A Cross In The Heart Of God

Author: Samuel Wells
Editor: Canterbury Press
ISBN: 1786222930
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The Canterbury Press Lent book for 2021 focuses on the significance of the story at the very centre of Christianity: the crucifixion. Samuel Wells writes as a theologian and pastor to explore the cross in the purposes of God and how this act brings about salvation. Three sections, each with six short chapters, explore the cross in: - the Old Testament (Covenant, Test, Passover, Atonement, Servant, Sacrifice) - the Epistles (Forgiveness, Obedience, Foolishness, Example, Reconciliation, Boast) - the Gospels (Finished, Judged, Betrayed, Pierced, Forsaken, Mocked) Written with characteristic clarity and wearing its considerable learning lightly, A Cross at the Heart of God will give readers a comprehensive understanding of the story at the heart of scripture, the central event in history and a core tenet of the Christian faith. A study guide with questions and prayers makes this ideal for Lent groups as well as individual reading.

The Heart Of The Cross

Author: James Montgomery Boice
Editor: Crossway Books
ISBN: 9781581340396
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These 21 devotional readings probe the events surrounding Calvary--especially Jesus' words from the cross--to give a richer understanding of the amazing love that drove Jesus there.

God Is Faithful

Author: David Wilkerson
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 0800795350
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Draw closer to the Father heart of God with these 365 inspiring devotional thoughts from the beloved, bestselling author of The Cross and the Switchblade.

Prayer 101

Author: Warren W. Wiersbe
Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 9780781441896
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Let Prayer 101 bring your prayer life to a new level—it will give you the confidence you need to pour out your heart to God like never before.

Desiring God S Will

Author: David G. Benner
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830846131
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How do we become both willing and able to do what God asks of us? In this expanded edition of a spiritual formation classic, psychologist and spiritual director David G. Benner explores the transformation of the will in Christian spirituality, examining why our desires are disordered and how we can align our hearts with God's.

A Living Faith For Today

Author: Ernest Gordon
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God Is Love

Author: Anthony Kelly
Editor: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 0814680437
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"God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him" (1 John 4:16). In this famous passage, St. John expresses the heart of the Christian faith and the essence of the Christian image of God. In the same verse, he also offers a kind of summary of the Christian life: "We have come to know and to believe in the love God has for us." In God Is Love, Anthony Kelly, CSSR, takes this phrase as a concise and profound expression and unpacks it for thinking Christians today. He explores seven ideas that are necessarily implied in the love that God is-the Trinitarian terms, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; the cross and resurrection as events within the paschal mystery; the church as the revelation of God's love being worked out in history; and finally, the ultimate hope for eternal life and heaven itself.

Month Of The Sacred Heart 3 Novenas And A Triduum Transl

Author: Alexis Lefebvre
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Near To The Heart Of God

Author: Bernard Bangley
Editor: Harold Shaw Pub
ISBN: 9780877888246
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Contemporary Thoughts from Classic Writers Draw nearer to God’s mystery, his love, his creation through these readings for every day. Draw closer to him in your daily struggles, just as Christians have done for centuries. Bernard Bangley pulls from ancient Christian writings to offer precious nuggets of insight in modern language. Learn how Richard Baxter, Bernard of Clairveaux, Gertrude of Helfta, John of the Cross, Catherine Parr, William Tyndale, and over forty other great Christians drew near to God.

Cringle And Cross Tree Or The Sea Swashes Of A Sailor

Author: Oliver Optic
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Visits To The Most Holy Sacrament And To The Blessed Virgin For Every Day In The Month Aspirations Of Love To Jesus In The Most Holy Sacrament Aspirations Of Divine Love To Which Are Added Prayers To The Blessed Virgin For Every Day In The Week And Other Devotions Tr From The Ital Of St Alfonsus Liguori And Others Revised By A Catholic Clergyman

Author: Alfonso Maria de' Liguori (st.)
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A Window Into The Heart Of God

Author: Martin Davis
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530434084
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"The cross of Christ is the ultimate demonstration of God's unfailing love for humanity. To know that "God is love," we need only look at Jesus on the cross, for in that act, Jesus, who is "of one being with the Father," reveals the heart of God. According to the great Scottish theologian, T. F. Torrance, the cross is a "window into the innermost heart of God," wherein we see the exact nature of God's love for the whole world. In giving himself for us on the cross, God proves that he loves us more than he loves himself (from "A Window into the Heart of God"). Across the globe, there is an awakening to the reality of God's love for all humanity, as revealed in Jesus Christ. Happily, more and more writers today are bringing the good news to a world in profound need of hearing the joyful message that animated the early Christians and empowered them to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ all over the known world. "A Window into the Heart of God" is the first booklet in the author's "Good News Series." In this series of short works, the author joins the many writers today who are finally "putting the good news back into the Gospel!"

The Wounded Heart Of God

Author: Andrew Sung Park
Editor: Abingdon Press
ISBN:
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Park asserts that one cannot grasp the full meaning of the sin and guilt of sinners until one has looked at the Korean concept of han--the relational consequence of sin--and shame of their victims. To reconcile with God and with other humans, one's sin must be repented, guilt must be forgiven, the han of those who have been wronged must be healed, and the shame which results from that wrong must be erased.

Lessons At The Cross

Author: Samuel Hopkins
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After God S Own Heart

Author: Mike Bickle
Editor: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1599795302
File Size: 23,62 MB
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Focusing on the life of King David, the author of "Growing in the Prophetic" explains how to become a student of God's emotions and experience being energized by the Holy Spirit to a life of deep obedience and mature love.

The 40 Day Challenge

Author: LaWanda Nall
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ISBN: 9781735162652
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This book "The 40-Day Challenge" was developed by LaWanda Nall over years of work on foreign mission fields and in churches across America. As Ms. Nall began working on lessons to help young Christian become rooted in their faith, she never dreamed that her faith would be challenged to the limit. Ms. Nall was accused of a crime that she did not commit and spent time in federal prison, where she took these lessons she had designed and taught inmates about how to have a successful relationship with God.Ms. Nall called this group of lessons she shared with the inmates the "40-day challenge!" There were 40 lessons and each one built on the previous one. She challenged the inmates and correctional officers to give God 40 days to either prove himself or they could walk away. She promised them that if they gave God a chance, they would be shocked at what he would do for them. If God did not show up for them, she would never ask them again to have faith in God.Regardless of whether you are incarcerated or free, you need to read this book! Challenge God to meet you these 40 days and show you how much he loves you and how awesome he can be when you give him control in your life. What do you have to lose-thirty minutes a day as you work through this book! This book has been used in courses inside state and federal prisons across America. At the time of publication of this second edition, over 60,000 inmates have completed life skills courses that utilized this book as a textbook.If you read the first edition, you want to read this second edition. Lots of new information and stories have been added, including new content that will make this book relevant for the 2020 to 2030 generation of souls searching for freedom and victory in their lives!

The Complete Poetical Works Of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poet Laureate

Author: Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson
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This work covers the complete works of Alfred Lord Tennyson, who served as Poet Laureate of Great Britain and Ireland from 1850 to 1892 and is considered one of the most popular English poets.