Get at-a-glance information on every ancient Hebrew king and prophet—from Saul to Malachi! Fitting easily into most Bibles, this handy reference guide provides fascinating facts, as well as detailed maps, charts, and timelines representing more than 500 years of Old Testament history. A must-have supplement! Measures 8.5″ x 5.5″; unfolds to 38″ long.
Booklets & Pamphlets
The book of Ruth is a love story. It is a love story between Ruth and Boaz, one that illustrates the love and loyalty between God and his people. This Ruth Bible study emphasizes God’s unfailing love, loyalty, and faithfulness in all circumstances and it encourages the reader to have the kindness of Ruth and [...]
From the Prologue: We often complain nowadays that to live according to God s commandments is a difficult struggle. We think that to be truly Christian we have to fast, pray, give alms and perform other such virtuous acts. And as we ponder over the trouble we have to take to be virtuous and live [...]
Booklets & Pamphlets
Names of the Holy Spirit – 32 Names of the Holy Spirit and Their MeaningsThe Holy Spirit has many names in the Bible, and each name will help you understand more about the power and work of God in your life. In Names of the Holy Spirit, you will see 32 names of the Holy Spirit from [...]
From the Prologue: Oftentimes we look at sin through two completely different lenses. Prior to committing a sin, we view it through the lens of insensibility, and thus consider the sin to be entirely natural. However, after it has been committed, we look at the same sin through the lens of despair, which magnifies it [...]
From the Prologue: Repentance is man’s return to God. It is a change-of-heart in the nous from the darkness of sin to the light of Christ. The beginning of this journey is “the awareness of our errors, which is a great opportunity for us to attract divine mercy. This is why the Prophet David says [...]
This small book is about Holy Baptism, the Mystery of man’s birth in Christ. Its aim is to make known the divine gifs that we received when we were baptized, so that subsequently we may participate in this holy Mystery with corresponding reverence and fear of God.