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Romans: I Want to Live By Dennis Herman
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Paul did one thing I wish we saw more of today. Paul pointed to Christ as his one and only source of information. Paul didn’t take any credit for figuring things out on his own, thinking up... More > offices, doctrines, or appointing people to positions. Paul didn’t play any of those games we see played in churches these days. Paul took marching orders from Jesus. Paul recorded what Jesus told him to record. Paul didn’t add, subtract, or substitute a single word. Then why is that style of study absent in modern Christianity? Don’t people like Paul’s letters, or don’t they agree with certain parts of Paul’s letters? Then there are other parts preachers insist Paul was not clear on, or didn’t go far enough to explain the subject. In a nutshell, some people don’t study the Bible beyond looking for what pleases them. Those people become distractions and hinder the work. Isaiah hit the nail on the head when he said God’s people will not go out in haste. Paul wanted to be an example of that.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Revelation By Dennis Herman
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We're supposed to be looking for visions of Heaven to understand what Heaven is, what it looks like, where God lives, and what we hope see to one day. The most important characteristic of Heaven the... More > Book of Revelation gives us is an understanding of Heaven's point of view we miss when attention is focused on this world. That leads us to the mistake a lot of philosophers make. They take a book like Revelation, then mold it into a view the world understands, and the majority of people agree with. They can't grasp onto the fact, this book and message is from Heaven, thereby giving us a view from Heaven's perspective. This simple book takes the view of Heaven recorded by John and explains one vital detail no one should have ever missed. John was the only eyewitnesses to see the entire book of Revelation revealed in visions shown in Heaven. Whenever John saw one of those visions, he was confused. Each time an angel or other being came to John to explain what he just saw.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Visions of Heaven By Dennis Herman
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This book is a collection of 15 visions of the Heavenly Sanctuary recorded in scripture from Psalms through the Book of Hebrews. The visions John saw inside the Sanctuary and recorded in Revelation... More > are too long to include in this book and will be released in another volume to this series. The visions prophets witnessed and recorded in Heaven reflect turning points in earth's history, away from popular conceptions developed over generations, back to God's original plan. Each vision showed those prophets what will happen, and why. In other words, those visions are written proof showing how the Lord's plans are in motion, and no earthly power will delay their fulfillment. Every prophecy and vision will be fulfilled on time, and in perfect order.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: 2 Chronicles By Dennis Herman
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Have you ever looked at how stories of Israel's and Judah's kings parallel the history of this world in its closing moments of time? There is an uncanny resemblance when we compare the sequence of... More > each event. The common belief has been,Israel and Judah didn't have the separation of church and state we take for granted today. But is there really a separation today, and was there really a distinct separation in the time of the kings? The logical answer could only be, yes, to a degree. But no matter which way a king lead the nation, there was always a small group who opposed either the good or evil the king introduced. To get to the core of the spiritual lessons involved, we have to look at the personalities involved in the stories. How did they interact with the temple, its services, the people responsible for conducting those services, and the people God was using to draw those people closer to Himself? What did those kings do to prepare this world for the King known as God's Son.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: 1 Chronicles By Dennis Herman
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The majority of this book looks at David, his life, the kingdom he built, and his relationship with the temple. It was David's desire to build an elaborate stone temple dedicated to God. Was that... More > what God really wanted? Of course there were a few changes between the Tabernacle Moses built, and the stone temple David planned for, and Solomon built. What were those changes, how did they come about, why did God allow them, and what effect did they have on the nation of Israel? I shouldn't have to say this, but the answers are all in scripture. We don't have to jump out of the Bible into history books, online videos, or any other sources. That is the beauty of the Bible, and one of the things this book does. If nothing else, this book looks back over previous stories in scripture showing how God knew what was going to happen long before it happened. When we take a serious look at scripture, we find where God warned about mistakes people made long before they thought about making them.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Kings By Dennis Herman
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This book looks into the life of each king in Jerusalem, and those in Samaria in the most logical manner. In the way they were recorded in scripture. Each king fulled one little part in God's... More > prophetic timing. A timing and pattern this world is repeating today. The lives of those kings and the symbols involved either established or called attention to that pattern. Unlike other books of this nature, this book sticks to scripture for the answers. This book shows the world how God recorded answers in other books of the Bible generations before the questions were asked. In short, this book shows how God was in control every step of the way, and knew the outcome of every event long before details began to unfold. If only those kings knew how to go back to scripture for the answers they needed. Think of how the course of this world could have been changed. But human nature has always depended too much on itself, and not enough on the God who created this world.< Less
Prophecy Games: Part 2 By Dennis George Herman
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This second book in the series is a compilation of Bible Studies on a much deeper level than the first book in the series. This book is not for beginners. Although a number of chapters contain a... More > review of simple methods explained in the first book. The second book in this series takes up where the first book left off. The main focus in this book centers on what I term as parallel chapters. The first book shows the amazing way God wrote the Bible in a particular order to teach any dedicated student of scripture a series of important study rules, often referred to as rules of context. I tried to explain each rule of context in the easiest terms I know. Combined with actual examples in scripture, this may be the easiest book on Bible Study to understand.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Samuel, Saul, and the Story of David By Dennis Herman
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This book covers the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David as recorded in the two books of Samuel. It is a verse by verse look at each of their lives, and goes beyond a look at each as an individual. When... More > we look back, compare stories, and the lives of the three main characters in Samuel's books, we learn how each developed a personal relationship with God, received gifts, and how each of them used those gifts to represent God. Some times we learn from simple lessons. Other times we learn from contrasts between the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David. Together those stories reveal vital lessons on communication with God, as well as the gift of prophecy.< Less
Prophecy Games: Part 1 By Dennis George Herman
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This book is a small collection of some of the most popular prophecies found in the Bible with an emphasis on explaining how you can find links between prophecies one author recorded to the... More > fulfillment another author recorded. The lessons are presented in the exact order found in the Bible. This is not a game, but a sincere presentation showing exactly how the Bible provides answers to every question we could possibly have about God's recorded word. In short, this book shows how only an all powerful, all knowing, infinite God could have written the collection of books this world refers to as the Bible by explaining how each of those stories are linked together in a way no human could have achieved without divine guidance.< Less
Matthew: The Stories of Jesus' Ministry: Matthew Chapters 23 to 28 By Dennis Herman
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This book is the most passionate book in the series. As I was writing the conclusion to this series I began to see a pattern emerging. The disciples seemed to have one foot in the world, and one... More > eye on Jesus. I wondered if Matthew explained how the disciples made a full commitment to Jesus and God's plan of salvation. What happened between the cross and Pentecost? What changed the disciples? What impact did the parables, miracles, and life of Jesus have on them? How can their experiences lead us to a closer more dedicated walk with Jesus? This book explores the fundamentals of the new birth experienced in the lives Jesus personally touched. It is a great book to read when you want to learn to draw closer to Jesus on a new level.< Less