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40 Days Through the Exodus sheds light on the desert experience and journey through the wilderness. Living in this world of Sin, pain and disappointments, we all need somewhere to run to and The Lord is an ever-present friend. He is a pillar of fire by night and a cloud by day. He can carry our burdens and heal our broken hearts. This book is aimed at drawing one closer to God through the study of His word. It is both spiritually enriching and rewarding.
At the end of the second volume of Life of Jesus and His Disciples, we find again the Subject Index of Great Principles and Values for this second part of the Bible. It is intended to make it easier for parents and educators to find the stories that contain moral principles and values that, at a given time, they may wish to teach the children, as well as the character defects they should correct.
Many people want to be rich. They want to make a good living for themselves and their children. But how many of us know what it really means to be rich? In this book, Roger Hernandez and David Paczka confront ideas about money management for Christians and bust a few myths about what the Bible has to say. Based on the 'open hand principle', they challenge you to 'give as you've never given before', making room for God's blessings in your own life.
The Way Jesus wants us to think and act, What values do you live by? What principles drive your thoughts, words and actions? What would you sacrifice everything else for? In this book, Pastor Llewellyn Edwards, an experienced minister, missionary and church administrator describes how the values that inspired Jesus can transform our lives, our families and churches.
“We start with God’s truth – His word to us. We read it, think about it, absorb it, affirm what it is saying and, finally, turn it into personal prayer.” As Paul Bunday himself says in his introduction, God’s words hold the key to an extremely powerful form of praying, and with his host of topics ranging from thanking God for a new purpose to asking for help to deal with our sinful nature, he more than proves that Scripture encourages not just powerful, but passionate prayer as well
Do you sometimes feel like the Christian life is just a long list of do's and don'ts? As a faithful church-goer, are you trying with all your might to be good, only to end up failing to keep your promises time after time? Alejandro Bullon simply and profoundly presents episodes from the lives of various biblical characters to draw out lessons that can be applied to our modern Christian walk.
Faithfully adapted using a vocabulary that is easy to understand for all ages, 172 stories have been taken from the part of the Bible and compiled into two volumes entitled Origin and Destiny of The Earth, encompassing stories from Creation to the dawn of the coming of Messiah. The modern, brilliantly coloured paintings that illustrate each page cause their perusal to be perceived as a real enjoyment. The stories themselves invite youth and children to grow in values, discovering the principles that educate and build the character.
Do miracles still happen or has modern medicine put an end to all that? After forty years' ministry and a thorough analysis of healing in the Bible, David Collinson opens up new insights into the ministry of healing then and now, explaining how New Testament principles can apply in our world. 'David Collinson's book makes an important contribution. If it encourages Christian leaders to engage in a rediscovery of the Christian healing ministry it will have done a significant job for the extension of God's kingdom.'
It was the longest underground entrapment in history. For ten weeks the faith and endurance of a group of Chilean miners, their families and rescue workers were severely tested as the miners remained trapped 700 metres below the Atacama Desert. Many feared the rescue effort would be merely a body-recovery process. Yet instead of abandoning hope, the miners' family chose to place themselves at the mercy of the elements and camp around the mine in what later became known as Camp Hope uniting in their prayers for a miracle.
“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life and that they may have it more abundantly.” Unlike a thief, the Lord Jesus does not come for selfish reasons. He comes to give, not to get. He comes that people may have life in Him that is meaningful, purposeful, joyful, and eternal. We receive this abundant life the moment we accept Him as our Savior.
Doug Batchelor unveils the beauty of the gospel through the eyes of Jesus' most dedicated disciple. Discover a fresh picture of a gentle, loving Saviour who without condemning or condoning our past offers us a new future as we, like Mary, linger at Jesus' feet.
George Brown's The Fruit of the Spirit is a classic exposition of the Spirit-filled life. He is an internationally known preacher and author and, for many years, the spiritual leader of millions of Christians in the Caribbean and Inter-America.
The Book of prophet Daniel has likewise endured and survived all the attacks of those who would oppose the inspiration of the Scriptures. Modern discoveries of buried records in the Middle East confirm the writing of this book by the prophet himself. It is one of the most important books of the Bible.
The second part of this series, entitled Life of Jesus and His Disciples presents 191 stories that recount the life of the Lord and the lives of those who followed Him. Jesus is the main character. His words and actions make His wisdom manifest and His faultless example will deeply impress the reader and will progressively shape and build the character of tomorrow's men and women.
At the end of the second volume of Origin and Destiny of The Earth, you can get the Subject Index of Great Principles and Values. It is intended to make it easier for parents and educators to find the stories in these two volumes that contain the moral principles and values that at a given time, they may wish to teach the children, as well as the character defects they should correct.