The Miracles of Jesus Christ and His Apostles in the Bible

Author: Alfred Cherubim

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973663027

Category: Religion

Page: 108

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God the Father sent his only begotten Son, Jesus, to this world to reach out to his people who got lost. Father God gave his Son the power to perform miracles to prove that Jesus Christ is the Redeemer sent by him. While in this world, Jesus performed mighty miracles to prove his sonship of God the Father. In turn, Jesus sent his disciples with the power of the Holy Spirit to perform miracles, all of which are clearly given in the four Gospels and in the Acts of the Apostles. This book is to encourage people to reach out to God through his Son, Jesus Christ, so they can see the same and even more miracles happen in their lives, to accept Jesus as their personal Savior to lead a holy life, and to receive eternal life.
They Never Told Me This in Church!

Author: Greg S. Deuble

Publisher: Restoration Fellowship

ISBN: 9780967324951

Category: Religion

Page: 430

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There is a consensus among many New Testament scholars that much of what the historical Jesus and his apostles taught has been submerged by an influx of post-biblical tradition. Subtle foreign influences have obscured the original Gospel as Jesus preached it. This book will inspire and challenge all who claim devotion to Jesus, and many who are searching for the meaning of his role in history. Read the Bible with new eyes! Original.
The Gospel According to the Apostles

Author: John F. MacArthur

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781418508098

Category: Religion

Page: 297

View: 727

The apostles understood the Gospel as they learned from and personally lived alongside Jesus, and these lessons became the heart of their message to an unsaved world. But what does their perspective mean for modern Christians, and how can we read the Bible through their unique lens today? Following the release of his bestselling book The Gospel According to Jesus, Dr. MacArthur noticed that Christians were looking for practical advice, spiritual counsel, and accessible explanations of the Bible. And, most of all, they wanted help understanding their experiences within Christianity. Dr. MacArthur realized that by examining scripture from the perspective of the apostles themselves, even more Christians could come to know the Gospel as Jesus' earliest followers did. In his characteristic compelling style, Dr. MacArthur examines some of the key passages from the Epistles and Acts that reveal how the apostles first shared the gospel and how they unfolded the truths of salvation to the early church. Dr. MacArthur doesn't shy away from answering some of the difficult questions that he's been asked over the years, including: What is cheap grace? Have some Christians adopted a "no-lordship" theology? What must a person do to be considered righteous by God? How should we call people to faith? Do our works have any effect on our salvation? The Gospel According to the Apostles is a book for every Christian who wants to experience, understand, and fall in love with the same gospel that Jesus preached.
The Seamless Bible

Author: Carol Mersch

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 9780768492859

Category: Bibles

Page: 575

View: 159

At Last, The Story of Christ and His Apostles Told as it was LIVED. The Seamless Bible breathes new life into the New Testament to impact the lives of yet another generation of believers. This timeless story has been reorganized to follow the events of Jesus and His followers as they were experienced. The Seamless Bible presents these chronicles of the original translation for the first time ever in a seamless chronological order as they happened. Adapted from the King James Version, the fabric of the Gospel has been rewoven into an easy-to-read narrative that presents the story of Christ and His Apostles in sequential order to provide new insights about His life and times. Words that may have obscured the simple power, beauty, and truth of Jesus life and teachings have also been updated to contemporary language. The result of nearly thirty years of effort is a remarkable resource that adds new structure and understanding to the journey of Christ from birth to death and resurrection - and the lives of the Apostles who continued His quest.
All You Need to Believe

Author: C. Donald Cole

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 1575676435

Category: Religion

Page: 210

View: 682

What do you believe? With the vast array of religions and beliefs that have surfaced in the world today, how can Christians be sure of what we believe? And how can we know that what we believe about our God truly meets the biblical standard?What do we need to believe? From his vast knowledge of the Scriptures and his experience as a missionary, Pastor Donald Cole shares the simple yet profound truths of the gospel through the Apostles' Creed. He touches on every facet of the Creed, referencing the biblical texts that support them. While there are some things about God and His ways that shall remain veiled until we reach heaven, the Bible is very clear about many things, including the person and work of Jesus Christ. Learn All You Need to Believe from the Apostles' Creed through the excellent teaching of pastor Donald Cole.
Lessons from the Apostles

Author: Glen A. Blanscet

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781664226500

Category: Religion

Page: 210

View: 939

We often think of the apostles as spiritual giants—men who were uniquely qualified to walk with Jesus and carry on His mission to the world. But the reality is they stand out more for their lack of qualifications. They were not trained religious scholars; they often misunderstood what Jesus told them; and sometimes they simply failed to live up to Jesus’s expectations. Not only did they lack qualifications, but they also encountered many of the same fears and issues we experience. They struggled with doubts, cowardice, ambition, faithlessness, pessimism, and greed. In other words, the apostles were people just like us. Yet, Jesus chose them to change the world. And they did. Lessons from the Apostles describes the struggles and personalities of these ordinary men, reveals the transformation Jesus made in their lives, and identifies specific lessons you can apply in your own life. You will also find brief accounts of the stories and legends regarding what happened to the apostles after the Bible. As you read about each of these men, you will likely recognize your own personality in one or more of them. And you will find encouragement from knowing that you too are the type of person God can use to change the world
The Prophets' and Apostles' Doctrine

Author: Woodrow Alexander

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452034225

Category: Religion

Page: 342

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Here are 8 bible study topics presented in plan and simple language without any need to have a degree in theology to understand. Plenty of scriptures are included within the text of the study so that all you need is this handy book to study God's word anytime, anywhere. TOPICS COVERED IN THIS BOOK 1. Scattered And Divided - An explanation of how the world got populated and where the different races originated? 2. God's Plan Is Eternal - God's sovereignty over all of His creation. Plus an explanation of God's salvation plan. 3. Spiritual Seed/Kingdom - God's places more emphasis on the spiritual more than the physical. 4. The Ram That Became The Lamb - An examination of the nature and character of God. 5. Baptized In The Lord - Baptism explained, the physical and spiritual applications. 6. Our Blessed Hope - Death and resurrection explained. 7. Secret Rapture - The Second Coming of the Lord and surrounding events. 8. To Be Like Him - An examination of Christian life in comparison to the life and teachings of Jesus. This book covers only a few of the doctrines presented by the Prophets and Apostles to the early Christian Church. Church leaders today have neglected to teach some of these doctrines and untruths have crept into others. When you throw out those unsubstantiated truths you end up with what the prophets and apostles taught.
All the Apostles of the Bible

Author: Herbert Lockyer

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310280117

Category: Religion

Page: 284

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Examines the biblical record to provide facts about the lives of the twelve apostles, proving information about each apostle's family, character, personality, ministry, and the unique aspect of his service to God.
What Christ Did For Women

Author: Robyn Power Georges

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781453590447

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 338

View: 760

In spite of women tele-evangelists now on satellite TV, the average woman in the average Christian Church is still unsure of her identity in Christ. She hears statements like, "God will use a woman in leadership if there is no man to do the job" and feels like a second class citizen. Is God's preference in leadership really based on sexual gender? Is a woman really inferior in God's eyes? Is she really forbidden to teach and preach before men just because she is a woman? What Christ Did For Women (This Includes You, Gentlemen) takes a provocative, but soundly scriptural look at the extent of Christ's deliverance of women. This book examines the full personhood of woman that Christ and His Apostles fought for, but which is still largely unseen even in the Church that claims His leadership.