Weekly Free Book – A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download is A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation with Study Guide by Don Jones.

A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation traces a journey through the vision John records in the Bible’s last book. Along the way, questions about this world’s end, God’s judgment of all people, and His promises of new life in the kingdom find their answers in Revelation’s visions of drama, worship, and the apocalypse.

Author Don E. Jones brings more than five decades of experience in preaching and teaching the Bible to his commentary, presenting a close reading of the biblical text, the insights of noted Bible scholars, and the answers to questions that often arise when individuals encounter the world of Revelation. This guide describes the overarching narrative of Revelation as a seven-act drama.

If you wonder how to make sense of Revelation, find yourself puzzled by its strange imagery, or seek answers to the ultimate questions of life, then A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation can guide you through the pages of John’s vision. It takes your searching questions and God’s answers seriously, giving both attention in light of the cosmic drama John shares with Christians of all ages.

You can find the free book here.

Thousands of Sermon Outlines Accessible by Topic, Scripture Text, and Author

Golden Nuggets is a bundle of 59 volumes of outstanding sermon outlines covering thousands of topics. Back in the 1960s, evangelist and editor Maze Jackson began collecting and publishing the best sermon outlines he could find. This collection, originally published as a part of The Preacher’s Goldmine, grew to 59 volumes and was quite popular among preachers and Bible teachers. Sadly, Jackson died in 1996, and Golden Nuggets seemed to fade away. These books are hard to find, but we managed to find all 59 volumes of Golden Nuggets and meticulously formatted each volume for use in Wordsearch Bible. Now this magnificent set is ready to serve you and your ministry.

More Sermons & Lessons Than You Could Preach in a Lifetime

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Read More – The Biblical Illustrator

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Without question The Biblical Illustrator comprises the greatest amount of biblical exposition ever assembled. It contains sermons, outlines, quotations, anecdotes, similes, emblems, and illustrations. Originally published in 1887, The Biblical Illustrator is one of the most robust commentaries ever published, covering every chapter and verse of the Word of God by some of the best preachers and teachers of the 19th century.

These contributors include Charles Spurgeon, D. L. Moody, Alexander MacLaren, Matthew Henry, Adam Clark, John Wesley, Joseph Parker, J.C. Ryle, and hundreds of others.

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Weekly Free Book – He That Is Spiritual

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download is He That Is Spiritual by Lewis Sperry Chafer.

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Massive Sale on Study Helps Materials!

A variety of bundles are now on sale from our Study Helps category. Use these resources with your upcoming fall sermon series or working your way through school.

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New volume added to the Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament!

The name Paideia (pronounced “Pie-Day-Ah”) is an appropriate title for this 14-volume commentary. Paideia is a Greek word and concept that was highly regarded in ancient times. It refers to the proper tutoring shared between a master and student. Paideia appears several times in the New Testament, such as in 2 Timothy 3:16: “Every scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for showing mistakes, for correcting, and for training character.” This excellent commentary does exactly that.

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