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Happy first week of January everyone! We hope that you had a great end of the year and are looking forward to 2015. Don’t forget that if you have a goal of reading more of the Bible this year, the Bible Reading Planner inside of WORDsearch can help you stay organized and motivated. It also allows you to create a customized calendar to enable you to systematically read through the Bible at a pace comfortable to you. Read more on how to set it up in our blog post listed below.

The vitality of the Bible is its most evident characteristic. It has survived alike the indifference of some ages and the active opposition and the hostile criticism of others…Only God could thus hold the mirror to the soul of man, only God could thus plumb the depths of human personality, and only God could thus meet every need…’Never books speaks as does this book.” – W.E. Vine.

W.E. Vine is known as one of the past century’s most respected theologians and expositors. For decades, his prolific writings have been a treasured resource for preachers, teachers, and students of God’s Word. This week, WORDsearch is offering three of his outstanding works on sale – Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, The Collected Writings of W.E. Vine, and Vine’s You Can Learn New Testament Greek. Don’t miss out on the chance to take advantage of the sale on these helpful resources.

Romans…gives us a grasp of the present. It explains key doctrines that are dear to Christianity and our responsibilities as Christians now while we live our lives on this earth.

Paul’s letter to the Romans is considered by many to be the most significant theological document of the New Testament. Whether you preach, teach, or just love to study God’s Word, eventually you’ll find yourself immersed in this crucial epistle. Imagine the next time you turn to the book of Romans in your studies that you have a dozen commentaries open at the same time, each containing new discoveries, inspiration, and practical applications. That can become a reality with the Absolute Romans Commentary Bundle. This 12 volume library contains a variety of outstanding commentaries, each with its own unique exposition. This set can also help you sample some of our bigger commentary sets to see if you want the rest (ex: Butler Analytical, Pillar New Testament Commentary, New American Commentary, Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible, Preaching the Word Series, and more.)

Blog Posts You Might Have Missed This Week:

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