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Sometimes the gift of free will does not seem like God has done us a favor. God has given us free will, but what is God's will in our lives? To seek God's will, we must get to know God. This book helps us to explore the will of God not as an end in itself, but as the path to freedom; not the freedom of autonomy, but the freedom of love. The author takes the reader on a lovely journey through ten evenings with God and examines prayer as a relationship with God, the importance of solitude for listening to God, and the use of the senses in discerning God's presence in our lives. Each of the ten chapters deals with a different way to see God's will, including understanding that God's love is the foundation for His will. Each chapter ends with guiding questions designed to help readers reflect upon their relationship with God. Everyone must make hard choices in life, and sometimes it is difficult to understand God's will when making life-changing decisions. This book reinforces the simple fact that God is love and out of this love flows all of life. View sample pages. "Paperback"
His Roman-Catholic faith has been an enduring part of the life and personality of William Buckley, Jr. Now, for the first time since his ground breaking God and the Man at Yale he has written a book about faith--his own. Nearer, My God, An Autobiography of Faith is William Buckley's superbly written story of his life seen through his abiding love for the Catholic Church, a love instilled in him from childhood. He reminisces about his school days in England, his family, the affect the Lunn/Knox dialogue had on him, and examines many aspects of Catholicism and its theology, doctrine and liturgy and on the way discourses about Lourdes, the vernacular mass, the Church and the State, the Crucifixion, the priesthood, contraception as well as the many people who have assisted him on his life's journey. A remarkable, revealing book about one man and his faith.
We don’t even know all their names. Some are referred to only by their nationality. Some are known only by the place where they lived. Some would become queens, while others would live on the fringes of society. One would give birth to a nation, and one would give birth to the Messiah. Their culture often overlooked or discounted the contributions of women, yet the writers of Scripture found these women and the role they played remarkable to the telling of God's story. As we study the lives of the women in the Bible, we find important truths that God wants us to grasp. They lived in a different world than our own, but we find ourselves facing the same issues they faced. Yet even more, these women show us there is a God who sees us where we are and loves us for who we are. He is the one who hovers over all the pages of the Bible, shaping lives, rescuing hearts, healing sicknesses, raising what was dead to life, and assigning high callings to those who choose to follow him and have faith in him. In this 10-session workbook, Max Lucado tells some of his favorite accounts of these ten women—Sarah, Abigail, Esther, the Samaritan Woman, Mary Magdalene, and others—and describes what set them all apart. EACH SESSION INCLUDES 50 in-depth Bible studies to help you navigate the stories in Scripture Daily points to remember to help you summarize the key points Daily prayers to help you focus your thoughts and move into your quiet time Weekly memory verses to help you hide God's word in your heart Additional notes to help you lead a group through the study Ten Women of the Bible is ideal for both individual use and for study in a small-group setting.
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Lori was able to compare death to divorce. She had to adjust to the personality change of her husband. When going through hard times, she used imagination to survive. Her reward was worth all the trouble.
Titans of the legal profession clash as Rev. Thomas Jeremiah Luther brings a lawsuit about abortion to attempt to gain control of the country's political right wing. Religion, medicine and science explode in courtroom drama over when life begins. Texas trial lawyer Larry D. Thompson has crafted a courtroom drama that is in a class with such notables as Inherit the Wind, The Verdict and The Rainmaker, a novel critics predict will become a modern day classic. T. J. Luther, a Southern evangelist has been in a coma for twelve years, kept alive by only a tube in his abdomen. On Christmas Eve, twelve years after he was stabbed and nearly died, he awakens. Some called it a miracle. Some called it the will of God. As he regains his strength, he forces his replacement from the pulpit and re-takes his lucrative, international ministry. Learning that Lucy Baines Brady, the young niece of one of his Board Members nearly died from an abortion, he seizes her cause as a way to wrest control of the evangelical right from other Christian conservatives. Raising two million dollars from other pro-life organizations, he hires J. Robert Tisdale, the best plaintiff lawyer in the country, to sue Dr. Zeke Moyo and the national abortion clinic for $100,000,000. If he can put abortion clinics out of business, he will have a legitimate claim to lead the political right wing. When he begins to accuse the clinic and Dr. Moyo of murder, he fails to recognize the courtroom savvy of Tod Duncan, Dr. Moyo's lawyer. Duncan sues the pro-life forces for slander and turns a trial that began as one about medical malpractice into a trial about human life itself and when it begins.
What is the significance of the Rainbow in the sky? I researched books and found very few are written on the subject of God’s Rainbow. However, it has great significance to mankind. The rainbow is placed in the sky by the Creator of both the universe and human beings. One might say, “What does the rainbow have to do with human behavior?” My answer is, “Everything.” God reveals His very own personality in His rainbow. His desire is for us to get to know Him—to learn His characteristics and to become more like Him on this journey of life. For Him to fulfill the purpose He has for each one of us, individually, He has given us a free will to make our own choices.
Joseph Heller's powerful, wonderfully funny, deeply moving novel is the story of David -- yes, King David -- but as you've never seen him before. You already know David as the legendary warrior king of Israel, husband of Bathsheba, and father of Solomon; now meet David as he really was: the cocky Jewish kid, the plagiarized poet, and the Jewish father. Listen as David tells his own story, a story both relentlessly ancient and surprisingly modern, about growing up and growing old, about men and women, and about man and God. It is quintessential Heller.
Toumey focuses the tools of his discipline on a group whose distance from the twentieth-century American mainstream is measured not in decades or miles but rather in existential understandings about reality. Toumey studies both the national scientific creationism movement and the operation of a local creationist study group in his state's Research Triangle in the mid-1980s, seeking to understand the underlying beliefs--about morality, the Bible, science itself--that modern scientific creationism embodies, as well as the reasons this "system of cultural meanings" helps many conservative Christians "make sense of the realities, anxieties, changes, and uncertainties of life in the United States in the late twentieth century." A perceptive and respectful analysis by a nonbeliever
In his magnificent classic, Chuck Colson shakes the church from its complacency with a penetrating look at the cost of being Christian.For those who have wondered whether there isn’t more to Christianity than what they have known—and for those who have never considered the question—Loving God points the way to faith’s cutting edge. Here is a compelling, probing look at the cost of discipleship and the meaning of the first and greatest commandment—one that will strum a deeper, truer chord within even as it strips away the trappings of shallow, cultural Christianity.“Looking for the complete volume on Christian living? This is it. And the title sums it up. If you desire life deep, rich, and meaningful, then it is simply Loving God.”Joni Eareckson TadaPresident, Joni and Friends

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