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The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life According to the Christian Institution. Described in the History of the and Death of the Ever Blessed Jesus Christ the Saviour of the World. With Considerations and Discourses Upon the Several Parts of the Story, and Prayers Fitted to the Several Mysteries. In Three Parts. By Jer. Taylor ... Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Jonah: The Man Whose God and Heart Were Too Small Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
E. Dean Cook is a retired Navy chaplain who also taught at Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, New York, and was its first campus chaplain. For ten years, he was senior pastor of the Wilmore Free Methodist Church near Lexington, Kentucky, where he also taught, mentored, and supervised ministerial students at Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury University. During his long and varied career as a clergyman, he served as senior chaplain at the Naval Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California; serving also on the aircraft carrier USS America and several other naval ships and installations. He was appointed Director of his denomination’s chaplains. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biblical Literature from Seattle Pacific University, master’s and doctoral degrees from Asbury Theological Seminary, and an honorary doctor’s degree from Roberts Wesleyan College. He holds the rank of Captain in the Navy Chaplain Corps and was made an Honorary Admiral by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He has been married to his wife, Ruth, for 55 years. They have four sons and six grandchildren. Cook is the author of two other books: Salt of the Sea (an account of his chaplain career) and Being God’s Presence in Closed Communities, a history of his denomination’s chaplaincy ministries. His interest in and study of the book of Jonah was ignited by the wide variety of interpretations given the book. The writer believes that Jonah has a clear and powerful message for this generation and the Church, who are prone to follow the god they want rather than the God that is.
S'more Parables from Paradise Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Hawai'i is more than tourist facilities on the sandy beaches of the blue Pacific Ocean. Behind the scenes there are real people, of diverse cultures with great historical sequences. S'more Parables from Paradise explores the people, the cultures, the flora and the fauna of the tropical islands. A parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning. Behind these parables of paradise are bits of spiritual sustenance that enable a person to grow spiritually. Join the author that through his eyes and ears you may experience a new Hawai'i. Fall in love with an Aloha that binds many together and makes Hawai'i a very special place and event.
What Do Mormons Really Believe Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Mormons say they are Christians but are they? Do they believe in the same Bible the same God and the same Jesus that Christians follow? This book answers these questions and more: Was God ever a man? Were Jesus and Lucifer brothers? Is Scripture still being written? Are we saved by what we do? Did Joseph Smith ever give false prophecies? The meaning of terms Mormons use as well as their views on the Bible reveal the huge chasm between what Mormons and Christians believe. This book will help you share the truth with Mormons that come to your door.
The Gospel According to Luke 19:28 Through 24:53 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Bible studies I chose to do came about in answer to a request from my first congregation out of seminary. I consistently sought to present a serious, somewhat scholarly, approach to the interested among my parishioners. I would take a book in the Bible to study, assume it was written or edited to be read from the beginning, and make sense to the reader in that way. I attempted to discover for myself and my group what the book sought to convey. In this volume, the study of Luke 19:28–19:27 followed that pattern exactly. This volume completes the study of Luke, following volumes on 1:1–9:50 and 9:51–19:27.
Readers discover exactly what it takes to grow in Christ and become like Him. "Idon't write this book as a condemnation or as a sermon. The last thing I wantto do is provide a 'how to be the best Christian in ten easy steps' guide. Ipen these words as a fellow struggler who is learning that what we think aboutGod matters, how we allow Him to reign in our hearts matters, and how we obeyHim in the moment matters. It allmatters. Everything." Authorand speaker Mary DeMuth has been abused, foreclosed, abandoned, and betrayed.She has been pressed and drained till it was too much . . . Butit was just enough to bring her to a place of surrender, piece by preciouspiece. In that surrender, she found the freedom of giving everything to God. And through Scripture, community, and the workof the Holy Spirit, she gives it all over again, every day. Inthis gentle and challenging book,DeMuth describes the process and the nuances that shape us to be more likeChrist. Her words are clear, vulnerable, and thought provoking, and everychapter is infused with Scripture. Most of all, DeMuth provides personaland practical evidence that there is no greater pursuit than Christ. We mustsurrender everything, but it does not compare to the Everything He is, the EverythingHe gives.
30 New Testament Quick Skits for Kids Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book provides quick and creative ways for teachers to have kids help retell New Testament Bible stories. This readers' theater performance style is fun because there aren't any lines to memorize. Enjoy this library of favorite Bible stories and storytelling techniques developed by award-winning author and professional storyteller Steven James. Each book includes creative storytelling techniques especially suited to help teachers tell God’s story and involve children in the Bible story.
If you love Sophie Kinsella and Emily Giffin, you'll love this heartwarming sequel to One S'more Summer from a fresh voice in contemporary chick-lit that offers a lighthearted and fun take on life, love, and how to move forward without looking back. Four years after her life-changing summer at Camp Chinooka, Gigi Goldstein has a second chance at her dream career. As her design house takes the fashion world by storm, it attracts the notice of Victoria Ellicott, the fashionable British socialite who just happens to be engaged to the future king of England. When Gigi is chosen to design the royal wedding dress, she’s forced to confront her ex-fiancé, Perry Gillman, now a successful composer with a hit show on the West End of London. When Gigi learns Perry’s been dating Victoria’s sister—who rivals her in looks, style and sophistication—Gigi can't help but feel inadequate. Her world crumbles as she develops a creative block so debilitating she fears a wedding dress of royal proportions is never going to happen. Not even her budding relationship with the handsome and wealthy Viscount of Satterley can make her forget Perry. While the world gears up for the wedding of the century, Gigi is on the brink of buckling under the immense pressure of the uncertainties of her future and the failures of her past. Can Gigi overcome her creative paralysis and design the dress of Victoria's dreams? Or will everything slip through her fingers now that she has even s'more to lose? The Campfire Series 1. One S’more Summer 2. S'more to Lose 3. Love You S'more 4. Tell Me S’more
The Historical Jesus For Dummies® Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Was Jesus of Nazareth a real person? Did all of the events described in the gospels really happen? How was the world Jesus lived in different from our own? In The Historical Jesus For Dummies, you'll discover the answers to these questions and hundreds more. This accessible, plain-English guide to the life and times of Jesus paints a vibrant picture of his world, examining records in the New Testament and Roman history as well as recent archeological finds that shed new light on his life. You'll find informative explanations of Jesus's birth, infancy, and childhood; meet his followers and enemies; learn about his teachings and miracles, and discover how modern scholars and historians have arrived at these conclusions. This fascinating primer to the real-life Jesus explores: The different stories of Jesus in the gospels The three quests for the historical Jesus The miracles of Jesus Jewish society and the influence of Rome in Jesus's time The Roman practice of crucifixion The politics of Roman-occupied Judea What people though of Jesus when he was alive The Gnostic gospels and other non-biblical texts of the time The top controversies surrounding Jesus Portrayals of Jesus in art and film Complete with a concise account of the spread of Christianity throughout the world, The Historical Jesus For Dummies puts you in touch with the human Jesus who walked the earth and whose teachings changed the world.