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Hierdie boek is die werklike woorde van Jesus.
Jesus het in die Bybel baie met sy dissipels gepraat, maar daardie woorde is net so van toepassing vandag as wat dit was in daardie tyd. Die woorde van Jesus is gegroepeer in temas. Daardeur kan die leser meer leer oor die lesse wat die Here sy volk leer.
Die eerste van sy soort in Afrikaans!
This book is for those partners who have discovered how challenging day-to-day marriage is and who are searching for practical resources to survive the overwhelming fiery trials of matrimony and to grow through them.
One way to begin to use this book is to work through it with your partner. As you know, there are many books which are offering help in doing marriage counselling. And, as you also know quite well, there are only a few that deliver the goods. Usually what they provide is far less than that concrete, practical, how-to give information that you really need to initiate and bring about scriptural change.
This book is unique at this very point. You and your partner can use it.
The right to life is a moral principle based on the belief that a human being has the right to life and should not be killed by any other human being.
This book explains that nobody, including government, has rights to end life. It means that the government should take appropriate measures to safeguard life by making laws to protect people and take steps to protect if life is at risk and not to end life.
Evangelist and street preacher Lindsay Lauren Stroud is sharing her story with you to inspire you on your own spiritual journey. Stroud never dreamed that she would become a street evangelist. The strange twists and turns her life took proved that God had a plan for her. She just had to learn to recognize it.
Stroud’s story begins many years ago in Cape Town, South Africa. She loved her early childhood in primary school and felt a kinship with her friends. The comfort of their friendship and love had a tremendous impact on her life, but childhood can’t last forever. As Stroud grew older, she felt unsatisfied with her life. She moved halfway across the world to Dublin, Ireland, searching for something different. Stroud didn’t understand what was missing, but she could feel the loss deep within her heart. Her confusion led to her questioning her identity and her purpose.
All was not lost. Through her own candid confessions, inspirational poetry, and testimonies, Stroud reveals the moments that showed her God’s amazing love. She turned her life around, and now she is dedicated to helping others do the same!
Lindsay Lauren Stroud was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. She has spent the past fourteen years living in Ireland and the past three years singing and preaching on the streets of Dublin. Stroud is a passionate born-again Christian who serves God as an evangelist and street preacher. Her ministry, Street Church, brings the Word of God to the people of Dublin. She hopes that her memoir about her spiritual journey will inspire others to embrace God and feel hopeful about the future.
The jihadist group ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) has been wreaking havoc in northern Iraq and Syria. But its reign of terror is not confined to the Middle East.
Its 2014 beheadings of American journalist James Foley and Israeli–American journalist Steven Sotloff have shocked the world and instilled fear in the hearts of many Westerners. ISIS is the most funded, technologically advanced, and powerful terrorist organization in history. Its members are extremely diverse, having been recruited from countries all over the globe, including Canada, Britain, and the U.S. Now that ISIS has the world's attention, what's next?
Governments around the world have spent billions of dollars employing military strategies, and they are still convinced that ISIS is mainly a political problem that must have a political answer. But what if the solution isn't political or military? What if the real solution is spiritual in nature? Missionaries from the underground church of China—represented by Brother Yun, "the Heavenly Man"—are launching a spiritual offensive. They are not armed with a sentence of death but with a message of life, and ISIS jihadists are in their crosshairs.
In ISIS, the Heart of Terror, you will learn about the organization Back to Jerusalem and its unique method of responding to ISIS by evangelizing Muslim militants. Learn how Chinese missionaries are fulfilling the Great Commission by sharing the gospel with some of the most unreachable people groups in the world, and discover how Christians everywhere can take part in a powerful evangelization of the Middle East.
An engrossing historical novel in the form of letters, between a Jew and a Roman.
“At last in total silence he lifted out, inch by inch, a small metal chest. Like a response to a signal, fourteen heads bent down to inspect the contents. Inside lay a silver arm band, a seal with a Roman crest on it, and a roll of parchment that the skilful eyes of the old man told him were letters…”
Facing obstacles? Feeling stuck? Transitioning into a new season of life? Let this seasoned broadcast journalist-turned-preacher help you find your poise when your red-light moments arrive.
From childhood, we are trained to associate the color red with negative and even dangerous situations. To grow spiritually, however, pastor Elictia Hart insists we must redefine our responses to red situations. With highlights from her glamorous career as a broadcast journalist for FOX, ESPN, and Entertainment Tonight, along with a balanced look into the lives of beloved heroes in the Bible, Elictia Hart explains how our "red moments" can become "green lights" for trusting God and embracing our divine destiny.
