Save preparation time when you teach or preach the New Testament. This easy-to-use 12-volume set gives you the freedom to prayerfully appropriate the Scripture as you spend more time directly with the text. It's like having a team of researchers doing the legwork for you.
The series continues -- a series that answers the questions students of the Bible ask rather than the ones Bible scholars play with, but are unable to provide clear answers for. An eight-step approach to Bible study grabs the reader's attention, shows the main points of the text, leads -- verse by verse -- through the logic of the Bible writer as he taught his original readers, then brings it all home in principles and applications illustrated for the modern reader.
Quotations from the church's important voices, the teaching in a nutshell, and a quick statement of the main point of the text prepares the reader to study.
The eight-point study leads the reader from an introduction with contemporary illustrations, through verse-by-verse commentary, to a conclusion and life application. A prayer personalizes the study and commits to be lived out in their life. Deeper discoveries help the reader understand the most important words, phrases, and teaching of each chapter. A teaching outline allows the reader to review what has been read, organize its message, and prepare to share it with others. The 'Final Issues for Discussion' section brings closure to the reader's study.