December 30, 2012

12 Day Book Giveaway - Day #12 - Biblical Studies

This is the final day of the giveaway and the last set of books from my library. These are all used but in generally readable condition. Some may contain underlining. I don't necessarily endorse the content in any of these books, but they have all been useful in one way or another.

How to Win

Fill out the form below to enter the drawing. Entries will be accepted until the end of the day today. I'll select one person at random to be the winner and they will receive all of the books listed for the day. If no one wants them they will be donated. The drawing is only open to US residents.

Day #12
The Bible is our charter and our guide as Christians, written as a testimony for us, inspired and sealed by the Spirit, and useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness. Today's books are centered around helping Christians study and apply God's Word. Take and read.

The MacArthur Study Bible (ESV)
"For years, the spiritual lives of countless men and women all over the world have been strengthened with the help of The MacArthur Study Bible. This all-in-one spiritual library contains Dr. MacArthur’s personal study notes below the full-length Bible text. Virtually every Scripture has a matching study note with detailed information, explanation, and helpful insight. The notes are based on Dr. MacArthur’s verse-by-verse approach to the Bible and nearly forty years of careful study. His goal is to let the Bible speak for itself—nothing more, nothing less."

Life Application from Every Chapter of the Bible by G. Campbell Morgan
"A chapter-by-chapter study of key life applications. 1169 developed thoughts that lift and personalize Bible study or spark creativity in sermon preparation. For each chapter of the Bible Morgan presents a brief exposition of one thought, rather than a developed sermon or a lesson outline. This book is pure gold for preachers and teachers, especially in passages that seem irrelevant or unedifying."

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