Turkish Title: Dağdaki Vaazın Mesajı
Original Title: Message of the Sermon on the Mount
Author: John Stott
"The followers of Jesus are to be different," writes John Stott, "different from both the nominal church and the secular world, different from both the religious and the irreligious."
In this careful exposition of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, John R. W. Stott accurately expounds the biblical text and relates it to life today. Above all, the author says, he wants to let Christ speak this sermon again, this time to the modern world.
Turkish title: Yuhanna'nın Mektupları'nın Mesajı
Original title: The Message of John's Letters
Author: David Jackman
Immorality is inudating the Christian community and gradually eroding the foundations of Christian living. The truth of God incarnate, the atonement and the bodily resurrection of Christ are under attack--even from within the church.
These are the concerns of Christians today, and they were the problems that faced the Christians of John's day. In a society that scorned the gospel and sneered at godly living, John encouraged Christians with a message forged from two words--truth and love.
Turkish Title: Eyüp'ün Mesajı
Original Title: The Message of Job
Author: David Atkinson
Why do people suffer?
What is God's role in suffering?
How can we help those who suffer?
Turkish Title: Ester'in Mesajı
Original Title: The Message of Esther
Author: David G Firth
By any assessment, Esther is a rather strange book to find in the Bible. Not only is it, along with Daniel, the only book of the Bible to be set entirely outside of the Promised Land, it also shows no interest in that land.
More than that, Esther is the only book in the Bible which definitely does not mention God. None of this should be taken as meaning that the book has no theological intention--on the contrary it has a developed theology, but it is a theology which operates precisely because it does not mention God directly.
Turkish Title: Zekeriya'nın Mesajı
Original Title: The Message of Zechariah
Author: Barry Webb
The study of the book of Zechariah is bound to be enriching, for it is imbued from beginning to end with the same heart-cry that Jesus turned into a prayer for all of us: "Your kingdom come."
Here Barry G. Webb explores the kingdom of God as the prophet Zechariah apprehended it.
The promises of God in the book of Zechariah are meant to fuel the faithfulness of God’s people and prepare the way for the promised Messiah.