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OSNOVA’s Very Special Thanksgiving Offer

This Thanksgiving we are offering a very special super sale on OSNOVA’s Christian e-books for Kindle!

As low as Amazon would go!

For a limited time, get OSNOVA’s Christian publications for Kindle at the lowest prices Amazon would allow for our books!

Over 30 titles by OSNOVA are ON SALE!

Check out these wonderful Bible Study tools, and make sure to let your friends know, too (they’ll thank you for that!).

 

KJV Bible (paragraphed)
$1.99
Unabridged Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible
$2.99
Calvin: The Institutes of the Christian Religion
$1.99
Spurgeon's Treasury of David (Commentary on Psams)
$2.99
Spurgeon: Feathers for Arrows
$0.99
Easton's Bible Dictionary
$1.99
KJV Bible (verse per line)
$0.99
KJV New Testament with Strong's markup, dictionary and more
$1.99
Young's Literal Translation of the Bible
$0.99
Bibel-Die Heilige Schrift (German Bible)
$1.99
OSNOVA Study Bible (incl. Treasury of Scripture Knowledge and more)
$1.99
Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown's Commentarry on the Whole Bible
$1.99
Albert Barnes' Notes on the New Testament
$2.99
Spurgeon: New Park Street Pulpit
$1.99
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
$2.99
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards
$0.99
KJV Bible (TTS-friendly; no verse numbers)
$0.99
$1.99
World English Bible
$0.99
La Bible avec des Textes Parallèles (en Français et Anglais); English-French Parallel Bible
$1.99
KJV Bible (with Apocrypha)
$1.99
Gill's Bible Commentary
$2.99
Collection of Works of Jonathan Edwards
$1.99
Spurgeon: Barbed Arrows
$0.99
Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament
$1.99
Value of the Bible and excellence of the Christian Religion by Noah Webster
$0.99
1611 KJV Bible (warning: Not your usual KJV)
$0.99
Douay-Rheims Bible
$0.99
La Santa Biblia Versión Reina-Valera (1909 Spanish Bible; warning: not the modern translation)
$0.99
English-Latin Diglot Bible (D-R, Vulgata)
$1.99

 

 

 

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Limited time offer on Kindle Bibles

OSNOVA is running a limited-time promotion on Amazon.com, offering its Kindle Bibles at discounted prices.

During the month on November you can buy most of OSNOVA Kindle Bibles for $0.99 and $1.99!

Follow this link to see all $0.99 Kindle Bibles from OSNOVA:

http://amzn.to/RtfasV

 

 

 

 

 

Follow this link to see all $1.99 Kindle Bibles from OSNOVA:

http://amzn.to/RPDLrK

 

 

 

 

 

We would greatly appreciate if you could spread the word about this promotion!

 

 

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John Gill’s Bible Commentary by OSNOVA is 40% off!

We have lowered the price on Amazon for one of the greatest Bible Commentaries!

Gill’s Bible Commentary is among the very first verse-by-verse commentaries of the Bible. It is the largest Bible commentary written by a single person.

It was written by the 18th century theologian and Biblical scholar John Gill. The commentary contains two of Gill’s seminal works — the Exposition of the Old Testament and Exposition of the New Testament. These works are full of priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews.

John Gill’s works were among Spurgeon’s personal favorites. He wrote about Gill: “In some respects, he has no superior. He is always worth consulting.”

This OSNOVA Kindle edition has all 9 volumes of the commentary, which are made easy to navigate via a Direct Verse Jump (DVJ), an active table of contents, and a cross-reference system between the commentary and the included KJV Bible.

The DVJ works both for the Bible and the commentary, making it easy to go to any Bible verse or Gill’s commentary. Please note that DVJ is not supported on Kindle Fire and software Kindle apps (Kindle for PC, etc.) but the highly efficient system of hyperlinks has been created for the ease of navigation on those devices.

The 40% discount is offered till May 1st, so go get this excellent Bible study resource before then!

 

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End-of-week special from OSNOVA: Spurgeon’s New Park Street Pulpit

Charles  Haddon  Spurgeon was an outstanding person. Apart from the biblical authors, he is a history’s most widely read preacher. Here are just a few amazing facts about the Prince of Preachers:

  • One woman was converted through reading a single page of one of Spurgeon’s sermons wrapped around some butter she had bought.
  • The New Park Street Pulpit and The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit—the collected sermons of Spurgeon during his ministry with that congregation—fill 63 volumes. The sermons’ 20-25 million words are equivalent to the 27 volumes of the ninth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The series stands as the largest set of books by a single author in the history of Christianity.
  • Before he was 20, Spurgeon had preached over 600 times.
  • When Spurgeon arrived at The New Park Street Church, in 1854, the congregation had 232 members. By the end of his pastorate, 38 years later, that number had increased to 5,311. The church was the largest independent congregation in the world.
  • In 1865, Spurgeon’s sermons sold 25,000 copies every week. They were translated into more than 20 languages.
  • During his lifetime, Spurgeon is estimated to have preached to 10,000,000 people.
  • Spurgeon spent 20 years studying the Book of Psalms and writing his commentary on them, The Treasury of David.
  • By accepting some of his many invitations to speak, Spurgeon often preached 10 times in a week.

These and other interesting facts about Charles Spurgeon are found on The Spurgeon Archive.

Today we are excited to offer a 40% discount on OSNOVA’s Kindle edition of The New Park Street Pulpit, the collection of Charles Spurgeon’s sermons. The offer is valid till Monday, April 30, 2012.

 

Get your own copy on Amazon.com and start building the Spurgeon library on your Kindle!

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Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon is on sale for next 36 hours

The chief work of Joseph Henry Thayer was his translation of Grimm’s Wilke’s Clavis Novi Testamenti (1886; revised 1889) as A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament. Thayer spent 25 years working on his Lexicon, and made thousands of revisions from Grimm’s Wilke’s Clavis.

Thayer’s Lexicon has been recognized as one of the best New Testament lexicons of Biblical Greek. This edition provides dictionary definitions and nuances of meaning for each word and provides a hyperlink for each word to the included New Testament and the Strong’s number.

For the next 36 hours, get this Greek-English Lexicon at 50% off at our OSNOVA web-store. The offer ends tomorrow (Tuesday, April 17, 2012) at 11:59pm PT.

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