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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (Oct 23-24)
Living with the Living God brings together two of the classic works on the person and work of the Holy Spirit from two of the most renowned theologians – George Smeaton and John Owen.
Part one looks at the Biblical teaching concerning the Holy Spirit, as Smeaton leads us on a journey of exploration through Scriptures teachings on the Holy Spirit.
Part two sees John Owen deal with the relationship between the believer and the Holy Spirit in our daily experience.
Living with the Living God provides an accessible and practical opportunity for the contemporary reader in understanding the work of the Holy Spirit.
Read the best news the world has ever been given about the most significant life in all history—Jesus Christ. In One Perfect Life, Dr. John MacArthur shares with us the complete story of the Eternal Christ from Genesis to Revelation. Using Matthew as the base text, Dr. MacArthur blends the gospels and other biblical material about Jesus into one continuous story that will help you better understand Scripture and grow stronger in your faith. No other harmony of the Gospels includes such extensive study notes to help you unpack the meaning of each verse.
Verse-by-verse explanations from one of the most important pastor-teachers of our time
Every verse connected to Christ from Genesis to Revelation
A harmony of the Gospels that demonstrates the inerrancy of Scripture
New King James translation
“Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ . . .” So goes Paul’s typical self-introduction, an unassuming title for Christianity’s most influential figure apart from Christ Himself. Now, for the first time, experience Paul’s world-changing writings in the full context of his life story—from Pharisee and persecutor of the church, to broken and humbled convert, to the apostle of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
From pastor and teacher Dr. John MacArthur, One Faithful Life is the first-of-its-kind harmony of Paul’s message and life, weaving together Paul’s letters, the book of Acts, and important background information from the Gospels into a seamless, chronological narrative.
Verse-by-verse explanations and section introductions from one of the most respected pastor-teachers of our time
New King James Version of the Scripture text
A comprehensive reading plan
In this grab bag, we have 4 e-books from Crossway. The prices that they have provided are under each book cover.
Inspired by Mark Batterson’s bestselling book The Circle Maker, Draw the Circle shares inspiring stories of God’s answers to prayer, daily scriptures, and prayer prompts, to stir you to pray and keep praying like never before. Let this book be your 40-day guide to experiencing more passionate, persistent, intimate communication with God.
As thousands upon thousands of readers embraced the message of The Circle Maker, true stories of miraculous and inspiring answers to prayer began to surface. As those stories were shared, others were bolstered in their faith to pray with even more boldness.
Draw the Circle shares 40 of those true, faith-building stories of God’s answers to prayer, along with daily scriptures and prayer prompts. It’s the first forty days on your way to a lifetime of watching God work and believing in the God who can do all things, whether you are a beginner at prayer or an expert looking for fresh inspiration and encouragement.
In this grab bag, we have 5 e-books from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
USA Today and Wall Street Journal best seller
Learn how life can be enhanced, how a corporate culture can be changed, how a family can be united—by living the simple lessons of a third-grade dropout.
We live in an era of low expectations. In fact, we tend to celebrate low expectations. The way in which we choose to live and work today is a far cry from the purposeful living of our parents.
Have we reached the point in our society where it is more important to look good rather than be good? Has the pride in doing good work been replaced by self-entitlement, perfect offices, and slick suits?
This book reacquaints readers with the wisdom—the common sense that was practiced simply and unwittingly by those who represent a generation gone by: