Finding specific Bible passages can sometimes be a challenge. Where to Find it in the Bible will help you find what you're looking for. Chapter titles include:
•Favorite Bible Verses with topics including:
•Words of comfort and strength
•Verses for sharing Jesus with others
•50 topics in Christian living
•People in the Bible which includes:
•Passages on over 100 important people in the Bible
•Key scripture references
•People in the genealogy of Jesus
•100 Prayers in the Bible which will show you:
•Prayers in the Psalms
•Prayers of confession, praise, and petition
•52 Key Bible Stories where you will see:
•Old Testament stories, such as: the call of Abraham, the 10 Commandments, Samson and Delilah, and Valley of the Dry Bones
•New Testament stores, including: Jesus walking on water, the rich young ruler, and the conversion of Saul
•A summary and the main points of each story
•100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus which shows:
•Old Testament prophecies and the New Testament fulfillments
•Gospels Side-By-Side which looks at:
•The harmony of the Gospels
•Jesus' parables, miracles, travels and Passovers
•Bible Promises which includes:
•100 best-loved Bible verses
•God's promises for times of sorrow, fear and despair
Rose Bible Basics: Where to Find it in the Bible is a great resource for your personal Bible study, Sunday school class, small group, your church library, or to pass along to new believers who want to learn more about the God of the Bible.
The inspiration about the book came from Isaiah 6:9: “To go and tell the story of God’s love to His people to be healed.” It is resourced the word of truth from the Holy Bible, and the author is privileged by grace to give her humble narratives. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33). Jesus is talking about eternal life and abundant living by His providence.
From the Old Testament to the New Testament, the Bible is awash with examples of those who followed this key principle and had successful marriages (e.g. Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Rachel, Joseph and Mary) while other examples show what happened whenever this principle was violated (e.g. Ahab and Jezebel). Our Heavenly Father wants His sons to marry His daughters.
The creation account in Genesis 1:26 – 28 tells us that God created Adam, His own son. Later on, out of Adam, God made His daughter, Eve. Apart from creation, God’s first official role was to conduct a marriage in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2:18 –24). That day His son Adam married His daughter, Eve. He sealed the key principle on Kingdom relationships, and in a way declared: ‘My son marries my daughter.’ That’s marriage, God’s way.
To sum up the book: God started with a wedding in the garden of Eden; He is going to finish with a wedding in the clouds (1st Thess. 4:13-18), completing the full circle of this Divine principle. His only begotten son (Jesus Christ/the Bridegroom) will marry His only daughter (the Church/the Bride). It’s official: ‘My son marries my daughter’, says God. Enjoy!