Reflecting on the content and structure of Jesus’s prayers during his earthly ministry, this book teaches readers why, how, and what to pray.
God has revealed many things about himself in his word. But God's manifold attributes shine most clearly in his Son, Jesus Christ, who came to reveal his Father. Through Christ's saving work on the cross, we are able to know and worship God rightly.
This book aims to help us study and understand the attributes of God so that we delight in and love him with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind. Each chapter explains one attribute, shows how it is most clearly manifested in Christ, and provides practical application for the Christian life.
Olivia Twist a modern take on Olivier Twist but reset between 1972 and 1991 Birmingham and a suburb of Wolverhampton with Oliver now being a girl, Olivia Twist, and Jack Dodger Dawkins being her boyfriend and an adopted name for Smike from Nicholas Nickleby.
The general story has been adapted and modernized from the original Dickens (and a lengthy process) including adapted and modernized extracts from Nicholas Nickleby (Dothhall boys school) and Great Expectations (Miss Haversham) and a dream adaptation from Christmas Carol.
There is also an abridged and modernized Pickwick Papers inside Olivia Twist as she does time in prison and where she records audio stories as part of prison work.
What difference should doctrine make on our day-to-day Christian life? This book summarizes Christianity in 5 core truths--the Trinity, the Son of God, the Spirit, the church, and heaven and hell--to show how theology is intended to bring people closer to God. Drawing from writers throughout church history--particularly St. Augustine, Richard Baxter, and C. S. Lewis--this book summarizes the building blocks of "pure Christianity" and how they shape minds, hearts, and actions, so readers can know simply and concisely what it means to live for God.
Mark H. Jones is an author, producer and entrepreneur. He recently completed his first book, "The Animal Storybook Collection," a collection of children's short stories, complete with uniquely endearing animated characters. With education from several of the top schools in Philadelphia and a bachelor's degree from the renowned Tuskeege University, Jones is quickly becoming one to watch in the writing community. He is currently at work on his second children's book as well as other. Soon to enter the worlds of television, film, and urban adult literature, Jones is a determined businessman and creative thinker with few limitations.
Faith, hope, and love are often called the three cords of the Christian life--three crucial elements that shape how we live as followers of Jesus. This book features short chapters--written in the form of questions and answers, including explanations for each answer--offering a practical theological guide to understanding the necessity and interconnectedness of faith, hope, and love. This author helps us meditate on and apply these central Christian virtues, empowering us to live the joyful, generous life to which we have been called.
When you consider who we are by nature and who the most holy God is in his nature, it appears at first that talk of "rewards" from God is a little presumptuous on our part. We have already been ransomed by Christ - isn't it ungrateful to expect more? Mark Jones works through the biblical basis and references to good works and rewards, showing that the grace of God our loving Heavenly Father is stamped all over this doctrine.
— Will both Pentecostal and non-Pentecostal Christians be willing to let certain beliefs be shaken concerning the baptism in the Holy Spirit?
— Will they consider any clearly scriptural teaching that threatens certain long-standing denominational viewpoints?
— Will they dare to be challenged to open their hearts and teaching to the scriptures?
Pentecostal and non-Pentecostal Christians have been reaching out to build the Body of Christ since the first century. Today, however, the differing viewpoints concerning the power of the Holy Spirit have left Christians few options but to choose between one of two sides as they find their place in the Body of Christ.The Bible shows us a different picture! It reveals that current-day Pentecostal and non-Pentecostal Christians both have room to grow in their teachings concerning this great New Testament miracle called the baptism in the Holy Spirit! As Christians from both sides of this exciting subject come to terms with the biblical truth, an exciting and powerful Church will be seen.
This comprehensive text encourages trainee and practising teachers to engage with and reflect on key issues, concepts and debates in geography education. Fully updated in line with the National Curriculum and the latest developments in the field, it provides a crucial exploration of the subject s expanding horizons, including powerful knowledge and the increasing prominence of fieldwork, as well as a renewed focus on the form and function of educational assessment and progression. With reflective questions, significant points of debate, and annotated further reading, it s an essential purchase for all those who want to develop a better understanding of the issues that shape their practice.
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