Author: Faith Walker JournalsPublish On: 2019-03-09
This One-of-a-Kind Journal is finished with a brightly colored, matte paperback cover with a beautiful scripture quote.
Author: Faith Walker Journals
Publisher: Independently Published
This One-of-a-Kind Journal is finished with a brightly colored, matte paperback cover with a beautiful scripture quote. At 6 x 9" This Journal is the perfect size for Backpacks, Bedside Table, Traveling, Summer Camp, or even as a Personal Daily Diary. This Prayer Journal also makes a Perfect Gift for Almost any Occasion Including: Graduation Birthdays First Communion Thank You Gifts Achievement and Excellency Awards Gifts from Teachers To Students Easter Gifts Christmas Gifts or Stocking Stuffers
This notebook has 110 pages of journal styled line ruled pages and is at 6 x 9 in size fits nicely inside your Bible cover.
Author: Faith Nourishment
Publisher: Independently Published
This notebook has 110 pages of journal styled line ruled pages and is at 6 x 9 in size fits nicely inside your Bible cover. Strong and sturdy and at a size which is the perfect balance between being large enough to write in and being compact enough to make it easily portable. This cover features an inspiration Bible quote and the journal can be used as a writing journal, note taking, to do lists, sermon notes, prayer journal or in any way you wish. Finally the professional matte finish provides that extra nice feel to the notebook when you get it in your hands.
Stanley continued, undisturbed, “The most wellknown verse in the Bible is John 3
:16: 'For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that
whosoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.' So God's gift of ...
Author: Steven H. Propp
According to Christian doctrine, what happens to those who have died? While traditionally it has been said that one group of people spends eternity in heavenly happiness while another group experiences conscious, unending torment in hell, there are other Christians who believe in alternativesthat hell is simply a separation from God, that the lost are simply annihilated and not subject to torment, or that actually, in the end, all will be reconciled to God and live in heavenly glory. The Gift of God Is Eternal Life explores a five-century journey that traces the development and dispersal of the doctrines of universalism and conditional immorality in a compelling narrative collection of short stories. Beginning from when these doctrines were merely whispered about or published anonymously to the days when traveling evangelists preached them in the new and growing American republic, these engaging vignettes show how this once intense debate between Christians has evolved into modern times where such ideas can be freely discussedeven in mainstream television and evangelism. Do infants who die prior to an age of accountability receive salvation, and are those who have never heard the Christian message simply doomed? What about loved ones who die without having embraced the Christian gospelor those who believe in less-traditional Christian dogmas and institutions? The Gift of God Is Eternal Life can help both believers and nonbelievers understand the implications of these theological perspectivesnot just in an afterlife, but in their own lives here and now.
This book is about the manifold wisdom of God and His intent for the creation of man.
Author: Kazeem O Okosun
This book is about the manifold wisdom of God and His intent for the creation of man. Was the eating of the fruit from the tree of good and evil to the advantage of man? Considering that all things come together for good for them that love God, how did this event help man against the devil's plan? These are the questions that will be addressed in this book. In order to align ourselves to the will of God and to fulfilling His purpose, we need to know why God created the earth, what His purpose was and His intention. Remember, Christ said "I have come to do thy will oh God", and "let thy will be done on earth at it is in heaven." In the same way, we need to do the will of God. Also, Jesus said if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, it is enough to do great things! (Luke 17:6, Matthew 17:20). Jesus in this scripture is simply saying if you assess a situation and you think that you only see 1% chance of success (as small as a grain of mustard seed), but you choose to believe that tiny 1% chance, ignoring the 99% odds that is against you succeeding, this is what faith is about. Elijah prayed for rain and the only evidence he saw was a small cloud but he concluded that God had answered his prayers. Then, there was a heavy outpouring of rain. The problem is we want to see a perfect or 99% chance of success before taking actions. We want to see the sky covered with great clouds before we believe that rain will fall. You must be convinced beyond any reasonable doubts that 1% chance of success is enough to deliver to you your desired success. Most often God wants to work with the 1% chance of success if you only believe. This is what God did through Gideon with 1% strength by reducing his army from 32, 000 to 300 men.
"" If the gift is eternal life through Christ, what is the key that unlocks the gift? A personal relationship with God (through Jesus Christ) is the key that unlocks the gift of eternal life through salvation.
Author: Jason Cook
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Key That Unlocks the Gift is a chronicled journey, not about what was lost, but what was found. What does it profit a man to gain the world but lose his soul? God has blessed us with life and wishes that we live abundantly. He blesses us with relationships, jobs, and finances; many times those things become our idols and our gods. Many times, when we began to worship the created thing more than the Creator, God will reposition those things away from us to get our focus back on Him. In a time of seeming loss, it is important to remember that God sent His Son, Jesus, to die so that we might have eternal life (the eternal gain). Romans 6:23 says, "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." If the gift is eternal life through Christ, what is the key that unlocks the gift? A personal relationship with God (through Jesus Christ) is the key that unlocks the gift of eternal life through salvation. And our relationship with people and how we relate to the things that He blessed us with is a reflection of our relationship with God. God values your soul more than any person or possession He will bless you with. God will never take anything from you without a plan to bless you with more in this lifetime. So, here's my journey of seemingly losing what I treasured the most, only to find a greater treasure that would change my life and all my relationships completely forever.
In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind.
