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- Shiloh (Jesus, Our Promised Peace)
- El Roi (The God Who Sees Me)
- Spirit of Counsel (The Holy Spirit)
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The Bible Overview eBook provides an excellent summary of each book of the Bible. In less than 30 minutes, you will know the author, date, theme, purpose, recipient, outline and the key verse of each book in the Bible.
When you understand how the Bible is organized and what is important about each Book, it becomes much easier to study the Word of God. The Bible Overview shows you how the Old Testament is divided into the Books of the Law, History, Poetry & Wisdom, Major Prophets, and Minor Prophets. Similarly, the New Testament has its own collection of Books: The Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, Paul's Letters (Paul's Epistles), General Epistles and Revelation.
Below is an example:
• Who: Haggai
• What: Prophecy and hope
• Where: Judah When: c. 520 BC
• Why: To urge the people to complete rebuilding the Temple
• Outline (Chapter)
•Rebuild Temple (1)
•David's Throne (2)
• Key Verse: This is what I covenanted with you when you came out of Egypt. And my Spirit remains among you. Do not fear. (Haggai 2:5)
The Bible Overview eBook is an excellent Bible study resource for new believers or for anyone who wants to learn more about the Word of God.
The Passover is the Old Testament feast that celebrates and remembers God's liberation of Israel from Egypt. It also foreshadow's Christ's sacrifice on the cross. In just 14 pages, you will learn the history of this special day and the symbolism in the Passover that points to Jesus Christ. Christ in the Passover also includes a Passover seder that can be used by Christians year round.
14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long
Jews and some Christians celebrate the Passover as a holiday that commemorates God's miraculous rescue of Israel from Egyptian captivity. God instituted the Passover feast over 3,500 years ago to remind his people of how much he loved them. The Passover is meaningful to Christians today because it is packed with symbolism that points to Jesus Christ and how much he loves us.
Most people today do not observe Passover or understand its significance. Christ in the Passover looks at the origins and symbolism of the Passover and how the Old Testament Passover is relevant today through God’s Son, Jesus. Christ in the Passover shows six ways that the Passover in the Old Testament points to Jesus, who was called the “Lamb of God.”
This [Passover] is a day to remember. Each year, from generation to generation, you must celebrate it as a special festival to the LORD. This is a law for all time.
Christ in the Passover gives hundreds of facts at a glance, including:
The Passover story from the Bible - celebrating the Exodus from Egypt
The parallels between the Passover in the Old Testament and the work of Jesus Christ as the perfect Passover lamb in the New Testament. This is a good way of explaining the Jewish roots of Christianity.
The symbolism of the perfect lamb
The similarities between Passover and the Lord's Supper
A Christian Passover Seder script, with everything you will need, including the recipes. Our staff held a seder and it was very meaningful to everyone. It takes only 30 minutes and is good for all ages. Children have fun finding the hidden matzah bread that symbolizes Jesus. The Christian Seder can be used at home, in a small group, a classroom or a Bible study.
Why is the Passover story important for Christians today?
At some point, you will face hard times, tough problems, and unfair circumstances. It's good to know that when times are tough, God loves you and watches out for you. Passover is a reminder of God's control over earthly events and ultimate victory over sin and death. Christ in the Passover will increase your faith in God as you learn that Jesus was sent to earth to become the Passover Lamb for all humanity.
ECPA Platinum Book Award Winner - Over 1 million copies sold! Christianity, Cults and Religions is the Best-Selling Cults and Religions Comparison Chart. It helps you compare cults, sects, and religions.
This New 7th Edition Compares 2 More Religious Groups!
No other Side-by-Side Cults and Religions Chart Gives this Concise Information: A Brief Overview of the Beliefs of each Religious Group in 150 Words or Less.
Christianity, Cults and Religions will help you know what you believe and why! This pamphlet compares the beliefs of 21 world religions, sects, cults, and new religious groups side by side from a Christian point of view. Christianity, Cults and Religions Comparison Chart makes a good cults comparison handout for Bible Studies, Sunday school classes, and homeschool curriculum. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long.What Makes Christianity, Cults and Religions Pamphlet
The Best-Selling Religions Comparison Chart
- Well-researched. Researched by some of the top apologists and scholars in the field including Paul Carden, former co-host of "Bible Answer Man" radio program, H. Wayne House, Ph.D., Robert Bowman Jr., executive director of IRR, and James Bjornstadt, Ph.D.
