Who Was Jesus, Really? Book One (Ebook)
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Who Is Jesus, Really? Book One is an introduction to the life of our Lord Jesus for young people. The first in a trilogy, Book One chronicles in an unpretentious way Jesus’ miraculous entrance into the realm of Earth, his childhood, his growth, and his teachings. Children expand on what they learn in church and school, seeing how Jesus’ everyday life was not so different from their own. Jesus is our role model, and each story in this book gives children a lesson to hold on to and teaches them what they need to do to become not just readers, but doers, of the Word.
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What Science and the Bible Say about Climate ChangeIs global warming really happening? Is such a thing even possible? What does science say – and what about the Bible? And if it is happening, what should we do about it?In this thoughtful analysis, we take a look at the evidence presented by scientists and the scriptures, from the chemistry behind greenhouse gases to the Biblical account of the creation of the Earth, to help readers understand the differences between the two narratives and learn what the Bible really says about mankind’s responsibility to the Earth.It’s a must-read for anyone who’s affected by possible climate change and the responsibilities set upon mankind by God – which is to say, all of us.
Books 1, 2, 3 (Boxset - Special Edition)Shop At AmazonWho Is Jesus, Really? Book One chronicles in an unpretentious way Jesus’ miraculous entrance into the realm of earth, his childhood, his growth, and his teachings. Children expand on what they learn in church and school, seeing how Jesus’ everyday life was not so different from their own. Who Is Jesus, Really? Book Two takes us further into deeper teachings and the works of Jesus, reveals Jesus as the healer in a world filled with sickness and disease, and how it is a faith booster for you to claim your healing in Jesus’ name. Who Is Jesus, Really? Book Three focuses on God’s love for and forgiveness of us, his children. Jesus modeled how he wants us to respond to people in need, showing God's love for you and your responsibility toward him.
Shop At AmazonCompassion is defined as having the ability to “suffer with” someone; it goes beyond sympathy and empathy to a place where one can almost experience others’ pain and, as such, can determine how best to alleviate it. The Pinnacle of Compassion presents ten stories from the New Testament and how they zero in on the bottomless well of Christ’s compassion, setting the example of how we, too, can tap into our own wells to help heal a world that sometimes seems to be drowning in anguish and sorrow. Through careful analysis and discussion of each tale, the reader is reminded that every living being—regardless of faith, gender, race, political affiliation or orientation—deserves the kind of true compassion that Christ offered to all he encountered.
Shop At AmazonGuias de estudio biblicoBiblia: Gigantes de Fe revela cómo personas “ordinarias” en la Biblia, aprovecharon la oportunidad de mover las manos de Dios para realizar milagros en sus vidas. Dios no solo tiene poder ilimitado para hacer que las cosas sucedan, sino que las personas clasificadas como “común” también pueden romper el récord mundial con su fe. ¡Estate seguro que leer sobre grandes hombres y mujeres de la Biblia en este libro te motivará a poner tu fe en práctica y a mover las manos de Dios para realizar sus maravillas en tu vida! Al final, verás que Dios no necesita todas sus lujosas credenciales para realizar sus milagros; él solo necesita tu fe y acciones. ¡Esto es MÁS que solo un libro!¡Estás listo para un desafío de fe con este libro a mano!
Shop At AmazonA sweeping and poetic telling of the poignant biblical stories of how the Israelites came to be under the yoke of the Egyptians and how they were freed from slavery by Moses. In a script-like format that can be read aloud in groups, The Ancient Houses of Egypt presents the tales of two central Old Testament characters. First, we weave the story of Joseph, with his many-colored coat, his brothers’ treachery and his bondage and ascension to glory. Then, we move to the saga of Moses, with his mother’s sacrifice, his rise to power, his struggle with and acceptance of his lineage and the deliverance of his people. This retelling reworks these familiar stories to focus on Joseph and Moses’ devotion, faith and obedience to God in the face of scorn, mockery and threat of death; their steadfast belief and willingness to obey brought God to their people and their people to freedom and prosperity.