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Product NameOne Perfect Life: The Complete Story Of The Lord Jesus
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AuthorJohn F. MacArthur
Page Count528
BindingHardcover
Published03/04/2013
Long DescriptionRead the best news the world has ever been given about the most significant life in all history―Jesus Christ.  In One Perfect Life , Dr. John MacArthur shares with us the complete story of the Eternal Christ from Genesis to Revelation. Using Matthew as the base text, Dr. MacArthur blends the gospels and other biblical material about Jesus into one continuous story that will help you better understand Scripture and grow stronger in your faith. No other harmony of the Gospels includes such extensive study notes to help you unpack the meaning of each verse. Features include: Verse-by-verse explanations from one of the most important pastor-teachers of our time, Every verse connected to Christ from Genesis to Revelation, A harmony of the Gospels that demonstrates the inerrancy of Scripture, New King James translation
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