A Man After God s Own Heart A Devotional

Author: Jim George
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736959734
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Growing as a man after God's own heart happens one step at a time. Bestselling author Jim George shares quick, focused devotions that will enable you to make every step count. You'll discover great advice for...making forward progress in your spiritual growth; staying strong when life gets tough; managing your responsibilities with wisdom; leading and loving your wife and children; and living with maximum impact in all you do. Along the way you'll experience the satisfaction that comes from living as the kind of man God designed you to be.

David

Author: Robbie Castleman
Publisher: Shaw Books
ISBN: 0307826430
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Know God as David Knew Him David--impetuous, sensitive, bold, poetic, compassionate, utterly human. What can we learn from this young warrior-king of long ago? And how could God call David a "man after his own heart" even though he was a "man of blood" and an adulterer? Though David sinned greatly, he also loved greatly. By observing and learning from David's character and action, we too can become God's kindred spirits, men and women "after God's own heart." 12 SESSIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS Fisherman Bible Studyguides include: Penetrating questions that generate discussion Flexible format for group or individual needs Helpful leader's notes Emphasis on daily application of Bible truth

Becoming a Man After God s Own Heart

Author: Paul E. Robinson
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781515344889
Format: PDF, ePub
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King David was a man after God's own heart. He was the only person in the Bible with this title. How could such a thing be said of one man? In this book, Paul E. Robinson brings out the powerful truths and characteristics of Israel's greatest king in order to show us what God is looking for in every man today.Points of study include the heart, leadership, the danger of sin, honor, friendship, Bible study, and more. Dig into this exciting life and learn what it means to be a man after God's own heart.

A Man After God s Own Heart

Author: R. T. Kendall
Publisher: Christian Focus
ISBN: 9781845504229
Format: PDF
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Twice God says that in King David he had found 'a man after my own heart.' God continued to love and to use David after his time of backsliding. If you wish to know what it is like to be confided in by God - to become a person after God's own heart too - then this book will help you discover what such a relationship is like.

Point Man

Author: Steve Farrar
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 0307564495
Format: PDF
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This bestselling classic encourages and equips Christian men to lead their families successfully through hazards and ambushes like divorce, promiscuity, suicide, and drug addiction. Men will find practical insight on topics such as a father's influence, maintaining purity, and husband-and-wife teamwork. In this war, renowned men's author Steve Farrar emphasizes, Jesus Christ is looking for men who will not die, but live for their families. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Manhood Restored

Author: Eric Mason
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433679957
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The earthly crisis within manhood will be there until Jesus returns, but in Christ men are pointed toward the gospel as the vision for renewal. Manhood Restored by exciting new pastoral voice Eric Mason combines theological depth with practical insights, putting men in step with a gospel-centered manhood that will enrich every facet of their lives. Mason begins with The Scope of Manhood -- looking first at why God created man, at the divine differences between man and woman, and what should drive the purpose of a man during his time on earth. A section on The Problems in Manhood analyzes the false icons that lead to cultural caricatures of men -- the businessman, the thug, the playboy, the athlete, etc. Mason then makes a connection to the cross-cultural fatherhood crisis, looking at the things men do to fill the void when their relationship with dad or God is not there. Finally, The Redemption of Manhood sets Jesus as the true standard of biblical manhood, looking to his perfect example to redeem and restore a man's life in the areas of sexuality, home, and work.

Real Christian

Author: Todd A. Wilson
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 031051584X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The evangelical church is home to many who claim to follow Christ but who show little evidence of a truly transformed life. Todd Wilson's Real Christian: Bearing the Marks of Authentic Faith biblically defines what it means to be a true Christian, calling readers to look at their own lives and diagnose where they aren’t living authentically for God. With a prophetic voice, Wilson looks at how we deceive ourselves into thinking we are really living for God through believing the right things or doing lots of spiritual activities. In contrast, real Christians are marked by five key qualities: broken-hearted joy, a humble disposition, a readiness to acknowledge sin, an ability to live balanced and avoid legalism, and a deep spiritual hunger that drives growth. All of these qualities culminate in the single defining mark of a real Christian—love. To help in distinguishing genuine faith from counterfeit spirituality, Wilson draws upon the gospels, the writings of Paul, and the insights of theologian Jonathan Edwards to help readers understand the necessary marks of an authentic, transformed life, marks that show evidence of a new heart and bear spiritual fruit through the work of the Holy Spirit.

