Deeper Into the Word: Reflections on 100 Words From the New Testament (Google eBook)

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Bethany House, Jan 1, 2011 - Religion - 208 pages
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Translators have done their best to render the words of the Bible into English, but capturing the nuances of the ancient languages is an inexact science. Kent gives readers an opportunity to investigate the roots and biblical context of the words within the Word.

Deeper into the Word is a fascinating devotional, but it can also be used as an accessible reference tool, as it explores 100 of the most important words of the New Testament. Kent unpacks each word's Greek origins, shows how it is used in the Bible, and offers insights into its significance in our lives.
  

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Great tool to have

User Review  - Cindy Loven - Christianbook.com

I am pulling this review out and posting it again, because I found that I hadn't originally submitted it to the sites needed. Very interesting concept. 100 Words from the NT, with their original Greek ... Read full review

AN EXCELLENT BOOK!

User Review  - Carolyn Johnson - Christianbook.com

This book can be considered both a reference tool and a devotional book. The words from Scripture used in the book are extremely important and have been well chosen. I am well into the book, and have ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
9
Afraid 13
57
Believe 19
63
5
70
Burden 31
77
Chosen 37
83
ContentContentment
92
Hope
98
Messiah
120
One Another 27
127
Peace
134
Pharisee j 40
143
Prepare
149
Quiet j 56
158
Repent
164
Appendix of Helpful
231

Cross 50
102
Inheritance
105
Lamb
113
Notes
239
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Keri Wyatt Kent is the author of seven previous books and is a regular contributor to Today's Christian Woman (now Kyria.com), Outreach magazine, and MomSense magazine. Keri speaks at churches and retreats around the country and is a frequent guest on several shows on the Moody Broadcasting Network, including Midday Connection. Keri lives with her husband and two children in suburban Chicago.

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