In this grab bag we have 6 e-books from Baker Books. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books on work which were published by Crossway. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
Publisher: Gideon House Books
This is no ordinary collection of sermons on the topic of Communion. Charles Spurgeon made a sacred habit of partaking of the Lord’s Supper with fellow believers every Sunday. In those moments he would present these short sermons to help focus everyone’s attention on different facets and ways of experiencing the glorious mystery and beautiful gift of the sacrifice of Jesus. Spurgeon found that this weekly observance never became a rote habit, but rather drew him deeper and deeper into the mystery and love of Christ. His devotion is reflected in these sermons, which inspire us today to approach the breaking of the bread and the drinking of the cup in a whole new way.
Everyone supposed that Jesus, the man from Nazareth, was the son of Mary and Joseph the carpenter. But who was He really? The debate over Jesus’ identity has continued for two thousand years. Was Jesus actually God or was He simply a man with an unusual teaching gift? Did He possess a divine nature that equipped Him to perform miracles, or were His miracles a slight of hand? Could He have actually been the incarnation of Jehovah? His conversations prove that Jesus of Nazareth knew that He was God in human form. The four Gospels record over sixty different conversations that Jesus Christ had with many different people in many different settings. His conversations consistently pointed to the truth that He was indeed, God in the flesh. When Peter looked at this man who was very much like himself and concluded, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God,” he was exactly right. The plethora of modern theories denying Christ’s divinity must be abandoned when we comprehend what He revealed about Himself through His conversations.
It is 1704 when Genevieve Gaillain and her sister board a French ship headed for the Louisiana colony as mail-order brides. Both have promised to marry one of the rough-and-tumble Canadian men in this New World in order to escape religious persecution in the Old World. Genevieve knows life won’t be easy, but at least here she can establish a home and family without fear of beheading. But when she falls in love with Tristan Lanier, an expatriate cartographer whose courageous stand for fair treatment of native peoples has made him decidedly unpopular in the young colony, Genevieve realizes that even in this land of liberty one is not guaranteed peace. And a secret she harbors could mean the undoing of the colony itself.
Gulf Coast native Beth White brings vividly to life the hot, sultry south in this luscious, layered story of the lengths we must go to in order to be true to ourselves, our faith, and our deepest loves.
In this grab bag we have 4 charismatic e-books from various authors and publishers. The prices and sale dates that our sources have provided are under each book cover.
Think with your heart and prepare to die . . . for you have been Chosen.
Thomas Hunter, supreme commander of the Forest Guard, has seen a great evil decimate much of his beautiful world. With a dwindling army and an epic threat, Thomas is forced to supplement his fighters with new recruits ages 16 and 17. From thousands, four will be chosen to lead a special mission.
Unknown to Thomas, the chosen four are redirected to a different endgame. They must find the seven lost Books of History before the Dark One. For these seven books have immense power over the past, present, and future, controlling not only the destiny of their world . . . but that of ours as well.