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Nelson 501 Book Bundle (501 vols.)

by 202 authors Lucado, Max, Hayford, Jack W., Snider, Joseph, MacArthur, John F., Jr., McGuire, Paul, Thorpe, R. Samuel, Parrish, M. Wendy, Stanley, Charles, Van Cleave, Nathaniel, Amstutz, John, Hayford, Jack W., III, McDonald, Tom, Curtis, Gary, Anderson, Robert W., Beeson, Ray, Howse, Gary, Marshall, Bob, Starr, Phil, Bauer, Rebecca Hayford, Hayford, Mark, Rosenberger, Herman, Hicks, Roy H., Jr., Howse, Greg, Posey, Michael, Matsdorf, Gary, Jeremiah, David, Shelley, Bruce L., Vos, Howard Frederic, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Synan, Vinson, Bell, Albert A., Jr., Morgan, Robert J., Hurley, Virgil, Lang, J. Stephen, Johnson, Derric, Streiker, Lowell D., Drummond, Lewis A., Inch, Morris, Hodges, Zane C., Farstad, Arthur L., Jenkins, Simon, Bock, Darrell L., Wiley, Vicki, Collins, Gary R., Anderson, Kerby, Courson, Jon, Clinton, Tim, Ohlschlager, George, Hart, Archibald D., McDowell, Josh, Fann, Anne-Geri', Taylor, Greg, McGee, J. Vernon, Miller, Stephen M., Rowe, Joshua, Beverley, James A., Clines, David J. A., Craigie, Peter C., Tate, Marvin E., Watts, John D. W., Jacober, Amy, Fleming, Natasha B., Hughes, Kate, Manser, Martin H., Youngblood, Ronald F., Bruce, F. F., Harrison, R. K., Smith, William, Cargal, Timothy B., Various Authors, Allen, Ronald Barclay, House, H. Wayne, Radmacher, Earl D., Criswell, W. A., Patterson, Paige, Clendenen, E. Ray, Akin, Daniel L., Chamberlin, Mallory, Patterson, Dorothy Kelley, Pogue, Jack, Smith, Jerome H., Boa, Kenneth, Lorenzen, Mylan W., Hindson, Edward E., Kroll, Woodrow, Wiersbe, Warren W., MacDonald, William, Christensen, Duane L., Maxwell, John C., Butler, Trent C., Huffman, John A., Jr., Jackman, David, Bush, Frederic, Klein, Ralph W., Chafin, Kenneth L., Anderson, A. A., DeVries, Simon J., Dilday, Russell, Hobbs, T. R., Braun, Roddy, Allen, Leslie C., Dillard, Raymond B., Williamson, H. G. M., Roberts, Mark, McKenna, David, Williams, Donald, Murphy, Roland E., Hubbard, David A., Guest, John, Kelley, Page H., Drinkard, Joel F., Jr., Keown, G. L., Scalise, Pamela J., Smothers, T. G., House, Paul R., Garrett, Duane A., Stuart, Douglas, Goldingay, John, Ferguson, Sinclair B., Ogilvie, Lloyd J., Smith, Ralph L., Kaiser, Walter C., Jr., Augsburger, Myron S., Hagner, Donald A., Evans, Craig A., Guelich, Robert A., Larson, Bruce, Nolland, John, Fredrikson, Roger L., Beasley-Murray, George R., Briscoe, D. Stuart, Dunn, James D. G., Martin, Ralph P., Dunnam, Maxie, Longenecker, Richard N., Lincoln, Andrew T., Hawthorne, Gerald F., O'Brien, Peter T., Demarest, Gary W., Mounce, William D., Wenham, Gordon J., Evans, Louis H., Jr., Lane, William L., Cedar, Paul A., Michaels, J. Ramsey, Bauckham, Richard J., Palmer, Earl F., Smalley, Stephen S., Durham, John I., Aune, David E., Gregg, Steve, Hartley, John E., Budd, Philip J., Philip, James, Anderson, Ken, Richards, Larry, Cherry, Reginald, Bailey, Mark, Constable, Tom, Dyer, Charles, Merrill, Eugene H., Wilhoit, James C., Anders, Max, Towns, Ruth, Towns, Elmer, Wilkinson, Bruce H., Blomberg, Craig L., Klein, William, Hubbard, Robert L., Jr., Fant, Clyde E., Jr., Pinson, William M., Jr., Fabarez, Michael, Burkett, Larry, Reymond, Robert L., Vine, W. E., Murphy, Edward F., Campbell, Donald K., Swindoll, Charles R., Zuck, Roy B., Johnston, Wendell, Walvoord, John F., Witmer, John, Stewart, Don Douglas, Mayhue, Richard, Thomas, Robert L., Weigle, Luther A., Bridges, Ronald F., Kurian, George Thomas, Strong, James, Unger, Merrill Frederick, White, William, Jr., Master's College, Mack, Wayne A., Watson, Jeffrey, Rainey, Dennis, McBurney, Louis, Packer, J. I., Tenney, Merrill Chapin, Watkins, William D., Hayford, Jack W., Jr., Hagan, Kathy A., McQueen, Larry R.

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Included Resources

  • Word Biblical Commentary Series (62 vols.)
  • The Preacher’s Commentary Series (35 vols.)
  • Thru the Bible Commentary (60 vols.)
  • 57 books by John MacArthur, including the 16-volume MacArthur Bible Studies series
  • Max Lucado’s 24-volume Life Lessons series
  • A Treasury of Great Preaching (12 vols.)
  • Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook (8 vols.)
  • 44 books by Charles Stanley
  • 18 books by David Jeremiah
  • Word in Life Bible Discovery Guides (4 vols.)
  • And hundreds of other books, commentaries, devotions, Bible studies, and reference works!

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 1: Genesis 1–15

  • Author: Gordon J. Wenham

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 2: Genesis 16–50

  • Author: Gordon J. Wenham

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 3: Exodus

  • Author: John I. Durham

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 4: Leviticus

  • Author: John E. Hartley

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 5: Numbers

  • Author: Philip J. Budd

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 6a: Deuteronomy 1:1–21:9, Second Edition

  • Author: Duane L. Christiansen

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 6b: Deuteronomy 21:10–34:12

  • Author: Duane L. Christiansen

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 7: Joshua

  • Author: Trent C. Butler

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 9: Ruth, Esther

  • Author: Frederic Bush

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 10: 1 Samuel

  • Author: Ralph W. Klein

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 11: 2 Samuel

  • Author: A. A. Anderson

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 12: 1 Kings: Second Edition

  • Author: Simon J. DeVries

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 13: 2 Kings

  • Author: T. R. Hobbs

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 14: 1 Chronicles

  • Author: Roddy Braun

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 15: 2 Chronicles

  • Author: Raymond B. Dillard

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 16: Ezra, Nehemiah

  • Author: H. G. M. Williamson

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 17: Job 1–20

  • Author: David J. A. Clines

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 18A: Job 21–37

  • Author: David J. A. Clines

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 19: Psalms 1–50

  • Author: Peter C. Craigie

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 19: Psalms 1–50 (Revised Edition)

  • Author: Peter C. Craigie

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 20: Psalms 51–100

  • Author: Marvin E. Tate

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 21: Psalms 101–150: Revised

  • Author: Leslie C. Allen

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 22: Proverbs

  • Author: Roland E. Murphy

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 23a: Ecclesiastes

  • Author: Roland E. Murphy

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 23b: Song of Songs/Lamentations

  • Author: Duane Garrett

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 24: Isaiah 1–33

  • Author: John D. W. Watts

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 24: Isaiah 1–33 (Revised Edition)

  • Author: John D. W. Watts

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 25: Isaiah 34–66

  • Author: John D. W. Watts

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 25: Isaiah 34–66 (Revised Edition)

  • Author: John D. W. Watts

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 26: Jeremiah 1–25

  • Author: Peter C. Craigie

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 27: Jeremiah 26–52

  • Author: G. L. Keown

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 28: Ezekiel 1–19

  • Author: Leslie C. Allen

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 29: Ezekiel 20–48

  • Author: Leslie C. Allen

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 30: Daniel

  • Author: John E. Goldingay

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 31: Hosea–Jonah

  • Author: Stuart Douglas

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 32: Micah–Malachi

  • Author: Ralph L. Smith

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 33a: Matthew 1–13

  • Author: Donald A. Hagner

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 33b: Matthew 14–28

  • Author: Donald A. Hagner

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 34a: Mark 1–8:26

  • Author: Robert A. Guelich

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 34b: Mark 8:27–16:20

  • Author: Craig A. Evans

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 35a: Luke 1:1–9:20

  • Author: John Nolland

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 35b: Luke 9:21–18:34

  • Author: John Nolland

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 35c: Luke 18:35–24:53

  • Author: John Nolland

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 36: John (Second Edition)

  • Author: George R. Beasley-Murray

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 38a: Romans 1–8

  • Author: James D. G. Dunn

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 38b: Romans 9–16

  • Author: James D. G. Dunn

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 40: 2 Corinthians

  • Author: Ralph P. Martin

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 41: Galatians

  • Author: Richard N. Longenecker

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 42: Ephesians

  • Author: Andrew T. Lincoln

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 43: Philippians (Revised)

  • Author: Gerald F. Hawthorne

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 44: Colossians, Philemon

  • Author: Peter T. O’Brien

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 45: 1 & 2 Thessalonians

  • Author: F. F. Bruce

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 46: Pastoral Epistles

  • Author: William D. Mounce

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 47a: Hebrews 1–8

  • Author: William L. Lane

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 47b: Hebrews 9–13

  • Author: William L. Lane

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 48: James

  • Author: Ralph P. Martin

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 49: 1 Peter

  • Author: J. R. Michaels

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 50: Jude, 2 Peter

  • Author: Richard J. Bauckham

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 51: 1, 2, 3 John

  • Author: Stephen S. Smalley

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 52a: Revelation 1–5

  • Author: David E. Aune

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 52b: Revelation 6–16

  • Author: David E. Aune

Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 52c: Revelation 17–22

  • Author: David E. Aune

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 1: Genesis

  • Author: Stuart D. Briscoe

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 2: Exodus

  • Author: Maxie Dunnam

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 3: Leviticus

  • Author: Gary W. Demarest

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 4: Numbers

  • Author: Philip James

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 5: Deuteronomy

  • Author: John C. Maxwell

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 6: Joshua

  • Author: John A. Huffman, Jr.

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 7: Judges/Ruth

  • Author: David Jackman

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 8: 1, 2 Samuel

  • Author: Kenneth L. Chafin

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 9: 1, 2 Kings

  • Author: Russell Dilday

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 10: 1, 2 Chronicles

  • Author: Leslie Allen

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 11: Ezra/Nehemiah/Esther

  • Author: Mark Roberts

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 12: Job

  • Author: David L. McKenna

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 13: Psalms 1–72

  • Author: Donald Williams

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 14: Psalms 73–150

  • Author: Donald Williams

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 15: Proverbs

  • Author: David A. Hubbard

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 16: Ecclesiastes/Song of Solomon

  • Author: David A. Hubbard

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 17: Isaiah 1–39

  • Author: David McKenna

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 18: Isaiah 40–66

  • Author: David McKenna

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 19: Jeremiah/Lamentations

  • Author: John Guest

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 20: Ezekiel

  • Author: Douglas Stuart

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 21: Daniel

  • Author: Sinclair B. Ferguson

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 22: Hosea/Joel/Amos/Obadiah/Jonah

  • Author: Lloyd J. Ogilvie

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 23: Micah/Nahum/Habakkuk/Zephaniah/Haggai/Zechariah/Malachi

  • Author: Walter C. Kaiser

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 24: Matthew

  • Author: Myron S. Augsburger

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 25: Mark

  • Author: David McKenna

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 26: Luke

  • Author: Bruce Larson

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 27: John

  • Author: Roger L. Fredrikson

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 28: Acts

  • Author: Lloyd J. Ogilvie

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 29: Romans

  • Author: Stuart Briscoe

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 30: 1, 2 Corinthians

  • Author: Kenneth L. Chafin

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 31: Galatians/Ephesians/Philippians/Colossians/Philemon

  • Author: Maxie D. Dunnam

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 32: 1, 2 Thessalonians/1, 2 Timothy/Titus

  • Author: Gary W. Demarest

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 33: Hebrews

  • Author: Lloyd J. Ogilvie

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 34: James/1 & 2 Peter/Jude

  • Author: Paul A. Cedar

The Preacher’s Commentary Series, Volume 35: 1, 2 & 3 John/Revelation

  • Author: Earl F. Palmer

Thru the Bible Vol. 1: The Law (Genesis 1–15)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 2: The Law (Genesis 16–33)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 3: The Law (Genesis 34–50)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 4: The Law (Exodus 1–18)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 5: The Law (Exodus 19–40)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 6: The Law (Leviticus 1–14)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 7: The Law (Leviticus 15–27)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 8: The Law (Numbers)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 9: The Law (Deuteronomy)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 10: History of Israel (Joshua/Judges)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 11: History of Israel (Ruth)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 12: History of Israel (1 and 2 Samuel)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 13: History of Israel (1 and 2 Kings)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 14: History of Israel (1 and 2 Chronicles)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 15: History of Israel (Ezra/Nehemiah/Esther)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 16: Poetry (Job)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 17: Poetry (Psalms 1–41)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 18: Poetry (Psalms 42–89)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 19: Poetry (Psalms 90–150)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 20: Poetry (Proverbs)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 21: Poetry (Ecclesiastes/Song of Solomon)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 22: The Prophets (Isaiah 1–35)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 23: The Prophets (Isaiah 36–66)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 24: The Prophets (Jeremiah/Lamentations)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 25: The Prophets (Ezekiel)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 26: The Prophets (Daniel)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 27: The Prophets (Hosea/Joel)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 28: The Prophets (Amos/Obadiah)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 29: The Prophets (Jonah/Micah)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 30: The Prophets (Nahum/Habakkuk)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 31: The Prophets (Zephaniah/Haggai)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 32: The Prophets (Zechariah)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 33: The Prophets (Malachi)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 34: The Gospels (Matthew 1–13)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 35: The Gospels (Matthew 14–28)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 36: The Gospels (Mark)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 37: The Gospels (Luke)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 38: The Gospels (John 1–10)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 39: The Gospels (John 11–21)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 40: Church History (Acts 1–14)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 41: Church History (Acts 15–28)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 42: The Epistles (Romans 1–8)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 43: The Epistles (Romans 9–16)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 44: The Epistles (1 Corinthians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 45: The Epistles (2 Corinthians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 46: The Epistles (Galatians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 47: The Epistles (Ephesians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 48: The Epistles (Philippians/Colossians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 49: The Epistles (1 and 2 Thessalonians)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 50: The Epistles (1 and 2 Timothy/Titus/Philemon)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 51: The Epistles (Hebrews 1–7)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 52: The Epistles (Hebrews 8–13)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 53: The Epistles (James)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 54: The Epistles (1 Peter)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 55: The Epistles (2 Peter)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 56: The Epistles (1 John)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 57: The Epistles (2 and 3 John/Jude)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 58: The Prophecy (Revelation 1–5)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 59: The Prophecy (Revelation 6–13)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible Vol. 60: The Prophecy (Revelation 14–22)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Thru the Bible with J. Vernon McGee (60 Vols.)

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

This unabridged edition offers McGee’s clear language and lively approach, which make biblical truth easy to comprehend. Pastors and teachers find that his helpful comments and vivid illustrations streamline the tasks of sermon and lesson preparation. This favorite commentary series provides book introductions, outlines, and careful chapter-by-chapter analysis along with informal discussion of the most significant verses.

David a Man After God’s Own Heart

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

The Bible calls David “a man after God’s own heart.” But what does that really mean—and how does that apply to us today? With his unusual warmth, clarity, and simplicity, Dr. McGee takes a look at the life of David, helping readers move beyond the exciting action stories and into the heart of what David’s experiences have to teach us. Dr. McGee said, “Perhaps the most familiar Bible story to every boy and girl who has attended Sunday school is that of David and Goliath. It is a thrilling action story. But the greater thrill is the splendid spiritual truths that are applicable to our present-day lives as believers.”

J. Vernon McGee On Prayer

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Deepen your prayer life with this treasury of Dr. McGee’s best sermons on communicating with God. Explore the Christian’s “greatest neglected resource”; examine the prayer styles of great men of faith such as Daniel, Abraham, and Nehemiah; discover the “real” Lord’s Prayer and its meaning for believers today—and more.

Jesus: Centerpiece of Scripture

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

This book has been compiled from our library of Dr. McGee’s messages preserved for us on audio cassettes. They have been selected with the intent of offering glimpses of who Jesus is so that we may stand in awe as we see Him “despised and rejected by men,” yet always gracious and full of compassion, “slow to anger and of great mercy.”

Living by Faith

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Dr. J. Vernon McGee turns to the Epistle of James to present very practical lessons on Christian living. The subject of James is faith. The Epistle of James “pinches,” says Dr. McGee. It “hurts you because he gets right down to where we are living—or, more accurately, to where we’re not living.” He challenges believers to a faith that works and walks in shoe leather. Because James emphasizes the ethics of the Christian faith, Dr. McGee uses the metaphor of “God’s University.” When life presents us with “quizzes” or “tests,” Dr. McGee explains, the believer need not worry because James has provided us with not only the test questions but also the answers.

Notes and Outlines for the Five-Year Study Plan

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

These notes and outlines on each book of the Bible were prepared by Dr. McGee to assist listeners who wanted an even deeper and more thorough understanding of the Word as they followed along with his five-year radio program.

Through His Spirit

  • Author: J. Vernon McGee

Dr. J. Vernon McGee’s timeless words revitalize and renew our understanding of the power of the Holy Spirit, teaching us to experience God’s nature as revealed in the Trinity. In this complete treasury featuring many of his best sermons, Dr. McGee teaches us how to invite the presence of the Holy Spirit into our lives and how to pray and walk in the Spirit. In his warm, trademark style, Dr. McGee examines applicable Scripture, analyzing and exploring what the Bible teaches about the role of the Spirit in a believer’s life.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Ruth & Esther

  • Author: John MacArthur

When it comes to heroes, Ruth and Esther are unmatched in the course of history. Facing poverty, social rejection, personal danger, and even death, they show us how God often directly intervenes in the lives of his faithful people. Two stories of faith, bravery, and hope that help us believe that God is real, he is alive, and he protects and guides us.

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Samuel

  • Author: John MacArthur

Samuel, a man of God, shows us clearly how one godly person can influence a whole nation for positive change—a message we desperately need today in our world.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Nehemiah

  • Author: John MacArthur

Three major themes are seen in the Book of Nehemiah: careful attention to the reading of God’s work in order to do his will, the constant obedience of Nehemiah, and repeated enemy opposition. Through it all, God orchestrated the reconstruction of the walls of his city to accomplish his purpose and plan for then and now.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Daniel

  • Author: John MacArthur

Daniel—the one who is thrown into the lions’ den and lives to tell about it, the one whose friends survive the fiery furnace, the one who interprets dreams, the one who defies the king. Through the study of this amazing man, led by one of America’s most beloved and trusted Bible teachers, we learn to depend entirely on the God who rules rulers, governs governors, and even reigns over kings. From him we learn humility.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Mark

  • Author: John MacArthur

The book of Mark consists primarily of what the Apostle Peter preached about Jesus Christ. Probably written by John Mark in Italy for the benefit of Roman Christians, it carefully reports the amazing life of Christ.

