James Riddle | Publishing House: Harrison House Publishers
You are about to embark on a faith journey that will change your life forever. Understanding and practicing the processes of faith can have a greater impact on your life than any endeavor you choose to undertake.
Favorable comments from ministers who serve in many different types of churches suggest that the Pastor’s Annual provides valuable assistance to many busy pastors as they seek to improve the quality, freshness, and variety of their pulpit ministry.
In true Spurgeon style, each aspect dealt with in these pages will challenge, enlighten, and grow you into what he called, “the art of prayer.” Rarely do readers come away from one of Spurgeon’s books without some new form of knowledge.
This sourcebook is designed to lie alongside all your other tools of word studies, exegesis, commentaries, analytical thought, and prayer that goes into the fully developed, prayed-over, and well-crafted sermon.
In "Encountering the Goodness of God: 90 Daily Devotions", readers embark on a transformative journey of discovering and experiencing the profound goodness of God. Through these 90 daily devotions, Johnson invites individuals to encounter the life-changing power and presence of God, drawing them closer to His infinite love and grace.
Evening by Evening is a devotional book by Charles Spurgeon, a prominent 19th-century Baptist preacher and writer. This book is a collection of 365 daily readings, each designed to encourage and inspire readers in their daily walk with God.
365 Days of Healing: Powerful Devotions and Prayers To Help You Recover and Keep You Well. Read it over and over. Meditate on its truth until it’s planted down in your spirit. Throughout the day, release your faith by saying the confession at the end of each devotion out loud.
Proverbs is a very different book. It calls us to study, to think, to learn the practical discipline of centering all our thoughts and actions on God. Indeed, one of the main messages of Proverbs is—you’ve never really thought enough about anything.
This devotional is an “open Bible devotional”—that is, you will need to keep your Bible open, on your lap or on your screen, as you use these studies. You’ll be asked questions that bring you to examine and think hard about the text.
By saying “God is love,” the apostle is making a very strong statement about the character and the essence of God. It is God’s very nature to love—love permeates who He is. This statement, “God is love,” is so profound that no less than Augustine saw it as an important evidence for the doctrine of the Trinity.
The Old Testament story of the encounter between the armies of Israel and the Philistines were the resultant effect of incursion of the forces of Philistines that had waged war into the territory of Israel.
The Psalmist gives an account the tranquility and calmness of people whose lives are governed by the Word of God and the principle of His love. These are the people who make the Word of God their rule, and their lives are ruled by His Word. They feel relaxed in life and have composure.
One of our greatest needs is to know that we are loved. Each one of us has to feel certain, deep down in our hearts, that someone loves us, cares for us, and has our best interest at heart. That is how God designed us.