This book outlines the principles that individuals must pay attention to in order to make a wise choice in critical moments when they are faced with a difficult decision. It also exposes common pitfalls that could make situations worse if they are not carefully avoided, like making hasty decisions. When an individual is faced with dilemma, if the person is not strong in the Lord, he or she can easily be blown about by every wind of doctrine, easily deterring one from reaching his goal.
On the Eagles’ Wings can be used as a point of reference by anyone going through difficult times or facing having to make a life-altering decision. This book is written based on biblical facts and references, as well as on true stories shared by Christians who have lived through hard times and have now shared the experiences that helped to ground them in the Lord.
People go through different challenges in life. The most important thing while going through these trials is not so much the challenge itself, but instead how each individual tackles the situation—this is what makes the difference and grants the person victory. As Christians, we know that our faith is rooted in the Lord.
Jesus said, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world gives, give I give unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”
The world and all that goes on within it will drive you nuts without Jesus. This book is written to take you through dissolving every cloud in your life to helping you gain visibility for your highway to blessing.
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.”
Improve your personal relationship with God
Change negative thought patterns
Increase your level of effectiveness in prayer
Break free from the past and embrace the future
The life you have always dreamed of is the one God intends for you to embrace. His desire is for you to have success, triumph, and joy in every area as you walk hand in hand with Him.
You were born to make a difference. What do you plan to do with the gift of life that God has given you?
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.