- Short and concise. Christianity, Cults and Religions is an excellent short overview with brief summaries of the beliefs and basic history of 21 world religions, sects, cults, and new religious movements.
- Up to date. Christianity, Cults and Religions the most up-to-date comparison chart from a Christian perspective available in print.
- More groups than any other side-by-side comparison chart in print. Christianity, Cults and Religions features more religions, sects, and new religious movements than other comparative pamphlet. It includes groups others do not mention, including Scientology, Bahá'í, Wicca, and Nation of Islam.
Christianity, Cults and Religions
World Religions and Related Sects Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
- Islam Shi'a
- Islam Sunni
- Hare Krishna
- Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
- Nation of Islam
- Transcendental Meditation (TM)
- Bahá'í World Faith
Christianity and Offshoots Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
- Seventh-day Adventism
- Mormonism (Latter-day Saints or Mormons)
- Jehovah's Witnesses
- Christian Science
- Unification Church (Sun Myung Moon)
- Unity School of Christianity
- New Age Movement
Other Groups Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
- Scientology (Dianetics)
The 14-panel Christianity, Cults & Religions Chart is an excellent way to teach the key beliefs and practices of biblical Christianity and how it compares to other religions and cults. The pamphlet's concise nature makes it easy to see and understand how the religions and cults differ as well as what they may have in common.
How does the Spirit work in and through believers? The answers are found in this eBook, The Fruit of the Spirit. In less than 30 minutes, you will understand Galatians 5: 22, 23, and the nine traits that are listed as the Fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. The Fruit of the Spirit is an excellent tool for teaching, devotions, or for reference when you are asked about the importance of the Holy Spirit in the believer’s life.
Both the Old and New Testament refer to the importance of "fruit.” For Christians, the Fruit of the Spirit represent the outward or visible growth believers experience in Christ through the Holy Spirit. That's why this teaching is so important. The Fruit of the Spirit eBook is an excellent resource that will show you how the Spirit works in and through believers to achieve a true change in action and behavior.
"But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law." Galatians 5:22, 23
The Fruit of the Spirit study is an excellent study for believers at any level of spiritual growth or maturity. Believers will spend a lifetime seeking the fruit in their lives. The Fruit of the Spirit eBook provides insight to how the fruit of the Spirit was evident in the life of Jesus. For example - According the Apostle Paul, a fruit of the Spirit is "love." The Fruit of the Spirit eBook defines love this way: Love is not based on emotions or feelings. It is a decision to be committed to the well being of others without any conditions or circumstances.
The Fruit of the Spirit eBook includes:
• A definition for each fruit of the Spirit
• How each fruit was exemplified in Jesus' life
• Scripture references that show the fruit manifested in someone's life
• The Greek word for each of the fruit of the Spirit, including:
• The word for love is agape
• The word for joy is chara
The Fruit of the Spirit eBook offers four powerful verses that define Good Fruit as well as a list of Bad Fruit, which includes: greed, anger, drunkenness, and evil desires, among others.
From Moses to Gutenberg, easily find out how we got the Bible we have today and discover why we can trust it with this highly-visual and easy-to-understand handbook on the history of Bible! Dive into the fascinating stories of the people who risked their lives to print and distribute the Word of God (Tyndale, Wycliffe, etc). Perfect for personal or small group use.
Have you ever wondered where the Bible came from? Who wrote the books of the Bible and how did they end up together? Perhaps you have been asked by a friend or coworker about books that were cut out of the Bible. Through seven dynamic chapters in How We Got the Bible, expert Dr. Timothy Paul Jones will guide you through all the important questions about the Holy Bible to show you why it can be trusted. Filled with dramatic stories and highly-visual charts and illustrations, this exciting Bible History handbook will take you from the earliest clay tablets and papyrus copies to the first bound Bible and the various Bible translations that we use today!
With this Bible history handbook, you will discover—
- 3 Ways the Bible is Unlike Any Other "Holy Book"
- What it means when we say that the Bible is inspired and inerrant
- What people did to preserve the text of the Bible over the centuries
- How we know that the Old and New Testament is reliable
- The stories behind names like John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Gutenberg, and King James I
Explore how God communicates with us through his written Word and how it came to be! Easily understand why the Bible recording process isn't just a giant game of Telephone. Get a rich overview of Bible history at a glance, whether you're reading this for your personal enrichment or with your church small group. This book is perfect for young adults and adult studies.
