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.
Do you know how many times the word “arrow” is mentioned in the KJV Bible? Isaiah 26:3–4, “Perfect Peace XVII”: Arrow speaks on the scriptures and events that surround the word “arrow.” This knowledge will give you a bird’s-eye view about arrows in the Bible. I pray you will be enlightened as well as blessed from reading this book.
This book which has caught your attention, will enlighten your interest. It's about the books in the Bible with an eleventh chapter and twenty-ninth verse. In the Bible, thirty-four books have at least eleven chapters. However, out of the thirty-four books with the eleventh chapter, only nineteen books contain the twenty-ninth verse. Let's find out which books they are?
We have all probably heard the biblical event preached concerning "Zacchaeus" who climbed a Sycamore-fig tree to see Jesus. What book of the Bible is this event in? Why was Jesus passing that way? What is a Sycamore-fig tree? What other things did the Apostle who wrote this event do for the ministry of Jesus? What does the name Zacchaeus means? Is Son of man, Son of Man or son of man used in this biblical story? Last but not least, in what way do the #4 relates to the bible and this biblical event? Well, if you like to know the answers, this book will reveal this to you. Smile . . . Be Bless & Enjoy in Jesus' Name.
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
Twelve is referred to as the "Kingdom Number" because God used the twelve sons of Israel to established the Kingdom of Israel. Later in the New Testament, Lord Jesus used twelve Apostles to establish the Kingdom of Heaven. The number twelve is used in the description of the New Kingdom of Heaven having twelve gates, twelve angels, twelve foundations and twelve throne. One thing about the number twelve, it obviously represents divine authority, and appointment. It also serves as our governmental foundation, and in governmental principles.
If God loves me, why did my child die? If life is supposed to be so wonderful, why do I feel so bad? If God hears my prayers, why am I still single? If God is in control of the world, why is life so hard? Sheila Walsh hears questions like these wherever she goes. In her own life journey, she has struggled with difficult questions?and has found some answers. Not easy, pat answers, but real-life, lived-out-in-the-flesh answers that can help you find meaning and purpose in spite of pain and suffering. Life Is Tough but God Is Faithful offers encouraging insight into God's presence in the midst of our questions and struggles?and highlights positive choices you can make, no matter what your circumstances may be. "Life is tough, but God is faithful" has become Sheila's motto. "The Bible is full of stories of men and women who, in the midst of the toughest situations of life, discovered the faithfulness of God," she says. "When our dreams go sour or seem unfulfilled, we can choose to allow Satan to slither into our lives, or we can choose to remember that God is faithful, no matter how hopeless life gets." Sheila looks at thirteen crucial turning points that can help you rediscover God's love and forgiveness. Showing how the choices you make affect your life, she offers insights from the book of Job, from her own life, and from the lives of people whose simple but determined faith helped them become shining lights in a dark world.