The Jeremiah Study Bible
Dr. David Jeremiah offers his knowledge, wisdom and experience in The Jeremiah Study Bible: What It Says. What It Means. What It Means for You.The Bible is the New King James Version and Dr. David Jeremiah provides insights into historical customs and places; he answers tough questions; gives you thoughts for reflection; and shares many teaching points. A study Bible we highly recommend to help you understand and learn the Word of God. The quotes below are from the notes in this wonderful Bible.
"The Bible is such a timeless book that, no matter your place or
time in history, it always speaks to the important issues of
"Parental love is unconditional, and so is God's love.
No matter what a child of God has done against Him, or feels he
or she has done that cannot be forgiven, God still loves that
"When you get serious about daily Bible study, you'll find that
the Word of God will become a lamp unto your feet, a light unto your
path, and a map for your soul."
"The impact of the gospel, combined with the sheer grace of God,
will cause us to bow before Him and celebrate His goodness."
"It is a great thing when God's Word is set free in a person's
life. No one ever stays the same."
Words of Inspiration
"The Bible is new every morning. And no matter how many
times I study it - even when I've studied a passage before - I
make fresh discoveries that enhance my life and faith as I
return to study it again."
"The truth is that in His infinite love and wisdom, God always
knows what to give us in answer to our prayers. Prayer does not
always change our situation, but it should always change us."
"Put simply, the church is to be the hands and heart and eyes of
Jesus on earth while He is in heaven."
"It is critical for Christians to stay close and to stay
grateful to God in all seasons, but especially in the seasons of
"When we consider the glory of heaven, we can use this earth as
a paradigm. It is as if this world is a blueprint of
what's to come; it will be similar but infinitely better."
"Love forgives. It may not always forget, but even when love
remembers, it still forgives."
"The question in the kingdom of God is not how many people are
serving the leaders, but how many people are the leaders
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