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Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Acts By Larry D. Alexander
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In Luke’s Gospel account, he emphasized the ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT in the life of CHRIST JESUS. However, in the Book of Acts, he emphasizes the role of the HOLY SPIRIT, in the growth and... More > development of the early Christian Church in its infancy. In the first century, the world was rife with myths, mystery religions and magic, and it was probably because of these confusions that Luke set out to more accurately record the facts of the origins of Christianity. He was intent on proving, through his Gospel account, and through this Book of Acts, that Christianity is not rooted in such myths and fables, but rather, has its roots in history, beginning with the birth of the Messiah in Palestine.< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Hebrews By Larry D. Alexander
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EDITORIAL REVIEW: Long ago GOD spoke many times and in many different ways to our ancestors, through HIS prophets. Today, GOD continues to speak to us through HIS written word, and through the... More > example of JESUS CHRIST, HIS SON. The Book of Hebrews exalts CHRIST, perhaps, more than any other book in the bible. It describes in great detail, the superiority of CHRIST JESUS to everything in the Old Testament, including Moses, the angels, the entire priesthood, and, the old animal sacrificial system. The author of the Book of Hebrews clearly has a superior, SPIRIT led understanding of the perspective that was provided by JESUS, during HIS three-year earthly ministry. This letter to the Hebrews goes a long ways toward developing an understanding regarding the relationship between the interpretation of Old Testament Law, and New Testament faith. Hopefully, my commentaries on this book will help to pass that understanding on to every reader who decides to read< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Acts By Larry D. Alexander
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The Book of the Acts of the Apostles is written by Luke, and is more or less, a continuation of his Gospel account. In this book, he attempts to enlighten us about the beginnings of the Christian... More > Church, and its gradual spread to nearby and distant lands. His book of Acts chronicles the sudden explosion of missionary activities, led by the Apostle Paul, Barnabas, Silas, and other prominent early Church workers. In Luke’s Gospel account, he emphasized the ministry of the HOLY SPIRIT in the life of CHRIST JESUS. However, in the Book of Acts, he emphasizes the role of the HOLY SPIRIT, in the growth and development of the early Christian Church in its infancy.< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Ezekiel By Larry D. Alexander
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During this second invasion (597 B.C.), Nebuchadnezzar deported an even larger group of Judah’s upper and middle class citizens to Babylon, and among this group was a young twenty-six year old... More > priest in training named, Ezekiel. This group of Jewish captives was placed in the region of Tel Aviv, along a wide canal that links two branches of the Euphrates known as the Kebar River. There, they were treated more as colonists than slaves and enjoyed many privileges. It was there on the banks of the Kebar River, that, in 593 B.C., a now thirty old Ezekiel received his calling from GOD (Ezekiel 1 & 2). Thirty years old is the minimum age that priests are actually allowed to begin serving in the temple (Numbers 4:1-3). And so, as the LORD would have it, it was from that place, that Ezekiel first served the LORD by delivering his first prophetic message to his fellow captives in Babylon.< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Ezekiel By Larry D. Alexander
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During the second invasion of Jerusalem(597 B.C.), Nebuchadnezzar deported an even larger group of Judah’s upper and middle class citizens to Babylon, and among this group was a young... More > twenty-six year old priest in training named, Ezekiel. This group of Jewish captives was placed in the region of Tel Aviv, along a wide canal that links two branches of the Euphrates known as the Kebar River. There, they were treated more as colonists than slaves and enjoyed many privileges. It was there on the banks of the Kebar River, that, in 593 B.C., a now thirty old Ezekiel received his calling from GOD (Ezekiel 1 & 2). Thirty years old is the minimum age that priests are actually allowed to begin serving in the temple (Numbers 4:1-3). And so, as the LORD would have it, it was from that place, that Ezekiel first served the LORD by delivering his first prophetic message to his fellow captives in Babylon.< Less
Sunday School Lessons from the Gospel According to John Mark By Larry D. Alexander
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This Bible Study guide and Devotional contains 21 lessons, that have been pulled from the pages of the Gospel of Mark. They are designed to promote spiritual growth, and right living in the personal... More > and family lives of those who choose to read and incorporate them. These lessons are simple and straightforward, as is Mark's Gospel account, and are most helpful in one understanding the actions of JESUS CHRIST, more so than HIS words. This book is most helpful to those who are aspiring to develop good Christian living practices and behavior, and to improve their personal, experiential relationship with GOD.< Less
Sunday school lessons from the Gospel according to John Mark By Larry D. Alexander
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This Bible Study guide and Devotional contains 21 lessons, that have been pulled from the pages of the Gospel of Mark. They are designed to promote spiritual growth, and right living in the personal... More > and family lives of those who choose to read and incorporate them. These lessons are simple and straightforward, as is Mark's Gospel account, and are most helpful in one understanding the actions of JESUS CHRIST, more so than HIS words. This book is most helpful to those who are aspiring to develop good Christian living practices and behavior, and to improve their personal, experiential relationship with GOD.< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Books of Galatians, Ephesians, & Philippians By Larry D. Alexander
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Paul’s letter to the Galatians has been called “the Magna Charta of Christian Liberty”. It has also been labeled “the short version of Romans”, and “the... More > cornerstone of the Protestant Reformation”. In the early Church, as the great separation was taking place, the book of Galatians helped to clarify the doctrinal differences between “Judaism” and “Christianity”. In fact, it constituted the main theme of the preaching of the Protestant Reformers in the first century and beyond.< Less
Sunday School Lessons : From the Apostle Paul's Letter to the Romans By Larry D. Alexander
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This book contains 21 lessons that have been pulled from the pages of Paul's Letter to the Romans. The lessons in this book, as well as in Alexander's previous two books (Sunday school lessons from... More > the book of the Acts of the Apostles and Sunday school lessons from the Gospel according to John Mark) are simple and straightforward, and, are to be used to help introduce people to CHRIST, and to the Christian ideaology that comes from the mind of GOD. The book of Romans takes us through a deeper study of JESUS' actions, during HIS 3-year earthly ministry, and shows us how the work of the Apostle Paul and other early Church workers, were able to clearly show the world the difference between Judaism and the, then new, Gospel of CHRIST. They presented Chritianity as the universal religion for all mankind, and showed that it was not just a tiny sect of Judaism for the benefit of the Jews.< Less
Sunday school lessons from the Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans By Larry D. Alexander
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This book is the final in a trilogy of bible study devotionals released by Alexander over a 12-month period. It contains 21 lessons that have been pulled from the pages of Paul's Letter to the... More > Romans. The lessons in this book, as well as in Alexander’s previous two books (Sunday school lessons from the book of the Acts of the Apostles and Sunday school lessons from the Gospel according to John Mark) are simple and straightforward, and, are to be used to help introduce people to CHRIST, and to the Christian ideaology that comes from the mind of GOD. The book of Romans takes us through a deeper study of JESUS' actions, during HIS 3-year earthly ministry, and shows us how the work of the Apostle Paul and other early Church workers, were able to clearly show the world the difference between Judaism and the, then new, Gospel of CHRIST. They presented Chritianity as the universal religion for all mankind, and showed that it was not just a tiny sect of Judaism for the benefit of the Jews.< Less