How to Know God s Will

Author: Robert M. West
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1607428423
Format: PDF
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“God’s will” may seem mysterious, but the Bible lays out many clear guidelines for us. How to Know God’s Will explains both its general and personal aspects. New from the author of the best-selling How to Study Your Bible and The Ten Commandments—Then and Now, this book covers the topic in six clear, easy-to-read chapters: Understanding God’s Will, Jesus and God’s Will, Christian Living and God’s Will, Discovering God’s Will, Suffering and God’s Will, and My Will and God’s Will. Offering clear Bible teaching and practical encouragement, How to Know God’s Will is an ideal book for both personal and group study.

How to Add Value to Your Christian Life

Author: Phanuel Muverengwi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456736310
Format: PDF, Mobi
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God does not expect a Christian to begin and end at the point of receiving salvation. The purpose of salvation is to usher one into the Kingdom of God. One needs to follow up their salvation with a continual personal development consistent with the new life. After birth, a baby should begin to crawl, then to stand, then to speak more distinctly, then to run and eventually grow into an adult. It is the same with the Christian. After one receives salvation, God expects them to develop, stage by stage, neither ceasing nor retracting. This is the only way one could enrich their Christian life. This is also how they could fortify it. The objective of this book is to motivate you to become a valuable Christian in the various spheres of your life. The book provides you with useful knowledge on how you could continuously develop yourself in this direction.

The Value of Time

Author: Veleria I. Henry
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 161579395X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book was inspired by God for me to write while recovering from a surgical procedure. It provides understanding, direction and redirection to how to get back on God's kingdom plan. People in general have become so accustomed to being short or impatient with one another. We have forgotten how to be respectful, patient and kind to one another unless we are sucking up to get something. We've got to change and treat ALL people how we want to be treated. Unfortunately, the body of Christ is in the same boat. Believers blend into the world, and no one knows the difference between believer and unbeliever. We must come back to the Bible's principles and be fruitful servants of God. Correction is needed. We can no longer overlook our shortcomings because our souls are suffering and so are those who want to become Christians. Veleria Henry is a positive single parent role model who loves to inspire and encourage everyone around her. Veleria enjoys helping others and has worked in law enforcement for 23 years. She is currently in Paralegal school and taking Bible courses to further her Christian knowledge. Veleria's future goal is to become a lawyer. She is a Notary Public for the State of Florida who has also completed training to become a Certified Signing Agent. Her Hobbies include church activities, sewing, cooking, and spending time with her son. Recently, Veleria has become a motorcycling enthusiast and looks forward to riding. Volunteer Services Rendered [Auxiliary Member ICU/NSICU waiting area at Central FL Regional Hospital [Volunteer Hearing Officer Juvenile Justice Center for P.A.Y. (Prosecution Alternative for Youth) [New Destiny Christian Center: areas of service - Kings Kids Ministry & clerical/typing services as needed [RLH Construction Company [GAL- Seminole County Guardian Ad Litem program

The Concept

Author: Bo Bennett
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456600001
Format: PDF, ePub
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Maybe you were born to Christian parents and raised as a Christian. Or maybe you are just a part of a Christian nation. You might have attended church regularly, or maybe just on special occasions. If asked, you say that you believe in God, but you really never thought about what that means exactly. You are a well-educated person who accepts the idea of Biblical miracles, but only the more "reasonable" ones. You have read some of the Bible, mostly just parts of the New Testament, but never committed to reading the Bible cover to cover. You are a good person who admires the many "Christian values" as demonstrated by Jesus Christ. But something does not feel right. * Science tells us that the universe is 13.7 billion years old, but the Bible tells us it's 6,000 years old. * Science tells us life is the result of emergent properties in combined molecules, and we have evolved from a very primitive life form, but the Bible says that God made us, as is, from dust, and blew life in our noses. * You see a world where little bunnies burn to death in forest fires, and wonder why an all-good and loving God would allow such a thing to happen. * You pray to God and you realize that sometimes your prayers are answered, and sometimes they aren't -- just as if you didn't pray at all. * You hear about other religions and wonder why your religion is right and every other religion on the planet is wrong. * You have a real problem with the idea of all your non-Jesus-believing friends and family spending eternity in Hell.âe¨ In fact, the more you look around, the more you see a world absent of this perfect image of a perfect God. As much as you want to avoid critical thinking and "just let go and have faith", you find that you cannot believe in something contrary to your logic and reason -- no matter how much you want to. This might lead to feelings of guilt, insincerity, and/or hypocrisy. Yet you just can't imagine living life without God, and you don't have to. When you start asking serious questions about God and religion, you begin to see through the stories of people living inside the stomachs of big fish, 900-year-old men, and bodies coming back to life after three days, and understand how man created God, and not the other way around. By daring to question "sacred" religion, challenging your childhood beliefs, and risking eternal damnation (okay, so there might be a minor side effect to reading this book), you will discover an appreciation for religion on a new level, as well as a renewed appreciation for the human race. Through a unique blend of science, philosophy, theology, and a touch of humor, you will see how you can trust your logic and reason, be true to yourself, and embrace God - not as a being, but as a concept - The Concept.

The Family Book of Christian Values

Author: D. Stuart Briscoe
Publisher: Chariot Family Pub
ISBN: 9780781402453
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A collection of contemporary and classic Bible-based stories and verse which reinforce personal, spiritual, and relational values

Know Your Bible

Author: Paul Kent
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1607423596
Format: PDF, Docs
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Know Your Bible is a concise, easy-to-understand guide to God's Word-giving you a helpful and memorable overview of all 66 books. For each Know Your Bible provides data on the author and time frame, a ten-word synopsis, a longer (50-100 word) summary, thoughts on what makes the book unique or unusual, a listing of key verses, and a "So, What?" section of practical application. It's a fantastic resource for individuals and ministries!

God s World Me

Author: Cindy Kenney
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 0781445442
Format: PDF, Docs
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He's big. He's green. He's BOZ the Bear and he's loads of fun. Kids love the big book concept lots of activities, games, colouring, stickers, punch-outs, and more, all in one oversized book where everything is big, big, big! Now BOZ has his very own preschool activity book and it's big in content as well as size. Featuring BOZ and friends on every page, kids will practice basic concepts like shapes, colours, and matching while they discover God's amazing world. BOZ welcomes children to each and every gathering as he teaches youngsters about character and faith values. Special leader pages encourage moms, dads and children's leaders to get involved while providing Bible stories, scripture verse, prayers, and teaching tips they'll use to enhance the BOZ message: learning, growing, and foundational faith values, all wrapped up in fun! Age appropriate activities include matching, identification, games, sequencing, mazes, opposites, shapes, colours, cut-outs, stickers and a lot more. Perforated pages make this versatile big book perfect for home or small group use.

Edible Object Talks That Teach about Values

Author: Susan L. Lingo
Publisher: Standard Publishing
ISBN: 9780784711835
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Kids interact with these 25 memorable messages that teach about values by reading from the Bible, discussing it, and preparing simple snacks that remind them of what God said. These resources are ideal for quick lessons or attention-getting visuals to supplement existing lesson materials. Just use items from your kitchen, craft basket, or tool chest to create lessons that fascinate children, illustrate a biblical truth, and deliver memorable messages your kids will love.

199 Treasures of Wisdom on Talking with God

Author: Barbour Publishing
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 160742293X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Widely recognized as one of Christendom's foremost authorities on prayer, the South African theologian Andrew Murray wrote prolifically on the deeper spiritual life. 199 Treasures of Wisdom on Talking to God is drawn from Murray's writings relating to communion with God, explaining the what, when, why, and how of prayer.