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Did you know that God has already been married? And that He’s now divorced?
And do you realize that our present engagement and future marriage to Christ follows, almost exactly, the pattern of an ancient Hebrew wedding?
In this ground-breaking little book, author and Bible teacher, Stephen Smith, gives an unique insight into the real relationship between the Old and New Testaments – presenting them as two marriage covenants, made firstly between Yahweh and Israel and then between Christ and his Church.
But be prepared for the unexpected! Take this fascinating journey into an area of little-known Bible truth with one guarantee: you’ll never see the Bible in quite the same light again!
When you discover the grand plan that God has been working towards from before the dawn of time, you’ll come to understand why the Israelites were enslaved in Egypt, why the ten commandments were given on Mount Sinai, what Christ really did on the cross, how the Church actually began and what the Holy Spirit is really here on earth to do!
The Bible: The Big Picture is a resource for students, fledgling churches or individuals wanting to have an overview of what the Bible is about. It does not seek to replace the individual study of Biblical doctrines or even history but more as an encouragement to do so.
In essence, the book started off as a chronology of events within the Old Testament but that led to what could be regarded as a timeline related to the ‘people of God’ and how God’s promises were and still are linked to the nation or individual’s responsibilities.
There is a précis for each book of the Bible and a one-line statement for each chapter within each book together with an Appendix giving details of various related places and journeys.
The closing parts of the book deal mainly with the growth of the early Christian church up until the time of Constantine in 325 AD and cover the opposition from without ‘persecution’ and also from within ‘heresy’.
The Bible: The Big Picture is not interspersed with references to chapters and verses since the idea was to assume that the reader might well doubt the veracity of the Bible and hence not value proof from within the Bible. Hopefully, the result is something that is easy to read and interesting enough to generate further investigation.
In this grab bag, we have 9 e-books from the Little Black Books Series which were published by Matthis Media. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each e-book cover.[table “4586” not found /]
In this grab bag, we have 61 e-books from Zondervan. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.[table “4348” not found /]