MacArthur Bible Studies: John

  • Author: John MacArthur

The Gospel of John focuses on Jesus as the world, the Messiah, and the Son of God, who brings the gift of salvation to people. As Christians, we too need to focus on Jesus, who offers us salvation by grace through our faith in him. John’s book will help us do that.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Acts

  • Author: John MacArthur

Acts describes the world’s initial response to Christ’s Great Commission and the spread of the Gospel. It provides details of the first three decades of the church’s existence, material found nowhere else in the New Testament. To know the roots of your Christianity, you must study the book of Acts.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Romans

  • Author: John MacArthur

Written by the Apostle Paul to the Christians in the city of Rome, the book of Romans is the presentation of doctrinal truth in the New Testament, doctrines we need to understand in order to live godly lives.

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Corinthians

  • Author: John MacArthur

Most of the believers at the Corinth could not consistently separate themselves from their old, selfish, immoral, and worldly ways, which created havoc in the church. It became necessary for Paul to write this first letter to them to correct the problems. But their weaknesses are also our weaknesses. Their sins are our sins. So study carefully Paul’s godly counsel for solving problems in the church and in your own spiritual life.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Galatians

  • Author: John MacArthur

Paul eloquently presents the case for justification by faith, the heart of the Gospel, in his letter to the Galatians. Galatians beautifully reveals what, overall, the bible teachers, and the study of Galatians implants the wondrous grace of God deeply in your heart and life.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Ephesians

  • Author: John MacArthur

Dr. John MacArthur joins the Apostle Paul, who wrote the book of Ephesians, in helping us grasp more fully the mysteries of Christianity and the church of Jesus Christ.

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 & 2 Timothy

  • Author: John MacArthur

The books of 1 and 2 Timothy shed the light of God into such shadowy corners of church life as false doctrine, disorder in worship, the need for qualified leaders, and materialism. These issues are as vital and frustrating for church leaders today as they were for young Timothy. Reading this study is like reading a letter written yesterday from Paul to us.

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 & 2 Peter

  • Author: John MacArthur

Tradition says that Peter died during Nero’s merciless persecution. Just before his death—That timing is uncertain but likely—Peter writes his second letter to warn the beloved believers in Christ about the false teachers and doctrinal dangers they will be facing without him. Today, these letters encourage us, too, to stand strong in the face of troubles and trials. Their study is crucial to the Christian walk.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Hebrews

  • Author: John MacArthur

The Book of Hebrews is grounded in the work of the Levitical priesthood. The generation of Hebrews receiving this letter had practiced sacrifices at the temple in Jerusalem for a lifetime. Hebrews emphasizes the superiority of Christ’s once-for-all, perfect sacrifice over the repeated, imperfect Levitical sacrifices. It shows us how to have a better life in Christ.

MacArthur Bible Studies: James

  • Author: John MacArthur

In fierce opposition to our ungodly rationalization for sin, James gives five proofs that God is not responsible for our temptation or for our succumbing to sin. He does so by explaining the nature of evil, of man, of lust, of God, and of regeneration. This insightful study will help bring spiritual peace to your stressful world.

MacArthur Bible Studies: Revelation

  • Author: John MacArthur

God is in control of all the events of human history, and though evil often seems pervasive and wicked men all-powerful, their ultimate doom is certain. Christ will come in glory to judge and rule, and when he does, faithful Christians will be proclaimed victorious. That is the message of this fascinating revelation from Jesus himself.

MacArthur Pastor’s Library on Counseling

  • Author: John MacArthur

A practical, proactive, and relevant book for students, church leaders, and laypeople, this book presents solid theological foundations of biblical counseling in clear contrast to humanistic and secular theories of psychological counseling. This collection of writers represents some of America’s leading biblical teachers and counselors.

MacArthur Pastor’s Library on Pastoral Ministry

  • Author: John MacArthur

Encouraging, insightful, and challenging, this resource is designed for a new generation of shepherds who seek to lead with the passion of the apostles. Written by MacArthur and his colleagues at The Master’s Seminary, this guide outlines the biblical priorities essential to effective ministry.

MacArthur Pastor’s Library on Preaching

  • Author: John MacArthur

John MacArthur and other distinguished teachers of preachers respond to the apostles’ mandate in this comprehensive treatment of expository preaching. Dr. MacArthur’s well-known passion for the Scriptures is combined with the vision and expertise of other faculty members at The Master’s Seminary to produce a definitive statement on how to unfold the meaning of God’s Word effectively to today’s congregation.

MacArthur’s Quick Reference Guide to the Bible

  • Author: John MacArthur

Noted pastor/teacher John MacArthur takes you through the key aspects of the Bible in this guide for students. For all 66 books, the guide treats key doctrines highlighted people, geographic, historical and cultural background, cross references, how Christ is pictured, the character/attributes of God, and explanations of key words and interpretive challenges.

This guide also includes:

  • “Why I believe the Bible”
  • How to interpret each type of literature
  • Charts, timelines, and maps
  • “Where to find it” index of favorite passages and key Bible events, stories, and teachings
  • Doctrinal studies (concise, with references and brief explanations)
  • Index of people in the Bible
  • Topical index
  • “How to study the Bible” article

Ashamed of the Gospel: When the Church Becomes Like the World

  • Author: John MacArthur

Near the end of his ministry, Charles H. Spurgeon wrote a series of articles entitled “The Down Grade.” He was warning the church of his day that Christianity was on the decline—and, worse, that the downward momentum seemed to be overtaking evangelicalism. Christian leaders were becoming worldly, spiritually cold, and tolerant of doctrinal error. Spurgeon feared the Church would eventually forfeit its testimony altogether. Sadly, his prediction came true, and evangelicalism in early 20th-century England was decimated. Today, John MacArthur is sounding the same cry in Ashamed of the Gospel, bringing the same types of issues to the forefront of evangelical awareness. But while Spurgeon battled modernism—which school of thought led to a denial of doctrines fundamental to the Christian faith—MacArthur is primarily concerned with “pragmatism.” Pragmatism ignores doctrine and focuses more on achieving “success” than on communicating God’s Word unashamedly. Tragically, this theology emphasizes church growth over church doctrine, makes entertaining congregations more important than feeding them spiritually, and views truth as being secondary to “what works.” The challenging message of Ashamed of the Gospel is one that today’s church dare not ignore. And it offers a warning that can make the difference for an entire congregation between walking in the light or living in the dark.

Hard to Believe: The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus

  • Author: John MacArthur

Popular perception of Jesus Christ is that of a tempered, genteel man who walked the earth, offering nuggets of wisdom to his followers. But what we sometimes fail to recognize is that although Jesus Christ offered a message of forgiveness, he also spoke challenging, demanding words about what being a follower of Christ requires. In contrast to the superficiality of much modern Christian teaching, Dr. John MacArthur serves up the unvarnished truth of what Christ taught and lived. In simple, compelling terms, he spells out what is required of those who would follow him. Going beyond Jesus’ life to include the crucifixion and resurrection, MacArthur shows readers that Jesus modeled the commitment and loving obedience he requires of us by making the ultimate sacrifice for humankind.

How To Survive In a World of Unbelievers: Jesus’ Words of Encouragement on the Night Before His Death

  • Author: John MacArthur

Jesus answered this troubling question on the eve of his death with some of the most poignant, powerful teaching in his entire ministry. During those hours, he taught his apostles—and, consequently, all believers throughout history—How to Survive In a World of Unbelievers. Respected pastor, teacher, and author John MacArthur, in a reading of John 13–16, plumbs the depths of Jesus’ final words of encouragement to us. By studying this valuable book, you will find answers to these and other difficult questions:

  • How can you keep your life focused on glorifying Christ in a society that proclaims self-esteem, pride, and personal achievement as marks of success?
  • How do you retain your Christian ethics when you boss asks you to lie or cheat?
  • How can you keep your family anchored to Christ in a society that is drifting far away from his teaching on family issues such as divorce, homosexuality and abortion?
  • How do you help your children stay morally pure when they want to “fit in” with school friends who prefer objectionable activites?
  • How can you remain pure-hearted and spiritually sound in a church seemingly full of hypocrites?

Introduction to Biblical Counseling: Basic Guide to the Principles and Practice of Counseling

  • Author: John MacArthur

In recent years, many in the church have disdained the Bible as the guidebook for living and instead sought the help of psychologists and secular methods for explaining the difficulties of life. Yet when believers need help in dealing with their sin, to whom can they turn? Introduction to Biblical Counseling is the perfect manual for instructing the willing servant how to counsel from God’s Word. This basic guide to the principles and practices of counseling will reinforce your confidence in the sufficiency, superiority, and practicality of Scripture for dealing with all the issues of life.

Rediscovering Pastoral Ministry: Shaping Contemporary Ministry With Biblical Mandates

  • Author: John MacArthur

Many pastors and churches are buying into today’s consumer-oriented culture and losing sight of a higher biblical calling. Preoccupied with image and standing, with measurable success and market effectiveness, pastors are replacing the biblical role of shepherd with the worldly model of shopkeeper. Rediscovering Pastoral Ministry offers insights from a team of pastors and scholars, examining the essentials of what a pastor is to be and to do. From Scriptural backgrounds to practical application, pastors and church leaders will understand the character and essence of pastoral ministry, learn about the biblical preparation of a pastor, affirm the personal qualifications of a pastor, and recover the biblical priorities of pastoral work. MacArthur examines God’s calling, prayer, priorities, worship, preaching, outreach, discipleship, and other aspects of shepherding Christ’s flock, challenging pastors to deepen the biblical roots of their own ministries.

The Glory of Heaven: The Truth about Heaven, Angels, and Eternal Life

  • Author: John MacArthur

Our pictures of life in heaven span the range from comical to curious, from mystical to fictitious—with maybe some biblical truth thrown in. For example: we know angels will be there. But thanks to TV, we think of them as gorgeous, white-robed beings with enormous wings. We know we will be given new bodies, but books have convinced us that this means we will end up with a set of wings ourselves. And cartoons, movies, and music have portrayed those who have gone to heaven as having full knowledge of what’s happening to their loved ones on earth. But if heaven is in your future, a Hollywood scriptwriter’s interpretation or some artist’s rendering of it just won’t do. You need to know the truth, which, paradoxically, is far better than anything our creative minds can imagine. The only one who knows the glorious truth about heaven is God. And the only place to find that truth is in His Word. In this book, Pastor John MacArthur takes you through those very Scriptures and opens your heart to the realities of heaven, angels, and eternal life. It’s a joyous study of every Christian’s future. A future that you can and should anticipate. Come along with this bestselling author for an in-depth look at where you’ll spend eternity. Open up The Glory of Heaven and catch a glimpse of home.

Welcome to the Family: What to Expect Now That You’re a Christian

  • Author: John MacArthur

When you become part of God’s family and join a local congregation, you encounter new expectations, privileges, vocabulary, and more. In this accessible book, pastor John MacArthur shows new Christians how to process all this and “plug in” to the church. He gives converts the big picture of what it means to be a part of the fellowship of believers.

What the Bible Says About Parenting: Biblical Principles for Raising Godly Children

  • Author: John MacArthur

More than ever, Christians need to know what the Bible actually teaches about parenting—and put that teaching into practice. In What the Bible Says About Parenting, pastor and teacher John MacArthur presents time-proven principles of biblical parenting clearly and carefully to help parents make sense of their duties before God and bring up their children in the ways of the Lord.

Why Government Can’t Save You: An Alternative to Political Activism

  • Author: John MacArthur

In Why Government Can’t Save You, author John MacArthur illustrates through Scripture that, regardless of the numerous immoral, unjust, and ungodly failures of secular government, believers are to pray and seek to influence the world for Christ by godly, selfless, and peaceful living under that authority, not by protests against the government or by acts of civil disobedience. Dr. MacArthur will explore these areas:

  • Christians’ responsibility to authority
  • How and why to support our leaders
  • How to live righteously in a pagan culture
  • The principle of paying taxes
  • Jesus’ lessons on tax exemptions
  • The biblical purpose of government
  • The principle and reasons for civil obedience

Why One Way? Defending an Exclusive Claim in an Inclusive World

  • Author: John MacArthur

A concise guide to understanding how and why the ancient Christian faith makes sense for today and a blueprint for communicating truth to a “truthless” and cynical generation. The book is centered on six key principles: objectivity, rationality, veracity, authority, incompatibility and integrity. In the ultimate apologetic, John MacArthur presents a case for Christianity that serves as much as a logical explanation as a solid defense.

Anxiety Attacked

  • Author: John MacArthur

Anxiety Attacked goes beyond pop psychology’s temporary cures by returning us to our only true source of comfort. From such passages as Matthew 6:25–34, Philippians 4:6–9, and 1 Peter 5:5–7, John MacArthur compassionately demonstrates God’s concern about our anxious situations, and helps us appropriate God's resources for dealing with them calmly yet effectively.

Can God Bless America?

  • Author: John MacArthur

Recently, and seemingly overnight, the once cliché slogan “God Bless America” became almost a national mantra. John MacArthur gets to the heart of the matter by asking the questions most Americans choose to ignore: “should God bless America?” “Is America deserving of blessing?” Turning to the Old Testament, he presents the simple truth of God’s word—his blessing has always had conditions. MacArthur calls the nation to turn back to God by showing us how we can become a nation that is once again blessed by God.

Different by Design

  • Author: John MacArthur

Almost without notice, our homes and churches have become the newest laboratory for gender-role experimentation. Lured by the world’s acceptance and a national obsession with fairness, we’ve replaced the once-clear biblical boundaries between men and women with a confusing, frighteningly secular hybrid. Dr. MacArthur helps the reader discover and understand the beauty, balance, and benefits of God’s unique role for men and women in the home and church family.

Drawing Near—Daily Readings for a Deeper Faith

  • Author: John MacArthur

It’s a fact of life: our health declines if we don’t nourish our bodies every day with food and water. That’s true physically. It’s true spiritually as well. If we neglect to regularly feed our souls on the Holy Scriptures, our faith becomes weak and we start to lose touch with our Savior. Growth is stifled—if it happens at all. Drawing Near, used daily in combination with God’s Holy Word, can not only help bring you closer to God but also keep you from spiritual stagnation. This book will guide you in a growing relationship with him.

God in the Manger

  • Author: John MacArthur

Pastor and teacher John MacArthur unravels the intricacies of the event that changed the face of human history: the birth of Christ. As he examines every angle of Christ’s birth—from the heavenly announcement to the mixed reactions and the powerful ramifications—the superiority and preeminence of Jesus Christ will shine through and speak volumes about creation, redemption, and divine destiny.

Hard to Believe Workbook

  • Author: John MacArthur

The popular perception of Jesus Christ is that of a tempered, genteel man who walked the earth, offering nuggets of wisdom to his followers. But what we sometimes fail to recognize is that although Jesus Christ offered a message of forgiveness, he also spoke challenging, demanding words about what being a follower of Christ requires. In contrast to the superficiality of much modern Bible teaching, Dr. John MacArthur uncovers in this workbook the unvarnished truth of what Christ really taught. In simple, compelling terms, he spells out what is required of those who would follow him. With provocative questions and exercises, he leads readers to a full understanding of the call of Christ.

How to Meet the Enemy

  • Author: John MacArthur

In How to Meet the Enemy, John MacArthur explores the origin of spiritual warfare, its present reality, and what our response should be. He also takes a detailed look at each piece of spiritual armor—which he points out is primarily defensive, not offensive, in nature.

In the Footsteps of Faith

  • Author: John MacArthur

Although some of the standards by which we should live seem impossible, God not only gave us principles to live by but also provided us with examples to follow. Dr. MacArthur examines the lives of faithful men and women, showing that a life of faith and victory—a godly life—is more than possible, it’s a reality.

Reckless Faith: When the Church Loses Its Will to Discern

  • Author: John MacArthur

Scripture and reason—the two together compose the formula for true discernment. Yet in many American churches, reason has been abandoned for something more digestible—faith that feels good. It is what pastor John MacArthur calls “reckless faith”—and it leads people away from the one true God. Because of it, numerous Christians have lost their way. They’ve given up absolute truth in favor of blind, uncritical trust. They’ve replaced black-and-white, foundational doctrine with clouded belief systems. They’ve even come to view reason and doctrine with contempt—as if spiritual truth were supposed to bypass the mind altogether. In the wake of such emotion-based “faith,” the church is losing its ability to discern right from wrong. And it is leaving itself defenseless against false teachings. But there is still time for the church to turn around. Still time for a return to discernment—if Christians will “incline their hearts to understanding” and begin to use their hearts, their minds, and the unchanging Word of God to determine the truth that endures forever.

Rediscovering Expository Preaching

  • Author: John MacArthur

In keeping with the purposes of The Master’s Seminary, this volume aims toward the goal of motivating and equipping this and the next generation of Christian leaders to provide wholesome spiritual nourishment for God’s people from his Word. Rediscovering Expository Preaching combines, in a highly condensed form, all aspects of The Master’s Seminary program, which is designed to shape men of God to proclaim the Word of God effectively, so that nonbelievers can be evangelized and believers can be equipped to do the work of ministry. Rediscovering Expository Preaching targets both the seasoned preacher and the student of preaching/teaching. It has also been written to help serious laymen in their ministry of the Word. Pastors without seminary training can profit from this volume, too, as can veteran pastors, who are continually seeking a higher level of expository excellence.

Safe in the Arms of God

  • Author: John MacArthur

“Is my baby in heaven?” This is the most important question a grieving parent can ask. And even if the little one is someone else’s child, the issue remains: what happens to children—those unborn, stillborn, or young—when they die? Can you hope to see them again? Can you let go of your fear and guilt? Can God’s love soothe a wound so jagged?

Saved Without a Doubt

  • Author: John MacArthur

Do you ever struggle with the insecure feeling of not knowing for sure if you will go to heaven? Is there any way to overcome that doubt? With pastoral love and concern, John MacArthur answers the second question with an authoritative yes! He carefully examines the biblical texts affirming the forever quality of salvation—but does not ignore the troubling passages that seem to indicate otherwise.

Successful Christian Parenting

  • Author: John MacArthur

More than ever, Christians need to know what the Bible actually teaches about parenting—and to put that teaching into practice. In Successful Christian Parenting, pastor and teacher John MacArthur presents time-proven principles of biblical parenting clearly and carefully to help parents make sense of their duties before God and bring up their children in the ways of the Lord.

The Battle for the Beginning

  • Author: John MacArthur

Thanks to the theory of evolution, naturalism is now the dominant religion of modern society. Many Christians who claim to believe in the Bible seem willing to allow modern scientific theories to replace the Genesis account of creation. Such compromises present a great danger, MacArthur believes. Dr. John MacArthur draws a clear line in today’s theological landscape and calls on his readers to help him defend it.

