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—S. John xvii. 20, 21. —Te Deum. —S. Matt. vi. 10. is the that reveals Based on extensive research and meticulous scholarly readings of God's Word, Heaven is for Real: What The Bible Teaches Us About God's Promise to Us answers the fundamental questions of “The Kingdom of Heaven”—What is it? Who are the subjects of “The Kingdom of Heaven?­” And where is “The Kingdom of Heaven”? This book reveals to us the astounding truth, as clearly stated in the Bible, that t "Who then would enter in? Who would become subjects of the Kingdom of Heaven? The Lord Jesus declared at once, what modern missionary experience still finds to be the case, that little children were the most likely to become His subjects, and the fittest to enter into “The Kingdom of Heaven.­” Some mothers once brought their little ones for His blessing; and when the disciples were hindering their coming, “He was much displeased and said unto them, Suffer little children to come unto Me, and forbid them not; for of such is . . .

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This book is a Bible study on Proverbs. It consists of twenty -­seven themes including "Parents", "Children", "Fear of the Lord", "Self-­control, etc. in which verses that pertain to each theme are grouped together.

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"The Parables of Jesus" is the first offering in the new series ”Bible Study That Matters.­" This series was developed especially for those who are dissatisfied with the type of Bible study normally found in Sunday Schools, Bible study groups, and devotional guides. It's for those who want more than a few feel-­good platitudes and want to dive in to the biblical text and see what's really there. Written in a clear, conversational style, "The Parables of Jesus" gives a close-­up view of the major parables of Jesus. Helps you explore the parables and examine them from various angles. Common sense analysis encourages you to think and ponder. Explains and illustrates essential tools that will aid you not only in your study of parables, but in your study of the entire Bible. Focuses on what the Bible actually says, and what it does not say. This study does not spoon-­feed you other peoples' opinions. It helps you ask the hard questions and consider the hard issues so that you can develop . . .

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is written at a 5th grade reading level in order to reach the greatest number of people in the world. The original Greek New Testament was Koine (common) Greek. Let's face it, we could all use a little help with the most difficult New Testament books such as!

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Commissioned in 1975 by Thomas Nelson Publishers, 130 respected Bible scholars, church leaders, and lay Christians worked for seven years to create a completely modern edition of the King James Version that would continue the classic tradition of the original King James. With unyielding faithfulness to the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic texts, the translators applied the most recent research in archaeology, linguistics, and textual studies. The resulting work provides today's Bible reader with an accurate and modern translation of the Scriptures with the stylistic beauty and memorable quality of the King James.

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An experiment into the sources of the human brain through the mind of a young woman has gone horribly wrong. She has seen the great god Pan and will die giving birth to a daughter.­Twenty years later, fê­ted society hostess Helen Vaughan becomes the source of much fevered speculation. Many men are infactuated with her beauty, but great beauty has a price, and sometimes you have to pay with the only thing you have left...­The Great God Pan was a sensation when published in 1894. Its author, Arthur Machen, was a struggling unknown writer living in London. He had translated Casanova's memoirs and was living on a small inheritance. He immediately became one of the most talked-­about writers of the last years of the nineteenth century, while the publications marked the start of his ongoing influence on modern fantasy and horror.

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Everyone knows the New Testament begins with the Gospel of Matthew, but how many know Matthew was actually one of the later books to be written? (It wasn't even the first Gospel!­) But is not your typical New Testament. Marcus J. Borg, esteemed Bible scholar and bestselling author, shakes up the order of the New Testament as we know it by putting the books in a completely new order—the order in which they were written. By doing so, allows us to read these documents in their historical context. For the first time, see how the core ideas of Christianity took shape and developed over time. Borg surveys what we know of the Jewish community of Jesus followers who passed on their stories orally. Into this context emerges the apostle Paul, whose seven authentic letters become the first collected writings that would later become the New Testament. Borg offers helpful introductions for each book so that as we read through these biblical documents, spanning over a century in time, we see . . .

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These three short prophetic books of the Old Testament each contain a dual message. On one hand are messages of impending judgment---­for all peoples on the Day of the Lord, for an enemy of Israel, and for Israel herself. On the other hand are messages of great hope---­of the pouring out of God's Spirit, of restoration and renewal, and of a coming Messiah. Placing judgment and hope together in such a manner may seem paradoxical to a contemporary mindset. But the complete message of these prophets gives a fuller picture of God---­who despises and rightly judges sin and rebellion, but who also lovingly invites people to return to him so that he might bestow his wonderful grace and blessings. It is a message no less timely today than when these books were first written, and David W. Baker skillfully bridges the centuries in helping believers today understand and apply it. Most Bible commentaries take us on a one-­way trip from our world to the world of the Bible. But they leave us . . .

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(Apocalipsis-­7:­3,-­"No hagais daño a la tierra, ni al mar, ni a los arboles, hasta que hayamos sellado en sus frentes a los siervos de nuestro Dios". Para este verso de la Santa palabra yo diria que el mandato deberia de influenciar mas en las pequeñas Islas. Es por lo cual Dios hoy hace este llamado.

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Inspired by NASA projections and recorded history, Pastor John Hagee reveals direct connections between four upcoming blood-­moon eclipses and what they portend for Israel and all of humankind.­javascript:­NextPanel('Inventory-­Synopsis.­asp?­Format=50')

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