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15 Minutes a Day in Colossians julie coleman
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Have you noticed how secular philosophies have eroded the Biblical foundation of today's church? The first century church at Colosse had the same problem. False teachers were gaining ground, dismissing foundational truths and promising greater fulfillment and happiness in their convoluted religious teachings. In response, Paul penned his letter to the Christians in Colosse--an invaluable resource for every Christian. This study of Colossians is designed for the busy person interested in finding what God's Word has to say to the twenty-first century Christian. In less than a month, what you learn will transform your thinking and your life.
A Journal and Journey into Paul Charles Gerber
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I love Paul’s writing. He is arguably one of the most profound Christian authors of all time. His defense of the gospel (apologetics) is amazing. His writing style and insights are deep and awe inspiring.
APOSTLE PAUL ANTICHRIST JEFFREY DAUGHERTY
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George Noory: Host, Coast To Coast AM "Daugherty delivers inovation, talent and bravery." Steven Hairfield, PhD: Author A Metaphysical Interpretation of the Bible "Sheer genius in his portrayal of truth exposed." Apostle Paul Antichrist is the stunning New Testament story of how the Jesus Movement was hijacked and replaced by the original Matrix. It is a rolicking adventure in the style of The DaVinci Code, featuring characters from Alexander the Great and Nero to the heroes of the Bible, all in the midst of political intrigue, double agents, stunning historical revelations, and all woven together to show how Jesus' message of individual enlightenment and freedom ...
Aweighting the Lord Steve Ames
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Some critics of the New Testament would hypothesize the NT does not reflect an objective historical reality. One skeptic said, “I'm looking for a pattern (which may or may not exist) of Jesus gaining his divine status by degrees as the early Christian decades progressed.” In this 2007 response, Ames demonstrates, with faith building detail, the unquestionable deity of Christ.
Commentary on the Book of Philemon Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philemon.
Commentary on the Book of Philippians Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philippians
Commentary on the Book of Titus Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Titus
Commentary on the Books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians It is likely that these two epistles to the Thessalonian church were the earliest of the apostle Paul's writings. They were written from the city of Corinth in A.D. 50 or 51. The founding of this church is recorded in Acts 17:1-10. It was established during Paul’s second missionary trip. His companions on this journey were Silas and Timothy. Even though Paul and his preaching companions only ministered in Thessalonica for approximately three weeks (Acts 17:2), yet a strong and vibrant church emerged from their time spent there. Thessalonica was the capital and largest city of the Roman province in Macedonia.
Complete Commentary on The Book of Galatians David L. Hannah
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The Apostle Paul's letter to the church in Galatia served as a reminder that we cannot earn righteousness through our good behavior. Instead our righteousness is a gift of God through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, and it is only by God's grace that we can live acceptable to him through that sacrifice. In this book we will walk through the letter verse by verse in a hope to more fully grasp God's grace. This commentary was written by Pastor Dave Hannah of Walk of Grace Chapel, a church in Council Bluffs, IA. Visit http://www.walkofgrace.com for more information on Pastor Hannah.
I and II Corinthians in E-Prime with Interlinear Greek in IPA David Maas
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I and II Corinthians rendered into E-Prime by Dr. David F. Maas with Greek Interlinear in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)

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