshops on specific research books such as Nave’s Topical Bible, Strong’s Concordance, Vine’s Expository Dictionary, and The Manners and Customs of the Bible.

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  • Bible Study Made Easy


    How can you dig deeper into the Bible? Enjoy a solid, easy-tounderstand overview of inductive Bible study with Rose’s Bible Study Made Easy.

    Featuring charts, simple summaries, and practical tips, this quick guide is a great introduction, going step-by-step through the basic principles of Bible study.

    Discover how to use concordances to easily navigate through the Bible, find out how to dig deeper with Bible dictionaries, and learn how to apply God’s word to your life through inductive Bible studies.

    It covers:
    * 7 first steps to take when beginning a Bible study
    * 8 basic principles of Bible study
    * Dozens of study tips and recommendations, including which key Bible verses, passages, and books of the Bible to explore
    * 3 keys to inductive Bible study and the S.O.I.L. four-step approach that explains how to dig deeper into the Bible

    Perfect for individual study, 1-on-1 discipleship, small groups, adult Sunday school classes, youth groups, and new believers’ classes!

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  • Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (Revised)


    A helpful language reference tool for students, pastors, and scholars. The BHS Reader’s Edition is for those who have a basic understanding of Biblical Hebrew and desire to read and study the Hebrew Bible. With this book alone (and a year of Hebrew), students are able to read the Hebrew Bible in its entirety.

    Main features include:
    * Complete text of the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, checked against the Leningrad Codex
    * All words that occur fewer than 70 times are parsed and contextually defined in the apparatus
    * Glossary listing of all other words
    * Improved layout of poetic texts
    * All weak verb forms are parsed
    * High quality paper does not bleed through

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  • Biblical Greek Survival Kit 2.0


    Be equipped for success in first year Greek, and save money! The Biblical Greek Survival Kit 2.0 gives you the tools you need to succeed and it is a great value ($10 less than items purchased separately)

    The kit includes:
    *Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards, including 1,000 vocabulary flashcards for studying.

    *Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary Audio, a digital download from Olive Tree Bible Software, available through an access code, of audio pronunciations of the vocabulary from the grammar to help with vocabulary memorization and acquisition.

    *Biblical Greek Laminated Sheet, for a quick reference guide to common language questions.

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  • Brown Driver Briggs Hebrew And English Lexicon (Revised)



    Hebrew And English Lexicon
    Coded With Strong’s Concordance Numbers
    Total Pages 1185

    Additional Info
    A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars_Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs_spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the father of modern Hebrew lexicography, BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible._From the publisher’s preface

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  • Complete Word Study New Testament


    Now you can dig into the original language of the New Testament without becoming a Greek scholar! This enriching resource assigns a Strong’s reference number to every word in the KJV text, provides grammatical information about each word, and parses each verb.Strong’s Dictionary of the New Testament * Greek concordance * And more!

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  • Complete Word Study Old Testament


    Studying Hebrew and Aramaic now takes one book, not your entire desktop! Every word in this Old Testament has its Strong’s number and a grammatical code printed above the English text. Strong’s Dictionary of the Hebrew Bible is included in the Study Helps section and gives detailed definitions of key words. Other helps include grammatical notations which explain the codes, and a translational reference index which links each English word of the KJV to all the Hebrew words it represents.

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  • Discourse Grammar Of The Greek New Testament


    In Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament, Steve Runge introduces a function-based approach to language, exploring New Testament Greek grammatical conventions based upon the discourse functions they accomplish. Runge’s approach has less to do with the specifics of language and more to do with how humans are wired to process it.

    The approach is cross-linguistic. Runge looks at how all languages operate before he focuses on Greek. He examines linguistics in general to simplify the analytical process and explain how and why we communicate as we do, leading to a more accurate description of the Greek text. The approach is also function-based-meaning that Runge gives primary attention to describing the tasks accomplished by each discourse feature.

    This volume does not reinvent previous grammars or supplant previous work on the New Testament. Instead, Runge reviews, clarifies, and provides a unified description of each of the discourse features. That makes it useful for beginning Greek students, pastors, and teachers, as well as for advanced New Testament scholars looking for a volume which synthesizes the varied sub-disciplines of New Testament discourse analysis.

    With examples taken straight from the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament, this volume helps readers discover a great deal about what the text of the New Testament communicates, filling a large gap in New Testament scholarship.

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  • Gods Big Picture


    In his excellent overview, Vaughan Roberts gives the big picture – showing how the different parts of the Bible fit together under the theme of the kingdom of God. He gives us both the encouragement and the tools to read it with confidence and understanding. He points us to the Bible’s supreme subject, Jesus Christ, and the salvation God offers through him.

