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  • Samuel : The Last Of The Judges (DVD)

    Original price was: $19.99.Current price is: $11.99.

    This one-hour biblical drama recounts the thrilling story of the Old Testament prophet, Samuel. Samuel was called by God from a young age to speak God’s will to his people. Later, he would lead the Israelites in a decisive battle against the Philistines and would reluctantly appoint Israel’s first king. When King Saul disobeyed God, Samuel condemned him and secretly appointed David as King, setting off an epic struggle for power in the kingdom.

    This biblically accurate retelling dramatizes this crucial period in Israel’s history and highlights God’s high expectations for leaders.

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  • How Dare You Judge Us God


    With words that often bite with the raw reality of life on a sinful planet, best selling author Clifford Goldstein steps into the arena of human misery and uses the book of Job as a scalpel to reveal both the cause of our sickness and its cure. How Dare You Judge Us, God! Won’t answer all your questions about suffering. It will give you fresh insights into the unseen battles behind your pain and a new love for the God who suffered the horrors of hell in order to end it. Forever

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  • Noah Sight And Sound Theater Musical (DVD)

    Original price was: $26.99.Current price is: $16.99.

    With a catastrophic storm on its way, one man is given a monumental task: build a boat big enough to save mankind from a flood that will cover the entire earth. But they won’t be alone. Filmed in front of a live audience, Noah takes you on board one of the world’s best-known voyages as live animals fill the stage and aisles. Set sail inside the enormous ark in this extraordinary Bible story that has captivated audiences for generations! English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Chinese subtitles. Approx. 110 minutes.

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  • Jesus An Illustrated Life


    Two thousand years after his death, Jesus of Nazareth remains one of history’s most influential and fascinating figures. In this powerful, elegantly written, and expertly illustrated celebration, Jean-Pierre Isbouts brings readers into Jesus’ life journey on a deeply human level, narrating his experiences from his earliest years to his mission travels in lower Galilee to his final days in the Garden of Gethsemane. Key events and figures from John the Baptist to Mary Magdalene to Judas are highlighted in compelling detail. Carefully selected artwork featuring some of the great artists of the ages–da Vinci, Michelangelo, and many more–illustrate indelible moments in Jesus’ life, from Mary’s annunciation to the Last Supper. Breathtaking National Geographic photography and maps complete the package, drawing readers into a time, a place, and a life that would forever change the world.
    Absorbing, engaging, and meticulously researched, this inspiring journey reconstructs the seminal moments and intense spiritual dimensions of the life of Jesus of Nazareth in a stunning visual celebration.”

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  • Paul Through Mediterranean Eyes


    Prelude: Prophetic Homily Style And Its Interpretation
    Essay 1: The Cross And Christian Unity (1 Corinthians 1:10-4:16)
    Essay 2: Sex: Men And Women In The Human Family (1 Corinthians 4:17-7:40)
    Essay 3: Christian And Pagan: Freedom And Responsibility (1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1)
    Essay 4: Worship: Men And Women In The Church (1 Corinthians 11:2-14:40)
    Essay 5: Resurrection: Faith, Christ And Victory (1 Corinthians 15:1-58)

    Additional Info
    In this groundbreaking study of Paul’s first epistle to the Corinthians, Kenneth Bailey examines the canonical letter through Paul’s Jewish sociocultural and rhetorical background and through the Mediterranean context of its Corinthian recipients.

    Examine 1 Corinthians within its social, cultural and rhetorical construction
    Proposes a new conception of the structure and nature of Paul’s argument
    Provides an excellent resource for New Testament students and scholars

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  • Paul : A Spiritual Journey


    Changed in an instant, transformed over a lifetime.
    We know the stories of the apostle Paul’s missionary journeys. He traveled far and wide across Asia Minor and Europe, teaching and preaching at every opportunity. He was attacked, arrested, imprisoned, and shipwrecked. But there is more to the story than that. Paul’s whole life was a journey.
    With a blinding flash of light and a voice from heaven, Paul was transformed from a persecutor of Christians to an ambassador for Christ. Paul was transformed, but he was not perfected.
    He still had a lot of growing up to do.
    As he sowed and nurtured the seeds of Christianity all over his world, Paul’s spiritual journey took him along paths we all must walk. He faced doubt and uncertainty. He was confronted with criticism and loss. He learned to face adversity, to take the good with the bad, and to be content in whatever state he found himself. He learned to depend on God.
    Transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit – beginning on the road to Damascus and continuing on every other road he traveled – Paul planted the seeds that changed the world.
    We are all on a journey. We all have some growing up to do. Through Paul’s story and his words, the Power that transformed him can take hold of our hearts. In his life, we can see who God wants us to be and the work He wants us to finish.

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  • Noah : The End Of The World


    “Welcome to the ark!” Noah’s voice thundered across the meadow. My name is Noah, son of Lamech, and grandson of the great patriarch Methuselah. You’re wondering, I’m sure, why we are building a boat in the middle of a field. And why in the world a farmer would spend more than a hundred years building it. Let me tell you why. Long ago, the God of heaven created our world to be a paradise for His children. But the people of earth have rejected God that He might not rule over them. Now their wicked deeds have corrupted the world.”
    Noah squinted in the bright sunlight. “Little remains to be done of all God has asked me to do, friends! It is almost time for the flood to come, and when it does, you can be on this ark with me and my family, safe from the destruction of the rising waters!”
    Bradley Booth has crafted a remarkable story of Noah and the end of the antediluvian world. The parallel between the reaction to Noah’s end-time message and that of our own time is startling. Every reader will be struck by the way we of the twenty-first century also think the end is far off and treat God’s messages of warning so carelessly.

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  • Noah : The Chosen One


    “As were the days of Noah, so shall be the coming of the Son of man.” “Can someone help me out over here?” Noah shouted, gesturing to the crowd in the market place. “These boys are trying to rob me!” With a sickening feeling in the pit of his stomach he began to realize that no one was going to come to his aid. No one cared. . . . This is ridiculous, Noah thought. Two striplings want to rob me in the street, and no one has the decency to come to my aid. What’s this world coming to? . . . Bradley Booth has crafted a remarkable story of Noah and the antediluvian world. The parallels between their excesses and violence and those of our own time are startling. Every reader of this book will be struck by the way we of the twenty-first century also rationalize our own behavior, and how often we find it more convenient to “go with the crowd.”

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  • Dahveed : Yahwehs Chosen


    He was unwanted, unclaimed, unimportant . . .

    Until the prophet demanded his presence at the feast of the new moon and secretly anointed him king of Israel.

    There was no one to confide in, no outlet for the burning questions-his secret was safe with no one. But the Habiru guessed and swore their allegiance to him. The final words of a dying warrior seared into his soul: “Yahweh has given you much. Take only what comes from His hand. He will place you where you need to be so that you will be able to do the task given to you.”

    He would cling to these words for strength time and again as Yahweh led him first into the court of the troubled king, then onto the battlefield to face the giant Goliath-all the while binding his life and loyalty to the prince whose throne he must someday take.

    He was Yahweh’s beloved one, Israel’s Dahveed.

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  • Prince Of Dreams


    As prisoners of war, would Daniel and his friends continue to follow the Lord? Could God make a way for them to be faithful to Him? Of course, but they would need to put their trust fully in Him and not in themselves even in the face of death decrees.

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  • Bathsheba : A Story Of Sin And Redemption


    Today of all days, she needed to have this time alone to sort out her spinning thoughts. It was the last morning she would spend in this house as the daughter of Ammiel and Shiran. In just a few short hours, she would become the wife of Uriah the Hittite.

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  • Jacobs Ladder 5 6 And 7 (DVD)


    The “teenpack” is looking for adventure when they discover a mysterious old lighthouse and the even more mysterious keeper, Rafael. Through the lighthouse, the young teens are transported to Bible times where they interact with timeless characters and learn of a loving God who cares for His people through all the ages.