The Book on Leadership: The Power of a Godly Influence

  • Author: John MacArthur

Our country is facing a leadership crisis, with fewer leaders available than are needed. Even more distressing, the church is facing the same crisis. Failures in church leadership seem to be at an epidemic level, reminding us of the adage, “as the leaders go, so go the people.” With so much at stake, how can we raise up effective leaders who have a genuine and lasting impact on their charge? Author John MacArthur writes on more than 60 traits every leader needs. These elements of character form the framework from which MacArthur details the qualifications and responsibilities of effective leaders, no matter if they are full-time staff members or Christians seeking to serve God at church, at home, at work, and with friends.

The Gospel According to the Apostles

  • Author: John MacArthur

Ever since the days of the apostles Paul and James, Christians have struggled to define the proper balance between faith and works. Salvation, Paul stresses is “not by works, so that no one can boast” (Ephesians 2:8–9). But James argues, “Show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works” (2:18). In fact, he asserts, “Faith without works is dead.” In his characteristically compelling style, Dr. MacArthur reconciles these two seemingly divergent threads of biblical truth, taking on the difficult questions head-on:

  • What is cheap grace?
  • Have some Christians adopted a “no-lordship” theology?
  • What must a person do to be considered righteous by God?

The MacArthur Bible Handbook

  • Author: John MacArthur

The MacArthur Bible Handbook is the ultimate book-by-book survey of the Bible, including charts, graphs, and illustrations from today’s leading expository teacher. A unique reference tool committed to quality and biblical teaching, it will help you easily understand each book of the Bible, that book’s historical context, and its place in Scripture.

The MacArthur Study Bible

  • Author: John MacArthur

For 30 years, John MacArthur has spent nearly 30 hours a week studying the Bible, taking detailed notes, and teaching people what he learns. The result is the MacArthur Study Bible. With the MacArthur Study Bible, you will have help understanding difficult passages, simplifying complex doctrines, and bridging important cultural, geographic, historic, and linguistic gaps. It can help bring your Bible to life, and what’s inside will transform your life. Make the MacArthur Study Bible your study Bible and unleash God’s truth, one verse at a time.

The MacArthur Topical Bible

  • Author: John MacArthur

Wouldn’t you like to have all the Scriptures on an important Bible topic—marriage, end times, the Holy Spirit, money management—in one place and instantly available: not just the references but the entire passage?

The MacArthur Topical Bible is the most user-friendly Bible study tool released in decades. An amazing time-saver for teachers and pastors planning their lessons. A comprehensive volume of 20,000 Bible topics and more than 100,000 Bible passages, carefully cross-referenced and organized for quick and complete visual location.

Designed for beginning students as well as seasoned scholars, the MacArthur Topical Bible is based on the ever-popular New King James Version, and it’s useful with all Bible translations.

The Murder of Jesus

  • Author: John MacArthur

To many, the story of Christ’s crucifixion has become so familiar that it has lost its ability to shock, outrage, or stir any great emotion. In The Murder of Jesus, John MacArthur presents this pivotal moment in the life of Jesus in a way that forces readers to witness this event in all its power. The passion of Christ is examined chronologically through the lens of the New Testament, with special attention given to Jesus’ words on the cross, the miracle that attended the crucifixion, and the significance of Christ’s atoning work.

The Power of Suffering

  • Author: John MacArthur

John MacArthur discusses the reasons trials come our way and the way believers can learn valuable lessons from God as a result of suffering. Strengthening faith in the refiner’s fire for all who have faced profound trials—physical or spiritual—and found themselves asking “where is God in the midst of the pain?.” The Power of Suffering examines the reality of pain and trials in the Christian life and offers a plausible, thoroughly biblical explanation for the deep valleys each of us inevitably cross.

The Truth War Study Guide

  • Author: John MacArthur

Right now, truth is under attack, and much is at stake. Christians are caught in the crossfire of alternative Christian histories, emerging faulty texts, and a cultural push to eliminate absolute truth altogether. As a result, many churches and Christians have been deceived. Worse still, they propagate the deception that poses itself as truth! In The Truth War Study Guide John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God’s truth and anchors Christians in the eternal, immovable promises that are found in His Word.

The Truth War: Fighting for Certainty in an Age of Deception

  • Author: John MacArthur

Right now, truth is under attack, and much is at stake. Christians are caught in the crossfire of alternative Christian histories, emerging faulty texts, and a cultural push to eliminate absolute truth altogether. As a result, many churches and Christians have been deceived. Worse still, they propagate the deception that poses itself as truth! In The Truth War Study Guide John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God’s truth and anchors Christians in the eternal, immovable promises that are found in His Word.

The Vanishing Conscience

  • Author: John MacArthur

In a world obsessed with self-esteem and moral tolerance, talk of sin and guilt is taboo, even within the church. If you are concerned about today’s trend of shifting blame and denying guilt, you’ll find The Vanishing Conscience a fascinating read. This timeless work is a powerful indictment against worldly attitudes toward sin and guilt, and a potent reminder of how to deal with sin’s presence in our lives.

Truth for Today

  • Author: John MacArthur

In the tradition of Max Lucado’s Grace for the Moment and Charles Swindoll’s Wisdom for the Way comes a new book of inspirational thoughts by John MacArthur. Long respected as one of today’s most knowledgeable Bible teachers, John MacArthur has never written a book that offers his insights in such an easily accessible manner. Be prepared to be encouraged, challenged, energized, and changed as MacArthur offers seasoned wisdom on different passages of Scripture. Perfect for daily readings, this unique book is destined to be a treasured classic for years to come.

Twelve Extraordinary Women

  • Author: John MacArthur

Celebrated for their courage, vision, hospitality, and spiritual giftedness, it’s no wonder women were so important to God’s plan revealed in the Old and New Testaments. It wasn’t their natural qualities that made these women extraordinary, but the power of the one true God whom they worshipped and served. In Twelve Extraordinary Women, you’ll learn more than fascinating information about these women—you’ll discover, perhaps for the first time the unmistakable chronology of God’s redemptive work in history through their lives. These women were not ancillary to his plan: they were at the very heart of it.

Twelve Extraordinary Women Workbook

  • Author: John MacArthur

Armed with the success of his bestselling Twelve Ordinary Men, Dr. John MacArthur turns his attention to 12 of the most remarkable women of the Bible. Summarizing their lives and the depth of their individual faith, he demonstrates the way in which God also requires women to fortify his kingdom. Drawing from both the Old and New Testaments, Dr. MacArthur highlights a wide range of heroines, including Anna, Eve, Hanna, Lazarus’ sisters Martha and Mary, Mary Magdalene, Mary, mother of Jesus, Rahab, and Ruth—as well as the woman at the well, the poor woman of Luke, the seductress of Proverbs 7, and the believer of Proverbs 31.

  • Insightful questions for in-depth study
  • Places to journal
  • Guided prayers

Twelve Ordinary Men

  • Author: John MacArthur

Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament. Jesus chose ordinary men—fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots—and turned their weaknesses into strengths, producing greatness from utter uselessness. MacArthur draws principles from Christ’s careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today’s modern disciple—you.

Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words

This is the premium edition of this famous Bible study classic. It includes not only Vine’s famous New Testament dictionary but also extensive Old Testament counterpart, edited by Merrill F. Unger, the famous Old Testament scholar. All entries in both OT and NT dictionaries are organized alphabetically in English, along with the Hebrew or Greek words from which they are translated. Both Vine’s famous insights into the various shades of meaning and related Scripture references are included. Keyed throughout to Strong’s numbering system.

The Freedom and Power of Forgiveness

  • Author: John MacArthur

To be human is to desperately need forgiveness. And not only God’s. Real forgiveness is vital for healthy, strong relationships between husbands and wives, parents and children, friends, co-workers, and everyone else. What’s the difference between forgiving someone and tolerating sin? How should you and your church respond when a professing believer refuses to repent of sin? How does modern psychology line up with God’s Word when it comes to restoring relationships? The Freedom and Power of Forgiveness explores the issues thoughtfully and thoroughly.

First Love: Joy and Simplicity

  • Author: John MacArthur

In First Love, John MacArthur, Jr. asserts that what’s been lost can be found. This book can help you restore the fire and conviction of your first love for Christ by helping you develop a clearer understanding of his character, his glory, and his love for you.

Every Good and Evil Angel in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Every Good and Evil Angel in the Bible is comprehensive, covering the activity of angels from Genesis to Revelation. Useful, with information selected and written with Bible students, preachers, and teachers in mind. Up-to-date, with current biblical and historical research. It features cultural insight from the world of the Bible—the manners and customs of its peoples. Illustrated for enhanced understanding, with over 100 drawings, charts, and maps. Easy access to the information you want through comprehensive expository and Scripture indexes.

Every Man in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

The new standard for discovering all the men in the Bible! Profiles individual men, considering their roles, relationships, and lessons from their lives. Useful, up-to-date biblical scholarship for all Bible students, preachers, and teachers. Fresh insights into their historical and social settings make the lives of biblical men more relevant than ever before. Contemporary, easy-to-follow format and writing style. Fully illustrated, including over 75 maps, charts, drawings, and sidebars that add important information and visual appeal.

Every Miracle in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Every Miracle & Wonder in the Bible will help you understand the amazing miracles and wonders of the Bible and will strengthen your faith in a God who cannot be bound by time and space—or the skepticism of man. This comprehensive treatment of every miracle and wonder in the Bible will enable you to better know and share the powerful, loving God of miracles. Includes illustrations for enhanced understanding, with over 100 drawings, charts, and maps.

Every Name of God in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Humanity has come to understand God more fully by way of the names, titles, and images used to identify him in the Bible. Comprehensive, contemporary treatment of this vital biblical topic. Useful, up-to-date biblical scholarship for all Bible students, preachers, and teachers.

Every Prayer and Petition in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Every Prayer and Petition in the Bible will strengthen and empower you in your communication with God as you learn to appropriate his promises and follow his biblical patterns for worship, confession, petition, and intercession. Pastors, Bible class teachers, small group leaders, and Christian school and home-school teachers will find it a foundational reference too. With more than 100 drawings, charts, and maps—plus the expository index and Scripture index—this volume will become an indispensable source of information and inspiration on the subject of vital, effective prayer.

Every Promise in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

In Every Promise in the Bible, you’ll find that God is a keeper of his word, trustworthy and dependable, fulfilling everything he has promised. Dr. Larry Richards begins by examining God’s special commitments known as “covenants”—binding agreements given to God’s people. In part 2, Dr. Richards looks at a wealth of other wonderful promises found in the Old and New Testaments. Includes more than 100 drawings, charts, and maps—plus the expository index and Scriptural index.

Every Teaching of Jesus in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Comprehensive treatment of the teaching ministry of Jesus. Useful, up-to-date biblical scholarship for all Bible students, preachers, and teachers. Fresh insights into the historical and social setting of first-century Palestine make biblical persons and events more relevant than ever before. Contemporary, easy-to-follow format and writing style. Over 75 maps, charts, sidebars, and illustrations add important information and visual appeal. Topically arranged expository index and complete Scripture index.

Every Woman in the Bible

  • Author: Larry Richards

Profiles individual women, considering their roles and relationships and the lessons from their lives. Useful, up-to-date biblical scholarship for women— for all Bible students, preachers, and teachers. Fresh insights into their historical and social settings make individual women come alive like never before. Contemporary, easy-to-follow format and writing style. Over 75 maps, charts, illustrations, and sidebars add important information and visual appeal.

Life Lessons: A Glimpse of Glory: Studies on Christian Character

  • Author: Max Lucado

Join Max in this outstanding new topical study based on his bestselling book The Applause of Heaven. Excellent for personal, small group, or classroom settings. Learn to see yourself as God does—as a sacred delight.

Life Lessons: A Thirst for God: Studies on the Lord’s Prayer

  • Author: Max Lucado

Join Max in this challenging new topical study based on his bestselling book The Great House of God. Excellent for personal, small-group, or classroom settings. You can come to a deeper understanding of what it means for God to be the home for your heart.

Life Lessons: Book of 1 Corinthians

  • Author: Max Lucado

This study of the Corinthian Christians encourages us to learn patience as we see the Corinthians scolded for their sins while at the same time encouraged by their faith. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of Acts

  • Author: Max Lucado

These 12 lessons explore how the same men who doubted in Galilee, argued in Capernaum, and ran for their lives in Gethsemane are transformed by the resurrected King in the book of Acts. With Scripture readings, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Book of Ephesians

  • Author: Max Lucado

The letter of Ephesians, Lucado says, “celebrates the beauty of the church—”the Bride of Christ—“redeemed by his blood and wearing spotless his righteousness.” Each lesson has a Scripture passage as well as inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of Genesis

  • Author: Max Lucado

This study highlights the themes of sin and its consequences as Lucado brings us back to the beginning of the Bible. This study reminds us that God’s promises are ever present—even in difficult times. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, as well as inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of Hebrews

  • Author: Max Lucado

Hebrews was written for Jewish believers torn between their new faith and their old routines and rituals. Lucado explains that Christianity, God’s new covenant, is better in every way than the old covenant. With Scripture readings, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Book of James

  • Author: Max Lucado

The book of James can be called a book of logic, a “bare-knuckled, bare-boned” message that Christianity is so much more than words and Sunday worship. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of John

  • Author: Max Lucado

As an old man, the last surviving apostle, John wrote about the life of Christ as he experienced it. This study helps us, the generations of the church without eyewitnesses, understand what he saw and heard. With Scripture readings, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Book of Luke

  • Author: Max Lucado

This life lesson explores the letter and research paper written by a physician. Themes of hope, compassion, prayer, love for God’s people, true worship and sacrifice emerge to inspire and teach us all. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of Mark

  • Author: Max Lucado

Jesus’ compassion, miracles, and teachings are seen through the eyes of Mark. The drama in this version of the Gospel peaks as Jesus asks, “Who do you say that I am?” With Scripture reading, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Book of Psalms

  • Author: Max Lucado

The Psalms form a praisebook for God’s people, a collection of hymns and petitions to lead us in worship. The variety found in the Psalms reminds us that worship is personal and that, while each worships differently, each should worship. With Scripture reading, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Book of Revelation

  • Author: Max Lucado

The book of Revelation need not be so complicated and confusing when boiled down to its core. This study examines it as a book of assurances for believers, confirming that when the smoke of the final battle clears, the Son of God, Jesus, will stand triumphant. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational passage, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Book of Romans

  • Author: Max Lucado

In this profound Epistle, Paul explores the wrong paths people can take in life, then points to the only right one: Jesus Christ. Romans is a life-changing letter for those who are willing to admit they are sinners. With Scripture readings, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Books of 1 and 2 Peter

  • Author: Max Lucado

With honesty and clarity, Lucado lays out Peter’s two-part survival manual. The first book shows how Christians can survive persecution from outside by clothing themselves in the peace of God. The second book warns believers against complacent faith and false teachers. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Books of 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus

  • Author: Max Lucado

In this life-lesson volume, Paul counsels Timothy, his young ministry apprentice, about being a servant leader, challenging him to persevere in suffering, live a life in spirit, and keep faith. Each lesson has a Scripture passage, an inspirational reading, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer.

Life Lessons: Books of Ezra and Nehemiah

  • Author: Max Lucado

This volume teaches 12 lessons on Ezra and Nehemiah, key leaders who left Babylon for the reconstruction of Jerusalem. With Scripture readings, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: Books of Ruth and Esther

  • Author: Max Lucado

Throughout the book of Ruth, we are reminded that God can pick up the shambles of our lives and weave them together to make something beautiful. As for Esther, we are taught that sometimes we have to face life with courage—but God gives us the strength to do it. With Scripture passages, inspirational readings, questions to answer, space for journaling, and a prayer, it’s like studying the Bible with Max Lucado.

Life Lessons: But Joy Comes in the Morning: Studies on Peace

  • Author: Max Lucado

A 12-week study that helps us answer the question, “Where is God when I hurt?.” based on the bestselling title He Still Moves Stones. Why does the Bible contain so many stories of hurting people? In this volume of the popular Topical Bible Study Series, Max Lucado builds on themes explored in He Still Moves Stones, showing us the tenderness of Christ through tragic situations and reminding us that what he did then, he is willing to do today.

Life Lessons: Embraced by God: Studies on God’s Love

  • Author: Max Lucado

This Bible study guide is an invitation to the greatest adventure ever imagined—to new joy and abundant life in Christ. When Christians can grasp the concept that they are embraced by God, the author says, they will find a life of purpose, grace, and rest. The adventure begins in this encouraging, life-changing guide.

Life Lessons: God’s Open Arms: Studies on Grace

  • Author: Max Lucado

Where the grace of God is missed, bitterness is born. But where the grace of God is embraced, forgiveness flourishes. The more we immerse ourselves in grace, the more likely we are to give grace. Join Max Lucado in this challenging new topical bible study based on his bestselling book, In the Grip of Grace. Excellent for personal, small-group, or classroom settings. You can learn to embrace grace and be welcomed into God’s open arms.

Life Lessons: The Path To Greatness: Studies on Trials

  • Author: Max Lucado

In this Topical Bible Study Guide Series, based on the popular bestseller In the Eye of the Storm, Max Lucado examines the most stressful day in the life of Christ. In the 12-lesson study, Max Lucado looks at one day in the life of Christ. It is the only day, aside from the crucifixion, recorded by all four Gospels. With keen insight and exacting clarity, Max Lucado shows us that by studying how Jesus handled his day, we can learn the secret of transforming panic into peace stress into serenity, and chaos into control.

Life Lessons: Touch of the Master’s Hand: Studies on Jesus

  • Author: Max Lucado

Join Max in this challenging new topical Bible study based on his bestselling book, Just Like Jesus. Lessons include topics such as becoming like Jesus, loving difficult people, extending God’s hand, hearing God’s music, being led by an unseen hand, knowing where to look, and fulfilling your destiny. Excellent for personal, small-group, or classroom settings. You, too, can learn to be just like Jesus.

Life Lessons: Waiting for Christ’s Return: Studies on Hope

  • Author: Max Lucado

Max Lucado guides the reader through the events surrounding Christ’s return, answering questions about this often confusing subject and offering words of comfort and hope.

Everyday Blessings: Inspirational Thoughts from the Published Works of Max Lucado

  • Author: Max Lucado

If a single contemporary author can be said to capture the heart, soul, and imagination of our generation, it is unquestionably Max Lucado. His disarmingly conversational style, vivid imagery, and insightful comments on faith have resulted in sales of more than 33 million books. With Everyday Blessings, he brings 365 reflections on individual Scriptures into J. Countryman’s Minute Meditation series. This fifth installment of the inviting collection of little books features full-color design throughout and Lucado’s signature affirmations from cover to cover.

