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A Study of 1 Corinthians from The MacArthur Study Bible
Editor’s Note: John MacArthur is one of the most respected pastors and authors in America today. The MacArthur Study Bible in the KJV was a project that he called “The most monumental project of my life.” The original KJV version has been translated and read all over the world. Now, The MacArthur study Bible has been […]

Putting the Planets Where They Belong - #6963
We come out of the darkness when we realize and we never compromise the final centrality of the Bible in our personal universe, and when we put the planets of all those other ideas where they belong - in orbit around the sun of the Word of God.

Your Surprising Platform - #6957
What you think is disaster today might be making you a place from which you can share Jesus with someone, and they'll listen because of what you've been through. That could be your surprising platform to change someone's eternal address.

Boundary Breaker | Christian History Institute
Paul of Tarsus crossed all types of barriers to gain followers for Jesus of Nazareth. From Christian History magazine.

Paul Triumphs in Prison
Account of Paul who triumphed over adversity in his imprisonment. From Captive Faith, a production of Christian History Institute.

1 & 2 Thessalonians LifeGuide Bible Study
At times every Christian feels anxious or insecure about life--and about faith. The Thessalonians asked many of the questions you ask today, and Paul's letters helped them find assurance. In these studies on 1 & 2 Thessalonians, Donald Baker shows how Paul's answers can help you to be certain too.

Romans LifeGuide Bible Study
Sometimes our worship loses its passion. Our prayer life becomes stagnant. We forget why we are serving God. And slowly, subtly, the world's ways become our ways. The New Testament book of Romans addresses these problems, showing us how we can break out of old patterns and become new in Christ.

Paul LifeGuide Bible Study
The apostle Paul led a dramatic and fascinating life from his conversion on the road to Damascus to his imprisonments to his speeches in the public square. His letters shaped the believers in the early church just as they do today. In this study guide by Jack Kuhatschek we will survey both the highlights of his life and the core teachings in his writings.

What must I do to be saved? - a Christian perspective
After their release from prison, Paul and Silas didn't immediately flee. Rather, they stayed to talk to the jailer about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He memorably asked "What must I do to be saved?" to which they replied that faith in Jesus Christ was what was needed.

Open the eyes in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Paul is related to King Agrippa his experience on the road to Damascus in this passage. He quotes Jesus in these verses who told him to go to the Gentiles and open their eyes to the light of God.