Hebrews 1

3 Notebook: The Son is the Radiance of God's Glory and the Exact Representation of His Being, Sustaining All Things by His Powerful Word. After He Had Provided Purification for Sins, He Sat Down at the Right Hand: Hebrews 1:3 Notebook

Author: Creacom Hebrews Notebooks




Page: 112

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This Hebrews 1 3 Bible Verse Notebook / Journal (New International Version) makes an excellent Birthday, School, Graduation or Christmas gift for any Christian and Bible Verse Lover. It is 7x10 inches and has 109 blank pages.

Recalling the Hope of Glory

Biblical Worship from the Garden to the New Creation

Author: Allen P. Ross

Publisher: Kregel Academic


Category: Religion

Page: 591

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Moving beyond worship wars over style and denominational proclivities, this book considers all the major biblical passages about worship. Regardless of their denomination, pastors, worship leaders, and laypeople interested in the biblical themes of worship will benefit from this definitive resource.

A Walk with God

Come and See a Devotional for Those Who Are Seeking Truth

Author: John Marceau

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 316

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A Walk with God is a series of devotions written as a result of personal testing and growth with the intent to draw one into a deeper relationship with our Master. Each devotion is a guide through the Word of God and is intended to cause a deeper desire to delve into the knowledge of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Just a Glimpse

Author: Harrison S. Mungal

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 133

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When a missionary becomes a victim of depression -author Harrison Mungal suffered from depression as a result of the death of his co-worker and friend, while living in Croatia for two years. It came as a serious blow to the mind, and he found it difficult to cope. Harrison is a man of passion who enjoys supporting individuals who may be in distress, however when his time came, he almost fell apart. For over one year he refused to draw from his source of strength, as he felt his source of strength was responsible. He had a pain no medicine in the world could cure. The battle between grief and depression struck him down. He became like the walls of Jericho and began to crumble. He returned back to Canada from Croatia and began to fight a different type of war. A war between himself and depression; after a period of time, he went back to his source of strength and was taken into a spiritual journey which brought him out of his predicament. He had a glimpse of power which transformed his life to support those who are suffering with the same or similar issues. Life is like a vapour, one minute you see it and another minute its gone. This book tells the story of a heart that was broken as a result of the death of a friend. The author shares about the strength of a wife and the power of belief. The book gives the reader hope that is built on ones spirituality. Just A Glimpse.. will change your life for a lifetime, expresses the importance of hope. A glimpse of hope brings strength and strength will transform a life to live. The depth of hope is explored which brought victory. "As we capture a glimpse, we will develop a desire to become witnesses, knowing that God is able to do the impossible.

I Know His Name

Discovering Power in the Names of God

Author: Wendy Blight

Publisher: Thomas Nelson


Category: Religion

Page: 272

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In this five-session Bible study (DVD/digital video sold separately), Wendy Blight implements her practical and approachable style to equip readers to study the Word of God and then apply it to their own lives in practical ways. This study is for any woman who wants to move beyond simply knowing about God to really knowing God in a very personal way. Join Wendy as she teaches how the very names of God reveal His character and heart. This study will help women to: Realize their infinite worth as they explore the nature of the God who created and formed them. Live with bold assurance that their God is a personal God who sees them, hears them, and knows them by name. Walk confidently in knowing both who they are and Whose they are. Arm themselves with seven tools to pray more confidently and effectively in any situation or circumstance. Transform their walk with Jesus as they discover how He fulfills the Old Testament names of God. This book includes biblical and historical background insights, practical application, and a memory verse for each chapter. The study may be completed individually or with a small group. Chapters include: Elohim: The One Who Created You El Roi: The One Who Sees You Jehovah Nissi: The One Who Stands Guard Over You Jehovah Rapha: The One Who Heals You More Magnificent Names Designed for use with I Know His Name Video Study 9780310089018 (sold separately). Inscribed is a collection of Bible studies that lead women to not just survive but thrive by encouraging them to immerse themselves in the Word of God.

Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary

Author: J. D. Douglas

Publisher: Zondervan


Category: Religion

Page: 1584

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The Zondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary provides a visually stimulating journey for anyone interested in learning more about the world of the Bible. Through the articles, sidebars, charts, maps, and full-color images included in this volume, the text of the Old and New Testaments will come alive for you as never before. As a condensation of the Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, the information contained within this reference work is solid and biblically sound. The material is based completely on the NIV and cross-referenced to the King James Version, and it contains over 7,200 entries, 500 four-color photographs, charts, and illustrations, 75 four-color maps, and a Scripture index ... making this wonderful Bible study resource a must-have whether you’re a general reader of the Bible, a pastor, or a student.

The Epistle to the Hebrews

Author: Gareth Lee Cockerill

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 742

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This commentary by Gareth Lee Cockerill offers fresh insight into the Epistle to the Hebrews, a well-constructed sermon that encourages its hearers to persevere despite persecution and hardships in light of Christ's unique sufficiency as Savior. Cockerill analyzes the book's rhetorical, chiastic shape and interprets each passage in light of this overarching structure. He also offers a new analysis of the epistle's use of the Old Testament -- continuity and fulfillment rather than continuity and discontinuity -- and shows how this consistent usage is relevant for contemporary biblical interpretation. Written in a clear, engaging, and accessible style, this commentary will benefit pastors, laypeople, students, and scholars alike.

To the Praise of His Glory

Author: Lynnda Ell

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 278

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To the Praise of His Glory gives voice to our hearts' impulses to praise God in our prayers. When Joshua wanted to remind everyone of events in which God displayed His glory, he erected a mound of rocks. In a like manner, psalms serve as "rocks of remembrance" to the steadfast love of God. If your prayers have focused more on personal crises, natural disasters, or fear of the future, join Lynnda Ell as she shapes prayers of praise from the Psalms. As you pray with her, remember the many ways God shows you His love. Use to the Praise of His Glory to * devote time each day focusing on who God is * reflect on God's control of events * discover a path out of discouragement or depression * remember times when God carried you through * write your own prayers of praise and rejoicing

The Monstrosity of Christ

Paradox or Dialectic?

Author: Slavoj Žižek

Publisher: MIT Press


Category: Philosophy

Page: 320

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A militant Marxist atheist and a “Radical Orthodox” Christian theologian square off on everything from the meaning of theology and Christ to the war machine of corporate mafia. “What matters is not so much that Žižek is endorsing a demythologized, disenchanted Christianity without transcendence, as that he is offering in the end (despite what he sometimes claims) a heterodox version of Christian belief.”—John Milbank “To put it even more bluntly, my claim is that it is Milbank who is effectively guilty of heterodoxy, ultimately of a regression to paganism: in my atheism, I am more Christian than Milbank.”—Slavoj Žižek In this corner, philosopher Slavoj Žižek, a militant atheist who represents the critical-materialist stance against religion's illusions; in the other corner, “Radical Orthodox” theologian John Milbank, an influential and provocative thinker who argues that theology is the only foundation upon which knowledge, politics, and ethics can stand. In The Monstrosity of Christ, Žižek and Milbank go head to head for three rounds, employing an impressive arsenal of moves to advance their positions and press their respective advantages. By the closing bell, they have not only proven themselves worthy adversaries, they have shown that faith and reason are not simply and intractably opposed. Žižek has long been interested in the emancipatory potential offered by Christian theology. And Milbank, seeing global capitalism as the new century's greatest ethical challenge, has pushed his own ontology in more political and materialist directions. Their debate in The Monstrosity of Christ concerns the future of religion, secularity, and political hope in light of a monsterful event—God becoming human. For the first time since Žižek's turn toward theology, we have a true debate between an atheist and a theologian about the very meaning of theology, Christ, the Church, the Holy Ghost, Universality, and the foundations of logic. The result goes far beyond the popularized atheist/theist point/counterpoint of recent books by Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, and others. Žižek begins, and Milbank answers, countering dialectics with “paradox.” The debate centers on the nature of and relation between paradox and parallax, between analogy and dialectics, between transcendent glory and liberation. Slavoj Žižek is a philosopher and cultural critic. He has published over thirty books, including Looking Awry, The Puppet and the Dwarf, and The Parallax View (these three published by the MIT Press). John Milbank is an influential Christian theologian and the author of Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason and other books. Creston Davis, who conceived of this encounter, studied under both Žižek and Milbank.