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An excellent first Bible study guide for the novice, and a great reference for the mature Bible reader.

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Promises of God Study Guide Series provides a chapter-by-chapter Bible summary – not a commentary – not an interpretation – in a refreshingly clear easy-reading format that makes the Word of God understandable to readers of all ages and reading abilities. The series has been especially well received by the deaf community, those who, in general, have difficulty understanding the Bible, new believers, and those who simply love reading God's Word. 


Volume 1 --
 
ISBN: 1591603846 (DISCONTINUED)

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(also available on CD seven-volume collection - see information below)Part 1 – In The BeginningPart 2 – Fulfilling A PromisePart 3 – A Fresh Start In A New LandPart 4 – Judges 

Volume 2 -- ISBN: 159160818X (DISCONTINUED)
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(also available on CD seven-volume collection - see information below)

Part 5 – Kings 


Volume 3 --
ISBN: 1594671915 (DISCONTINUED)

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(also available on CD seven-volume collection - see information below)Part 6 – Prophets 

Volume 4 -- ISBN: 1594677603 (DISCONTINUED)
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(also available on CD seven-volume collection - see information below)

Part 7 - Faith StoriesPart 8 – David and Solomon 

Volume 5 -- (available only in seven-volume collection on CD or by email - see information below)
Part 8: The Gospels 

Volume 6: --(available only in seven-volume collection on CD or by email - see information below)
Part 10 – ActsPart 11 - Epistles 

Volume 7: -- (available only in seven-volume collection on CD or by email - see information below)

Part 12 – Revelation

(Includes the book of Daniel chapters 7-12)

Sample Table of Contents excerpt from Volume 5 - the Gospels:
 

Matthew 10:

Jesus sends His chosen Twelve on a mission with authority

The Twelve go, as they are – no extra supplies of any kind

The Twelve heal the sick, raise the dead, heal lepers, and cast out demons

Jesus tells the Twelve to stay with worthy people as they travel

Greet welcoming people with Peace

When persecuted, do not worry about what to say

The Holy Spirit gives the right words at the right time

Brother will betray brother

Fathers will betray their children – and children their fathers

Do not fear man – who can only destroy the body

Fear God – who can destroy both body and soul

The Father knows everything – ever hair on our head is numbered

Jesus came to bring division – not peace

Acknowledge Jesus as Lord on earth – He will acknowledge you in heaven

Must forfeit your life in order to gain eternal life

God rewards generosity and hospitality

 

Matthew 11:

Jesus finishes instructing His Twelve

Jesus preaches throughout Galilee

John the Baptist sends his disciples to question Jesus

Jesus identifies John the Baptist as the Elijah referred to in the Scriptures

People call Jesus a glutton and a drunk

Jesus proclaims woes upon the unrepentant

Jesus praises the Father for revealing His truths to little children

God hides His truth from the worldly wise and learned

The Father has given the Son everything

Jesus offers rest to the weary and burdened

Jesus has a gentle and humble heart – learn of Him

Jesus’ yoke is easy and His burden is light

Find rest for your soul in Jesus

 

 

Sample excerpt from Volume 5 - the Gospels

 

John 14

 

    Jesus told His disciples not to let their hearts be troubled, but rather, to believe in God and believe in Him.  There are many mansions in the Father’s house, and Jesus told His disciples He was going to prepare a place for them.  Since He was going to prepare a place for them, He said He would also return to take them with Him, so they could be together; and, He told them that they already knew where He was going.

    Thomas said they did not know where He was going, and asked how they could know the way.  Jesus said, “I am the way and the truth and the life.  No one comes to the Father, but through me.” (NIV – John 14:6 – emphasis added).  If they had known Him, Jesus said they would have also known the Father.  In fact, Jesus told them from then on they knew the Father and had seen Him.

    Philip told Jesus that if He would just show them the Father that would be enough for them, but Jesus asked Philip how He could have been with them so long without them recognizing Him.  Jesus told them that when they saw Him they saw the Father.  Jesus asked Philip if he did not believe that He was in the Father; and the Father was in Him.  Jesus revealed that the words He had spoken were not His own – it was the Father living in Him doing His works.

