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For today only you can get Vincent’s Word Studies FREE for The Bible Study App!
Vincent’s Word Studies combine a verse-by-verse commentary and Greek lexicon in a clear, coherent format. This valuable resource brings out the richness and fullness of the precise Greek meaning, grammatical structure, history, derivation, and usage in a way that is accessible to the average English reader. For both sermons and personal study, Christians over the years have treasured Vincent’s Word Studies for its ability to communicate the riches of the New Testament.
Vincent’s Word Studies provides transliterated Greek and Hebrew words linked to the appropriate Strong’s Dictionary entry.
Look for it in-app or go HERE for download instructions.
Don’t miss this weeks sale on other Greek and Hebrew resources HERE!
This week for Free Resource Friday we highlight John Piper’s Biographies Collection for use within The Bible Study App.
John Piper, the well known preacher, has given short sermons on the lives of a number of saints at an annual conference for pastors. These sermons are now available for you to read free of charge. Get to know the lives of saints through all time, from Augustine to Spurgeon, as only John Piper can tell their stories. Each biography can be read in a short sitting, and gives you a concise picture of each man of God.
To see the list of biographies included and for download instructions go HERE.
This title can also be found on The Bible Study App’s in-app store on your device.
George Washington was a man of noble character. He is remembered by many as a warrior, patriot and the first president of the United States of America. His relationship with his God undoubtedly played a big part in making him the man he was. In 1891 a manuscript of some of his favorite prayers, written in his own hand, was sold at auction. It is not known if young George (who was twenty years old at the time) authored these prayers or copied them from another source. They were eventually published in a book, George Washington: The Christian, by William J. Johnson. As you read these prayers you discover how much George was influenced by the Bible. He was clearly humble before his God and aware of how dependent he was on Him for his every breath. Today historians are trying to rewrite the history of our nation to remove any references to God. As you read these prayers, you have an opportunity to view some original documents that tell the real story, at least in the case of George Washington.
All of Grace is one of his most widely known and best-selling written works. It is a chaptered work, longer and more in-depth than any of his sermons. Subtitled “An Earnest Word with Those Who Are Seeking Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ,” All of Grace is Spurgeon’s fullest explanation of the process of God’s redemption of Christian souls. It is also an inspiring gift of encouragement to believers in their Christian walk—a “fountain by the wayside” where Spurgeon hoped many will find refreshment. Its plain and simple language rings with his concern for the souls of all humanity.
Also, make sure and check out the Spurgeon Sale happening this week with titles as low as .99. Go HERE to see more!
This week’s free E-book for The Bible Study App is The Way into the Holiest – Expositions of the Epistle to the Hebrews by F.B. Meyer. Here are some thoughts from the author:
The epistle to the Hebrews bears no name of author, or designation of church. But it needs neither. In every sentence we can detect the Authorship of the Holy Ghost: and feel that it has a message not to one age, but to all; not to one community, but to the universal Church.
There are two strong tendencies flowing around us in the present day: the one, to minimize the substitutionary aspect of the death of Christ; the other, to exaggerate the importance of mere outward rite. To each of these the study of this great Epistle is corrective. We are taught that our Lord’s death was a Sacrifice. We are taught also that we have passed from the realm of shadows into that of realities.
These chapters are altogether inadequate for the treatment of so vast a theme; but such as they are, they are sent forth, in dependence on the Divine Blessing, in the fervent hope that they may serve to make more clear and plain to those who would find and enter it, the Way into the Holiest of all. –F.B. MEYER
To get this title for the Bible Study app download it from the in-app store or go HERE.
In Come Ye Children, C.H. Spurgeon offers his advice on sharing the gospel with children and training them early in the things of God. It is filled with scriptural examples that demonstrate the importance of caring for those who are young in faith, and helping them develop their understanding of the gospel.