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Publisher: Cruciform Press
Price: $2.99 (Dec 15-16)
Neither a comprehensive marriage manual, nor a complete exploration of the theological significance of marriage, Friends and Lovers focuses on two key ingredients in a vital marriage: friendship and sexual intimacy. Drawing from the wisdom of the Bible, especially the Book of Proverbs, Joel Beeke shows you how to grow closer to your spouse both emotionally and physically.
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We often use the word faith without thinking much about its meaning. We know that without faith, it is impossible to please God and that faith is the core and foundation of daily Christian living. But what is faith? Author Joel R. Beeke believes we can best understand faith by seeing how it operates by the Spirit in the lives of fallen sinners like us. Accordingly, he considers essential aspects of faith operating in the lives of Adam and Eve, the Shunammite woman, the Canaanite woman, and Caleb. With pastoral warmth, he challenges readers to ask themselves three questions: Do I have this kind of faith? Am I exercising the particular aspect of faith being described? How can this example of a particular dimension of faith be used in my life to make me a mature believer? Study questions for each chapter encourage meaningful reflection for both individual and group study.
Table of Contents:
Foreword by Geoff Thomas
Adam and Eve: Childlike Faith
The Shunammite Woman: Submissive Faith
The Canaanite Woman: Mature Faith
Caleb: Persevering Faith
When thinking about Christ’s birth, we often focus our attention on Luke’s detailed gospel account. But to appreciate the main point of the story—that the eternal Son of God assumed our flesh-and-blood human nature—we need to learn from the rest of the Bible why Christ came to earth. Why did Christ come? In this book, thirty-one thoughtful meditations answer this vital question, and the answers encourage us to celebrate Christ’s birth more deeply, see more clearly how it is connected with the rest of His ministry, and recognize its importance for our lives.
Table of Contents:
To Do the Will of the Father
To Save Sinners
To Bring Light to a Dark World
To Be Made Like His People
To Bear Witness to the Truth
To Destroy the Works of the Devil
Realizing our deficits of spiritual grace can be shocking. We see a chasm between what we know as Christians and what we practice as Christians. But this chasm is not impassable, for the Holy Spirit, the Helper sent from the Father and the Son, works with and within us to traverse that gap. For the Christian, through all of life’s circumstances and our changing conditions, growing in grace is our priority. And God gives what He commands. He gives us means and tools to use that can truly, daily, bring us nearer to the ever-urgent goal of godliness. This book is one of those tools. Growing in Grace presents thirteen essays to assist in your pursuit of godliness.
Table of Contents:
1. Why Spiritual Growth is Important—Stephen Myers
2. Growing in Grace through the Psalms—Rhett Dodson
3. Growing in the Fear of the LORD—Daniel Timmer
4. Growing in Repentance and Faith (James 4:6–10)—Joseph Pipa
5. The Holy Spirit as the Author of Sanctification (1 Peter 2:1–3)—Tom Nettles
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In this grab bag, we have 10 assorted e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.