NRSV Wesley Study Bible Charcoal Bonded Leather

New Revised Standard Version
Author: Joel B. Green,William H. Willimon
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781501847554
Category: Bibles
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Love God with a warmed heart. Serve God with active hands. Lead an abundant life, grow as a faithful disciple, and find new avenues to serve. By studying the Wesley Study Bible you will share God's grace and find the good gifts God has for you. As God transforms you through study, you will be inspired to transform the world. Contributors from across the Wesleyan family join together to help you experience God in fresh ways. Special Features: Comprehensive study notes on NRSV text by over 50 biblical scholars Accessibly written life application and inspiration by over 50 key pastors Easy-to-understand explanations of core terms by over 60 Wesley experts, including: eternal life, forgiveness, grace, heaven, holiness, justice, and mission Extended reference to works by John Wesley 19 pages of full-color maps; cross references; and summary of each biblical book 7" x 9-/18" trim size with a 9.75 font Beautiful distressed bonded leather. PLEASE NOTE: The cover of this Bible is an uncoated distressed bonded leather. There will be variations in the material, so no two Bibles will be exactly alike.

The Welsey Study Bible


Author: Joel B. Green,William H. Willimon
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780687645039
Category: Bibles
Page: 1568
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Includes comprehensive study notes on the NRSV text by over 50 biblical scholars, accessibly written life application and inspiration by over 50 key pastors, easy-to-understand explanations of core terms by over 60 Wesley experts, extended reference to works by John Wesley, 19 pages of full-color maps, cross references and a summary of each biblical book.

Wesley Study Bible-Ceb


Author: Joel B. Green,William H. Willimon
Publisher: Common English Bible
ISBN: 9781609261979
Category: Bibles
Page: 1728
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Experience the depth of John Wesley's perspectives on scripture presented for the 21st-century disciple.

New Revised Standard Version Wesley Study Bible

Green/Brown Faux Leather Edition
Author: N.A
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 9781426735721
Category: Bibles
Page: N.A
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Love God with a warmed heart. Serve God with active hands. Lead an abundant life, grow as a faithful disciple, and find new avenues to serve. By studying the Wesley Study Bible you will share God’s grace and find the good gifts God has for you. As God transforms you through study, you will be inspired to transform the world. Contributors from across the Wesleyan family join together to help you experience God in fresh ways. Visit the website! View the sampler. Special Features: Comprehensive study notes on NRSV text by over 50 biblical scholars Accessibly written life application and inspiration by over 50 key pastors Easy-to-understand explanations of core terms by over 60 Wesley experts, including: eternal life, forgiveness, grace, heaven, holiness, justice, and mission Extended reference to works by John Wesley 19 pages of full-color maps; cross references; and summary of each biblical book 7" x 9-/18" trim size with a 9.75 font People in these churches will be especially interested in The Wesley Study Bible: African Methodist Episcopal Church African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Christian and Missionary Alliance Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Church of the Nazarene Church of God (Anderson) Free Methodist Church of North America The Salvation Army Wesleyan Church United Church of Canada The United Methodist Church General Editors: Joel B. Green is Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Fuller Theological Seminary. William H. Willimon is Resident Bishop of the Birmingham Area of The United Methodist Church.

NRSV Wesley Study Bible

Sage Thicket Decotone
Author: Joel B. Green,William H. Willimon
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781501881237
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Love God with a warmed heart. Serve God with active hands.

Reading Scripture as Wesleyans


Author: Joel Green
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 142670691X
Category: Religion
Page: 186
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Through Bible study, people hear God's voice, share in God's grace, and become more like Jesus Christ

This We Believe

The Core of Wesleyan Faith and Practice
Author: William H. Willimon
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426746032
Category: Religion
Page: 155
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For John Wesley, the Bible is the joyfully consistent testimony of God’s never-ending grace and ever-seeking love. Likewise, studying the Bible is more than merely knowing what Scripture says; it is also about living every day as a child of God. Beginning with the Core Terms found in The Wesley Study Bible, Bishop Willimon systematically lays out key Wesleyan tenets of faith so that you will have a fresh way to hear God’s voice, share in God’s grace, and become more like Jesus Christ. This book can be used as an eight-week, small-group study. A Leader Guide is also available order #9781426708237 Let this book be your trusted companion to The Wesley Study Bible as you grow to love God with a warmed heart and serve God with active hands.

Wesley One Volume Commentary


Author: Kenneth J. Collins,Robert W. Wall
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781501823916
Category: Religion
Page: 1200
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Fully explore scholarly, Wesleyan interpretation of scripture.

This We Believe Leader's Guide

The Core of Wesleyan Faith and Practice
Author: M. Kathryn Armistead,William H. Willimon
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426720211
Category: Religion
Page: 20
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Leader guide for eight-week small group study to help you deepen your understanding of United Methodist core beliefs. This We Believe: The Core of Wesleyan Faith and Practice by William H. Willimon For John Wesley, the Bible is the joyfully consistent testimony of God’s never-ending grace and ever-seeking love. Likewise, studying the Bible is more than merely knowing what Scripture says; it is also about living every day as a child of God. Beginning with the Core Terms found in The Wesley Study Bible, author Bishop William H. Willimon systematically lays out key Wesleyan tenets of faith so that you will have a fresh way to hear God’s voice, share in God’s grace, and become more like Jesus Christ. Let this book be your trusted companion to the NRSV version of The Wesley Study Bible as you grow to love God with a warmed heart and serve God with active hands. William H. Willimon is Presiding Bishop of the North Alabama Conference of The United Methodist Church, Birmingham, Alabama Area, and Visiting Research Professor, Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina. M. Kathryn Armistead, Ph.D., is an editor at Abingdon Press and a deacon in The United Methodist Church.