Every television reporter knows when the red light is on, you are on. Red means go. Playing off this insider phrase, Elictia Hart-now a wife, mother, and pastorpassionately shares how God transformed the red flags in her life into victorious banners for personal growth, a deeper faith, and a richer sense of her purpose for his kingdom.
Chosen as one of the Best Spiritual Books of 2002 by Spirituality & Health
Beloved Buddhist teacher and poet Thich Nhat Hanh offered the world much-needed words of calming wisdom in his previous book, Anger-a coast-to-coast bestseller in both hardcover and paperback.
Now, in a book both timely and timeless, he tackles a subject that has been contemplated by Buddhist monks and nuns for twenty-five hundred years-and an eternal mystery that touches us all: What is death? Through Zen parables, guided meditations, and personal stories, he explodes the traditional myths of how we live and die. Even more, Thich Nhat Hanh shows us a way to live a life unfettered by fear.
This classic on grieving offers the sure and steadfast hope that separation from a loved one is not the end.
It helps readers make the physical, emotional, and relational adjustments needed when a loved one departs this life, and it gives honest answers to the most difficult questions and doubts we have.
With comforting Scriptures about death, life, and resurrection, as well as beautiful poetry that expresses our deepest emotions, When Loved Ones Are Called Home walks with readers as a friend through their pain and grief.
Now with a beautiful, contemporary cover.
The Gospel of Thomas sheds new light on the origins of Christianity and portrays Jesus as a wisdom-loving sage. This collection of aphoristic sayings portrays the kingdom of God as a present fact about the world, rather than a future promise or future threat.
Through facing-page commentary this edition focuses on the meaning of the sayings as those teachings were preserved by an ancient source outside of the canonical New Testament, and brings to life the challenging and intriguing figure of Jesus in a new light. Now readers can approach this important spiritual text with no previous background knowledge in Christian history or thought.
Stop wondering what your dreams and visions mean - and start living the meanings!
The Divinity Code to Understanding your Dreams and Visions is a Bible-based guide to dream interpretation that reveals the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven.
With this set of Master keys, you can unlock the unseen realm! Led by the Holy Spirit, you can manifest God’s Kingdom on earth through Jesus Christ by knowing what your dreams and visions mean.
The Divinity Code to Understanding your Dreams and Visions contains:
Wildlife - horses, deer, wolves and bear.
The boy was born in 1938, under the majestic Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, to a strong mother and an absent father. The boy was known by his nick-name, Tokkie. This memoir makes one laugh at Tokkie’s antics and the trouble they get him into. At other times, one cries with the boy who is often cold and hungry, and has to grow up too quickly in post war South Africa.
To add insult to injury, his step-father buys a baboon that Tokkie has to feed, even though the baboon often bites him and never allows him to win the tree-scaling races. When Tokkie is grown, he has an encounter with God that changes his life and his name as he becomes Pastor Theodor Jerry Hewett. Miracles take place and his heartfelt cry of ‘God can do it again’, resonates throughout this narrative.
The story includes the funny, yet sometimes heartbreaking journey of the ministry in South Africa, all the while capturing the heartbeat of Africa.
On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Here, in journal form, is the story of her illness, her healing process, and her acceptance of life and death. Breathtakingly honest about the factors she feels contributed to her cancer, Woodman also explains how she drew upon every resource-physical and spiritual-available to her to come to terms with her illness. Dreams and imagery, self-reflection and body work, and both traditional and alternative medicine play distinctive roles in Woodman's recovery. Her personal treasury of art, photographs, and quotations-from Dickinson to Blake to Rumi-embellish this unique chronicle of a very personal journey toward transformation.
Walking the labyrinth is becoming an increasingly popular spiritual exercise across the country and around the world. Based on her experience at Chartres Cathedral in France and her training with Lauren Artress at San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, Jill Kimberly Hartwell Geoffrion has created a simple, meaningful approach to preparing for, undertaking, and meditating on labyrinth walks. "Praying The Labyrinth" is a journal that will lead the uninitiated seeker into a spiritual exercise of self-discovery through scripture selections, journaling questions, poetry, and space for personal reflection. While it may be the perfect introduction to the art of walking the labyrinth, this book can also be used by seasoned labyrinth users to bring new and deeper meaning to their spiritual lives.
Students and parents often have high expectations of the Christian college experience. They imagine professors who are spiritual mentors, roommates who are spiritual kin, and a host of other ideal relationships and environments which will combine to boost their growth to maturity. The truth is that a Christian college, like any other college or university, is an exciting, unpredictable and scary place. That's why Keith Anderson has put together this essential backpack companion. Including seasoned and straightforward advice on how to maintain a healthy spiritual life, building friendships and finding community, the dos and don'ts of dating, how to get involved in a new church, and much more, What They Don't Always Teach You at a Christian College will help students make the most of their college days.
