Description : Andrew Murray traces obedience through the Bible, from Genesis to the ?nal chapter of Revelation, in a warm, inspirational devotional study. It looks at the issue of obedience in the lives of Bible characters and focuses the reader's attention on the obedience of Christ. Practical as well as inspiring, A Life of Obedience speaks to today's reader as clearly as it did to his audience a century ago.
Description : Written from the heart and in easy to understand language "The Minister's Life of Obedience," will inspire you and challenge you to greater obedience in your daily walk with God.
Description : The teachings contained in this book will help believers understand that obedience is a lifestyle which opens the door to God's best in their lives.
Description : Dr. Stanley reflects on his long life of ministry and opens his heart to reveal the difficulties and battles, the joys and sorrows, and how God took a lonely boyfrom Dry Fork and empowered him to preach the Gospel around the world.
Description : "e;If our study in the school of obedience is to be of any profit, rest not till you have written this down: Daily obedience to all that God wills of me is possible, is possible to me."e; Is such total obedience possible? We seem always to be failing! In The School of Obedience, Andrew Murray reveals not only what God demands, but also how obedience to those demands is possible through Christ's perfect example. Basic, practical steps toward a life in line with the will of God.
Description : Any relationship that is going to be strong must be built on trust. I am only willing to invest in a great way when there is a great amount of trust. Do I trust God enough to empty my entire life into obedience? In order for me to trust Him and abandon myself in obedience, I must see Him and know Him properly. If I do not see God correctly, I cannot know myself completely. In the book Free Indeed, Michael challenges the reader to surrender everything to Jesus and invest the rest of their life into obedience to Him.
Description : The God book is designed for those who are seeking to know more about God, and increase their faith in Jesus Christ. It features Christian foundational topics, God's Promises from His Word, and a Daily Discovering God Devotional. This book helps you to have a deeper intimacy with God, and was designed for many uses, such as being used as a devotional, for Bible study, for sermon preparation, for discipleship training, for preaching and teaching, for prayer, and for sharing The Gospel Of Jesus Christ with others. Topics include Faith, Salvation, The Holy Spirit, Healing, Deliverance, and many more.
Description : Connect with God Obedience is not the most popular word in our vocabulary. We live in a society that is constantly battling the system, fighting for what we want. We’re primarily concerned with how the rules inconvenience us, and we’re looking to see what we can get away with. Obedience is much more than following rules; it’s a state of the heart. By missing this truth, we miss the power of complete obedience. Discover how obedience to God’s plan will put you in the center of His will! Andrew Murray explores the love behind God’s demands and the grace that makes it possible for us to obey. The blessing of complete obedience is your intimate connection with a loving, protective heavenly Father who desires more than anything to give you a rich and fulfilling life.
Description : Life in the Medieval Cloister makes extensive use of primary sources and quotations from chronicles, letters, customaries and miracle stories, and the experience of medieval monastic life is presented through the monks' own words. Medievalist Julie Kerr provides day to day account of life in the medieval monastery from the Norman conquest to the Dissolution, with a particular focus on the high Middle ages, exploring such questions as: • What effect did the ascetic lifestyle have on the monks' physical health and mental well-being? • How difficult was it for newcomers to adapt to the rigors of the cloister? • Did the monks suffer from anxiety and boredom; what caused them concern and how did they seek comfort? • What did it really mean to live the solitary life within a communal environment and how significant were issues of loneliness and isolation? Life in the Medieval Cloister makes an important contribution to our understanding of medieval monastic life by exploring key aspects that have been either inadequately addressed or overlooked by historians, but also offers an up close and personal perspective on a fascinating, but little known, corner of history.