A Bible Study of Proverbs Chapter 11–Book 6 by Julia Audrina Carrington

A look at righteousness bringing life and evil bringing death.

A realization that the forward in heart are abomination to the Lord, but that the upright are God’s delight.

An understanding that God punishes the wicked and delivers the righteous.

Julia Carrington shares real life stories to illustrate the importance of these verses in this Bible study.

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We are so pleased to have writing for us our lovely author Julia Audrina Carrington, who is a best-selling international Christian author of many Christian books and Christian novels that are sold around the world. And we believe that this book and all her books are sure to bless, challenge, inspire, entertain and bring Christian value and Biblical truth. Julia specializes in Christian fiction, personal growth, kindle books, books, Christian suspense, Christian inspirational, romance, and a wide variety of books and topics. It is Julia’s desire to glorify God in all things.–God’s Glory Publishing House

Author: Julia Audrina Carrington

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Heaven Exists: The Path To Eternal Life by Cheryl Leonard

The Bible, known as the “Sacred book of Christianity”, has billions of copies distributed throughout the world. Heaven is the final destination in eternity for all of the redeemed of God. It reveals God’s plan of salvation for us and how to enter the kingdom of heaven to dwell with him forever. A majority of Americans believe there is an afterlife and a heaven and hell based on various religious views. The purpose of this book is to reveal the evidence through research and study that heaven does exist. It is up to each individual to make the personal choice of salvation and redemption in order to enter the gates of heaven.

Author: Cheryl Leonard

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Daily-Message: Faith and discipleship with the Word of God by Jörg Bauer

These are taken from the German translated daily devotions for Christians, and those still to come. The focus is always on the Word of God in the Bible. It is about faith and the practice of faith, about spiritual truths, biblical warnings and useful thoughts concerning the following of Christ in living as a Christian in this world. These are written with Christlike passion and also the translated devotions are there to encourage, strengthen, comfort and enlighten.

Author: Jörg Bauer

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Daily Devotions from the Book of Psalms by James Thomas Lee Jr

Two of the books of the scriptures that should be studied daily are the book of Proverbs and the book of Psalms. The book of Proverbs will show one how to be biblically wise in the things of the Lord. That book is primarily for spiritual guidance in this existence. But even an ungodly person will prosper by studying and incorporating its principles. In the same sense, the book of Psalms will also benefit anyone that studies it on a regular basis. Most of the psalms had been written by David. However, quite a few of them had been written by people that had been experiencing the seventy-year captivity of the children of Israel in Babylon. The reason that the psalms are so valuable to everyday saints of the Lord is because they are experiential. One can read exactly how David had felt while he had been running from a king that had wanted to kill him. One can read about some of the saints at a time when they had been held against their will in a foreign land. Because the Bible is an honest book, the reader of the psalms can also sometimes read that the psalmists had actually wanted their enemies to be destroyed. But one can then read about how they had trusted the Lord even as everything around them had been falling down.

That is why the book of Psalms is so valuable. By reading about the everyday struggles of others and how the Lord had gotten them through, a person can draw the same conclusions within his or her own life. The message of the psalms is simply to trust the Lord and to live for Him no matter what. If life is going well, then trust the Lord and live for Him. If life is not going so well, then trust the Lord and live for Him. Within the one hundred and fifty psalms, one can read over and over about how the saints of God had looked to the Lord for help when times had been tough. But one can read that they had also been very quick to praise Him in good times as well as in bad times. Thus, another theme of the psalms is to praise the Lord always and in many different ways. Nine different Hebrew words have been used in the Old Testament to describe ways that one can praise the Lord. Many of them have been used in the psalms. Therefore, without getting into all of the technical complexities of the Hebrew language, they have been identified in this text for the applicable psalms.

