Item description for Commentary-Be Rich (Ephesians) (Repack) by warren wiersbe ...
Overview In a society where wealth is often the measurement of success, popular author and Bible teacher Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe unravels Ephesians to reveal the countercultural nature of the Gospel. Through helpful illustrations and analysis, he opens our eyes to the riches that we already have in Christ?though we rarely take advantage of them.
In a society where wealth is often the measurement of success, popular author and Bible teacher Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe unravels Ephesians to reveal the countercultural nature of the Gospel. Through helpful illustrations and analysis, he opens our eyes to the riches that we already have in Christ--though we rarely take advantage of them.
We are saved through faith, and with this gift come many other blessings. We have the Holy Spirit to empower us for the work of the Kingdom. We have the necessary spiritual armor to fight off enemy attacks. We have the promise of eternity with a loving Father and perfect God.
But not only has God given us the promise of an eternity in heaven--He has given us the reality of a relationship with Him on right here on earth. Be encouraged in this good news and stop seeking the things of this world, for we already have the priceless gift of eternal life in Christ
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Studio: David C. Cook
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Publisher David C. Cook
ISBN 1434767329 ISBN13 9781434767325
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More About warren wiersbe
Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher and the former pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago. For ten years he was associated with the Back to the Bible radio broadcast, first as Bible teacher and then as general director. Dr. Wiersbe has written more than 160 books, including the popular "BE" series of Bible commentaries, which has sold more than four million copies. He and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Warren W. Wiersbe currently resides in Lincoln, in the state of Nebraska.
Warren W. Wiersbe has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Commentary-Be Rich (Ephesians) (Repack)?
not too bad Nov 10, 2009
I found this commentary to be what I expected, but not much more. There are a lot of commentaries out there on each book of the new testament, but not much new information. You just kind of put them together and present the best you can. I'm not sorry I bought it, but will probably donate it to the church library.
Be Right is Excellent Jul 12, 2009
The book is an excellent resource and I strongly suggest this to any one and all please take the time to purchase the book and read the Bible Book of Romans at the same time as this book and this should really help out in many ways
"The key to understanding the rest of the Bible..." Jan 15, 2009
Be Right was written to help the reader understand the core message of the letter to the Romans and to help the reader apply the knowledge to their own life. This book is an overview of the epistle. The book of Romans is not an easy read. The book was written by Paul in his own extremely intelligent manner.
Warren W. Wiersbe author of Be Right divided the scripture into manageable sections. He offers insight on a section of scripture before moving to the next. At the end of each chapter, he has "Questions For Personal Reflection Or Group Discussion." There are 13 chapters. Wiersbe has an excellent approach, an overview of the entire book to reap the message and then an in-depth study could follow. Wiersbe states, "If you understand Romans, you will have the key to understanding the rest of the Bible. Better still, you will have the secret to successful Christian living."
I am always on the lookout for a good Bible Study to use in my Adult Bible Study Class. Be Right has great possibilities. I have avoided Romans because it is a complicated book. You have to think hard to study Romans. Every Christian desires to "be right" about their faith. How we live out our faith holds eternal significance. But in order to be right, we must know what, why, and how come we believe in Christ.
Solidly evangelical Jul 28, 2008
Years ago, when I was just starting my Christian journey, I discovered Dr. Wiersbe's "Be" series and they provided me with a healthy start in learning to study scripture. My first encounter was this commentary on Romans. Dr. Wiersbe's commentaries are solid evangelical works that do not shrink back from tackling some of the sticky theological questions. I owe a great debt to these commentaries.
But, I would now also have to suggest the reader supplement their study with either The Navarre Bible: Romans and Galatians (The Navarre Bible: New Testament) or The Letter of St. Paul to the Romans: Revised Standard Version/2nd Catholic Edition (Ignatius Catholic Study Bible). It is important for the careful student to be aware of the historical context of the Church's teaching and not be limited to only one side of the question. Pope Benedict XVI has declared 2008 the year of St. Paul and so it is especially fitting to study Paul's epistles with a careful eye.
Rich Thoughts Mar 21, 2007
The book covers the Letter of Paul to the Ephesians (New Testament). We used this book in a small home bible study. The format of the book makes it easy for people to read the chapter and do the questions at home and then to come to the bible study prepared for discussion. The book content and our answers to questions were a good springboard for some very interesting conversations among us. The chapter questions aren't always "the best" (rumor has it Wiersbe did not write them himself), so I recommend you provide yourselves the flexibility to dispute the actual question (which also lends itself to good discussion) -- maybe even skipping a few or rewording a few. As a group, we got so much out of using this book, we have decided to continue with other Wiersbe "Be" series books.