Find Out Fascinating Facts on the History of the Bible
Find out fascinating facts as you get a solid overview of Bible-making history. In a fun and highly visual way, expert Dr. Timothy Paul Jones brings history to life. Enjoy learning important terms, key Scripture, and incredible insight that will help you establish a strong understanding of the Bible's reliability.
- The text of the Bible is better preserved than the writing of Plato or Aristotle.
- There is more than 99% agreement between all of the known manuscripts of the Bible.
- There are over 5,700 manuscripts of the New Testament compared to 210 surviving copies of Plato.
- Every book in the New Testament was written down before the eyewitnesses of Jesus passed away.
How We Got the Bible Chapters Include—
- Chapter 1: What's So Special About the Bible?
How We Got the Old Testament
- Chapter 2: How Did the Old Testament Get from God to You?
- Chapter 3: Which Books Belong in the Old Testament?
How We Got the New Testament
- Chapter 4: Can We Trust the New Testament?
- Chapter 5: Who Created the New Testament Canon?&
Almost every person in the Bible belonged to one of the 12 Tribes of Israel based on their ancestry: From Moses who was a Levite to the Apostle Paul who was Benjaminite. Each tribe had its own history, land, and heritage. Now you can easily grasp the "backstory" of each tribe and see key information at a glance! For example, find out the significance of Jesus being called the "Lion of Judah." For each of the 12 Tribes of Israel, you will get—
A quick overview of its meaning, size, family history, location, and more.
A picture of the tribe's symbol (such as the lion from the Tribe of Judah)
Simple summary of Jacob's blessing, Moses' blessing, and other key events related to each tribe. (Find out the major battles, controversies, and scandals that impacted each tribe. Plus, see which important Bible people came from each tribe of Israel.)
Features Incredible Visual Aids (Map of Israel, Tabernacle Diagram, and more)
This pamphlet is packed with visual aids that will help you see key information at a glance. These visuals will enrich your understanding of the 12 Tribes of Israel and add depth to any Old Testament study:
Family Tree of Jacob (Israel)
Tabernacle diagram showing where each of the 12 tribes encamped around the Tabernacle.
Time Line showing key events, starting with Abraham's journey from Haran
Easy-to-read, full-color map showing how the "promised land" was divided amongst each of the 12 tribes according to their inheritance. The map is color-coded so you can easily spot each tribe's location!
Find out Fascinating Facts about the Twelve Tribes of Israel:
From the largest tribe (Judah) to the smallest (Simeon), this pamphlet is packed with fascinating facts on each of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Here's just 4 quick facts about the Tribe of Judah:
The tribe of Judah led the other tribes on their march toward the Promised Land.
This tribe of Judah camped on the east side of the tabernacle—the only side with an entrance (Num. 2).
Jesus, Caleb, David, and Micah all came from the tribe of Judah.
Judah means "praise" and its symbol is the lion. (Note: This is why Jesus is known as the Lion of Judah).
See the 12 Tribes of Israel Throughout the Old and New Testament
As you read the unfolding history in the Bible, it's helpful to pay attention to how God worked through the 12 tribes of Israel to fulfill his purposes—especially his purpose of bringing from the tribe of Judah, Jesus the Savior, the "Lion of Judah."
In Genesis, the first book of the Bible, we see God working through a family: Jacob and his 12 sons (who represent the 12 Tribes of Israel).
Jesus came from the smallest clan from the Tribe of the Judah.
In the New Testament, he uses the Apostle Paul (a Benjaminite) to spread the gospel message to the Gentiles.
In Revelation, the last book of the Bible, we are reminded of a remnant of 144,000 people sealed by God—12,000 from each of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Here's a list of the 12 Tribes along with key people:
Judah (Jesus, Caleb, David)
Benjamin (Jeremiah, Mordecai, Paul)
Manasseh (Joshua, Deborah, Samuel)
Who were the 12 men who were the closest to Jesus? The Twelve Disciples takes you inside "the circle" to learn more about Jesus' devoted followers, their backgrounds, their strengths and weaknesses, their purpose, and their mission. The Twelve Disciples takes a look at the disciples' personalities, their encounters with Jesus, and the lessons we can learn from those who knew Jesus best while he was on earth. This bestselling resource is an excellent tool to help you learn about those who were the closest to Jesus and what it takes to be a disciple of Jesus today.
