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The Layman's Guide to REVELATIONS By Noel Smith
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The Book of Revelation is often avoided because of its multi-tude of symbols, descriptive phrases and overlapping passages. But do not despair. This marvellous book can be unders-tood! In fact, it... More > is the only book in the entire Bible that carries a promise of blessing for its readers: Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it; for the time is at hand (Revelation 1:3). It is the book that REVEALS: it is not the book that CON-CEALS! If God promises such a blessing for the reading of the Revelation, is it not reasonable that He has an immensely im-portant message to convey?< Less
The Layman’s Guide to JACOB By Noel Smith
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As we look at the life of Jacob, we'll be traveling back through time nearly 4,000 years into a semi-nomadic, Middle Bronze Age culture far removed from our own. Jacob is a troubling character in... More > the Old Testament. He is conniving and he is spiritual, too. He has moments of strong faith as well as fear. His family is sometimes in disarray, and yet at the end he is the one that sets it straight. Jacob is a bit too much like us, with very human strengths and weaknesses, but a man with a striving for spiritual things. From this imperfect man we learn important Chapters of faith. Especially, we learn about God's grace.< Less
The Layman's Guide to JAMES By Noel Smith
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James was a practical man. He had seen hypocrisy, in himself, in the Pharisees, in everyday Christians and he would have none of it. His letter to the early Christian churches is practical and... More > convicting. He talks about heart Christianity worked out in actions. He discusses love and then insists that Christian love can’t just say compassionate words to the hungry, love must feed them. James was Jesus' brother, a son of Joseph and Mary. During Jesus ministry he was a sceptic, but eventually he became the lead pastor of the Church at Jerusalem and help set the tone for the entire emerging Christian movement. The Letter of James is one of those no-nonsense New Testament books. James tells it like it is with no holds barred. He doesn't seem concerned that he'll offend someone. He just says it. I've found that the Letter of James is a great place in which to mine and refine practical Christian living.< Less
The Layman's Guide to Doctrine and Discipleship By Noel Smith
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The Lord Jesus commanded His disciples to “teach all men.” This is precisely what doctrine is: teaching or instruction in the faith once for all delivered to the saints.Is there a danger... More > in believing the wrong doctrine? What is the source of such erroneous teaching? The Apostle Paul provides illuminating insight regarding these questions. The understanding of, and obedience to, sound doctrine, is nothing else than submission to God. We live (obey) what we believe, and we believe what we are taught (doctrine). Hence, we must strive to know the Truth, believe the Truth, and teach the Truth. The word "disciple" means "a learner...not only a pupil, but an adherent...imitator of his teacher" Discipleship is the process of learning how to manifest the Christ-life in our lives that the Lord might be glorified and the world might be saved.< Less
The Layman's Guide to Understanding DANIEL By Noel Smith
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The Book of Daniel stands as a written work of mo-numental importance in the Old Testament. It is a composite of instructional passages, prophecies, human interest stories and personal challenges.... More > Each page is filled with words of wisdom that are presented in the poignant style of a man whose heart was fixed on God.< Less
The Layman's Guide to I and II Timothy By Noel Smith
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I and II Timothy along with Titus are known as the Pastoral Epistles, because they consist largely of pastoral advice on how to deal with problems in churches both in Ephesus and in Crete.
The Layman’s Guide to COLOSSIANS By Noel Smith
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To the immature, rule-keeping can feel more "religious" than a spiritual devotion to Christ himself. That was the temptation the Colossian church was facing. Their pastor trekked one... More > thousand miles to Rome from what is now Turkey to find Paul and ask him to write a letter that would lay out true Christianity for his church members, in order to protect them from false teachers intent on picking them off and persuading them to adopt another faith. Outward religion, is not the answer, says Paul. Christ is both supreme and sufficient; we need nothing beyond him to complete our faith. The letter provides us with one of the most compelling visions in all the New Testament of who Jesus Christ actually is, in all his majesty and glory, the image of the invisible God, existing before all things, Creator of everything, Sustainer, Head, Beginning, First-to-Be-Resurrected, the fullness of God in bodily form. Christ is preeminent!< Less
The Layman's Guide to HEBREWS By Noel Smith
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The Letter to the Hebrews points believers to the author and finisher of our faith -- Jesus Christ our Lord. In Hebrews he is depicted as Son of God as well as the one who humbled himself to be... More > human, "made like his brothers in every way." He is both our Sacrifice for sin as well as our merciful High Priest who brings us to God and strengthens us when we are weak. The book explains the costliness and the completeness of our salvation. Hebrews is one of the most powerful books in the New Testament. But we know little about its origins, authorship, recipients, and date, though some of these can be surmised.< Less
The Layman's Guide to REVELATIONS By Noel Smith
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The Book of Revelation is often avoided because of its multi-tude of symbols, descriptive phrases and overlapping passages. But do not despair. This marvellous book can be unders-tood! In fact, it... More > is the only book in the entire Bible that carries a promise of blessing for its readers: Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it; for the time is at hand (Revelation 1:3). It is the book that REVEALS: it is not the book that CON-CEALS! If God promises such a blessing for the reading of the Revelation, is it not reasonable that He has an immensely im-portant message to convey?< Less
The Layman’s Guide To THE LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS By Noel Smith
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The city of Philippi was named for Philip of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great, who seized the city in 358 B.C. from the Thracians. Octavius (Augustus Caesar) later made Philippi a Roman... More > colony. It was a principal city in Macedonia on the great Egnatian Way which extended from Rome to Byzantium, and traders from both eastern and western countries stopped there often. This made Philippi a strategic place for the spreading of the gospel. The church that Paul established in Philippi was probably the first in all of Europe. He may have visited the Philippian believers again when he journeyed from Ephesus to Macedonia.< Less

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