Studies in James, is a paperback 156-page commentary, written by Pastor Paul M. Sadler.
The epistle of James is a practical guide on Christian ethics. Although James is addressing his countrymen, there are many timeless principles found in this forgotten pearl of the New Testament. Every book of the Bible is a tributary of truth that flows into the canon of Holy Scripture, but we must always inquire, truth for whom? We need not look far to understand that James is writing to the twelve tribes of Israel, which immediately signals us that this epistle must be interpreted in light of Paul’s gospel.
Includes Scripture Index
Rightly Divided Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, is a paperback 248-page book, written by Pastor Ricky Kurth.
There are already so many books in print addressing frequently asked Bible questions that you might be wondering about the need to publish yet another. However, the Bible study principle espoused by mid-Acts dispensationalists, that of “rightly dividing the Word of truth” is the key that unlocks the Bible! We believe you will find answers to troublesome questions here that you have not seen elsewhere.
Questions and answers in this book cover the following topics: salvation, eternal security, the grace message, water baptism, and the sign gifts.
More Rightly Divided Answers to Frequently Asked Questions also available.
More Rightly Divided Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, is a paperback 296-page book, written by Pastor Ricky Kurth.
The author’s first FAQ book, Rightly Divided Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, was so well received that we here at Berean Bible Society felt constrained to publish a sequel. We are aware that Solomon wrote, “of making many books there is no end” (Ecclesiastes 12:12), but there is also no end to the asking of many Bible questions. And while there are already many Bible FAQ books, their failure to employ the essential hermeneutic of “rightly dividing the word of truth” (II Timothy 2:15) renders them inadequate when it comes to solving some of the Bible’s knottiest puzzles.
So in this present volume, we again pick up the sword of God’s rightly divided Word and bring it to bear on some questions that all Christians ask, as well as some that only mid-Acts dispensational grace believers would ever think to ask. And it is our sincere prayer that you will receive our words as did the Bereans of old, who “received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so” (Acts 17:11).
Questions and answers in this book cover the following topics: life (sin and suffering), salvation, eternal security, the grace message, and the Christian life.
Things That Differ, the Fundamentals of Dispensationalism, is a paperback 290-page book, written by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam.
Those who struggle with rightly dividing the Word of truth will find this volume most helpful. Pastor Stam gives the reader an in-depth look at the major differences between Prophecy and the Mystery. Every Grace believer should read this work. This book, more than any other, has been used to bring people to an understanding of the distinctive ministry of the Apostle Paul.
With Scripture Index
Two Minutes with the Bible, A Daily Devotional, is a paperback 366-page book, written by Cornelius R. Stam.
Two Minutes with the Bible is a timeless classic that our beloved founder, C. R. Stam, compiled from newspaper articles he had written for various publications. We at the Berean Bible Society are firm believers in the importance of daily devotions to further spiritual growth. What better way to show our appreciation for all of God’s bountiful blessings than by spending time with an open Bible and this daily devotional? May God use this work to bring you to a deeper understanding of the riches of His grace in Christ Jesus.
Foundational Truths is a 144-page paperback book, written by Pastor John Fredericksen.
In Matthew 7:24-27, the Savior gave an illustration about building a house upon a rock and building one on sand. The one built upon a rock was able to withstand floods and fierce winds, but the one built upon sand fell when the floods and storms came. The point was that a strong foundation is needed in the physical realm for a house to survive. In the spiritual realm, a strong foundation is just as crucial if one is to survive the fierce winds of trials in life and the flood of confusing doctrine that will surely come to try our souls.
The chapters in Foundational Truths were written for the purpose of equipping believers with a strong biblical and spiritual foundation. Early chapters dig the footers our spiritual building with basic but important information about the Christian’s identity in Christ, being completely forgiven, and learning how to deal with sin after salvation. We then move on to the integrity of our Bible and how to study it. Successive chapters pour the concrete of identifying important divisions in the Scriptures. Then, like adding layers of brick to a building, further chapters document important distinctions between God’s dealings with Israel in contrast with how He deals with us today in the Dispensation of Grace. Like windows in a building, subsequent chapters then move on to shed light on different gospel messages in Scripture, and how prayer works today. Final chapters on the church become the roof on our spiritual building. All of this is firmly held together with the rebar and mortar of understanding God’s Word rightly divided.
These lessons were originally written and taught by the author in churches where he has pastored over thirty years. The content purposely contains some repetition because we found this helped those new to these truths to better remember what they were learning. Several chapters are also presented in a chart format to better see at a glance an overview of a specific subject.
“…As C.I. Scofield wrote in his notes in the book of Ephesians, it is “in Paul’s epistles alone we find the doctrine, walk, and destiny of the church, which is the Body of Christ.” The truths in these books were written to believers in our present Dispensation of the Grace of God and should therefore be a special focus of study and application….
We welcome you, as you journey with us through the pages of this book, to not only learn information, but to benefit from examples of faith and failure, and seek to apply God’s Word to every day life. Together, let’s transition from only studying theories of doctrine, to applying God’s truths in a practical way every day. May God use these studies to help you find daily transformation.”
—Pastor John Fredericksen
Daily Transformation contains 13-months’ worth of daily devotions. In the devotional book, you’ll find helpful insight into the Word, rightly divided, along with encouragement to be transformed by God’s grace and renewed day-by-day.
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The Life and Letters of the Apostle Peter, is a paperback 250-page commentary, written by Pastor Paul M. Sadler.
There is very little written on what are commonly called the General Epistles from the standpoint of the Word, rightly divided. This is somewhat understandable to the extent that most of our Grace authors have spent the lion’s share of their time addressing Pauline themes. Of course, this has been by design since the commands of Christ for the Church today are found solely in Paul’s epistles. While there will always be room to further our understanding of the Mystery, perhaps the time has come to consider the writings of Peter in light of the Pauline revelation.
Includes Scripture Index
Finally, a verse-by-verse commentary on the Gospel of Mathew written from a mid-Acts dispensational viewpoint! If you’ve ever been reading Matthew and asked yourself, “What is the meaning of this?” God’s Meaning in Matthew is just what you’ve been looking for!
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