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The Depth of Faith

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The ultimate goal of this book is to increase anyone’s faithlessness, weak faith, or little faith to a substantial gravity of mature and deep faith in Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, since true faith is the bridge between God and man. The Bible clearly spells out “Jesus is the author and finisher of faith,” and every believer in Him ought to follow His footsteps. While reading this book, a genuine transformation in your faith may take place, and you may feel the amount of faith slowly enhances and spiritual darkness gradually vanishes. Feel the light arrive which would eventually portray the “bright and morning star,” and it is nobody but Jesus Christ. He is the “Bishop of all souls” who knocks at every door to open and anyone opens by faith, He would dine with him or her, and that person would truly understand He is the author and finisher of your faith.

Find It Fast in the Bible

Find It Fast in the Bible Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Thomas Nelson
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Quickly find over 5,000 of your favorite biblical phrases. Find it Fast in the Bible is a trusted, time-saving resource for personal and group study. This A to Z Resource is the perfect companion for any topical concordance or Bible dictionary. Features: Quick access to meaningful biblical phrases Exact chapter-and-verse locations

If the West Falls...

If the West Falls... Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bridget S. Howe
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If The West Falls If the West Falls is the result of four years of research that began when the author learned that she was a target of US Government sponsored Organized Vigilante Stalking. Her investigation into the crime that had been committed against her led her to an understanding of the crime that is being committed by the United States government against the people of this nation and the rest of the world. The author’s investigation reveals • The presence of a fascist underground controlling the life of this nation and the lives of American people • The plans of secret societies such as the Bilderbergers, the Trilateral Commission and the Council of Foreign relations to dissolve the national sovereignty of the United States of America • The influence of the occult in public institutions and the American Christian Church • Crimes being committed by US governing officials being covered up by the National Security Act including the exploitation of children • Exploitation of American citizens and people around the world under the Patriot Act and the Military Commissions Act

Landscape and Gender in the Novels of Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy

Landscape and Gender in the Novels of Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Eithne Henson
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Examining a wide range of representations of physical, metaphorical, and dream landscapes in Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy, Eithne Henson explores the way in which gender attitudes are expressed, both in descriptions of landscape as the human body and in ideas of nature. Henson discusses the influence of eighteenth-century aesthetic theory, particularly on Brontë and Eliot, and argues that Ruskinian aesthetics, Darwinism, and other scientific preoccupations of an industrializing economy, changed constructions of landscape in the later nineteenth century. Henson examines the conventions of reading landscape, including the implied expectations of the reader, the question of the gendered narrator, how place defines the kind of action and characters in the novels, the importance of landscape in creating mood, the pastoral as a moral marker for readers, and the influence of changing aesthetic theory on the implied painterly models that the three authors reproduce in their work. She also considers how each writer defines the concept of Englishness against an internal or colonial Other. Alongside these concerns, Henson interrogates the ancient trope that equates woman with nature, and the effect of comparing women to natural objects or offering them as objects of the male gaze, typically to diminish or control them. Informed by close readings, Henson's study offers an original approach to the significances of landscape in the 'realist' nineteenth-century novel.

Thinking with Feeling

Thinking with Feeling Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Douglas P. Newton
Editor: Routledge
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Are emotions good or bad for thinking and learning? Have you ever wondered why a good lesson of one year falls flat in another? Why do students behave the way they do? Teachers are expected to foster productive thought yet the neglect of emotion in the classroom, in favour of intellect, means teaching and learning is often not as effective as it might be. Thinking with Feeling explores what we mean by productive thought, its interrelationship with mood and emotions, how teachers can manage that interaction to improve teaching and learning, and what teacher trainers could do about it. Synthesising the most important international research in the field, it offers a framework for productive, purposeful thought - deduction, understanding, creative thinking, wise thinking, and critical thinking - and explains how mood and emotion can support and also impede learning. It considers the effect of the interplay of emotion and intellect on classroom behaviour, on students’ public performance and performance in tests, and how emotional labour can affect the teacher. Illustrated with examples from practice, this challenging, thoughtful study offers education professionals a basis for understanding the interaction of emotions and cognition and making it a successful partnership in order to improve teaching and learning.

