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  • Earths Last Empire (Unabridged)

    $19.98

    The most powerful and prophetic book yet from best-selling author Pastor John Hagee. Our world is in crisis mode, but God is still on the throne.

    Bible prophecy clearly reveals that immediately prior to the rapture of the Church, four powerful kings will race onto the stage of world history. Pastor Hagee reveals who they are, where they come from, and what they signify. Learn why Hagee believes that we are in the beginning stages of World War III, and how this will eventually take us to the Battle of Armageddon. Pastor Hagee vividly describes the key players that signify the King is coming!

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  • Poverty Riches And Wealth (Unabridged)

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    Overcoming the Never-Enough Mentality to Experience True Kingdom Abundance

    Prosperity. It’s one of the most dividing words in the church. Some pastors use it to tell their congregations that God will make them all rich, rich, rich! Others spurn the word and insist that true Christlikeness is found in forsaking all worldly riches and possessions.

    The truth is, both are right–and both are wrong.

    With refreshing honesty, humor, and keen insight, bestselling author and pastor Kris Vallotton mines the Scriptures in an eye-opening study of what the Bible really says about money, poverty, riches, and wealth. And what he finds is sure to shake up what you thought you knew–including these surprising truths:
    – Jesus was not poor and homeless
    – Heaven is described in the language of wealth
    – Poverty is a mindset that holds us back from true wealth
    – You determine your wealth based on how much, and how well, you love yourself
    – God wants all his children to be wealthy, though not everyone should be rich

    Kingdom prosperity begins from the inside out. When you learn to cultivate a mindset of abundance, no matter your circumstances, you will begin to experience the wealth of heaven in every area of your life.

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  • Finding The Love Of Jesus From Genesis To Revelation (Unabridged)

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    Turn Bible Reading from a Duty into a Delight

    Far too often, reading the Bible seems like just another obligation to check off your to-do list. But the Bible is so much more than a boring book of rules and regulations and stories of plagues and punishments.

    The entire Bible is a love story, and every chapter is a scene in the epic romance between God and humanity. In this sweeping overview of the Bible, Elyse Fitzpatrick reveals how each section–the Law, history, poetry, and epistles–points to God’s eternal love for you and the good news of redemption through Christ. You’ll find yourself drawn to the Bible like never before as you begin to see Jesus on every page.

    Discussion questions make this a great book to study on your own or with a small group.

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  • Bible From 30 000 Feet The Old Testament (Unabridged)

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    An Eye-Opening and Engaging Guide to the Bible

    Enjoy the magnificent panorama of Scripture like never before! Pastor Skip Heitzig shares a FLIGHT plan for the books of the Old Testament to help you better understand the context and significance of each. In this overview, you’ll discover…

    -Facts–about the author and the date each book was written
    -Landmarks–a summary of the highlights of the book
    -Itinerary–a specific outline of the book divided by themes
    -Gospel–how to see Jesus within the book’s pages
    -History–a brief glimpse at the cultural setting for the book
    -Travel Tips–guidelines for navigating the book’s truths

    If you have ever found yourself getting lost and wandering from verse to verse in Scripture, put yourself firmly on track with the clear aerial view offered in The Bible from 30,000 Feet: Old Testament.

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  • Who Is Jesus

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    A fraud, a madman…or God incarnate?
    No person in history has provoked such widely divergent assessments as Jesus of Nazareth. Some say He was a cunning fraud, while others say He must have been out of His mind. In many cases His story is altered to suit the fancies of those seeking to make Him an ally for a host of militant causes.

    However, as Dr. R.C. Sproul points out in this Crucial Questions booklet, there is compelling evidence that Jesus was something more–that He was, in fact, God in the flesh. By wrestling with the biblical titles for Jesus and the accounts of His life and ministry, Dr. Sproul unfolds the scriptural portrait of Jesus, the Son of God.

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  • Can I Trust The Bible (Unabridged)

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    There is a common assumption that the Bible is full of errors and contradictions, and that its often-unusual people and events render it useless for today. These ideas are fueled by the teachings of scholarly critics, who seem to delight in raising questions about the Bible’s truthfulness and integrity.

    But the critics of the Bible are wrong, according to Dr. R.C. Sproul in this Crucial Questions booklet. In fact, he says, there are many solid reasons to trust the Bible. With Jesus, with the apostles and prophets, and with men of God throughout church history, Dr. Sproul affirms a high view of Scripture-that it is inspired of God and therefore inerrant and infallible.

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  • Empathy For The Devil (Unabridged)

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    Do we have anything in common with the bad guys of the Bible?

