ROSE BOOK OF BIBLE CHARTS, MAPS and TIME LINES. The 2007 #1 Bible Reference book according in the CBA Core InventoryNow you can have 180 pages of fantastic full-color Bible charts, maps, and time lines in one spiral bound book. Reproducible. If you bought all of these charts separately, you would pay more than $250.
Rose Bible Basics: Parables and Other Bible Studies will help you see the love of God through some of your favorite Bible passages. Each chapter provides basic tools for interpreting and applying Scripture so you can learn how to walk in step with God's plan for your life. Your small group or Sunday school class will enjoy studying these favorite biblical passages found in Rose Bible Basics: •Parables and Other Bible Studies: •Parables of Jesus - insights into God's Kingdom life •Life of Joseph - on the purpose of suffering •Psalm 23 - comfort during difficult times •Life of David - God's power in the lives of flawed people •Esther - Answers the question, "Where is God when life is unfair? •1 Corinthians 13 (Love Chapter: patience, kindness, perseverance) Rose Bible Basics: Parables and Other Bible Studies also includes a six-session study guide.
Whether you are teaching people with no Bible experience or those who have studied the Bible for a long time, the best-selling How to Study the Bible ebook provides an excellent introduction to personal Bible study. This full-color ebook is ideal for teachers who want to provide information on studying the Bible in a quick, easy-to-use format. How to Study the Bible has concise steps for personal preparation, descriptive resources and reference information, and a step-by-step approach for inductive Bible study that teaches students to dig deeper into God's Word. How to Study the Bible shows how to approach Bible studies in an organized and life-touching way. This is Bible study made easy! The content is self-explanatory and is both easy to present and easy to use. Following the Bible study ebook you can learn how to explore the Bible, how to improve Bible skills, how to understand what the Scriptures means as a whole, as well as the Bible's real-life application on a personal level. How to Study the Bible encourages the pursuit of personal study and a deeper, more rewarding experience with God. How to Study the Bible presents these and many other important topics: •Why study the Bible •How to begin studying •Basic principles of Bible Study •Inductive Bible study •Basic Bible verses, passages and books of the Bible to study •Study tools and Bible reference resources like study Bibles •And the S.O.I.L. (four-step approach) that explains how to dig deeper into the Bible. Bible study leaders and teachers who use the How to Study the Bible ebook give students every opportunity to enjoy the lifelong adventure and spiritual discipline of Bible study. In addition to a systematic approach to studying the Bible, the ebook provides helpful instruction for personal growth and discovery that include: •The importance of keeping God's over-all plan in mind, the perspective of history and geography of Bible times, and the various forms of literature within the Bible •How to begin using inductive Bible study that asks, What does the Bible teach? rather than How do I prove my opinions by using the Bible? •Bible passages and topics to study •Applying the teachings of the Bible to everyday life •Key Scriptures to memorize. Those who use How to Study the Bible will develop the confidence to read and study God's Word on their own with a new passion. There's really not an easier way to teach others How to Study the Bible. Topical index: basic principles, Bible software, Bible studies, commentaries, concordances, how to study, inductive Bible study, key passages, life application, parables, passage study, poetry, principles of study, prophecy, studies for beginners, topical Bible
Islam & Christianity: Compares Basic Teachings and Beliefs Islam & Christianity is a short ebook that can be read in 30 minutes or less and compares the basic beliefs of Christians and Muslims (followers of Islamic faith) on eight different topics. Using an easy-to-follow format, this bestselling ebook helps believers understand the key differences between Muslims and Christian. It looks at key issues and asks, "What Muslims Believe," "What Christians Believe," and addresses "How to Correct Misunderstandings." With this knowledge, you can reach out to Muslim without offending cultural sensitivities. More than one billion people around the world follow the teachings of Muhammad and Islam. Islam & Christianity is an excellent tool for pastors, teachers and others who are interested in discovering the beliefs that Christians and Muslims have in common and those that are different. This tool will help pastors and leaders equip missions-minded believers to avoid common witnessing mistakes and to be more sensitive about sharing their faith with Muslims. Discover what Muslims have been taught about Christianity and how to answer their questions and concerns. The Islam & Christianity ebook addresses eight key areas: •Religious History •Who God is •The Holy Scriptures •Prophets •Practices and Rituals •Salvation and Paradise •The Role of Women •Religion and Culture Here are a few of the interesting facts that teachers and their students will encounter in studying Islam & Christianity: •Muslims believe Muhammad is the final prophet, but that Jesus was born of a virgin and lived a sinless life. •Many Muslims misunderstand the concept of the Trinity. • Some Muslims are worried that Western society will corrupt their children because of the images they see on TV and magazines. •Muslims are committed to the Five Pillars of religion. •In Islam, there is no savior; Allah is supreme. Islam & Christianity also provides this insightful and helpful information: •More than a dozen Do's and Don'ts of reaching out to Muslims, including: •Do make it clear you are a Christian •Don't argue •Do be sensitive to cultural manners: men should speak with men, women with women •When sitting don't point the sole of your shoe toward anyone. •Notes and additional references on Islam •A mini-glossary of 17 words that are key to connecting with and understanding Muslims
52 Key Bible Stories is a wonderful introduction for anyone who wants to know the basics of the Christian faith. Each Bible story has a key theme and synopsis, as well as an invitation to learn more in the Bible. Use 52 Key Bible Stories for: •Discipleship groups •Small group studies •Personal Bible studies •New believers •Family devotions •Weekly Bible studies •As an introduction for unchurched people 52 Key Bible Stories has brief summaries of some of the most popular stories in the Bible as well as stories that will encourage your faith. In our culture, TV and movies have often rewritten these stories and changed the message. 52 Key Bible Stories will help you find the real story of God's love and mercy. 52 Key Bible Stories includes details on: •Adam and Eve •The Call of Abraham •Joseph in Egypt •Moses and the Burning Bush •The Plagues and the Passover •Ten Commandments • Samson and Delilah •David and Goliath • Anointing of King David • David and Bathsheeba •Elisha healing Naaman •Nehemiah rebuilding the wall •And many more.
