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How God Works by Marshall Brain
Uses a scientific approach to answer the question of whether God exists, and examines the thinking processes and techniques that help inform a person's faith.
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The Promise by Robert J. Morgan
Best-selling author Robert J. Morgan applies the remarkable implications of Romans 8:28 and other related Bible verses to real-life stories of hope overcoming heartache in The Promise.
Did God Do That by Kirk A. Macbeth
This story is of a journey and how that journey has led to the discovery of God in unusual places and remarkable circumstances. The documentation of touched lives by a God seen only in the rear view mirror of our existence and the realization that with patience and faith He is real, alive and working for all who call on and follow Him.
God Had His Hands On My Life by Stephanie Redd
After many years of physical and spiritual deprivation, Stephanie Redd Johnson, acknowledged the call on her life from her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It was 1988. Later, she demonstrated her acceptance of this calling through water baptism, in accordance to Acts 2:38. Stephanie is actively thanking God for one of many miracles experienced in her life, the fruit of which was the gift of healing. She was miraculously healed completely of the lung disease known as Sarcoidosis after negative prognosis from physicians who pronounced blindness, impending lesions all over her body and later, dependence on an oxygen machine and death then would follow. She however refused to give up hope, after seeing the length to which the enemy would go to try to snuff out her life and abort the future, which was ahead of her. Armed with a never-fail attitude and the will to prove the doctors and other naysayers wrong, she began standing on The Word in Isaiah 53:1-5, which says, Who hath believed our report? Touching and agreeing with a powerful women of God taught her how to stand upon Gods Truth declaring I cannot die because I have a work to do, especially after being told what she would be doing by the Spirit of God. This confirmed the gift which was already within her and in which she naturally walks in, the Prophetic Healing ministry. As time would pass, she would come into a fuller knowledge of God in 1999, with impartation of what God was calling her to, line upon line and percept upon percept, calling her into full time ministry with the gift of teaching through demonstrating power.
God At Work by Gene Edward Veith Jr.
Work can be a daily grind—a hard, monotonous set of thankless tasks. In the midst of the ongoing toil, many are plagued by a lack of purpose, confused as to what to do and who to become. And while some of our vocations may seem more overtly meaningful than others’, the truth is that most of us work because we have to. It is a means to an end—survival. Given the enormous amount of time each of us spends working, we would do well to understand our callings and how God works through them. Here culture expert Gene Veith gives us more than a simple understanding of work—more than a catchy slogan to “do all things for the glory of God.” He outlines a spiritual framework for answering questions such as: What does it mean to be a Christian businessperson or a Christian artist or a Christian lawyer, scientist, construction worker or whatever? How can I know what I am supposed to do with my life? What does it mean to raise a Christian family? And what if I don’t have kids? Unpacking the Bible’s teaching on work, Veith helps us to see the meaning in our vocations, the force behind our ethics, and the transformative presence of God in our everyday, ordinary lives.
God Works Through Me by Mary Lee Carthen
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The Brightest Mirror Of God S Works by Nico Vorster
John Calvin's perspectives on the nature, calling, and destiny of the human being is scattered all over his extensive corpus of writings. This book attempts to provide an accurate account of the main theological motifs that governed Calvin's doctrine on the human being, while keeping in mind variable factors such as the historical development of Calvin's thought, the pastoral and often unsystematic orientation of his theology, and the formative impact doctrinal controversies had on his thoughts. The contribution focuses specifically on Calvin's understanding of the created structure of the human being, her sinful nature, the human being's union with Christ, the limits of human reason, the anthropological roots of human society and gender. The primary aim is to make the original Calvin speak. But the contribution also addresses some of the most recent debates on Calvin's theology and identifies those impulses in his theological anthropology that bear potential for modern reflections on human existence. Like most of us, Calvin was a child of his time. However, his intellectual legacy endures and readers may well find his thoughts on the human being surprisingly refreshing and stimulating for modern anthropological and social discourses.
When Teens Pray by Cheri Fuller
When Teens Pray richly demonstrates how God has intervened as teenagers have sought Him. Each chapter features true-life stories of the power of teens' prayers as they intercede for their high schools, families, and friends; as they pray on the mission field; and as they deal with the struggles of adolescence. "God links" -- dynamic prayer strategies supplied throughout the book -- help the reader connect with God. These amazing stories demonstrate that teenagers don't have to finish college or go to seminary for God to use them; they can impact their world and see their own lives changed as they pray -- wherever they are!
Afraid God Works Afraid He Doesn T by Terry Rush
Many Christians find themselves torn between faith and fear. They want God to work but are afraid that if He does, they will lose control and too many things will change. This insightful book offers hope that God does work in our lives and challenges readers to replace fear with faith.