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NKJV Open Bible

The NKJV Open Bible: The Complete Reference System

Jan 28, 2019 |

The Bible is a collection of 66 books written by many writers over a vast time period, and yet it’s the unified Word of God. The Open Bible offers clean and easy navigation through the connectivity of Scripture with a time-tested complete reference system trusted by millions. Plus, The Open Bible gives you even more access into the pages

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Elegant and durable Preaching Bible in KJV and NKJV

Jan 22, 2019 |

Every detail of the Thomas Nelson Preaching Bible is tailor-made with preaching in mind. With features crowdsourced from actual pastors, a flexible calfskin cover, durable sewn binding, and elegant layout, the Thomas Nelson Preaching Bible is the ideal choice for those who have been called to the sacred task of preaching the Word. Features include:

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5 ways to show God's love

Five Ways You Can Make God’s Love Real to Others

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” – John 13:34-35 (NKJV) Christians are given the extraordinary privilege—and the extraordinary challenge—of sharing God’s love

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7 Bible Journaling Prompts

Reflecting on Biblical Wisdom: 7 Journaling Prompts

Reading the Bible is a journey to hear from the Lord. It’s a time to pause and reflect on God and the truths of Scripture. Journaling as you read the Bible is a valuable way to process your thoughts, reflect on God, and apply biblical wisdom to your life. What better way to start the

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Jesus Born To Save

The Genealogy of Christ Revealed

Today genealogies are a thriving hobby for people who are interested in where they come from. In biblical times, genealogies were a vital part of Jewish society. In order to claim the privileges of Jewish citizenship, people had to be able to trace their lineage back generations. For that reason, the Jewish people kept meticulous

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Maxwell Leadership Bible Lessons Christmas Nativity

Leadership Lessons from the Nativity

The beauty of Christmas is that it’s a profound message, yet so simply given. Three ordinary objects from the Christmas story offer profound lessons in leadership.   THE STAR: BE A TRAVEL GUIDE Scripture says the star the wise men saw “in the East went before them, till it came and stood over where the

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Jesus Birth in the manager

5 Old Testament Prophecies Answered in the New Testament Through Christ

Bible scholars estimate that more than 350 Old Testament prophecies were fulfilled by the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The prophecies were intended to give God’s people hope and to help them identify their Savior. They still serve that purpose today. Let’s take a look at a few of the answered prophecies

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Christmas is hope.

What Really Sent the Shepherds to the Manger? Finding Hope in the Christmas Story

The angel’s announcement certainly got the attention of the shepherds keeping watch over their flocks by night. But it was something else that sent them hurrying toward a manger in Bethlehem. The Star of Wonder guided the Magi across the miles, but it was something else that fueled their journey. It was the same thing

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Where to Find Comfort and Encouragement in the Psalms

There are many words of comfort and encouragement in the Psalms. Here is your guide to a few chapters that will build you up and remind you of God’s faithfulness. When you feel abandoned: Ps. 10. When your world seems to be falling apart: Ps. 46. When you are afraid: Ps. 23; 91. When you

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new testament giving new king james study bible

New Testament Giving

The most detailed passage on giving in the New Testament is found in 2 Corinthians (chs. 8; 9). The primary reason that Paul addressed this topic here was that false teachers in Corinth were questioning Paul’s motives for ministry. Evidently they were suggesting that Paul was pocketing contributions earmarked for the poor believers in Jerusalem.

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