Publisher: Leah Michelle Hamilton Music Publishing
A new, fresh approach to lovely songs, combining all the elements for you to use and perform with at your fingertips. Scores laid out by an engineer combined with a music note writing program made for a perfect combination of usability by professional and casual musicians, as well as those wanting to learn new material. This book can be used to teach a class on writing your own songs, as well as teaching and learning, piano, guitar, violin, flute, or singing. These harmony and scores are laid out with chords written and diagrams to observe and emulate while playing the pieces. The songs and lyrics have often been inspired by a verse in the Bible, as well as real life situations and emotions. The faith building, learning, and seeking in these songs is inspiring. For use in private devotions, teaching classes, or in a devotional or Ted talk, these inspirations are for everyone regardless of race, religion, political views, personalities, or musical styles. Songs that can be customized and added to with your own personality and musical creations create a fuller experience. Add new harmony to the existing songs and enjoy the learning. Talk about the verses or themes these songs are telling. This is the "Behind the Scenes" look at the songs. "Mi Corazon" show the love for family, faith, and work. Put your own children in the song or someone you love. "Mi Corazon", my heart is in Spanish as Leah is from Spain, France, and England. "Tenor mon Coeur", hold my heart sung in French, is a joy to her French roots. Add in your language in these sections. "Undivided Heart" is available in many languages around the world, as we all have a common thread in life, love, faith, and family. In "No Extra Dues" it talks about how regardless of your religion, the price has all been paid. There is nothing we can do to earn it, or nothing we can do to lose it once we accept the free gift that God gave us through His Son, Christ's death and resurrection for us. We all share hurts, passions and struggles. So reach out to your neighbor whether they live in a fancy house, condo, or cardboard box. We all need hope for today, forgiveness, and a promise of connecting with each other and a home in heaven. It is the one thing I am absolutely sure of. Singing and playing instruments is as old as time, and as new as a relevant twist on the music. Psalms were words set to music in the Old Testament and express an adoration for God as our Father, and trust that He is always with us in good and hard times. "Little Foxes" talks of the things that can destroy young love. The things that "spoil the vines." Now Leah Michelle loves little red foxes, and recently filmed some out in the Channel Islands. Music videos watch out. However, there are many things that can destroy our relationships. Being intentional to protect, develop, and enjoy your love of your life, your family, or a close friend takes time and thought. Things we say, read, and sing about can and do influence our actions and emotions. Regardless of your past, start today with truth, kindness for yourself and others. This music book along with the album, "Undivided Heart" will start you on an adventure and journey that is endless with possibilities, love, and hope.
West explains how the devil takes what is most sacred and good and makes it profane through creating a distorted picture and offering it to the culture. This is why Satan particulary attacks womanbecause in her bearing of new life she reveals the very mystery of God.
"'Give me an undivided heart.' Something in my soul has always been snagged by that phrase in Psalm 86. Something in it speaks to me of my own heart division, my own disarray. It captures a deeper longing, beyond the surface chatter of my mind. I find, amid the muddle that is me, that there is something--someone--calling me on, gathering together my disparate, fraying threads and weaving them into a story greater than I could ever perceive." Why do we do what we do? What makes us who we are? And what could make us more? In Undivided Heart, Lucy Mills digs deep in search of an understanding of human identity, purpose, and living by faith, asking what the influences are that shape us and define us. She explores what it might mean to have an undivided heart--to live a life compelled by Christ's love, undistracted by all other motives. This is not a book of easy answers. It is a book of deep questioning, of relationship, honesty, and encounter, counter-cultural in our age of social media, soundbite news, and mass communication. But God can meet us in our confusion and distraction as much as in our certainty. Join Lucy on her exploration of this demanding, fragmented life, and the quest for a faith that is deeper, stronger, and undivided.
What does God require of those who seek to know and please him? The biographies of the kings of the nation of Judah, as recorded in the books of I and II Chronicles, are case studies in the pursuit of a personal friendship with God. From David, "a man after God's own heart," to Josiah, "the man who trembles at God's Word," each king reveals some aspect of the quest to know and serve God. The advantage of studying the lives of David's successors through 600 years of Judah's history is seeing how decisions in one generation led to wonderful blessings or tragic consequences in the following generations. What does it mean to have "an undivided heart?" Perhaps this little volume will shed some light on that important issue.
A systematic exploration of the holiness doctrine as taught in early Methodism. This easy-reading study pursues themes of repentance, justification and forgiveness, new birth, consecration, sanctification, perseverance and perfect love, concluding that holiness is both possible and essential in the 21st century.
As we walk through the shadow of lifes trials, we will gain much comfort and spiritual good, for our happiness is not of this world, but is of the Kingdom of God and our assurance is fully realized in Him. One must give attention to their hearts, watch over it with all diligence, for from it flows the springs of life. Watch then, the path of your feet and let your eyes be fixed upon Gods word. Keep His percepts in the midst of your heart, so that your ways and actions will be fruitful. Every mercy is from God, every trial that tempts us on the road of faith has an illustration behind its experience. All the sharp trials of life are but the golden threads of providence, under the control of God the Father. Our roses, our thorns, our mountains, our valleys and temptations are plainly wrought by Him. Take hold of His instruction and your heart will not be divided. As a young boy, Kevin was placed into an orphanage. The preciousness of Kevins love for his mother, who was now gone due to cancer, left him overwhelmed with fear. Crushed and lonely by her death, he would carry this burden through life, like a ball and chain. Therefore, clouding his heart to Gods way for his life. But in time, through providential circumstances, God took away this burden and restored him to Christs everlasting love and established his feet upon the Rock of Ages. Kevin, wife Karen and daughter Megan, reside in Texas. Kevin has a previously published book, It Is Written. By Xulon Press, December 2007
Discover the personal stories or events in your life that have you stuck emotionally and spiritually. Expose the four lies that hold you back from an intimate relationship with God. Gain a new perspective. Take action. Equip yourself with eight truths. Risk to live a new life filled with joy!
The Journey into the Divided Heart is a challenging guide that will push you spiritually to a new level of taking responsibility and defining your personal role in the process of healing your hurting heart. Though highly practical and spiritually directive, this book zooms out to give you a convicting overview of the human heart. In its state of being divided, our heart tends toward God as its healer but also toward itself as provider and protector simultaneously. You will learn your defense mechanisms, be led in decision-making journaling and prayers, and you will be given an overview of nine powerful, biblical, and clinical interventions that will lead you to living life to its fullest (John 10:10). This book is a must read for anyone looking for true lasting change, as well as a role-defining text for counselors and pastors who are looking to integrate cutting-edge clinical counseling with an unwavering faith-based, non-religious approach to working with the brokenhearted.
by Thomas MAWE (and ABERCROMBIE (John) Horticulturist.)
A gorgeously wrought year-long daily devotional for anyone who wishes to carve out a few minutes a day to reflect on the grace of God. It is by grace you have been saved, through faith. —Ephesians 2:8 NIV With uplifting quotes from the Bible, guided reflections, and more, Five Minutes of Grace allows you to bring God and His grace into your life a little more each and every day.