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Be Comforted (Isaiah); Be Decisive (Jeremiah); Be Reverent (Ezekiel); Be Resolute (Daniel)

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Be Comforted (Isaiah); Be Decisive (Jeremiah); Be Reverent (Ezekiel); Be Resolute (Daniel)

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This volume contains four commentaries by well-known teacher and pastor, Warren Wiersbe: Be Comforted, Be Decisive, Be Reverent, and Be Resolute.

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SKU 6686
外文书名 Be Comforted: Isaiah; Be Reverent: Ezekiel; Be Resolute: Daniel; Be Decisive: Jeremiah
Author Warren W. Wiersbe
Translator 李梅、杨基
ISBN 978-7-80254-979-1
Publisher 宗教文化出版社
Publication Date 2015年5月
Format 16K
Number of Pages 566页;500千字
This volume contains four commentaries by well-known teacher and pastor, Warren Wiersbe: Be Comforted, Be Decisive, Be Reverent, and Be Resolute.

Be Comforted (Isaiah): For anyone who thinks that comfort is equivalent to pity and that it is only pricelss for those who need an emotional crutch, best-selling author Warren Wiersbe applies the words of the prophet Isaiah to prove that God's comfort is no such thing. With definitions and insights, the "pastor of pastors" and phenomenal author Warren W. Wiersbe continues to enliven the Scriptures as he weaves the words of Isaiah with historical explanations and thought-provoking questions for every chapter, creating a study guide that can be used in personal Bible study or with a group.
Be Decisive (Jeremiah): Imagine living in a world with no moral absolutes. A place where truth is in the eye of the beholder. A society with eroding standards. Sound familiar? Yet this dilemma is not new. The prophet Jeremiah was called to take a public, and unpopular, stand for God's truth. His story can inspire us to make the powerful, decisive choice to say firm in our faith and values.
Be Reverent (Ezekiel): The modern church has become a comfortable place, as congregations focus on creating warm and welcoming environments. But have casual attitudes replaced reverence for the Lord? The prophet Ezekiel was called to remind God’s people about His holy and glorious nature, and that message remains as relevant today as when it was first delivered. This study examines Ezekiel’s mission to describe the indescribable, a God beyond imagining, a King worthy of our reverence.
Be Resolute (Daniel): The book of Daniel relates the familiar Sunday school stories of the lions' den, the fiery furnace, and some remarkable prophecies, but take some time to investigate these stories more closely. How did Daniel, Shadrach, Meschach, and Abednego possess such a fearless faith? Perhaps no one in the Bible possessed a more resolute faith in God than these individuals. Daniel and his peers never took the easy way out, but stood their ground, even in the face of death.
Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher and the former pastor of three churches, including the Moody Church in Chicago. For ten years he served as general director and Bible teacher for the Back to the Bible radio broadcast. Dr. Wiersbe has written more than 150 books, including the popular "Be" series of expositional Bible studies, which has sold more than four million copies. In 2002, he was awarded the Jordon Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.


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