David J Ridges

David J. Ridges
New Cover; - the words and works of Christ's apostles following His resurrection become clear through in-verse notes and powerful quotes from LDS leaders and scholars. - This volume is a companion to the best-selling Part 1: the Gospels. Noted teacher and gospel scholar, David J. Ridges, makes Acts through Revelation come alive in the New Testament Made Easier, Part 2. In-the-verse notes provide a unique teaching tool which allows you to read the complete King James Bible text of Acts through Revelation while, at the same time, being taught the meaning of difficult Bible words and phrases, symbolism, doctrine, culture and setting. Occasional notes between the verses clarify and alert you to major concepts and messages. - Quickly gain a basic understanding of these scriptures as you read Acts through Revelation with the help of explanatory notes, between and within verses. Example: Romans 6:6-7. Note: In verse 6, next, Paul uses a very strong word to describe the effort sometimes needed on our part to repent of sins. He uses the word crucify. This implies that some sins require much pain and godly sorrow in the repentance process. Indeed, changing friends, being cut off from family, going through withdrawals from chemical dependency, confessing serious sin to the bishop, etc., can be painful, but walking in newness of life (verse 4) makes it far more than worthwhile to crucify our sins. 6. Knowing this, that our old man (our old lifestyle) is crucified with him (Christ), that the body of sin (our past sins) might be destroyed, that henceforth (from now on) we should not serve sin. 7. for he that is dead (JST He that is dead to sin) is freed from sin. - Transfer these notes into your own scriptures to help now as well as in the future. - Quickly get help for a specific verse or chapter. - Review for a lesson, talk or family night discussion.
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