Find the Holy Spirit throughout the Bible. Dr. Jack Hayford, founding pastor of The Church on the Way, has led a team of anointed leaders to produce the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible. Even after more than twenty years, the Spirit-Filled Life Bible offers a fresh look at the Scriptures and the work of the Holy Spirit. This Bible addresses important issues of Spirit-filled living in the context of solid biblical scholarship.
- Kingdom Dynamic—41 themes throughout the Scripture that give us values as we advance the gospel throughout the world
- Word Wealth—More than 550 key terms defined and brought to life pulling the language from the original Greek and Hebrew to everyday English
- Truth-In-Action—Practical charts pulling out practical application from every book of the Bible
- Detailed book introductions to each of the 66 books of the Bible
- Verse-by-verse study notes
Spirit-Filled Life Bibles sold to date: More than 2 million
|Contributor(s)||Jack Hayford (General Editor)|
|About the Contributor(s)||Jack Hayford (General Editor)
Dr. Jack Hayford is the founder and Chancellor of The King’s University, and founding pastor of The Church on the Way in Van Nuys, California, where he served as senior pastor for more than three decades. Since becoming pastor emeritus, this “pastor to pastors” has focused his efforts on issues of church leadership and pastoral ministry through the Jack W. Hayford School of Pastoral Nurture. Pastor Hayford has penned more than 50 books and composed 500 hymns and choruses.
|Release Date||Jun 11, 2013|
|Who It's For||Men, Women|
- Review by Jenn
This Bible contains many different features I look for in a study Bible. First of all, the introduction for each book is loaded with information. The introductions include author information, date, theme, key words (thematic), background, a summary of the content, personal application, an outline, and information on how the Holy Spirit is presented in each individual book. My favorite part of the introduction for each book, however, is the section entitled, "Christ Revealed." This section shows how Christ is presented in every single book of the Bible. I love this concept, as I feel like it helps readers see the continuity of this Great Book--it ties the story of our redemption together like a single thread running throughout the entire Bible. Secondly, the Bible notes explain various terms. Throughout this Bible, over 500 different terms are defined. These Word Wealth sections refer to Strong's Concordance and also give the English spelling of the original Greek or Hebrew word. Thirdly, I enjoy various thematic notes, which this Bible also has with its "Kingdom Dynamics" sections. These particular notes further explain a passage in terms of a particular theme. There are forty-one themes throughout the study Bible, and some of them are Growing in Knowing God, The Blood of the Covenant, Intercession, The Call to Unity, Traits of Spiritual Leadership, Lifestyle Stewardship, Prophetic Dreams and Visions in Scripture, and The Reconciling Ministry. The study notes do come from the perspective of believing that the gifts should be in full operation today. So, depending upon your thoughts in that area, you might not agree with all of the the study notes. However, I do like that in the notes different viewpoints are explained. For instance, in that sometimes controversial passage of Acts chapter 2, the author of the study notes clearly explains all the different interpretations of the work of the Holy Spirit in that chapter. I'm okay with that, and I appreciate that they do that in lieu of just stating one interpretation. Lastly, the book is chock full of cross references, charts, graphs, and wraps up each individual book through a section called "Truth in Action."
I am thrilled to be able to use this Bible to grow in my own walk with the Lord. I definitely recommend this wonderful study Bible.
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