    Since Jesus was going to the Father, He told His disciples they would do even greater works than they had seen Him do.  Whatever they asked for in His name, He said He would do to glorify the Father.  Jesus reiterated to His disciples that He would do anything they asked for in His name; but cautioned them to obey His commandments, if they loved Him

    When they looked at Jesus, He told them they were also looking at the Father.  Jesus then asked Philip if he did not believe that He was in the Father, and that the Father was in Him.  Jesus told them that the words He had spoken to them were not His own – they were the Father’s words – it was the Father living in Him that performed the miraculous works.

    Since Jesus was going to the Father, He told His disciples they would do even greater works then He had done.  Jesus said again that He would do whatever they asked for in His name, in order to glorify the Father.

    Again, Jesus said He would do anything they asked in His name – but again instructed them to obey His commandments if they loved Him.  If they obeyed His commandments, Jesus said He would pray to the Father for them, and the Father would send another Helper – the Spirit of truth – to be with them forever.

    The world could not receive the Spirit of truth, Jesus said, because the world did not know Him or seek Him; but Jesus told His disciples they knew Him, because He lived among them; and would live in them.

    Even though the world would not see Him after a short time, He would not abandon His disciples as orphans – He would return to them.  When He did return, they would know He was in the Father, the Father was in Him, and He was in them.  Then He again repeated that if they obeyed His commandments, it showed that they loved Him; and if they loved Him, the Father would love them, and Jesus said He would love them and reveal Himself to them.

    The disciple Judas (not Iscariot) asked Jesus why He was going to reveal Himself to them, but not the world.  Jesus repeated that anyone who loved Him would obey Him; then the Father would love them, and Jesus and the Father would come to live in them.  Those who did not love Jesus would not obey His commands, which really came from the Father who had sent Him.

    Jesus spoke all His words while living with His disciples, but Jesus told them the Father was sending the Holy Spirit (the Helper – Comforter) in the name of Jesus to teach them all things, and to remind them of everything He had told them.  Then Jesus said, “Peace I leave with you; My Peace I give to you; not as the world gives, do I give to you.  Let not your heart be troubled, nor let it be afraid.” (KJV – emphasis added)

    Jesus reminded them that He was going away, but would return to them.  If they loved Him, they would be rejoicing, because He was going to the Father; who was greater than He was.  Jesus had been telling His disciples of future events so they would believe when they saw them happening.  Jesus said He would not speak to them much longer, because the ruler of this world, who had no part of Him, was coming so the world would know that He loved the Father by His obedience to the Father.

    After speaking those things, Jesus invited His disciples to get up and leave the upper room with Him.

 

 
Promises of God Study Guide Series - Seven-volume Collection
(Available on CD or by email only -- in Microsoft Word 2003 and .PDF file formats)
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“The timely topic of God’s promises is presented beautifully in Denny Aaberg’s summarization of God’s Word. This book is a wonderful tool for new converts who desire a roadmap when navigating the Word of God—especially those who are unfamiliar with the Bible. I wholeheartedly endorse this book for new member’s classes, youth groups, and anyone who has a love for God’s Word, period!”

 

Pastor Gail Y. Spratt

Shiloh Temple Brooklyn Park

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

 

 

“Finally, a hands-on quick reference and study guide for all Bible readers. The superb purpose behind Aaberg’s Promises of God Study Guide Series effectively reaches out to information and inquiry seeking students of God’s Word beyond fundamental levels.”

 

Bishop Richard D. Howell, Jr.

Presiding Prelate

Shiloh Temple International Ministries

Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

"The Promises of God Study Guide Series has helped me understand the Bible better.  It makes God's Word eaiser to read and understand for deaf people, which helps us reach them for the Lord."

 

Minister Ann M. Dimmick

Deaf Ministry

 

"Surely, the Holy Ghost has inspired Minister Dennis Aaberg to present this outstanding companion to the Bible.  You will be introduced to a wealth of knowledge, and your walk with Christ will be enhanced as you pick up this study guide.  You will experience themes of love, forgiveness, hope, and charity, and be reminded that we are not without hope, no matter what our circumstances.  As you study, allow yourself to draw close to God, and you will certainly feel His presence."

 

Josephine Howell

Sunday School Coordinator

 

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