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Let the Power of God’s Names Transform Your Daily Life
The many names of God reveal His characteristics and contain powerful promises to you as a believer. Each of these 85 devotions introduces you to one of God’s unique names and includes a key Scripture, practical application, and encouragement to help you in your everyday life.
Discover the rich blessings waiting for you when you encounter God as…
Elohim – the Strong Creator God
You put the universe together with Your words—thank You for knowing how to put my life together as well.
Jehovah – the Relational God
You rule over all, and yet You also seek a relationship with Your creation. You are worthy of all praise and worship.
Adonai – Master Over All
Thank You for being my Lord and my Master and yet allowing me to know You intimately.
…and many more!
This beautifully designed devotional makes an ideal gift or a great addition to your own quiet time with God.
What does a dream sound like?
“The first time the sound of a dream slammed, hard, in the center of my spirit, was almost a decade ago. It’s the sound that has led me on the journey whose threads are pulled through this book, an intimate pilgrimage, often ironically nomadic, that I’ve struggled to comprehend; it’s been unlike anything else I’ve ever known. It happened in a coffee shop during my thirtieth year, and in less than two hours it caused me to listen to my life anew.”
In these pages, writer and speaker Suanne Camfield writes of the varied dreams that she has pursued over the course of her life. With captivating and eloquent stories and concepts, she guides us through what it feels like to have a stirring deep inside of us and how God guides and shapes us through that sense of calling. This is not a book primarily about vocation or even discernment. It is a book about being a dreamer who is shaped by God. It is about having the wisdom and courage to step into the places of our most vulnerable longing.
Finally! A solution for those suffering with cancer, heart
disease, arthritis, diabetes, asthma, IBS, and more!
Today, Jordan Rubin is a doctor of naturopathic medicine and founder of Garden of Life® and Ancient Nutrition. But at the age of 19, Jordan was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease—an incurable digestive ailment. In one of the most dramatic natural healing stories ever told, Jordan discovered a natural path to complete healing and sustained health.
In this updated and expanded edition of Patient Heal Thyself (originally published in 2002), Jordan Rubin shares his monumental discoveries, teaching you how to take control of your own health and unlock your body’s phenomenal healing potential.
In this book, you’ll discover…
How the body can overcome virtually any health challenge by following the Maker’s Diet
The key to attaining and maintaining vibrant health lies in your gastrointestinal tract
Which specific foods, not found in our modern diet, hold the key to healing a wide range of health conditions
Complete protocols for diet and nutritional supplements
The simple, life-changing strategies and ancient principles found in this book can help you chart a path for wholeness. Get in the driver’s seat and take control of your health journey today!
Looking out into the universe, most of us have asked at one time or another, “Is anybody there?”
Some have yet to hear an answer.
Others have found the answer lies much closer, even in the events of their own lives.
What they have experienced is so convincing it leaves no doubt. The script being followed shows wisdom far greater than any human mind and a goodness none of us understands or deserves.
The remarkable true stories in Along Comes God by George R. Slater show what happens when God comes along and when ordinary people have the faith to trust in Him.
From the creators of Devotional Classics and Spiritual Classics comes 25 Books Every Christian Should Read, the definitive guide to the most spiritually influential and important books for Christians to read. Renovaré, a community of Christians promoting personal and spiritual renewal, put together a prestigious editorial board including Richard Foster, Dallas Willard, Phyllis Tickle, and Richard Rohr, resulting in this wonderful resource for exploring the richness of the Christian tradition.
For much of his life, Pascal (1623-62) worked on a magnum opus which was never published in the form the philosopher intended. Instead, Pascal left a mass of fragments, some of them meant as notes for the Apologie. These became known as the Pensées, and they occupy a crucial place in Western philosophy and religious writing.
For 450 years, churches throughout the world have been using the Heidelberg Catechism (1563) to instruct God’s people in foundational Christian doctrine. When Elector Frederick III (1515–1576) commissioned the preparation of a manual for instructing the youth and guiding the pastors and teachers of his domain, he could not have imagined the profound effect it would have on future generations of Christians. The most widely used, most influential Reformation catechism, the “Heidelberger” shines forth the blessed truths of the gospel in 129 questions and answers, beginning with the memorable, ever-enduring subject of our “only comfort in life and in death.”
In ‘A Faith Worth Teaching’, edited by Jon Payne and Sebastian Heck, an array of faithful pastor-scholars celebrate the Heidelberg Catechism on its 450th anniversary with a collection of essays on its dynamic history, rich theology, and fruit-bearing practice that will be an encouragement to pastors and laypersons alike.
Table of Contents:
Foreword: the Heidelberg Catechism: the Secret of its Success – Herman J. Selderhuis
Part 1: The History and Background of the Heidelberg Catechism
1. The History and People Behind the Heidelberg Catechism – Lyle D. Bierma
2. The Heidelberg Catechism in the United States – D. G. Hart
Part 2: The Heidelberg Catechism and the Means of Grace
3. Holding Firmly to the Heidelberger: The Validity and Relevance of Catechism Preaching – Joel R. Beeke
4. Preaching the Catechism Today – Joel R. Beeke
5. “Washed from All My Sins”: The Doctrine of Baptism in the Heidelberg Catechism – Sebastian Heck
6. “As Certainly As I See and Taste”: The Lord’s Supper and the Heidelberg Catechism – Jon D. Payne
Part 3: Christian Doctrine and the Heidelberg Catechism
7. Gathered, Protected, and Preserved: The Church in the Heidelberg Catechism – Michael S. Horton
8. Grace and Gratitude: Justification and Sanctification in the Heidelberg Catechism – Cornelis P. Venema
9. The Christology of the Heidelberg catechism – Mark Jones
10. “Prophet, Doctor Jesus”: the Son of God as “Our High Priest and Teacher” in the Heidelberg Catechism – Victor E. d’Assonville
11. The Spirit-Filled Catechism: The Heidelberg Catechism and the Holy Spirit – Daniel R. Hyde
Part 4: The Heidelberg Catechism As Catechetical Tool
12. The Heidelberg Catechism Among the Reformed Catechisms – W. Robert Godfrey
13. The Heidelberg Catechism: A Catechetical Tool – Willem Verboom
14. Scholasticism in the Heidelberg Catechism? – Willem van’t Spijker
“This is a wonderful collection of articles, both practical and scholarly. There is much here to help us understand the history, the theology, and the continuing relevance of the Heidelberg Catechism. As we preach through the Heidelberg in our church I will certainly consult this book often. It prompted me to think again and again ‘Isn’t the Catechism remarkable!’ and, more importantly, ‘Isn’t the gospel amazing!’” — Kevin DeYoung, senior pastor at University Reformed Church, Lansing, Michigan, and author of The Good News We Almost Forgot: Rediscovering the Gospel in a 16th Century Catechism
“As a summary and interpretation of God’s Word composed for and authorized by the Reformed churches, the Heidelberg Catechism (1563) has a special place in the life of the churches. We should be thankful for ‘A Faith Worth Teaching’, a fine resource that helps us better understand and use the catechism in our time.” — R. Scott Clark, professor of church history and historical theology, Westminster Seminary California