What Really Counts tackles twenty-two areas of significance-including God, Love, Wisdom, Purpose, Health-and explores what matters most in each of them, answering questions like What are the basic truths? and What is most important?
With introductions, meditations, and directed journaling sections on each topic, readers will embark on an interactive journey to discover not only what really counts, but also what doesn't, further drawing focus to their purposes within the context of God's call for them.
The book of Psalms applies to every facet of life—positive and negative, busy and quiet, joyful and hurting. The words within are always timely, always freeing, and always God-revealing.
Take a fresh look at this beloved book of the Bible with 90 thought-provoking devotions accompanied by questions to ponder. Concise yet deep, each devotion takes just a couple of minutes to read while preparing your heart to engage with eternity and enter into the presence of the Lord.
The psalms are raw...real...relevant. Soak in their profound truths and let God use them to lead you ever onward in your faith walk—deeper and closer to His heart.
Treasure God’s Word, as it is a lamp for our feet and a light on our paths to lead us in a world of darkness.
Scripture Woven Prayers was written to inspire and encourage readers to pray the Scriptures daily over their homes, families, and lives.
In Our Father, Renee Noseworthy discloses the Scriptures that have meant so much to her and shares her personal experience of how they have directed her ongoing path toward wholeness. Each petition of the Lord’s Prayer contains key elements of God’s nature that can guide you along that journey for yourself. Each chapter concludes with some very thought-provoking questions for personal or group study. Those questions are intended to highlight the attributes of God as our heavenly Father and how thoroughly He provides for the needs of those who are willing to trust Him.
Feel free to visit www.reneenoseworthy.com to learn more about Renee’s ongoing journey.