The End of Rejection

The End of Rejection Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Chris Hayward
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We all want to be loved. Yet almost from the moment we take our first breaths, we find ourselves dealing with rejection. The causes of rejection date back to the beginning of the world with Adam and Eve! By understanding the origin of rejection, its influence on our lives, and our own role in coping with it, we will be on the road to wholeness and freedom. Learn how fear of rejection subtly manifests itself in our lives as perfectionism and withdrawal. Find out why church splits, divorce, and racial prejudice are all an outgrowth of rejection. Learn why self-rejection may lead to depression and even suicide. Discover how coming to grips with rejection can release us to be the complete person we were meant to be--in our marriages, families, workplaces, and ministries.

Divine Covenants and Moral Order

Divine Covenants and Moral Order Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David VanDrunen
Editor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
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This book addresses the old question of natural law in its contemporary context. David VanDrunen draws on both his Reformed theological heritage and the broader Christian natural law tradition to develop a constructive theology of natural law through a thorough study of Scripture. The biblical covenants organize VanDrunen's study. Part 1 addresses the covenant of creation and the covenant with Noah, exploring how these covenants provide a foundation for understanding God's governance of the whole world under the natural law. Part 2 treats the redemptive covenants that God established with Abraham, Israel, and the New Testament church and explores the obligations of God's people to natural law within these covenant relationships. In the concluding chapter of Divine Covenants and Moral Order VanDrunen reflects on the need for a solid theology of natural law and the importance of natural law for the Christian's life in the public square.]>

Epiphanies of the Ordinary

Epiphanies of the Ordinary Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charlie Cleverly
Editor: Hodder & Stoughton
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Through his work as a vicar both in Paris and Oxford, Charlie Cleverly has become passionate about the need to feed our love for God through every means possible, and to find ways of holding on to the love we have for God. This book is the result of that passion. Exploring moments in the Bible where God breaks through into the daily run of life, EPIPHANIES OF THE ORDINARY shows how God used these moment to change the lives of key Bible characters, drawing out the parallels with how God might intervene in our lives. With every event we get a clearer picture of the rounded relationship God wants with each of us, and how this is built up through the ins and outs of daily interaction, and occasionally through life-changing revelations. Culturally relevant and highly readable, Charlie Cleverly's challenge to follow God with our whole hearts will help you move forwards with God, and grab hold once more of the deep enthusiasm for God's plans that we all long for.

Longing for More

Longing for More Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Timothy Willard
Editor: Baker Books
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Catch your breath and sit for a moment. Now listen . . . What do you hear--questions of trust, longing, disappointment, courage, and love? In Longing for More, Timothy Willard invites us to think and pray through our deepest needs, and explores how the ebb and flow of life can be used for God's glory. Creatively organized in 52 chapters that follow the four seasons of the year, the daily readings point the way to a richer spiritual life. "Timothy Willard is quickly becoming one of my favorite writers. His poetic words and soul-reaching insights leave me longing for more--more beauty, more depth, more Jesus, which is exactly what this book offers."--Sarah Mae, author of Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe "There are sacred moments when life catches you up in its beautiful mystery. Suddenly everything feels heavy and connected. You want to weep and cheer at the same time. You come away empowered, fully alive. Timothy sets you down in these moments. Get caught up in them and watch yourself come to life." --Lacey Sturm, platinum-selling musician and author of The Reason: How I Discovered a Life Worth Living

Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man

Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Herman Witsius
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Hermann Witsius (1636 – 1708) was a Dutch theologian whose massive, pioneering work on the covenants in Scripture remains a significant contribution to Reformed theology. This classic work is organized as follows: Preface The Life of the Author Book I Chapter I. Of the Divine Covenants in General Chapter II. Of the Contracting Parties in the Covenant of Works Chapter III. Of the Law or Condition of the Covenant of Works Chapter IV. Of the Promises of the Covenant of Works Chapter V. Of the Penal Sanction Chapter VI. Of the Sacraments of the Covenant of Works Chapter VII. Of the First Sabbath Chapter VIII. Of the Violation of the Covenant of Works on the Part of Man Chapter IX. Of the Abrogation of the Covenant of Works on the Part of God Book II Chapter I. Introduction to the Covenant of Grace Chapter II. Of the Covenant Between God the Father and the Son Chapter III. The Nature of the Covenant Between the Father and the Son More Fully Explained Chapter IV. Of the Person of the Surety Chapter V. Of the Suretiship and Satisfaction of Christ Chapter VI. What Sufferings of Christ Are Satisfactory Chapter VII. Of the Efficacy of Christ’s Satisfaction Chapter VIII. Of the Necessity of Christ’s Satisfaction Chapter IX. Of the Persons for Whom Christ Engaged and Satisfied Chapter X. After What Manner Christ Used the Sacraments Book III Chapter I. Of the Covenant of God With the Elect Chapter II. Of the Oneness of the Covenant of Grace, as to Its Substance Chapter III. Of the Different Economies or Dispensations of the Covenant of Grace Chapter IV. Of Election Chapter V. Of Effectual Calling Chapter VI. Of Regeneration Chapter VII. Of Faith Chapter VIII. Of Justification Chapter IX. Of Spiritual Peace Chapter X. Of Adoption Book III Chapter XI. Of the Spirit of Adoption Chapter XII. Of Sanctification Chapter XIII. Of Conservation Chapter XIV. Of Glorification Book IV Chapter I. Of the Doctrine of Salvation in the First Age of the World Chapter II. Of the Doctrine of Grace Under Noah Chapter III. Of the Doctrine of Grace From Abraham to Moses Chapter IV. Of the Decalogue Chapter V. Of the Doctrine of the Prophets Chapter VI. Of the Types Chapter VII. Of the Sacraments of Grace Down to Abraham Chapter VIII. Of Circumcision Chapter IX. Of the Passover Chapter X. Of the Extraordinary Sacraments in the Wilderness Chapter XI. Of the Blessings of the Old Testament Chapter XII. Of the Imperfections Falsely Ascribed to the Old Testament Chapter XIII. Of the Real Defects of the Old Testament Chapter XIV. Of the Abrogation of the Old Testament Chapter XV. Of the Benefits of the New Testament Chapter XVI. Of Baptism Chapter XVII. Of the Lord’s Supper

40 Days With God in the Garden

40 Days With God in the Garden Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melody Lowes
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Is your heart hurting? Are you struggling to ‘keep it all together’ under a heavy load? Is your journey leaving your heart battered and bruised? Are your life circumstances pinning you down and drowning your dreams? Ah, friend. I have been there, too. When your heart is hungry, when your spirit withers under fierce opposition, when your soul is desperate to find what it so desperately craves, nothing but more of Jesus, more of God’s peaceful presence will satisfy. Come with me to the garden – its leafy boughs sing soothing songs, therapeutic to the soul. Its restful peace restores, its blossoms bless and encourage. The lessons a garden teaches are accessible to all – and God’s green-leafed grace can bring health and vitality to your desolate spirit as you stroll its paths. So come with me to the garden. If you are anything like me, you will find what your soul thirsts for so frantically among its fruits and foliage. You may just find God there...

The Seeker

The Seeker Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Harry Leon Wilson
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"The Seeker" by Harry Leon Wilson. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Sound Doctrine For Today's Christians; What the bible says

Sound Doctrine For Today's Christians; What the bible says Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rev. Preston N. Jr. Tolliver
Editor: Trafford Publishing
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Sound Doctrine for Today’s Christians addresses a multitude of today’s issues from a scriptural stand point. The author relies upon the scriptures to provide the commentary as chapter after chapter of Biblical clarity is given to provide sound doctrine for the reader. The end result is a forthright scriptural presentation in complete thoughts as referenced from the King James Version (exclusively) of the Bible. There are forty chapters presented that cover a gamut of topics from the reasons for reading the Bible to faith issues, differentiation of Christianity in terms of denominations and from other religions, personal life choices and the choices of a nation. Profound statement after statement is presented with the irrefutable clarity of the scriptural basis provided for each statement. This book provides a basis for Biblical doctrine examination and well as an awesome evangelistic thrust.

What Do You Know

What Do You Know Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Whipple
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ISBN: 1465366660
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A discussion of Christianity, its history and how modern Christianity relates to the bible. It goes into detail concerning man's spiritual and material body and the relationship between God and mankind. Initially you are challenged to look at what you think you know about Christianity and God and question whether all or any of it is true. It then discusses history starting with the creation to modern day Christianity. You will be surprised at what you thought you knew and what you never considered. Charles Whipple has actually visited Heaven many times and has written several books concerning Heaven and Christianity.

