We’re not dealing with natural powers but the powers of hell that can only be controlled by the power of God that He has given us.
Over forty-eight years of in-depth Bible study has enabled me to write this little book intended for the person who is willing to be used of God in extended services, fighting giants and displacing devils. If you can say “give me this mountain” like Caleb did, this book can be a great help to you. I have spent forty-eight years in a study about the kingdom of God and of the kingdoms of this world system. I am confident that you will find it very informative and helpful for your life and studies as you absorb these deep truths from the words of the Lord Jesus Christ.
One of the five books of wisdom found in the Old Testament, the Book of Proverbs is the wisdom of kings, and of one king in particular, Solomon, son of King David.
Proverbs Remix: Remember that Proverb! is a select reordering of the Book of Proverbs as found in the New King James Version of the Bible.
The rearrangement into three distinct formats facilitates easy and rapid memorization of the proverbs of your choice, whether it is for the verses that contain the words “knowledge,” “understanding,” and “wisdom,” or any of your favorite words.
As you memorize proverbs on a daily basis, you assimilate eternal wisdom into your heart and mind—which no one can take from you.
And you can begin today!
• Chapter 1: To cross the great unknown to harvest love is a challenge weall face.• Chapter 8: You cannot close your heart, ignore the hurting world aroundyou, and be content with life.• Chapter 32: Love is real. The question is whether we are real enough toembrace love.• Chapter 21: We hide inside shells of denials and go under shades of liesto avoid the piercing rays of truth.• Chapter 6: To share love in the arena of life, you open the vault of yourheart and disburse gems polished by God.• Chapter 11: Regret robs your life. It is a thief you allow to rummage yoursoul and steals the precious life you have been given.• Chapter 27: In the face of adversity, you are forced to define yourself.You are given a chance to show your essence. The depth of your heartexposed and the size of your faith revealed.• Chapter 2: Love binds feelings on the solid rock of faith and ties passionwithin the sacrificial cord of promise.• Chapter 34: Life grows cold when you do not put ideas in the furnaceof adversity. When you tarry, dreams become wavering titillations of thesoul, and aspirations turn into useless trinkets of the mind.• Chapter 16: When we fail to follow God, we drift in a sea of confusion,struggle in the field of opportunity, and wither in the garden of life.
This Funeral Guide is written to help Family Members address the sobering, yet necessary, responsibilities of carrying out the many and often unrealized tasks involved in managing the Funeral of a Loved One. It offers helpful insights, cautions, instructions, and Biblical Resources for dealing with the emotional impact of the Loss of a Loved One and moving forward with one’s Life.
Pastors and Counselors can also use this Guide in preparation for and counseling of Family Members. Bereavement Support Groups will also benefit from this Guide.
In a poll, Americans said that they fear public speaking more than even dying. Can anything be done to ease the anxiety and take control of that fear? Are there practical steps that anyone can take to make a person communicate better in front of others? You bet there are.
You may not regularly speak to crowds. Perhaps you just want to be better at getting a message across to other individuals or in a boardroom. Maybe you just want to be less anxious and more confident when speaking to people. Divine Knowledge Transfer can help.
This guide takes the science and techniques of communication and explains them in the most easy-to-understand way possible. This information is based on years of practice and experience in professional communication, including technical writing, recorded and online training, live webinar and classroom training, and keynote speaking.
It then goes a step further by combining these principles with Scripture. God’s Word, after all, is His love letter to us, His main method of communication to us today. The Bible is filled with all sorts of practical advice on how we relate and communicate with others, as well as ways to prepare for difficult circumstances and people.
Divine Knowledge Transfer can help you to become better at what you do. Whether a person is a teacher, preacher, or public speaker, the individuals who make the difference are those who are able to communicate effectively and get a message across.
Grief and loss are taboo subjects. A mother doesn't want to talk about her child who died. Or does she?
A woman who miscarries isn't losing as much as a mother who loses a newborn. Or is she?
A father doesn't grieve as much as a mother. Or does he?
Our culture is full of misconceptions about grief and loss.
Few mention the thousands of miscarriages and stillbirths, the babies and small children who die every day, leaving parents with empty arms and grieving hearts. The journey through grief can be long and lonely for the families left behind.
Love Notes from God examines how parents cope when they go through a miscarriage or lose an infant. Find out what you can say or do to help them, and also learn what is never appropriate to say to someone who is grieving.