The Graphic Biblical Timeline is a graphic overview of the Story of redemption in ten richly illustrated and annotated panels. Take the amazing journey from Genesis to Revelation as we follow the redemptive history presented in the Scriptures. This is truly the epic to beat all epics, and the love story to beat all love stories.
Perfectly complimenting the Graphic Bible Timeline these notes include timeline concepts which consider the broad sweep of Scripture, giving a God’s-eye view from beginning to end. These concepts also include the covenants, the dispensations, types and shadows of the Messiah, and prophetic pictures which span the entire Bible plus other interesting ways of considering the Big Story. We look at Jesus in all the books of the Bible, and the powerful truth that we as believers are now playing a vital part in this ongoing history.
These notes explain the major shifts of power that took place during the 400 year silence between the final words of the Old Testament and the clarion cries of John the Baptist which open the New. Once over that bridge we take a broad overview of the books of the New Testament, considering their authors, authority and time of writing. As if this were not enough, the notes then explore the gospel writings of the four evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. We consider their similarities and distinctions, purpose for writing, key words, and the history of each of the writers. A broad timeline of events in the gospels is also included. Readers are encouraged to also download the Gospel Story Overview which explores in greater detail the collected content of the gospels writings.
The Gospel Story Illustrated Overview takes a novel and engaging look at the events outlined in the gospels, as a photo album of the holy family themselves. Included in this broadly chronological story book are lists of Jesus Miracles and Parables, as well as a look at each of Jesus chosen disciples. This is an exquisite document prepared with great thought and care, and a burning love for the material they cover.
The book of Acts portrays for us the roller coaster of early church history in graphic detail. In this beautiful 22 panel graphic overview each of the events and characters of Acts is placed in its context, with tons of historical and relevant information to aid the students understanding of these pioneering years. Who wrote which letters, and why. Where did Paul and the other disciples travel, and what occurred when they were there? A powerful and exciting study.
Second to Jesus Himself few men have had such impact and influence of the church and the world than the Apostle Paul. Used of the Holy Spirit to write almost two thirds of the New Testament his revelations of the atonement, and the awesome implications of the work of Christ for the believer, are undoubtedly some of the richest in the whole of the Bible. In this session of the Bible overview we consider each of Paul’s letters, why and when they were written, and to whom. From each letter we draw pertinent points of doctrine that impact our everyday life and walk with God, and with others.
As well as Paul’s preserved letters we also have a wonderful library of epistles by writers such as Peter, John, James and Jude (the Lord’s brothers), and the unknown writer to the Hebrews. Again, we cannot be thankful enough for these amazing insights into the early church life and doctrine. In this session we look in detail at these timeless writings, and draw encouragement from their words. Each letter is unwrapped, and rich and lasting insights from their contents are wonderfully discussed.
The Revelation Notes are also included in Module 9: The End Times module
The Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ has been considered a mystery to many because of its symbolic apocalyptic language, but there is much we can understand if we allow Scripture to interpret Scripture. In this session (which compliments the Revelation graphical overview) the main characters and symbols of this capstone of the New Testament are revealed and opened to our understanding.
The Graphical Overview of the Book of Revelation provides a visual guide to the contents of this amazing New Testament writing. Powerful imagery accompanies a timeline of events as revealed in John’s Apocalypse. Together with the Revelation Notes the Graphic Overview provides the student with a thorough grasp of this tremendous New Testament book.
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