From Genesis to Revelation we read of normal people that received the promises of God. These promises are sealed by the highest authority, God’s Word. In Hebrews 6:13 it says, “For when God made a promise to Abraham, since he had no one greater by whom to swear, he swore by himself.”
When God makes a promise to His people, it will come to pass. What is a promise? A promise is a covenant or declaration that one will do exactly what one says or something will happen just as pledged.
Let’s look at the more frequently used and significant promises of God found in the Bible. 52 topics, one for each week of the year. Use this list to read God’s Word, reflect on His goodness, and remember His promises.
Each week for a year, you'll receive a collection of scriptures to meditate on. The scriptures will be around what God’s Word promises about a specific topic. Memorize scripture to go along with the topic & concentrate on the promises of God all year long.
In this first volume of our leather-bound journals, you will explore the meaning and symbolism of the book of Revelation. You will read about prophecies and God's promises. As you read the articles from Adrian Rogers' messages, there are questions relating to the topic and space to write your own thoughts and notes.
This journal is created with 96 blank, lined pages in quality 70-pound smooth stock. Use the journal to write out Scriptures God has impressed on your heart, journal prayers, or take Bible study notes. You can even use it to remember what God promises in His Word. Adrian Rogers quote: "There is no promise God cannot keep, no prayer God will not answer, and no problem too hard for Him to solve."