"You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You." Isaiah 26:3 "Perfect Peace!" That is what we all want. That, too, is what Christ offers us in his gospel. Among his farewell words we find this bequest: "Peace I leave with you my peace I give unto you." After his return from the grave, he said to his disciples, three times repeating the same benediction, "Peace be unto you." Peace is thus part of the blessed evangel, and an essential element of the true and full Christian life. Christ desires us to have peace. If we do not have it we have missed part of the blessing of being a Christian, part of our inheritance as children of God. It is not a peculiar privilege which is only for a favored few; it is for everyone who believes in Christ and will accept it. In this blessed text you will find the path of the Peace of Christ.
“My Lord, I and all that I have are yours” (1 Kings 20:4). These are the words of absolute surrender with which every child of God ought to yield himself to his Father. We have heard it before, but we need to hear it very clearly – the condition of God’s blessing is absolute surrender of all into His hands. If our hearts are willing for that, there is no end to what God will do for us, and to the blessing God will bestow. God knows there are hundreds of hearts who have said it, and there are hundreds more who long to say it, but hardly dare to do so. And there are hearts who have said it, but who have yet miserably failed, and who feel themselves condemned because they did not find the secret of the power to live that life. Have you said it? In ABSOLUTE SURRENDER Andrew Murray unequivocally states that there is no other choice for us; we must either deny the self or Christ. If I am something, then God is not everything; but when I become nothing, then God can become all. He gives readers the message that our Father God in heaven answers the prayers which we have offered for blessing on ourselves and for blessing on those around us by this one demand: Are you willing to surrender yourself absolutely into His hands?
A deeper intimacy with God ~ and a greater love for Him ~ and experiencing His “Perfect Peace” ~ is the sure result of this book. Biblical information given in a Unique and Profound way, by utilizing the last single-digit. This book is designed to keep you in God’s "Perfect Peace." According Isaiah 26:3-4, God will keep you in perfect peace IF your mind is stayed on Him. If that is your desire, you may find this book, “The Last Single-Digit,” just what you are searching for. In addition to engaging facts & events, there is a message from God’s word. In only a short time, you will discover more than you ever realized about God’s word that surrounds the “Number Nine,” the last single-digit. Get ready to enjoy, Isaiah 26:3-4, "Perfect Peace" ~ The Last Single-Digit
Perfect Peace VIII with the subtitle Prayer covers aspects of prayer in a creative, unique and profound manner. *The Lords Prayer *The word Prayer *Sinner Prayer *Types of Prayers *National Day of Prayer *Serenity Prayer *Praying Hands *The Most Noticeable Prayers *Hours of Prayer *Prayer Plant *Praying Mantis *P * R * A * Y * E * R Interesting. Right? __ Y __ N
A deeper intimacy with God, a greater love for Him, and experiencing His "Perfect Peace" is the sure result of this book. Biblical information revealed in an "Unique and Profound" way concerning the lame man at the temple gate, the words of Peter that day, "silver and gold, have I none; but such as I have I give to thee: in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk." This book is written to help you stay in God's Perfect Peace in a warm, informative, pleasant, and unique way. You will be enlighten about this biblical event which happened over 2,000 years ago.
You Will Keep Him In Perfect Peace, Whose Mind Is Stayed On You, Be-Cause He Trusts In You: Isaiah 26:3 Bible Journal For Christians Looking for the perfect personalized gift?! This awesome journal is the best choice
The heartbreaking portrait of a large, rural southern family's attempt to grapple with their mother's desperate decision to make her newborn son into the daughter she will never have When the seventh child of the Peace family, named Perfect, turns eight, her mother Emma Jean tells her bewildered daughter, "You was born a boy. I made you a girl. But that ain't what you was supposed to be. So, from now on, you gon' be a boy. It'll be a little strange at first, but you'll get used to it, and this'll be over after while." From this point forward, his life becomes a bizarre kaleidoscope of events. Meanwhile, the Peace family is forced to question everything they thought they knew about gender, sexuality, unconditional love, and fulfillment.
Perfect Peace came about rather organically. “I was taking a year to stop watching TV and study the Bible,” says Millard. “During that time I started doing Sudoku puzzles and thought it would be neat to find a fun way to incorporate my bible study in a puzzle format.” With Perfect Peace, Millard delivers a fun way for readers to build their awareness of who God is and who they are in God. It is a hands-on, quick way of learning how to navigate the Bible. In short, it is a two-week, one-a-day puzzle to increase readers’ faith.
Daily Devotionals to Empower the Life of the Saint
Author: Charles E. Jordan Jr
Publisher: WestBow Press
Do you have a desire to spend time with God, a desire to glean golden nuggets from His truth? Perhaps you long to draw closer to your maker, but you are having trouble learning how to trust God through the various circumstances that have occurred in your life. "Spending Time with God" will help you view all of life's situations as being beneficial to your spiritual growth and personal relationship with your heavenly Father. Christ showed the importance of having intimacy with God the Father, as He would oftentimes steal away to a secluded area to be alone with Him. In a world that tries to keep us busy, we too must place a priority on intimacy with our Father, for at the Lord's feet we receive power, guidance, and knowledge to seek His face. "Spending Time with God" is a Christian devotional that equips you with wisdom, encouragement, and strength to remain faithful to God and give thanks to Him in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:18). As you dedicate yourself to spending time with your Father, get ready to discover how He has destined you for greatness.
In a world that seeks to dictate the terms of His involvement, a correct view of God is critical. Unveiled is about taking God at His Word, and is both challenging and encouraging to us in our walk with Christ. It is challenging because of its direct appeal to have us consider where we are in our Christian walk, relative to where God would have us be. Unveiled is encouraging; in spite of the many ways in which we fall short of God’s glory, His grace remains. Unveiled brings us back to a God-centered focus. Plain-spoken and practical, Unveiled benefits anyone at any level of spiritual maturity. Spiritual growth occurs day by day as we encounter God. With devotions, combined with prayers and Scripture readings, Unveiled helps you in that encounter. By God’s grace, your faith will grow, your life will be changed, but most importantly, our God will be glorified. “Unveiled is one of the most unique devotionals I have seen. The reader is stimulated to read God’s Word and to contemplate complex issues. It is a great tool for growing in the faith and knowing God more intimately. I find it to be a user-friendly devotional with practical concepts for dealing with everyday challenges.” —Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, executive vice president, Family Research Council and author of Never Surrender: A Soldier’s Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and Freedom
Dan Walsh, bestselling fiction author of novels like The Unfinished Gift and The Reunion, has penned his first non-fiction book. Perfect Peace is a 31-Day Devotional crafted from the pages of Dan's personal journal, written over the last several years. Here's an excerpt from Day 2: "If you're like me, you've known moments of real peace. Moments when you've trusted God fully for your life, for everything going on in your life. In those moments, you knew real peace. The problem is, the word 'moments.' The moments didn't last. The promise of Isaiah 26:3 is not to have moments of peace in our lives. The promise is that God would keep us in Perfect Peace." In Perfect Peace, Dan shares the Scriptural life-lessons he's learned during some of the more challenging times in his life, hoping to encourage other Christians wrestling with things like stress, worry or fear.