God created us with an innate desire to be wholehearted—to love in a way that He Himself loves, entirely and without reservation. This book focuses on the nature of love to give all, both as it burns in God's heart and as it arises from ours. We can actually love God with full abandonment in the present and not just in the future. Our longing to be wholehearted can actually be answered as we give God everything today.
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The church is built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets (Eph. 2:20). In his penetrating manner, Art seeks to capture the flavor and essential meaning of this most holy foundation. Few have adequately understood that unless the Church is built on this foundation, it is simply not the Church in any authentic way. I first heard Art speak back in 2005 and was completely clueless as to what he was saying though I felt a weightiness on my spirit. I began to read this book and the Lord convicted me of so many things regarding the state of the church, the condition of my own heart...
One of the greatest claims of the New Testament is that Jesus of Nazareth is fully divine. Understanding what the New Testament reveals about Jesus is one of the most important things a Christian should understand. In this book, Richard Bauckham develops a "Christology of divine identity" that brings clarity to Second Temple Judaism's understanding of monotheism and includes Jesus in the unique identity of Israel's God.
I highly recommend this resource for all Christians and any serious student of Christology.
For a less scholarly, easier approach to Christology, I'd...
David Pawson’s self-proclaimed life work, this massive book gives an overview of every book of the Bible, with historical background and modern-day examples with very simple, readable language. Reading Pawson’s chapter on a specific book will help you dramatically in understanding the Bible by giving you all of the relevant information on the Scripture. I highly recommend this resource!