What do you know about the disciples who learned at Jesus' feet? The Twelve Disciples contains a close-up on the 12 ordinary men who Jesus trained to care for his church: Peter, James (son of Zebedee), Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James (son of Alphaeus), John, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot.
What was the purpose and mission of the 12 disciples? Below are a few of the facts you will learn in this fascinating pamphlet:
Each of the disciples were from the Galilee region except for Judas.
The disciples were Jesus' main focus of instruction.
Jesus was very aware of each one's strengths and weaknesses.
Jesus trusted them to carry God's message of redemption to the ends of the earth.
The Twelve Disciples reveals the personality and character of the disciples. For example, Peter was impulsive and courageous whereas John was bold yet vengeful. Each disciple had unique and personal encounters with Jesus that helps us learn more about how we can improve our relationship with Jesus today
Peter was called to be a fisher of men (Matthew 4:19).
James was with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36-46).
Andrew told Jesus about the boy with five loaves of bread and two fish (John 20:19-25).
Thomas affirmed that Jesus was Lord and God (John 21:2-7).
What do you know about the 39 followers of Jesus, outside of the disciples, who are mentioned by name in the New Testament? Yes, there are 39 other key people who were significant to Jesus and the church, including: Cleopas, Joanna, Judas (brother of Jesus), Mary Magdalene, Luke, Apollos, and dozens of others. The Twelve Disciples provides information about these important people and Scripture references so you can learn more about the friends of Jesus and those who were instrumental in starting His Church.
In full-color, every fact in The Twelve Disciples includes a Scripture reference. Each of these 12 men will give you new insights into how you life can change by walking with Jesus. This pamphlet is an ideal resource for a Sunday school class or a small group Bible study.
Both my husband and I found [The Twelve Disciples] surprisingly rich in information and historical facts concerning the characters, lives and deaths of Jesus' 12 disciples. My husband found it useful too for his sermons and we were surprised by some facts that we didn't know about the so-much-studied disciples.
Myrtia (Customer review from CBD.com)
The Armor of God eBook helps bring Apostle Paul's message in Ephesians 6:10-18 to life. In less than 30 minutes, you will know the key teachings about the spiritual armor God makes available for all believers. The Armor of God eBook provides historically accurate images and descriptions of a Roman Centurion's armor, then draws important correlations to the spiritual armor God gives believers: the Belt of Truth, the Breastplate of Righteousness, Feet Prepared with Gospel of Peace, The Shield of Faith, The Helmet of Salvation, and the Sword of the Spirit.
This eBook will help you put on the full armor of God when you face temptations and struggles. The key to The Armor of God are the insights brought by Paul's knowledge of a Centurion's armor. Having an accurate picture of a Centurion's armor is important to understanding this portion of Scripture. Rose has accurately illustrated the Centurion's armor in The Armor of God so you can see each piece of armor, understand its historical background, and see how it applies to our spiritual battles today.
In The Armor of God, you will see:
• A detailed description of God's armor
• Historical background on how the armor was put on and its purpose
• The application of the armor to our lives today, such as how the "Belt of Truth" prepares believers to be truthful
• Other biblical passages
This eBook also presents:
• A verse-by-verse look at Ephesians 6:10-18 alongside an illustration of a Roman Centurion in full armor
• Background information on Paul, his missionary journey, and life in Ephesus
• Scriptural references that help you in spiritual warfare by contrasting the "Devil's Schemes" with God's armor.
• For example: One of the Devil's schemes to lie. God's armor is Truth. Proverbs 14:25 is a good reminder of how God can help you stand firm.
The Armor of God eBook is an excellent personal or group study resource if you want to take a close look at Paul's description of the Armor of God.
Two young Harvard MBAs on the fast track to wealth and success tell their story of God's transforming power and how Scripture brought them to the startling conclusion that they should give the majority of their money away to those in need. Packed with compelling case studies, research, and practical strategies, God and Money offers an honest look at what the Bible says about generous giving. No matter what your salary may be, God and Money shows you how you can reap the rewards of radical generosity in your own life.
