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Publisher: Greentree Publishers
Price: $0.99 (Dec 2-8)
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What if you could wake up every morning with a clean slate and your eyes on the possibility of a full life that honors God? Great news—you can!
This 31-day devotional will help you encounter God and live in the freedom and joy of knowing Him.
It’s difficult to grasp the concept of God’s mercy, but this truth is essential to living out our faith and overcoming the weight of spiritual struggle. New Every Morning is a 31-day devotional that will…
…help you understand the biblical teaching of God’s mercy.
…relate what the Bible says about God’s mercy and compassion to your daily decisions and experiences.
…guide you in responding to God’s character and experiencing the freshness of God’s grace.
…assist you in living out your faith by reflecting the God of mercy to the world.
Each day’s reading includes short nuggets of Bible teaching, devotional thoughts, and life application. You’ll be given the opportunity for personal reflection and prayer at the end of each session. Allow pastor and author, Dr. Tim Riordan, to be your biblical guide as he unpacks the truth of one key aspect of God’s nature and shows how this truth can set you free.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (Dec 5-6)
In Theology Made Practical, Joel R. Beeke, David W. Hall, and Michael A. G. Haykin declare the significance of John Calvin’s life and ideas—particularly his contributions to systematic theology, pastoral theology, and political theology—as well as the influence he had on others through the centuries. With focused studies related to the Trinity, predestination, the Holy Spirit, justification, preaching, missions, principles of government, welfare, and marriage, this book demonstrates how Calvin’s thought has been, and still is, a dynamic wellspring of fruitfulness for numerous areas of the Christian life. More than 450 years since Calvin experienced the beatific vision, his thinking about God and His Word still possesses what our culture passionately longs for—true relevancy.
In this grab bag, we have 5 e-books from the Start a New series from Zondervan. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Acclaimed teaching pastor Daniel Grothe speaks to the sense of loneliness that many feel in today’s age of hypermobility and noncommittal wandering, reminding us of the ancient vow of stability and teaching us how we can lead a richer life of friendship, community, and purpose.
Unlike previous generations that had to stay put, many people today have unprecedented access to a lifestyle of mobility. We can explore and bounce from place to place, never settling down or making anywhere home. And while it feels freeing to be able to try something new whenever we want–whether it’s a new job, a new city, a new group of friends, or even a new church–somewhere along the way, we discover we’re missing something. We may be paying our bills and have a roof over our heads, but we’re lonely and unfulfilled, disconnected and unsatisfied. What’s that all about? What is the missing piece?
In The Power of Place, pastor Daniel Grothe speaks to the human ache for home and makes a countercultural case for staying put. He calls us to reject the myth of Christian individuality and instead embrace the richness of commitment and community, arguing that we must stay in one place as long as we can, plant our lives, and let roots take hold. Because only then can we experience the deep fulfillment, friendship, and fruitfulness God created us for.
Inspired by the acts of sacrifice and discipline exemplified by the D-Day generation as well as the current generation of young American soldiers, many Christians today are looking for an obedient, disciplined approach to faith. This user-friendly study guides readers toward a greater understanding of eight spiritual disciplines of the Christian faith-prayer, humility, self-control, sacrifice, submission, solitude, silence, and hope. Each chapter defines and discusses the concept, then provides interactive assignments and suggestions for further study, as well as content summaries and outlines that aid in retention. Activities can be revisited again and again for a new outlook or just for a periodic refresher. Perfect for individual or group or family study, So, You Want to be Like Christ? is just right for anyone desiring to delve deeper into the fundamental elements of Christian life, and essential for all who hunger for authentic faith experiences. It is destined to be a classic text on the practice of Christianity.
Spirit-filled devotionals, written by women for women, from the editors of Daily Guideposts, America’s favorite devotional for more than 40 years
365 Spirit-Lifting Devotions for Women forms a tapestry of life’s emotions – joy and laughter, heartache and healing, lessons to be savored and explored. Tailored to the spiritual needs of women, it reaches out with insights that will speak to your heart.
Each entry begins with a Scripture verse to help shape your devotional time. It then draws from a treasury of inspirational stories from Daily Guideposts favorites such as Debbie Macomber, Marion Bond West, Sharon Ewell Foster, and more with unique and varied perspectives on the challenges faced by modern women of all ages and situations. The authors share their experiences with down-to-earth glimpses into their own daily lives, ending with heartfelt personal prayers for strength and growth.
You owe it to yourself to take a few minutes of quiet time each day to nourish and restore your spirit. Experience the comfort and guidance offered each day in 365 Spirit-Lifting Devotions for Women.
Publisher: IVP Academic
Price: $2.99 (Dec 4-5)
How might premodern exegesis of Genesis inform Christian debates about creation today?
Imagine a table with three people in dialogue: a young-earth creationist, an old-earth creationist, and an evolutionary creationist. Into the room walks Augustine of Hippo, one of the most significant theologians in the history of the church. In what ways will his reading of Scripture and his doctrine of creation inform, deepen, and shape the conversation?
Pastor and theologian Gavin Ortlund explores just such a scenario by retrieving Augustine’s reading of Genesis 1-3 and considering how his premodern understanding of creation can help Christians today. Ortlund contends that while Augustine’s hermeneutical approach and theological questions might differ from those of today, this church father’s humility before Scripture and his theological conclusions can shed light on matters such as evolution, animal death, and the historical Adam and Eve.
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