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Revised Edition 2019 !
Throughout the ages, people have turned to the Bible for guidance and hope. This Bible study book serves as a road map for the beginner to develop an appreciation of the Bible and make it a part of their daily living.
All 66 books of the Bible are covered in detail, including:
• Author of each book and the time frame in which it was written
• Key themes for each book
• Summary of the message in each book
• A devotion for contemplation and further exploration
Immerse yourself in the stories, prophecies, and messages of the Bible and discover anew the awe-inspiring force, mercy, and healing power of God and Jesus Christ. Graceful and inspiring, Bible Study for Beginners brings the reader back to the basics and opens the way to a direct relationship with the living Word of God.
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It’s time to fight back!
Why has the church struggled in ministering to those with mental illnesses?
Each day men and women diagnosed with mental disorders are told they need to pray more and turn from their sin. Mental illness is equated with demonic possession, weak faith, and generational sin. As both a church leader and a professor of psychology and behavioral sciences, Michael S. Stanford has seen far too many mentally ill brothers and sisters damaged by well-meaning believers who respond to them out of fear or misinformation rather than grace.
Grace for the Afflicted is written to educate Christians about mental illness from both biblical and scientific perspectives. Stanford presents insights into our physical and spiritual nature and discusses the appropriate role of psychology and psychiatry in the life of the believer. Describing common mental disorders, Stanford probes what science says and what the Bible says about each illness.
Consistent with DSM-5 diagnoses, this revised and expanded edition is thoroughly updated with new material throughout, including eight new chapters that cover
trauma- and stressor-related disorders
cerebrovascular accidents (stroke)
traumatic brain injury
a holistic approach to recovery
mental health and the church
This is the complete three-volume set of Charles Hodge’s ‘Systematic Theology’. It is divided into four parts; Theology Proper, Anthropology, Soteriology, and Eschatology.
For easy navigation, this work includes hyperlinks to and from the footnotes as well as hyperlinks from the Table of Contents and NCX to all Parts, Chapters, and Sections.
The inception of a spiritual odyssey begins . . .
Artka, once a nobleman’s son, is now a Carnalian soldier fighting a war against Ecclessa, which is said to be ruled by a ruthless Magician.
Lost in the forest while escaping tophets, Artka is pierced by an Ecclessite’s kingsman sword-but the sword does not immediately harm nor kill. To survive the piercing and heal his heart’s wound, Artka seeks Logon who waits at the rock where he was slain, only to learn a new brigade is soon to be created and Artka is to be a kingsman of it.
Invisible enemies lurk around him.
Hate battles against him.
Sacrifice is required of him.
Knowledge awaits him.
Only the runes on his Ecclessite sword can lead him to safety . . . if he can survive the journey.