Letters of Love : From Peter, John, and Jude
Series: The Passion Translation
Author: Brian Simmons
Peter’s letters offer triumphant hope and grace to set you free—strengthening your faith and empowering your heart to soar. No matter what may be passing through in your life today, power from on high will help you overcome. Let Peter’s letters show you the way to love unending!
John always points us back to the most important virtue of all: God’s love. He teaches us that nothing can defeat the love of God and that only perfect love has the power to cast out fear from our hearts. The truth of John’s letters is a tapestry of love, woven into our lives as we yield to God. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to carry this message of love into all the world.
In only twenty-five verses Jude gives us a message that is desperately needed in this hour. We must beware of teachings that are false and harmful. Keeping ourselves in the love of God and holding fast to Christ alone will ensure a bright future. Jude points us to the God of glory who will strengthen us in all things to remain faithful in days of increasing darkness.
Related Product: 9781424553136
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC
96Pages / Publication Date: 20161101
Subject: BIB018030-BIBLES / Other Translations / New Testament & Portions,BIB018000-BIBLES / Other Translations / General,REL012040-RELIGION / Christian Life / Inspirational
About The Author:
DR. BRIAN SIMMONS is known as a passionate lover of God. After a dramatic conversion to Christ, Brian knew that God was calling him to go to the unreached people of the world and present the gospel of God’s grace to all who would listen. With his wife, Candice, and their three children, he spent nearly eight years in the tropical rain forest of the Darien Province of Panama as a church planter, translator, and consultant. Brian was involved in the Paya-Kuna New Testament translation project and studied linguistics and Bible translation principles with New Tribes Mission. Brian is now working to complete a new translation of the Scripture from the ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek.