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Click Here for October's Books of the Month

Updated: Apr 12, 2023

The books of the month is

1. With the Word - Warren W. Wiersbe

With the Word, a conversational survey of the Bible, guides you through each book, chapter by chapter, and encourages you to: Discover rich, life-changing applications fromthe Scriptures, Develop your own personal Bible reading program, Meditate on the Scriptures - seeking the truths God has for you, and to Apply the spiritual truths you discover. It is a fresh approach to learning and applying the truths God's Word has for your life.

2. Daily Light for Women

The Daily Light for Women Devotional, compiled by the Bagster family in the late 1800's, is one of the most beloved devotionals of all time and continues to offer help, meditation, and guidance to countless women. This classic devotional features a year's worth readings for every morning and every evening that illustrates the truth, beauty, and grace of Scripture. The sturdy hardcover is decorated with an elegant flower design while the title and page edges are accented in foil.

3. The End Times in Chronological Order - Ron Rhodes

Bible prophecy expert Ron Rhodes offers an easy-to-understand yet detailed chronology and explanation of end-times events.

The chapters are arranged around the major end-times themes: the rapture, the tribulation, the millennial kingdom, and the eternal state. Each chapter begins with a list of the specific events it covers, making this an extremely user-friendly chronological guide to end-times biblical prophecy.

Rhodes allows for various interpretations among Christians. Yet the sequence he describes is faithful to the biblical text, based on a literal approach to prophecy, and held by many Bible scholars.

As readers discover that they really can understand Bible prophecy, they will come to love and trust the Scriptures like never before.

4. Christ Our Life - Clark Logan

Singing in the dark? Yes, Paul and Silas were heard singing in the prison in the city of Philippi. It was midnight. Their backs were bruised and bleeding, their feet were held fast in the stocks, and yet they found joy in suffering for the sake of Christ. He was their life, their all, and He had never let them down. That same life and joy are available to all of God's children, whatever their circumstances.

Some years later, Paul was again in prison but this time in Rome. He wrote a letter to the Christians at Philippi to encourage them. It can encourage you too. In Christ Our Life, each verse of Paul's letter is considered, explained and applied to our every day lives. There are words of thankfulness and prayerfulness, as well as instruction and correction. Paul wants us to be more like Christ. Throughout the letter, his joy in the Lord overflows. Such joy is infectious.


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