Author: SAMUEL. CHANDLER
Publisher: Gale Ecco, Print Editions
The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind. Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars. The Age of Enlightenment profoundly enriched religious and philosophical understanding and continues to influence present-day thinking. Works collected here include masterpieces by David Hume, Immanuel Kant, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, as well as religious sermons and moral debates on the issues of the day, such as the slave trade. The Age of Reason saw conflict between Protestantism and Catholicism transformed into one between faith and logic -- a debate that continues in the twenty-first century. ++++ The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++ British Library T054272 Pp.65-70 misnumbered 57-62. With a final advertisement leaf. London: printed for J. Noon, 1741. 62[i.e.70], p.; 8°
He bestows no less upon any of his people ; and it is the greatest gift that can be
bestowed. Dr. Gill on this passage remarks — " These words, at first sight, look as
if the sense of them was, that eternal life is the gift of God through Christ, which ...
These stories will help Christians comprehend and treasure the assurance of their salvation and will help non-Christians realize and embrace the gift of abundant, eternal life in Jesus Christ.
Author: Max Lucado
The Gift for All People is a celebration of God's gift of salvation wrapped in a collection of inspirational stories. These stories will help Christians comprehend and treasure the assurance of their salvation and will help non-Christians realize and embrace the gift of abundant, eternal life in Jesus Christ. The concluding story, written especially for this book, urges readers to give their lives to Jesus Christ and shows them how to do so. This book will provide Christians with a unique, warm, and attractive presentation of the gospel to give to non-Christian family or friends. More than anything, God wants you to be with Him. The God who designed your world, the God who placed you on the planet, simply wants you home with Him. And to bring you home, He offers you a gift...the gift of eternal salvation. My prayer is that through the pages of this book you'll see his gift like you've never seen it. If you've already accepted it, you'll thank Him again. And if you've never accepted it, I pray that you will. For it's the gift of a lifetime. A gift for all people.
But whatever Grace and Salvation is in CHRIST for Sinners , or was merited for
them by him , yet many even of those to whom He came in Perfon , and to whom
He comes in the Gospel preach'd have not Eternal Life . Is this Gift a meer Offer ,
Immutability is what grounds the gift of eternal life, which we receive by faith. So
Thomas states: 'Some, again, share more fully than others in the nature of eternity
, inasmuch as they possess unchangeableness either in being or further still in ...
Author: Philip G. Ziegler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
How ought Christian faith and theology understand the concept of human immortality today? And what, if anything, might be distinctively Christian about such a concept? The contributors to this volume explore how our thinking about the prospect of human immortality is decisively determined by what we receive of the limitless life of the triune God of the gospel, and how our understanding of immortality is made concrete by the Christian hope in 'the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting'. Debates about how best to understand the eternal life of God are directly significant to how we can imagine the promise of eternal life. While immortality is generally conceived to be a future qualification of human reality, theological approaches to the question of personal immortality must investigate the difference that the hope and promise of such eternal life makes in the living of present-day spiritual life as well as in our common moral and political existence. To understand immortality as an eschatological gift of God requires that we take account of it as a formative factor at the foundations of the Christian life.
The. Gift. of. Eternal. Life. Eternal. life is a wonderful gift God has given you. You
can't pay for it or earn it. Eternal life is a free gift because He loves you with an
everlasting love and wants the very best for you. Live each moment in His
Author: Jack Countryman
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
God’s Word is the greatest gift any mother could receive. God’s Gift for Mothers is filled with God’s wisdom, promises, and instructions to guide and encourage mothers in their everyday lives. The Bible is rich with descriptions and stories of godly mothers, and in God’s Gift for Mothers bestselling author Jack Countryman walks you through 89 different ways that God blesses and cares for mothers. Dig deeper into the most influential mothers in the Bible, from Hannah to Ruth to Mary, and pray the same prayers these women whispered in their moments of need. Mediate on the Scripture verses, and inspire your heart as you delve into the promises God has made just for you. With a beautiful, modern design, timeless content, and the words of the New King James Version, God’s Gift for Mothers is a classic in the making. This book will bring joy and peace to your heart and would also make a perfect gift for birthdays, holidays, Mother’s Day, and as a “just because!” gift to share with the special mothers in your life. God delights in mothers. He promises to walk alongside His daughters as they raise future generations to know His name. Lean in closer to hear His promises and the rich blessings that He offers in God’s Gift for Mothers.
December 17 The Way, the Truth, and the Life John 14:6 “I am the way, the truth,
and the life!” Jesus answered. “Without me no one can go to the Father.”
Personal Note: The only way to eternal life is through Jesus. He endured a lot so
that our ...
Author: L. A. Lewis
This book is a year's worth of inspirational readings that's guaranteed to uplife and inspire. Be careful because your life will never be the same again. You'll learn to expect God's goodness and mercy to rain down on you. Positive thoughts and words will fill your life as you learn to let go of all negativity. Each day brings you one step closer to living your life of abundance.
This is what predestination is all about. Following God's predestination according
to his good will and pleasure, what comes next is its effect, namely grace, which
is the gift of eternal life bestowed on some people, in the course of the unfolding ...
Author: Guido Stucco
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Guido Stucco holds a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Sait Louis University. He is currently working on a book documenting the developments in the doctrine of predestination, from the Council of Trent to the Jansenist controversy.
Works by JOHN MʻLEOD CAMPBELL : THE NATURE OF THE ATONEMENT
AND ITS RELATION TO REMISSION OF SINS AND ETERNAL LIFE . Fourth and
Cheaper Edition . Crown 8vo . 6s . " Among the first theological treatises of this ...
in this present life , the one of these forms of the new life , conferred by CHRIST ,
he has the other also , certainly ... which gift is everywhere spoken of in the
Scriptures as the gift of Eternal Life : but when the Apostle attempts to show us