The Lord's Prayer: Take a Closer Look

The Lord's Prayer: Take a Closer Look Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jim Webb
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The Lord’s Prayer has been called a model prayer by many good theologians. But it is also true that it is among the least scrutinized of all teachings in the Bible, and therefore one of the least studied and understood. We need to remind ourselves that when Jesus gave this teaching to us it was for the express purpose of establishing a good communication with God out in the joys and scuffles of daily life. This book is offered to take the reader back to that purpose. We need to put ourselves back in the shoes of those who heard this teaching on prayer for the first time. When we do, we find our identity, our destiny, and our purpose for living at the very foundation of what Jesus told us here, along with the corollaries too. We discover that this and this alone is the foundational teaching on communicating with God in the New Testament, and when all else is stripped away it is the one understanding we cannot do without; it becomes our anchor point. It not only focuses our understanding on the truth behind all things; it exposes a great deal of falsehood as a consequence. How could it not? When the road we walk is rock solid at its base, the quicksand is easy to spot and avoid. This book takes each element of this prayer and discusses it in-depth, and each element reveals more than what first meets the eye. Of course, this prayer-teaching by Jesus of Nazareth is of necessity coupled with a great deal of related New Testament teaching throughout the book.

An Arrow in the Quiver of the Lord

An Arrow in the Quiver of the Lord Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul M Mahlobogwane
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 1468952749
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This book is not a science fiction but a motivational book that is written to cautiontize us not to leave a misplace life as arrows in the quiver of the Lord. Many people today found themselves misplaced because of different reason, for example, because of bitterness, arrogance, or eagerness to achieve something, or because of desire. The book is written to remind us, of the qualities that we have as arrows in the hands of God, and it explains the reason why David says, in Psalm 127:3-4 ?Children are like arrows in the quiver of the Lord. Today some even live their marriages, and destroy all the good that they had built for many years simply because of a misplaced heart. People divorce, commit suicide or murder simply because of a misplace heart. Some live complicated lives simply because they have lost their mandate in life, and a result, they fail to live fulfilling lives like arrows, but instead they live like boomerang, always striving hard to find identity, exposure and breakthrough but always coming back to the same position in life, a position of striving and not succeeding. This book will help you to understand the value and significant of being an arrow in the quiver of the Lord, and why it is import to remain in the right quiver of the Lord and not any other quiver. The book outlines characteristics of an arrow, and it explains how to rise beyond people?s expectations, perceptions and the recommendations of this world, so that one should not find himself misplaced in life living a trying life instead of a triumphing life.

Signposts on the Road to Forgiveness

Signposts on the Road to Forgiveness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Crawford
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ISBN: 1490807802
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Signposts on the Road to Forgiveness is a book about forgiveness and so much more. It’s a call to come to the spiritual place for which you were born. It’s a call to a deeper relationship with the Lord. Ten chapters lay a scriptural foundation concerning the plan God has had for you from the beginning. Twenty signposts then give scriptural directives to help you make these truths a reality in your life. Learn how to get beyond the pain you’ve experienced at the hands of others, even as Jesus did. See how to forgive others and how to forgive yourself, so you can truly fulfill your destiny. Understand what the Bible really teaches about gossip, anger, and the Christian’s responsibility in judging others. Take a fresh, scriptural look at when to remit sins, when to retain sins, when to confront, and when to walk away. Whether you have just embarked on your spiritual quest or you’ve been a Christian for years, God wants to take you on a walk with Him that will liberate and heal you, enabling you to be all He intended you to be. Hear anew His call to follow Him on this spiritual road purchased for you by His own blood. Lift up your eyes and behold His glory. Experience the restoration of the joy of your salvation. Rejoice as you continue on your personal journey with Him, recognizing and following His signposts along the way.

Death's Masquerade Shattered

Death's Masquerade Shattered Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charlotte M. Nabors
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449734286
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This book is about gaining a biblical understanding of death. Whether you are Christian or not, you may see things in a whole new way and gain an understanding of the many theories you have heard over the years. This book is valuable to anyone who has had questions about God's justice or injustice, hellfire, or where we go when we die. Learn about suicide, euthanasia, ghosts, the crucifixion, and many more insights. The wisdom within is heavily supported with biblical texts and the personal experiences of the author and others.

