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What Does the Cross Mean to You? A Twenty-One Day Journey to Wholeness is author Corville Peters’ invitation to embark on a path of discovery. Each day you will explore a benefit and/or blessing available to you at the Cross and learn how to release your faith for its application and reflection in your life. Corville guides you every step of the way as you discover new ways to experience the power of the Cross of Jesus Christ and reach a new consciousness.
You need not go another day feeling defeated by your circumstances. You’ll no longer question whether you are living your faith optimally. You will feel it. What Does the Cross Mean to You? A Twenty-One Day Journey to Wholeness brings you to personal victory in the finished work of the Cross. Take the challenge and experience the power of the Cross released in your life.
God has the answers to all our problems and is always true to his word. But He never put a time frame on it. He is never in a hurry! There is nothing we can do to speed him up, nor help him out. We must wait! Pain and suffering teach us not only to wait on God but to trust his timing. Trusting His timing helps to solidify our faith and enhance our spiritual progression.
Just when things look hopeless, and the future looks uninviting, God will show up and show his powers. God is in full control. Waiting on God requires faith and a whole lot of patience. Don’t become weary in well doing for God has promised to reward those who wait on him.
From Tribulations to Restoration is an inspiring spiritual handbook that is designed to help believers face difficulties faithfully. The author, Debra Sanders Clark, encourages readers to trust God’s Word and provision to get through life’s most difficult moments. After reading this book, readers will be able to:
-evaluate their lives and their relationship with Christ
-understand God’s unconditional love, His faithfulness and His promises
-become empowered, to grow spiritually
During difficult times, we are encouraged to remain faithful and trust God. Because one day soon the waves will subside and suddenly we will find ourselves on the other side of the storm. Then we can shout, “thank you Lord, I made it over, I couldn’t made this journey without you.”
Climb to the top of Mount Sinai with Moses.
Ascend the heights of Mount Hor with Aaron.
Shout from a mountaintop with Isaiah.
Ride on a donkey into a mountain ravine with Deborah.
Compare Biblical mountain ghost towns with Montana mountain ghost towns.
Sit on a mountainside with Jesus and learn about mountain flowers.
Learn about the Maker of heaven and earth through this unique presentation of Rocky Mountain stories and photos placed side by side with Biblical texts.
Meeting God on the Mountain is a series of forty lessons suitable for personal study of the Bible or as a stimulus for group discussion.
Living in the Spirit is very timely and helpful because it addresses issues many are facing today. Readers will learn to be victorious over life circumstances, and disappointments. The author successfully points out things about the Holy Spirit that you may have never heard before.