6 Amazing Bible Stories to Strangely Warm Our Hearts


Author: James W. Moore
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426731183
Category: Religion
Page: N.A
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In this 6-session study, Dr. Moore uses key scriptures that distinctively shape us as United Methodists. Each session also lifts up and uses core terms and life application topics taken from the Wesley Study Bible to help you grow as a faithful follower of Jesus as you practice your faith in everyday life. Study questions are included at the end of each chapter for private devotion or small group study.

Isaiah

A Ride in the Chariot
Author: Theodor B. Rath
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496969731
Category: Religion
Page: 268
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IsaiaH was one of the 16 radical or writing prophets who spoke to the people of Israel during a difficult time in their history. During this time, the people rebelled against God, experienced disorder in their society, and were often overpowered by their enemies. Occasionally, under the leadership of good kings, they experienced spiritual renewal, enjoyed prosperity, peace, and tranquility. The book of Isaiah has 66 chapters. Traditionally, many people have believed that Isaiah was the sole author of the book. However, in the last couple of centuries, biblical scholars have determined that other unidentified writers were also involved in the writing of this book. Several major events, described in the book itself, took place over a period of 300 years or more. This is true for the period of time that transpired between chapters 39 and 40. The overarching theme of the book is salvation. Other themes include judgment, punishment, captivity, the fall of the nation, comfort, hope, holiness, and salvation through a coming redeemer. While the first 39 chapters deal primarily with messages of judgment and a call to repentance, the last 27 chapters are messages of forgiveness and hope. The book is divided into three parts. Chapters 139, called Proto-Isaiah, emphasized divine sovereignty and holiness, urging radical trust and faithfulness to the Lord, announcing judgment on sinful practices and failure to trust, and envisioning Gods eventual redemption of Israel in visionary and messianic terms. Proto-Isaiah generally is known as First Isaiah. Chapters 4055 reflect the spirit of a new day, a time when God gave new challenges to the people. God is declared as the Creator, Redeemer, Lord, and Sovereign over all creation and all people. God would redeem people from all nations who sought the Lord. God would give a mission to all servants, who, through their endeavors, suffering, or other hardships, labored diligently to bring a message of redemption to the world. Included also are specific messages promising the release of the exiles from captivity in Babylon. This section of the book is called Deutero-Isaiah or Second Isaiah. Chapters 5666, known as Trito-Isaiah or Third Isaiah, reflect conditions after the return of the exiles (538515 BCE) to rebuild Jerusalem and the difficult and political challenges of that generation. While Isaiah does not mention the return of the exiles or the rebuilding of the temple, that story is found in the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. Also in this section, Isaiah focuses on events that will come to pass in the future.

Walking Together Through Life

A Livingston Family Memoirs
Author: G. Herbert Livingston
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1463412827
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 292
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I am ninety- four years of age, and I have begun looking back over seventy-four years of being an ordained minister. I decided I should write a testimony of what God has done in the combined lives of my wife Maria and myself. We were married for almost seventy-two years when she died in 2009. This volume has the history of a long successful marriage. At the beginning if the Great Depression, both of our parents lost control of their farms and had to depend on the government for income. Both of us were penniless farm teenagers. Taking a clue from the Scriptures that often refers to the experiences of life as a walk; we have used that term for our life together. We started lives in the valley of poverty and moved uphill from one achievement to another. This book is the story of that journey. The main part of this book is a record of being a minister, a professor and over two decades of retirement. Without the expert assistance and encouragement of Maria, this goal would not have happened.

The CEB Study Bible

Common English Bible, Brown / Tan Wave DecoTone
Author: Common English Bible
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781609260408
Category: Bibles
Page: 2201
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The CEB Study Bible gives you the tools, illustrations, and explanations necessary for making informed decisions about the meaning of the Bible. The notes in this study Bible don't tell you what to believe. Instead, they give you the context for what the books of the Bible meant to their earliest readers and what the Bible means right now. The CEB Study Bible is for encouragement and challenge, for guidance and reflection, for study and prayer: The reliable, readable, and relevant Common English Bible translation in a single-column setting Detailed book introductions, outlines, and notes from the finest biblical studies professors Full-color throughout, including more than 200 illustrations, photographs, maps, and charts Hundreds of thousands of cross references More than 300 indexed sidebar and general articles 21 full-color maps designed by National Geographic and fully indexed

Die neue Schöpfung

John Wesleys Theologie heute
Author: Theodore Runyon
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 9783525567159
Category: History
Page: 268
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Simple Rules for Money

John Wesley on Earning, Saving, and Giving
Author: James A. Harnish
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426727224
Category: Religion
Page: 79
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What would it take for you to make a radical change in the way you earn, save, and spend your money? On a deeper level, what would be required for us to experience a fundamental shift in the relationship between our faith and our finances? - From the Introduction Faith and finances—these two areas of our lives sometimes seem poles apart. And yet, shouldn’t our finances be shaped by our faith? Guided by the Bible and the timeless wisdom of John Wesley, popular author James A. Harnish challenges Christians to face the issue of money head-on, with God’s help. Ideal for individual or group use, this book’s contents include: When Crisis Forces Change Gain All You Can: A New Opportunity Save All You Can: The New Frugality Give All You Can: A New Generosity