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  • The King James Version of the Bible marks its 400th year of publication in 2011, which will provide diverse opportunities to celebrate the KJV, including several marathon reading sessions, a History Channel documentary and a flipbook of an entire 1611 printing of the KJV. Reaction to the quadricentennial of the KJV varies widely. Some see the event as worthy of celebration while others stifle a yawn. The diversity of reaction reveals the disparity in perception of the grand old English translation.

  • The King James Version of the Bible marks its 400th year of publication in 2011. Some see the event as worthy of celebration while others stifle a yawn.

  • The King James Version of the Bible marks its 400th year of publication in 2011. Some see the event as worthy of celebration while others stifle a yawn.

  • Is my gospel big enough to account for a man who three times denied that he knew the Lord? Is it big enough to account for a man who spent all of those years with Jesus, only to desert him in the end? Is it big enough to allow a man like this to be a leader in the church?

  • Amillennialism is one of the three major views of Bible prophecy, but what exactly does it mean?

  • The little letter of Jude teaches us something about the value of learning history. This is not the main point of the letter. But it is striking. In this next-to-last book of the Bible, Jude writes to encourage the saints to "contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all handed down to the saints."

  • In Ephesians, we have instructions for putting on a new life in Christ as we relate to others.

  • In this study of the Word of God, you will see some of the qualities of the Bible that can be said of no other book.

  • With the Bible, you are to take it into your mind, to thoroughly comprehend it, to use it as nourishment for your mind and heart.

  • The Bible must be assimilated - taken into your mind, understood, and provided as nourishment for your soul and spirit.

  • From her national debut in 1986 (first show topic: “How to Marry the Man/Woman of Your Choice”) Oprah parlayed business savvy and an empathetic, non-threatening personality into an unmatched media empire.

  • David heard the Lord's "no" and quietly accepted it without resentment. That's awfully hard to do.

  • What we call the King James Version, or KJV, had a reach that extended down from heaven and did much to transform the earth, touching both prince and pauper.

  • People simply cannot believe that a woman could have been a close friend to Jesus. But I believe this is what Mary Magdalene had with him: a very deep and special friendship, a friendship that I can only try to achieve not only with Jesus but with others using him as my example.

  • Over the next several months, I want to share with you about women who have impacted my life because of their relationship with Jesus. I believe you, too, will connect with them and discover how God has a plan for you, is working it out in your life and will never leave you.

  • A scriptural overview of the life of Jesus.

  • Christ had no doubts about His message...

  • Why would anyone choose to follow a God who promises more hardship, not less?

  • Like the women at the well, God wants to use you where you are, how you are, and who you are. He can take any situation we are in and use it for His Glory. He just expects us to be obedient.

  • No matter what you achieve, you can't be truly successful unless you develop strong character along the way.