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Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
If you are a Christian, you have personally experienced the joy of sins forgiven and reconciliation with God. Forgiveness, writes Stanley Gale, “is a divine accomplishment to be savored and offered to others.” Forgiveness is the most basic of Christian graces, yet the topic raises many questions, including these:
Is it biblical to “forgive and forget”?
Why do we need to confess our sins if they are already forgiven?
How do we actually go about forgiving someone?
Does the Bible give a place to forgiving ourselves?
What does life look like after forgiveness?
In ‘Finding Forgiveness’, you will discover practical answers to these questions and many others. With pastoral warmth, the author will help you see how the awe of the gospel dawns anew for those who apply forgiveness and experience the healing of a burdened spirit or broken relationship.
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (July 15-16)
Spiritual warfare is a popular topic, with no shortage of books addressing the subject. However, rather than this important issue being developed from a biblically-founded view, it is often drawn from extra-biblical ideas, with God’s Word brought to the service of human notions. In ‘Warfare Witness’ Stanley Gale sets out to rectify this trend.
Spiritual warfare forms the backdrop against which we understand life, the work of Christ and our work of ministry in the world in which we live. God has not left us without instruction on the subject of the spiritual opposition we face and how we are to wage spiritual warfare. In fact, the Bible is full of the counsel of God to equip us for the task. ‘Warfare Witness’ fixes our attention firmly upon God’s word, enabling us to understand the opposition believers face in reaching others for Christ.
Jesus has won the war as only He could, but there remains a battle taking place, one that involves us. In our spiritual growth we face a foe and it is of great importance that we know what this foe looks like, and how to deal with it. The Lord has not left us to fight this battle alone, and when we look to his word we will find it an immense source of strength, guidance and preparation for the fight.
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Kregel: How Then Should We Choose?: Three Views on God’s Will and Decision Making by Douglas S. Huffman vs. What Are Spiritual Gifts?: Rethinking the Conventional View by Kenneth Berding
Intervarsity Press: Faith That Lasts: A Father and Son on Cultivating Lifelong Belief by Cameron McAllister & Stuart McAllister vs. Does God Exist?: A History of Answers to the Question by W. David Beck
Reformation Heritage: Complete in Him: A Guide to Understanding and Enjoying the Gospel by Michael P. V. Barrett vs. Finding Forgiveness: Discovering the Healing Power of the Gospel by Stanley Gale
Good Book Company: Faith for Life: Inspiration From The Ordinary Heroes Of Hebrews 11 by Richard Coekin vs. A Few Good Men by Richard Coekin
Crossway: Aging with Grace: Flourishing in an Anti-Aging Culture by Sharon W. Betters & Susan Hunt vs. The True Woman: The Beauty and Strength of a Godly Woman by Susan Hunt
The Prayer of Jehoshaphat develops King Jehoshaphat’s prayer in 2 Chronicles 20 to give us focus, stability, strength, courage and direction in times of great distress. In the overwhelming circumstances that enter our lives, it directs us to take hold of the hand of our God who leads us from the point of crisis to gather up His blessings for us deposited by the storm. Each chapter can serve as a workstation where we bring others or linger ourselves with God, wrestling with the perspective brought to bear on our need, as we follow the movement from bleakness to blessing.