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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
Matthew the Stories of Jesus' Ministry - Chapters 1 to 13 By Dennis Herman
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This book is a collection of short stories on Jesus' ministry according to the Gospel of Matthew. A look at the lives, trials, and faith of the people Jesus met and ministered to. Each story... More > stretches the imagination while helping the reader reach a closer walk with God by learning how to look deep into His Word. Although the stories center around the characters in Matthew at the time Jesus ministered, each brings lessons to light which still apply today.< Less
Matthew: The Stories of Jesus' Ministry: Matthew Chapters 14 to 22 By Dennis Herman
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This is the second is a series of stories about the people Jesus ministered to based on the Gospel of Matthew. Each story looks into the life of the characters in Matthew's account of Jesus' life. ... More > Each story looks deep into the life of each person Jesus met, considering the trials and events that led them to Jesus. The stories look past the symbols used in the parable to the events that led up to each, exploring not only the lesson, but the emotion Jesus tried to convey while leading all His followers to a closer relationship with God. Why did His disciples have trouble understanding some of these parables? Why didn't they ask more questions? What did His disciples learn from each of these experiences?< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: The Books of Joshua and Judges By Dennis Herman
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There is no time like the present to study the books of Joshua and Judges. What lessons do we learn from Joshua, Israel's new leader taking God's people into the physical promised land after... More > wandering around the wilderness for almost a generation? Why did God take Moses out of the picture and appoint a new leader to take Israel into the promised land? Why did God open the Jordan River? Was it important to remind Israel about that Red Sea crossing at the beginning of their journey? What was the spiritual lesson? What do those lessons, and the fact God recreated the miracle have to do with the closing of earth's history? A verse by verse study through the Book of Joshua not only opened up new insights into the event, the author explained exactly what Bible Study rules were followed, and how scripture explained each of those rules of context in a manner that makes it easy to learn each step in the study process.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Deuteronomy Chapters 14 to 34 By Dennis Herman
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This book shows how Moses reviewed everything he taught Israel over the previous years. He knows he will never walk into the promised land. Moses can see the land, but God told him, he would not be... More > allowed to cross over into the promised land with the people he raised over the past forty years. Moses grew to know those people like his own children. Moses watched each of their parents die on that long wilderness journey. Moses lost count of the sons and daughters he had to comfort. As Moses stood in front of Israel, teaching them what God instructed him to teach, Moses felt a deep desire to leave Israel with the best instructions he was capable of providing. Moses knew, he was about to climb that mountain to die. Moses left all those complaints and trials behind him in the desert as he addressed Israel with last minute instructions. Moses showed his concern for Israel as he spent his last days doing what Moses was called to do, prepare Israel for the promised land.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: The Book of Deuteronomy Chapters 1 to 13 By Dennis Herman
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We have to remember, the audience Moses addressed on the plain overlooking the Jordan River was the younger generation. Their parents died in the wilderness because they were afraid to follow God... More > into the promised land. They died because they were afraid to accept the priesthood God offered them one month after leaving Egypt. Jesus had to die to restore that offer. Today, this world is filled with people carrying that same fear as they wander their self made wilderness of sin, greed, and the worst giant to face, self. Israel had to remember the days spent in Egypt as children to teach the future generations what it meant to be a slave living in a nation sin. This is NOT a self help book. It is a book Moses wrote, telling us how to let God lead, and how to do one of the most difficult things we will ever be asked, look back on our lives of sin and slavery with totally honesty, then teach others what we've learned. After that, we are ready to take a refreshing look at the New Testament.< Less
The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: The Book of Numbers By Dennis Herman
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This is the forth book in this series that began with an in-depth look at how God views details, communicates with this world, and decides what process to use. Of course this series of books looked... More > at aspects recorded in scripture about the Tabernacle. How the materials were collected, specific design details, who did the work, and how the Tabernacle was constructed. Much of that information is found in dozens, maybe hundreds of other books about the Tabernacle. But there are details setting this book apart from every other book written about the Tabernacle. This book takes a verse by verse, story by story, chapter by chapter look at the Tabernacle. In other words, this book presents a picture of the Tabernacle from God's point of view. Which the beginning of this series pointed out, is much different than any human perspective.< Less