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Living The Cross Centered Life
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Are life’s ups and downs blocking your view of what’s really important? Mahaney strips away the distractions to help you focus on the core of your faith: Jesus. Blending material from The Cross-Centered Life and Christ Our Mediator with new insights, he presents a breathtaking view of what God intends to accomplish in and through you.
Hard To Believe
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Popular perception of Jesus Christ is that of a tempered, genteel man who walked the earth, offering nuggets of wisdom to His followers. But what we sometimes fail to recognize is that although Jesus Christ offered a message of forgiveness, He also spoke challenging, demanding words about what being a follower of Christ requires. In contrast to the superficiality of much modern Christian teaching, Dr. John MacArthur serves up the unvarnished truth of what Christ taught and lived. In simple, compelling terms, he spells out what is required of those who would follow Him. Going beyond Jesus’ life to include the crucifixion and resurrection, MacArthur shows readers that Jesus modeled the commitment and loving obedience He requires of us by making the ultimate sacrifice for humankind.
Humility : The Forgotten Virtue
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Most sins turn us away form God, but pride is a direct attack upon God. It lifts our hearts above Him and against Him. Pride seeks to dethrone God and enthrone itself. How can Christians fight against this sin and develop genuine humility? In this helpful book, Wayne Mack guides teachers through Scripture and shows us how we can take steps to develop humility and diminish the destructive pride in our lives. Readers will find here a resource that is practical, well illustrated, and relevant to their lives.
Vanishing Power Of Death
It has been said that death is one of the last taboos. Even Christians confident of their salvation are often uncomfortable with thoughts of death. With his trademark compassion, pastoral wisdom, and insightful biblical exposition, Dr. Lutzer guides the reader to a deeper understanding of the meaning of the empty tomb.
Simplify Your Spiritual Life
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Are you overwhelmed by the weight of the world?
Let’s face it…we live in a complex world. Technology improves daily, and with it, the pace increases. Surrounded by driving forces, it is no small wonder that our spiritual lives take a hit. But if the weight of the world is hindering your walk with the Lord, maybe now’s the time to step back and evaluate.
Life on earth was less complex in Jesus’ time. He faced incredible challenges and suffered agonizing trials, but there was simplicity in His relationship with His Father that we can emulate. And in that simplicity we can realize our greatest fulfillment as believers.
If your Bible study seems as tedious as filing your tax return and your prayer life as wearisome as trying to understand your phone bill, stop. Take a deep breath. Let author Donald Whitney show you how rewarding the simple Christian life can be
Jonathan Edwards Resolutions
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While completing his preparation for the ministry, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) wrote seventy resolutions that guided him throughout his life. About twenty years later he wrote a letter to young Deborah Hatheway, a new convert in a nearby town, advising her concerning the Christian life. These two writings, often reprinted during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, overflow with straight forward and biblically sound advice. This advice is as current today as it was in the 1700s, and it far surpasses the how to books now overrunning bookstores. If your knowledge of Edwards does not extend beyond his sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, you owe it to yourself to read Jonathan’ Edward’s Resolutions: And Advice to Young Converts.
Race Set Before Us
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In this explanation of the biblical theology of perserverance and assurance, Thomas Schreiner and Ardel Caneday weigh and consider all of the relevant New Testament texts. Applying sound principles of biblical interpretation and conversing with recent evangelical thought, they give us a foundational study with profound spiritual implications for Christian living and pastoral ministry.
When I Am Afraid
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You know how anxiety and fear feels – your stomach drops, your neck tightens, your whole body tenses – but do you know what to do when anxiety fills your days and troubles your nights? You’ve probably already tried a few strategies, like denial or working harder, and noticed that they aren’t a permanent solution. If you are tired of dealing with anxiety and worry on your own, then this guide is just for you. As you go through each set of meditations, anxiety will gradually yield to hope, peace, and rest. Of course, this is lifelong process, but going through this devotional guide, either on your own or with a small group, will kick-start the process and bring lifelong change.
All Things For Good
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First published in 1663 (under the title A Divine Cordial), the year after Watson and some two thousand other ministers were ejected from the church of England and exposed to hardship and suffering. All Things for Good contains the rich exposition of a man who lived when only faith in God’s Word could lead him to such confidence. This book provides the biblical answer to the contemporary question; Why do bad things happen to good people?