But Then My Voice Changed

But Then My Voice Changed Pdf/ePub eBook Author: R. Eugene Bales
Editor: Abbott Press
ISBN: 9781458205810
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From revival meetings held in abandoned storefronts to seminars conducted in university halls, author R. Eugene Bales stumbled his way from youth as a fledgling fundamentalist preacher to adulthood as a nonbelieving academic. Through a series of essays, he chronicles his spiritual journey that began in a white frame building that housed the Church of God in a dust-blown southwestern Kansas town. Here he learned the books of the Bible, was born again, baptized, sanctified holy, sang specials for Sunday morning services, and preached his first sermon. While attending the University of Wichita and serving as assistant to the pastor in a suburban church, he experienced an epiphany of doubt that collided with the teachings of his boyhood church. Advanced training in philosophy gave him analytical tools that he neededto critically evaluate conceptual underpinnings of religious claims. In But Then My Voice Changed, Bales explains why traditional notions central to religious faith are fundamentally incoherent. He argues that the evidence of so-called religious experience is a chimaera, and he challenges orthodox pictures of the relationship of the body to the soul; of the continued existence of a conscious, disembodied soul after death; of heaven and hell; of miracles, the resurrection, and the efficacy of prayer.

Being Found in Him

Being Found in Him Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rene’ Gloria Hood
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ISBN: 1449755127
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Being Found in Him by Rene’ Gloria Hood Summary

“Throughout the years of spiritual warfare, she has never laid her sword down. She has fought day in and day out the good fight of faith. In spite of being told by man she would not live to see forty years of age, and all the distractions that came her way, she always reminded the heavenly Father of His promises to her. This book is a must, you have to read and see for yourself.” —Brenda Green, personal assistant “Apostle Rene’ is the best example I’ve personally experienced of someone who walks in the fullness of the abundant life God has for us. Her realness helped make God more real for me, and I know her testimony in this book will help make Him real to others also.” —DerShaun Blanding, BFIH editor

Van Gogh and the Art of Living

Van Gogh and the Art of Living Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anton Wessels
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Vincent van Gogh believed that one had to learn to read, just as one had to learn to see and learn to live. Van Gogh conveyed a message in his work about the path that he himself followed that was "more true to life," the path that human beings walk in their turbulent existence, the pilgrimage along the various stages of the road of life. He does not speak about the meaning of life but about the true art of living. It is fascinating to see and read the moving way in which he wrestled with the deep human questions of the whence, why, and whither of life. He did not see himself doing this on his own but acknowledged kindred spirits and allies in preachers, preacher-poets, painters, writers, and other artists who also attempted to find their own way through life in a similar fashion.Van Gogh was aware, like no other, of his duty and task in life: his vocation as human being and artist. That means that he was well acquainted with loneliness, fear, and despair, including suicidal tendencies. Nevertheless, he understood himself as cut out for faith, rather than resignation. Human beings follow their life's path, through storms and dangers, on land and on sea, where the "star of the sea" (the Virgin Mary) helps them and provides light. Van Gogh rejected the unhealthy, sickly forms of religion, electing instead to embrace authentic forms of piety.

Discover Yourself

Discover Yourself Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Cally Cussons, PhD
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ISBN: 1496985869
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DISCOVER YOURSELF is a captivating book by a man who had every raw material to manufacture excuses and give up on life. Having challenged his challenges, the author indirectly relives his challenges and shares how he conquered them. The book vividly gives you practical and proven strategies on how to conquer yourself and achieve success in all areas of your life. Discover Yourself helps the reader make practical sense of the seeming conundrum called life. The reader immediately fi nds answers to these questions: Why? Why Not? Why Not Me? Why Not Now? The principles enunciated in this book are novel, yet timeless, and fundamental. The principles turn your ideas into results, your end of the road to a bend in the road, and your obvious disadvantage to advancement. It turns the reader from a chameleon taking colour from the environment to a painter putting colour in the environment. This book teaches that life is a wrapped gift. It also shows the reader how to unwrap the gift successfully.

