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Today, July 17, is World Emoji Day, and here at Faithlife, it’s an opportunity to do one of the things we enjoy most—open God’s Word together.
For today’s World Emoji Day, see if you can guess these Bible stories told in emojis, as shared by followers on our Logos Facebook page or Twitter page. (If you get stuck, try using the Bible passage hints below each one!)
Bible story 1:
Passage hint: Genesis 1:1–2:3
Bible story 2:
Passage hint: Genesis 7:1–9:17
Bible story 3:
Passage hint: Judges 4:17–24
Bible story 4:
Passage hint: Ruth 1:1–4:21
Bible story 5:
Passage hint: 2 Kings 2:23–24
Bible story 6:
Passage hint: Jonah 1–4
Bible story 7:
Passage hint: Luke 15:4–7
Bible story 8:
Passage hint: Genesis 1:1–3:21, John 1:29, Romans 5:6
Thanks to everyone who participated by sharing their favorite stories!
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John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion is a monumental work that stands among the greatest works of Christian theology and Western literature. Written as an introduction to Christian doctrine, Calvin’s Institutes quickly became one of the best systematic theologies of the Reformed tradition.
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This collection consists of fifty-seven books written by Tozer or compiled from his sermons. Many of the books were compiled by his close friend, Harry Verploegh, by Gerald B. Smith, James L. Snyder, Ron Eggert, Warren Wiersbe and others. In all, this astounding collection contains approximately 11,000 pages filled with the inspirational, Christ-centered words only Tozer could pen.
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In this handy biblical reference tool, analytical outlines to 35,000 Scripture references touch on thirteen major doctrines of Scripture: God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, God’s works and providence, revelation and Scripture, supernatural beings, human beings, sin, salvation, sanctification, Christian living, the church, and the last things. Those setting out to preach or teach a certain doctrine will find this book an invaluable resource.
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The Life Application Bible Commentary series is ideal for personal Bible study, small groups, classes, and sermon preparation. Written by the team that designed and produced the Life Application Bible, this commentary series is exegetically accurate, theologically sound, and intensely practical. The Life Application Bible Commentary series helps students of the Bible understand the text and apply it to their lives.
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