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The Open Bible (OB)

ISBN: 9781418506407

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For over 20 years this accessible Bible has helped readers explore the Scriptures with tons of great information and study helps. Now this revised and enlarged edition offers even more outstanding features. In addition to all the classic features of this popular Bible, over 4,500 information-packed notes make this the first ever annotated Open Bible®. Also, 300 new word studies, keyed to Strong's Concordance, are located within the Biblical Cyclopedic Index.

Please note: This product does not contain the Bible text, but it does include all the study notes found in the equivalent print version. The Open Bible can be used together with any Bible in your digital library. Just open The Open Bible and another Bible, then click the "chain link" icon in each resource and select "Set A" for each.

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“Having been born again to a living hope, they are to imitate the Holy One who has called them. The fruit of that character will be conduct rooted in submission: citizens to government, servants to masters, wives to husbands, husbands to wives, and Christians to one another. Only after submission is fully understood does Peter deal with the difficult area of suffering. The Christians are not to think it ‘strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you’ (4:12), but are to rejoice as partakers of the suffering of Christ. That response to life is truly the climax of one’s submission to the good hand of God.” (source)

“second part of the book focuses on God’s dealings with one man, Abraham, through whom” (source)

“but he also proclaims God’s gracious promise of hope and restoration.” (source)

“The most important thing is to follow faithfully some systematic method of Bible study.” (source)

“Our Lord’s redemptive work for us is threefold: First, it is closely associated with forgiveness, since we receive forgiveness through the redemptive price of Christ’s death. Second, it involves justification, since the deliverance establishes us in a restored position of favor before God. Third, it promises final deliverance from the power of sin at the coming of the Lord. This redemption is ‘The Scarlet Thread.’” (source)

  • Title: The Open Bible
  • Edition: electronic ed.
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Print Publication Date: 1997
  • Era: era:Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Bible. N.T. › King James Version; Bible. O.T. › King James Version
  • ISBNs: 9781418506407, 1418506400
  • Resource ID: LLS:2.0.15
  • Resource Type: Study Bible
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2024-05-22T00:15:57Z


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  1. Mattillo



    This product does not contain the "Visual Survey of the Bible" as mentioned above and in the video
  2. Bill Connor

    Bill Connor


  3. Kenneth Booth

    Kenneth Booth


  4. sam lofton

    sam lofton


  5. Carlos Fernandez
    This is a great Bible resource that I thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated. My version had the Christian Study Guide that I used to introduce my sons to the Bible—It was their Christian "Bar Mizvah" at the age of 12. I wish Nelson would bring that back. Anyway, enjoy it and learn!
  6. Philip T Sarlo
    The most amazing Bible study out there is in this book and unique to this book and that is the "cyclopedia." IF you are looking for subject headings but the word itself is not in the Bible: for instance; "drug addiction" this is the only resource that I know of that will do this!
  7. Bob Hatcher

    Bob Hatcher


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