NLT, New Spirit-Filled Life Bible, eBook

NLT, New Spirit-Filled Life Bible, eBook Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Thomas Nelson
Editor: Thomas Nelson
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Find the Holy Spirit throughout the Bible. Dr. Jack Hayford, founding pastor of The Church on the Way, has led a team of anointed leaders to produce the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible. This outstanding resource offers a fresh look at the Scriptures and the work of the Holy Spirit. This Bible addresses important issues of Spirit-filled living in the context of solid biblical scholarship. Features include: Kingdom Dynamics - 41 themes throughout the Scripture that give us values as we advance the gospel throughout the world Word Wealth - More than 550 key terms defined and brought to life pulling the language from the original Greek and Hebrew to everyday English Truth-In-Action - Practical charts pulling out practical application from every book of the Bible Detailed book introductions Verse-by-verse study notes 9-point type size Spirit-Filled Life Bibles sold to date: More than 2 million

The Nearest

The Nearest Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tim Rose
Editor: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780990707
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Have you ever felt that your devotional life falls short of the ideal? Have you ever wondered how you can have an intimate, meaningful relationship with God when the demands of modern life make it all but impossible? Do you feel trapped and frustrated by a pattern of daily devotions, which you find unfulfilling? The Nearest sets out to tackle these questions by challenging many of the preconceptions, which have become entangled with the popular understanding of spirituality in western Christianity. By looking at prayer and devotion from a different perspective, Tim Ross shows how a fulfilling relationship with God is both realistic and achievable within the confines of your life right now.

Fighting Temptation - the Word Way

Fighting Temptation - the Word Way Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bryan Amit Prasad
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490858601
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Fighting Temptation - the Word Way by Bryan Amit Prasad Summary

There is nothing that you cannot overcome, and he who overcomes will receive the Crown of Life as their reward. God has provided for every need of man, whether it is emotional or spiritual. It is all in the Word of God: the Bible. It starts in the mind and ends in our actions, what is needed here is our yielding to Gods Word. Its not my view, neither is it your view, nor is it the worlds view. What brings lasting change is Gods Word View. In this book, you will see the unfolding of temptation and its effect leading to the answer God has provided for man through the finished work of Jesus on the cross and His ascension to heaven. You will see how Prayer and the Word of God can be used to see not only answers in our life but things that are about to happen. Where the first Adam failed, the second Adam has succeeded. Amen. Jesus is Grace and Truth.

The Worm Ouroboros

The Worm Ouroboros Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Eric Rücker Eddison
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The Worm Ouroboros is a heroic fantasy novel by E. R. Eddison, first published in 1922. Inspired by and reminiscent of Norse sagas, the book describes the protracted war between the domineering King Gorice of Witchland and the Lords of Demonland. The novel's events are set in an imaginary world that appears mainly medieval—an excellent read for fans of Tolkien and Robin Hood stories.

My Search For What Is Spiritual Second Edition: Destructive Words

My Search For What Is Spiritual Second Edition: Destructive Words Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William W Warner Jr
Editor: America Star Books
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My Search For What Is Spiritual Second Edition: Destructive Words by William W Warner Jr Summary

This Second edition to my first book is to help leaders within the Body of Christ when teaching and describing the destructive words of Satan. For I believe that the spiritual leaders of the Body of Christ needs to be equip with the knowledge of common words that Satan uses to attack leaders of the Body of Christ and all Christians. For Satan uses these words to destroy our relationship with God.

Unholy Alliance

Unholy Alliance Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Yallop
Editor: Constable
ISBN: 1472116569
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Unholy Alliance by David Yallop Summary

Imagine a company so big and so powerful that its annual turnover is equal in size to China's entire GDP. A company whose gross turnover for just one financial year is sufficient to buy at current market value the world's three largest public companies: General Electric, Royal Dutch Shell and Microsoft. A company that if it dipped into its petty cash could in the same year also buy Coca-Cola. A company where ten days' turnover is in excess of the combined assets of the world's top fifty banks. It exists. Its current annual turnover of more than $500 billion is derived from just three products: heroin, cocaine, marijuana. The drugs cartel of cartels is a factual reality, but sometimes it is only through fiction that one can get close to the real truth. Drawing on years of experience as a bestselling investigative writer, David Yallop has produced an explosive fiction debut. Unholy Alliance is a breath-taking high-speed race that goes straight to the truth behind the modern American nightmare and into an alarming, but all too believable future.

