Ask others what their purpose in life is. Nearly all will give stock answers. Many think that knowing their life's purpose doesn't matter, that life just happens as a happy or unhappy accident. One thing's sure: if you don't decide your purpose, others will decide for you, at your peril. Read here how others discovered their purpose through challenges, obstacles, revelations, and miracles. Explore and discover your purpose.
Read here, in epic poem form, with thousands of citations from both the Old and New Testaments, of how the life of the Messiah Jesus Christ shaped our moral universe. The poem encourages you to explore the many rich stories that the Bible embeds in the Savior Jesus's greatest-ever life story. Read, and listen for the Holy Spirit.
The New Testament shares the very good news of rescue from death. It does so, however, in prophecy, letters, poems, songs, and parallel histories that challenge the strongest readers. Religious terminology and ancient names, events, and places further complicate the Bible's reading. This book reorganizes the New Testament into a single good-news account, while removing the difficult religious terminology. It also sorts the letters' doctrine into thematic summaries. Both sophisticated and unsophisticated readers may appreciate this straightforward, organized, accessible, and thematic account of the good news of our one great rescuer.
This book of Christian poetry encourage literal and figurative prisoners with the freedom found in Jesus Christ. The poems, each three to four pages in length, address an assortment of common issues we face and burdens we carry day to day, under the constraint of the corrupt world and corrupt flesh in which we live. The poems vary from comforting to humorous to insightful and inspiring.
This book offers fifty letters, one to the churches of each of the fifty United States, in the style of the Pauline letters of the New Testament. The book indirectly explores contemporary cultural issues, as did the apostle Paul's letters, while retaining a timeless perspective. What would Paul have written to the churches of America today? Let this book help you confirm a biblical perspective on local, regional, and national issues affecting churches.
This book collects more than 200 short reflections on spiritual subjects ranging from A to Z. The reflections reveal the scripture's depth, offering epiphanies on many topics. The scriptures reveal God's full and correct way of seeing, experiencing, and engaging the world he so deeply loved that he gave his Son to save it. A stimulating photograph illustrates each of the many sections, which the author arranges in alphabetical order.