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Featuring chapter-by-chapter studies on the books of Hebrews and Philippians, these commentaries will enrich your understanding of the Scripture and its relevance for today.

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The Bible is full of characters! These historical people provide lessons and illustrations that can help us in our own time.

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Learn about the foundations of the Christian faith

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These outlines are helpful study guides for both learning and teaching.

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How would you rate your knowledge of the Bible? Check out these quizzes and test your memory!

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Job: Patience Through Suffering

When we open the book of Job, we are transported into an ancient world.  However, it is one that reflects human fears, joys, hope and the deep questions of life today. Every human being who has ever suffered deeply can relate to Job, especially those who have felt they have suffered unjustly.

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Jesus: Looking Into His Eyes

Among people known to us, when a name is mentioned, a face immediately comes to mind. Although we cannot see the actual face of Jesus while we are here on earth, the mention of His personal name stirs feelings and emotions about Him (II Corinthians 4:6).

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Jacob: Wrestling With The Angel

To “wrestle with the angel” has become a proverbial expression for wrestling with problems. People want God’s blessing, but refuse to ponder, grapple, and fight through to victory.

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Barnabas: The Son of Encouragement

Barnabas was a prophet, teacher, apostle and close friend of Paul.

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Esau: The Man Who Sold His Birthright

Esau was the oldest of the twin sons of Isaac and Rebecca. Jacob was the other twin, who later became Israel. Although Esau was the first of the two twins born, Jacob grabbed his heel while he was still in the womb. Symbolically, this meant he would always seek to have the rights that were traditionally given to his firstborn brother.

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Ananias and Sapphira: The Need for Honesty in Marital Finances

With the current decline of strong marriages, the case of Ananias and Sapphira can teach us where many couples go wrong. The first persons to suffer for their sins in the early Church was a married couple. And this pair can represent husbands and wives in any age group, ethnicity and era.

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