America Looks Up

  • Author: Max Lucado

In a time such as this, believers and unbelievers alike are turning to God like never before. Max Lucado helps us understand how to pray despite doubt and fear. When tragedy strikes, people desperately search for answers. On September 11, 2001, our nation began that desperate search. There wasn’t a city, a family, or a single person that survived unaffected by the horrific events of that infamous day. Bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado points to the only real answer: prayer. Derived from Max’s prayer for the nation in response to the attacks, America Looks Up explores how we should pray in these uncertain and confusing days.

And the Angels were Silent

  • Author: Max Lucado

The players are nearing the stage. The props are being put into position. All of heaven watches. It’s the long awaited week. A week when no angel dares sing. A hush falls over heaven as Jesus faces his final days. Note the firmness in his walk. Hear the conviction in his voice. Witness the courage of his deeds. See his passion . . . the Savior who will not give up on his children until they are found. See his power . . . the God who will not tolerate hollow religion. Hear his promise . . . the Redeemer who would rather go to hell for you than heaven without you. With a gentleness laced with a new boldness, Max Lucado will help you see the heart of Christ and remember what really matters.

Come Thirsty

  • Author: Max Lucado

Are you a dry sponge? Edgy and rigid? Ineffective? Would you like to be softened up some? Would you like to be more useful in the hands of the one who made you? Then come to the well, says Max Lucado. Scientists assure us that humans can’t live without water, and we don’t even attempt it. But survival without God? Oh, we sip, we taste, but we’re prone to go extended times without a good drink from the well of the Lord. And we pay the price for doing so. We shrink. We coil and recoil against the world . . . organs harden . . . hearts harden. In this renewing and life-giving book, Max Lucado leads us to the four essential nutrients needed by every soul. Come to the cross and know that your sins are pardoned and your death is defeated. Receive Christ’s energy and believe that you can do all things through the one who gives you strength. Receive his Lordship, knowing that you belong to him and that he looks out for you. Receive his love and feel confident that nothing can separate you from it.

Cure for the Common Life: Living in Your Sweet Spot

  • Author: Max Lucado

It’s Sunday afternoon and you’re already dreading the inevitable Monday morning. You spend 50 plus hours at a job you hate, only to come home too exhausted to pursue anything other than reality TV.

Well, you are not alone: 87 percent of workers don’t find meaning in their work and 80 percent believe their talents are not used. And there are consequences—whether or not we realize it, our resulting attitude impacts our health, our relationships, and our fundamental sense of happiness. But bestselling author Max Lucado has a cure.

We are all unique individuals, created in God’s image, with our own gifts, strengths and passions. In his winsome voice, Max will encourage you to explore your uniqueness, put it to work, and redefine your concept of career.

Gentle Thunder

  • Author: Max Lucado

How far do you want God to go in getting your attention? Don’t answer too quickly. What if God moved you to another land? (As he did Abraham.) What if he called you out of retirement? (Remember Moses?) How about the voice of an angel or the bowel of a fish? (Gideon and Jonah.) God does what it takes to get our attention. That’s the message of this book: receptiveness to God’s calling.

God Came Near

  • Author: Max Lucado

Christians want so desperately to see Jesus—to squint through their pain, struggles, fear, and dizzying distractions and really focus on him. Now they can, with the help of much-loved pastor Max Lucado! In this newly repackaged edition of a timeless bestseller, beloved author Max Lucado gently leads readers to glimpse the risen Lord in all his glory and to feel his loving presence in their lives. This warm, insightful book offers an irresistible opportunity for seekers and Christians alike to begin anew their journey—to the God who came near just so they could know him.

God’s Inspirational Promises

  • Author: Max Lucado

What do you get when you combine the popular writings of Max Lucado with Scripture verses arranged topically for easy access? You get God’s Inspirational Promises, one of the bestselling promise books of all time. This little book has sold more than 700,000 copies since it’s first printing in 1996. Filled with inspirational promises about valuing others, anger, suffering, praising God, Jesus, and more, this is a promise book filled with comfort and guidance that you’ll turn to again and again during times of need.

Grace for the Moment

  • Author: Max Lucado

For such a small book, Grace For the Moment has had a major impact on countless lives. With more than 1.1 million copies sold, this devotional continues to touch lives as it emphasizes the help and hope of God in everyday moments. Each daily reading features devotional writings from Max Lucado’s numerous bestsellers as well as a Scripture verse selected especially for that day’s reading.

He Chose the Nails

  • Author: Max Lucado

The wood. The thorns. The nails. Christ’s sacrifice has defined the very essence of mankind’s faith for the past 2000 years. And now, Max Lucado invites you to examine the cross, contemplate its purpose, and celebrate its significance in He Chose the Nails. With his warm, caring style, Max examines the symbols surrounding Christ’s crucifixion, revealing the claims of the cross and asserting that if they are true, then Christianity itself is true.

In the Eye of the Storm

  • Author: Max Lucado

Take a journey into a stormy day in the life of Christ—and be assured that within every torrent there is a calm center. Come face-to-face with Jesus when he experiences more stress than he did on any other day of his life, aside from that of his crucifixion. Before the morning becomes evening, he has reason to weep, run, shout, curse, praise, and doubt. If you know what it means to be caught in life’s storms . . . if you’ve ever ridden the roller coaster of sorrow and celebration . . . if you’ve ever wondered if God in heaven can relate to you on earth, then this book will encourage and inspire you.

In the Grip of Grace

  • Author: Max Lucado

Can anything separate us from the love of God? Can you drift too far? Wait too long? Out-sin the love of God? The answer is found in one of life’s sweetest words—grace. Max Lucado shows how you can’t fall beyond God’s love. “God doesn’t condone our sin, nor does he compromise his standard. Rather than dismiss our sin, he assumes our sin and incredibly, sentences himself. God is still holy. Sin is still sin. And we are redeemed.”

Just Like Jesus

  • Author: Max Lucado

Where did we get this idea that we can’t change? From whence come such statements as “It’s just my nature to worry.” “I’ll always be pessimistic. I’m just that way.” “I can’t help the way I react. I have a bad temper.” Such thoughts are not from God. He can no more leave a life unchanged than a mother can leave a tear untouched. His plan for you is nothing short of a new heart. If you were a car, God would want control of your engine. If you were a computer, God would claim the software and the hard drive. If you were an airplane, he’d take his seat in the cockpit. But you are a person, so God wants to change your heart. Max Lucado tells how God loves you just the way you are—but he refuses to leave you there. He wants you to have a heart like his. He wants you to be just like Jesus.

A Love Worth Giving

  • Author: Max Lucado

God’s love is waiting for us; all we have to do is receive it. Then, in the true spirit of Christmas, we can,in turn, give it to someone else. Bestselling author Max Lucado has successfully pricked the hearts and minds of readers for decades. Now, he boldly says that before we can pass love on, we must receive it ourselves—from God. Pointing out that we must “love one another,” Lucado issues an impassioned plea to accept God’s love in order to truly, unselfishly, whole-heartedly love another. A book about giving a priceless gift, A Love Worth Giving includes “The Christmas Cookie” story, the message of salvation, and Max’s insight into drinking fully of the love of God.

Next Door Savior

  • Author: Max Lucado

We applaud men for doing good things. We enshrine God for doing great things. But what about a man who does God things? One thing is certain. We can’t ignore him. If these moments are factual—if the claim of Christ is true—then he was, at once, man and God. The single most significant person who ever lived. Forget MVP. He is the entire league. The head of the parade? Hardly. No one else shares the street. Who comes close? Humanity’s best and brightest fade like dime-store rubies next to him. Dismiss him? We can’t. Resist him? Equally difficult. Why would we want to? Don’t we need a God-man Savior? A just-God Jesus could make us but not understand us. A just-man Jesus could love us but never save us. But a God-man Jesus? Near enough to touch. Strong enough to trust. A next door Savior.

No Wonder They Call Him The Savior

  • Author: Max Lucado

Its tragedy summons all sufferers, its hope lures all searchers—no one can ignore the Cross. In this compelling quest for the Messiah, bestselling author Max Lucado invites readers to meet the blue-collar Jew whose claim altered a world and whose promise has never been equaled. Readers will come to know Jesus the Christ in a brand-new way as Lucado brings them full circle to the foot of the Cross and the man who sacrificed his life on it.

The Great House of God

  • Author: Max Lucado

God’s greatest desire is to be your dwelling place. Using the Lord’s Prayer as a floor plan for The Great House of God, Max Lucado introduces us to a God who desires his children to draw close to him. Warm your heart by the fire in the living room. Nourish your spirit in the kitchen. Step into the hallway and find forgiveness. No house is more complete: no foundation is more solid. So come into the house built just for you—The Great House of God.

Traveling Light

  • Author: Max Lucado

Learn to lighten your load as Max Lucado embraces what it really means to say, “The Lord is my Shepherd.” Weary travelers. You’ve seen them—everything they own crammed into their luggage. Staggering through terminals and hotel lobbies with overstuffed suitcases, trunks, duffels, and backpacks. Backs ache. Feet burn. Eyelids droop. We’ve all seen people like that. At times, we are people like that—if not with our physical luggage, then at least with our spiritual load. We all lug loads we were never intended to carry. Fear. Worry. Discontent. That’s the invitation of Max Lucado. With the 23rd Psalm as our guide, let’s release some of the burdens we were never intended to bear.

When Christ Comes

  • Author: Max Lucado

Thoughts of the second coming are unsettling. Open graves and occupied clouds. Sins revealed and evil unveiled. Yet, for Max Lucado, the coming of Christ will be “the beginning of the very best.” In When Christ Comes, Lucado shares how Christians can live in hope, confident, comfortable, and peaceful in our preparations for his return.

When God Whispers Your Name

  • Author: Max Lucado

Do you find it hard to believe that the one who made everything keeps your name in his heart and on his lips? Did you realize that your name is written on the hand of God (Is. 49:16)? Perhaps you’ve never seen your name honored. And you can’t remember when you heard it spoken with kindness. In this book, Lucado offers you the inspiration to believe that God has already bought the ticket—with your name on it.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 1

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 2

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 3

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 4

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 5

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 6

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 7

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 8

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 9

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 10

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 11

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

A Treasury of Great Preaching, Volume 12

  • Author: Clyde E. Fant, Jr.

A Treasury of Great Preaching has been written to provide inspirational reading, resources for study in history and homiletics, and tools for ministers in the preparation of their sermons, devotions, and religious writings. Over 90 preachers and their sermons are included. The historical period covered is from the first century to 1995. Only one era has no representatives—the period from approximately AD 500 to 1000.

Word In Life Bible Discovery Guide: Acts

  • Author: Joseph Snider

Sometimes we think that God uses only successful superstars or spiritual giants, not everyday people like us. But the book of Acts shows that the Holy Spirit and a whole lot of ordinary people took the message of Christ “to the ends o the earth.”

Word In Life Bible Discovery Guide: John

  • Author: Joseph Snider

How can an ordinary person live an extraordinary life? Where can you go to find peace in a world stressed by troubles? How can our most routine and earthly tasks be caught up into the glory that is the life of God? In the words and actions of Jesus, we find the answers.

Word In Life Bible Discovery Guide: Matthew

  • Author: Joseph Snider

No other person has ever touched the world like Jesus did. The Gospel of Matthew looks at his extraordinary life and the impact he had on everyone He met. But Matthew also shows how God sends his people into the world to be witnesses to a revolutionary kingdom—the Kingdom of God.

Word In Life Bible Discovery Guide: Romans

  • Author: Joseph Snider

God loves you, and he has done what it takes to put things right between him and you. But the good news in the book of Romans extends beyond making peace with God—it packs a punch that affects nature and nations. It makes peace between people, too.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2002 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2003 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2004 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2005 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2006 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2007 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2008 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, 2009 Edition

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

This ultimate sourcebook includes sermon outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year. With suggestions for worship planning—including hymns, prayers and Scripture text—this is a must-have for any pastor’s library. Not only does he provide sermon ideas for Sunday evenings and special occasions, pastor/author Robert J. Morgan also gives great suggestions for children’s sermons. Pastors will be encouraged with inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques in a special “For the Pastor’s Soul” section.

Milestones To Maturity (SFL; Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Milestones to Maturity unveils liberating truths from the story of Israel’s wilderness journey that apply to your life today. You will grow spiritually, learn to hear the Spirit’s voice more clearly, and gain fresh insight into God’s ways with his people.

Ministering in the Spirit and Strength of Jesus (SFL; 2 Corinthians, 1, 2 Timothy, Titus)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Ministering in the Spirit and Strength of Jesus illustrates how strength, power, and spiritual leadership operate when defined by the Gospel demonstrated by Jesus Christ. This study will help you share in the attitudes and actions of the one who came, not to lord over others or be served, but rather to serve and give himself in love for others.

Passing Faith’s Tests with Love and Joy : A study of James, 1&2 Peter, 1-3 John, Jude

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

These epistles offer practical ways to live out the Christian faith “in the trenches” of daily life. Passing Faith’s Tests with Love and Joy will help you find realistic ways to live out a vibrant faith under the pressures of an increasingly antireligious world.

Prisoner of Joy (SFL; Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Experience the freedom in Christ that transcends circumstances. This study will help you grow in spiritual freedom and strength as you discover the awesome blessings of grace, the true source of triumphant joy, and the power of forgiveness.

Receiving or Refusing God’s Glory : A study of 1 & 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Meet the kings, priests, and prophets of the old covenant and learn, through their stories, how to have a heart of humility and obedience unto the Lord. Discover how to receive his glory and cause it to remain in your life.

Restoring and Renewing the People of God : A Study of Ezra & Nehemiah

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

In this study of the books of Ezra and Nehemiah, you’ll see why worship should be the first priority in everything you do. You’ll see that even in seasons of waiting and delay, God’s promises never die, and you’ll find that when ordinary people unite in godly faith and confidence, God can bring the impossible to life.

Answering the Call to Evangelism (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Catch the fire that spread God’s word throughout the known world in the early days of the church. This guide leads you, strengthens you, and excites you with new energy to spread the good news.

Appointed to Leadership (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Learn how to grow more sensitive to the promptings of the Holy Spirit and how to encourage faith in others. Understand what underpins and guides the spiritual leader committed to being God’s instrument.

Beyond The Veil (SFL; Hebrews)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Christ’s fullness is revealed in one of the great faith books of the Bible—Hebrews. Take a closer, faith-building look into the foundations of that faith—the fullness of Jesus Christ.

Biblical Ministries Through Women (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Explore and celebrate the Kingdom’s glorious place for women. Learn about the unique and dynamic contributions of many women of the Bible, and see how God’s daughters are powerfully called to do God’s work today.

Everyday Wisdom for Everlasting Life : A study of Proverbs

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The book of Proverbs offers insight into ordering your values and making wise choices, which insight leads to strength of character and wholeness. With this guide, tap into God’s wisdom and discover practical and godly living for a chaotic, fast-paced world.

Fearless Faith (SFL; Galatians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The early letters from Paul glow with the fire of the Spirit and his provision for believers distressed by unsettling and erroneous teachings. This study challenges us to fearless faith by experiencing and trusting the true freedom the Spirit gives.

Focusing on the Future (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Hear God more clearly through his prophecies and understand why they are important to you and your walk with God. This guide shows how prophecies are gifts from God to help you in your daily life.

God’s Way to Wholeness (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Take an in-depth look at how the Holy Spirit’s power heals and restores broken hearts, broken homes, broken lives, and broken bodies. This study shows how the Lord’s redemptive love and healing power is revealed at every point of our need.

Hayford’s Bible Handbook

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The first-of-its-kind Bible handbook offers charismatic and Pentecostal Christians a major reference tool that provides easy access to a wealth of biblical and practical information. Contains an interactive survey (with Kingdom Life Insights) for each book of the Bible, the unique Spirit-Filled Life Encyclopedic Dictionary with over 1,300 entries, and Kingdom Keys for applying the principles of the Spirit-filled life. Coach Bill McCartney says that this handbook is “of immense value.” C. Peter Wagner says that “[this volume] should be front and center in the home of every Christian who is serious about serving God in these days.” Dr. Wayne Grudem says: “I am happy to commend [it], and I fully expect it will bring widespread benefit to the body of Christ . . .”

His Name is Jesus (SFL; Matthew, Mark, Luke)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

His Name is Jesus focuses on the life of Jesus as seen in Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Understanding the importance of applying his words to our lives, you’ll explore events and key themes of Christ’s earthly ministry as seen in his titles—and discover more fully what it means to follow him as Savior and Lord.

How to Live Through A Bad Day

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Each of us has experienced bad days, and these bad days are often compounded by our focus on the “badness” of the situation. But Dr. Jack Hayford contends that “in such times the Lord calls us to hear His voice.” And so, beginning with seven phrases uttered by Jesus on the cross, he constructs the model for godly behavior while enduring hardship. Insights include:

  • Father, forgive them for they know not what they do. To forgive those seeking to injure you is to remove yourself from their control.
  • My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? We can ask God the hard questions.
  • Into your hands I commit my spirit. Surrender your suffering to God and let go.

How to Live Through a Bad Day is ideal for anyone who has experienced stress, pain, weariness, or an assault of character. Jack Hayford speaks the words of Jesus—the words of life that sustain and encourage us to live through our worst days.

Kingdom Living (SFL; Romans)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Romans is a gold mine rich with insight and revelation on some of the most basic faith-building truths. Learn how to take your place in the kingdom: how to walk in the spirit, to trust God amid suffering, and to live in the power of Christ’s resurrection.

Kingdom Power (SFL; Acts)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The book of Acts reveals how ordinary people experienced extraordinary grace—resulting in the flame of the Spirit spreading from Jerusalem to Rome. Learn how life-changing encounters with the Spirit can ignite your life in the Lord today.

Kingdom Warfare (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Strengthen your skills as a soldier in God’s kingdom with this study guide on kingdom warfare. Discover how the role of angels is still manifest today and study practical patterns of prayer for battling contemporary works of darkness.

Life in the Kingdom (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Life in the Kingdom is a daily walk in righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. This guide helps equip you to live a kingdom life each day, grounded in Scripture, founded in the faith, and led by the King.

Living Beyond the Ordinary (SFL; John)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The book of John is a revelation of Jesus’ ministry and his love for his disciples. Let this guide lead you to a new understanding of the joy Jesus unleashed through his words and works, to how to strengthen your faith, and to the discovery of the keys to abundant life.

Pathways to Pure Power (SFL; 1 Corinthians)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Paul’s pastoral letter to the Corinthians addresses issues that affect every Christian today: sexual sin, love, money and giving, spiritual gifts, purity of doctrine, the cross, and the resurrection. In Pathways to Pure Power, you’ll discover this living testimony to everyday life in the Lord.

People of the Covenant (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

From the Garden of Eden to the garden in paradise, the blood of the sacrifice is the constant testimony of God’s grace. Learn about the covenants between God and his people and how those covenants are promises of power and holiness for the believer.

People of the Spirit (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Discover how God is spreading his gifts and power today to people who are hungry to be filled with his Spirit. In People of the Spirit you will learn how you can experience God’s life-transforming power and touch others with his love and grace.

