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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Publisher
Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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Published on
Jan 24, 2011
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Pages
96
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ISBN
9781414352435
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Christian Life / Devotional
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The Mariology of the Church cannot be distilled only from statements in the Bible, but has matured through centuries of contemplation of the mystery of the Incarnation in its totality. While the seed is identical to the adult tree, it takes time and experience to prove it is so. The Church's teachings about Mary are the flowers and fruit of the gospel tree. A proper understanding of Mary is the result of a constantly reaffirmed experience of the Gospel to its ultimate consequences.

The Marian dogmas of the Church are guarantors of the unabridged doctrine of the Word become flesh, God made man, and about man's vocation to eternal communion with God. Fr. Stinissen shows how Mariology corrects any attempt to minimize the gospel of God who became man so that man should become like God. As Christ is God-with-man, so Mary is man-with-God, revealing the astonishing truth that God has engaged in intimate communion with man. In a world today that strives in many ways to reduce and humiliate the dignity of man, the Church shows in Mary the infinitely high value of man in the eyes of God, and God's wondrous love and plan for each one of us.

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