Every born-again child of God has a past that is forgiven, a present worth living, and a future that is out of this world!
The Word of God describes many wonderful events that we have to look forward... More > to when this life is over. God has prepared things for His children that have never even entered into the minds or hearts of men. In this book, we are going to be taking a panoramic view of eternal life. We will begin with the Bible doctrine of Paradise, and then move forward to cover a wide range of heavenly topics, ending with new heavens, a new earth, and the New Jerusalem at the dawn of eternity.
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The Book of Galatians deals with legalism - the addition of works to God's plan of salvation. The Galatian churches were being deceived by a false gospel of works and religious ordinances. The... More > premise of Galatians is that salvation is the gift of God, purchased by the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, and received through personal faith in Christ as Saviour. This salvation is full, free, and forever. 25 chapters. 251 pages.< Less
To many Christians, the word "theology" conjures images of dusty, leather-bound volumes read by even dustier scholars in secluded corners of a seminary. However, no subject is more exciting... More > than true theology - because theology is the study of GOD as He has revealed Himself to us in the Bible. "The Eternal Refuge" contains 26 chapters dealing with God's attributes, character, and expectations for us.< Less
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The Book of Esther is one of the most dramatic stories of the Bible. The twelve lessons in this book reveal the providence of God, the wickedness of Haman, and the courage of... More > Esther.< Less
We live in a confused time in which concrete standards of right and wrong have been replaced by a blurry, murky relativism in which every man does what is right in his own eyes. This book presents... More > what the Bible says is right in all the major areas of life. Fifteen chapters.< Less
The thirty-nine Books of the Old Testament present a startling, clear, precise picture of Christ, the promised Messiah, the Saviour of the world. His entire life was forecast in the Old Testament.... More > Every aspect of His life was the subject of prophecy, promises, or pictures. However, these prophecies and pictures are scattered throughout the the first thirty-nine Books like the pieces of a giant jigsaw puzzle. They present a startling picture – but only when put together in the right way. This book will put the pieces together to show that Jesus was and is, without a doubt, the promised Messiah.< Less