January 18, 2021

Download Ebook Free How God Works

How "God" Works

How
Author : Marshall Brain
Publisher : Sterling Ethos
Release Date : 2015-01-06
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
Total pages :280
GET BOOK

Uses a scientific approach to answer the question of whether God exists, and examines the thinking processes and techniques that help inform a person's faith.

Chosen to be God's Prophet

Chosen to be God's Prophet
Author : Henry Blackaby
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
Release Date : 2005-04-30
Category : Religion
Total pages :260
GET BOOK

God called Samuel to be his prophet during a time of crisis in Israel's history, a time when His chosen people had turned away from Him and were defiantly going their own way. Using the obvious parallels in today's world, noted scholar and teacher Henry Blackaby shows readers how God works in and through those he choses. God spoke to Samuel again and again, shaping him through trials and tragedies Dr. Blackaby calls "defining moments." By studying Samuel's life, readers learn to recognize their own defining moments, and see how moments often defined in crises are simply the voice of God, calling us to His purpose.

The Promise

The Promise
Author : Robert J. Morgan
Publisher : B&H Publishing Group
Release Date : 2008-02
Category : Religion
Total pages :211
GET BOOK

Best-selling author Robert J. Morgan applies the remarkable implications of Romans 8:28 and other related Bible verses to real-life stories of hope overcoming heartache in The Promise.

Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual Gifts
Author : David Francis
Publisher : Lifeway Church Resources
Release Date : 2003
Category : Gifts, Spiritual
Total pages :127
GET BOOK

Spiritual Gifts: A Practical Guide to How God Works Through You is a Bible study that explores how your spiritual gifts can be matched to ministry. Discover a new appreciation for the gifts of others in your church. Suitable for both groups and individuals, this six-week study is designed to help the pastor and church body become what God intends for them to be. Each week is divided into five daily topical studies with Scripture passages, and requires between 15-30 minutes to complete, making it ideal for a daily quiet time. Discover joy and effectiveness in your ministry through this exciting new resource. Includes a helpful section of notes and teaching suggestions for leaders.

God of Weakness

God of Weakness
Author : John Timmer
Publisher : Faith Alive Christian Resources
Release Date : 1996
Category : Religion
Total pages :103
GET BOOK

Broaden your definition of God's power with this insightful study. To use this for group study, order a book and a study guide for each person. Challenging studies for mature Christians that assume knowledge of the Scriptures

How God Works in Christian Marriage

How God Works in Christian Marriage
Author : Philip Cody
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1981
Category :
Total pages :173
GET BOOK

God at Work

God at Work
Author : Gene Edward Veith Jr.
Publisher : Crossway
Release Date : 2011-08-02
Category : Religion
Total pages :176
GET BOOK

Work can be a daily grind—a hard, monotonous set of thankless tasks. In the midst of the ongoing toil, many are plagued by a lack of purpose, confused as to what to do and who to become. And while some of our vocations may seem more overtly meaningful than others’, the truth is that most of us work because we have to. It is a means to an end—survival. Given the enormous amount of time each of us spends working, we would do well to understand our callings and how God works through them. Here culture expert Gene Veith gives us more than a simple understanding of work—more than a catchy slogan to “do all things for the glory of God.” He outlines a spiritual framework for answering questions such as: What does it mean to be a Christian businessperson or a Christian artist or a Christian lawyer, scientist, construction worker or whatever? How can I know what I am supposed to do with my life? What does it mean to raise a Christian family? And what if I don’t have kids? Unpacking the Bible’s teaching on work, Veith helps us to see the meaning in our vocations, the force behind our ethics, and the transformative presence of God in our everyday, ordinary lives.

Praise Reports: Inspiring Real-Life Stories of How God Works Miracles Today

Praise Reports: Inspiring Real-Life Stories of How God Works Miracles Today
Author : WWW Xulonpress Com
Publisher : Xulon Press
Release Date : 2007-01-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :244
GET BOOK

Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes

Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes
Author : Denis Lamoureux
Publisher : Zondervan
Release Date : 2016-11-15
Category : Religion
Total pages :208
GET BOOK