Another feature of this text as with my other devotion books is that all of the devotion titles have been grouped together in the index along with the date of the respective devotion. That way, those titles can serve as a topical index into each of the daily devotions in the event that someone is looking for a devotion about a specific topic or about a specific person. One might also note that an appendix about true biblical salvation has also been included at the end of this text for anyone that might be interested. So as this introduction concludes, it is hoped that those persons that read this text will be drawn closer to the Lord by getting closer to His Word. Not much that this author has to say is of any real value. But the words of the Lord and of those that had written the scriptures have absolute, infinite value. It is important to realize that the authors of the psalms had been real human beings with real human problems and struggles just like most people. Therefore, may the Lord be pleased by this work and also with each person that sincerely tries to draw closer to Him.

Author: James Thomas Lee Jr

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A Season of Change: (A Time For Every Season Book One) by Lori Redula

The saga of an American family!A Time for Every Season is a series that follows the lives of the Ramsey family through the tumultuous years of the Civil War. Fall in love with Alec and Kathleen and their 6 children as they face hardships and triumphs while trusting in the sovereignty of God.A Season of Change (Book One):* Kathleen Ramsey’s eldest son, Eric, has just graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. While home on leave, he receives word that he’s been assigned to Fort Moultrie in South Carolina. The news devastates Kathleen, forcing her to relive the painful memories of the day she fled her childhood home in Charleston over 20 years ago. When Eric expresses his desire to meet the grandparents he has never known, Kathleen is faced with an even greater dilemma. Will she deny his request, choosing to cling to her fears and resentments of the past? Or will she recognize the sovereign hand of her loving Heavenly Father faithfully guiding her son’s every step?* Sean Donnelly has been estranged from his family for 13 years when a run-in with the law reunites him with his brother-in-law, Chicago police detective Neal Ramsey. Sean is given two choices: cooperate with the authorities to bring down the mastermind behind a rash of train robberies, or face prison time. What will he decide?* Dr. Alec Ramsey’s skills as a physician are put to the test when a devastating epidemic invades the small farming community of Baxter, Pennsylvania where the Ramsey family resides. His fight to save lives becomes personal when someone very close to his eldest daughter, Kirsten, falls ill. A quarantine and a shortage of quinine add to the challenges that Alec and his new assistant, Dr. Carter Buchanan, face. How many of Baxter’s citizens will still be among the living by the time the epidemic comes to an end?Note: A Time for Every Season is a series. Each book follows right on the heels of the one before it, so they are best read in order.Warning: This series is addicting!

Author: Lori Redula

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The Truth about Halloween by Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

I am surprised at how many so-called “Christians” do not know that witchcraft is of the devil. I thought that if there was any one thing that all ministers and churches believed alike on was that witches were of the devil. However, in recent months I have been made aware that many people who claim to be Christians or attend church do not know that witchcraft is evil. The Psychic Hot Line and all related garbage teach that these are gifts from God and He wants people to use these gifts. This encouraged me to teach on the subject and in this book I take a comprehensive look at Halloween. How did it get started? When did it come to America? Why do Christians believe that it’s all right to participate when it is of the devil? All these questions and more will be addressed. If you care about God, you’re going to want to read this book. It’s a must have!

Author: Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

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The Foolishness of God, the Hidden Wisdom, and the Mind of Christ – 30 Lessons from 1 Corinthians 1-4 by Joshua Nickel

The message of the cross worked in first-century Corinth, and it works just as well today. Here’s a look at the first four chapters of 1 Corinthians, in which the apostle Paul described what this message looks like and how it works in the real world.

Author: Joshua Nickel

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The Willow (The Roscoe Chronicles Book Four) by Ethan Mayefsky

Many of the most pivotal moments in Christy and Andrew’s lives take place in front of the beautiful Willowemoc Lake, affectionately called the Willow. In fact, the Willow has been their sanctuary since they were eight years old. Their story will break your heart, but at the same time fill you with hope, as you experience a love that remains alive after a seven year separation, and then grows in strength through facing a deadly disease.

Author: Ethan Mayefsky

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