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Beside Still Waters by Maria Luisa Fargion
Beside Still Waters by Leonie H Mattison
Find rest, refreshment, and restoration for your soul―21 daily devotionals for women. This delightful 21-Day Devotional Journal offers encouragement and inspiration to help you rest your heart, quiet your soul, and meditate on the refreshing and restorative life-giving Word of Truth. Whether you're an abandoned daughter, an abused teen, a dispirited wife, a battered single parent, or an insecure woman who's feeling emotionally frail; you can liberate your soul from every guilt and shame caused by trauma, calamities, and suffering, Beside Still Waters. Inside Beside Still Waters, you’ll find: Twenty-onedevotionals for women―Daily guidance to inspire you to press into God and His Word as often as you want. Thoughts on Today’s Verse―Hone your focus as you take time to prayerfully read and embrace the Word of God in a practical way. Connect to God through Prayer―Ask God for what you want. Quiet your mind, and when your mind settles down, listen to God’s response to what you’ve requested. Personal Declarations―Embrace and guide yourself to a new result by affirming to allow the manifestation of your request. Remember, the happier you are, the better things will flow. Take Soul Care Actions―Identify the beliefs and habits you want to keep, release, and establish to achieve your vision of success. Time for Self-Reflection―Write down your thoughts in the dedicated space at the end of each devotional. Pause! Take a few minutes every day―or whenever you can―to turn the world off, enjoy rest, refreshment, and restoration, Beside Still Waters. Scroll up and grab your copy Now!! "He offers a resting place for me in his luxurious love. His tracks take me to an oasis of peace, the quiet brook of bliss. That’s where he restores and revives my life. He opens before me pathways to God’s pleasure and leads me along in his footsteps of righteousness so that I can bring honor to his name (Psalm 23:2-3 TPT)".
Beside Still Waters by Harold Kasimow
A compelling question for people of faith today is how to remain committed to one's own religious tradition while being open to the beauty and truth of other religions. Many who have broadened their experience profess to have developed a deeper understanding of and a deeper commitment to their tradition of origin. This is what makes Beside Still Waters such a new and meaningful contribution. Rather than offering research or lectures, this book takes a deeply personal approach, allowing the reader to delve into the individual experiences of fourteen Jews and Christians whose encounters with Buddhism have truly impacted their sense of religious identity. Beside Still Waters upholds this point by way of the diverse and eloquent authors who lend their perspective in its pages. These include Sylvia Boorstein, John B. Cobb, Norman Fischer, Ruben Habito, and other important members of the Jewish, Christian, and scholarly communities, as well as a foreword by Jack Miles, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of God: A Biography. Their anecdotes and interviews collected here amount to an unprecedented and enduring work, sure to deepen our ability to understand each other, and ourselves.
Beside Still Waters by Betty Radford Turcott
An important collection of meditations and worship elements for individual or group use. Themes range from peace to prayer, and include seasonal topics. Hymn, scripture, and topic indexes are included.
Beside Still Waters by Tricia Goyer
Despite initial presumptions, a young Amish woman’s reluctant move across the country with her family to escape Englisch influences results not in lost love but deep spiritual discoveries.
Beside Still Waters by William Mackay
Beside Still Waters by Gregg Easterbrook
"Fascinating, elegant . . . [Easterbrook] invests the timeless question of life's meaning with distinctly contemporary pertinence."--George Will, Newsweek Yes, says Gregg Easterbrook in this provocative and probing new book. In the tradition of Jack Miles's God A Biography and the work of Karen Armstrong, Beside Still Waters ponders the question "Is there anything left to believe in?" Gregg Easterbrook persuasively argues that rationality and outright doubt are inevitable and indeed vital elements of spiritual faith. Other new and important ideas about spiritual thought include the challenging observation that the Bible never actually proclaims God omnipotent -- a concept, Easterbrook suggests, that arose through the sociology and politics of religion, nor Scripture. Bucking the current trend to undermine the Bible's historical value, he affirms that it is neither simple myth nor mere literature, but rather it records many genuine events that can be seen to chart a spiritual journey not only of man but also of God. A thought-provoking book for anyone who believes that true faith can and should accommodate sincere doubt, Beside Still Waters addresses some of the central spiritual issues of a profoundly skeptical age.
He Leads Me Beside Still Waters by Jennifer Kennedy Dean
An interactive devotional book witten by Jennifer Kennedy Dean. Leads the reader through forty days of discovering how to live with the soul at rest.
Beside Still Waters by Tracey V. Bateman
When evil leaves her destroyed, Eva Riley will never be the same. Eva's friendship with Jonesy must end. Even if he did feel more than friendship for her, knowledge of her soiled present and tragic future would turn his love sour. Pushing him away is as much for his good as her own. Ben "Jonesy" Jones is only hanging around Oregon long enough to help bring in his father's crop; then it's back to Texas to tend the ranchland he loves. That was the plan, until a spirited young lady became part of his dreams. Now, he'll stop at nothing to prove his affections and make her his bride. Can romance and restoration be found beside the still waters of God's relentless love?
Beside Still Water by Laurel Mouritsen
Jessica Scott of Illinois is waylaid in the 1870s among the Mormons in Utah while on a railroad trip to California. Alone and seeking assistance from her relatives, whose religious beliefs she abhors, nineteen-year-old Jessica gets more than she bargained for in the person of her cousin of the same age, Ethan Kade, as they struggle to overcome their differences and face perils together at the Running W Ranch.