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Big Buts of the Bible God's rebuttal and answers to situations Charles Gerber
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“But” is a small word, but it is very powerful. What does the word but mean? It means forget what is said or happened before. It is a word of transition. The phrase, “But God” may be the most powerful phrase in the Bible. These phrases describe God and his nature. Francis Chan is quoted to have stated, ”Many Spirit filled authors have exhausted the thesaurus in order to describe God with the glory he deserves. His perfect holiness, by definition assures us that our words cannot contain him. Isn’t it a comfort to worship a God we cannot exaggerate.” These “but God” phrases may describe God best of all! This study will look into 17 lessons that teach about “but God”. The ...
Bleeding In The Pews Dr. Lisa Bruce
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Bleeding in the Pews observes the deep pitfalls of Christianity and provides an antidote to treat the illness of secular religion. Written with keen insight into the multi-denominational tug of war that exists everyday within the church community, Dr. Lisa Bruce examines some of the fundamental issues related to faith, religion, and spirituality. This book deals with the systemic problems that have rendered the institution of church borderline ineffective. If you want to be empowered and spiritually transformed, you will definitely want to get a copy of this book.
Breaking Chains of Financial Bondage: Steps to Creating Generational Wealth Clyrese Minor
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Many people view financial freedom as having the ability to buy what ever you want. Especially when it comes to making large purchases such as cars and homes. But financial freedom is so much more than that. Financial freedom is having the ability to trust God with every aspect of your life, especially with finances. Trust in the Lord with thy hear and lean not on our own understanding. God wants His children to be fruitful and prosperous, but he also wants us to be good stewards. How can you be a good steward when you don’t make a lot of money. God says, “If we are faithful over a few he will make us rulers over many.” And to become a ruler over more you have to be a good manage ...
Breaking Chains of Financial Bondage: Steps to Creating Generational Wealth Clyrese Minor
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Many people view financial freedom as having the ability to buy what ever you want. Especially when it comes to making large purchases such as cars and homes. But financial freedom is so much more than that. Financial freedom is having the ability to trust God with every aspect of your life, especially with finances. Trust in the Lord with thy hear and lean not on our own understanding. God wants His children to be fruitful and prosperous, but he also wants us to be good stewards. How can you be a good steward when you don’t make a lot of money. God says, “If we are faithful over a few he will make us rulers over many.” And to become a ruler over more you have to be a good manage ...
Celibacy: What Was I Thinking? Tranea Prosser
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The safest way to avoid an STD is to become celibate. Tranea Prosser puts a humorous spin on a subject that is usually taboo, SAFE SEX. But she found something to laugh about in her celibate walk and believes that you can too!
Christ-Centered Self-Esteem: Seeing Ourselves through God's Eyes Charles R. Gerber
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Christ-Centered Self-Esteem is what it says it is. It is a thoroughly researched and carefully written attempt to help us see that “self-esteem” is not a psychological buzzword but a necessary part of our God-give humanity. He help us to see that the attack of our souls’ enemy is well directed toward the self because it is in this strategic assault toward our souls that the effectiveness of our lives can be lost. Gerber helps us to understand that God is not the enemy of the “self” but of “selfishness,” not even of the ego but of egotism. To a large degree this constitutes the battle between psychology and Christianity. This books lower the suspicion and turn on new lights. All th ...
Classic Sermons of Pastor James Walden, Jr. Jon Walden
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This book is dedicated to the ministry work of Pastor James Walden, Jr. and his wife, Myrlene Walden. As the gospel writer said of Jesus, And many other signs truly did Jesus in the presence of his disciples, which are not written in this book: John 20:30. This book shows a small portion of the great preaching ministry of Pastor James Walden, Jr., but he did many other works, which are not written in this book.
Classical Christian Virtues: Contemplating the Good Life Timothy Dernlan
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Inspired by Aristotle's idea of the golden mean, Dr. Timothy Dernlan uses a socratic approach to draw the reader into a personalized, biblically based study of sixty classical Christian virtues. He stimulates the reader with thought-provoking questions, Bible verses, quotations, and a self-assessment for each virtue. This book can be used for personal contemplation, small group studies, family devotions, Bible study, or a classroom discussion guide.
Cold Flowing Waters French's
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COLD, FLOWING WATERS A daily devotional from the writings of Kenneth and Louise French will inspire you. You will be blessed as they share their heart and burden for souls in their articles and notes. They came to Alaska with the apostolic message in the 1940s. Brother French began a newsletter in 1949 called the “Alaska Witness.” He faithfully served as editor and main contributor to the newsletter for many decades. Let the messages from these Pentecostal pioneers refresh you as you drink daily from “cold, flowing waters.” ~Pastor Glover
Commentary on the Book of Judges Robert Cavender
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The book of Judges is the second of the Historical books in the Old Testament. It picks up where Joshua leaves off and continues the narrative. The time period covered in the book is approximately three hundred years. The author of the book is not given in the text, but it is believed by some Bible students that Samuel may have been the author. Yet others surmise that King Hezekiah or possibly Ezra could have written the manuscript. In the book of Judges we see a vicious cycle repeated over and over again. First the children of Israel rebel against the LORD through idolatry, then comes judgement for their sin, later they repent and turn back to the LORD, then finally God sends a Judge ...

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