Paul and the Prison Epistles (Smart Guide To The Bible Series)
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About "Paul and the Prison Epistles (Smart Guide To The Bible Series)"
Some of the most joy-filled books in the New Testament were written from a small, dark prison cell. Although hungry, cold, and scarred, Paul exalted his savior's love and grace to the Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. How was Paul able to rest so securely? And how can you today? "The Smart Guide to the Bible(TM): Paul and the Prison Epistles" will brighten your life by illuminating how God is with you in all your circumstances. You'll be uplifted by Paul's instructions for finding joy in suffering, engaging in spiritual warfare, receiving God's love, living out your faith, and so much more. You, too, will be able to rejoice in the Lord always ^Be Smart About: Pauls' Circumstances Joy No Matter What Spiritual Warfare God's Grace Why Paul Wrote His letters Living Out Your Faith
Meet the Authors
Larry Richards has been teaching the Bible in local churches for more than forty years, and he has written more than two hundred books, including textbooks and study Bibles. He has been named a Distinguished Educator by the North American Professors of Christian Education. His Every series with Nelson, which includes Every Angel and Every Teaching of Jesus, bring the wealth and wonder of God's Word to every reader. He has also edited and written The Smart Guide to the Bible series. Larry lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife, Sue, who is also an author.
Kathy Collard Miller
Kathy Collard Miller, is a sought-after speaker at women's events. Together they are a strong team at retreats and conferences for couples. Larry Miller is an author, a speaker, and a retired police lieutenant for the Huntington Beach Police Department in California. When he's not writing or speaking, you'll find him on the golf course. Kathy has written forty-eight books and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs. Her passion is to make the Bible come alive and to empower women to live in their inheritance in Christ as Daughters of the King.