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  • Letter of James Second Edition


    Few New Testament books have been as con­troversial and misunderstood as the letter of James. Its place in the canon was contested by some early Christians, and the reformer Martin Luther called it an “epistle of straw.” The sometimes negative view of the letter among modern theologians, however, is not shared by ordinary believers. Well known and often quoted, James is concise, intensely practical, and filled with memorable metaphors and illustrations. As such, it has become one of the most popular New Testament books in the church.

    This highly original commentary on James by respected New Testament scholar Douglas Moo combines penetrat­ing scholarship with the simplicity of style and pastoral tone characteristic of James itself. After discussing such background issues as authorship, genre, purpose, structure, and theology, Moo provides a verse-by-verse exposition of the text that leads readers to the heart of James’s message—wholehearted commitment to Christ. In addition to expounding the meaning of James, Moo also takes care to provide practical insights for applying that meaning in the church today.

    At once scholarly and accessible, this vol­ume has become a standard commentary on James. The second edition is based upon the newest version of the NIV and incorporates the latest scholarship. It has been expanded, updated, and revised throughout.

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  • When People Are Big and God Is Small


    Five college students pitch a tent by their car one dark night, not realizing they’ve set up camp by a military runway. They awake from a deep sleep to the shaking of the earth and a roar like mountains falling―the sound of a military transport plane taking off right over their heads. Can you imagine the visceral terror of that moment? For author and biblical counselor Edward Welch, it was a glimpse of what the Israelites experienced in God’s presence at Mount Sinai. Our God is a consuming fire. His holiness and relentless love put our sin, our weakness, and our fears in perspective. If we can learn the fear of the Lord―a fear that in Christ is filled with gratitude, love, and devotion―we can break free of the fear of other people that so easily entangles us. We can experience joy in our Christian lives as we need other people less and love them more. This groundbreaking work has helped countless numbers of people to confront their fear of man and live in freedom. The new edition features clarifying additions, new material, and revisions throughout.

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  • Measure of a Woman


    The Measure of a Woman helps women discover their strengths and learn from their weaknesses so that they can truly live in accordance with Gods Word. The world tells us one thing about beauty, but God’s Word relates that beauty is something much deeper. When women learn how to be beautiful from the inside out, they gain respect and serve as examples to other women. Gene and Elaine Getz share these time-tested and proven guidelines that have led countless women to become living proof of God’s love and grace. Here is a chance for even more women to discover the secret to biblical femininity.

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  • Giant Leaf


    Kendu, a brave young fox often dreams of a giant leaf…and freedom. His journey to find both leads him to new friends and new challenges including the mysterious Animal Eater. Could this be the end of Kendu’s journey? The Giant Leaf tells the story of Noah’s Ark from the perspective of the animals that were eyewitnesses to the Bibical events.

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  • Nugget and the Refiner


    ‘Why are bad things always happening to me?’
    Nugget is a rock. Not a gem but an ugly hunk of ore buried in the ooze and he’s comfortable there. That is, until one day when a traveler wrenches him from the ground and takes him on the most uncomfortable, but surprising, journey of his life.

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  • Explorando El Evangelio


    Sea que haya crecido en la iglesia y escuchado innumberales sermones o que tenga que admitir que realmente no sabia mucho sobre el ristiaismo, debe llegar un momento en la vida de cada persona cuando es hora de sentarse y de investigar lo que la biblia reamente dice sobre el “Estar  bien con dios”. Explorando El Evangelio es su guía para paso a paso examinar atentamente la instrucción en la palabra de dios con respecto a la vida, la muerte, el pecado y el perdón.  En este cuaderno ̃̃̃pequeño y fácil de entender, usted tendrá el reto de replantearse lo que ha oído hablar de estas antiguas e importantes verdades.

