148 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Advent is part of the Church’s long tradition, a time of exploration and wonder in considering the incarnation of Jesus. Whether you’re familiar with or new to the celebration of Advent, “Our Savior Come” can be part of this rich experience.
As a collaboration featuring more than a dozen writers and artists, this Advent companion offers a fresh collection of essays, discussion questions, and ideas to encourage reflection and suggest activities as you walk (or run) through the Christmas season.
The book has three parts. First comes a collection of articles written by people with a variety of perspectives and experiences. There are five essays for each of Advent’s four weeks, which means “Our Savior Come” can be used as a daily devotional during the month.
258 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
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Some people think Jesus was a really nice guy. Others believe he was an influential rabbi. Still others believe Jesus was a liar, a leader of liars, or a victim of Jewish fanaticism blowing him way out of proportion. Some atheists believe Jesus was simply some type of myth, perhaps just another Hercules.
Mormons believe Jesus is our spirit brother, along with Satan. Jehovah’s Witnesses believe Jesus is actually Michael the Archangel. Muslims believe Jesus was the precursor prophet to Muhammad. Scientologists believe Jesus was a tool for mind corruption and the root of depression for many people in the world.
125 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled
If you are looking for a great book on Christian living, you’ve found one. Over the years, Phanuel Muverengwi has carefully reflected on the Christian life and has prepared excellent teachings on the subject. He has selected some of the teachings and published them in this great inspirational book.
Salvation is the entry point into the Christian life. Ahead of the saved is a road to be walked, a life to be lived.
God does not save people so that they sit and wait for death. He saves them so that they live the Kingdom life straightaway. It is only by living the Kingdom life that Christians could successfully attract those on the outside.
Do you want to go a step higher in your Christian life? If so, then you will find this book both relevant and valuable.
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Looking for an enjoyable way to study the Bible by yourself or with friends and family?
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This is why BibleEye Bible trivia quizzes are great study tools to engage with the New Testament text.
Also free from the same series: II Thessalonians
372 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star
‘Eradicate’ identifies two major problems causing the spiritual and moral decline in our country: the secular agenda to blot out God, and the apathy of Christians. This book will expose the anti-Christian movements in America and give you a thorough understanding of the foundational battle for truth. With 78% of Americans claiming to be Christians, how did it get to the point where Christianity is having less of an influence on our culture than culture is having on Christianity? Too many believers have conformed to our culture and we’re now suffering the consequences as a nation.
78 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
In our present day and age; people do not expect to encounter a mighty prophet of God, such as Elisha, walking the streets, strolling among sky scrapers and navigating traffic lights. I do not think that the reason for this is that we are living in an era of grace in which powerful, prophetic personalities are no longer among us. I do believe the problem is that the contemporary church is losing sight of the reality of the Holy Spirit and His ability to transform people’s lives so that they truly behave according to God’s model, rather than their own.
In this work I intend to delve into events in the life of the prophet, Elisha, finding essential lessons for our consideration. This is by no means a thorough consideration of all that we can learn from His life, and is not meant to be a criticism of God’s people, but rather a loving challenge and encouragement to pursue our prophetic purpose on the earth.
93 pages, 4 of 5 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Yvonne Foong was just sixteen when she was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis, a genetic illness with no cure. That discovery propelled her into the fight of her life, and she embarked on an odyssey to America to treat the tumours raging within her.
Stark and revealing, this memoir peels back the curtains on her experience and reveals exactly what it means to endure the unendurable. It’s an inspiring journey which captivated a nation, winning Yvonne Foong the title of Most Outstanding Youth at the 2005 Dream Malaysia Awards.
Straddling borders and cultures, this is a story of friendship, faith and hope. A story you won’t soon forget.
36 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
This book is about connecting with the heart of God through praying specific psalms that will transform a woman’s life.The word of God is powerful and is sharp as a surgeon’s scalpel, cutting through everything, whether doubt or defense, laying us open to listen and obey. Nothing and no one is impervious to God’s Word. We can’t get away from it—no matter what. . So this book allows women around the world to connect with God on a daily basis and in him and they will find healing,comfort and answered prayer through any situation…praying psalms for women is a must have Guide for your life.
171 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
In What Did Jesus Do: Using Jesus’ Interactions from Scripture as a Basis for Our Interactions Today!, Brandon Parks utilizes in-depth Biblical interpretation to analyze Jesus’ interactions with three groups of people in Scripture: 1. religious leaders, 2. those within Jesus’ discipleship, and 3. those outside Jesus’ discipleship. Using this information, Brandon gives the modern day Christian guidelines for interacting with similar groups of people today. With this information, Christians can foster better relationships with people and learn ways to interact with people that are more in line with the way Jesus interacted with people in his day.
132 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Hiking Life’s Difficult Trails is a spiritual journey—an arduous challenge. This particular journey is much better suited to those who have learned to live with remorse—who have earned it through a broad diversity of loss, pain and suffering. There are those who in time develop what it takes to negotiate difficult terrain in life, and there are those who do not. Yet to have what it takes has only one requirement—humility.
We all fail in one way or another each day. Admit it or not, we just can’t seem to attain perfection. We usually blame God for our inability to live as we should, but them praise Him when He allows things to get a little better. We just can’t seem to find a way to be content in our circumstances, and be thankful for both the good ones and the bad ones. But, the bottom line is, we actually have some profound misunderstandings—about life, about circumstances, and about God himself.
It’s time once again to hike along with award-winning author Mark Stephen Taylor. In this second volume, he takes us back to the wilderness trail—not just to hike along its rim, but to explore its depths—to hike up its buttes, among its sharp crags, and into its areas of parched desolation. Mr. Taylor helps us to better understand the difficulties of this earthly life, and leads us along a most profound trail of discovery, illumination, and hope. Hiking is indeed great therapy. So, what are you waiting for? C’mon along—let’s do it!
48 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Many times Christians read the Bible and concentrate on the “big name” characters like Paul, Moses, King David, or the Prophet Isaiah. Yet, many of the lesser known folks tend to slip by. If you blink your eyes, you miss them. However, the truths we learn from them are no less important as we grow in faith. This book draws biblical truth from eight lesser known Bible characters in hopes that the reader will both learn and mature in faith.
157 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
In writing, our book we simply wanted to share what we’ve learned from others, our experience, read, seen, etc., through the years. With the divorce rate hovering over 51%, we believe our book will be a pro-active tool anyone can use to beat the odds.” This book identifies questions that you must ask before you decide to marry someone or get into a serious relationship. This book can also be used to strengthen a current relationship. You will learn what your potential spouse wants in a relationship, how they feel about various topics, what their future hopes and dreams are, and how you can build your life together.
Don’t attempt to start a relationship without this book.
181 pages, 8 of 8 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Be prepared for the journey of a lifetime. Your journey. Ricky Maye will take you through a visual and literary discovery of understanding your spiritual journey. In this book Ricky will tackle some major issues dealing with religion and spirituality. In this Book is encouragement, answers but most of all freedom to practice your spirituality on your terms without the smoke and mirrors. Ricky will bring you alongside the spiritual walks of some of the men and women in the Bible and we’ll see that this spirituality is uncomfortable, unpredictable and untamed.
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