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Print on Demand title. We do not have this title in stock but it will be printed and dispatched to you within 7-10 working days. The primary intention of this book is that it may be used to encourage the daily reading of scripture – an operation of vital importance to us all. In that daily reading there is available for us ‘the sincere milk of the word’ whereby, as children of God, ‘we may grow’.
It is recorded in the book of Nehemiah that, ‘day by day, from the first day until the last day, he [Ezra] read in the book of the law of God’, Neh. 8. 18. This interest in and study of the word of God was the basis of the people’s gladness, blessing, and revival.
This volume, like others in the series, encourages the daily reading and meditation upon the scriptures. However, as the title suggests, it focuses on a significant scripture question, that is, a question actually asked in the Bible, providing an exposition with application.
The Day by Day series seeks to promote daily meditation in the word of God. The original volume Day by Day through the New Testament was published in 1979, and in this fifteenth volume we revisit this most important portion of scripture.
Print on Demand title. We do not have this title in stock but it will be printed and dispatched to you within 7-10 working days. This volume, like others in the series, encourages the daily reading and meditation upon the scriptures. However, its theme is to consider those portions that give us pictures or glimpses of the coming Lord and Saviour – foreshadowings of Christ.
These daily meditations cover the historical books of the Old Testament from Joshua to 2 Chronicles. Israel’s occupancy of the Promised Land began well, and had golden days of success during the reigns of David and Solomon, but is largely a tragic account of disobedience to the Lord, their covenant God,
It is good for every Christian to spend moments with the Master, and this addition to our Day by Day series enables all believers to meditate daily upon their Lord and Saviour. Twenty-two different writers, drawn from Canada, Germany, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales,
This title is currently unavailable. We anticipate that new copies will be available again in late April. The Old Testament was the Bible used by our Lord when He was here; it was also the Bible of the early church as it spread the gospel of the grace of God across the Near East. This Day by Day provides selected readings to promote a wider reading.
Print on Demand title. We do not have this title in stock but it will be printed and dispatched to you within 7-10 working days. No one could read through the New Testament without appreciating how much of it is built upon and develops types and principles that are first revealed in the Old.
In life we accept that there are certain elements that are essential to our physical survival, such as breathing, eating and drinking, taking exercise, resting. These are the basic necessities of life, and deprivation of any one of them must lead to a deterioration in the quality, or even loss, of life.
Print on Demand title. We do not have this title in stock but it will be printed and dispatched to you within 7-10 working days. This book will help the reader capture some of the beauties contained in the Psalter. It is not a straight-through, systematic reading of the Psalms, but an unfolding of some of the major themes contained therein.
There is no better activity for the Christian than to prayerfully meditate on the Bible, the living word of God. The Gospels demonstrate clearly that the mind of the Lord Jesus was saturated with scripture, and that it was His comfort and encouragement at every stage of His pathway on earth.
The subject of this lovely letter is the Church which is His body, that is, the Church of which every blood-bought saint is a member. It is the Church dispensational; it began on the day of Pentecost and was formed by the Holy Spirit as believers were linked to a risen Lord who is the head of the Church.
It was no easy position in which Ezekiel found himself. For him, as Jeremiah the weeping prophet who animated him, the general low conditions were heart-breaking. The prophet observed a people departing from Jehovah, divided among themselves, yet fanatically following a decayed ritual.