Posts by Hebron Gospel Hall (Page 2)

Posts by Hebron Gospel Hall (Page 2)

Thomas Newberry’s Diagram of Greek Prepositions

Thomas Newberry (1811-1901) drew up what he called a “graphic scheme of the Greek prepositions, as viewed according to the idea of geometrical relationship”. It’s a great way to visualise what the different Greek prepositions in the New Testament mean: CLICK HERE TO VIEW, DOWNLOAD OR SHARE MR THOMAS NEWBERRY’S DIAGRAM OF GREEK PREPOSITIONS

Chart of Bible Weights and Measures by Phil Coulson

A great chart from Phil Coulson bringing the Bible’s weights and measures into current numbers by converting them into litres,  pints, gallons, grams, kilos, inches and millimetres. CLICK HERE TO VIEW, DOWNLOAD OR SHARE A PDF OF PHIL COULSON’S CHART OF BIBLE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

The Two Roads Chart

The “Two Roads Chart” is available in two versions: Two Roads Chart – Basic version Two Roads Chart – Full version (The basic version is also available here in the Polish language)    

Chart of Bible Prophecy

A chart giving an overview of Bible prophesy from the beginning of “the times of the Gentiles” until the beginning of the new heavens and the new earth in the eternal state. This chart take a dispensational view of eschatology and is therefore pre-tribulational and pre-millennial. CLICK HERE TO VIEW, DOWNLOAD OR SHARE A PDF OF THE DISPENSATIONAL BIBLE PROPHECY CHART

Jonathan Black’s Bible Book Charts

Full-colour illustrated charts for the books of the Bible by Jonathan Black. Click on each book to view, download or share a PDF of each one. New one added every quarter. Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua Judges Ruth 1 Samuel 2 Samuel 1 Kings 2 Kings The Kings of Israel and Judah 1 & 2 Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther All of the above charts  were originally published  in Precious Seed International Magazine and are © Precious Seed. (Used with permission)

“Assembly Life Experiences” by an old disciple

This book preserves the unique and fascinating record of a group of Christians who were converted in the 1859 revival in Scotland. Through reading their Bibles they correctly concluded that clerisy and denominationalism were unscriptural, and they were led of the Lord to meet together to break bread and depend on Him for gifting and leadership. How the Lord led them and taught them, often through times of difficulty and danger, makes for enlightening and heart-warming reading. Most chapters of…