The bestselling Names of God Christian ebook is a wonderful tool for understanding God's character and personal attributes. The 21 names of God, found throughout the Old Testament, will build your faith and enrich the time you spend in his presence. This full- color ebook offers an easy-to-use chart format for learning God's names and their meaning such as El Shaddai (The All-Sufficient One), Jehovah-Rapha (The Lord Who Heals), and YHWH (I Am). Each name of God holds a special blessing or promise for those who believe in God. This ebook will add dimension to your time spent before God in prayer and in praise and worship. Each of God's names are listed along with their meaning, application, Bible reference, and pronunciation/comments The 21 Names of God are: •Adonai •Jehovah Jireh •El (the Strong One) •Jehovah-Mekaddishkem (Jehovah Mekaddishkem) •El Elohe Yisrael •Jehovah-Nissi (Jehovah Nissi) •El Elyon •Jehovah-Rapha (Jehovah Rapha) •Elohim •Jehovah-Rohi (Jehovah Rohi) •El Olam •Jehovah- Sabaoth (Jehovah Sabaoth) •El Roi •Jehovah-Shalom (Jehovah Shalom) •El Shaddai •Jehovah-Shammah (Jehovah-Shammah) •Immanuel •Jehovah Tsidkenu •Jehovah •Yah or Jah •YHWH In addition to explaining the names of God and their meanings, this Christian ebook offers suggestions on using this tool during personal reflection, including: •The importance of knowing about The Lord of Hosts •The Names of God in Psalm 23 •How to use the ebook to worship God, one name at a time. The Names of God Christian ebook is an excellent addition to times spent in devotion, prayer, praise and worship. Using New Testament Scripture references, the ebook also reveals the names that God shares with Jesus, such as: •El Olam, The Beginning and the End •YHWH-Rohi, The Lord is my Shepherd •Immanuel, God With Us, among many others
Following Jesus is an easy-to-use Christian discipleship guide. It helps you mentor believers to grow in faith. This short booklet is a basic Christian discipleship curriculum that covers the key topics including "Salvation, Sin and Forgiveness, "Prayer, Bible Study & Church," "Fears, Doubts & Trust," "Spiritual Gifts, Giving & Sharing," and "Reliability of the Christian Faith." Following Jesus answers the big question for every new believer, "I'm a Christian, so now what?" Studying the handy 12-page booklet helps believers get on the right path and begin to find their place in God's family -- a family that serves the Lord and loves others. The Christian walk is not about rules, but a relationship between a loving God and his beloved children (Romans 5:6-11). The booklet also provides a list of suggested key verses for the new believer to learn and memorize. 5 Key Areas of Christian Discipleship from Following Jesus Discipleship Guide 1. Salvation, Sin & Forgiveness •How can I be sure that I'm saved? •Can God forgive me? •What if I sin again? 2. Prayer, Bible study and Church •How do I pray? •How do read the Bible? •Do need to go to church? 3. Fears Doubt and Trust •What about fears and doubts? •Can God be trusted? •What's my purpose in life? 4. Spiritual Gifts, Giving and Sharing •What are spiritual gifts and talents? •What about giving? •How do I tell others? 5. Reliability of the Christian Faith •Is the Bible reliable? •Is following Jesus the only way to be saved? •Is there evidence for the resurrection •The Journey
The Ten Commandments The Ten Commandments is an ideal Bible study resource for youth and adults. This ebook can be read in 30 minutes and shows both the traditional and contemporary wording of each of the 10 Commandments, a principle and the meaning of each commandment, what Jesus taught about the commandments, and why the 10 Commandments are important today. Below is an example of the information you will find in The Ten Commandments: •Commandment 3 - Do Not Misuse God's Name •Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain. •Principle- •God's name is holy, powerful and glorious. •Meaning- •God's name is holy and should be treated with respect. there is power in the LORD's name and it shouldn't be used lightly. Because God is Spirit, we know Him through what He says about Himself, to take His name in vain violates God's nature. As God's creation, everything a person says and does should be done in order to praise and glorify God. (1 Corinthians 10:31) •Bible examples- •When a man named Shelomith blasphemed the name of God with a curse, the Lord commanded that he be taken outside the camp and stoned to death. (Leviticus 24:10-16) •Jesus was accused of blasphemy because He claimed to be God. (John 10:33) •James warned believers to watch what they say because the tongue is capable of evil and poison and can easily corrupt a person. (James 3:5-9) •Jesus' Teaching- •Jesus said, "...every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven...But I tell you that men will have to give account on the day of judgment for every careless word they have spoken. For by your words, you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned." (Matthew 12:31, 36, 37) •Jesus said to begin praying with: "Our Father in heaven, hollowed be your name." (Matthew 6:9) •Explanations: •Jews and Jewish scribes would go to great measures in order to avoid saying or writing the LORD's name for fear of blasphemy. The Bible says we are to pray, heal, and baptize in Jesus' name. (Matthew 28:19, Mark 16:17, John 14:13, Acts 3:6) •The Bible says that what we say is very important and it is a glimpse into who we are (James 3:9-12). God loves us and wants us to love and worship Him in whatever we are doing and at all times. God wants us to use His name; it is holy and powerful. If we can show respect for the names of our fathers, mothers, teachers and doctors, then how much more should we respect the name of our sovereign God. The Ten Commandments breaks the 10 Commandments into two main divisions: commandments about our relationship to God and commandments about our relationship to other people. This ebook is also a great resource on the history of the commandments and why The Ten Commandments were revolutionary for their time.
Evidence for the Resurrection - Answers to Skeptics Questions Was Jesus a real person? Is there evidence that he rose from the dead? Can you trust the witnesses? The bestselling Evidence for the Resurrection ebook answers each question and addresses each theory with historical, archaeological, and cultural proofs. This 12 page ebook which can be read in half an hour, presents evidence and logic that has convinced critics over the years and will equip you to with the right information when you talk to someone who questions the resurrection story. Evidence for the Resurrection is perfect for Easter, Resurrection Sunday, discipleship, new members, confirmation, and outreach. Evidence for the Resurrection addresses 11 common objections and theories held by skeptics. The objections include: •Jesus was a mythological figure •Jesus was just a man •Jesus' followers made it all up •The witnesses were unreliable •The physical resurrection of Jesus was not that important to the early Church •The New Testament is not reliable •The resurrection is not important Theories held by skeptics include: •The eyewitnesses hallucinated •Jesus did not die on the cross •Jesus' body was stolen •Everyone went to the wrong tomb For each of the objections and theories, Evidence for the Resurrection provides an answer from eyewitnesses who wrote the Scriptures, historical Church documents, and ancient archaeology records, among others. The evidence in this short ebook will cause even long-time believers to celebrate the glory of the resurrection with each reading. Evidence for the Resurrection also includes a one-page answer to the question, "What is the Resurrection?" and a page of "Closing Statements," that includes additional evidence that Jesus lived, died, and was resurrected from the dead. Additional references are also provided.
Psalm 23 - The Beloved Psalm Brought To Life Psalm 23 has been read and cherished by countless generations and is considered the most popular psalm in the Bible. Easily read in 30 minutes or less, Psalm 23 is a great Bible study tool that provides a number of scriptural references that shows the importance of following the good shepherd. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long Now you can get an insider's look at what Psalm 23 is all about — a view from the shepherd. Learn how - •Psalm 23 reveals the yearly cycle of sheep moving through their pastures • A nomadic shepherd cared for his flock • Danger, drama, and salvation from death figured into shepherding •Sheep learned to trust and recognize their shepherd •Compare rod and staff references throughout the Bible. The Psalm 23 pamphlet is a word-by-word study of this cherished psalm, providing a meaning and an application for each phrase, as well as related Bible passages. For example: "He restores my soul" • Meaning - God cares for and keeps my heart and mind. • Sheep may become "cast," stuck on their backs, unable to get up. A downcast sheep is one that has rolled over into a depression and cannot right itself to stand. In this condition, a sheep struggling to raise itself may quickly become dehydrated in the simmer sun. A cast sheep is also easy prey for wild animals. top heavy, body down in a hole, legs flailing the air, a sheep in this state is a funny sight to see - funny, but also helpless. • Application - We can trust God for the needs of the body and spirit. • How has God restored your soul? • Related Passages - John 16:33; 17:13; Psalms 42:11 Psalm 23 also includes a number of charts that compare a shepherd's duties with Jesus' actions, Old and New Testament shepherding imagery, Scripture references that show how different people in the Bible use their rod and/or staff, and other information that will help you with your daily walk the Lord.