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  • Greek Word Study


    Flour. Sheep. Coins. Wheat. Jesus never abandoned the familiarity of His time because what He had to say was so celestial or deep. Instead, He took advantage of what people already understood. In doing so, He didn’t just leave a way of salvation for us, but also a pattern of teaching to follow. This alone was my inspiration for how I chose to write Greek Word Study.–author Chris Palmer

    In a follow-up to his highly acclaimed book Letters from Jesus: Studies from the Seven Churches of Revelation, the Rev. Chris Palmer has written Greek Word Study: 90 Ancient Words That Unlock Scripture. With wit, humor, grace, and scholarship, Chris offers biblical insights while teaching Koine Greek words and phrases one delightful bite at a time. Unlike other books that overwhelm readers with Greek grammar, word formation, tenses, and the like, Chris makes the language accessible to anyone, using modern stories and analogies that engage readers and draw them into the Scriptures. Learning some Greek words and phrases helps you read the Bible in high definition!

    You don’t need to be scholar to read this book and you don’t need to know an ounce of Greek either. In fact, you don’t even have to really know much about the Bible at all, Chris says. All you need to do is just kick back and enjoy.

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  • How To Study The Bible


    This brand-new guide provides a brief, concise overview of personal Bible study for the layperson. Long-time Bible teacher Robert West gives insight into the types, tools, and techniques of personal study, offering both practical guidance and encouragement to pursue the command of 2 Timothy 2:15 (Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth). Covering topics such as the inductive method, word studies, commentaries, dictionaries, and concordances, How to Study the Bible also emphasizes the personal benefits of private Bible time.

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  • How To Study The Bible


    Misinterpretation of Scripture is a major problem that faces the Church. We are living in an image-centered world that demands short cuts to answers with a limited attention span.

    This book discusses the many obstacles that can keep us from clearly understanding what scripture is explaining to us. Mayhue’s experience with methods of biblical interpretation enables him to provide our generation with simple tools – so we can understand what the Bible says and avoid commonly-made errors. It should be mandatory reading for anyone who is serious in finding out what scripture says.

    Richard covers a wide range of subjects making this an excellent take-off point for Biblical study:

    Teaching a basic Bible study method
    Warning about interpretation mistakes
    Exposing current theological errors
    Providing right steps to avoid wrong doctrine
    Emphasizing truthfulness and trustworthiness of Scripture

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  • How To Study The Bible Pamphlet


    High Gloss Plastic Coated Sheet
    Size: 8.5 X 5.5 12-14 Panels Unfolds To 33 Long

    Additional Info
    Why Study the Bible
    How to Begin
    Basic Principles of Bible Study
    Inductive Bible Study
    List of Bible Studies for Beginners
    Ways to Study
    Tools for Bible Study
    In-Depth Bible Study Guide and more!

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  • Jensens Survey Of The Old Testament


    28 Chapters

    Additional Info
    What do you think of when you think of the Old Testament? Do you recall individual stories like David and Goliath, or Daniel in the lion’s den? Or are you able to see the Old Testament as a panoramic view of God’s redemptive work?

    Here is a book that will help you see the Old Testament as a unified whole. Replete with helpful charts and maps, this useful survey of the Old Testament by Irving L. Jensen is sure to open up your understanding of the Old Testament whether you are a seminary professor or a beginning student of the Bible.

    The method of Jensen’s Survey of the Old Testament is to motivate the student to discover new truths on his own.

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  • John : A Self Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)



    1. Background And Survey
    2. Prologue: The Word Made Flesh
    3. Witnesses And Discoveries Of Jesus
    4. Miracle Worker And Voice Of Authority
    5. Teacher Come From God
    6. This Is Indeed The Christ
    7. Persecution Against Jesus Begins
    8. Bread Of Life Refused
    9. Attempts To Arrest Jesus
    10. Light Of The World Rejected
    11. The Good Shepherd Spurned
    12. The King Of Israel Enters Jerusalem
    13. Events Attending The Last Supper
    14. Farewell Discourses
    15. High-Priestly Prayer
    16. Arrested And Tried
    17. Crucified And Buried
    18. Signs Of The Resurrected Jesus
    19. Postresurrection Appearances In Galilee
    A Review Of John
    The Geography Of John’s Gospel
    Bibliography P. 112

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    The book of John is usually the first to be studied by new Christians and newly created study groups because it is a primer for the study of foundational truths. John deals with the nature and Person of Christ and what it means to have faith in Him. In this self-study guide you will learn about seven important miracles, of which five are not recorded anywhere else in Scripture, and how John used those miracles to reveal the Person al mission of Jesus Christ.

    If you are looking for a comprehensive, challenging tool to use in personal, group, or class Bible study, you’ll find the Jensen Bible Self-Study Guide series an exciting way to better understand the important truths of God’s Word. Each response-oriented guide in the 39-book series features helpful charts, graphs, maps, and ideas for projects and further study. You’ll refer back to each completed guide as a reference again and again as you study the Scriptures. This study series has enabled millions to effectively explore and understand God’s eternal message, and it continues to be the most widely used tool for Bible study today.

