Discover the rich meaning of the Greek words used in the New Testament!
Doc Watson masterfully reveals insightful meanings and makes them practical for application. Words matter, but the words of the Bible matter most. And in a day when words don't seem to mean much, the need for complete understanding of God's words for belief and practice has never been more critical.
For each day of the year, Watson presents a brief word study and then offers an application to make that particular Greek word become real for practical living. To aid reinforcement, each day's devotion ends with Scriptures for study to apply the truth learned that day.
Doc Watson fulfills his desire of many years to provide daily devotions that not only contain deep spiritual truth, but also are easy to read and understand. In our day of relativism, the absolutes of God's Word (and words) are desperately needed. These brief devotionals will enrich the mind, stir the soul, and empower the life of God's people.
J.D. "Doc" Watson is currently the pastor of Grace Bible Church in Meeker, Colorado, where he has ministered since 1986. His driving passion is the exposition of the Word of God as the sole and sufficient authority in all matters, The second and third loves of his life are his wife Debbie and their son. Doc is the author of A Hebrew Word for the Day: Key Words from the OldTestament.
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Very satisfied with daily word study. Help me to appreciate the work of translators. Recommend it to better understand why a certain word is used and the other possible ways it could have been translated.
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This has already been added asset. I am now using it to learn Greek words so I can understand more of what I am studying... Thank-all!