    The sins of wrath, idolatry, and abuse of power are closer to us than we think. How do we guard against them? We learn not only by following moral exemplars we also need to look at the warnings of lives gone wrong. In this fictionalized narrative, JR. Forasteros reintroduces us to some of the most villainous characters of Scripture. He shows us what we can learn from their negative examples, with figures such as Cain, Jezebel, King Herod, and even Satan serving as cautionary tales of sin and temptation. Forasteros vividly tells their stories to help us understand their motivations, and his astute biblical and cultural exposition points out what we often miss about their lives. We soon discover that we might have more in common with these characters than we would like to admit. But by the grace of God, we can avoid their mistakes and be freed from our own villainous tendencies.

    Take a fresh look at the scoundrels of Scripture, and find sound pastoral guidance here to walk the path of righteousness.

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  • What Do Jesus Parables Mean (Unabridged)

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    Jesus was known for presenting many of His teachings in parables, short stories that illustrate a point. In His own day and in ours, Jesus’ stories have often been misunderstood, and their riches have been overlooked. In What Do Jesus’ Parables Mean?, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the parables of Jesus, laying out their meaning and the rich blessings that they promise to believers.

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  • What Can We Know About God (Unabridged)

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    Jesus Himself said that knowing God is an essential part of salvation. We must know who God is, and the way to know God is to learn what He has revealed about Himself. In What Can We Know about God?, Dr. R.C. Sproul unfolds Scripture’s teachings on the nature, will, and attributes of God, presenting a glorious picture of our great Creator and Savior.

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  • How Can I Be Right With God (Unabridged)

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    The Philippian jailer’s question is as pressing for us as it was for the man who originally asked it. God is holy, and we are not. God cannot stand to look upon sin. How then can we, as sinners, be saved? This book delves into Scripture and church history to explore the Protestant doctrine of justification by faith alone, and in so doing, it points to Christ alone as our hope for salvation.

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  • World Jesus Knew (Unabridged)

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    Jesus lived in a time of great tension and upheaval. It is estimated there were approximately 700,000 Jews then living in Israel under the Roman occupation. Discover the complexities of life in a tiny Nazereth village. Compelling narrative brings to light the rapidily developing cultures throughout the world. The World Jesus Knew immerses the modern reader in the worldwide drama of the first century and depicts an era of global conquest and domination.

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  • Promise Principle : Promise Principle (Unabridged)

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    Does your group want to study God’s Word in a deeper way? Are you ruled by thoughts and feelings? Would your life be better if you chose how to respond to circumstances? God’s Word is rich with promises for our lives! This book will guide your group to dig deeper in study and experience His promises. Our old nature is influenced by thoughts and feelings responding to family dynamics, work, health, or temptation. However, God plans for our spiritual growth so that we no longer participate in this old nature. Instead, we are led by His divine nature. The Bible tells the stories of how people responded to their circumstances. Faith is a choice to respond to God’s promise rather than to a circumstance. God’s plan for our spiritual growth is that we no longer participate in this old nature, but in His divine nature. This book will challenge the way you read Scripture, and teach you a new way to encounter the Bible so that you may grow.

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  • Women Of Easter (Unabridged)

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    Prepare for a life-changing encounter with Jesus, seeing him afresh through the eyes of three women who worship and adore him. Mary of Bethany prepares the way for the Lord’s burial when she anoints his feet and fills the air with her perfume. His mother, Mary of
    Nazareth, stands by her son from his first breath to his last, her loyalty unwavering. Mary Magdalene, delivered of seven demons, bravely supports her teacher through his darkest hours, then proclaims the glorious news of his resurrection. What a trio! What a Savior!

    A seasoned Bible teacher and award-winning novelist, Liz Curtis Higgs combines her storytelling skills with a thorough verse-by-verse study of Scripture as she explores the lives of these three Marys. Just as she did in The Women of Christmas Liz shows us how we can
    deepen our walk with the Lord by following in the footsteps of The Women of Easter.

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  • How To Read The Bible (Unabridged)

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    In How to Read the Bible, Harvard professor James Kugel leads the listener through the quiet revolution of recent biblical scholarship, showing how radically the interpretations of today’s researchers differ from what people have always thought. The story of Adam and Eve, it turns out, was not originally about the Fall of Man, but about the move from a primitive, hunter-gatherer society to a settled, agricultural one. As for the stories of Cain and Abel, Abraham and Sarah, and Jacob and Esau, they were not about individual people at all but, rather, explanations of Israelite society as it existed centuries after these figures were said to have lived. In the earliest version of the Exodus story, Moses probably did not divide the Red Sea in half; instead, the Egyptians perished in a storm at sea. Whatever the original Ten Commandments might have been, scholars are quite sure they were different from the ones we have today. What’s more, the people long supposed to have written various books of the Bible were not their real authors: David did not write the Psalms, Solomon did not write Proverbs.

    Such findings pose a problem for adherents of traditional, Bible-based faiths. Hiding from the discoveries of modern scholars seems dishonest, but accepting them means undermining much of the Bible’s reliability and authority as the word of God. What to do? In his search for a solution, Kugel leads the listener back to ancient biblical interpreters who flourished at the end of the biblical period. Far from naive, these interpreters consciously set out to depart from the original meaning of the Bible’s various stories and prophecies-and they, Kugel argues, hold the key to solving the dilemma of reading the Bible today.

    How to Read the Bible is, quite simply, the best, most original audiobook about the Bible in decades. Clear, often funny, but deeply serious in its purpose, this is a book for Christians and Jews, believers and secularists alike.

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  • Art Of Praying The Scriptures

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    The Art of Praying Scriptures 2-CD Set is not an audiobook. It’s nearly two hours of teaching that inspired the book. This audio teaching is a powerful companion resource to the book and study card because John Paul shares numerous experiences that shaped how he reads the Bible and receives revelation from it.

    The Bible is the Word of God. That makes it more than a historical book of record. It’s a living and breathing extension of Diety. Within its pages hold truths about the past, present and future, often interwoven amongst the same lines of Scripture. Each of these truths unfold layers of meaning to those who read and hear its instruction.

    Listen as John Paul shares the handful of powerful experiences that taught him how to read the white.
    Discover your unique spiritual rhythm with God.
    Learn the four stages of Lectio Divina (The Divine Reading).
    Prepare your heart by learning the 9 important steps before prayer.
    Uncover the secret to reading Scripture through the ears of your heart.

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  • Why They Changed The Bible

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    The Bible is being changed …slowly.

    Somebody’s been messing with:

    Bibles
    Bible translators
    Bible translation agencies
    Churches
    Christians

    Why?
    What is their goal?
    What do they hope to accomplish?

    See who is behind the gradual changing of modern Bibles. And their plan is almost complete:

    One World Bible for One World Religion

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  • How To Read The Bible (Unabridged)

    $44.99

    36 Hours On 30 Compact Discs

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    Scholars from different fields have joined forces to reexamine every aspect of the Hebrew Bible. Their research, carried out in universities and seminaries in Europe and America, has revolutionized our understanding of almost every chapter and verse. But have they killed the Bible in the process?

    In How to Read the Bible, Harvard professor James Kugel leads the reader chapter by chapter through the quiet revolution of recent biblical scholarship, showing time and again how radically the interpretations of today’s researchers differ from what people have always thought. The story of Adam and Eve, it turns out, was not originally about the Fall of Man, but about the move from a primitive, hunter-gatherer society to a settled, agricultural one. As for the stories of Cain and Abel, Abraham and Sarah, and Jacob and Esau, these narratives were not, at their origin, about individual people at all but, rather, explanations of some feature of Israelite society as it existed centuries after these figures were said to have lived. Dinah was never raped — her story was created by an editor to solve a certain problem in Genesis. In the earliest version of the Exodus story, Moses probably did not divide the Red Sea in half; instead, the Egyptians perished in a storm at sea. Whatever the original Ten Commandments might have been, scholars are quite sure they were different from the ones we have today. What’s more, the people long supposed to have written various books of the Bible were not, in the current consensus, their real authors: David did not write the Psalms, Solomon did not write Proverbs or Ecclesiastes; indeed, there is scarcely a book in the Bible that is not the product of different, anonymous authors and editors working in different periods.

    Such findings pose a serious problem for adherents of traditional, Bible-based faiths. Hiding from the discoveries of modern scholars seems dishonest, but accepting them means undermining much of the Bible’s reliability and authority as the word of God. What to do? In his search for a solution, Kugel leads the reader back to a group of ancient biblical interpreters who flourished at the end of the biblical period. Far from naive, these interpreters consciously set out to depart from the original meaning of the Bible’s various stories, laws, and prophecies — and they, Kugel argues, hold the key to solving the dilemma of reading the Bible today.

    How to Read the Bible is, quite simply, the best, most origin

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  • On Scripture : Collected Talks 2

    $29.95

    4.5 Hours On 4 CDs

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    Talk One Faith in Exile: Biblical Spirituality for Our Times
    Attempting to find meaning in a secular culture leads only to dead ends. Rohr reviews what Scripture teaches about the challenge of living a life of faith and finding meaning in exile.

    Talk Two Hearing the Wisdom of Jesus
    To follow the intention and the teaching of Jesus as presented in Scripture, we are invited onto a narrow path where Jesus does not give us answers but constantly refreshes us with wisdom.

    Talk Three The Parables: Letting Jesus Teach Us
    Rohr defines seven categories of parables that convey various ways of entering sacred space. Storytelling should destabilize our logic and help us allow God to be in charge of our lives.

    Talk Four Love Your Enemy: The Gospel Call to Nonviolence
    Jesus tells us to Love your enemy. Within this framework, Rohr examines three pivotal questions about violence and our response to Jesus.

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