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The Layman's Guide to the Bible: A Complete Study Guide By Noel Smith
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The Bible is actually a library of 66 books. The 39 books of the Old Testament were composed between 1400 and 400 B.C., the 27 books of the New Testament between A.D. 50 and 100. The prophet Moses... More > began the first five books of the Bible sometime before 1400 B.C. The Apostle John penned the last book of the Bible, Revelation, about A.D. 95. During the 1,600 years between the writing of the first and last books of the Bible, at least 38 other prophets made their contributions. The various Bible writers lived at different times, some separated by hundreds of years. In many cases they were complete strangers to one another. Some were businessmen or traders; others were shepherds, fishermen, soldiers, physicians, preachers, kings-human beings from all walks of life. They served under different governments, and lived within contrasting cultures and systems of philosophy.< Less
The Layman's Guide to PSALMS By Noel Smith
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God-inspired poets gave voice to psalms, completing the collection of psalms that we know today as the Book of Psalms, the Psalter, 150 poetic songs that lie at the heart of our Bibles. The Psalms... More > express the entire spectrum of human emotions, fear, despair, longing, love, hope, joy, and exultation. They also instruct us in how we can voice our own prayers and praise to 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 Your New Life In Christ By Noel Smith
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When we begin a new life in Christ at our baptism, God does not instantly and supernaturally change us so that we automatically behave in a loving and Christ like way for the rest of our lives. We... More > are like new born babies. Babies need milk to feed on; it helps to make them grow up and to be strong. We need spiritual milk, food from God’s Word, to help us to grow spiritually strong. It is by constantly reading and meditating on the Bible and through prayer that we learn how to behave as true disciples of Jesus Christ. As we do this we will find our minds and hearts being filled with God’s Word and His ways and this will help to push out of our minds and lives our own desires and sinful ways. This is not easy and it does not happen overnight when we are baptized – indeed it is a lifetime’s work.< Less

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