Possessing the Promise of God (SFL; Joshua, Judges)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Discover, through the wilderness journeys of the children of Israel, the desire of God’s heart to bless and make prosperous his people. Take heart through your own pilgrimage of promise, that God can see you through the fears, doubts, discouragements, and battles to put you right where he wants you—possessing his promise.

Praying in the Spirit (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

This study explores the gift of spiritual language: the biblical foundations for speaking in tongues and how this gift deepens and enriches the believer’s spiritual life. You’ll learn how spiritual language accompanied the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the early church, guidelines for using this gift to the glory of God, and guidance for helping others experience it too.

Promises and Beginnings (SFL; Genesis)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Genesis not only explains the essentials of our beginning, but also helps you understand the foundations of the kingdom of God and how Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of God’s eternal plan. You’ll discover practical insights into God’s love, faithfulness, provision, and forgiveness!

Race and Reconciliation (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

God wants us to celebrate the ethnic diversity within the unity of his one people, but he condemns the idolatry of racism that divides Christians. Race and Reconciliation includes practical ways to heal wounds caused by prejudice.

Redemption and Restoration (SFL; Ruth, Esther)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Ruth and Esther, two of the most beloved and personal books of the Old Testament reveal lessons in the way God works through even the most difficult circumstances to unfold his plans and purpose for our lives. Explore how God has worked—and still works—to redeem and preserve his people.

Singing from the Heart (SFL; Psalms)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

A study of Psalms is an exhilarating journey through the entire worship experience—from rejoicing to rejuvenation to the redeeming touch of God. Singing from the Heart helps you uncover an unending source of inspiration and strength.

Spirit Filled Life Study Bible

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

More than a one-man, one-denomination, or one-emphasis study resource, this Bible unfolds the broad spectrum of Pentecostal and Charismatic teaching. Articles and commentaries are simple to read and understand, clarifying difficult passages and concepts. Special sections include kingdom dynamics thematic studies linked throughout the Bible, 500 word wealth studies, truth-in-action lessons, and thousands of annotations.

The Spirit-Filled Family (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Just as God’s promise of an eternal home raises joy and anticipation, so should our family relationships on earth. This guide offers practical help for building a strong spiritual family that is a comfort and support to each member’s walk with God.

Toward More Glorious Praise (SFL)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Deepen your communion with God through the study of worship. Toward More Glorious Praise will help you discover the importance of worship in your daily life and learn practical ways to embrace worship as a lifestyle—with childlike faith and new power in the Spirit.

Twelve Voices For Truth (SFL; Minor Prophets)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

The Minor Prophets were major players in keeping God’s name and his will before ancient peoples. Explore how these ancient prophets speak powerfully to believers today.

Until The End of Time (SFL; Daniel, Revelation)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Take an intriguing journey through Daniel and Revelation for a look at man’s future. Drawing on these books written by men of great faith from ages past, this study is rich with insights into your future in the Lord.

Welcoming the Saving Reign of God : A study of Isaiah

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Welcoming the Saving Reign of God addresses the major messianic prophecies of Isaiah, pointing to their fulfillment in Jesus Christ. It also emphasizes Isaiah’s prophecies of the coming kingdom of God and how they began to be fulfilled in Jesus’ ministry. This guide will challenge you to welcome God’s saving reign in your life today.

Becoming a Leader after God’s Heart : A study of 1 & 2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

In this study, you will meet three influential leaders with lessons for today. Learn from Samuel how to keep your heart tuned to God’s voice. Watch Saul and promise yourself that you will never try to make things happen without God, and discover, with David, the spiritual riches of pursuing God with your whole heart.

Experiencing God’s Faithfulness in Judgment and Hope (SFL; Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel)

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

In the words of passionate prophets, you’ll meet a God whose heart still beats for those who are learning their lessons the hard way. Discover a God who accepts nothing less than full repentance but who will come down as low as he must to give us a vision of where he can take us.

Exploring the Depths of Life and Love: A study of Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon

  • Author: Jack W. Hayford

Explore the sturdiness of biblical faith through this study of intense experiences of human life before God. The Bible books, in exploring the depths of life and love, will help you live through times of suffering, doubt, and celebration with a real-life faith that is both heavenly and down to earth.

Until Christ Returns—Study Guide

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Award-winning author and Bible teacher David Jeremiah says this is no time for his Church to panic, to become distracted, to be confused by prophetic rabbit trails, or to miss priceless opportunities. In fact, these may be the best days to proclaim Christ since the first century. Previously titled Until I Come, this book helps readers listen for, and hear, the master’s voice even in the midst of chaos.

Until Christ Returns

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Award-winning author and Bible teacher David Jeremiah says this is no time for his Church to panic, to become distracted, to be confused by prophetic rabbit trails, or to miss priceless opportunities. In fact, these may be the best days to proclaim Christ since the first century. Previously titled Until I Come, this book helps readers listen for, and hear, the master’s voice even in the midst of chaos.

When Your World Falls Apart

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Drawing on his insightful sermon series, renowned pastor/teacher David Jeremiah shares the comfort and hope of the Psalms and the way that these truths can guide believers through life’s greatest challenges. He includes inspiring real-life stories of people who have struggled with terminal illness, the loss of a child, or the imprisonment of a spouse. Jeremiah interweaves his own journal entries, revealing his battle with cancer and the way that the Psalms helped to sustain him during the fight of his life. When Your World Falls Apart is an invaluable source of help and encouragement for people facing major obstacles in life.

A Bend in the Road

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Drawing on his insightful sermon series, renowned pastor/teacher David Jeremiah shares the comfort and hope of the Psalms and the way that these truths can guide believers through life’s greatest challenges. He includes inspiring real-life stories of people who have struggled with terminal illness, the loss of a child, or the imprisonment of a spouse. Jeremiah interweaves his own journal entries, revealing his battle with cancer and the way that the Psalms helped to sustain him during the fight of his life. A Bend in the Road, in conjunction with When Your World Falls Apart is an invaluable source of help and encouragement for people facing major obstacles in life.

Captured by Grace

  • Author: David Jeremiah

By following the dramatic stories of “Amazing Grace” hymnwriter John Newton and of the apostle Paul’s own encounter with the God of grace, Jeremiah helps readers understand the freeing power of permanent forgiveness and mercy.

Captured By Grace—Study Guide

  • Author: David Jeremiah

By following the dramatic stories of “Amazing Grace” hymnwriter John Newton and of the apostle Paul’s own encounter with the God of grace, Jeremiah helps readers understand the freeing power of permanent forgiveness and mercy. This study guide serves as an invaluable aid.

Escape the Coming Night

  • Author: David Jeremiah

No one can deny that the world is in trouble. Tragedy stalks our streets. Violence and bloodshed fill the news. How do we explain so much chaos? Is there any hope for peace in our time? Dr. David Jeremiah’s dramatic narrative on the book of Revelation answers these and many more challenging questions by unraveling the imagery and explaining the significance of the events described in the last book of the Bible. Within its pages are the hope and encouragement we need to lift us from the gloom of present events to the promise of a brilliant future.

Invasion of Other Gods

  • Author: David Jeremiah

The second wave of the new age movement has arrived, and deception is what the new spirituality is all about. The savage wolves are even now encircling our homes—but they have learned our language and they are dressed for success.

Life-Changing Moments with God

  • Author: David Jeremiah

No devotional has touched Christians’ hearts and minds quite like Daily Light. Now popular pastor David Jeremiah brings his insights to update this beloved classic for today’s reader. Each day of the year, readers will benefit from one of Dr. Jeremiah’s favorite Scripture-based devotions. He has paraphrased Scriptures from the NKJV in first and second person so that readers can understand clearly that God’s Word is personally directed to them: “Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might” (Eph. 6:10); “Thanks be to God, who gives you the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ” (1 Cor. 15:54); “You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free” (James 1:25). Each daily devotion also includes a short prayer from Dr. Jeremiah to guide readers even further into Scriptural meditation.

My Heart’s Desire

  • Author: David Jeremiah

How would you answer a pollster who appeared at your church asking for a definition of worship? Is it really a sin to worship without sacrifice? When you finish studying My Heart’s Desire you’ll have not just an answer but the biblical answer to that all-important question.

Overcoming Loneliness (Study Guide)

  • Author: David Jeremiah

There is no anguish like loneliness. But God has a cure. In this study we will explore many passages of Scripture that will help us understand loneliness, learn how to deal with it, and develop a faith that endures even in the lonely times.

Searching for Heaven on Earth

  • Author: David Jeremiah

“If heaven were to be found on earth,” says Dr. David Jeremiah, “no mountain could be high enough, no ocean could provide the necessary depth. The search must continue somewhere else.” Come with him on the most crucial pilgrimage of all. And when you are done, if you have tread the right soil, you will have found, at last, the object of your every quest . . . the true North Star of your every journey . . . the never-dimming light of your fondest hopes . . . the way to the happiness you’ve been longing for.

Searching for Heaven on Earth—Study Guide

  • Author: David Jeremiah

“If heaven were to be found on earth,” says Dr. David Jeremiah, “no mountain could be high enough, no ocean could provide the necessary depth. The search must continue somewhere else.” Come with him on the most crucial pilgrimage of all. And when you are done, if you have tread the right soil, you will have found, at last, the object of your every quest . . . the true North Star of your every journey . . . the never-dimming light of your fondest hopes . . . the way to the happiness you’ve been longing for. This study guide serves as an invaluable aid to Searching for Heaven on Earth.

Signs of Life

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Just as there are physical signs that determine the overall health and wellness of a patient, so too there are signs of life determining the extent to which a man or woman has been transformed into the image of Jesus. It’s a smile, a simple lifestyle, compassion in the face of misfortune, or the willingness to commit random acts of kindness, benevolence, social justice, tears, words.

In Signs of Life bestselling author David Jeremiah leads readers through a 40-day journey to a fuller understanding of what these signs are and how to be a person marked by them. This journey pursues a life characterized by relevancy, surrender, authenticity, generosity, and compassion—and in so doing, it transforms individuals, communities, and nations.

Signs of Life—Study Guide

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Just as there are physical signs that determine the overall health and wellness of a patient, so too there are signs of life determining the extent to which a man or woman has been transformed into the image of Jesus. It’s a smile, a simple lifestyle, compassion in the face of misfortune, or the willingness to commit random acts of kindness, benevolence, social justice, tears, words.

In Signs of Life bestselling author David Jeremiah leads readers through a 40-day journey to a fuller understanding of what these signs are and how to be a person marked by them. This journey pursues a life characterized by relevancy, surrender, authenticity, generosity, and compassion—and in so doing, it transforms individuals, communities, and nations. This study guide serves as an invaluable aid to Signs of Life.

Slaying the Giants in Your Life

  • Author: David Jeremiah

Giants plague today’s church. And while they may not wield spears and shields, they are fearsome, causing far too many of God’s children to stumble in their walks. In Slaying the Giants in Your Life, Dr. David Jeremiah challenges us to stand valiantly against the giants that seek to terrorize today’s believers. Dr. Jeremiah’s biblical Who’s Who of truth warriors will encourage you. Throughout the text, Dr. Jeremiah weaves gripping, real-life stories of contemporary giant slayers who came face-to-face with their own Goliaths: temptation, doubt, procrastination, and jealousy. In each, you will discover afresh the eternal, unwavering promise of God to overcome those giants.

The Handwriting on the Wall

  • Author: David Jeremiah

In The Handwriting on the Wall, prophecy expert David Jeremiah shows how an understanding of prophecy, specifically of that in the book of Daniel, opens a pathway to dynamic, faithful living today—with confidence and hope for the future.

Things that Matter

  • Author: David Jeremiah

David Jeremiah, host of the syndicated radio program “Turning Point” that reaches millions, now encourages readers to focus on the things that really matter—family, faith, and fellowship.

In this study of Jesus’ Olivet discourse, Jeremiah pinpoints a believer’s priorities and encourages readers to stay the path of the simpler things in life. Anyone who is overwhelmed, perplexed, or anxious about the past, present, or future will renew their hope for living through this small yet powerful work.

Finding Peace: God’s Promise of a Life Free from Regret, Anxiety, and Fear

  • Author: Charles Stanley

In times of crisis and confusion, Dr. Charles Stanley has learned the one phrase that can carry him through: “God, you are in control.” The peace he has experienced in life stems from that foundational belief. In Finding Peace, Dr. Stanley shares with readers how they, too, can experience an unshakeable peace that “passes all understanding.”

Filled with encouragement to lift the soul, Finding Peace offers insight on what causes us to live without God’s peace in our lives and how we can reverse course and open our hearts to receive it. Also, Stanley gives his perspective on the things that hinder peace—advice including the “Four Great Hallmarks of God’s Peace” and “Five Essential Beliefs for a Peaceful Heart”—to put the important message of this book into concrete terms. Addressing regret, anxiety, and fear, Dr. Stanley extends hope for overcoming the obstacles that block peace with the Lord. Finally, he gives direction on learning to live a life of contentment.

When the Enemy Strikes: The Keys to Winning Your Spiritual Battles

  • Author: Charles Stanley

At some point or another every Christian will experience a satanic attack—a willful, determined assault by the Devil meant to harm the Christian spirit, soul, or body. God wants Christians to be under his control, but the Enemy will do his best to destroy everything good in our lives. So the question is not how to avoid satanic attacks, but how to overcome them.

Satan is not omnipotent, but he is nonetheless a very powerful adversary. However, God does not leave us to defend ourselves, and he wants us to understand his supernatural and unlimited ability to help us. Dr. Stanley will show readers how to achieve victory by:

  • Identifying the enemy
  • Dressing in the full armor of God and standing firm
  • Releasing God’s energy, divine power, and protection through prayer
  • Sensing the forewarnings of Satan’s attacks on finances, family, relationships, or health

Spiritual warfare is fought every day on the battlefield of your mind. The adversary knows that if he can influence and direct your thinking, it’s only a matter of time before you’re vulnerable to the allure of sin. Dr. Stanley teaches that to stand against Satan’s attacks, you must meditate upon biblical principles and take every thought captive by arming yourself with the sword of the spirit—God’s Word.

Becoming Emotionally Whole

  • Author: Charles Stanley

God made you to have feelings. He desires that you experience his presence with your emotions, express yourself emotionally, and have an emotional relationship with other people. The Lord desires that you become emotionally whole!

For most of us, the realm of emotions has uncharted territories. We are unsure of the language of emotions. We have neglected or feared to explore areas of the inner life. Recognize at the outset of this study, that if this is true for you, it is likely true for every other person you know. Give family members, your circle of friends, other church members, and your Bible study group the freedom to err on their way toward emotional health.

Developing a Servant’s Heart

  • Author: Charles Stanley

How would you complete the following three statements?

  • “God saved me because . . .”
  • “God’s purpose for saving me was . . .”
  • “I am most like Jesus when I . . .”

This book by Charles Stanley holds clues to the answers.

Developing Inner Strength

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Discover Your Destiny

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Discover Your Destiny explores how God’s grace and love can strengthen, rebuild, and restore. Stanley guides readers to eternal, unshakable hope based on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ that can empower believers to rise victoriously from the most desperate situations. Even when you are suffering, God is in control, perfectly present, able, and at work. To the hurting and the troubled he imparts his righteousness, his perspective, his wisdom, and his faith. Above any difficulty, God is working for your ultimate good and eternal future. He is the source to which you can go when you desire to Discover Your Destiny.

Discovering Your Identity in Christ

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Enter His Gates

  • Author: Charles Stanley

In Dr. Charles Stanley’s bestselling daily devotional, readers will be encouraged to strengthen their Christian walk. Each month, readers will focus on themes such as setting goals, preparing for challenges, communicating with God, and overcoming adversity.

Eternal Security

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Is it possible to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that I am going to heaven? If my salvation really is secure, can I commit any sin and still go to heaven? Dr. Stanley helps believers understand the issues of grace and works in a compassionate, straightforward manner.

Experiencing Forgiveness

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Experiencing Success God’s Way

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Exploring the Depths of God’s Love

  • Author: Charles Stanley

The Bible says, “God so loved the world . . . ” But what does that really mean for us as believers?

This new Bible study from Dr. Charles Stanley provides Scriptural insight that explores God’s desire for us to be reconciled to him and freed from sin. When we establish a solid basis for communication with God, we are free to passionately love, serve, and obey Him. Clear, practical, and biblically sound, this in-depth study is the 24th book in the popular In Touch Bible Study Series.

God’s Way Day by Day

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Internationally acclaimed author and preacher Charles Stanley adds to his impressive legacy with a year’s worth of devotionals drawn from his previous writings, including bestsellers Success God’s Way, Seeking His Face, and Enter His Gates. Divided into 12 months but not dated for a specific year, this new book promises to become a perennial favorite.

How to Handle Adversity

  • Author: Charles Stanley

The loss of a job. A rebellious child. The death of a loved one. The cancer diagnosis of a dear friend. A struggling marriage. Financial hardships.

The list is endless. When hard times come, we need wisdom to navigate through the shoals of adversity into a safe harbor. And now, in How to Handle Adversity, Charles Stanley offers a practical, biblical approach to help us deal with the troubles common to us all.

Adversity is a reality that no one can avoid. Everyone asks why when adversity strikes. Yet Stanley contends, “As much as we all want to know the answer to the why question, it is really not the most significant question. The real question each of us needs to ask is, How should I respond?”

How to Keep Your Kids on Your Team

  • Author: Charles Stanley

“It’s not what you think that will impact your child; it’s what you communicate.” What are you telling your kids? Are you telling them that their crises are trivial and their ideas are foolish? Probably not in so many words—but you may be communicating just that with your lack of interest in the day-to-day activities of your child. To keep your children on your team, Charles Stanley asserts, you must assure them from the start that you are on theirs.

Focusing on the parental role as one of stewardship rather than ownership, Stanley instructs parents on how to ingrain a sense of personal accountability to God into the minds of children at an early age. By doing so, parents can raise confident, self-controlled kids who will hold fast to the values they instill.

How to Listen to God

  • Author: Charles Stanley

After becoming a Christian, believers discover the joy of God’s voice, but often the purity and freshness of that initial experience becomes clouded the daily routine of life. In How to Listen to God Dr. Charles Stanley helps readers rediscover how to distinguish God’s voice from all the other voices around them—and how to joyfully and obediently respond. Dr. Stanley uses personal experiences from his life and ministry to discuss why God wants to communicate with us, how God gets our attention, how God communicates with us, and how to listen to God and enjoy his presence.

In Touch with God

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Pastor and bestselling author Charles Stanley brings you closer to the Lord in this unique book filled with inspirational Scriptures as well as thoughts and prayers from the author. In Touch With God will help you know God’s heart on a variety of topics, including forgiveness, his guidance, relationships, Spirit-filled living, Christian character, adversity, and God’s plan for your life.

Into His Presence

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Readers challenged to enter Into His Presence will be encouraged, uplifted, and spiritually renewed with this new devotional. In Scripture we find the Lord’s people having dramatic encounters with God in mountaintop situations. There they are given revelation and transformation. To receive what he had for them they had to come away from the spiritual status quo of life and go a higher level. That is the purpose of this devotional guide—to lift the reader to a new level of intimate, mountaintop encounters with God. Each section has an introduction explaining the focus for that month’s devotional reading and a listing of relevant Scripture along with daily devotional commentary.