Theologically and liturgically sensitive, these resources for the church year will encourage creativity and theological integrity in worship. They address God in a rich variety of images from scripture and Christian experience so that worship may be more inclusive and vital. They respect human differences in gender, race, and physical abilities, excluding no one and honoring all. Christian concern for justice and peace ia a central theme. Touch Holiness includes a list of alternitive lectionary reading, a Service of Thanksgiving for Christian Dying into Life, texts for sung service music, prayers of intercession, and resources for use in special times in a congregation's life. This collection, written by more than fifty contributors from many local churches, has grown out of the worshiping lives of the congregations.
Internationally renowned motivational teacher and popular theologian Caroline Myss has created a transcendent work of unique insight and revelation in Entering the Castle. A highly original inner path to self-knowledge, the Castle is also the road to spiritual knowledge of God and your own soul. In fact the soul is your spiritual castle and doing interior soul work helps you find your path in the world.
Teresa of Avila's vision of the soul as a beautiful crystal castle with many mansions, and many rooms within those mansions, is the template for this modern spiritual journey on which you meet different aspects of your self and spirit and prepare for the ultimate encounter with God and your own divinity. Seven stages of intense practices and methods of spiritual inquiry develop your personal powers of prayer, contemplation, and intuition, which in turn reinforce your interior castle and build a soul of strength and stamina.With stories and inspiration from mystics of all traditions, Entering the Castle is a comprehensive guide for the journey of your life -- a journey into the center of your soul. There, peace, God, and a fearless joy wait for you to discover them...and claim them for your own.
Entering her fortieth year, Beverly Donofrio, a "lapsed Catholic," inexplicably begins collecting Virgin Mary memorabilia at yard sales. Her search for kitsch, however, soon becomes a spiritual quest, leading her to make a pilgrimage to the holy city of Medjugorje. There, she learns that Mary comes into your life only when pride steps out and receives a bonus: hope. In Looking for Mary, Donofrio offers the universal story about a woman who-in a quest for the Blessed Mother-finds herself.
Brighter than the twinkling stars in the sky, and yet softer than the wool on a baby lamb, the light of God will be upon us in the next life too. Abundantly so with goodness, and much to our delight, we will hardly be grasping it entirely, unless one has been immersed into and has experienced the connecting light while fully maximized. The fear of passing away should no longer exist in our mind. Complicated thinking is all that it is. Just as simple as knowing there is love in the afterlife, that is where our heart and soul belongs. Travel to heaven in the highway of your mind. It is very safe lifting a yielding conscious to achieve exceptional knowledge within the spirit world.
Author [self] bio:
Greg Belter is an Illinois native, who since at an early age has shown serious interest in the spirit world. Visiting the hereafter is a natural occurrence for him, from the grandiose out of body experiences, to the most splendid heavenly visions each and every day. His words are golden.
"Our Universal Spirit Journey: Reflection and Verse for Creation's Sake" is John P. Cock's fourth book. A creational context for everyone's journey in an age of transformation. "This book is...[an] exuberant statement of the all-pervasive presence and power of spirit...and its ever-present support for the Earth Venture and the Human Venture." - from the Foreword by Thomas Berry, noted Earth spokesperson and author. "Crammed with poetic meditations, philosophical asides and piercing criticism, this is a book to be pondered rather than merely read." - from cover comment by Lonnie Kliever, Professor of Religious Studies, SMU, and author. It consists of 14 reflective chapters and 34 poems; 252-page p.b. by tranScribe books.
How can church members help teenagers acquire Christian moral standards? C. Ellis Nelson views morals as a practical outgrowth of beliefs about the meaning of life, and outlines seven strategies that help adults influence young adults. He emphasizes what Christians can do in congregations to create a caring community that encourages young people to embody virtues that build a better society.
Written over five centuries ago by Thomas Kempis, The Imitation of Christ has been translated into more languages than any other book except the Bible. It has been acclaimed by countless readers as one of the greatest spiritual masterpieces ever written.
A glance at tabloid headlines reveals that we have an almost insatiable desire to see into the future. In our search to know what is to come, many turn to the Bible for answers. Both the Old and the New Testament are loaded with prophets and prophecies. Who were these people who supposedly could predict the future? Have their prophecies come true?
Now readers can get to the bottom of 60 crucial Bible prophecies quickly and easily with A Concise Guide to Bible Prophecy. This accessible handbook will help readers understand prophecies within their biblical context and avoid common misinterpretations.
Author Stan Guthrie explains what each prophecy meant to those who first received it, summarizes what it means for us today, and provides verses or passages for further individual or group study.
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