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Life is lived one day at a time. Each day brings its own challenges, and any day may need a word of guidance and reassurance. Having completed his trilogy of contemporary parables - a story for every week of the three-year Church Lectionary - Tom Gordon turns his hand, in an equally compelling, contemporary fashion, to the day-by-day nature of our living. Through stories and fables, tales of people and places, historical incidents and personal experiences, he encourages you to 'look well' to the insights and inspiration you might need. If your day is about survival, Tom's daily reflections are a reminder that you are not alone in the struggle. If you are facing something new, you will find different perspectives. And if you are simply looking for a thought to carry with you, or a meaningful illustration for a talk or a sermon, Tom offers you a rich resource. This book will encourage you to 'look well to this day' and to do so with Tom's wisdom and thoughtfulness.
New York Times bestselling author, Dr. David Jeremiah updates his classic book, Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World, offering biblically based, practical instruction for living a confident life in a world filled with chaos and crisis.
Confidence can be hard to come by these days. People are losing their jobs, their houses, and their life savings at an unprecedented rate. Violence, natural disasters, and moral depravity seem to be skyrocketing. In the midst of all this chaos, we need to know . . . what on earth should we do now?
David Jeremiah brings a message of hope and confidence from the priceless counsel of the Word of God. He answers our most urgent questions, including:
Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World shows us all that with the power and love of Almighty God, we can live with confidence in this age of turmoil.
Will speak powerfully to readers in the UK, bruised and divided as we are after the traumatic events of the last three years.
Unleash the Power of God's Glory in Your Life. Zion is not just a
place in Israel. It’s a spiritual reality in you.
This book will show you who you are in Christ so that you can experience blessing, healing, deliverance, wealth, and promotion in your life.
Apostle John Eckhardt is overseer of Crusaders Ministries, located in Chicago, Illinois. Gifted with a strong apostolic call, he has ministered throughout the United States and overseas in more than eighty nations.
Popular Radio Host Shows Women How to Embrace God's Unique Call for
Did you know that coloring relaxes your brain and provides you with a sense of calm? Peace Be with You combines the soothing experience of coloring with inspiring Scripture and quotes so you can enjoy moments of self-care and reflection as you draw closer to your creative God. More than 90 pages of captivating patterns and inspiring text will remind you of God's faithfulness as you color your way to calm in Peace Be with You. A relaxing way to practice self-care whether you have a few minutes or a few hours, this beautifully designed adult coloring book features: 96 single-sided pages of art and inspiring text A gorgeous cover with foil embellishments High-quality stock paper that resists bleeding Convenient layflat binding Intricate designs, reflective Scripture verses, and inspirational quotes, suitable for all skill levels Peace Be with You will gently help you: Reduce anxiety through the research-based benefits of coloring Reflect on God's goodness as you sink deep into His Word Create unique pieces of art that you can give away or display as decorative reminders of God's love Carve out moments of meditation in your busy schedule This adult coloring book is perfect for all of us who are: Eager to reflect on each day with a positive mindset Seeking to develop a closer relationship with God Longing for a meditative stress-relieving activity but don't have much time Looking for encouraging gifts for Christmas, birthdays, Easter, Mother's Day, a thoughtful hostess present, or for someone going through times of stress or grief Even as you navigate the uncertainties of life, you can discover your mind's natural ability to create, to trust, and to rest through this easy, stress-relieving activity.
With journaling space, Scripture quotes, and thoughtful devotions, 100 Things God Loves About You is the perfect gift book reminder of God's love for anyone feeling lonely, busy, or simply not enough--including you! There's no better feeling than knowing you are loved, yet many of us struggle to accept God's abundant, unconditional love for us. 100 Things God Loves About You includes 100 Bible verses and reflections about how high, how deep, and how wide God's love is for each of His children. This colorful gift book includes: 100 encouraging things God loves about you--taken straight from the Bible Journaling space to write in "More Things God Loves About Me" A presentation page for memorable gifting A personalization page to write down what you love about a friend or family member 100 Things God Loves About You is an ideal gift for: Friends who are lonely with grief or isolation Women and men who struggle to believe they are "good enough" for God Loved ones facing illness or quarantine Anyone facing a time of transition or a difficult season New high school and college graduates Front-line medical personnel, teachers, and other essential workers Christmas, birthdays, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and more. "See what great love the Father has lavished on us!" writes the author of 1 John. Discover for the first time or the thousandth time that God's love for you is more than anything you could ask or imagine.