Landmines in the Path of the Believer

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley identifies seven destructive temptations and gives Christians the hope and skills they need to live an abundant and obedient life.

When you are in the heat of spiritual battle, it does not take long to realize that Satan will do anything to prevent you from becoming the person God has planned for you to be. However, he does not always employ an all-out frontal assault. Sometimes the danger comes in subtle, secretive schemes—landmines hidden along our paths. These landmines, once detonated, can paralyze us spiritually and stop us from living an abundant and obedient life. In Landmines, beloved pastor Dr. Charles Stanley shows readers how to identify, avoid, and defuse landmines of pride, jealousy and envy, insecurity, compromise, unforgiveness, sexual sin, and laziness.

Avoiding serious trouble is not difficult, says Dr. Stanley, especially if you follow the route God has given you to travel. God knows the way through every minefield.

Leaving a Godly Legacy

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Listening to God

  • Author: Charles Stanley

One of the most important lessons in life that we can learn is how to listen to God. In our complex and hectic lives, nothing is more urgent, nothing more necessary, and nothing more rewarding than hearing what God has to say to us—hearing both as bodies of believers and as individuals.

Our God is not a speechless God. Our God is alive and active in our world. He speaks! Furthermore, he doesn’t speak to us in veiled terms, riddles, or mysteries. He speaks to us plainly. The goal of any communicator is not to speak well but to be heard. God speaks in such a way that we can hear him, receive his message clearly, and understand with precision what he wants us to do.

Living in the Power of the Holy Spirit

  • Author: Charles Stanley

As young believers we often begin our walk with Christ energetically, ready to “take on the world.” But somewhere along the way, we find ourselves faltering. Why? Because we stop relying on the Holy Spirit to guide us and protect us from temptation.

Charles Stanley reminds us that the Holy Spirit is the promise from the Father for all believers. By illuminating who he is, how we receive him, and what he can do in our lives, Stanley removes much of the mystery surrounding the Holy Spirit and offers new hope to believers who have long been perplexed by this member of the Trinity.

Living the Extraordinary Life: Nine Principles to Discover It

  • Author: Charles Stanley

To many in the world, the Christian faith is a set of rules and regulations. But Jesus himself did not teach his followers in sets of dos and don’ts; he taught them foundational principles to live by. These life principles, Charles Stanley says, are the simple truths that act as a compass for our souls.

You will learn that:

  • Your life is a masterpiece
  • Waiting on God is not passive
  • Disappointments are inevitable, but discouragement is a choice
  • You were created with eternity in your heart
  • God assumes full responsibility for your needs when you obey him

Using examples from his own personal experiences, from biblical personalities, and from case studies, Dr. Stanley demonstrates how these key life principles impact life in the twenty-first century and how they make us, as Christians, different from those who live their lives according to preference rather than principles.

On Holy Ground

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Abraham leaving Ur for an unknown land God would show him. Jesus going out into the wilderness of temptation. Paul traveling—life-changingly—down the Damascus road. All these biblical journeys offer insight into our own personal spiritual journey. In On Holy Ground, Charles Stanley takes an in-depth look at 12 such biblical journeys to show us how we, too, can meet God and follow where he leads. Relating the timeless stories to our modern situations, Dr. Stanley offers solid biblical teaching that meets practical daily needs for encouragement and inspiration. A powerful devotional in the tradition of his bestselling classic, Enter His Gates.

Overcoming the Enemy

  • Author: Charles Stanley

As believers in Christ Jesus, we have three main enemies in life. They are constantly present to harass us, create conflict for us, and generate trouble for us. We cannot escape any of them completely as long as we are alive, although we are assured of victory over them as long as we rely on the Lord Jesus for our wisdom, power, and ability to endure. Our three enemies are:

  • The world
  • The flesh
  • The Devil

Because this is a Bible study intended for group use, I encourage you to see yourselves as a band of God’s warriors, powerfully equipped for battle through your relationship with Christ Jesus and your empowerment by the Holy Spirit. Expect your study of the Word to equip you to help one another as you continue to build your relationship with other believers in your church or community after your study has ended.

Pathways to His Presence

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles F. Stanley understands it can be difficult to walk the dimly lit paths of life with the lantern of God’s guidance shining only a few steps ahead of us. But God’s Word provides the spiritual guidance to lead us—it is the pathway to his presence.

Pathways to His Presence focuses on 12 spiritual pathways that will guide you confidently into the presence of God, including:

  • The pathway to God’s will
  • The pathway to forgiveness
  • The pathway to victory
  • The pathway to freedom
  • The pathway to the future

As you walk these pathways, you will join a long list of biblical heroes who were called to move forward into impossible situations armed only with their trust in God. He has promised that when we do so, he will provide us with the guidance we long for.

Practicing Basic Spiritual Disciplines

  • Author: Charles Stanley

There is much talk today about the spiritual disciplines. The age-old tools of Bible study, prayer, witnessing, church attendance, service, and obedience are still relevant today. Outlining the various stages of spiritual growth and how we can find Christ in every circumstance, this study enables believers to lay aside every sin and weight that would hinder them in their walk with God.

Insight from one of the world’s most popular pastors for Christians who desire to be all that God has called them to be.

Preparing for Christ’s Return

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Pursuing a Deeper Faith

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Relying on the Holy Spirit

  • Author: Charles Stanley

There is no such thing as an average Christian life. Either you are living a vibrant Spirit-filled life or you aren’t. You are in forward motion or in a pause position. You are living in the fullness of the Holy Spirit or you aren’t.

You likely have some preconceptions about the Holy Spirit and how he works within a person’s life. I encourage you to lay them aside and approach these lessons with a wide-open heart and mind.

Seeking His Face

  • Author: Charles Stanley

As Christians, we desire communion with God. In Seeking His Face, Dr. Charles Stanley has provided 365 opportunities for anyone to experience a divine encounter. “We can’t manipulate these encounters,” writes Stanley, “but we can make ourselves attentive to his voice, listening for instruction and direction.” Stanley urges readers to set aside time to meet with God daily; this devotional is an ideal starting point for anyone desiring a life-changing encounter with him.

Each daily entry of Seeking His Face includes a Scripture reading, a key verse, a brief interpretation, and a prayer. Chapter topics include forgiveness, intimacy, grace, personal ministry, and emotional healing.

Sharing the Gift of Encouragement

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Success God’s Way

  • Author: Charles Stanley

“Success is defined by a continuing desire to be the person God called you to be and to achieve those goals that God helps you to set,” says Charles Stanley. In Success God’s Way, Stanley teaches God’s principles for success, including 10 steps to help you reach God’s goals in your life, as well as what to do about the seven success blockers that entangle believers.

Talking With God

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Prayer is the key to relationship. Intentional dialogue with God ultimately establishes and deepens our relationship with him. The purpose of prayer is that we might know God better, experience more of his love, and have an abiding awareness of his work in our lives. Talking to God doesn’t build relationship. Communicating with God does.

As we approach this study in prayer, I encourage you to open yourself to the grand possibility that God has something to say to you that you will delight in hearing. He is eager to spend time with you and to develop a deep, intimate relationship with you marked by great joy and well-being.

The Gift of Forgiveness

  • Author: Charles Stanley

The following pages flow from the author’s struggle to forgive people whom he trusted and loved as friends but who proved otherwise. More than anything, this book is simply an invitation to deal with the poison of an unforgiving spirit. It is a poison capable of ruining not only your life but the lives of those around you as well. It is the author’s prayer that in these pages, you will discover the freedom that comes from putting behind you once and for all the hurts and injustices of yesterday.

The Glorious Journey

  • Author: Charles Stanley

The Glorious Journey is written from Charles Stanley’s perspective—one of more than 40 years as a Christian and 30 years as a pastor. It is a compilation of the Scriptural principles that he has learned and applied. Although it is not an exhaustive work, it is rich in content and counsel. The book is divided into eight major categories: church concerns, daily living, Doctrine, end times, personal growth, relationships, service and outreach, and spiritual disciplines. Each major section has numerous topics that you will find interesting, stimulating, inspiring, and refreshing.

The Life Principles Bible

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Loved and respected by millions for his Bible teaching, Dr. Charles Stanley, “America’s Pastor,” has helped lead believers all over the world into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ, full of growth and maturity. The Charles Stanley Life Principles Bible takes the life-changing principles Dr. Stanley has gleaned through years of Bible teaching and ministry and pairs them with NKJV Scripture for a Bible unlike any other. Through helpful articles on what the Bible has to say about key topics and answers to life’s questions, you will learn important life principles that lead to a full and mature Christian experience.

The Source of My Strength

  • Author: Charles Stanley

For those who grieve, he offers comfort. For those who struggle, he offers rest. For those overcome by pain, he offers hope and healing. To those who carry emotional burdens too large for them to bear, Christ offers his strength.

In The Source of My Strength, Dr. Charles Stanley talks honestly about his own journey through emotional pain and points readers toward the wellspring of strength. He shares his own experiences with grief and shows readers how to overcome the pain, understand the burdens, confront memories, and discover the courage and strength to live freely in God’s love for them. Written from the heart, The Source of My Strength is one of Dr. Stanley’s most personal and triumphant books.

Walking Wisely: Real Guidance for Life’s Journey

  • Author: Charles Stanley

In Scripture, wisdom is portrayed as a most important treasure, something to be sought after with consistent discipline. We, as Christians, tend to think of wisdom as something to be attained—an ideal to which we aspire. Charles Stanley contends that genuine wisdom is evidenced in how we live. The truly wise person is one whose values, perspectives, career goals, and daily decisions are all shaped by the wisdom found in Christ.

Winning on the Inside

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley’s new series of Bible study guides features the insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Individuals and small groups who want Bible study that’s spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help understand the Scriptures and apply them to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to getting the most out of Bible study time—emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection on the passage’s meaning and application, and action to apply what’s been learned. This is a sound way to explore the word of God.

Winning the War Within

  • Author: Charles Stanley

A few moments of illicit pleasure, a few dollars of illegal gain—what can it hurt? The aftermath of our pleasures and gains can wreak spiritual havoc when those indictments are bought at the cost of wrongdoing. In Winning the War Within, Dr. Stanley examines temptation from a biblical perspective and tracks its course from desire to sin to death. He clarifies the distinction between a test or a trial (which may come from God), and a temptation (which never comes from God) and explains God’s solutions for coping with the trials and triumphing over temptations.

Our Unmet Needs

  • Author: Charles Stanley

We are a needy generation. We try to satisfy our needs with sin, disobedience, doubt, manipulation of God and others, and more. But God wants to redirect our lives, teach us greater trust, and meet our needs in the light of his eternal purposes. Dr. Stanley guides the reader through Scripture to show that, in spite of our doubts and rebellion, God wants to meet our deepest needs. He shows that we have a High Priest who knows how we feel, is aware of our needs, and graciously desires and promises to meet these needsin his time and in his way. Sound biblical teaching and real-life examples from this popular preacher will encourage Christians who want to tap into God’s supply for their lives.

The Reason for My Hope

  • Author: Charles Stanley

You’ve just lost your job of 15 years, sexual promiscuity runs rampant in your children’s schools, the financial safety net you’ve always counted on won’t hold—the realities of life make the future seem bleak and uncertain. However one thing has always overcome those living in seemingly unbearable circumstanceshope. Charles Stanley reveals the universal, yet extremely personal, reasons for remaining hopeful no matter what the circumstance. God’s desire is to restore, strengthen, and infuse the believer with life-giving, joy-filled hope.

The Wonderful Spirit-Filled Life

  • Author: Charles Stanley

Life abundant—Jesus promised it and we long for it, yet few Christians seem to have it. Blending lively anecdotes, commentary, and teachings from the Bible, Stanley introduces you to the Holy Spirit. He is not an oversized electrical current you just plug into when you need additional help, nor a theological concept, but a presence just as real and active as Christ. He has personality as well as a specific job description and a definite desire to be an active part of our lives.

Word in Life Study Bible

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 to use for people who are unfamiliar with the Scriptures 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.

Biblical Counseling for Today : A Handbook for Those Who Counsel from Scripture

  • Author: Jeffrey Watson

In his preface to this challenging book Jeff Watson describes biblical counseling as “a noble adjective married to a nervous noun.”

Believers are wise to be skeptical of much that is done in the name of counseling in secular settings. Even under the umbrella of “Christian counseling,” one has heard horror stories of cases where God’s Word has been misused. But Jeff Watson makes a strong case in this volume for the legitimacy of marrying “biblical” and “counseling.”

Christian counselors, says Watson, need to cultivate three fundamental skills in their patients:

  • How to tell their stories
  • How to choose their goals wisely
  • How to practice changes in their lives

Watson helps counselors achieve these goals by drawing on the interactions of Christ, the commands of Scripture, and the actions of the apostles and prophets. Thus he marries counseling and biblical principles.

To those of us who are called on to counsel on any level, Charles Swindoll says, “This book will become an invaluable tool for you. I urge you to let it become your manual for proper counseling.”

Breaking the Da Vinci Code: Answers to the Questions Everyone’s Asking

  • Author: Darrell L. Bock

Many who have read the New York Times bestseller The Da Vinci Code have questions that arise from seven codes—expressed or implied—in Dan Brown’s book. In Breaking the Da Vinci Code: Answers to the Questions Everyone’s Asking, Darrell Bock, PhD, responds to the novelist’s claims using central ancient texts and answers the following questions:

  • Who was Mary Magdalene?
  • Was Jesus married?
  • Would being single make Jesus un-Jewish?
  • Do the so-called secret, gnostic Gospels help us understand Jesus?
  • What is the remaining relevance of The Da Vinci Code?

Darrell Bock’s research uncovers the origins of these codes by focusing on the 325 years immediately following the birth of Christ, for the claims of The Da Vinci Code succeed or fail on the basis of evidence emerging from this period. Breaking the Da Vinci Code distinguishes fictitious entertainment from historical elements of the Christian faith. By seeing these differences, one can break the Da Vinci code.

Courson’s Application Commentary, Old Testament Volume 1 (Genesis–Job)

  • Author: Jon Courson

Jon Courson is one of the most exhilarating ministers today. In his unique style, Pastor Jon has written an Old Testament commentary that’s a scholarly work—but that’s easy to read and relevant for us in our daily walk with Jesus. This volume begins Jon Courson’s verse-by-verse commentary on the Old Testament. It is your opportunity to study the Bible with one of the great Bible teachers of our time.

Courson’s Application Commentary, Old Testament Volume 2 (Psalms–Malachi)

  • Author: Jon Courson

Jon Courson is one of the most exhilarating ministers today. In his unique style, Pastor Jon has written an Old Testament commentary that’s a scholarly work—but that’s easy to read and relevant for us in our daily walk with Jesus. This volume begins Jon Courson’s verse-by-verse commentary on the Old Testament. It is your opportunity to study the Bible with one of the great Bible teachers of our time.

Critical Apparatus to the Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text

  • Author: Zane C. Hodges

This publication of The Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text marks the first time in the twentieth century that a critical edition of the Greek New Testament has used the vast bulk of extant manuscripts as a basis for its text. This text therefore represents a sharp departure from the kind of text found in the currently popular third edition of the United Bible Societies Greek Testament and in the twenty-sixth edition of the Nestle-Aland text.

The Majority Text New Testament abandons the o100-year-old theories of Westcott and Hort and the resulting reliance on a few older Egypt-based manuscripts. It offers students and scholars of the Greek New Testament a significant and viable option to the form of text that has enjoyed currency in recent decades—but that cries out for critical reassessment.

Resources for Christian Counseling, Vol. 2: Counseling Christian Workers

  • Author: Louis McBurney

Resources for Christian Counseling presents current research and practical tools for counseling contemporary problems. The authors in this series deal with a broad range of human concerns from a biblical perspective. Comprehensive and practical, this series is a valuable resource for anyone who has the responsibility of counseling others.

The Century of the Holy Spirit: 100 Years of Pentecostal and Charismatic Renewal, 1901-2001

  • Author: Vinson Synan

This book details the miraculous story of Pentecostal and Charismatic growth in the US and around the world. There are five chapters by the premier Pentecostal historian, Vinson Synan. Additional leading Pentecostal and Charismatic contributors include: David Barrett, David Daniels, David Edwin Harrell Jr., Peter Hocken, Sue Hyatt, Gary McGee, and Ted Olsen. The Century of the Holy Spirit also analyzes the role of all major streams, including women, African-Americans, and Hispanics; documents the international scene; and offers photographs, charts, figures, maps, and vignettes.

Women Gifted for Ministry: How to Discover and Practice your Spiritual Gifts

  • Author: Ruth Towns

An interactive workbook to help women realize their gifts and use them effectively.

1001 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Angels, Demons, and the Afterlife

  • Author: Stephen J. Lang

Longtime believers, new Christians, and skeptics alike will enjoy this fun, fact-filled book of biblical knowledge from Bible trivia buff and bestselling author Stephen Lang. In 1001 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Angels, Demons, and the Afterlife, Lang addresses such subjects as: why angels are depicted with wings, where the idea of purgatory originated, whether Christians can be demon-possessed, and the notion of guardian angels. Readers will find all this information and more right at their fingertips in this topically organized, intriguing book that will whet their appetite for further biblical investigation.

1001 Things You Always Wanted to Know About the Bible but Never Thought to Ask

  • Author: Stephen J. Lang

Bestselling author J. Stephen Lang offers a plethora of unique Bible facts, figures, and curiosities in 1001 Things You Always Wanted To Know About the Bible But Never Thought to Ask. Did you know that the Bible has impacted modern language, US history, art, literature, and even film? Every key person, place, idea, or event from the Bible is mentioned in this thorough handbook of fascinating Bible trivia. Whether you’re a seasoned Bible scholar or a hesitant reader, this book will capture your interest and leave you yearning for more of the world’s most fascinating book—the Bible.

1001 Things You Always Wanted to Know About the Holy Spirit

  • Author: Stephen J. Lang

What do you want to know about the work of the Holy Spirit in this century? In 1,001 Things You Always Wanted to Know About the Holy Spirit, J. Stephen Lang provides information on people such as Dennis Bennett, Aimee Semple McPherson, C. Peter Wagner, and John Wimber as well as insight into movements such as the Azusa Street Revival, the growth of the Assemblies of God, the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship, the Keswick Convention, and the 1973 Notre Dame Conference. From Scripture songs to glossolalia, Charismatics to Pentecostals, this browse book is filled with important—and sometimes offbeat—information about what the Holy Spirit has (and has not) been doing in the twentieth century.

12 Who Changed the World

  • Author: Morris Inch

Did you ever wonder what became of the twelve Apostles? Everyone is fascinated by the lives of the twelve apostles: Who were they? What happened to them? Where did they go? How did their missions change the world? 

