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Count It All Joy - Commentary on James

"Count It All Joy" - Commentary on James

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol.1 - eBook

James is a beautiful Epistle. It opens us to God's word as spoken to the Jews and early Christians. It reveals to us the Jewish roots of Jesus' own moral teaching. In our world, where there is much confusion about what is right and what is wrong, James offers clear, concise answers. He tells us what Jesus wants us to say and do. More >>>

God is Love - Commentary on 1 John

"God is Love" - Commentary on 1 John

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol. 2 - eBook

John is writing to his fellow Christians to tell them to stand fast in their faith. They are not to follow those who have chosen to fall away. They are to make a choice for Jesus, for love. More >>>

Be Holy Yourselves - Commentary on 1 Peter

"Be Holy Yourselves" - Commentary on 1 Peter

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol. 3 - eBook

This Epistle, as all of Scripture, had an uplifting and important message for early Christians. They needed this letter to help them through their crises of faith, to inform them of what the apostles and others united to them in faith taught and preached. First Peter fulfills the same function for us. It tells us how to be Christian, how to live and how to face the crises of our generation. More >>>

Your People Shall Be My People - Commentary on Ruth

"Your People Shall Be My People" - Commentary on Ruth

Abiding Bible Companion, Vol. 4 - eBook

Ruth is an ancestor of King David and of Jesus. This book is rich in the meaning of family life for Jews and Christians alike. It shows us the common ground between Judaism and Christianity and it can be a great opportunity for dialogue between Christians and Jews. More >>>

Faithless People - Faithful God - Commentary on Hosea

"Faithless People - Faithful God " - Commentary on Hosea

Abiding Bible Companion, Vol. 5 - eBook

The book of Hosea is a book of hope and of the overwhelming redemptive love of God. God does not quit, but rather loves Gomer and Israel and us, even when we sin. God continues to call us back even when we constantly or consistently reject that loving call. More >>>

FRENCH Count It All Joy - Commentary on James

FRENCH "Count It All Joy" - Commentary on James

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol.1 - eBook

James is a beautiful Epistle. It opens us to God's word as spoken to the Jews and early Christians. It reveals to us the Jewish roots of Jesus' own moral teaching. In our world, where there is much confusion about what is right and what is wrong, James offers clear, concise answers. He tells us what Jesus wants us to say and do. More >>>

FRENCH God is Love - Commentary on 1 John

FRENCH "God is Love" - Commentary on 1 John

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol. 2 - eBook

John is writing to his fellow Christians to tell them to stand fast in their faith. They are not to follow those who have chosen to fall away. They are to make a choice for Jesus, for love. More >>>

FRENCH Be Holy Yourselves - Commentary on 1 Peter

FRENCH "Be Holy Yourselves" - Commentary on 1 Peter

Abiding Bible Companion - Vol. 3 - eBook

This Epistle, as all of Scripture, had an uplifting and important message for early Christians. They needed this letter to help them through their crises of faith, to inform them of what the apostles and others united to them in faith taught and preached. First Peter fulfills the same function for us. It tells us how to be Christian, how to live and how to face the crises of our generation. More >>>

FRENCH Your People Shall Be My People - Commentary on Ruth

FRENCH "Your People Shall Be My People" - Commentary on Ruth

Abiding Bible Companion, Vol. 4 - eBook

Ruth is an ancestor of King David and of Jesus. This book is rich in the meaning of family life for Jews and Christians alike. It shows us the common ground between Judaism and Christianity and it can be a great opportunity for dialogue between Christians and Jews. More >>>

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