Christians throughout history have believed that God reveals himself both through Scripture and nature. The metaphor of God’s Two Books is often used to represent these two divine revelations. The Book of God’s Words is the Bible. Scripture reveals inerrant spiritual truths. These include, the God of Christianity is the Creator of the heavens and the earth, the creation is very good, and only humans are created in the Image of God (Gen. 1:1, 27, 31). The Book of God’s Works is the physical world. Nature declares God’s glory, eternal power, and divine nature (Ps. 19:1; Rom. 1:20). Through the gift of science, our Creator has blessed us with the ability to explore and understand the structure, operation, and origin of his creation. Together God’s Two Books offer us a complementary divine revelation of who created the world and how he created it. A majority of Americans view science and religion as being in conflict, according to the Pew Research Center. Christians and non-Christians alike share this view, yet if this perceived conflict misrepresents the relationship between modern science and Christian faith, then it is both unhelpful and unnecessary today. In Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes, theologian and scientist Denis O. Lamoureux reviews several options for embracing biblical Christianity and findings of science, including biological evolution. Holding to a high view of Scripture alongside an expert appreciation for scientific discovery, Lamoureux further outlines a way to understand passages referring to the natural world in the Bible and also demonstrates how modern science can point toward God. Lamoureux shares his own story along the way, recounting struggles many readers will relate to on his journey toward PhDs in both theology and biology and a fruitful relationship between the two. Topics in this book include: A biblical model of intelligent design in nature based on Psalm 19 and Romans 1. Examination of the ancient science in Scripture, such as a flat earth and 3-tier universe. Comparison of different Christian views on origins—young earth creation, progressive creation (old earth creation), and evolutionary creation. Criticisms of the atheistic interpretation of evolution held by Richard Dawkins and his belief that intelligent design is merely an illusion. Galileo’s peaceful relationship between Scripture and nature, including his view that “the intention of the Holy Spirit [in the Bible] is to teach us how one goes to heaven, and not how heaven goes.” Darwin’s religious beliefs and evidence of the impact that intelligent design had on him throughout his life, along with his claim, “It seems to me absurd to doubt that a man may be an ardent Theist [personal God] and an evolutionist.” Believers wanting to honor God’s Two Books—Scripture and Nature—faithfully and without conflict will find an excellent introduction in Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes.

God Works the Night Shift

God Works the Night Shift
Author : Ron Mehl
Publisher : Multnomah Books
Release Date : 2006-06-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :296
GET BOOK

Do you sometimes feel as if God is working in others' lives but not yours? This book shows how God is continually at work in your life, and often does His best works in the darkness during difficult times.

The Laws of God’s Kingdom

The Laws of God’s Kingdom
Author : Godsword Godswill Onu
Publisher : Osmora Incorporated
Release Date : 2015-02-09
Category : Religion
Total pages :254
GET BOOK

When we talk of the Laws of God’s Kingdom, we are speaking of Rules which people who are in the Kingdom of God must obey or follow. The Rules instruct and command us on how things must be done, or the things that are allowed in it. The Laws of God’s Kingdom also refer to how things happen in the Kingdom of God. In other words, the Laws of God’s Kingdom describe the outcomes or resultant effects of doing this and that, or not doing this and that. Some things may happen in your life, which you did not expect or which you may not explain; but it may just be that an existing Law in the Kingdom of God has worked. God has magnified and exalted His Word above all His Name. Therefore, be careful not to go against the Laws of the Kingdom of God.

How God Acts

How God Acts
Author : Denis Edwards
Publisher : Fortress Press
Release Date : 2010-01-27
Category : Religion
Total pages :224
GET BOOK

From providence and miracles to resurrection and intercessory prayer, Edwards shows how a basically noninterventionist model of divine action does justice to the universe as we know and also to central convictions of Christian faith about the goodness of God, the promises of God, and the fulfillment of creation. Here is wonderfully lucid theology supporting an excitement of how God is at work in the universe.

How God Works in Christian Marriage

How God Works in Christian Marriage
Author : Philip Cody (s.m.)
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1981
Category :
Total pages :173
GET BOOK

God Does His Best Work with Empty

God Does His Best Work with Empty
Author : Nancy Guthrie
Publisher : Tyndale Momentum
Release Date : 2020-09-15
Category : Religion
Total pages :224
GET BOOK

It's amazing how heavy the weight of emptiness can feel, how much room it can take up in our souls, how much pain can be caused by something that isn't even there.But while we may see the emptiness of our lives as our greatest problem, that's not how God sees it. When God looks into the empty places of our lives, He sees His greatest opportunity. God does His best work in the emptiness of our . . . Insatiable craving for things that don't satisfy Relational disappointments and loneliness Frustrated search for purpose and meaning Relentless desire for comfort and security Ongoing struggle to live with loss and unfulfilled dreams Join Nancy Guthrie in discovering why emptiness has never been, and never will be, a problem to God. As Nancy pulls back the curtain on God's work to fill up emptiness as revealed throughout the Bible, you'll experience page after page of grace and hope that your emptiness can and will be filled. You'll begin to see that God really does do His best work with empty--as he fills it with Himself.

The Brightest Mirror of God’s Works

The Brightest Mirror of God’s Works
Author : Nico Vorster
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2019-03-28
Category : Religion
Total pages :198
GET BOOK

John Calvin's perspectives on the nature, calling, and destiny of the human being is scattered all over his extensive corpus of writings. This book attempts to provide an accurate account of the main theological motifs that governed Calvin's doctrine on the human being, while keeping in mind variable factors such as the historical development of Calvin's thought, the pastoral and often unsystematic orientation of his theology, and the formative impact doctrinal controversies had on his thoughts. The contribution focuses specifically on Calvin's understanding of the created structure of the human being, her sinful nature, the human being's union with Christ, the limits of human reason, the anthropological roots of human society and gender. The primary aim is to make the original Calvin speak. But the contribution also addresses some of the most recent debates on Calvin's theology and identifies those impulses in his theological anthropology that bear potential for modern reflections on human existence. Like most of us, Calvin was a child of his time. However, his intellectual legacy endures and readers may well find his thoughts on the human being surprisingly refreshing and stimulating for modern anthropological and social discourses.