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    “It is generally recognized that spirituality is at low ebb in Christendom and not a few perceive that sound doctrine is rapidly on the wane, yet many of the Lord’s people take comfort from supposing that the Gospel is still being widely preached and that large numbers are being saved thereby. Alas, their optimistic supposition is ill-founded and sandy grounded. If the “message” now being delivered in Mission Halls be examined, if the “tracts” which are scattered among the unchurched masses be scrutinized, if the “open-air” speakers be carefully listened to, if the “sermons” or “addresses” of a “Soul-winning campaign” be analyzed; in short, if modern “Evangelism” be weighed in the balances of Holy Writ, it will be found wanting-lacking that which is vital to a genuine conversion, lacking what is essential if sinners are to be shown their need of a Savior, lacking that which will produce the transfigured lives of new creatures in Christ Jesus.” Arthur Walkington Pink was an English Christian evangelist and Biblical scholar known for his staunchly Calvinist and Puritan-like teachings. Though born to Christian parents, prior to conversion he migrated into a Theosophical society (an occult gnostic group popular in England during that time), and quickly rose in prominence within their ranks. His conversion came from his father’s patient admonitions from Scripture. It was the verse, Proverbs 14:12, ‘there is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death,’ which particularly struck his heart and compelled him to renounce Theosophy and follow Jesus.

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  • WHO AM I


    Perhaps the most fundamental question of human existence is: “Who am I?” To answer that question, best-selling author Jerry Bridges turns to Scripture to unpack for the Christian eight clear, interlocking, illuminating answers:

    • I Am a Creature
    • I Am in Christ
    • I Am Justified
    • I Am an Adopted Son of God
    • I Am a New Creation
    • I Am a Saint
    • I Am a Servant of Jesus Christ
    • I Am Not Yet Perfect

    A direct, simple, honest presentation of biblical truth, Who Am I? demonstrates for believers in Christ that they can and should rightfully claim for themselves an unshakeable, lifelong, personal foundation of confidence in one thing and one thing alone: the gospel of a victorious, resurrected Savior.

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    Children are gifts from the Lord. In this practical guide to parenting, Andrew Murray shows the essential qualities of being a parent who loves the Lord. He also shows you how to build your family in the Lord, alleviate stressful family situations, direct your children’s steps, and see the needs of your family met. Christians desire that their children grow up and live as followers of Christ. In this book, you will find biblical advice and God’s promises on how you can shape and mold the lives of your children for eternity!

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    SKU (ISBN): 9781921896316 Author: Paul Grimmond Publisher:  Matthias Media (January 1, 2011)

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    Every church will experience conflicts. How a church handles these inevitable conflicts determines its future and the spiritual health of its members. If properly approached, church conflicts can be used for spiritual growth–both individually and corporately as the body of Christ. Redeeming church conflicts–making something glorious out of something awful–provides evidence to a watching world that the gospel is real and powerful.

    In this purposeful and practical book, two church-conflict resolution experts take readers through the Acts 15 model of approaching conflict in order to help them understand the intricacies of their church conflict. The book provides a clear, godly way forward into redemptive reconciliation, regardless of how the people involved in the conflict respond or fail to respond.

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    The exquisite line-art illustrations to color will get the creative juices flowing, and a space is provided for doodling and writing down their own thoughts and prayers in the ruled margins – perfect for all girls’ journaling needs!

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    The ESV Big Picture Bible is designed for children ages 5–8 who are transitioning from a storybook Bible to a full-text Bible. In addition to over 90 beautiful, child-friendly illustrations adapted from the bestselling Big Picture Story Bible, 225 brand-new illustrations created specifically for this edition are included and interspersed throughout the full Bible text. Parents and children will enjoy reading the Big Picture Bible together as the colorful pictures illustrate the beloved stories of the Bible.

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    The ESV Holy Bible for Kids, Compact is a portable Bible that is small enough to fit in a backpack and perfect for use at church, school, and home. This kid-friendly Bible combines the full text of the ESV along with 24 pages of illustrations depicting scenes from Bible stories such as David and Goliath, Elijah and the chariots of fire, Jesus dying on the cross, and Paul’s conversion. Perfect for kids to use as their first Bible, this compact edition is tailored for independent readers and for parents reading with their kids.

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    The ESV Study Bible was designed to help you understand the Bible in a deeper way.

    Extensive study notes, charts, maps, and articles make this study Bible a valuable resource for serious readers, students, and teachers of God’s Word.

    • 20,000 study notes
    • 80,000 cross–references
    • 200+ charts
    • 50+ articles
    • 240 full-color maps and illustrations
    • Size: 6.5″ x 9.25″
    • 2,752 pages
    • Single-column Bible text (9-point type); double-column notes (7-point type)
    • Black letter text
    • Smyth-sewn binding
    • Lifetime guarantee
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