If you’re looking for a Bible reading plan, this book isn’t it.
This book is for people who get behind trying to follow a plan, and for people who follow a plan but without deeply engaging with what they are reading.
This book is meant to be a companion to your own Bible. It’s not the type of book you can read through in one sitting. It’s meant to help you reflect while walking the path through Scripture, chapter by chapter. It’s a book you may use over the course of several weeks, months, or even years, and one you may never finish.
There are no dates.
There are no deadlines.
There isn’t a finish line.
You can start anywhere you want.
You can skip a day, a week, or a month and pick back up whenever you want.
There’s no pressure.
It’s my hope that this book will help you connect with God’s Word in a way you may never have connected before. Here’s to enjoying the journey.
About the Author
Beth Beutler is an author, speaker, and communication/administration specialist. Her business, H.O.P.E. Unlimited, focuses on Helping Other People Excel. She writes about how you can live and work with excellence by Elevating God and others, executing plans and projects, Communicating effectively, Equipping and educating yourself and those around you, and Laughing.
Visit her at www.bethbeutler.com.
What does the future hold for the church and for Israel? The first seven chapters answer the first part of the question and the last six chapters deal with the second part.
Table of contents:
- JESUS’ PROMISE OF DEPARTURE AND RETURN
- PAUL ON COMFORT AND REUNION
- THE FACT OF THE RESURRECTION
- “WE SHALL BE LIKE HIM” – PART ONE
- “WE SHALL BE LIKE HIM” – PART TWO
- THE JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST
- THE PRESENTATION OF THE CHURCH
- THE COMING OF THE SON OF MAN
- ARMAGEDDON – THE BEAST OVERWHELMED
- “STANDING ON OLIVET” AND “COMING FROM EDOM”
- THE RESURRECTION OF SAINTS AND GATHERING OF THE ELECT
- JUDGEMENT OF LEVI, ISRAEL AND THE NATIONS
- THE MILLENIUM – ISRAEL RESTORED AND THE RESTORATION OF ALL THINGS
IF THE GOSPEL IS THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, THEN WHY DON’T CHRISTIANS TELL THE WHOLE STORY?
It’s all too prevalent in the 21st century American church to find a Gospel that begins and ends with the cross. And with it, God’s whole story is forgotten among Christians who have lost the context of their faith in Jesus. This same one-dimensional Gospel has kept the Church from embracing its full calling and finding hope in its future. This book lays out the whole Gospel in six easy-to-remember symbols. Each symbol reveals part of the whole narrative of God’’s love for His creation.
About the Author
Mark McNees (DMin, George Fox University) is the main visionary and lead pastor of Element3 Church, a ministry to emerging culture in Tallahassee, FL. Mark blends personal experience, cultural commentary, humor and honesty to help others discover God’s vision for their life. Mark previously authored Immersion, a book about living a practical and fully-involved Christian life. John Bickley (PhD, Florida State University) is an assistant professor of English and humanities. John also enjoys editing and screenwriting and was the lead editor for Mark’s last book, Immersion. He also serves as a member of Element3’s Wise Council.
To write a book about Jesus is a challenging task; to live a life like Jesus’ is more challenging still.
Though not primarily a work of theology or of spirituality, this popular history intends to help the words and deeds of Jesus come alive for contemporary readers.
Matthew’s gospel focuses on the Kingship of Christ—that Jesus is Lord of Lords, the Messiah, the One promised by the prophets of old. While the Jews were looking for a political king to save them from Roman oppression, God sent them and the rest of the world a different type of Savior—One who would reconcile God’s people to himself, once and for all.
Pastor, author, and Bible teacher Warren W. Wiersbe highlights significant cultural and historical aspects that arise in Matthew’s gospel to paint for readers a clearer picture of this glorious, unexpected, but all-satisfying King of Kings.
About the Author
Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher and the former pastor of three churches, including the Moody Church in Chicago. For ten years he served as general director and Bible teacher for the Back to the Bible radio broadcast. Dr. Wiersbe has written more than 150 books, including the popular “Be” series of expositional Bible studies, which has sold more than four million copies. In 2002, he was awarded the Jordon Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.
“…And It Is Not Because I am Wiser Than Any Living Person That I Know the Secret of Your Dream, But Because God Wanted You to Understand What You Were Thinking About” (Daniel 2:30 NLT).
Ten years ago, James W. Goll published his bestselling work, Dream Language: The Prophetic Power of Dreams, Revelations, and the spirit of Wisdom. In celebration of this milestone, we offer you a feature message on the basics of biblical dream interpretation:
“Some years ago I was traveling through the night by train from the Frankfurt, Germany, region to Rossenheim in southern Bavaria. I was in one of the sleeping cars but, unable to sleep, I spent much of my time praying in the Spirit. The Holy Spirit kept speaking to me over and over, ‘Where are My Daniels? Where are My Esthers? Where are My Josephs, and where are My Deborahs?’
“After many years of pondering on this word, I believe that the Holy Spirit is on a quest to find believers He can work with-believers who will dream God’s dreams at any cost, have a discerning spirit to properly interpret the times, and who learn to intercede out of a posture of revelation.
“Daniel, Esther, Joseph, and Deborah were godly people who possessed the spirit of revelation and who altered destinies and changed history through the revelation that was bestowed on them. They trusted the Lord for wisdom and insight and served His purposes in their generation. Today the Spirit of God is looking for like-minded and like-hearted individuals who will be the Daniels, the Esthers, the Josephs, and the Deborahs for their day. Like the biblical heroes before them, these modern-day trailblazers will study to show themselves approved as workmen for God, rightly dividing the word of truth (revelation) that is given to them (see 2 Tim. 2:15, KJV). And, like their Old Testament counterparts, they will learn to speak the language of that revelation in a manner that is relevant to their contemporaries….”
After centuries of neglect, the Church is rediscovering the realm of dreams and visions as a legitimate avenue for receiving divine revelation.
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Dream Language provides exciting and revealing truths about the Master Dream Weaver and His desire to communicate with you. Based on extensive biblical study and years of personal insights the authors provide in-depth examples about this fascinating realm.