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What if you could reboot everything you know about sex so that it mirrored what the Bible teaches? Whether you’re married or single, you can, and this book will tell you how.
Who this book is for:
Anyone who wants to know what the bible says about culturally taboo topics like masturbation, pornography, sex, same-sex attraction, consent, singleness, marriage, and submission.
Those who have been looking for a practical guide on how to find freedom from sexual sin (includes guides on how to overcome common triggers).
What this book isn’t:
A guide on how to have better sex.
An exposé on any part of the Spencer’s private sex-life.
After years of struggling to understand the seemingly elusive concept of sexual purity, Travis and Kristin Spencer realized there was a better way. Through raw and transparent conversations, time spent studying what the Bible really says about sexuality, and determined discipline, they were able to reboot their sexual identities, and finally leave their destructive sexual habits in the past.
But what does it mean to have a sexual identity based on Christ? Take a journey with the Spencers through the attributes of Jesus Christ and how these characteristics apply to sexuality to find out.
In this grab bag we have 4 e-books from Baker Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (Nov 20-21)
Fourteen theological scholars address key topics related to the age of the earth, which is the crucial issue of debate in the church today regarding origins. Bringing to bear rigorous biblical, theological, and historical arguments in favor of a six-day creation, the global Flood, and a young earth, they also provide much-needed critiques of a number of contemporary old-earth interpretations of the book of Genesis.
This fresh defense of the literal history of Genesis 1-11 nicely complements other studies which focus more on the scientific evidence of young-earth creationism. As such, this book can serve as a versatile supplement to other works, but is also designed to be used as a standalone text for seminary and Bible college professors and students, pastors, missionaries, and others who want in-depth apologetic resources.
Coming to Grips with Genesis: Biblical Authority and the Age of the Earthincludes:
– Forewords by Dr. John MacArthur, President of the Master’s Seminary and Senior Pastor of Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, CA; and the late Dr. Henry Morris, Founder and President Emeritus, Institute for Creation Research
– Detailed analysis of the verbs of Genesis 1
– A defense of the Genesis 5 & 11 genealogies as strict chronologies
– Reasons for rejecting millions of years of death and natural evil before Adam’s sin
– Careful reflection on Jesus’ teachings regarding a young earth
Begin Praying With God’s Many Names
Let’s get pastor and people on the same page concerning Thanksgiving and Christmas. The following book will get everyone in your church praying about Thanksgiving and Christmas. Then there is Bible study on the same topic. Finally, there is a sermon/lesson outline to tie it all together.
Two years ago this was our Thanksgiving and Christmas project for the Pastor’s Bible Class at Thomas Road
Baptist Church. I have taught that class for 32 years and wanted to focus church members on the spiritual challenge of Thanksgiving and Christmas. So, I taught these lessons and the people prayed and God began to work.
Bestselling author Lynn Austin’s historical novels have entertained readers worldwide; now, rediscover her beloved contemporary debut.
Wilhelmina Brewster and Mike Dolan are two very different people—one is trying to figure out how to live, the other how to die.
Wilhelmina Brewster has been a college music professor for 41 years, never marrying, devoting her life to her career instead. After a forced retirement, however, she is mourning and searching for something to fill the empty hours. Widower Mike Dolan is a pilot and World War II veteran who has always lived life to the fullest. But when his cancer returns, he makes plans for a final flight in his airplane rather than become a burden to his family.
When their paths cross unexpectedly and Wilhelmina accidentally learns of Mike’s plans, she’s horrified, certain he’s making a mistake that she can correct. What she didn’t expect was how spectacularly she would fail, or how completely Mike would change her perspective on life, loss, and faith in the process.
The Gospel costs nothing. You can’t earn it or buy it. It can only be received as a free gift compliment of God’s grace. It doesn’t cost anything, but it demands everything. It demands that we go “all in,” a term that simply means placing all that you have into God’s hands. Pushing it all in. And that’s where we get stuck—spiritual no man’s land. We’re afraid that if we go all in that we might miss out on what this life has to offer. It’s not true. The only thing you’ll miss out on is everything God has to offer. And the good news is this: if you don’t hold out on God, God won’t hold out on you. Readers will find Batterson’s writing filled with his customary vivid, contemporary illustrations as well as biblical characters like Shamgar and Elisha and Jonathan and . . . Judas.
No one has ever sacrificed anything for God. If you always get back more than you gave up, have you sacrificed anything at all? The eternal reward always outweighs the temporal sacrifice. At the end of the day, our greatest regret will be whatever we didn’t give back to God. What we didn’t push back across the table to Him. Eternity will reveal that holding out is losing out.
The message of All In is simple: if Jesus is not Lord of all then Jesus is not Lord at all. It’s all or nothing. It’s now or never. Kneeling at the foot of the cross of Christ and surrendering to His Lordship is a radical act of dethroning yourself and enthroning Christ as King. It’s also an act of disowning yourself. Nothing belongs to you. Not even you.
Batterson writes, for many years, I thought I was following Jesus. I wasn’t. I had invited Jesus to follow me. I call it inverted Christianity. And it’s a subtle form of selfishness that masquerades as spirituality. That’s when I sold out and bought in. When did we start believing that the gospel is an insurance plan? It’s a daring plan. Jesus did not die just to keep us safe. He died to make us dangerous.”
In this grab bag we have 4 romance fiction e-books from Barbour Books which were written by Susan P. Davis. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.