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Old Testament, part 5 of 5. text from official version (Elizabethan) used in Russia. Old Testament translated from the Septuagint. All profits will be donated to the Holy Resurrection Orthodox Sobor in Vancouver, BC. Language: Church Slavonic with contemporary Russian phonetics. Content for this book has been drawn from the following source: http://www.my-bible.info/biblio/bib_tsek_rus/index.html#q5
20/20 Vision on the Roof Top...Blind in Your Own House william oatman
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20/20 Vision on the Roof Top...Blind in Your House is the exciting story of King David's rise to rule an United Kingdom of Israel. This book also describes the tragic situations that occurred in King David's house due to his spiritual blindness. 20/20 Vision on the Roof Top...Blind in Your Own House gives Scriptural advice to help our families cope with present day problems that are similar to King David's - who was a man after God's own heart.
A Biblical Philosophy of Truth with Contemporary Applications Dr. Robert Fugate
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A Biblical Philosophy of Truth with Contemporary Applications begins with an exegetical and a theological examination of the subject of truth. This research is applied to both truth as an attribute of God and to God’s Word being truth. Untruth is examined in human depravity, in Satan and his demons, and in spiritual warfare. Various philosophical perversions of truth are discussed, e.g., modernist, postmodernist, and existentialist. The relationship between truth and liberty in a culture is examined, followed by a Biblical survey of pervasive untruth in times of national apostasy. Then these principles are applied, making applications to expose the rejection of truth in contemporary Amer ...
A Practical Analysis of the Book of Job Ben Cunningham
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Theme of the Bible book of Job is, "Why do the righteous suffer?" The Practical Analysis is a look at the misunderstanding suffered by Job, and a guide to our own growth when it seems that our world is falling apart. We can often question, Why us? Why now? Why me? Where is God? Yet all things are for our learning when we belong to Him, as the life and sufferings of Job teach us. The overriding statement in our approach is that we can always look at yesterday and today, and always see that "the future is not what is used to be," but God's people are still His people. Cover photo Becky Schultz Centofanti.
Behold, the Bridegroom! Travis Hunt
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A fresh commentary on the last book of the Holy Bible, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, by teacher and author Travis Hunt.
Birthright Pr. Maria Miculic
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Rediscover the biblical story of two brothers, Esau and Jacob, like you've never heard it before. Delve into a world of mystery and science, and find out who was the rightful heir to the birthright of Israel, a mystery that has gone unsolved for 4,000 years... until now.
Christ: Key to the Scripture - Adult Study Guide Book #1 of 3 Cecilia Dennery
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This book is a study guide that is a companion book to Christ and Covenant: Key to the Scripture.
Commentary on the Book of Ezra Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Ezra. It is believed by most Bible students that Ezra is the author of the book which bears his name. His great grandfather was Hilkiah who was the high priest during Josiah’s reign (Ezra 7:1; II Kings 22:8). Ezra’s priestly heritage can be traced back to Aaron (Ezra 7:1-5). It is noteworthy that the last two verses of II Chronicles and the first few verses of Ezra are almost identical, which leads some to believe that it is possible that Ezra may have authored both books of Chronicles. The book of Ezra deals with the return of the Jewish exiles to Jerusalem from Babylon, once their 70 years of captivity by Nebuchadnezzar had ended. Four ...
Commentary on the Book of Judges Robert Cavender
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The book of Judges is the second of the Historical books in the Old Testament. It picks up where Joshua leaves off and continues the narrative. The time period covered in the book is approximately three hundred years. The author of the book is not given in the text, but it is believed by some Bible students that Samuel may have been the author. Yet others surmise that King Hezekiah or possibly Ezra could have written the manuscript. In the book of Judges we see a vicious cycle repeated over and over again. First the children of Israel rebel against the LORD through idolatry, then comes judgement for their sin, later they repent and turn back to the LORD, then finally God sends a Judge ...

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