How can you grow spiritually if you don't fully understand God's plan? Originally written for his daughters, Berg's guidebook combines Scripture-based teaching and practical examples to teach believers how to build an intimate, satisfying relationship with God. It's part biblical worldview and part basic road map for Christian growth! 372 pages, softcover from BJU Press.
Halley's Bible Handbook, the classic layperson's companion text, includes a concise Bible commentary, important discoveries in archaeology, related historical data, church history, maps, and more. It was born out of the conviction of Henry H. Halley that everyone ought to read the Bible daily. From its first edition, a small give-away booklet of 16 pages, it has grown into an 864-page "almanac" of biblical information, used regularly by hundreds of thousands of laymen, teachers, and ministers. It has been a continuous best-seller through the years.
For more than 30 years, people have turned to this 8-books-in-1 treasury to help them navigate God's Word. Now Willmington's classic reference has been revised, updated, and expanded with new additions on Bible people, parables, and miracles; and a panoramic overview. The theology section has been rewritten in an accessible question-and-answer format. 1200 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.
Mr. Trumbull reveals tremendous insight into the full reality of the victory we have in Christ. He uplifts the Lord Jesus Christ pointing to Him as the Victor who has achieved victory by the power of His divine life and His finished work on the Cross.
In the muddle of day-to-day life, have you somehow forgotten that Christianity is a living, vibrant relationship with a personal God? In this classic bestseller and recipient of both the ECPA Gold and Platinum Book Awards, The Pursuit of God reminds and challenges you to renew your relationship with your loving God. In each of the 10 chapters, Tozer explains one aspect of hungering for God and ends with a prayer.
Although written two years after the publication of The Pursuit of God, Tozer's God's Pursuit of Man sets forth the biblical truth that before man can pursue God, God must first pursue man. A "prequel" of sorts, God's Pursuit of Man speaks fervently of God's desire for man to be saved and the action He takes as He "invades" the human soul. Tozer then explains how it is through the power and promise of the Holy Spirit that we can truly understand the mystery of the Triune God. Previously published as The Divine Conquest and The Pursuit of Man.
Written to give "the average Christian reader a basic knowledge of what the Holy Bible is all about," the Believer's Bible Commentary is a one-volume commentary on the entire Bible based on the New King James Version (NKJV). Author William MacDonald has compiled an insightful and applicable commentary, with introductions, notes, and bibliographies for each book of the Bible. This commentary is both a verse-by-verse exposition (in the New Testament, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes) and a paragraph-by-paragraph exposition (all other Old Testament books). Passages in the Old Testament which point toward Christ are given special attention.
Overview of the Believer's Bible Commentary:
Theologically conservative (Evangelical)
Based on the New King James Version (NKJV)
A combination of verse-by-verse and paragraph-by-paragraph exposition
Numerous charts, maps, and illustrations
Non-technical (no knowledge of Hebrew, Greek or Aramaic necessary)
Geared toward the average Christian, but helpful to pastors and students as well
A favorite for decades, Strong's numbering system is cross-referenced to many other important study tools. Now it's even easier to use! Newly typeset for clearer readability, it includes reorganized main entries; updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries; and handy indexing. 1340 pages, hardcover from Hendrickson.
A bestseller for almost 50 years, this time-honored classic is now more valuable than ever. Its 6, 700-plus entries, reflecting the most current scholarship and over 1,200,000 words, are supplemented with detailed essays, colorful photography and maps, and dozens of charts and illustrations to enhance your understanding of God's Word. Based on the New American Standard Version. Features:
cross-referenced to all major Bible translations
major articles treat individual Bible books and authors
16-page map insert
more than 100 new illustrations and 48 maps
modernized pronunciation guides
new photography with 380 full-color photographs
full-color 16 page map insert
The late Merrill F. Unger (A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; Th.M, Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) pastored several churches before joining the faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary in 1948. There he served as professor of Old Testament studies until his retirement in 1967. He was the author of many books including such monumental reference works as Unger's Bible Dictionary and the two-volume Unger's Commentary on the Old Testament. Dr. Unger died in 1981.