*100% of the author royalties goes toward Christian ministries focused on spreading the Gospel and providing for those in need*
"John and Greg realize what everyone should know—that middle-class Americans are among the richest people in world history. It's time for Christ-followers to understand that God has bigger purposes than increasing our standard of living—He wants us to increase our standard of giving." —Randy Alcorn, from the Foreword of God and Money
John Cortines and Gregory Baumer met as Harvard MBA candidates in a men's Bible study and stopped asking "How much should I give?" and started asking "How much do I need to keep?" With their top-notch education and rising careers, Cortines and Baumer were guaranteed comfort and security for the rest of their lives. However, when their plans for saving and spending collided with God's purposes for extravagant generosity, they were each compelled to make a life-changing decision that challenges the values held by mainstream America and many Christian commentators. Cortines and Baumer show not only how to radically give, but explain how to do so responsibly.
Dive into the story and get equipped with the practical tools to—
- Easily set budgets for spending
- Wisely steward your money
- Prepare and save for your future—home ownership, retirement, higher education, etc...
- Know what the Bible says about money, tithing, and faith
- Discern when to give and when not to give
Featuring lessons from the Bible, modern day case studies, and practical ways to apply biblical principles no matter what situation you're in, God and Money provides an incredible look into what the Bible says about—
- Tithing and Christian giving
- Wealth and stewardship
- Faith and generosity
- Love of money
- And so much more!
From the parables of the Rich Young Ruler to the Widow's Mite, the Bible shows us that how we manage our money is critical to our relationship with God. God and Money uses these parables and more to teach you to save, spend, and steward your money in a biblical way by planting God's purposes at the heart of your practices.
Discover the 7 Core Principles of Wealth and Giving
Authors Cortines and Baumer pack 2,350 verses on money into 7 practical principles that can be applied to your life and finances on a daily basis. From shopping for groceries to your first down payment on a home, apply these reliable guidelines with ease and clarity—
- Everything we "own" actually belongs to God
- Giving should be voluntary, generous, cheerful, and needs-based
- Giving generously breaks down the power of mo
Experience the peace, joy, and hope that come from deepening your understanding of who God is with Rose's 100 Names of God Christian devotional. From Adonai to Jehovah-Jireh, each daily devotion ushers you into the very presence of God by having you reflect on who He is.
Based on Rose's #1 selling pamphlet, Names of God, this Christian devotional covers five times as many names as the original pamphlet and features daily reflections, thought-provoking questions, powerful prayers, and stunning graphics not offered anywhere else! From Adonai to Yahweh, enjoy not only covering 100 names of God, but worshiping him one name at a time with this easy-to-use daily names of God Bible study! Each devotion is short enough to read in just 5-minutes and deep enough to enrich your quiet times with the Lord as you discover the promise and hope of each name:
- Adonai — means "The Lord" or "My Great Lord"
- El Shaddai — "The All-Sufficient One"
- Jehovah-Rapha — "The Lord Who Heals"
- Jehovah-Jireh — "The Lord Who Provides"
Each of the daily devotions covers:
- 1 specific name of God (such as Elohim)
- Its meaning
- Encouraging explanation and inspirational reflection
- Other related Scripture and cross references
- Personal question, prayer, and practical application
Tap into the incredible beauty and wonder of God's names with every page of this Christian devotional and develop a deeper relationship with your Creator, Protector, and Father. 160 pages, padded hard cover. Size: 5 x 8 inches.
Worship God One Name At Time with this Christian Devotional
In the Bible we discover dozens of titles and names of God, and now you can cherish them all in one devotional! Each name reveals an important attribute of God's nature or reminds us of His care for us. In those names we find new reasons to worship God, to trust Him, and to praise Him more. Dive into 100 easy-to-read devotions that are packed with fresh insights and deepen your understanding of who God is every day!
What makes this 100 Names of God Devotional special?
- Full color
- It makes an attractive gift for someone you love
- Simple daily format
- Easy-to-use index for quick reference
- Instant ready-to-use 6-week Bible study
- Makes for an excellent repeatable study
In the 100 Names of God devotional, readers will be renewed with a deeper sense of hope as they are lead to the very heart of God and the good news of who he is.
Pray Through the 100 Names of God
Enjoy 100 prayers in this daily devotional that will usher you into God's presence with care and intention every day. Each name in this Christian devotional is offered with a prayer that readers will follow the psalmist's lead in saying, "I will praise God's name in song and glorify him with thanksgiving" (Psalm 69:30).