- Kingdom Dynamic—41 themes throughout the Scripture that give us values as we advance the gospel throughout the world
- Word Wealth—More than 550 key terms defined and brought to life pulling the language from the original Greek and Hebrew to everyday English
- Truth-In-Action—Practical charts pulling out practical application from every book of the Bible
- Detailed book introductions to each of the 66 books of the Bible
- Verse-by-verse study notes
- Articles from 50 of the most respected pastors, teachers, and leaders in the church today
I found this to be very readable typeset. The Words of Jesus are in soft red color; off white paper, soft black regular print; two-column with references in center and study notes at the bottom. Word Wealth (sword symbol) and Kingdom Dynamics (dove symbol) within Scripture have a pale grey background behind print to set them apart from the Bible text.
8 aBlessed are the pure in heart,
For bthey shall see God.
reference in center:
aPs. 15:2, 24:4 b1 Cor. 13:12
WORD WEALTH [sword symbol] 5:8 pure, katharos (kath-ar-oss); Strong's #2513: Without blemish, clean, undefiled, pure. The word describes physical cleanliness (Matt. 23:26; 27:59); ceremonial purity (Luke 11:41; Rom. 14:20); and ethical purity (John 13:10; Acts 18:6). Sin pollutes and defiles, but the blood of Jesus washes the stains away.
Believers Are Salt and Light
13-16 (has a 3 in a circle at the margin by vs 13)
14 a"You are the light of the *world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden.
a[Prov. 4:18; John 8:12]; Phil. 2:15 *See WW at John 18:36.
5:13-16 See Section 3 of Truth-in-Action through the Synoptics at the end of Luke.
Truth-in-Action through the Synoptics
Letting the Life of the Holy Spirit Bring Faith's Works Alive in You!EDITORIAL NOTE: Scholars refer to Matthew, Mark, and Luke as the synoptic gospels because they are parallel accounts of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. To offer maximum insight into a faithful application of the teaching of Jesus recounted in the synoptic Gospels and to avoid unnecessary repetition, we are presenting this summary of the first three Gospels. In this chart, each "Action" will reference, as appropriate, from one to three of the Synoptics.
5:13-16 The Beatitudes describe the essential character of kingdom citizens, and the metaphors of salt and light indicate the citizens' influence for good as they penetrate secular society.
Author and Date, Purpose, Characteristics, Background, Content, Literary Features, Personal Application, Christ Revealed, The Holy Spirit at Work, and Outline of Chapter.
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ContentsIntroduction to the New Spirit-Filled Life® Bible
Editors and Contributors
Kingdom Dynamics (with Index)
Word Wealth (with Index)
Truth-In-Action (with Index)
Preface to the New King James Version
Books of the Old and New Testaments with Their Abbreviations
The Old Testament
Bridging the Testaments
Harmony of the Gospels
The New Testament
Dealing with "Last Things"―The Rapture, Second Coming, and Millennium
In Studying the Book of Revelation
Holy Spirit Gifts and Power
The Holy Spirit and Restoration
Aflame with Passion for World Evangelism
The Believer's Potential and Pathway for Ministering Healing to the Nations
Understanding Messianic Jewish Ministry
How to Lead a Person to the Savior
[The Concordance includes proper names and significant topics, defined by phrases and Scripture references.]
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