Just Released: POSB PSALMS – Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible Sale

psalmsvol1Here’s some wonderful news! WORDsearch has just released PSALMS - Volume 1 from our best-selling commentary of all time, The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible. If you’ve been collecting the volumes in this breakthrough set, you know that the Psalms are the only remaining books to be released. This is the first of 3 volumes on the Psalms and it covers Psalms 1-41. POSB volumes are regularly $28.95, but, for a limited time, this new release is on sale for just $19.95. In fact, we’ve currently put all POSB volumes on sale for just $19.95 each. Click here to order Psalms or any other volume in this series. Or, call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6947.

The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want

Wait until you see the beautiful outline and supporting study materials for the beloved 23rd Psalm. It’s no wonder The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible is the world’s #1 sermon outline tool, with over 1 million copies in print. Only the POSB gives you detailed sermon outlines for every Bible passage with outlined sub-points, supporting Scripture, commentary and practical applications. It has become a favorite for not only preachers, but students and Bible teachers too.

If you haven’t tried the POSB yet, Psalms is a great place to start

Try just one volume of The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible and you’ll see for yourself. It will lift your study of God’s Word to a new level, and everything you discover is assembled in a way that makes it easy to preach, teach or share with others.

WORDsearch makes it even better!

You will quickly discover that WORDsearch makes The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible far more useful and valuable than owning the printed edition. Any time you are studying a passage of Scripture, WORDsearch can instantly assemble the exact information you want from these volumes, making it easy to create sermons and lessons.

All POSB sets are on sale now

In addition to each volume being on sale for just $19.95, you’ll also find our complete New Testament set, our current Old Testament set, or both are on sale too. I hope you’ll take advantage of this introductory sale price and add volumes of The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible to your digital library today. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I have or I’ll be happy to refund your purchase. Just click here. If you prefer to order by phone, call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6947.

In His Service,

Jim Baird
3006 Longhorn Blvd #110
Austin, TX 78758

P.S. - Ask about a POSB Mini-Bundle. If your set of The Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bibleis missing more than one volume, call us and ask about a “Mini-Bundle.” We’ll top off your set and make you a great deal. Just call 1-800-888-9898.

3 New Vols. Complete John Butler’s Bible Commentary – Sale!

analytical_bib_expHere’s some wonderful news: John Butler has just completed his highly acclaimed commentary set, The Analytical Bible Expositor. The final 3 volumes to complete this set were just released today:

If you’ve been collecting volumes in this Butler commentary, for a limited time each of these new volumes are on sale for just 12.95 each (Reg. $24.95). In fact, every volume in TheAnalytical Bible Expositor is currently on sale for just $12.95. We’ve also put the entire 20-vol. set on sale for just $179.95, or call us to arrange 3 easy payment of $60Click here for details. You can also view a short demo-video. Or, call us at 1-800-888-9898 (mention special offer 6846).

The Analytical Bible Expositor - Loved by Preachers, Teachers & Students

If you’re familiar with the work of John G. Butler, you know he is the master of alliteration.Butler alliterates everything. Even his tables of contents are alliterated! Butler’s Analytical Bible Expositor takes each book of the Bible, one chapter at a time, and distills each passage into outlined, essential lessons that are ideal for preaching and teaching. And, of course, it’s all beautifully alliterated. Read just one page of Butler’s commentary and you’ll literally hear your own voice sharing it with others.

FOR EXAMPLE, Butler divides the prodigal son story into eight parts:

  • The Demand of the Son
  • The Departure of the Son
  • The Degradation of the Son
  • The Destitution of the Son
  • The Deliberations of the Son
  • The Deliverance of the Son
  • The Delight in the Son
  • The Disgruntlement about the Son

See what I mean? Plus, you’ll find Butler will further break down each lesson, all the while analyzing, outlining and digging deeper truths from the text with alliteration that reads like poetry.

The Entire Bible Is Now Complete!

With the completion of these final 3 volumes, The Analytical Bible Expositor commentary now covers every book of your Old and New Testament Bible. Each of the 20 volumes is available individually and on sale for a limited time for $12.95 a book. Or, you can really save by taking the Analytical Bible Expositor Bundle for just $179.95.

For complete details on any book, just click here. You’ll find samples of this work and even a short demonstration video. Or, call us to build a custom bundle of just the books you need. Call 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6846.

“I would be thrilled to express my gratitude for Bro. Butler’s work. He is Scriptural, Simple, and Succinct in all his books. His expositions have excellence of truth and express thoughtful consideration of the text. Most of all they are as practical as they are powerful. If you are unable to use Bro. Butler’s materials, you need to go back to your prayer closet and repent of your hardheartedness.”
- Don Smith, Pastor of Algoma Baptist Church, Algoma Mississippi

“John Butler has a God-given talent for Scripture outlining and alliteration. His clear writing style and ability to uncover biblicaltruth is superb. Every page is literally packed with illustrations that are easy to teach and preach.”
- Terry Van Someren, Publisher of The Complete Biblical Library

Weekly Devotional – The Depth of His Sorrows

SMED“My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” Psalm 22:1

We here behold the Saviour in the depth of His sorrows. No other place so well shows the griefs of Christ as Calvary, and no other moment at Calvary is so full of agony as that in which His cry rends the air—”My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” At this moment physical weakness was united with acute mental torture from the shame and ignominy through which He had to pass; and to make His grief culminate with emphasis, He suffered spiritual agony surpassing all expression, resulting from the departure of His Father’s presence. This was the black midnight of His horror; then it was that He descended the abyss of suffering. No man can enter into the full meaning of these words. Some of us think at times that we could cry, “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” There are seasons when the brightness of our Father’s smile is eclipsed by clouds and darkness; but let us remember that God never does really forsake us. It is only a seeming forsaking with us, but in Christ’s case it was a real forsaking. We grieve at a little withdrawal of our Father’s love; but the real turning away of God’s face from His Son, who shall calculate how deep the agony which it caused Him?

In our case, our cry is often dictated by unbelief: in His case, it was the utterance of a dreadful fact, for God had really turned away from Him for a season. O thou poor, distressed soul, who once lived in the sunshine of God’s face, but art now in darkness, remember that He has not really forsaken thee. God in the clouds is as much our God as when He shines forth in all the lustre of His grace; but since even the thought that He has forsaken us gives us agony, what must the woe of the Saviour have been when He exclaimed, “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”
Excerpt from Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon.