Georgian City Bible ახალი აღთქმა / Georgian New Testament / Gute Botschaft Verlag 2019 / GBV 1832000 / Paperback
Georgian City Bible ახალი აღთქმა / Georgian New Testament / Gute Botschaft Verlag 2019 / GBV 1832000 /
ISBN: 9783961624171 / 978-3961624171
PUBLISHER: Gute Botschaft Verlag
LANGUAGE: Georgian / ქართული ენა
Georgian City Bible ახალი აღთქმა / Georgian New Testament
With Plan of Salvation - Gospel explanation
New Testaments for Evangelism!
A message that gives the answer to the question: “What on earth am I doing here?” A message that answers all your questions and doubts. This book shows you that you are naturally separated from God but that God loves you so much that He offers you an escape. A solution through which you will not be separated from Him eternally.
The solution is: admit that you naturally don’t fulfill Gods will ask forgiveness and thank Him for the fact that He took the punishment on Him. When after that you ask Jesus in your heart you belong to God forever! Then the message of this book has achieved its purpose: Forgiveness of your past a purpose in your life and a home in heaven. This book is a challenge!
What do you choose:
In front of the New Testament there is a tract printed 'What do you choose'? This tract is a great instrument for evangelism. It shows why we are on this earth and how you can find a purpose for living. Having a life with no future it shows you in 5 steps how to get an eternal life with God.
The City Bible is a great tool for Evangelism!
Georgian (ქართული ენა, romanized: kartuli ena, pronounced [kʰartʰuli ɛna]) is a Kartvelian language spoken by Georgians. It is the official language of Georgia. Georgian is written in its own writing system, the Georgian script. Georgian is the literary language for all regional subgroups of Georgians, including those who speak other Kartvelian languages: Svans, Mingrelians and the Laz.
The Bible was first translated into the Georgian language as early as the 5th century. The Vani Gospels (Vani Four Gospels; Georgian: ვანის ოთხთავი, Vanis otkhtavi) is an illuminated manuscript of the gospels in the Georgian Nuskhuri script dating from the end of the 12th–early 13th centuries. Recently a new translation was completed by the Institute for Bible Translation.
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