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Where is God when it Hurts: Practical considerations

Where is God when it Hurts: Practical considerations
Author : Felix M. Podimattam
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2005
Category : Providence and government of God
Total pages :129
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The prophet of Carmel: a series of practical considerations upon the history of Elias in the Old Testament

The prophet of Carmel: a series of practical considerations upon the history of Elias in the Old Testament
Author : Charles Brierley Garside
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1873
Category : Bible
Total pages :348
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God's Power to Help Hurting People

God's Power to Help Hurting People
Author : Colleen Birchett
Publisher : Urban Ministries Inc
Release Date : 2006-03
Category :
Total pages :156
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Discover how to help those who are hurting through this practical and encouraging study. Each chapter tells the story of one person's emotional crisis, a soul cry for help, and a corresponding Bible personality who had the same ardent crisis. Learn to effectively minister God's power over 12 commonly experienced emotions by hurting people including, guilt, insecurity, loneliness, fear, anxiety, low self-esteem, grief, and anger.

Shekels, Dollars, & Sense

Shekels, Dollars, & Sense
Author : Dennis O. Wretlind
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Release Date : 2006
Category : Religion
Total pages :102
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The Bible presents a seemingly inconsistent teaching on financial stewardship. This apparent confusion is reflected in sermons, books and journal articles. Advocates abound for (1) tithing, for (2) tithing plus giving, for (3) no tithing but gracious giving. Church leaders clearly need money, but how to convince the people in the pews to be faithful stewards of God with their finances remains allusive. If they preach tithing, some may balk at the Old Testament basis for the doctrine. If they proclaim that tithing is a Christian duty and a starting point only for genuine giving, others may claim that they are "New Testament Christians" and live under grace not law. If they present no definitive teaching about the Bible and money, adequate finances may not be given. At the heart of the problem lies the need to clarify the biblical doctrine of financial stewardship. This book attempts that goal. The author investigates the tithing patterns of the Old Testament prior to the giving of the Mosaic Law and within the Mosaic Law. With these matters clarified, he then shines the light on intertestamental Judaism and the passages in the Gospels that mention tithing as part of the Old Testament economy. A remarkable consistency is discovered at the level of biblical theology. Finally, the New Testament Church giving patterns are thoroughly investigated beginning with the early Jerusalem Church and extending throughout the known world. Continuity and discontinuity appear continuity in biblical theology and discontinuity in custom and legal requirements between the Old and New Testaments. The biblical doctrine of financial stewardship and the divine mandate for the Christian become clear. The last two chapters of the book transfer the biblical teaching to the 21st century American church scene. Theological and practical considerations are presented without trying to "legislate" solutions.

Christian Principles for the Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Christian Principles for the Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy
Author : Carlos Fayard PhD
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release Date : 2017-07-24
Category : Psychology
Total pages :528
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All approaches to counseling and psychotherapy rest on assumptions about human nature. Current theories are primarily derived from Buddhist, humanistic, and evolutionary perspectives where there is no God or faith. This book mines the riches of scripture to identify the dimensions of human nature as understood in the Christian faith that can illuminate the work of the practicing clinician. These dimensions of human nature serve as a scaffolding that organize the scientific findings from psychology and neuroscience while remaining attentive to the spirituality of the client. A neuro-psycho-spiritual approach takes a whole-person perspective, delving into the psychological, neurobiological, and spiritual layers of human experience that are relevant to clinical practice. The counselor and psychotherapist will learn how to utilize the dimensions of human nature found in the Bible and apply them to their clinical work through the treatment of Joe, a priest struggling with a sex addiction. Joe will serve as a guide to illustrate how Christian principles can serve as a roadmap to better understand how emotional healing can be facilitated.

The Books of Samuel, Volume 2

The Books of Samuel, Volume 2
Author : Cyril J. Barber
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2003-10-07
Category : Religion
Total pages :432
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Cyril Barber is convinced that the books of Samuel were written not to display the horror of David's sins of murder and adultery, but rather to demonstrate God's faithfulness in raising up prophets, priests, and kings to move history toward the coming of Christ. The central focus of this commentary is to show that the sovereign God weaves His own historical patterns alongside human failure and sin. Some people will read this volume for the exegetical light it sheds on 2 Samuel. Others will seek personal applications and find help in the great lessons that can be learned from the mistakes and successes of the past. All who read it will derive a new appreciation for the work of God in human history. I should warn you that this commentary challenges familiar interpretations and looks at the events of 2 Samuel through a different set of glasses. But precisely for this reason I wish it a wide distribution. From the Foreword, by Erwin W. Lutzer

The God in the Mountain

The God in the Mountain
Author : Colin Thubron
Publisher : Heinemann Educational Books
Release Date : 1977
Category : Fiction in English
Total pages :379
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Lives of the Saints: July-Dec

Lives of the Saints: July-Dec
Author : Francis Xavier Weninger
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1876
Category : Calendar
Total pages :129
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God-Esteem

God-Esteem
Author : Concordia Publishing House,Roger Sonnenberg
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1994-04
Category : Self-esteem
Total pages :64
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Many folks in today's culture find themselves caught up in a desperate search for self-worth and self-respect. They try to think themselves into it, psychologize themselves into it, or work themselves into it.This series of Bible studies will - by God's grace - build your relationship with God and with others... all at the same time, just like Jesus intended.

Knowing God

Knowing God
Author : Concordia Publishing House,Jane L. Fryar
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1993-12
Category : God
Total pages :60
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This course addresses worry head-on. It confronts both the 'little worries' and the fire-breathing dragons of worry that singe our necks when the sky falls in on us. Section 1 defines worry and helps participants identify specific areas of worry, and goes on to look at God's promise to defend us even if the earth moves off its axis.

Happiness in the Spiritual Life, Or, The Secret of the Lord

Happiness in the Spiritual Life, Or, The Secret of the Lord
Author : William Clavell Ingram
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1891
Category : Christian life
Total pages :347
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The Millennium

The Millennium
Author : William Sheldon
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1862
Category : Millennium (Eschatology)
Total pages :196
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Baptist Bulletin

Baptist Bulletin
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1996
Category : Baptists
Total pages :129
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The Child in Jewish History

The Child in Jewish History
Author : John Cooper
Publisher : Jason Aronson
Release Date : 1996
Category : History
Total pages :450
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Guenn

Guenn
Author : Blanche Willis Howard
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1883
Category : American fiction
Total pages :439
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