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Nothing could possibly matter more than learning to discern the authentic voice of God, but few things in life are more susceptible to delusion, deception, and downright abuse. When life falls apart and we need God’s comfort; in moments of cultural turmoil when we need his clarity; facing formidable decisions when we need his guidance; desiring a deeper faith when we need God to say something, anything, to turn the monologue we call prayer into a genuine conversation.
Having addressed God’s silence in God on Mute, and then How to Pray in his previous bestseller, Pete Greig is back to bring wisdom and guidance to one of the most pressing and perplexing aspects of universal Christian experience–How to Hear God. Exploring the story of Christ’s playful, poignant conversation on the road to Emmaus, Pete draws deeply from the insights of a wide range of Christian traditions. He weaves together the evangelical emphasis upon hearing God in the Bible, and the charismatic commitment to hearing God in the prophetic, with the contemplative understanding of God’s “still, small voice” within.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
You deserve to stop suffering through what other people have done to you.
Discover the life-changing message of forgiveness in this lovely full-color journal, written by Lysa TerKeurst, complete with personal photographs and interactive content. Lysa will guide you as you engage with questions about what forgiveness is, process through what it isn’t, and understand how to deal with difficult relationships.
Throughout her life, Lysa has experienced seasons of total devastation that left her wondering, Will I ever recover from this? But in the face of hurt that felt impossible to move past, Lysa has found journaling to be a life-giving way to help let go of bitterness, process resentments, and live in the freedom of forgiving others. Now she is passionate about coming alongside you on your own journey of forgiveness, whether your deepest pain comes from years ago or is still happening today.
Be drawn into God’s Word through a fresh, creative expression of Scripture.
Now refreshed with 100 additional illustrated verses, the NIV Beautiful Word™ Bible, Updated Edition offers a one-of-a-kind visual treatment of Scripture for a more beautiful quiet time.
Find even more beauty in the Word of God as you discover wisdom to sustain you in every season. Be drawn into the splendor of God’s Word with colorful, illustrated verse art and uplifting imagery that complements Scripture.
Complete text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV)
600 full-color illustrated verses, including 100 new illustrations by Lindsay Letters, Jay & Kristi Smith, and Paige Firnberg
Index of illustrated Scripture passages by artist
Words of Jesus in red
The FIRST EVER Orthodox Study Bible presents the Bible of the early church and the church of the early Bible.
Orthodox Christianity is the face of ancient Christianity to the modern world and embraces the second largest body of Christians in the world. In this first-of-its-kind study Bible, the Bible is presented with commentary from the ancient Christian perspective that speaks to those Christians who seek a deeper experience of the roots of their faith.
Old Testament newly translated from the Greek text of the Septuagint, including the Deuterocanon
New Testament from the New King James Version
Commentary drawn from the early Church Christians
Easy-to-Locate liturgical readings
Book Introductions and Outlines
Index to Annotations
Index to Study Articles
Publisher: Atlantic Books
Price: $2.99 (Ends Jan 31)
For most people in England today, the church is simply the empty building at the end of the road, visited for the first time, if at all, when dead. It offers its sacraments to a population that lives without rites of passage, and which regards the National Health Service rather than the National Church as its true spiritual guardian. Here, Scruton argues that the Anglican Church is the forlorn trustee of an architectural and artistic inheritance that remains one of the treasures of European civilization. He contends that it is a still point in the centre of English culture and that its defining texts, the King James Bible and the Book of Common Prayer are the sources from which much of our national identity derives. At once an elegy to a vanishing world and a clarion call to recognize Anglicanism’s continuing relevance, Our Church is a graceful and persuasive book.