The product of over forty Bible scholars and seven years' work, it is the most comprehensive study Bible ever created. Because the New Living Translation is already so clear, the notes don't need to explain the text but instead focus on bringing out the full meaning of the text, allowing the reader to understand the Bible more deeply than ever. Features include 25, 900 study notes (over 820, 000 words), maps, charts, illustrations, a word-study system, and much more. Feature details: Ten section introductions provide an overview of the literature and history of each section of the Bible, showing how the books are related to each other and to the rest of Scripture. Theme articles and person profiles (406 total) highlight recurring ideas and describe the lives of those who inhabit the pages of scripture. Also includes 100 Greek and 100 Hebrew word studies, 100 quotations from modern and ancient writers, and words of Christ in red. Another unique feature is that further reading is recommended at the end of each book and section introduction.Ps 103 This psalm celebrates the Lorda#39;s perfection, compassion, forgiveness, and goodness. The structure of the psalm is an acrostic poem, with one verse for each letterinthe Hebrew alphabet (see also Pss 9a10; 25, 34, 37, 38, 111, 112, 119, 145). ... 103:13 The is like a father to his children: This analogy forms the basisfor Jesusa#39; teaching about Goda#39;s fatherhood (seeMatt 5:43- 48; 6:1; 10:19-20; 12:50;anbsp;...
|Title||:||NLT Study Bible|
|Publisher||:||Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. - 2011-11-15|