    These action-packed dramas are geared to youth ages 10-15, but are great for the entire family or for classroom use! Creative, easy-to-use PDF study materials are included to help young teens apply the faith-building lessons to their everyday lives. (Episodes 5-7 include “The Invitation,” “Samuel’s Destiny – Part 1,” and “Samuel’s Destiny – Part 2”).

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  • Dare To Be A Daniel


    Table Of Contents:

    God’s Plan For Israel
    Captivity By The Babylonians
    Early Training Of Daniel And His Friends
    Daniel’s Health Plan
    The Call To Temperance
    The Fight For Temperance
    Ten-times Wiser
    Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
    Interpreting Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
    Deterioration From Within
    Obedience-The Mark Of A Disciple
    True Wisdom
    The Infallible Word
    Truth’s Counterfeit
    The Fiery Furnace
    The Sabbath Test
    A Season Of Splendor
    Nebuchadnezzar’s Second Dream
    Losing Focus
    Nebuchadnezzar’s Metamorphosis
    Restoration Of Nebuchadnezzar
    The Secret Watcher
    In The Lion’s Den
    Faithfulness In Duty
    Seventy Years Ended
    A Sanctified Prayer
    Answers To Prayer
    Rewards Of Obedience
    Dare To Be A Daniel

    Additional Info
    In today’s world of sinfulness and godlessness, we are in desperate need of returning to traditional values and morals. “The greatest want of the world is the want of men-men who will not be bought or sold, men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name, men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.” Education, 57
    Dare to Be a Daniel is a compilation of Ellen G. White writings, and expounds upon the life of this Biblical hero, Daniel, showing the lessons that can be learned as this man lived his life to honor and serve God. This compilation is taken from a series on the life of Daniel in the Youth’s Instructor, along with complimenting excerpts from The Review and Herald, The Signs of the Times, and Patriarchs and Prophets.

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  • At Jesus Feet


    1. At Jesus’ Feet In Shame: Adultery In The Temple
    2. At Jesus’ Feet In Sorrow: “Praying For The Dead”
    3. At Jesus’ Feet In Study: Martha’s Distraction
    4. At Jesus’ Feet In Sacrifice: Simon’s Feast
    5. At Jesus’ Feet In Surrender: At The Cross
    6. At Jesus’ Feet In Service: At The Tomb
    7. At Jesus’ Feet In Song: The Resurrection

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    “Someone to love me.” That’s all she wanted–all anyone really wants. We are all addicts, “sinaholics,” says the author, trying to fill with various addictions a gaping void in our hearts designed for God. Take Mary Magdalene. She was a prosperous prostitute, but her life was one sad, sordid story–until she met Someone who loved her with a pure, unconditional love. Ever afterward the shame of her past was eclipsed by her absolute devotion to the One who set her free.
    Doug Batchelor unveils the beauty of the gospel with original insights through the eyes of Jesus’ most dedicated disciple. This imaginative yet biblical retelling of Mary’s experience clarifies several significant biblical teachings with a kaleidoscope of vivid illustrations. Discover a fresh picture of a gentle, loving Saviour who without condemning or condoning our past offers us a new future as we, like Mary, linger at Jesus’ feet.

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  • Out Of The Pit


    SKU (ISBN): 9780828014328Larry LichtenwalterBinding: Trade PaperPublished: October 2000Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing

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  • God Sent A Man


    God Sent A Man is the story of Joseph, who allowed himself to be prepared by God to play a crucial role in the history of Egypt and especially in the development of what became the nation of Israel.

    From the author’s foreword . . .

    “It is in my mind to produce in your mind a profound and unshakable conviction that will alter your whole outlook in life and provide you with a philosophy that will transform your life from a meaningless conglomeration of fortuitous changes into a meaningful and divinely arranged plan.”

    The story of Joseph, son of Jacob, “constitutes the most fascinating and impressive tale in the literature of humanity.”

    “Men and nations are in God’s hand. . . in everything God works for good with those who love him.”

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