La Bible n’est pas qu’un livre qui se lit. C’est un livre qui se vit et dont on fait l’expérience. Grâce à de sublimes photographies provenant des quatre coins du monde, découvrez les évangiles retranscrits de manière unique et moderne afin de partager la vie, le message et la pertinence de Jésus pour le monde d’aujourd’hui.
Car la Bible n’est pas qu’un livre qui se lit, c’est un livre identitaire et singulier Qui Se Vit et dont on fait l’expérience.’
Les 4 évangiles dans un seul volume, illustrés de photos et comprenant des pages thématiques. Le Nouveau Testament comme vous ne l’avez jamais vu, vous aidera à visualiser, à vous rappeler et à vous connectez avec les récits, les mots et les thèmes de la Bible pour grandir dans votre relation à Jésus et à son Église. Utilisant la traduction Parole de Vie et des photographie pour donner vie aux personnages et aux récits principaux, cette Bible moderne et immersive est une ressource de qualité pour les croyants et pour les responsables des églises locales. C’est un outil pour équiper la jeunesse de l’Église et les nouveaux chrétiens d’une plus grande compréhension de la vie et des enseignements de Jésus.
Date de parution : octobre 2019
Auteur(s) : Collectif
Traduction : La Bible Parole de Vie
320 pages, 18,9 x 24,6 cm, 500 g
ISBN : 9782375590072
Editeur : Editions Scriptura
Qu’est-ce que la Bible ? Comment choisir sa Bible ? Pourquoi existe-t-il différentes versions ?
Rencontres, ateliers, conférences et animations, le passionnant qui-quoi-qu’est-ce de LA BIBLE c’est en mars !
Pendant tout un mois, votre libraire préféré sera votre ami et votre conseiller !
Tout un mois pour (re)découvrir la fascinant langage de la Bible !
L’ Alliance biblique française ainsi que le Syndicat des Libraires de Littérature Religieuse sont heureux de vous présenter le Mois de la Bible, un événement d’envergure nationale.
En effet, pendant tout le mois de mars, la Bible sera mise à l’honneur dans de nombreuses librairies chrétiennes participantes à l’opération.
Votre libraire se fera (évidemment) une joie de répondre à toutes vos questions concernant la Bible. Car nous savons qu’il n’est pas si facile de bien choisir une Bible et que de nombreux questionnements restent parfois sans réponse. C’est pourquoi, votre libraire vous orientera vers la Bible la plus adaptée à vos besoins ou aux besoins de votre entourage. Il vous remettra pour l’occasion :
Dans le cadre du Mois de la Bible 2020, la librairie UOPC accueillera le Fr. R. Ferdinand Poswisk osb pour parler Knowhowsphere. Il s’agit d’un moteur de recherche autour de la Bible de Maredsous et des titres de la Bibliothèque de l’Abbaye de Maredsous.
Comment lire et bien comprendre le texte biblique
Pour le Mois de la Bible, le directeur de la Société Biblique francophone de Belgique animera 1 soirée à l’Eglise Chrétienne Evangélique à La Louvière. Au programme, un module interactif adultes & enfants pour nous aider à lire et bien comprendre le texte biblique. En partenariat avec la Société Biblique Francophone de Belgique.
Sandwich – débat sur la traduction de la Bible
Mme Katie BADIE (directrice éditoriale des Éditions Bibli’O et Bibliste) interviendra sur le travail de traduction de la Bible, le 5 mars à l’Institut Protestant de Théologie à Paris.
No matter to which denomination a person belongs, the bible should be their first and most important Guide, trusting it is the infallible Word of God and the Source for life given by the Most Almighty, showing us the Way to God, letting us know what went wrong with mankind and showing God’s Plan and His solution for this world.
The Bible should be are Daily Food, giving us the opportunity to restore the relationship between us and God.
