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NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1 & 2 Peter and Jude by Tyndale House Publishers
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1 Samuel
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1, 2, & 3 John by Tyndale
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Acts by David Veerman
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Daniel by Tyndale House Publishers
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Hebrews by Tyndale House Publishers
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Mark by James C. Galvin
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Proverbs by Tyndale
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Revelation by Tyndale
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Matthew by Tyndale House Publishers2101
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Luke by Tyndale House Publishers2301
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: John by Tyndale2401
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Romans by Tyndale House Publishers2601
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1 Corinthinians by Tyndale2701
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 2 Corinthinians by Tyndale2801
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Galatians by Tyndale House Publishers2901
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: Philippians and Colossians by Tyndale House Publishers3001
NIV Life Application Bible Studies: 1 & 2 Thessalonians and Philemon by Tyndale House Publishers3101

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Recommendations

  1. James (Life Application Bible Studies (NIV)) by Tyndale (1990)
  2. The Spirit-filled Life Kingdom Dynamics Guides K2-kingdom Warfare by Jack Hayford (1993)
  3. Proverbs, Job, Ecclesiastes by Derek Kidner (1985)
  4. Studies in Acts by William Joseph Fallis (1949)
  5. Farewell Discourse and Final Prayer of Jesus by D. A. Carson (1980)
  6. Becoming a Whole Person in a Broken World: Studies in the Book of Romans by Ron Lee Davis (1990)
  7. Proverbs (LifeChange) by The Navigators (1990)
  8. All the Books and Chapters of the Bible by Herbert Lockyer (1966)
  9. Proverbs by Charles R. Swindoll (1973)
  10. Daily Study Bible: The Revelation of John, Volume 2, Chapters 6-22 by William Barclay (1959)
  11. First, Second, and Third John by D. Moody Smith (1991)
  12. Old Testament Characters: Learning to Walk With God : 12 Studies for Individuals or Groups, With Notes for Leaders (A Lifeguide Bible Study) by Peter Scazzero (1991)
  13. Mourning: The Prelude to Laughter (Beatitude Series) by Bonnie Bruno (1993)
  14. Romans: Grace, Truth, and Redemption (MacArthur Bible Studies) by John MacArthur (2000)
  15. The Fruitful Life: Study Notes Colossians 1:1-23 by John MacArthur Jr. (1983)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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