Discover the Truths of God's Word for You and Your World
From the ancient streets of Jerusalem to modern cities and towns of all sizes, The Word In Life™ Study Bible bridges the centuries and helps you relate the people, places, and issues of Scripture to your life today. There is no other Bible that does a better job of engaging the reader—using graphics and innovative features to make the Bible more relevant than ever.
Even the most experienced readers will discover things they didn't know were in the Bible. Yet it's easy for people who are unfamiliar with the Scriptures to use as well. All the features are geared toward helping you find new ways to apply God's timeless Word in the culture you live in.
Designed with today's media-smart reader in mind, hundreds of articles and features include in-depth studies of contemporary themes like "Work," "Ethics,"and "Urban Life," special information on occupations of the Bible, geography and culture, personality profiles, in-text maps and charts, book introductions, theme indexes, and more.
Please note: This product does not contain the Bible text, but it does include all the study notes found in the equivalent print version. You can purchase your preferred Bible translation separately or in a Logos Base Package. The Word in Life Study Bible can be used together with any Bible in your digital library. Just open The Word in Life Study Bible and another Bible, then click the "chain link" icon in each resource and select "Set A" for each. (Need Help? Watch a tutorial video!)
“Another reason why people accept this myth is because they think that faith itself is what really matters.” (Acts 4:12)
“they needed to focus on their standing in Christ, who had called them out of darkness into His marvelous light (” (1 Peter 2:9–12)
“Adam’s power to corrupt is exceeded by Christ’s power to restore” (Romans)
“The ability had more to do with being than doing. The believers would ‘be witnesses,’ not just ‘do witnessing.’ Evangelism is a process, not just an event. It involves a total lifestyle, not just occasional efforts.” (Acts 1:8)
“Jesus tells His followers to be His witnesses throughout” (Acts)
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