Shepherds After My Own Heart

Author: Timothy Laniak
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830899324
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Scripture says, "I will give you shepherds after my own heart, who will lead you with knowledge and understanding" (Jeremiah 3:15). Most of Israel's pastoral imagery is grounded in two traditions: Moses as God's under-shepherd and David as shepherd-king. These traditions, explains author Timothy S. Laniak, provided prototypes for leaders that followed, and formed the background for the ministry of Jesus, the good shepherd. The pastoral role was central to the ongoing life of local churches in the Christian movement, and today's pastors are still called to be shepherds after God's own heart, to lead his people, living on the margins of settled society, to their eternal home. In this excellent study, Laniak draws on a wide range of Old and New Testament texts to develop the biblical theology of "shepherd" imagery, and concludes with some principles and implications for contemporary pastoral ministry. A wonderful resource for pastors, teachers and seminary students, as well as readers interested in the study of biblical imagery.

VOLTAIRE 60 Works in One Volume Philosophical Writings Novels Historical Works Poetry Plays Letters

Author: Voltaire
Publisher: Musaicum Books
ISBN: 8075835980
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Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created collection of Voltaire's philosophical writings, novels, historical works, poetry, plays & letters. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778), known by his nom de plume Voltaire, was a French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher famous for his wit, his attacks on the established Catholic Church, and his advocacy of freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and separation of church and state. Table of Contents: Novels Candide Zadig Micromegas The Huron The White Bull The Man of Forty Crowns The Princess of Babylon The Sage and the Atheist Stories Memnon the Philosopher The Black and the White The World as it Goes Andre des Touches at Siam Bababec Jeannot and Colin The Travels of Scarmentado A Conversation with a Chinese Plato's Dream Pleasure in Having no Pleasure An Adventure in India The Good Brahmin The Two Comforters Ancient Faith and Fable The Study of Nature Dialogues Plays Mahomet Merope Olympia The Orphan of China Brutus Amelia Oedipus Mariamne Socrates Zaire Caesar The Prodigal Alzire Orestes Semiramis Catilina Pandora The Scotch Woman Nanine The Prude The Tatler Poems Henriade (Canto IX) The Lisbon Earthquake and Other Poems Philosophical Works A Philosophical Dictionary Letters on England Treatise on Tolerance Historical Works Age of Louis XIV The History of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia Letters Letters to Jonathan Swift Letter from Voltaire to Charles Jean-Baptiste Fleuriau Literary Criticism Voltaire and England by Lytton Strachey Voltaire's Tragedies by Lytton Strachey Voltaire and Frederick the Great by Lytton Strachey Lectures on Voltaire by Robert Green Ingersoll Biographies Voltaire: A Sketch of His Life and Works by G. W. Foote and J. M.

Ellicott s Bible Commentary Volume 1

Author: Ellicott, Charles
Publisher: Delmarva Publications, Inc.
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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rote this exceptional Bible commentary to be used for Pastors and Students. It is written to be explained rather than to be technical so that as to reach all English readers. Charles Ellicott focuses on the English explanation rather than the Greek and addresses the expository side less than the technical since this does not contain Greek words or terminology. Dr. Charles Ellicott assembled and edited this commentary, utilizing 28 different authors, including Rev. Payne Smith, Rev. C. J. Elliott, and Rev. C. H. Waller. This is a must have for anyone desiring a greater understanding of the Bible as a whole. The scripture and commentary are on the same page making it easy to read and understand. This commentary is one that you will treasure in your library and you will not want to let this one pass you by.