All the Promises of the Bible

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Zondervan, Mar 9, 1990 - Religion - 352 pages
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Promises You Can Stand On Through Thick and ThinThe Bible is filled with hundreds of what the apostle Peter called "exceeding great and precious promises": definite, explicit declarations God has made that you can count on. In All the Promises of the Bible, Dr. Herbert Lockyer discusses the nature of God's promises--their substance simplicity surety source security scope.Lockyer's in-depth look at the scope of God's promises arranges them in categories that cover the full array of human concerns, from the spiritual to the material and the corporate to the personal. As you come to understand God's promises and how they apply to every aspect of your life, you'll gain a trust in God that will sustain you through the worst of times and be your source of rejoicing in the best.
 

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User Review  - Oheneba - Christianbook.com

This book has already effected some changes in the way i think about God's word. Thus the power behind holding on to the promises made to men of old and to us as well. I am applying it in every aspect ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aubert Rose - Christianbook.com

I am in the process of reading the book in preparation for a sermon on "Promises to Pastors" to be delivered Nov. 12th at the SC Baptist Pastor's Conference. It is very helpful so far and I'm sure will give more help as I continue and finish. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
THE SIMPLICITY OF THE PROMISES
16
THE SURETY OF THE PROMISES
22
THE SOURCE OF THE PROMISES
34
THE SECURITY OF THE PROMISES
51
THE SCOPE OF THE PROMISES
58
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Dr. Herbert Lockyer was born in London in 1886, and held pastorates in Scotland and England for 25 years before coming to the United States in 1935. In 1937 he received the honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Northwestern Evangelical Seminary. In 1955 he returned to England where he lived for many years. He then returned to the United States where he continued to devote time to the writing ministry until his death in November of 1984.

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