This book looks at their lives, genealogy, culture, personalities, and ministry, with a special emphasis on evangelism and their Great Commission. It also includes interesting material on legends and myths associated with each apostle and a handy reference list after each chapter leading the reader directly to the Bible for more information. This book will be a great encouragement for readers to see how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things!

30 Days to Understanding What Christians Believe

  • Author: Max Anders

In this updated volume of his popular 30 Days series, Dr. Max Anders presents the essential truths of Christianity in the clear, conversational style his readers have come to expect. 30 Days to Understanding What Christians Believe gives you a comprehensive overview of the fundamental Christian doctrines and beliefsin just 15 minutes a day!

Using memorable examples and down-to-earth language, Dr. Anders explains the 10 major subjects of systematic theology: the Bible, God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, angels, man, sin, salvation, the church, and future things.

This self-guided study can be easily adapted for Bible study groups and church classes. Learners will build a foundation of truth that will enhance their walk with Christ and lay the groundwork for a deeper investigation of Bible doctrine.

A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith

  • Author: Robert L. Reymond

This book is a contemporary, foundational statement of classic Reformed faith, now revised and updated.

  • Cover it all—comprehensive, coherent, contextual, and conversational
  • Includes more exegesis and more Scripture quotations than other one-volume theologies
  • Upholds classic Calvinist positions on baptism, the Trinity, church government, and much more
  • Interacts with contemporary issues and the work of other theologians
  • Reveals the author’s warmth and sensitivity born of more than 25 years as a professor at leading Reformed seminaries
  • Contains numerous appendixes covering special topics, abundant resources for further study through footnotes, and a selective bibliography
  • Serves as a textbook for theology students and a life long reference for libraries, ministers, teachers, and professional theologians

Answers to Tough Questions

  • Author: Josh McDowell

Here is a wealth of Bible research and point-by-point logic to answer 65 of the toughest questions asked by skeptics and to show precisely why Christianity stands up to even the toughest scrutiny. For more than 20 years, Josh McDowell has been one of America’s most powerful and persuasive defenders of the Christian faith.

Believer’s Bible Commentary

  • Author: William MacDonald

An insightful, verse-by-verse commentary on the entire Bible, useful with any translation. This easy-to-read commentary excels in turning complicated theology into practical understanding. Written with warmth, reverence, and devout scholarship, this is the perfect choice for personal devotions and Bible study and for preparing to teach others. It does not avoid difficult-to-understand passages.

Believer’s Study Bible

This volume provides a distinctive study system. Reflecting Baptist belief and tradition, its strong reference tools make the truths of Scripture easy to comprehend and easy to apply to your life. In-depth introductions and outlines, 121 in-text study charts, 4800 study notes, and 13 special feature articles provide interpretation and practical application.

Caring for People God’s Way

  • Author: Tim Clinton

Caring for People God’s Way presents Christian counseling in a systematic, step-by-step manner that outlines the process as practically as possible. It then applies the process to the most common issues faced by Christian counselors: personal and emotional issues, trauma, grief, loss, and suicide.

Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide

  • Author: Gary R. Collins

This proven guide in pastoral counseling has been extensively expanded and revised by the author to include recent developments and research, new resources, and attention to newly urgent needs such as AIDS, eating disorders, homosexuality, and violence. Written with clarity and sensitivity, this volume builds on biblical foundations and the best resources of professional psychology. It reflects insights gained from many years of Christian counseling.

Christian Ethics in Plain Language

  • Author: Kerby Anderson

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Christian ethics suitable for individual study or textbook use in a Bible college or seminary. The first four chapters survey the field of Christian ethics before focusing on specific issues. Eighteen chapters in total confront all the issues faced by believers today, including discussions of racial issues that go beyond black and white, business ethics this side of Enron, and war and international relations in light of today’s headlines.

Church History in Plain Language

  • Author: Shelley L. Bruce

It’s about time someone wrote church history that tells about people, not just about “eras” and “ages.” Church History in Plain Language taps the roots of our Christian family tree. It combines authoritative research with a captivating style to bring our heritage home to us.

Collected writings of W.E. Vine

  • Author: W. E. Vine

Vine is known as a classical scholar, a skilled expositor, and an acute theologian. This landmark five-volume edition includes all of Vine’s known commentaries and writings on biblical studies and theology. Some of the topics covered are what the Scriptures are and how to use them, the divine inspiration of the Bible, the person and the work of Christ, the church, and the second coming and the last days; likewise, the volume includes commentaries on Isaiah, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Galatians, Philippians, Colossians, 1, 2 Thessalonians, 1, 2 Timothy, Titus, Hebrews, 1, 2, 3 John, and James. F. F. Bruce says: “Mr. Vine shows how great a service can be rendered to the Church by well-balanced, all-round scholarship when it is combined with reverent submission to the Word of God and spiritual insight into its meaning.”

Did You Read That?

  • Author: Derric Johnson

Actual typos and misprints from church bulletins. The names have been changed to protect the guilty!

  • Actual announcements taken from church bulletins
  • Unintentional humorous contributions from ministers and others
  • A wide variety that tickles the funny bone
  • Real people, real laughs

Did You See That?

  • Author: Derric Johnson

Have people noticed what your church has to say? As the old saying goes, first you have to get their attention!

  • The ideal impulse item—the signs of our times
  • Clever, inspired sayings suitable for church signs
  • Thought-provoking sayings designed to attract attention
  • Make a great first impression while leaving a quick but lasting message
  • A new saying for each week: over 3 years’ worth!

Everyday Access: Your Bible Concordance

Can you find what you’re looking for in the Bible?

Sometimes, you just need to ask for directions. Look inside Everyday Access and you’ll find your destination. Look up the words and topics you want to read and study quickly and easily!

The everyday source for:

  • Word studies: all the uses of a particular word. For example, study the three unique verses including the word “encouragement.”
  • Geographic studies: all the references to a particular location. For example, follow the story of Bethlehem from Genesis through John.
  • Character studies: all the verses including a particular name. For example, see every reference to Peter.

Everyday Living: Bible Life and Times

Is the Bible significant today—or just ancient history? Our world is separated by thousands of years and thousands of miles from the world of the Bible. The customs, clothing, jobs, and joys of the Bible are often mysterious, not meaningful. Look inside Everyday Living to see and feel the life and culture of the Bible.

Everyday Relevance: Your Bible Commentary

Does the Bible really matter today? To your life? How do you make sense of its information?

Look inside Everyday Relevance and find meaning. Be captivated by the most important ideas within each of the 66 books in the Scriptures. From Genesis through Revelation, each facet of history and thought will be explained and expanded. Everyday Relevance also gives you maps and other visuals to help you connect the Bible to your work, home, or school.

  • Personal
  • Applicable
  • Fascinating
  • Connecting

Don’t just know facts about the Bible—put the Bible into your life!

Everyday Understanding: Your Bible Handbook

When you read the Bible, do you find comprehension or confusion?

Look inside Everyday Understanding and find the big picture. The book opens with the 30 biggest headlines from the biblical narrative. Then it walks you step by step through the who, what, where, when, and why of each book. In a few short pages, you’ll begin to understand how the Bible fits together into a whole. Maps, charts, and illustrations help you make sense of:

  • Angels, villains, and heroes
  • Miracles, tools, and weapons
  • Towns, cities, and nations
  • Days, weeks, and years

Everyday Understanding prepares you to read the Bible on your own—with insight and comprehension.

Evidence for Christianity

  • Author: Josh McDowell

Whether he’s debating Marxists, college professors, or Islamic apologists, Josh McDowell’s hallmark has always been to walk boldly into enemy territory and speak truth. This book is based on the expectation that, with a growing number of adults becoming increasingly skeptical toward Christianity, there is a need for a solid body of persuasive evidence for Christianity. This is a sourcebook for doubting seekers as well as for current believers who need persuasive information to share with friends. Evidence for Christianity is McDowell’s compelling answer to the hard questions so many Christians are afraid to discuss.

Exploring Church History

  • Author: Howard Frederic Vos

Enjoy a comprehensive but concise tour of the events and personalities that have marked the growth of the Christian church over the last 2,000 years. Renowned evangelical scholar Howard F. Vos summarizes the most up-to-date information and statistics available on worldwide Christianity. Includes in-text charts and maps throughout.

Exploring the New Testament World

  • Author: Albert A. Bell, Jr.

Drawing especially on information not available directly from the New Testament, Exploring the New Testament World plunges you into the social religious, intellectual, and political dimensions of the time, making many confusing New Testament ideas clear.

Find it Fast in the Bible

The timesaving way to quickly find familiar phrases from the Bible. Keyed to major translations (NKJV, NIV, KJV, NASB, and NRSV). Over 5,000 beloved and oft-used phrases arranged alphabetically by the first word in the phrase. More than 30,000 references.

From This Verse

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

Let the 365 Scriptures that changed the world change your life forever!

Around the globe and throughout Christian history, men and women have been changed by the Word of God. Now discover the 365 Scriptures that transformed the lives of Christian leaders like Billy Graham, D. L. Moody, Billy Sunday, Charles Wesley, Dale Carnegie, and others. Learn how God challenged and inspired these “ordinary” men and women with a single verse. From This Verse provides a year’s supply of spiritual insight and encouragement. Each day’s reading includes a related Bible passage, with the hope that God will use these verses in the lives of readers as he did in the lives of those whose stories appear here. Robert J. Morgan’s remarkable ability to weave human interest with biblical wisdom will captivate your heart and strengthen your faith in the God who can still change lives through the power of his Word!

Handbook for Spiritual Warfare, Revised

  • Author: Edward F. Murphy

This handbook equips leaders and mature believers for victory in all three dimensions of spiritual warfare: the World, the Flesh, and the Devil. It is the most thorough treatment available of biblical and theological foundations, as well as case histories and practical suggestions, grounded in a lifetime of personal ministry. Includes fascinating answers to the most frequently asked questions; provides a shocking, true account of how Murphy dealt with the demonization of his own daughter; and offers biblical guidance and hope for Christians fighting the spiritual war for Christ.

He Still Moves Stones

Why does the Bible contain so many stories of hurting people? Though their situations vary, their conditions don’t. They have nowhere to turn. Yet before their eyes stands a never-say-die Galilean who majors in stepping in when everyone else steps out. Lucado reminds us that the purpose of these portraits isn’t to tell us what Jesus did—but rather to remind us what Jesus still does.

Healing Prayer

  • Author: Reginald Cherry, M.D.

Reginald Cherry, MD, says that “prayer is the divine key that unlocks God’s pathway of healing in both the natural and supernatural realms of life.” In Healing Prayer, he explores the connection between faith and healing, between the Bible and medicine. A practicing doctor, Cherry blends the latest research, true stories, and biblical principles to show that spirit-directed prayer can bring healing for disease. He helps readers understand the foundations of prayer in relationship to healing and become inspired to trust in God for their healing or that of a loved one. Expositions of biblical text, dramatic case studies, overviews of latest medical research, and step-by-step guidance for healing prayer help readers understand how medicine, faith, and prayer can work together.

Heritage of Great Evangelical Teaching

The books they’ve written have changed the landscape of the Christian mind. They have consistently been on recommended reading lists for spiritual seekers of all ages. Now the best from their classic works appear together in one volume. The material’s been selected and edited for easy understanding, helping you grasp the key points these influential leaders have to offer. Pastors, speakers, and teachers will treasure this time-saving treasury of illustrations, insights, and practical wisdom. Includes introductions to each author, timelines showing parallels between world events in the times they lived, and suggestions for further reading.

How to Get Into the Bible

  • Author: Steve Miller

In today’s media-driven culture, how do you introduce the Bible to people who are used to movies, comic books, and USA Today? You give them How to Get Into the Bible, a fast-paced, action-packed look at the main characters, events, and meanings of the Old and New Testament.

Using the reader-friendly Contemporary English Version, this book makes it even easier for adults who are unfamiliar with the Bible to get into the Scriptures.

  • Big Scenes: the main events in words and detailed illustrations
  • Starring Roles: a look at the leading characters
  • Plot: the story in a nutshell
  • What to Look For: the crucial insights you don’t want to miss
  • Famous Lines: phrases you may already know, but didn’t know they came from the Bible
  • Timelines: happenings in the Bible and the rest of the world

How to Get Ready for Short-Term Missions: A Survival Guide

  • Author: Anne-Geri Fann

More than one million people will go forth on short-term mission trips this year. Are you ready to be one of them?

Anne-Geri’ and Greg have been in the field and led teams there and back. They will help you prep and pack for the trip, put their arms around you while you’re gone, and offer perspective as you reenter “normal” life.

I Never Knew That Was In the Bible!

  • Author: Martin H. Manser

Martin Manser is a professional reference book editor and Bible scholar who has compiled and edited more than 70 titles, including dictionaries and biblical reference works. He holds a BA Honours in linguistics and an MPhil, and he resides with his wife and children in England.

  • Shows how hundreds of today’s colorful, everyday expressions come from the Bible, such as “the blind leading the blind,” “by the skin of my teeth,” “a fly in the ointment,” and many more.
  • Explains the original meaning and occasions of these expressions in the Old and New Testaments
  • Gives the fascinating and often humorous stories behind hundreds of other words and phrases from the great English Bible—the King James Version—especially those with different or rarely-used meanings in today’s English
  • A great resource for Bible word studies: KJV expressions are illuminated by comparison with the way they are translated in eight major twentieth-century Bible versions: CEV, NASB, NCV, NIV, NKJV, NLT, NRSV, RSV
  • Illustrates the meaning of many terms with generous quotations from Shakespeare and other Elizabethan literature
  • Entertaining as well as informative: a one-of-a-kind illustrated reference work that all Bible readers, students of English literature, writers, and word lovers of all kinds will treasure

Illustrated Manners and Customs of the Bible

  • Author: J. I. Packer

This encyclopedic guide to the Bible’s people, places, manners, customs, and times puts a wealth of information at your fingertips. 45 sections cover the people of the Bible and how they lived—from family life to law to transportation. Unlock the wonders and mysteries of the Bible with this authoritative resource. Includes over 300 in-text photographs, over 6,000 topics, easy-to-follow charts, maps, and diagrams, Scripture references, and newly discovered archaeological findings. This is an all-in-one guide to the riches of the Scriptures, both for the experienced and the beginning student of the Bible. Preface by Dr. J. I. Packer.

Introduction to Biblical Interpretation

  • Author: William Klein

Although accurate Bible interpretation is a challenging task, the authors of this book have combined years of expertise and devotion to Scripture to provide a truly unique volume that sets forth concise, logical, practical guidelines for discovering the truth in God’s Word.

Jon Courson’s Application Commentary

  • Author: Jon Courson

Jon Courson’s Application Commentary combines a verse-by-verse teaching of every paragraph of Scripture with practical topical studies throughout. This New Testament commentary is a blend of information and inspiration presented in a way unique to Jon Courson.

Josh McDowell’s Handbook on Apologetics

  • Author: Josh McDowell

Here is a comprehensive resource for apologetics in today’s world. Josh McDowell addresses the toughest issues we face and provides answers straight from the Scriptures. Content includes the Reliability of the Bible; Creation and Evolution; Who Are God’s Chosen People?; Is the Church Necessary?; and Are These the End Times? This handbook distills core content from Josh’s famous Evidence books.

King James Bible Word Book

  • Author: Ronald F. Bridges

This entertaining and informative book explains everyday expressions and curious words and their origin in the KJV. The text gives details on the original meanings—and when and where they were used in the Bible.

King James Version Study Bible.

The most comprehensive KJV study Bible published in 50 years, it’s packed with thousands of notes and insights from respected conservative scholars. It includes in-text doctrinal footnotes, personality profiles, archaeological information, special articles, maps, and over 5,700 annotations in a unique format, offering a broad understanding of the Bible and how it relates to the world we live in today.

KJV Bible commentary

This practical and doctrinal commentary draws on the expertise of outstanding evangelical scholars, offering a complete and authoritative explanation of the backgrounds and meaning of Scripture. Comprehensive in its scope, reliable in its scholarship, and easy to use—by students, preachers, and teachers alike. Includes book introductions, outlines, cross-references, and 48 in-text maps.

Ministering to Twenty-First-Century Families

  • Author: Dennis Rainey

There is nothing traditional about the typical family of the twenty-first-century, and so it follows that ministering to today’s families presents an assortment of new challenges. Rainey believes that the resources needed by the church to confront and combat family problems do exist, and Ministering to Twenty-First-Century Families is a user-friendly guide to combating the destruction of the family unit. Offering practical solutions and encouraging action, Rainey calls for a “roll-up-your-sleeves” approach to healing weary families.

Money Matters

  • Author: Larry Burkett

One of America’s foremost authorities on financial stewardship, Larry Burkett presents a comprehensive resource in Money Matters. Indexed for easy use, Burkett offers concise answers to the most frequently asked questions from his national radio show. Drawing from over 30 years of Bible and finance study, Burkett provides principles for managing your money in categories, including housing and automobiles, retirement, budgeting, taxes, business issues and insurance, debt and credit, giving, investments, and family and money issues.

More Real Stories for the Soul

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

More Real Stories for the Soul will encourage you with the incredible experience of real faith in real life.

Encounter the many twists, turns, ups, and downs that life holds in these inspiring stories. And each story will encourage you as you see how men and women, famous and no-so-famous, lived with courage in the face of adversity. Their faith and trust in Christ miraculously brought them into a place of peace and joy in him!

Robert J. Morgan will captivate your heart and strengthen your hope with his undeniable gift of story-telling. Each true story will enlighten, instruct, inspire, and comfort as it reminds you of the importance of living for Christ in your spiritual journey.

Nelson’s Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts, Revised

Updated and expanded with more information than ever. These large, reproducible maps and charts will help you visualize and teach the events, places, and people in the Old and New Testaments as never before. Easy-to-understand tables, overviews, maps, surveys, and timelines put the key teachings of the Bible at your fingertips.

Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary

  • Author: Ronald F. Youngblood

This completely revised and updated edition of Nelson’s Illustrated Bible Dictionary is the most comprehensive and up-to-date Bible dictionary available. Designed, written, and edited with the needs of general readers in mind. A wealth of background information appears in more than 7,000 encyclopedic entries on the people, places, things, and doctrines of the Bible. Written in plain language, not scholarly jargon. Includes photographs, maps, and pronunciation guides.

Nelson’s 3-D Bible Mapbook

  • Author: Simon Jenkins

Fun, action-based Bible maps for lay-people, pastors, and teachers. A graphically exciting new way to experience the great events and places of the Bible. Offers attractive three-dimensional, full-color graphics with clear background commentary that brings to life key places and events with the immediacy of eyewitness news. Entries are sequenced to match your Bible, routes are marked, and key figures and action are explained—you’ll understand as never before just how and when it all happened.

Nelson’s Annual Children’s Ministry Sourcebook, 2006 Edition

  • Author: Vicki Wiley

For busy children’s ministry workers needing a foundational resource for planning an entire year of children’s worship services. Each week is packaged with dynamic bible lessons, plus suggestions for energy-packed songs and activities. Midweek lessons are teaser introductions for the upcoming Sunday lesson.

