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MEN OF THE BIBLE WILL GIVE YOU NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT YOUR BIBLE HEROES! The Bible is full of men and women who shapped our world. Here D. L. Moody tells the story of nine men. Some you know, Abraham, Moses, John the Baptist...some you may not know, Naaman, The Penitent Thief, Nehemiah. All had a role to fulfill and Moody tells their stories in a historical and enlightening MEN OF THE BIBLE WILL GIVE YOU NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT YOUR BIBLE HEROES! The Bible is full of men and women who shapped our world. Here D. L. Moody tells the story of nine men. Some you know, Abraham, Moses, John the Baptist...some you may not know, Naaman, The Penitent Thief, Nehemiah. All had a role to fulfill and Moody tells their stories in a historical and enlightening manor. Men of the Bible includes stories of : Abraham's Four Surrenders, The Call of Moses, Naaman the Syrian, The Prophet Nehemiah, Herod and John the Baptis,t The Man Born Blind and Joseph of Arimathea and the Penitent Thief!


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MEN OF THE BIBLE WILL GIVE YOU NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT YOUR BIBLE HEROES! The Bible is full of men and women who shapped our world. Here D. L. Moody tells the story of nine men. Some you know, Abraham, Moses, John the Baptist...some you may not know, Naaman, The Penitent Thief, Nehemiah. All had a role to fulfill and Moody tells their stories in a historical and enlightening MEN OF THE BIBLE WILL GIVE YOU NEW WAYS OF LOOKING AT YOUR BIBLE HEROES! The Bible is full of men and women who shapped our world. Here D. L. Moody tells the story of nine men. Some you know, Abraham, Moses, John the Baptist...some you may not know, Naaman, The Penitent Thief, Nehemiah. All had a role to fulfill and Moody tells their stories in a historical and enlightening manor. Men of the Bible includes stories of : Abraham's Four Surrenders, The Call of Moses, Naaman the Syrian, The Prophet Nehemiah, Herod and John the Baptis,t The Man Born Blind and Joseph of Arimathea and the Penitent Thief!

30 review for Men of the Bible

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nora

    Certain Men D. L. Moody is a great teacher and preacher , he has great wisdom and insight. I enjoyed his book with all but one exception, his liberal embellishments of the Biblical accounts. He begins by using the correct scriptures, then adds to the story. For example,"I can imagine that Abraham talks to Isaac and tells him how hard it is to offer him up." He further adds, "They fell on their faces, and prayed together. After prayer I can see the old father take his boy to his bosom.." This is n Certain Men D. L. Moody is a great teacher and preacher , he has great wisdom and insight. I enjoyed his book with all but one exception, his liberal embellishments of the Biblical accounts. He begins by using the correct scriptures, then adds to the story. For example,"I can imagine that Abraham talks to Isaac and tells him how hard it is to offer him up." He further adds, "They fell on their faces, and prayed together. After prayer I can see the old father take his boy to his bosom.." This is not scriptural at all, just embellished. If we do not adhere to the purity of scriptures, very soon the word of God becomes corrupted by our human error.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    Moody offers a unique take on some familiar (and some not-as-familiar) stories from the Bible. It wasn't the best book I've ever read, but I'm glad I read it. (And I'm glad it was a free Kindle download!)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ian McBriarty

    Insightful as ever, even decades after its writing. This inspiring account of several important men in the old and new testaments will evoke nothing less than a quickening fire within thy breast, as if to say where have you gone oh heart of mine, why hast thou forgotten me?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Dinsman

    Challenge me with knowledge First of all I love that so many Bible resources are free on my Kindle. Dwight Moody always gets me to think more about what I read in the Bible and this book is a great example of that. What do we really know about men in the Bible aside from the passages? Very little to go on because like a lot of us men, these guys are long on action and short on words. Thank you for another great resource for my library

  5. 4 out of 5

    C A Fox

    Excellent read A short, readable book with a couple of theological errors but this did not detract from the overall lessons to be learned from these men of the Bible, some of whom I had not given as much thought to as men of great faith. The author puts a personal and speculative insight onto the possible ruminations of these men. Well worth a read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rosangela G de Azevedo

    I absolutely loved it. Naaman, the Penitent and The Thief at the Cross were the parts that stuck with me. Now I understand why Moody is one of the most respected. I will read again. It is one of my favorites. One thing about Moody. You do not read his opinion. You read what was revealed to him. You can see it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lawrence Smith

    Words for life from a godly man. Dwight L. Moody takes you through the accounts of several men in the Bible showing how God changed them and used them for His glory. If you want a challenge to your walk with God, this is a book for you.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Makenzie Phillips

    A good message from a true disciple Brother of Kenzie speaking. It was a blessing to be able to read a book like so. The author is blessed and I am well pleased to read a good message from a true disciple of Jesus!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tommy Benton

    For new Christians The examples of ordinary men making changes in their lives which them to have a new mind change. How many times have I asked my self why me, God? What question should the clay ask the potter?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mike Panton

    Quick and easy read. Simple yet insightful and convicting. Moody uses a few men of the Bible to draw out some really key lessons and introduce new insight into the stories of some lesser thought of men.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Triscia Katerina

    I picked up this book because 1. it was free on iBooks (lol) 2. I wanted to feel more connected to my faith. Moody did great in explaining the takeaways of the several stories of the Bible, even adding in his own thoughts, expanding on the characters' moralities. Very readable and insightful.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dan Mosugu