- Self-development, self-control, meditation, beliefs and spirituality
- We may not be ignorant to get wisdom
- Trusting, Faith, calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #3 Voice of God #2 Instructions and Laws
- Trusting, Faith, calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #3 Voice of God #3 A voice to be taken Seriously
- May reading the Bible provoke us into action to set our feet on the narrow way
- Bible, God’s Word to edify (ERV)
- True God giving His Word for getting wisdom
- Bric-a-brac of the Bible
- We should use the Bible every day
- Feed Your Faith Daily
- Daily portion of heavenly food
- Memorizing wonderfully 4 Starter verses
- Memorizing wonderfully 19 Seasons and purpose Fearing God
- Summer time to spend some more time at the growing process of your faith
- God’s how to manual
- All Scripture
- The Bible
- Use Your Bible
- Choosing to Set our Focus on Things Above
- Chewing on the Word
- The Sufficiency of Scripture
- Bread of Life Discourse
Today we’re looking at 2 Timothy 3:16
Today’s New International Version (TNIV)
All scripture is God-breathed and is useful for
- training in righteousness
Every part of scripture is God-breathed and is useful one way or another —
- showing us truth
- exposing our rebellion
- correcting our mistakes
- training us to live God’s way
New Living Translation (NLT)
All scripture is inspired by God and is useful to
- teach us what is true…
- make us realize what is wrong in our lives…
- correct us when we are wrong…
- teach us to do what is right
My very loose paraphrase
All scripture has its point of origin in God’s mind, and
- shows us the path God would have us walk
- highlights when and where we’ve gotten off the path
- points the way back to the path
- gives us the advice we need to keep from wandering off the…
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Grant R. Osborne, professor emeritus of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, author of numerous books, including The Hermeneutical Spiral: A Comprehensive Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, and multiple commentary volumes, including the Osborne New Testament Commentaries (Lexham Press) says
one of the great needs of the church today is to feed the flock and get our people into the word of God. It seems there is less and less of the Bible in church life. Some pastors even believe down deep that the Bible is somewhat boring, and that expository messages don’t cut it. I want to show in my classroom that this isn’t true, and that God’s word preached correctly is scintillating and meaningful.
In Christianity pastors or preachers should be followers of Christ Jesus and spread the Good News of the coming Kingdom of God. Their first and most important book in their preaching should be the Greatest Book of all, the Bible.
It is not bad to look back at the several people who also tried to be a servant of Christ or to be a servant of God. But the main focus of the preaching may not be on the words of those previous preachers, but always should focus on the Words of God. Too often that is forgotten in several churches, where they shout only a few quotes from Scriptures and fill the main service with their own words and with music, in the hope to entertain the people in their church.
Today we have to ask all those elders, presbyters, expositors to come to preach That Most Important Word. all those who hope to have some mega church running should better remember those who did their best to bring the Word of God to the people: The evangelists in the Second and First Great Awakenings and the Reformers who preached the Word, like the apostle Paul preached followed Jesus who also preached the Word, him following Isaiah, Ezra and so many man of God who where not afraid to preach the Word of God.
Martin Luther = main spark to Protestant Reformation <= 95 Theses > because the Word was unleashed.
William Tyndale, John Hus, + many others executed for translating or preaching the Word in people’s language.
Roman Catholic Church prevented Catholics from reading the Word themselves + from possessing a Bible > restricted for a thousand years.
Read word for soul’s health > solace
expository preaching > involves exposition, or comprehensive explanation, of Scripture => presenting meaning + intent of biblical text, providing commentary + examples => passage clear + understandable ==> expose meaning of the Bible, verse by verse.
Knowing the blood of the martyrs soaks the ground under thousands of stakes, how dare we insert our own words, opinions, fads, and stunts onto the pulpit? Men died for this Word to be preached. Jesus as the Word suffered and absorbed all God’s wrath for the elect so this word would go out and be preached.
- The Reformation shows us why we need expository preaching
- St. Luke: An Expositional and Devotional Commentary” by William Klock
- How Relevant is Your Church?
- 1810 5vols The Family Expositor or A Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament
- The Protestant Reformation and the Reformers: The Truth Restored
- Was the Reformers’ Gospel something new?
- A Swiss Reformer
- The Human Reformer: Martin Luther Struggled With Depression and Nightmares
- Scripture Alone, for the Reformers and us!
The End Time
With the 500th year anniversary of the Reformation coming upon us October 31, many people are looking to history and learning Martin Luther and his the men that came before him.
Martin Luther is generally acknowledged to have been a main spark to the Protestant Reformation. Protestant comes from the word protest, which Luther’s 95 Theses sparked against the Roman Catholic Church’s excesses of indulgences (sin absolution for hire) and other abuses.
The Reformation didn’t happen because Martin Luther put the 95 Theses on the door to Wittenberg Chapel. It happened because the Word was unleashed. ~Mark McAndrew, North Avenue Church
Here, John MacArthur explains in a 1:33 clip How unhindered access to God’s Word changed history.
William Tyndale, John Hus, and many others were executed for translating or preaching the Word in the people’s language. The Roman Catholic Church prevented the Catholics from reading the Word themselves and…
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The execution of William Tyndale, who translated most of the Old Testament into English, in 1536. ‘It was the translation of the Bible into the vernacular, a project at the heart of the Reformation, that opened up the stories of the Hebrew scriptures to ordinary people,’ writes Giles Fraser.
On 24 October 2017 sister Caroline Peel and brother Jan Tim went to hear at St Paul’s cathedral Melvin Bragg on the work of William Tyndale (followed by a further talk by a Jane Williams on the implications of being able to read the Bible for yourself and dying for your faith). Chaired by Canon Mark Oakley you may find the event recorded at St Paul’s Cathedral well worth a listen.
William Tyndale gave us the Bible in English, and died for it. His passion was to put the Bible into the hands of everyone so that we could read it for ourselves. Executed as a heretic in 1536 for translating the Bible, within a few years his translation was in every church in England. Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster, novelist, and biographer of Tyndale, and Jane Williams, theologian, explore what difference he made to our lives.
Also of interest
- Reading the Reformation
- Reformation Heroes In 200 words: William Tyndale (1494-1536)
- What is the Protestant Reformation? 4 Reasons and 9 Resources for Digging Into This Recovery of the Gospel
- The Reformation shows us why we need expository preaching
- The Mailbag: What is Reformation Day?
- Discover Your Heroic Spiritual Ancestors
- “Let us never forget that the English Bible was made with blood!”
- The Theological Backbone of William Tyndale (1494 – 1536)
- Morning Prayer 10.6.17, William Tyndale & Miles Coverdale, Bible Translators, 1536, 1568
- William Tyndale (by Archaic Obsessions)
- William Tyndale: God’s OutlawTyndale, Executed in 1536 for translating the Bible into English for Ordinary folk.
- William Tyndale – Criminal or Christian martyr?
- A Love Song For William Tyndale
- Amoris Laetitia: a Lutheran View
- Truth in translation
- William Tyndale
- Thank you William Tyndale!
- The Most Dangerous Thing Luther Did
- Reformation500: Reformers After Luther
- Resources for Reading on the Reformation
A truth many should have carved deep in their heart.
“Selkirk reading his Bible” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
From the beginning of times man has received the free will to choose. The Maker of everything also provided a solution against the rebellion of man, who thought their Maker withhold something from them. After their act of adversary their Divine Maker provide for a solution against the curse of death and was willing to guide man with His Word. That Bible Word of God, inspired and infallible, is now available in more than 2500 languages.
Mankind should give green light to that Book of books, the Bestseller of all times, which gives us an insight in the Plan of God and offers a map or guide to the entrance gate of the Kingdom of God where those who want to be children of God can find non-ending life.
Reading in that Book of books, which entrails all wisdom we do need to have, shall give us more than any other book of ordinary man.
- success > Read > Study = improve your mind, increase your knowledge or calm your spirit
- reading the Bible = stories of love, stories of war + specific battles, stories of family feuds, rape, adultery, stories of heart broken people, stories about egotistical kings, jealous kings and kings gone mad = lot of stuff in the Bible.
- Read something positive every day.
- Know what’s going on in the world = read international news or get it from TV, internet
- or whatever source you choose. Successful people are aware of what is going on around them.
- Read material that will help you be a better …
- reading opens window to the world = opens your mind + allows new thoughts to enter, new ideas born
God’s wisdom for the believer brings peace
- A voice and a Word given for wisdom
- Bible a guide – Bijbel als gids
- Colour-blindness and road code
- the Bible – God’s guide for life #1 Introduction
- the Bible – God’s guide for life #2 Needs in life
- To create a great journey
- Solution against curse of death
- God Our Refuge
- Jehovah steep rock and fortress, source of insight
- Counterfeit Gospels
- Necessary to be known all over the earth
- Is God behind all suffering here on earth
- Best intimate relation to look for
- Know Who goes with us and don’t try to control life
- In the night His song shall be with me
- So Many Voices ~ So Many Lies
- God Loving Us
- Your Word for This Day: “Jehovah Guides Me”
- The Battle Is the Lord
- Find out for yourself
- My Daily Bread –
- Not Believing
- Whose Fool Are You?
- Straight Outta Context Series
- Go on trusting in God’s future grace.
- Lord, could I have a moment of your time, please?
- When Christians Get it Wrong
- More Ways Than Jesus? Of course, but…
- Philippians 4:13
- Bible Fun Fact
- Master Plan #1 // Choosing Your Study
- It is time to let churches die.
You want to be a success? Read. Better yet, STUDY. Study anything that will improve your mind, increase your knowledge or calm your spirit. The visual in the header here is an inspirational read that may calm your spirit or encourage your soul.
I highly recommend reading the Bible; anywhere in the Old Testament is a good start. There are stories of love, stories of war and specific battles, stories of family feuds, rape, adultery, the stories of heart broken people, stories about egotistical kings, jealous kings and kings gone mad. There is a lot of stuff in the Bible.
Read something positive every day.
Know what’s going on in the world, either read international news or get it from the TV, the internet or whatever source you choose. Successful people are aware of what is going on around them.
I enjoy reading the autobiographies of successful people. I find…
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