The son of a preacher, Adam Cozort has been around preaching and the Bible his entire life. He began doing fill-in preaching for small congregations at the age of 16. After graduating high school he attended the Tri-Cities School of Preaching and Christian Development, where he was part of their first graduating class in 2005. Over the years, he has preached full-time for congregations in Virginia, Georgia, Mississippi, and Illinois. In May, 2017, he began work with the Lakeside Church of Christ in Springfield, Illinois.

He has authored several books, including: The Christian Graces: God’s Blueprint for the Development of Complete ChristiansYou Shall Call His Name Jesus (A Guide to Matthew), and Of the Seed of Abraham (A Guide to Romans).

  • Traveling Through Time: A Survey Through Bible Periods

    Adam Cozort - Traveling Through Time Audio CDs

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    You Shall Call His Name Jesus is a step-by-step study guide through Matthew, the first book of the New Testament. Instead of a commentary that tells you everything others think about the book, this work is designed to let the inspired text speak for itself. Utilizing numerous word and phrase definitions, one is able to see what the text actually says, not what someone else thinks it should say. You Shall Call His Name Jesus shows Matthew as it was originally intended to be seen by the Jewish audience to which it was written. While it is common to take individual verses and apply them to whatever topic or discussion one desires, the ability to understand the book in its own context is of immense importance to fully understanding what the Scriptures were intended to communicate. Instead of a narrative approach that takes you away from the Bible to study what the book says, this book is laid out in such a way that it can be utilized side-by­side with your Bible. Divided by chapter and verse segments it is designed to be an easy reference for whatever part of the book you are wanting to study. Whether you are wanting to study the entire book of Matthew or only a portion of it, whether in your personal study or in a Bible class, You Shall Call His Name Jesus helps you get the information you need to understand the text for yourself.

  • You Shall Call His Name Jesus:
    A Study Guide Through Matthew

    You Shall Call His Name Jesus is a step-by-step study guide through Matthew, the first book of the New Testament. Instead of a commentary that tells you everything others think about the book, this work is designed to let the inspired text speak for itself. Utilizing numerous word and phrase definitions, one is able to see what the text actually says, not what someone else thinks it should say. You Shall Call His Name Jesus shows Matthew as it was originally intended to be seen by the Jewish audience to which it was written. While it is common to take individual verses and apply them to whatever topic or discussion one desires, the ability to understand the book in its own context is of immense importance to fully understanding what the Scriptures were intended to communicate. Instead of a narrative approach that takes you away from the Bible to study what the book says, this book is laid out in such a way that it can be utilized side-by­side with your Bible. Divided by chapter and verse segments it is designed to be an easy reference for whatever part of the book you are wanting to study. Whether you are wanting to study the entire book of Matthew or only a portion of it, whether in your personal study or in a Bible class, You Shall Call His Name Jesus helps you get the information you need to understand the text for yourself.

  • Of The Seed of Abraham:
    A Study of Romans

    This study guide can help anybody from preachers to non-Christians gain an understanding of this great book. Unlike most commentaries, it does not concentrate on what all of the scholars have to say about every tidbit, but on what the text says, what the words used mean, how they apply within the context of the book itself, and how they apply to us. It is written in an expanded outline format instead of manuscript in order to make it easy to reference.

  • The Christian Graces: God’s Blueprint for the Development of Complete Christians

     Paperback, Kindle & Audible Audiobook (Unabridged)

    “The Christian Graces in 2 Peter 1:5-7 give an excellent breakdown of how God intended the Christian to develop in character and service. Over the nine lessons contained in this book, each of these areas is considered individually as well as their place collectively, showing the process God desires if the Christian is to grow a fully developed spiritual character. Begin studying to learn how the difference between success and failure as a Christian is found in how we implement these nine areas, so you too can grow in grace.

  • A Study of Genesis

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    A Study Guide of the Book of Beginnings

    Studies in Genesis is intended as a personal study guide to the book of Genesis. As one reads the book from the Bible, he can read this study guide for help with meaning of words as well historical, geographical, and genealogical information. Each chapter of this book contains a full sentence outline of one chapter of the book of Genesis.

    269 pages

 

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