Constructing a new life in Christ is like building a new house—a solid foundation is absolutely essential. Rock Solid Building a New Life on the Foundation of Christ is a daily Bible devotional guide to help new Christians establish a solid spiritual foundation for their lives. Each day for fifty days (seven weeks), readers are directed toward relevant Bible readings and given devotional thoughts and questions to consider. Rock Solid exposes the new believer to the foundational teachings of Christianity and also begins to develop a secure footing of daily time with God through Scripture reading and prayer.
Suitable for use alone or in a group, Rock Solid includes a leader’s guide so mentors can support new Christians as they grow.
Learning how to study the Bible and have a personal quiet time each day can be challenging. After all, we all lead busy lives, with many things clamoring for our available time. We want to spend time with Scripture every day but are not sure how to do so effectively.
A Closer Look: An Inspirational Collection of Morning and Evening Devotionals presents an inspirational collection of daily Christian devotionals. Each devotional emphasizes and ministers the truth of God’s Word and the importance of spending quality time with Scripture passages. The devotions cover a wide range of biblical topics and are intended to be read one each morning and one each evening. What’s more, you can spend personal prayer time on single verses in the context of their biblical passage rather than attempting to read a defined number of Bible verses or chapters per day. Corollary verses within the same context support each of the daily themes as well. Space is provided for note taking, and you are encouraged to spend additional time in personal reflection.
By spending regular quiet time with the Scriptures, you can take a closer look at God’s Word and draw closer to Him every day.
How The Church was blind sided
Blind Hits to caught or attack someone unprepared or in an unexpected Position we never start out to fail we all wants to win . This information will help you win if you follow the steps . how men and women was caught in traps Layed out by the devil his lies and tricks but JESUS CHRIST gave victory before the real damaged could be done for some, see how they escaped this will bless your soul.
This is a day-by-day account of life through the eyes of a missionary kid (MK) with cerebral palsy, her challenges and experiences.
“Leer el libro del Pastor Edwin me ha motivado a seguir en este camino, el camino de Jesús. Me ha inspirado a redoblar mi nivel de servicio, porque para eso fui llamado, a servir.”
- Jaime Murrell
En este libro, Edwin Ojedis, nos motiva a levantarnos para ser luz en nuestro mundo. Edwin nos desafía a protagonizar algo que traiga gloria al nombre de Dios. Tomando como base principal el capítulo 1 del libro de Daniel y la vida de Jesús, este escrito nos exhorta a prepararnos, a no contaminarnos y a alumbrar en la oscuridad. Nos reta a alcanzar nuevas metas y sueños que pensábamos perdidos. Nos llama a salir de nuestra comodidad y a utilizar nuestros talentos, recursos y autoridad para servir a la gente que está a nuestro alrededor. Temas como el Tiempo de la Preparación, el Momento de la Verdad y el Carácter de Cristo serán una inspiración para superarnos en todas las áreas de nuestra vida y a vivir en un nuevo nivel.
Have you ever asked yourself, “Do I live like Jesus Christ is my life?” As citizens of Christ’s heaven, believers must desire and determine to live according to his instructions and not follow the ways of the physical world. In a style accessible to anyone, Debbie Pyle, author of The Lord’s Feasts: A Study of How the Old Testament Feasts Find Their Fulfillment in Jesus Christ, presents the major Old Testament feasts as a way to grow closer to the life of the Lord.
Laid out as a six-week study of seven annual feasts—seven holy appointments with God—The Lord’s Feasts can simply be read, but it can also be used as a guide for individual and group study. By offering interactive questions and providing space to answer them, Debbie Pyle leads readers to understand how the feasts are rooted in history and the life of Jesus.
Parenting is a divine gift from God, which comes with momentous responsibilities to build a firm family foundation, beginning from childhood. This is a children’s book designed to support adults in their efforts to build strong Christian values as a family, starting with a child’s formative years. Brilliant illustrations of nature and of a family living in faith will capture a child’s attention, inspiring their interest in the Bible, with prayer, praise, and gratitude to God.
This book focuses on an elementary level of daily examinations of conscience, the importance of seeking to always do good, and to seek forgiveness of self and all others. There is a journal page for families reading this book to record their unique traditions of faith. For it is written: “Teach a child to choose the right path, and when they are older they will remain upon it” (Proverbs 22:6) and “as for me and my family, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15). Reading this children’s book as a family can be a joyful and enriching experience, as you teach them the importance of cheerfully striving to live out the greatest prayer in the Bible (Matthew 6:9–13), the Lord’s Prayer.
This is an easy-to-read book full of information to help you in your relationship with the Lord. These are truths I have learned after intense study. Please learn from the time I lost trying to do it myself until I learned a much easier way that brought me so much joy and peace. Now I am so much happier and so satisfied with the tools I have gained to have an abundant and satisfied life.
The Messiah Story captures the essence of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation starting with “In the beginning God” and ending with “Even so come, Lord Jesus. Amen.” Written initially for a Christmas pageant, this poem took on a life of its own. With just the right detail, The Messiah Story clarifies the time sequence and relationships of major Bible characters. It covers prophecy, its fulfillment and the yet-to-be fulfilled. In the process basic spiritual law is woven throughout. This book may be just the ticket for anyone who is curious about the Bible or wants to get a handle on the basics. Those who are well-versed in the Bible will find delight in the simplicity and integrity of this work.
This poem is suitable for all ages. It is perfect for family devotions or a Bible study in your home or church. It is like reading the Bible from cover to cover, only in concentrated form. Although this poem is presented as one continuous story, many events, parables, and topics stand complete on their own merit.
DO THE NEXT THING is a book of encouragement and a manual of how to regain control over your life when you get the diagnosis of Cancer. Everything in your life seems to be spinning out of control even as you try to reel it back in. It is a guide for caregivers and those who want to reach out to someone suffering from the disease but aren’t quite sure how they can best minister to the person who is in the battle. DO THE NEXT THING is written through the view of a husband’s eyes on how to walk his wife through the fears and the unknown. This book is a “how to” and a “love story” of his love for her and the love shown by others. Most of all it is a book about God’s love and faithfulness in our darkest hour.
“I knew Glen for years, and he practiced what he preached- Especially when it came to loving his wife. He is a great model for any man who is walking his wife through difficult times.”
“When it comes to growing in the faith, we often know what the right thing to do is. Actually doing it is another matter. In this excellent little book by Glen, he does more than encourage us; he pushes us to do the next, right thing that invariably leads to real maturity. I highly recommend it!”
-Joni Eareckson Tada
Joni and Friends International Disability Center
“Do the Next Thing is a practical manual for both the cancer patient and the caregiver. By emphasizing the spiritual, Pastor Jackson turns the trial of battling cancer into a means for spiritual elevation.
This book addresses and answers questions that every patient asks but often not to medical professionals. Too frequently, the health care provider glosses over the emotional component of a patient’s fight against cancer.
Do the Next Thing provides an intimate look at this dynamic from the perspective of a loving husband and a man of faith. I truly feel that individuals with cancer, their caregivers, and medical professionals will all benefit greatly from the anecdotes and advice so wittily and accurately shared in this work.”
Victor Schweitzer, MD