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In this grab bag we have 5 e-books from Crossway. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 5 one-day e-books from HarperCollins Christian Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Exciting New Series by Beloved Author Lauraine Snelling
Cassie Lockwood’s mother died when she was little, so Cassie traveled with her father’s Wild West Show and became an amazingly skillful trick rider, likened by some to the famous Annie Oakley. When her father died, she continued to work with the show, having nowhere else to go.
Now Cassie has discovered that “Uncle” Jason, the show’s manager, has driven the show into debt, and he’s absconded with what little money was left. Devastated, Cassie decides to try to find the hidden valley where her father had dreamed of putting down roots. She has only one clue. She needs to find three huge stones that look like fingers raised in a giant hand. With Chief, a Sioux Indian who’s been with the show for twenty years, and Micah, the head wrangler, she leaves both the show and a bundle of heartache behind and begins a wild and daring adventure.
In this grab bag we have 11 e-books from Eerdmans. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
From the day she arrives at the Biltmore, Tillie Reese is dazzled–by the riches of the Vanderbilts and by Mack Danvers, a mountain man turned footman. When Tillie is enlisted to help tame Mack’s rugged behavior by tutoring him in the ways of refined society, the resulting sparks threaten Tillie’s efforts to be chosen as Edith Vanderbilt’s lady’s maid. But the stakes rise even higher when Mack and Tillie become entangled in a cover-up at the town orphanage. They could both lose their jobs…and their hearts.
Mystery of Providence, by John Flavel, presents the Puritan perspective on the God’s providence in practical terms. The book is really a lengthy meditation and application of Psalm 52:7. which says “I will cry unto God most high; unto God that performeth all things for me.” From this text, Flavel derives his “doctrine” (falling in line with typical Puritan sermon-structure): “It is the duty of the saints, especially in times of straits, to reflect upon the performances of Providence for them in all the states and through all the stages of their lives.” This theme is then unfolded in in a three-part treatise, covering (1) The Evidence of Providence, in which Flavel seeks to prove and demonstrate the reality of God’s Providential care over the lives of believers by looking at such things as birth, upbringing, conversion, employment, family affairs, preservation from evil, and sanctification; (2) Meditation on the Providence of God, where the author shows that it is our duty to meditate on Providence, directs in how to do this, and then covers ten advantage to gained from this practice; and (3) Application of the Doctrine of Providence, in which the practical implications of the doctrine are considered and the problems and questions arising in people’s minds are answered. Though not as witty and colorful as Thomas Brooks, as practical as Thomas Manton, as astute as Stephen Charnock, or as experiential as John Owen, Flavel’s book does have many merits. Flavel himself lived a difficult life in which he knew firsthand how to rely on God’s sovereignty in his life, and his work cultivates a greater awareness of God’s mercy, trust in God’s wisdom, and resignation to God’s will day by day.
This edition includes a hyperlinked Table of Contents, NCX guide, and footnotes.
From Victim to Victor: Walking by Faith and Not by Sight was written for the Christian believer, communities of faith, churched and unchurched populations, and the person who is wrestling and struggling with faith issues that challenge them in their every day spiritual walk of life. This book will introduce the reader to Jesus Christ through Dr. Deandre Collier’s testimony, use of Scripture, and discussion of Christian traditions. Further, Dr. Collier will demonstrate, through his shared experiences, the meaning of the phrase walking by faith, not by sight.
This spiritually-inspired memoir argues that, even during the worst of times, maintaining faith can ensure that our best days lie ahead. Victimization presents opportunity for victory, but with God all things are possible because He is the essence of faith.
From Victim to Victor is designed to reach out and target audiences of all persons in a real, personal, spiritual, and intimate way. Dr. Deandre Collier has written this book for all regardless of education, race, social and economic status, denominational affiliation, and religious and cultural tradition.