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  • Keep Up Your Biblical Greek In Two Minutes A Day Volume 1


    Keep up your ability to read and understand Biblical Greek with this daily guide. Each day’s reading includes a verse in both Greek and English, one new vocabulary word with translation and definitions, two review words from earlier in the book, and a breakdown of the Greek verse into phrases with a side-by-side translation. Jonathan Kline presents the material in such a clear and simple way that it keeps the reader from being overwhelmed, thus restoring confidence as one progresses. This method also enables one to gradually build a robust vocabulary, while inductively reviewing morphology and syntax. Keep Up Your Biblical Greek in Two Minutes a Day is an invaluable tool that should be in the library of every student of Biblical Greek.

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  • Learning Gods Love Language Workbook (Workbook)


    Learning God’s Love Language Workbook is a Hebrew word study course that you can use in your personal Bible study. Learn Hebrew almost immediately, without years of memorization and other Hebrew language courses.There is an old proverb, Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. This comes from an even older proverb; It is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something than to do it for him.My books have been feeding Christians for a day, that is, I have been doing Hebrew word studies every day for that I send out via e-mail and post online. Now I can now teach you to fish, to do your own word studies, so you will be fed for a lifetime.The Learning God’s Love Language Workbook is the companion to my larger work, Learning God’s Love Language. This book was previously published under the title Beyond the Hebrew Lexicon. This edition has been completely updated and edited to correct typographical errors and make the text more accurate and understandable. The new typeset in this edition helps the Hebrew alphabet stand out and makes the characters easily recognizable.Learning God’s Love Language Workbook will bring you to the place where you can do your own Hebrew word study. Mine the riches of God’s Word in the original language by learning the meanings of each Hebrew letter and uncovering the built-in commentary behind each Hebrew word.And by doing so, enrich your understanding of God’s Word through His ancient love language.

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  • Letters From Jesus


    In Revelation 2:2, Jesus tells the church in Ephesus something intimate-Google Street View intimate. He says, ‘I know your works’ (Oida ta erga sou). Four words don’t seem like much, but in the Greek, it packs a punch…. Jesus chooses the Greek word oida, which expresses total, comprehensive knowledge. It is intimate knowledge that comes from being up close and personal. This knowledge isn’t hazy on the details. It doesn’t struggle to remember. It preserves the particulars. In the mind’s eye, everything is sharp and clear, like a well-taken photograph. -Chris Palmer

    Letters from Jesus: Studies from the Seven Churches of Revelation explores Christ’s warnings to the seven most prominent churches in Asia Minor in the book of Revelation. These letters date back to 95 A.D., but they help us make a fascinating discovery about civilization: life hasn’t changed that much over the last two millennia.

    Author Chris Palmer illustrates the truths contained in the Letters from Jesus using modern, everyday day examples. The host of the popular podcast Greek for the Week, he unpacks Greek words and phrases in these verses from Revelation with humor, joy, and biblical scholarship.

    Why study Greek, even just a little bit? As Chris explains, looking at the New Testament in the original language in which it was written can offer us some beautiful insights into God’s Word. It’s like reading the Bible in high definition, he says. Also, studying God’s Word in the original language forces us to approach it with reverence and awe, humbling ourselves to obey what it says, whether it’s something we want to hear or not.

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  • Lo Que Nos Dice La Biblia


    This clear and concise examination of the Scriptures that Henrietta C. Mears makes will reveal to us that the Bible is a book, a history, and a story. This companion of biblical studies will revive the Scriptures for you, and it will help you to better understand God’s will in the lives of all humankind.

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  • Misreading Scripture With Western Eyes


    Introduction: Coming To Terms With Our Cultural Blinders
    Part One: Above The Surface
    1. Serving Two Masters: Mores
    2. The Bible In Color: Race And Ethnicity
    3. Just Words? Language

    Part Two: Just Below The Surface
    4. Captain Of My Soul: Individualism And Collectivism
    5. Have You No Shame? Honor/Shame And Right/Wrong
    6. Sand Through The Hourglass: Time

    Part Three: Deep Below The Surface
    7. First Things First: Rules And Relationships
    8. Getting Right Wrong: Virtue And Vice
    9. Its All About Me: Finding The Center Of Gods Will

    Conclusion: Three Easy Steps For Removing Our Cultural Blinders?
    Resources For Further Exploration

