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Many times God’s blessings are obvious. . .life is good. But then there are times when life is just plain difficult. And you find yourself wondering,Where are God’s blessings in these hard moments? . . . This encouraging devotional,God Is Good (All the Time), will comfort your soul and remind you that His love never fails. These 125 readings and prayers will reassure your heart of God’s amazing character and His unfailing promises—through all of life’s ups, downs, and in-betweens. Each reading will bless you heart as you wrap up in the warmth of the heavenly Father’s never-ending goodness.
Here is a stirring collection of 90 devotions that will speak to your heart, while helping you to grow in your faith and encouraging you to follow wherever the Savior leads. Where God Leads, I Will Follow is a beautiful reminder that God has a special plan for you–if you’re only willing to obey His perfect will. It’s the perfect book to give as a gift or use for personal quiet time.
If God is good, why does He allow suffering? Popular author Dave Earley provides solid biblical answers in 21 Reasons Bad Things Happen to Good People. Why does God allow bad things to happen to “good” people? Popular author Dave Earley provides twenty-one key reasons, carefully drawn from scripture and accompanied by contemporary, real-life stories. Written in Earley’s casual, readable style, 21 Reasons Bad Things Happen to Good People promises hope and encouragement through the pain.
The lyrics from the beloved hymn “Sweet Hour of Prayer” inspire this encouraging title. Overflowing with thoughtful devotions, prayers, memorable quotations, and Bible promises, you’ll find the blessings, encouragement, joy, and comfort your heart truly desires.
In this grab bag we have 6 e-books from Barbour Books. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Hope for Happy Endings Is Renewed in Nine Historical Romances
Meet nine women from history spanning from 1776 to 1944 feel the sting of having lost out on love. Can their hope for experiencing romance again be renewed?
Love in the Crossfire by Lauralee Bliss – Trenton, New Jersey, 1776
Gretchen Hanson watched her beau go off to war and never return. She soon falls for an enemy scout who stumbles upon her farm. If Jake is discovered, it could mean death for them all. Will Gretchen let go of love or stand strong?
Daughter of Orion by Ramona K. Cecil – New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1859
Whaling widow, Matilda Daggett, vows to never again give her heart to a seaman. But when debt drives her to masquerade as a cabin boy on a whaling ship, a young harpooner threatens both her vow and her heart.
It Takes an Extra Special Woman to Be a Preacher’s Bride
Six men are dedicated to proclaiming God’s Word—and six women wonder if they’re cut out to support that calling. Being a helpmate to a pastor is no easy task. They must step out in a special kind of faith and love to become preachers’ brides. . . .
Remember Me by Kimberley Comeaux
North suffers an injury, loses his memory, and believes he is a Scottish pastor. Helen hopes he just might fall in love with her if he isn’t bound by his social standings as a duke.
Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy by Kristy Dykes
Shirley feels like she’s never known anything of life beyond her little country church. She wants more out life. Then she meets Forrest Townsend, the new parson—who just might change her mind.
In Miss Bliss and the Bear by Darlene Franklin
Annie knits hats and mittens for soldiers. But chaplain Jeremiah Arnold isn’t sure he wants a woman hanging around the fort—even one as beautiful and well-meaning as Miss Bliss. . . .