Scripture Study Bundle from John Bytheway [NOOK Book]

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Isaiah for Airheads If you think understanding the passages from Isaiah is like trying to find your way through a dense dark forest, then you'll appreciate the enjoyable Isaiah for Airheads. After many years of personal study and preparations, John Bytheway has created and mapped out the "Isaiah National Forest." He offers the reader 'four guides, four trees and four keys - useful tools for approaching any Isaiah chapter, specifically those found in 2 Nephi. In addition, he explains latter-day relevance for each ...
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Scripture Study Bundle from John Bytheway

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Overview

Isaiah for Airheads If you think understanding the passages from Isaiah is like trying to find your way through a dense dark forest, then you'll appreciate the enjoyable Isaiah for Airheads. After many years of personal study and preparations, John Bytheway has created and mapped out the "Isaiah National Forest." He offers the reader 'four guides, four trees and four keys - useful tools for approaching any Isaiah chapter, specifically those found in 2 Nephi. In addition, he explains latter-day relevance for each chapter and shows how these scriptures can strengthen our homes, families, and testimonies. A talk CD is included in the back of the hardcover book, featuring John's unique teaching style. After reading and listening to Isaiah for Airheads, you'll echo the feeling, "great are the words of Isaiah!" Of Pigs Pearls and Prodigals "This book would be a wonderful way to study the New Testament in conjunction with the Sunday School lessons. I can see families doing a different parable each week for Family Home Evening, for example." -The Association for Mormon Letters Listen to an interview with John Bytheway from The Cricket and Seagull Fireside Chat. MormonTimes.com article about Of Pigs, Pearls, and Prodigals by Trent Toone (Click Here) Enlighten your study of the New Testament! Bestselling author John Bytheway's fascination with the parables of Jesus Christ grew deeper after his first visit to the Holy Land, where he "beheld in high definition the backdrop for the life and teachings of the Savior." In this insightful volume, he discusses what he has learned about more than thirty parables, sharing cultural background and other information about them and offering ideas for how we can apply them today. Throughout, visual images clarify and enrich the discussion. Beginners and seasoned students alike will enjoy this lively and practical treatment of the Savior's parables.Righteous Warriors Excellent. I intend to use it in Sunday School and in my family. - Robert J. Matthews, former dean of Religious Education at BYU, former member of the Church's Scriptures Publication Committee. I consider this book to be one of the finest treatments of the war chapters in the Book of Mormon now available. Youth and adults alike will find the discussion, commentary, and application provided by this work to be extremely useful. - Robert L. Millet, former dean of Religious Education at BYU, co-author, Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon. Why are there so many wars in the Book of Mormon? Could it be that a book written "for our day" would have to prepare us to survive in a time of "wars and rumors of war," a time when Satan is at war with everything that is good? In this book, John Bytheway shows that what we often call the "war chapters" in the Book of Mormon are rich in gospel wisdom and spiritual insight. The pattern is clear: When the children of Lehi are successful, it's because they make covenants first and swords later. They pray mightily for help from God; then they go to work and fortify their cities. They fail only when they allow themselves to be enticed, decoyed, and distracted from what they should have been doing. Brother Bytheway shows that the stratagems of warfare are frighteningly similar to the stratagems Satan uses to ensnare God's children today. Spirited, lively, and insightful, this book illuminates a large section of the Book of Mormon that is sometimes overlooked.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609072650
  • Publisher: Deseret Book Company
  • Publication date: 8/13/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,323,657
  • File size: 5 MB

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