    Additional Info
    What was clear to the original readers of Scripture is not always clear to us. Because of the cultural distance between the biblical world and our contemporary setting, we often bring modern Western biases to the text. For example: When Western readers hear Paul exhorting women to dress modestly, we automatically think in terms of sexual modesty. But most women in that culture would never wear racy clothing. The context suggests that Paul is likely more concerned about economic modesty–that Christian women not flaunt their wealth through expensive clothes, braided hair and gold jewelry.Some readers might assume that Moses married below himself because his wife was a dark-skinned Cushite. Actually, Hebrews were the slave race, not the Cushites, who were highly respected. Aaron and Miriam probably thought Moses was being presumptuous by marrying above himself.Western individualism leads us to assume that Mary and Joseph traveled alone to Bethlehem. What went without saying was that they were likely accompanied by a large entourage of extended family. Biblical scholars Brandon O’Brien and Randy Richards shed light on the ways that Western readers often misunderstand the cultural dynamics of the Bible. They identify nine key areas where modern Westerners have significantly different assumptions about what might be going on in a text. Drawing on their own crosscultural experience in global mission, O’Brien and Richards show how better self-awareness and understanding of cultural differences in language, time and social mores allow us to see the Bible in fresh and unexpected ways. Getting beyond our own cultural assumptions is increasingly important for being Christians in our interconnected and globalized world. Learn to read Scripture as a member of the global body of Christ.

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  • Multilingual God : Stories Of Translation


    Some decades ago the prospect of reaching the entire world with the gospel appeared very dim indeed. In a world population that was virtually exploding with growth, how could Christians begin to reach the billions of fellow humans? Then missionaries began mastering the multiplied languages on earth, placing the Bible on paper, making recordings of the gospel, and beaming the Word of God out on radio and television waves. A portion of the Bible was translated painstakingly into over a thousand languages. The entire Bible was translated into several hundred. There was reason to be hopeful. Missionaries taught nationals how to plant churches. Then nationals started planting churches, and churches begat churches . . . Bible translators had and continue to play a crucial role in the mission of reaching every people with the gospel, and this book describes how. Follow them into the fascinating, exciting world of Bible translation.

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  • Origin Of The Bible


    Many books have been written about the Bible, but few explain its origins. This updated volume of the original classic provides a fascinating overview of how the Bible was first inspired, canonized, read as sacred literature, copied in ancient Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, and eventually translated into the languages of the world. This updated book will describe the development of many translations into contemporary English, giving readers a thorough guide to the differences between them.

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  • Pocket Dictionary For The Study Of New Testament Greek


    If you are beginning your study of New Testament Greek or Greek exegesis, this book is for you!

    From ablative to zeugma, it defines the tangled terms that infest Greek textbooks, grammars and lexicons.

    Here is the book to deliver you from late-night ponderings of the predicate and frantic fumings over the fricative. It is the indispensable lexicon to that third language that is neither Greek nor recognizable English: the technical vocabulary of grammarians, lexicographers, linguists and Greek instructors. What’s more, this pocket dictionary gives you the inside edge on the terminology of exegesis, textual criticism and biblical criticism.

    Careful definitions, helpful examples and copious cross-references make this economically priced, brief dictionary easy to use. And its convenient size will make it a constant companion in your study of the Greek New Testament.

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  • Strange Scriptures : Deciphering 52 Weird, Bizarre, And Curious Verses From


    What’s that Scripture mean?

    Ever asked yourself this question when you’re reading through the Bible? We all have. Whether we’ve been saved a long time or are just beginning to follow Christ, there are portions of Scripture that go over our heads. They’re puzzling. Odd. Complicated. Strange.

    *What’s baptism on behalf of the dead? (1 Corinthians 15:29)
    *Wasn’t it rude for Jesus to call a woman a dog? (Mark 7:27)
    *If Jesus is eternal, why is he called the firstborn? (Colossians 1:15)
    *How can we do greater works than Christ? (John 14:12)

    Scriptures like these are not preached from the pulpit as commonly as our favorite texts. You rarely hear about them in your small group Bible study. And it’s definitely not easy to explain what they mean.

    Think of it like this: if the Bible were an apple orchard, the Scriptures we’re most familiar with are like the luscious Honey Crisp. They’re our favorites. Like, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me and Love never fails. Oh, the meaning and relevant application from these just gushes forth into our lives.

    But strange Scriptures are more like crabapples. Consider this one: For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but cast them into hell and committed them to chains of gloomy darkness to be kept until the judgment (2 Peter 2:4). Not quite a Honey Crisp, is it? There’s juice in it, all right, but if you want meaning and life application, you have to do a whole lot more squeezing.

    That’s where Strange Scriptures comes in. Within each short study, author Chris Palmer has aimed to represent scholarship, Greek exegesis, and life application to bring forth a full-bodied study to nourish your soul.

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  • Strongest Strongs Exhaustive Concordance Of The Bible (Revised)


    The best, most accurate, and most up-to-date Strong’s concordance on the market.

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