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By: DEAN R ULRICH.
Publisher: Presbyterian & Reformed,: 2007.
Seller ID: 92137
Dimensions: 154 x 216 x 14 mmWeight: 0.291 kilosPages: 208 Whether they are thrilled by the love story of Ruth and Boaz or encouraged by a happy ending for Naomi, many people are drawn to the book of Ruth. But though the story is indeed charming, Ruth is included in Scripture for more than our entertainment. Ruth’s message is theological, rooted in God’s oversight of the movement of redemptive history that climaxes in the person and work of Jesus Christ.- Publisher. View more info
By: DUGUID, IAIN M.
Publisher: P & R Publishing,: 2002.
Seller ID: 91952
162pp "Our God delights in writing straight with a crooked pencil," says Iain Duguid. The lives of Isaac and Jacob are vivid examples of that principle. In this latest addition to the Gospel According to the Old Testament series, we see how the gospel triumphs, not through human might or goodness, but through God's relentless grace. 176 pages, from PandR.Elucidates the progress made toward God's plan to turn a small family into a mighty nation, in spite of Isaac and Jacob's weakness and sinfulness.- Publisher View more info
By: DUGUID, IAIN M.
Publisher: P & R Publishing,: 1999.
Seller ID: 91953
Dimensions: 137 x 215 x 13 mmWeight: 0.254 kilosPages: 167 An excellent expostion from the GOSPEL ACCORDING TO THE OLD TESTAMENT series.This lively survey of Abraham's faith (and failures) shows us how the Old Testament patriarch foreshadows the perfect saving work of Christ. The author pulls the reader into the dramatic unfolding of the story of Abraham as a significant stage in the larger story of salvation."One of the most urgent needs of the church is to grasp how the many parts of the Bible fit together to make one 'story-line' that culminates in Jesus-Christ. This ser... View more info
Publisher: Presbyterian & Reformed,: 2008.
Seller ID: 91949
200pp After establishing the historical and theological backdrop for Hosea, the book focuses on the connection between Hosea's marriage to Gomer and the Lord's marriage to his people. Though many were deaf to Hosea's preaching, even the dullest could see his grief, sympathize with his sorrow, and wonder at his persistent love. Hosea's marriage was a living sermon: What Hosea did for Gomer, God did for Israel; What Gomer did to Hosea, Israel did to God.Love Divine and Unfailing is a clear, honest, panoramic treatment of the book of Hosea, poignantly showing how Hosea and Gomer's treat... View more info