Active study of the Bible does not require anything supernatural. It is easy when you learn the basic principles of using couples bible study books. Here are five couples bible study books that you should consider having.
1. Couples Bible Study Books in 90 days.
In this book, Chris Tigrin guides the reader through Scripture. He reflects on how each story and theme, like mosaic details, finds its place in God’s literary masterpiece of love, faith, and salvation. In concise, the author shows what is in God’s heart and helps to rethink the great story that he writes in the life of every person. However, the Book size is: 21.5 x 15.5 cm, 276 pages.
2. Together With Christ: A Dating Couples Devotional: 52 Devotions and Bible Studies to Nurture Your Relationship.
This textbook contains 67 lessons on general issues related to the Bible as a whole. However, the lessons in a concise and capacious form provide all the necessary information about each book: information about the author, time and place of writing, historical situation, theme, and features of the book. As a result, the publication can be used not only as a textbook on Bible study but also as a reference manual on various issues related to the Bible. For individuals who study the scriptures, as well as for a wide range of readers interested in the Bible.
3. A Couple’s Guide to a Growing Marriage: A Couples Bible Study Books.
However, there is no other book of the Bible that reveals so much the fact that God controls the course of history like the book of Daniel. Today, when there are rapid changes in political unions and new world forces are emerging, every Christian must turn to the Word of God in order to know His purpose and perspective. In other words, God used a Jewish youth captured to serve at the court of the kings of Babylon so that he would prophesy about the rise and fall of every kingdom that ever ruled the world.
Daniel foresaw the last kingdom, which was yet to be. Maybe the foundations of this kingdom are being laid right now? Yogi Cho presents a complete, chapter by chapter, interpretation of prophet Daniel. However, this book not only contains prophetic keys to understanding the course of history, but the very person of Daniel is the best example for anyone who wants to boldly and confidently serve God. As a result, the author’s comments and his understanding reveal how practical and appropriate this ancient book is today.
4. Apostle Paul and the faithfulness of God. Volume 1.
This work is the fourth volume of the series “The Origins of Christianity and the Question of God.” In this book, N. T. Wright offers a detailed study of the cultural, political, social, and philosophical contexts of the Greco-Roman and Jewish worlds of Paul to show their influence on the worldview and theology of the apostle. The author also gives good coverage of the main contemporary discussions on many academic issues related to Paul’s theology. Most of the New Testament scholars and students are likely to find this book fundamental to the study of Paul’s epistles for many years. The book is addressed to professionals and anyone interested in New Testament research.