This book is about opening up your life and giving you a real revelation from God about some very important everyday issues that affect your mind, body, and spirit.
This study deals with the transformation of your mind according to God’s Holy Word. If you want to learn what God says about areas such as a happy wife, happy life; exercising; God’s ministry women; the evil spirit of sexual deviation; a mature drink; and Christian church ethics, then Going to the ATM: A Transformed Mind is your heavenly message from God.
God is trying to talk to you. Don’t miss this opportunity to sit down at the table with Jesus Christ and be forever changed mentally, spiritually, and physically. Sit and hear what the Master has to say.
While there is a proliferation of theories about Christ’s coming again and the rapture of the church, even the most popular are fraught with difficulties, both biblically and logically. The best scenario is derived from letting Scripture interpret Scripture, as this work attempts to do. The result is a much simpler scenario, based on a more natural interpretation of Scripture, without so many inconsistencies and contradictions. But the underlying agenda is not to conform to any mainline or popular school of thought, nor to make the reader comfortable with more palatable interpretations. Instead, this study seeks to get to the raw truth of what God was trying to communicate.
This is about the basic truth of God’s heart for the obedient believer—a desire to display His glory and power through the believer. By obedience to God and discovery of the resources made available to the believer by God’s divine power for daily living, the believer is empowered with an increased capacity that the Holy Spirit provides—the ability to be a partaker of the very divine nature of God. As a born-again child of God, the connection to and positioning in God creates ripples that impact the believer’s immediate family and generations, bringing God’s deliverance and salvation to many. This book calls believers to a place where the very life of God flows and urges them to cross the threshold into what God reveals of Himself. Out of that experience, believers can live and impact the world with a life empowered by God as they are “soaring on the sovereignty of God” with a strong conviction that there is no purpose for one’s life until one discovers their true identity in Christ. Until one learns to soar on the sovereign power of God and appropriate the provisions made available by being united with Christ, there is failure in understanding the privilege of having been born of God and the heritage as an heir of the Kingdom.
Are you out of work or underemployed?
Everyone has the seed of greatness within them; we just need to know how to access that which lies within all of us. This book will help those who want to rise above mediocrity and achieve greatness find the success and fulfillment and peace that come from knowing what to do with your life.
You will discover that you are not alone in this journey called life.
You will want to draw closer to God.
Find peace and joy in the journey.
“As I read through the pages of Doug’s book, I felt as though I was sitting in a coffee shop, listening to a friend share some deep truths that have helped him in his journey towards life. Even in the midst of great heartache, Doug understands God’s promises to him and continues to walk in newfound freedom.”
Kathy Spence Witness and friend
Have you ever wondered how God could create something so perfect in the beginning only to have it become as we know it today? Diving inside this book will enlighten you to the beginnings of this world and how it became fractured. See how with this fracture, God put into action his great plan of ensuring our link with him for eternity.
All Things Romans 8:28-30 provides a new look at an old topic. This study of Romans 8:28-30 uses a slightly different approach.
“And we know all things work together for good to those who love GOD, to those who are called according to HIS purpose.”
Does it really mean what it says? Find the answer within.
Rachael McAdams lives a normal life. She is a stay-at-home mom with two kids, while her husband works for a living. Rachael enjoys shopping, going out with her friends, even having coffee. What she doesn’t enjoy is the demons she keeps seeing and the voices that keep talking to her. You see, Rachael McAdams is being harassed by the Devil!
The second book of The Yashmea Trilogy, TERM OF PROBATION, follows a modern-day probation officer named Malachi who is stalked by evil. The prince of evil, Luchar, is out to even an old score of defeat, determined this time not to lose to Yashmea. Spiritual forces of angels and demons wage war, death is everywhere, and a lonely cabin in the North Woods stages the final battle.
Have you every wondered where God is?
Are you searching for peace?
Does it seem like nothing is going right in your life?
Well, you’ve picked up the perfect book to give you some encouragement today. In Reflections of an Awesome God, you will find testimonies, short stories, and insightful biblical information from the author. This book will help you lead a more satisfying life and have a closer relationship with God, if you so desire.
With few exceptions, churches across America are static or in decline. In an increasingly hostile postmodern culture, the church should be boldly proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ and shining like a star. Yet we are having no impact and we are increasingly considered irrelevant. Faithfully using scripture as a guide, Jeff S. Mann reminds us of our mission, calls us back to biblical basics, and challenges us to step out in faith to go beyond the walls of our churches in the love of Christ to deliver a message of hope.
Believing there is still hope for the world, Mann writes to average church members in everyday language. God’s plan for redemption is shown to be accomplished only through the incarnation and suffering of Christ and the fulfillment of the Great Commission. To bring glory to God and impact our world, Mann uses the Bible to help provide understanding as to who we are, why we are here, and how God tells us to operate. In other words, the church must become more like a locker room.
The End of the Anglo-Saxon Age and the Coming of the Anti-Christ describes the history of the earth as illuminated in the Bible, particularly the last quarter-millenium and Revelation. There will be about 6,000 years of earth’s history before Daniel’s final or seventieth week of seven biblical years and then Christ’s millennial Sabbath. Each thousand year period roughly corresponds with a day of creation. At the end of the sixth millennial day--i.e. the last 250 years--man came forth as represented by the Anglo-Saxon nations who are the descendants of the two sons of Joseph, who had God’s birthright blessings, which would be enormous. Jacob prophesied that his younger grandson would become a multitude of nations, followed by the older grandson becoming a great nation. During this time, Britain became Great, producing Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Britain had a vibrant Christian population beginning in the late 1780s, and America’s beginnings were clearly Christian. No two nations have ever been blessed so much. When evolution finally supplanted the God of the Bible, Britain lost her Empire. God then raised up America until she, too, followed Britain’s downward path. According to the Bible, the Anglo-Saxons must return to Israel. Hence, the standard of living in both America and Britain must soon rapidly decline, and, at the same time, Israel must become a much more desirable destination; Israel must destroy its surrounding enemies, which the Bible details. However, these great victories only set up the 1,260-day Great Tribulation, ending with Christ’s return.
Do you ever find yourself asking questions such as: Does God really care enough about me to actually move on my behalf? Does He still lead us and guide us through life? Many Christians still don’t know how to recognize when God is moving in their lives. The Lord has a perfect plan for each Christian to fulfill; however, it must start with the first step: trust and obey.
In reading this book Where He Leads, I Will Follow let it encourage you to open your heart to receiving all that God has planned for your life, and watch His perfect plan unfold for you! If He can do it for me, He can and will do it for you!
This is a daily devotional designed to inspire and draw the reader close to the heart of God by using poetry, prayers, scripture, and thoughts that will captivate the reader.
Robin’s poetry is inspired through every day life experiences and through the words of sermons she hears and scripture she reads. This material is appropriate for teens through adults who have a heart for God.
“Beautifully written and deeply thought provoking…a journey through the pathways of the heart.” --Sherri Keech, small business owner in Traverse City, Michigan, a wife and mother.
“Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain!” —Beth Moore
Karen King shares inspirational real-life stories about God “dancing with us.” There is no such thing as mere luck, for God is constantly with us and cares about us. Sometimes we can see His hand very clearly. Sometimes it may not be recognized until later, when we look back and fully realize, Oh yeah, that certainly was God, (a “… but God” moment)!
May these short stories bless, encourage, and enable you to recognize when God has protected, provided, or helped you.
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“… But God!” is an inspirational book that will help you see God in your everyday events.