    Absolute delight! I am so glad I bumped into this amazing book. I have gained unimaginable spiritual insights into some Bible events I never knew existed. I'm immensely grateful to DL Moody for being such a blessing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Megan Smith

    Reminded of the men of the Bible who were called Lord, remember me. As you look to this writing in light of scripture there is truth. How we need preaching to remind us of our weakness made perfect in Christ.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rocky Henriques

    Today's Christian needs to know D. L. Moody! And this updated version is a great introduction to his heart and teachings. Many wonderful insights into these men of the Bible, things we normally might not have thought about. Five stars...no question!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andy L

    Very insightful look at some overlooked men of faith, showing their strength and weakness. Moody has an incredible gift of bringing characters to life (some preachers licence is used) This an easy read with short digestible chapters. Great for teens!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Roberta

    well written sermons

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    Good A little out of date but still relevant. A little long winded. and some speculation. Gospel presented often. Recommend it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    goei.shimon

    Unique selections of men character in this book. A great devotional material written by D. L. Moody.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeroen Koornstra

    This seems to be a collection of a few sermons. Theological this book is a disaster, it’s just storytelling with a lot of made up details.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Man Roy Eaglin, Realtor

    Well written This has a good mixture of scripture and practical knowledge. It brings to life the stories of the men in scripture. He makes it easy to see the principals of life.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Holland

    I see this title as a series of devotional sermons centering around a selection of men in the Bible. Their Bible stories are woven together with pithy and more recent stories. These stories are shaped to give messages of benefit to the Christian believer and nonbeliever. The first chapter starts out with Abraham and his "Four Surrenders." The hymn "I Surrender All" by CeCe Winans comes to mind as I write this. The Christian who reads his Bible over and over again is privileged to see the story o I see this title as a series of devotional sermons centering around a selection of men in the Bible. Their Bible stories are woven together with pithy and more recent stories. These stories are shaped to give messages of benefit to the Christian believer and nonbeliever. The first chapter starts out with Abraham and his "Four Surrenders." The hymn "I Surrender All" by CeCe Winans comes to mind as I write this. The Christian who reads his Bible over and over again is privileged to see the story of Abraham retold from a refreshing angle and told well. Chapter seven, the final chapter is about "The Penitent Thief" who was witnessed to and saved on the cross. Just as he is. It does not hurt that the book is also a quick read. I give it five stars. You should read it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Luis Alexandre Ribeiro Branco

    In this book Moody speaks about several men of of the Bible, starting in the Old Testament he goes on talking about their faith but also about their mistake. I was quite impressed with the simplicity of words used in this book but also with the profound way in which Mood speaks to the readers about the greatness of God, the simplicity of man, the great love of God and the rebellious attitude of man. It is quiet impressive when he pointed the blackest spot in the life of the father of faith, Abra In this book Moody speaks about several men of of the Bible, starting in the Old Testament he goes on talking about their faith but also about their mistake. I was quite impressed with the simplicity of words used in this book but also with the profound way in which Mood speaks to the readers about the greatness of God, the simplicity of man, the great love of God and the rebellious attitude of man. It is quiet impressive when he pointed the blackest spot in the life of the father of faith, Abraham. Love when he stated speaking more about Christ and said: " “The cross of Christ divides all mankind. There are only two sides, those for Christ, and those against Him.”

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    I really enjoyed this book. While I've read about DL Moody's life, I don't know that I've ever read any of his writings. What made this book unique is while he does write about well known men such as Abraham, Moses and John the Baptist, several chapters are devoted to those "lesser known." Moody takes the faith and life lessons from the likes of Nehemiah, Joseph of Arimathea and the thief on the cross and then brings the application home to the reader.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bironé

    Wow, am I really the first to write a review on this? I only read this book because it was free for Kindle and I just started on it while I was riding on the train/waiting etc. but I really found it very good. Moody must have been a good preacher he really connects Bible characters and events to our daily experience. What would John the Baptist do today what it means to be an Abraham today...it was very inspirational a good reading altogether

  25. 5 out of 5

    Martha Roy

    Enjoying older books I have always enjoyed the Reverend Moody's books and sermons that I have seen in the past. This book is no exception. The men who were chosen for this book weren't the "important" men of whom.most of us would expect, but the men who Christ touched especially, the men like that hung on the crossed to Jesus. Many of our church's doctrine was explained by looting closely at these men. I 're a ally enjoyed this book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Cooling

    Heartfelt and earnest, an easy read speaking into your soul This is an excellent and important read because it speaks to the heart of the matter. We all need a little encouragement, confrontation and inspiration in our daily life. There is not a lot of wordy explanation, just direct to the point. I would recommend this book for your library, to read often.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

    A very enjoyable read, Moody was certainly a character and has a good way of bringing out and expanding on the characters of the Bible. His explanations are brilliant and the comparisons and contrasts equally so.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alan Talbert

    Great book though this was written long ago, I admire Moody's style and ability to relate Jesus to me. The selection of men to relate to were unique and interesting. I highlighted many lines in this book due to the succinct wisdom and truth.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Yee

    This was a very encouraging read in that I was able to see many men from the Bible whose faith is often overlooked if not given the time of day. This book takes the time to look at the easily apparent great men of faith as well as the not so easily apparent great men of faith.

  30. 4 out of 5

    chris davis

    Thought provoking and a great study on faith Thought provoking and a great study on faith This book is very well written and an encouragement to be a man of faith. I recommend this book to others.

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