“While there is a tendency to think that escaping trials will be the beginning of praise and joy, the Bible suggests that praise and joy can occur in the midst of pain and suffering.”
In Why Me?: Reasoning with God’s Sovereignty in the Midst of Suffering, author Kenny Moore uses the study of Joseph’s life to seek to understand his own circumstances out of his control, and he uses Joseph’s story to teach the reader how he fights through feelings of isolation, learns to trust God, and works through his own battle with cerebral palsy.Why Me? shares Moore’s journey from anger to gratefulness, the struggles and blessings along the way, and seeks to:
help readers identify obstacles that need to be conquered,
reveals how convictions help triumph over temptations,
offers insight between grace, forgiveness, and restoration,
teaches readers to embrace truths and enjoy peace, and
encourages readers to worship and thank God passionately even in the midst of trouble.
Why Me? provides inspiration that life does not need to be perfect in order to have peace.
Learn to experience joy and peace now!
Hope for the Broken
From beloved author, storyteller, and prayer warrior Mary DeMuth, comes a heartfelt devotional combining stories, Scripture, and prayers to reveal God’s heart for broken and healing people.
Whatever your circumstance, Healing Every Day asks only that you come right where you are to begin a 90-day journey of restoration through the Bible to a healthier, more whole you. As you read Scripture from Genesis to Revelation, and as you allow these devotions to penetrate your heart, you will gain new insights into your past trauma and your hoped-for relief for your present and future joy.
Every day as you say yes to Mary’s question Mind if I pray for you, you will discover the God who loves you fiercely—right now. He longs to heal your hurting soul. He loves you. He is for you. And He’s waiting to meet you in all your broken places.
Share Your Heart with the One Who Keeps It
Trying to juggle all your worries and burdens alone? As the challenges of everyday life threaten to continually distract you, your conversations with God can start to feel threadbare—too rushed to touch on the real issues that crowd your heart.
Rediscover your compassionate Savior with this collection of daily heart-provoking prayers and accompanying Scriptures from author and speaker Mary DeMuth. Each reading will awaken your tired soul, prompt new ways to encounter Jesus, and inaugurate the kind of authentic conversation you’ve always yearned to have with Him.
Allow these daily prayers to release your hopes, worries, desires, and uncertainties to your Savior and find needed restoration and peace in His relentless grace. As you approach Jesus with a humble and honest spirit, you will discover how His mercy can absolutely change your life—today and every day.
In this grab bag we have 32 non-fiction e-books from Zondervan. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
The premise of this book is that aliens are evil spirits, the fallen angels of the Devil. God created animals, man, and angels, but no little green men from Mars. But both the angels of God (elect angels) and the angels of the Devil (devils), with their superior abilities, if they had not been named angels and evil spirits in the Bible, would be thought of as “aliens.” And there are reasons why people living in the future tribulation will believe angels are aliens, a deception that would work to the Devil’s advantage.
Ancient writers from different countries wrote about beings visiting them from the skies, who were superhuman. Some were called “gods,” “watchers,” or “angels.” I do, however, believe that angels in the Bible are exactly what the Bible says they are—not that the word angel is a code word for alien or that the prophets of the Bible lacked the vocabulary to describe aliens. Again, I am saying that if God had not given us their name, angel, then people would naturally think they were “ancient aliens.”
This book is written with complete reliance on the Bible, and the outline for my story will come from the book of Revelation.
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (Nov 1-2)
Being a Christian leader is a huge privilege. It is also a huge challenge. Paul, a man who knew how tough it could be, wrote a letter to his young friend who was at a crossroads in the ministry, to encourage resilience in the spiritual battle. John Benton looks at what 2 Timothy has to say about finding strength, recovering from discouragement and keep going as a Christian leader.
Words can make a difference in a conversation, in a day, and in life. Fifty-two words are explored in five different devotions each week encouraging the reader to live more fully. This creative approach to daily devotions will renew both the mind and the spirit.
More Than Just Making It is your invitation to reimagine what a good life can be. Join Erin Odom, a mom thrown into a low-income living, to learn how to overcome your circumstances, find creative ways to earn and save, and reset your heart and budget according to God’s designs.
When you’re trapped in a cycle of financial frustration, and you feel like you’ve tried everything only to end up with more month than money yet again, More Than Just Making It is your promise and pathway to thriving again.
Take it from someone who’s been there. Erin Odom grew up in the private schools and neatly manicured lawns of Upper Middle-Class America but was thrown into low-income living during the economic crash. She was a stay-at-home-mom, her husband was supporting the family on a teacher’s salary, and even though they had no debt to their name, they were scrambling to make ends meet. Suddenly Erin found herself standing in line for food stamps, turning down play dates because she couldn’t afford the gas, and ultimately walking into bankruptcy court in the eighth month of her third pregnancy.
More Than Just Making It tells the story of their breaking point, as well as the triumph of their comeback. It took hard work, creativity, and faith in God’s provision to reset their bank account as well as their hearts, but ultimately, they found a new way to thrive and freedom from financial anxiety. You can do the same.
Learn how Erin and her family saved enough money to put $30,000 down on a home, buy a minivan in cash, and begin sending their daughter to a private Christian school. More Than Just Making It will encourage you to rise above your circumstances, empower you with money-saving tips, and reimagine the good life as God designed it outside the myth of the American Dream.