The Steward Leader

The Steward Leader Pdf/ePub eBook Author: R. Scott Rodin
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830896678
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In this book R. Scott Rodin offers a unique and profoundly theologically informed model of leadership forged out of his extensive experience and theological studies. This model is personal, dynamic and transformative for the leaders themselves, for the people they work with and for the institution or organizations in which they serve.

The Voice of My Brother's Blood

The Voice of My Brother's Blood Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Charles Craley
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ISBN: 1496921569
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A young man in despair cries out: “Why can’t I be gay and still be loved by God?” And God replies: “Yes you can! Yes you are!” Once in a generation there comes a story so rare and beautiful that it changes peoples’ lives. The Voice of My Brother’s Blood is such a story. David Shepherd is a picture of the perfect son—handsome young teacher in an evangelical Christian ministry. Once caught up in the hedonistic gay lifestyle in San Francisco, David is convinced he has been changed by the will of God. Summoned to counsel a student who refuses to accept traditional Bible teaching on homosexuality, David knew from the moment he looked into the compelling brown eyes of Mark Ward that this defiant young man with the face of an angel would challenge everything he thought he believed. Together David and Mark find themselves swept up in a struggle for justice, searching for the strength to stand against a Goliath of religious bigotry. Liberally referencing the Bible as a weapon for truth, The Voice of My Brother’s Blood is a story of adoration and conviction that jerks the sanctimonious foundation out from under religious intolerance. _________________________________________ David Charles Craley is a writer, editor and, for more than four decades, a researcher and teacher of the Bible. The Voice of My Brother’s Blood: A Love Story is his third book. The first was The Hope of Glory: In Search of the Light (1979), and the second: The Secret to Holy Spirit Authority: In the Power of the Spirit (2011). He lives in Austin TX. __________________________________________

Mercedes of Castile

Mercedes of Castile Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James Fenimore Cooper
Editor: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 146554156X
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War in Heaven

War in Heaven Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Derek Prince
Editor: Chosen Books
ISBN: 1441265260
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Could spiritual warfare be an essential part of God's plan for each of us? It's a battle that's been going on since soon after the beginning of time. What began as one archangel's rebellion set the course for all of humanity, unleashing a war of epic proportions. The answers to the basic questions of evil are rooted in this battle, as is the significance of Jesus' stunning victory over Satan on the cross. This heavenly war is all-encompassing, and no part of life remains untouched by it. In this expanded edition of his classic text, bestselling author and Bible teacher Derek Prince explores the inner workings of this intense conflict. His accessible, in-depth exploration will help you identify the devil's unchanging tactics, seize your biblical weapons and learn to wage war against the forces of evil around you. Now includes study questions for even more in-depth study and application. Don't wait. It's time to take your place in the battle--and declare victory.

Jesus: What Really Happened

Jesus: What Really Happened Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brad Steuerwald
Editor: Redemption Press
ISBN: 1632322005
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As a boy growing up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, Brad Steuerwald remembers Zion Church and looking up at the front of the church and the stained glass window next to the altar, showing Jesus coming out of his tomb. He wondered who this man was. After many years of searching, he finally decided that the historical Jesus could be found in his demonstrations -- "signs" -- of the Jewish festivals -- Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Passover and Pentecost. "Jesus: What Really Happened" is written to demonstrate that Jesus spent his ministry demonstrating, giving "signs" of these festivals. When Jesus finally broke out of his cave-tomb, leaving his face-cloth with his image, this was taken as the ultimate sign of Passover.


Selah Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Carolyn Jean McClain Washington
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499072147
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It has been my desire to give back to God what he has so graciously given to me and his unfailing love to my family and friends. This book means a great deal to me because it’s inspired by God. For without him, I’m able to do nothing. May these simple words add faith to your life, joy to your soul , and much food for thought. In Jesus name, amen.

