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Bright Angel Church of Christ located in Las Vegas, Nevada

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Logos – Faithlife

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Online Bibles:

Biblia.com

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ESV Thompson Chain-Reference Bible

ESV Archeology Bible

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Strong’s

NIV Exhaustive Concordance

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Logos – Faithlife

Accordance

Olive Tree

Hebrew/Aramaic:

Hebrew and Greek Alphabet

Primary Tablet

InnovativeLanguage.com

HebrewPod101.com

Google Translate

Learning Biblical Hebrew: A New Approach Using Discourse Analysis

Introduction to Hebrew

Gesenius’s Hebrew Grammar

Gesenius’s Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament

The First Hebrew Primer

Introducing Biblical Hebrew

Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew

Biblical Hebrew Step by Step Volume 1

Biblical Hebrew Step by Step Volume 2

Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar

Handbook to Biblical Hebrew

Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar, Second Edition

Basics of Biblical Hebrew Workbook, Second Edition

Basics of Biblical Hebrew Video Lectures

Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew

A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax

Basics of Biblical Aramaic

An Introduction to Aramaic

The Dead Sea Scrolls

Greek:

Hebrew and Greek Alphabet

Primary Tablet

InnovativeLanguage.com

GreekPod101.com

Google Translate

BDAG

Greek Today

Greek Today Workbook

Reading Koine Greek

Koine Greek Reader

Greek Language – World Video Bible School – Instructor: John Moore. The required textbook for the class is Learn To Read New Testament Greek by David Alan Black. The “Greek Kit” is also available here.

New Testament Greek Primer

New Testament Greek Intermediate

Fundamentals of New Testament Greek

Fundamentals of New Testament Greek: Workbook

Kairos: A Beginning Greek Grammar

New Testament Greek

A Greek Grammar

Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, Third Edition

Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook, Third Edition

Basics of Biblical Greek Video Lectures

Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics Pack

A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek

Biblical Greek Exegesis

Syriac:

Basics of Classical Syriac Pack

Compendious Syriac Grammar

A Compendious Syriac Dictionary

Syriac Grammar

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Audio Sermons – Found on the Bright Angel Church of Christ website.

Life Choices – By JB Myers. Includes sermon notes.

Christian Courier – A journal dedicated to the investigation of biblical doctrine.

Join Christian Courier Today – It will “Fortify Your Faith.”

Apologetics Press

Gospel Advocate

G.E. Watkins.net

Dewayne Bryant – Looking at All Things Biblically

DewayneBryant.com

Gospel Broadcasting Network

Polishing the Pulpit

World Video Bible School®

The Truth in Love

Truth in Love Lectureship

Healthy Christian Home

Sain Publications

Bible Land Passages

Winkler Publications

The Colley House

House to House Heart to Heart

A Legacy of Faith

The Light Network

Good News Today

Bible Places

The Truth About

Radically Christian

R16:16

Walking with Fire

WordPoints

In Search of the Lord’s Way

The Gospel Way

Executable Outlines

3 Comments

  1. Question concerning prayer and Divine intercession/intervention. Are we as Christians when we pray expecting the Divine to intervene in our behalf or someone’s behalf? Would that be expecting a miracle? If not, why not? However, miracles have ceased. They have been done away with. Therefore, to ask for a miracle would seem to be foolish. To expect a miracle would be a sign of insanity. Many Christians are dying for example of severe diseases. Many prayers for the Divine to intervene in their behalf are made without success. How do I know this? Look at the sick list with any congregation. Look at the number of people dying in spite of prayer. Are there no righteous men? The prayers of righteous men avail much/little, but men, women and children just keep on dying. Are we asking amiss? How can we ask for something we don’t believe in and expect a miracle which no longer exists in this day and age? We pray for the doctors attending the patient, but if the doctor is competent does he need that prayer? However, if he is incompetent, then it would require a miracle to overcome his incompetence. Help me with my immaturity, ignorance, lunacy. Sincerely perplexed !!!

    1. Hello, thank you for waiting and once again, thank you for your questions and comments. Yes, miracles have ceased. They were to confirm the word of God being preached. (Hebrews 2:4) Mounce’s Expository Dictionary says the words “bore witness” in the ESV means “to join in according testimony; to support by testimony, to confirm, sanction.” When we pray for others, we are asking God to intervene on their behalf. The LORD wants us to communicate with Him, to have a personal relationship with Him and with others around us. In James 5:16, the ESV footnote says, “The effective prayer of a righteous person has great power.” The ESV text says “The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.” This does not refer to miraculous power, as you have accurately said miracles have ceased. I like to use the word “providence.” The concepts of miracles and providence are in the post, “Kingdom and Church.” The best attempt I can make about your comment about prayers being made without success might be to ask the question, “Why does God allow bad things to happen if He loves us?” I watched a video this morning exploring this question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5hqpGO-0FQ. I would also like to invite you to look at the posts, “The Whole Armor of God,” “Deerfoot Prayer Series,” and “Prayer.” I hope this information helps you. May the LORD bless you.

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