The NLT Bible Promise Book for Tough Times

Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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It may surprise you to hear that the Bible promises trouble. As long as we live in a sinful world, tough times will be part of our human experience. Along with the promise that troubles will come, the Bible also promises that there is present help and future hope as we live with pain and adversity. With every trouble there is potential triumph. In every pain we find the very power of God to combat it. In all our suffering we find salvation, both in this life and the next. The NLT Bible Promise Book for Tough Times contains hundreds of promises from Scripture. The book focuses on life-related topics such as suffering, doubt, spiritual warfare, trusting God, worry, and much more.
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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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Jan 24, 2011
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Religion / Christian Life / Devotional
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Saint Augustine of Hippo (354–430) wrote:

In the Catholic Church, there are many other things which most justly keep me in her bosom. The consent of peoples and nations keeps me in the Church; so does her authority, inaugurated by miracles, nourished by hope, enlarged by love, established by age. The succession of priests keeps me, beginning from the very seat of the Apostle Peter, to whom the Lord, after His resurrection, gave it in charge to feed His sheep (Jn 21:15–19), down to the present episcopate.

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Such then in number and importance are the precious ties belonging to the Christian name which keep a believer in the Catholic Church, as it is right they should ... With you, where there is none of these things to attract or keep me... No one shall move me from the faith which binds my mind with ties so many and so strong to the Christian religion... For my part, I should not believe the gospel except as moved by the authority of the Catholic Church. 

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