Features:

  • 52 lessons providing optional closing application: ages 6 to 10 and 10 to 12
  • Weekly memory verse suggestions
  • Activities and crafts designed for preschool and older children
  • Multiple song suggestions for each lesson
  • Midweek enrichment lessons
  • Newsletter ideas
  • Feature articles that speak to people in children’s ministry

Nelson’s Annual Youth Ministry Sourcebook, 2006 Edition

  • Author: Amy Jacober

For busy youth workers needing a foundational resource for planning an entire year of youth worship services. Each week is packaged with dynamic “kids-talk” sermons, plus suggestions for songs and activities. Midweek lessons are teaser introductions for the upcoming Sunday lesson.

Features:

  • 52 lessons providing optional closing applications: ages 12 to 14 and 15 to 17
  • Weekly memory verse suggestions from NCV
  • Activities and crafts designed for junior high and high school youth
  • Multiple song suggestions for each lesson
  • Midweek reinforcement lessons

Nelson’s Annual Youth Ministry Sourcebook, 2008 Edition

  • Author: Amy Jacober

For busy youth workers needing a foundational resource for planning an entire year of youth worship services. Each weekly session in the sourcebook includes age-appropriate Bible discovery activities, songs, and memory verses for younger and older teens. Every lesson concludes with a general life application and a personal application. Midweek lessons introduce the coming Sunday lesson. Throughout the book are articles to help and encourage volunteer and professional youth ministers.

Nelson’s Bible Map Collection

A complete set of key Bible maps in full color to complement any study of the Scriptures. This collection illustrates the life of Christ, the journeys of Paul, significant Old and New Testament locations, and much more. These are the maps of choice for basic Bible study.

Nelson’s Big Book of Laughter

  • Topics arranged alphabetically
  • Stories, illustrations, and quotes from religious to secular
  • For anyone who loves to laugh or get a laugh
  • A great collection for any occasion—or to sit and read when you need a smile
  • Thousands of smiles arranged alphabetically by topic

Nelson’s Complete Book of Stories, Illustrations & Quotes

  • Features thousands of real-life stories, illustrations, and quotes edited by popular author and pastor Rob Morgan
  • Cross-referenced by subject and Scripture
  • Alphabetized for easy access
  • The ultimate gold-mine for speakers—humorous, serious, thought-provoking, and heart-warming material
  • Space included for noting when/where each illustration is used
  • Stories for today’s sermons and today’s lives

Nelson’s Complete Guide to Colleges and Universities for Christians

This comprehensive guide for Christian high school students and parents is the first of its kind in quantity and quality. While other guides provide a limited amount of information on the Christian components of the university, Nelson’s guide offers over 1,000 listings of colleges and universities that are affiliated with a denomination, that offer a religion (e.g., theology) major, or that provide superior Christian organization(s) on campus. Chaplains, churches, and other opportunities for ministry are also noted. Nelson’s Complete Guide to Colleges and Universities for Christians provides the necessary information—tuition, financial aid, housing, technology, counseling services, sports and more—for assessing which school is right for you.

Nelson’s New Christian Dictionary

  • Author: George Thomas Kurian

This dictionary covers over 8,000 words in clear, accessible entries and explores everything related to Christianity: doctrine, worship, liturgy, literature, history, music, and more. It also includes lists and overviews of more than a dozen key items: the 100 most important events in Christian history, a century-by-century survey, great hymns, and key Christian books and authors. Featuring a denominational comparison chart that contrasts the beliefs and organizations of denominations. You will find over 500 photos, plus charts and other graphics.

Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Commentary

  • Author: Earl D. Radmacher

A comprehensive verse-by-verse commentary for lay Bible students, fully highlighted by articles, maps, charts, and illustrations—all in one volume.

  • Clear and comprehensive: annotations by leading evangelical scholars don’t dodge tough issues; alternative views are presented fairly, but commentators make their positions clear.
  • Attractively designed: graphics appeal to the sound-bite generation and others who aren’t traditional commentary readers.
  • Interesting and revealing: hundreds of feature articles that provide additional information or new perspectives on a topic related to Bible background.
  • Visually appealing: maps, drawings, and photos illuminate the commentary and visualize important information.

Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Manners and Customs

  • Author: Howard F. Vos

The most comprehensive, up-to-date, accurate information on life in Bible times available in one volume for the general reader.

  • Accurate: takes each of 20 historical epochs seriously—avoids a “one size fits all” approach to ancient cultures.
  • Comprehensive: considers ten distinct topics such as food, clothing, and religion within each period.
  • Visually appealing: thoroughly illustrated with two 16-page color inserts and hundreds of black and white photographs.
  • Thorough: sidebars provide even more interesting detail about aspects of ancient cultures that illuminate the Bible.
  • Accessible: written for lay persons rather than professional scholars; designed to be a companion for Bible study.

Nelson’s New Testament Survey

  • Author: Mark Bailey

Nelson’s New Testament Survey offers your best opportunity yet to get a clear grasp of the lessons of the entire New Testament. This journey into God’s Word begins with Dr. Mark Bailey’s insightful look into the life of Christ in the four Gospels. And it continues through the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles, and the dramatic Revelation of John, with Dr. Tom Constable in the lead. Each book of the New Testament is introduced and investigated with scholarship and biblical faithfulness.

Nelson’s Old Testament Survey

  • Author: Charles Dyer

This handy resource allows the reader to quickly summarize or review all the pertinent details about any Old Testament book. More than a Bible handbook but less than a commentary, Nelson’s New Illustrated Old Testament Survey provides a section-by-section breakdown of issues and topics dealt with in the Hebrew Scriptures.

  • Complete but concise outlines of every Old Testament book
  • A succinct introduction for each book
  • Sections that identify each Bible author’s theological emphasis
  • Inserts that highlight real-life insights
  • Arguments for the unity of the original manuscripts

Nelson’s Personal Handbook on Prayer

  • Author: James Wilhoit

Everything you need to know about prayer. Designed to be thorough and to cover a wide range of topics for personal growth. This practical guide will walk the reader through all aspects of prayer, including:

  • How to pray (techniques and samples)
  • Praying through the Scriptures
  • Real prayers (topically arranged)
  • Key prayers of the Bible
  • Key men and women of prayer (past and present)

Nelson’s Teaching Outlines of the Bible

These time-saving outlines provide summaries of each book of the Bible in a concise, quick reference format. Pastors, teachers, and students can readily jump from the outlines to deeper study, lessons, or sermons.

Nelson’s topical Bible index

Offers pastors, Bible scholars, and laypeople ready-to-use information and quick answers to Bible questions. It organizes key Scripture references with context summaries under 8,000 topics and sub-topics, including names, places, things, concepts, events, and doctrines. Includes brief definitions useful for personal study or lesson preparation.

New Christian’s Handbook

  • Author: Max Anders

User-friendly coverage of all core Christian beliefs to quickly ground new believers in the faith.

New Strong’s Guide to Bible Words

  • Author: James Strong

Get more out of your Strong’s concordance with this English word index to original Bible words. A convenient Bible study resource for pastors, scholars, students and those who want to dig deeper in their personal Bible study. This guide is organized alphabetically with English entries, and shows all Hebrew or Greek words behind each English word, along with the number of times such words occur. Also includes Strong’s numbers and brief definitions. This is a great introductory tool for English readers—and a time-saving work for the professional.

On This Day

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

Amazing stories of faith from 20 centuries of church history!

From the Roman Empire to the Reformation, St. Valentine to St. Francis, Martin Luther to Billy Graham, On This Day introduces you to a parade of preachers, martyrs, heroes, and saints. Intriguing and inspiring stories from 2,000 years of Christianity offer an enjoyable glimpse into church history. On This Day is 365 simple, colorful stories about history-making events in the lives of people who love God wholeheartedly. On This Day brings a year’s worth of inspiration and spiritual challenge as you learn what some Christians went through for the love of God.

Power Faith (SFL)

  • Author: Roy Hicks

Scripture teaches us how to balance faith in words and works for a powerful Christian walk. This study offers a dynamic and balanced approach to understanding the power of biblical faith.

Preaching that Changes Lives

  • Author: Michael Fabarez

There are lots of books on preaching, but this is the only book with the goal of changing lives.

No author directs his attention to the clear message of changing lives better than Michael Fabarez.

Everything a pastor does must be done with the perspective of changing lives. When a pastor studies, it should be with the anticipation of changing lives. When he is looking for the right illustration, it must be through the lens of changing lives. When he sets forth the spiritual direction for the church, he must have changing lives in his focus.

All other books dissect the essentials of pastoral ministry, but Preaching That Changes Lives takes it one step further!

Real Stories for the Soul

  • Author: Robert J. Morgan

Real Stories for the Soul will inspire you with the amazing experiences of many famous and not-so-famous Christians. You will encounter the many challenges, thrills, and heartbreaks of life in these life-changing stories. And each story will encourage you as you see how men and women trusted in God and saw miraculous results. Their faith pulled them through the deepest and most troubling experiences into a place of peace and joy in him!

Robert J. Morgan will captivate your heart and strengthen your hope through these incredible true stories. They will enlighten, instruct, inspire, and comfort you as they remind you of the power of faith and hope in God to overcome any obstacle.

Revelation: Four Views

  • Author: Steve Gregg

Explore the four traditional interpretations of the book of Revelation in this in-depth, verse-by-verse overview. Revelation: Four Vews is a comprehensive, even handed resource that offers a clear, fair presentation of four of the most important interpretations of the book, allowing you to evaluate and decide for yourself which view is most convincing. The easy-to-read layout is arranged to encourage thoughtful comparison and evaluation along with the study of the book of Revelation itself.

Smith’s Bible dictionary

  • Author: William Smith

A classic reference, this comprehensive Bible dictionary provides a wealth of basic background information in a very affordable format. Nelson’s edition is revised and edited by F. N. and M. A. Peloubet to be even more applicable to today’s Bible student. It includes more than 400 illustrations and special articles in addition to page after page of basic information.

Speaker’s Sourcebook of New Illustrations

  • Author: Virgil Hurley

This is a valuable resource that ministers, teachers, and public speakers will want close at hand. Each of these 500 illustrations focuses on the daily challenges of Christian life. The alphabetical format aids in finding ideas quickly and encourages browsing. Completely indexed and cross-referenced, the applications tie in with Bible references, and wherever possible, sources are noted for further reading.

Talk Thru the Bible

  • Author: Bruce Wilkinson

A guided, visual tour through the OT and NT that will help you understand the heart of each book’s message and its relationship to the other books of the Bible. Adapted from the popular Walk Thru the Bible seminars. This is an easy-to-use handbook that includes in-text charts, illustrations, and outlines throughout.

The Canvas Cathedral

  • Author: Lewis A. Drummond

The Canvas Cathedral serves as both a history of evangelism and a personal history of the evangelical ministry of Billy Graham.

Dr. Lewis Drummond carefully examines the history of evangelism and the methods used throughout history. He starts with the Apostle Paul and ends with a special emphasis on the ministry of Billy Graham.

This book is a “must buy” for pastors, teachers, professors, students, and lay persons who are interested in the various ways that ministry and evangelism has taken place over the centuries, from Roman coliseums to canvas cathedrals.

For this reason, The Canvas Cathedral can be used in the classroom, the church, or the home to learn more about the scope of evangelism through the centuries.

The Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text

  • Author: Zane C. Hodges

This publication of The Greek New Testament According to the Majority Text marks the first time in the twentieth century that a critical edition of the Greek New Testament has used the vast bulk of extant manuscripts as a basis for its text. This text, therefore, represents a sharp departure from the kind of text found in the currently popular third edition of the United Bible Societies Greek Testament and in the twenty-sixth edition of the Nestle-Aland text.

The Majority Text New Testament abandons the one-hundred-year-old theories of Westcott and Hort and the resulting reliance on a few older Egypt-based manuscripts. It offers students and scholars of the Greek New Testament a significant and viable option to the form of text that’s enjoyed currency in recent decades but that cries out for critical reassessment.

The Nelson Study Bible : New King James Version

  • Author: Earl D. Radmacher

This is the study Bible from the mind of a scholar and the heart of a pastor. The depth of its scholarship is evident in its over 15,000 expository study notes, 100 in-depth articles, 350 word focus word studies, and extensive book introductions, among other features. The Nelson study system is comprehensive as well as inviting. Includes in-text maps and charts.

The New Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew and Greek Words

  • Author: James Strong

Contains concise definitions of over 14,000 original Bible words. This is an unabridged, fully corrected, updated version of Strong’s famous dictionaries, and it’s keyed throughout to Strong’s numbering system.

The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

  • Author: Jerome H. Smith

Edited by Jerome H. Smith, an incredible one-volume Bible reference library, this comprehensive update of the original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge is a unique resource for Bible study, teaching, or preaching. This edition contains nearly 100,000 new cross-references and additional key words, a new system of symbols, and many other improvements. This is the most comprehensive collection of time-saving and insightful cross-references ever published! Dozens of special study aids help you develop powerful lessons or sermons—straight from the Bible itself!

The Open Bible

For over twenty 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, appear within the Biblical Cyclopedic Index.

The Open Bible® is time-tested and highly respected because of the powerful features that enable readers to unlock the Scriptures. An easy-to-use 8,000-subject biblical cyclopedic index, in-depth book introductions and outlines, a visual survey of the Bible, a Christian’s guide to the new life outlines, word studies, study notes, maps and charts, and hundreds of pages of Bible study helps make The Open Bible® an excellent choice for new Christians, teachers, pastors, and anyone who wants to explore the Bible in depth.

The So That’s Why! Bible

  • Author: Timothy B. Cargal

To really understand the Bible you need to know why things happened the way they did. That means you need to know the world in which the events took place.

Step back into biblical times with The So That’s Why! Bible.

Learn how the Bible’s history fits into the context of the ancient world—why things happened, what historical and spiritual principles were involved, and how the events related to each other. Everything you need is here—culture, religion, politics, geography, and much more!

The Theological Wordbook

  • Author: Don Campbell

“Stimulating theology” is an oxymoron for most people. “Theology” sounds like something severely intellectual, full of complicated ideas that escape the typical Christian reader.

In reality, theology is meant to enhance our understanding of God. Most of the words that make up the Christian vocabulary are common words, drawn from the realities of life, and are therefore easily applicable to real life. Based on this premise, four leading authors have come together to create this excellent volume.

The Theological Wordbook tackles tough words—propitiation, regeneration, righteousness, predestination—but it does so in a natural, plain-spoken manner designed to be enlightening rather than evasive. Furthermore, literally dozens of words you likely to use every day—forgiveness, mind, peace, rest, family, truth, guilt—have profound biblical value. Using The Theological Wordbook can enable you to more fully appreciate what the bible teaches on these crucial topics and how each of these terms is relevant for life today.

As this happens, your understanding of God will expand. And as the words you use, speak, and hear in the community of faith become more familiar, you will become more connected to your own spiritual heritage.

The Theological Wordbook is the link between understanding God’s Word in your head and accepting it in your heart.

The Wonder of Worship

  • Author: Ronald B. Allen

A logical yet passionate approach that brings much needed harmony to the many facets of worship in the church today.

Although often controversial, worship is an essential and enduring element of the Christian faith. This three-part study examines the issues surrounding the corporate worship of God, including biblical models and the current revolution in evangelical worship. At a time of radical change in the church, Allen’s logical-yet-passionate approach is timely and brings much-needed harmony to the many facets of worship.

Understanding Christian Theology

  • Author: Charles Swindoll and Roy Zuck

Experts in their respective fields provide an authoritative perspective on the fundamentals of theology. Extensive treatment of all the classic areas of theological concern—God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, man, sin, salvation, sanctification, the Scriptures, the church, and more.

Vine’s You Can Learn New Testament Greek!

  • Author: W. E. Vine

Let the one you’ve trusted for word studies for years teach you to read the New Testament in Greek! Created by W. E. Vine, the trusted author of the world’s most-used expository dictionary, this book is a “teach yourself” course for those who have no previous knowledge of Greek. Designed especially for the layperson, you’ll start by learning the Greek alphabet, and by the third lesson, you’ll be reading directly from the Greek New Testament!

Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary Topic Finder

  • Author: W. E. Vine

This is an indispensable index to the famous Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words. It organizes, under convenient biblical and theological topics, all entries from Vine’s that relate to that topic. Enables students, teachers, and preachers to quickly find the word studies that relate to the topic at hand.

Visual Survey of the Bible

Provides a complete bird’s eye overview of the Bible in an exclusive set of visuals. Includes charts and time lines to explain how the Bible was written and collected in its modern-day format. Now anyone can study and teach the key truths of the Bible as they develop from Genesis to Revelation. Includes life applications throughout.

What Does the Bible Say About . . .

Contains articles on almost 500 topics that touch on modern life, identifying Bible verses or passages that have relevant messages for people today. Catches the reader’s attention with words and phrases, such as “ecology” or “the bottom line,”—more associated with modern life than with a 2,000-year-old book. Shows how the teachings of the Bible relate to these contemporary terms from “aerobics” to “the workplace.” Entertaining as well as informative: a one-of-a-kind illustrated reference work that all Bible students—whether laypeople or clergy—will enjoy and appreciate.

Where to Find It in the Bible

  • Author: Ken Anderson

Helps you locate specific Bible references to over 3,700 real-life contemporary subjects like abortion, credit cards, computers, indigestion, shopping, stress, voting, and zoology. This A-to-Z listing of subjects, both traditional and offbeat, puts key Scriptures at your fingertips without heavy theological language. Keyed to the NIV, KJV, NKJV, CEV, LB, and NRSV and to other versions. Includes humorous in-text illustrations throughout.

With the Word Bible Commentary

  • Author: Warren W. Wiersbe

A fresh approach that not only offers trustworthy scholarship, but also provides a book-by-book, chapter-by-chapter tour through the glory of Christian faith. This highly readable personal “conversation” with Scripture guides you through each book, helping you reap the rich, life-changing applications on every page. Contains many helpful outlines for teachers and preachers.

Woman’s Study Bible

Features study articles, annotations, and more than 300 topical notes on hundreds of subjects of interest to women. Written from a conservative perspective that honors the special role women have throughout the Scriptures. It includes portraits of more than 100 women of the Bible, inspirational quotations, and 175 original in-text charts and maps. Written, edited, and produced by women for women. All students, pastors, and teachers will appreciate seeing the Scriptures from this fresh viewpoint.

The Applause of Heaven

  • Author: Max Lucado

It is what you always dreamed but never expected. It’s having God as your dad, your biggest fan, and your best friend. It is having the King of Kings in your cheering section. It is hearing the applause of heaven. Max Lucado believes that the Beatitudes provide what we need to discover the joy of God. Much more than a how-to book on happiness.

Religions A to Z

  • Author: James A. Beverley

Religions A to Z is a complete, easy-to-use handbook on the origins, basic beliefs, and defining features of the world’s religions, cults, and sects. Written with the Christian in mind, these profiles provide the reader with the fundamentals of today’s religions and how they compare to Christianity.

Product Details

  • Title: Nelson 501 Book Bundle
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • 501 volumes