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This book is written from the outcry of one man, no stranger to darkness, desperately clinging to the God he can no longer seem to see, feel, hear, touch, or experience. Heman the Ezrahite, the author of Psalm 88, does not hide the darkness or sugarcoat it. The world is broken. We are broken. And our whole life on this earth is spent somewhere in the middle of that brokenness. What do we do with that? I believe Psalm 88 is the perfect place to go to deal with this reality. So come take a walk with me as we follow our Ezrahite friend through the dark night of the soul.
In this modern-day collection of our enemy’s activities, learn to anticipate how Satan will attack and discern powerful techniques to preemptively fight against him.
Learn to fight against the Devil.
Through biblical examples and engaging stories from Beth Guckenberger’s own life experiences, become equipped and encouraged to battle Satan with boldness and wisdom. Throw the First Punch will teach readers how to fight by:
Anticipating how Satan will attack spiritually, emotionally, and physically
Discerning specific techniques to preemptively fight against the Enemy
Understanding the limitations God has placed on the Enemy
Confidently engaging the power they have as co-heirs with Christ
This resource teaches readers to draw up a spiritual combat plan and be prepared to enter into the battles of everyday life. Live in the power and freedom God created for you, and throw the first punch!
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Understanding Apathy and How to Combat It
For many Christians, apathy can feel inescapable. They experience a lack of motivation and a growing indifference to important things, with some even struggling to care about anything at all. This listlessness can spill over into our spiritual lives, making it difficult to pray, read the Bible, or engage in our communities. Have we resigned ourselves to apathy? Do we recognize it as a sin? How can we fight against it?
In Overcoming Apathy, theology professor Uche Anizor explains what apathy is and gives practical, biblical advice to break the cycle. Inspired by his conversations with young Christians as well as his own experiences with apathy, Anizor takes a fresh look at this widespread problem and its effect on spiritual maturity. First, he highlights the prevalence of apathy in our culture, using examples from TV, movies, and social media. Next, he turns to theologians, philosophers, and psychologists to further define apathy. Finally, Anizor explores causes, cures, and healthy practices to boldly overcome apathy in daily life, taking believers from spiritual lethargy to Christian zeal. This short ebook is an excellent resource for those struggling with apathy as well as parents, mentors, and friends who want to support someone in need.
When will the insanity end?
This book will answer your questions about end times issues by examining statements that Jesus Himself made about what was to come. You will be encouraged as you anticipate Christ’s return.
Both inside and outside the church, people are asking the same question: Is this the end of the world? With a global pandemic that has killed millions; nations spending millions of dollars to update their nuclear weapons arsenals; and an increase in fire, floods, plagues, and other natural disasters, Christians and non-Christians alike are concluding that history appears to be drawing to a close.
Yet Dr. Michael Youssef says now is not the time to fear. In Is The End Near? Dr. Youssef looks at Jesus’ words in Matthew 24 and 25 about the end of civilization and the coming of the one world ruler and examines:
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: The Lost Commandment: Have We Missed What Jesus Really Wants? by Dave Greber vs. Love Is by Kim Sorrelle
Intervarsity Press: Paul’s New Perspective: Charting a Soteriological Journey by Garwood P. Anderson vs. The Glory of God and Paul (New Studies in Biblical Theology) by Christopher W. Morgan & Robert A. Peterson
Reformation Heritage: The Ark of Safety: Is There Salvation Outside of the Church? (Explorations in Reformed Confessional Theology) by Ryan M. McGraw vs. Doctrine in Development: Johannes Piscator and Debates over Christ’s Active Obedience by Herber Carlos de Campos Jr.
Good Book Company: The Unwavering Pastor: Leading the Church with Grace in Divisive Times by Jonathan K. Dodson vs. Faithful Leaders: and the Things That Matter Most by Rico Tice
Christian Focus: Why Do I Suffer?: Suffering & the Sovereignty of God by John Currid vs. Conspiracy Theory: When God is Seemingly Against Us by Richard Gibbons