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Your Mind Is Under Attack.
Thousands of thoughts fly through our minds every day, many of them negative. And Satan knows how susceptible we are to these negative thoughts that leave us frustrated and feeling defeated. However, the time-honored practice of Christian meditation can help us find victory in these spiritual battles.
Transforming Your Thought Life offers guided meditations and personal examples that will help you train your mind to stay grounded in God’s Word. Each chapter examines a particular kind of negative thought pattern and provides key Bible verses and prayers for standing strong against it. Day by day, as you hide God’s Word in your heart and mind, you will move closer to the heart and mind of God.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Let’s admit it, we want to be beautiful and successful. But could these marks of being an empowered woman actually be idols requiring our slavish devotion? If you have struggled with this, you probably know the feeling that you will never be pretty or perfect enough. In Never Enough, Sarah Ivill discusses issues related to body image and performance as she shares about her past addiction to thinness and fitness. In the process, she confronts five common lies women of all ages fall prey to and points us back to our acceptance in Christ, where we find the true solution to our pursuit of beauty and success.
A second chance . . . all of us have needed one at some point in our lives.
As children, we beg our parents to give us “just one more chance.” As adults, we turn our pleadings to God for another opportunity, just to start over again.
In this revised and updated version of The God of Second Chances, author Stephen Arterburn takes us through his own journey of pleasure-seeking and ambition to a life-changing encounter with the reality of God’s grace. Arterburn is painfully honest, sharing his personal experiences with sexual immorality that culminated in the abortion of his child. It was then, desperate and at the end of himself, that Arterburn cried out to God for a second chance.
Through his willingness to share his struggles, Arterburn helps us to confront our failures and reach out for God’s restorative touch. With gentle humor, he encourages us to look beyond ourselves and discover the joy in serving others and investing in the things that really matter. In doing so, we will learn what it is to be restored to God through unconditional surrender and receive healing from the scars left by our own mistakes.
At thirty-one, Ellen Barrett has already won a Pulitzer Prize. Sadly, though, her skill as a journalist far surpasses her ability to sort out her troubled past, so she’s less than eager to return to picturesque Petoskey, Michigan, for her beloved father’s funeral. When she most needs comfort, her husband is distant and her siblings antagonistic — and the solace an old sweetheart offers is almost too much to resist. In the end, going home to the shores of Little Traverse Bay is an emotional and spiritual journey for Ellen — a rediscovery of what is truly important and eternal in her life.
It’s easy to pray for others’ needs. If God takes a long time in answering–or answers with a no–it’s easier to take. Far more difficult is focusing on your own needs when sometimes you don’t get the answers you want. What do you pray when life gets hard or even unbearable? When you lose a spouse or a child? When your health deteriorates? When your spiritual life seems barren? Linda Evans Shepherd knows what it’s like to pray in the direst of circumstances. She shows readers how what, and when of praying for themselves. As she takes readers through her own prayer journey and the stories of others, they will be encouraged and equipped to pray for themselves in any circumstance. They’ll also find that whether or not God changes their circumstances, he will use prayer to change them.
Who wants to face the challenges of life without them? Not the Women of the Secret Place! Explore this collection of real-life experiences and glimpses into a woman’s personal relationship with God.
Discover for yourself what the Women of the Secret Place have learned. As you relax with the fifty-two devotionals in Women of the Secret Place, you will laugh, cry, and be encouraged. You will gain a new appreciation for God’s unique plan for you as a woman of faith. You will be inspired to trust Him through life’s most difficult circumstances!
The power and beauty of the story is captured in the spiritual reflections of award-winning author Ruth Carmichael Ellinger and other contributing authors who candidly share their experiences.
Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Kregel: My Dearest Dietrich: A Novel of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Lost Love by Amanda Barratt vs. Soldier Who Killed a King by David Kitz
Good Book Company: Not Forsaken: A Story of Life After Abuse: How Faith Brought One Woman From Victim to Survivor by Jennifer Michelle Greenberg vs. Where was God when that happened? by Christopher Ash
Christian Focus: Preaching with Spiritual Power: Calvin’s Understanding of Word and Spirit in Preaching by Ralph Cunnington vs. Unashamed Workmen: How Expositors Prepare and Preach by Rhett Dodson
Moody Publishers: On Bended Knee: Praying Like Prophets, Warriors, and Kings by Crickett Keeth vs. Warfare Praying: Biblical Strategies for Overcoming the Adversary by Mark I. Bubeck
Reformation Heritage: Christ and the Law: Antinomianism at the Westminster Assembly by Whitney G. Gamble vs. God’s Ambassadors: The Westminster Assembly and the Reformation of the English Pulpit, 1643-1653 by Chad Van Dixhoorn