The Battle of Inchcolm Abbey

The Battle of Inchcolm Abbey Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William Clinkenbeard
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781469760803
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Davis Lane is a freelance theologian who, in a secular age, doesnt get a lot of work. Until, that is, he receives a mysterious invitation to go to Inchcolm with its ruined medieval abbey in Scotlands Firth of Forth. Its there that Alexander Morton, American property tycoon, is hatching plans to build the worlds holiest golf course along with a hotel and casino. An enigmatic lady in trilby and tweed commissions Lane to research the island and its abbey in order to advise the parties affected by this extravagant development. The commission dredges up painful memories of a recent encounter with the CIA. The research is intriguing, drawing Lane into a fascinating maelstrom of history and legend. He discovers that the chill waters of the Forth not only host seabirds and seals, but also the coffin of the man who was supposed to be buried within the abbey. The Augustinian canons of the abbey may have been devoted to peace and love, but they turn out to be anything but meek and mild. Despite misgivings, Lane is impressed by the plans of the tycoon and also by his beautiful daughter. The proposed development,however, sparks off angry demonstrations, resulting in a death threat. Set in the Forth estuary and moving between Edinburgh and Fife, The Battle of Inchcolm Abbey is a work of fiction carefully woven around history and legend. The central character of this theological novel attempts to depict authentic faith and ethics in a secular and morally complex world.


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It’s funny; it takes your death for people to realize what you were trying to tell them while you were still living!” Engagement in Peril is Dara Odoe Sok’s third book in a series of three. This selection is his longest and most detailed published work. Here Sok features the life of his beloved Shin-Shin Igami and uncovers the many trials and tribulations that Igami had endured in the hands of betrayal, deceit and lies. This shocking and provocative piece takes readers to the sharp and double-edged sword that describes the ambivalence, the inconsistencies and ironies that was bequeathed into Sok’s and Igami’s lives. With blatant expressions, this brave and bold read holds nothing back. The author bluntly shares his experiences in the identical image that is reflected in his mind, void of any pretentions or sugar-coating. This book is for a mature set of readers who has the open-mind and wide understanding for radical beliefs, ideas and expressions.

Covenant Love

Covenant Love Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melva Hammon Edwards
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452050783
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Do you ever think of God as a prize fighter? How about as a ‘bouncer?’ Or maybe a challenging warrior? Well, He is all of that and much more as His story unfolds in this chronological adventure through the Old Testament. You will watch the wrestling match between Him and Jacob. You will see Lot dragged out of Sodom and Joshua facing Him dressed in battle array. God is trying in every way to relate to those who choose to follow Him. How does He relate to you?

My Days In Prison - Karagar

My Days In Prison - Karagar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Urmila Shastri
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9350294621
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Mahatma Gandhi called Indians to Civil Disobedience, with his Dandi March and the plea to boycott British goods. Millions of Indians bought and publicly set British goods on fire, exhorting others to follow suit - Urmila Shastri among them. She joined the Satyagraha Movement as a volunteer for the Congress in Meerut. On 17 July 1930, twenty-one-year-old Urmila was arrested on charges of picketing and instigating university students against the government. The case went to trial and the British magistrate offered to acquit her if she apologized in court. Urmila chose to go to jail for six months. Once again, when Mahatma Gandhi announced the Quit India Movement in 1942, Urmila courted arrest. This time, though, she fell seriously ill in jail and was denied proper treatment. She witnessed the inhuman atrocities that the jail authorities heaped on freedom fighters and other prisoners. With no other outlet for her angst, she wrote about her days there. She died at thirty-three, with a smile on her face and Gandhi's dream in her heart. Disturbing yet inspiring, this bilingual edition of Urmila Shastri's prison diary is an intimate chronicle of an epoch-making era.

The One Year Pray for Life Bible NLT

The One Year Pray for Life Bible NLT Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tyndale,Joni Eareckson Tada
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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Pray for the urgent need to protect life as you read through the whole Bible in just one year. The One Year Pray for Life Bible provides the structure to help you read Gods life-changing Word in the clear and easy-to-read New Living Translation in just 15 minutes a day. It includes daily life issue prayer prompts and inspirational prayers from ministry leaders to help you intercede for precious life issues from womb to tomb. This special edition of The One Year Bible equips you to apply your daily Bible reading in short prayers for both those affected by and those who make decisions about these critical issues. The One Year Pray for Life Bible will help you apply the principles of Gods unchanging Word to effective prayer for our rapidly changing society. Allow God to change you and everyone impacted by ethical life choices as you spend a year in the Word and on your knees.

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