Identifying our values and their priority in our lives can lead to greater understanding and harmony in the home, marriage, church, and workplace.
A Bible survey is a remedy for the phrase, "You can't see the forest for the trees." Chuck Swindoll says "God's Masterwork" reveals the forest to prepare us for "tree study."
Leviticus is frequently passed off as an unimportant document of out-of-date details. Because the book is directly related to Israelites under the Mosaic Law, many Christians today choose to ignore its contents. But God has preserved Leviticus for a particular purpose.
Exodus is an account of how God miraculously delivered His people and then began to train them to walk in faith through His provision of a set of written instructions (the Mosaic Law) and a place of meeting for worship (the tabernacle). Exodus begins with a groan and ends in glory.
In my heart I knew my self-righteous standoff was petty and immature. But in order to end the madness I had to be the one to break. And that meant humbling myself.
Chuck Swindoll explains how a survey of the entire Bible helps us see the overall purpose and context for the individual books—how they all fit together.
In this overview, we want to get a grasp on what the book of Genesis is saying, how it fits together, and where it leads us in the next scriptural scene.
As a Christian, when I think of character qualities I would like to possess one that looms large is magnanimity.
We begin, in this study, a general examination of the books in the Bible—Genesis through Revelation. As the Lord reveals Himself through each book we study, may your love for and reliance upon Him be enhanced.
How is the title "God's Masterwork" indicative of how Chuck Swindoll views Scripture? Chuck explains how an artist's masterwork reveals their mind and heart.