Advent is the season of preparing for the coming of Jesus. We celebrate His first coming and ready ourselves for His Second Coming. Download the complimentary Advent Preparation Scriptures to use in your study or as a handout at church, as we all prepare to celebrate the birth of the Savior and eagerly anticipate His return!
This month we focus on the living, active power of God’s Word. Let’s revisit the relevance of John’s Gospel. It is well embraced by Christian believers. Most discipled followers of the faith are familiar with its themes. However, many who can quote the widely identifiable verses from this unique Gospel have a less-than-adequate grasp of the importance of its theology and relevance to our present world. Let’s dig into the richness of the Gospel of John. Dr. Stephen Isaac takes readers on a hermeneutical journey through John 1:1-18, looking at the text, context, and keywords of John’s powerful Gospel, identifying Jesus as the Logos of God.
Jesus set the ultimate example of the need for withdrawing to pray, listening, and receiving instruction from our Heavenly Father. Sometimes it’s hard to keep our minds and hearts focused during our prayer time.
From entering God’s presence with praise, repentance, forgiveness, listening, and more – the Prayer Action Plan provides a biblical roadmap to focused, effective prayer. You can keep this complimentary download in your Bible, and use it as a guide to move through your prayer time.
Are you weary in well doing? Perhaps even exhausted? God sees you, and is there to strengthen you so you can complete your race victoriously. God blesses faithfulness in times of trial and testing. Perseverance bears tremendous spiritual fruit and builds godly character.
Please download the complimentary, encouraging Perseverance Promises from God’s Word. Print it out and keep it close at hand for when you need reminding of God’s goodness and mercy, and that He is doing a good work in you!
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