Why is suffering the common lot of all people everywhere - believers
and non-believers alike - and why does it seem that the world is out of
control when it comes to the problem of pain and suffering?
Christians are called to learn what it means to trust God in every circumstance, and to live for Him no matter what comes our way. It is essential to think more clearly about suffering, and to rearrange your priorities so that when your personal armageddons come, you will not be taken by surprise or be unprepared. Christian readers, pastors, Bible study leaders, and anyone questioning where God fits into suffering will find encouragement in this message of hope for a broken world.
John Bell collects scripts from his radio show 'Thought for the day', offering a religious perspective on matters of current social and international importance.
Pain is NOT the end of your story.
Katie Souza was a career criminal, and after being convicted of a number of felonies, she was sent to federal prison to serve almost twelve years. While serving what would be her final prison sentence, Katie encountered God in a way that dramatically changed her life. She immediately became an outspoken advocate for Jesus, and her infectious love for Him caused many women inside her cell block to accept Him as their Savior.
Her story is a vivid demonstration of the desperate need we have for the healing of soul wounds-the often unidentified impediment that holds us back. Through this remarkable story and teaching, you will be able to find a pathway to healing and receive the blessings God is pouring out.
Experiencing God in Late Medieval and Early Modern England demonstrates that experiences of divine revelation, both biblical and contemporary, were central to late medieval and early modern English religion. The book sheds light on previously under-explored notions about divine revelation and the role these notions played in shaping large portions of English thought and belief. Bringing together a wide variety of source materials, from contemplative works and accounts of revelatory experiences to biblical commentaries, devotionals, and religious imagery, David J. Davis argues that in the period there was a collective representation of divine revelation as a source of human knowledge, which transcended other religious and intellectual divisions. Not only did most people think that divine revelation, through a ravishing encounter with God, was possible, but also divine revelation was understood to be the pinnacle of religious experience and a source of pure understanding. The book highlights a common discourse running through the sources that underpinned this collective representation of how human beings experienced the divine, and it demonstrates a continual effort across large swathes of English religion to prepare an individual's soul for an encounter with the divine, through different spiritual disciplines and devotional practices. Over a period of several centuries this discourse and the larger culture of revelation provided an essential structure and legitimacy both to contemporary claims of divine revelation and the biblical precedents that contemporary experiences were modelled after. This discourse detailed the physical, metaphysical, and epistemological features of how a human being was understood to experience divine revelation, providing a means to delimit and define what happened when an individual was rapture by God. Finally, the book situates the experience of revelation within the wider context of knowledge and identifies the ways that claims to divine revelation were legitimated as well as stigmatized based on this common understanding of the experience of rapture.
Over 1 Million Sold For half a century, J. I. Packer's classic has helped Christians around the world discover the wonder, the glory, and the joy of knowing God. Stemming from Packer's profound theological knowledge, Knowing God brings together two key facets of the Christian faith--knowing about God and knowing God through a close relationship with Jesus Christ. Written in an engaging and practical tone, this thought-provoking work seeks to renew and enrich our understanding of God. Named by Christianity Today as one of the top fifty books that have shaped evangelicals, Knowing God is now among the iconic books featured in the IVP Signature Collection. A new companion Bible study is also available to help readers explore these biblical themes for themselves.
It is God’s design, desire, and intention to empower humans and entrust
them to participate in the ongoing creativity of the universe. Yet a
look at our history and the world around us shows that the story of
most men is being entrusted with power and having that power bring harm
to themselves and those under their care.
Women are bombarded with ideas of perfection--and tips for how to achieve it--every day. From her work to her looks to her parenting, today's modern woman is expected to strive to be picture perfect in every way. As a result, calls for authenticity and imperfection are on the rise. Yet, deep down, most of us still want to achieve perfection. Why? The desire to be perfect, says Kim Hyland, is actually a God-given urge. After all, we were made for Eden. But there is a difference between perfection and perfectionism, which is our attempt to achieve perfection on our own, by our own strength, and for our own purposes--the original temptation in the Garden. In this freeing book, Hyland offers women a stirring manifesto for acknowledging their limitations and embracing the perfection of God through his grace. This is a book for every woman who gives 110% and yet feels shame when one little thing goes wrong.
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