Introspection is good, because It helps us to grow. This book deals with handling problems: adversity, weakness, cruelty, sickness, pornography, depression, suicide, acceptance, grace, anger & rage etc. We must allow the Holy Spirit to transform us.
Pray and Play comes out of the author's first sixteen years as an unbelieving fun-lover and his next twenty-one years seeking pleasure alongside of God, who then taught him to worship God in his fun-life. The book helps readers dedicate their pleasure to the true God of the Bible.
Ever wonder what your calling is? Do you feel burdened for the nations? If you are willing to follow where God leads you, the road ahead may be challenging, but it will be well worth it if you do not give up. In For the Joy Set Before Us, Erica Fye invites you to journey with her to get a glimpse into the life of a missionary, and to offer insight into what God may have in store for your life.
An Unfathomable Gift!: God’s Astonishing Grace CrossLink Publishing www.crosslinkpublishing.com Copyright, © 2014 Jan Blonk All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form, except for brief quotations in reviews, without the written permission of the author. Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved under International Copyright Law. ISBN 978-1-63357-004-7 Library of Congress Control Number: 2014947001 All scripture are taken from The Holy Bible , English Standard Version. Copyright © 2000; 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
If you have ever felt overwhelmed by grief or oppressed by a general sense of hopelessness, or discouraged by the trials of life, you will discover in the pages of this book a living, loving, and powerful God. Incidentally, you will be entertained. Read about this sweet family, the kind all of us might wish to call our own. Find out, immediately, that their lives are about to be molested by a tragic event. Meet the family, father, mother, children, and grandmother. Walk in the shoes of the sheriff and his staff, as they struggle to find and rescue David from his captors. Meet Buddy, a Great White Pyrenees dog, just a dog, not an angel, but a big, white, fluffy dog, that plays an integral part in this saga...
Professor William Berrit's life is safe, comfortable, and sheltered from inconvenient convictions until he uncovers a venerated treasure long-preserved in a dusty attic - a letter written in the first century of Christianity by a distant ancestor recounting how faith in God saved the Berrit family from destruction and showed them the way of truth. With each soul-stirring chapter, William learns more about God's amazing intervention in the lives of his ancient family, providing light and love despite the darkness surrounding them. His own religious-life uninspired and uncertain, William's beliefs and principles are tested, and he soon finds himself in the middle of intellectual doubt and personal danger, all because of The Letter of Alon.
Believers who are serious about the Christian life invest a lot of passion, prayer, and study to get it right. But what if there is no it? Roger Seymour draws on his 40 years as a Christian therapist to challenge prevailing notions of Christianity.