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Forgiveness Made Easy
I know that I am a young man, and I know that I have not seen all there is to see in this life. However, in my short life I have experienced many wounds and hurts. I have also come to learn that learning to forgive is essential in moving along with God.
The Nature Of God: Who is God…Really?
Pastor of one of the largest church in the world. David Yonggi Cho emphasizes the importance of learning, understanding and applying biblical foundations that will take you deeper and deeper into the heart and nature of God. By illustrating the qualities and characteristics of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit in a simple and inviting style, this book helps you develop a ravenous appetite to learn more and share it with others! Discover a new understanding of righteousness and the importance of godly choices as you live under His watchful eye. God has called you to be set apart from this world, and He has a plan for everything, including you! The Nature of God is an excellent discipleship tool and primer for young or mature believers.In this book, Dr. Cho takes you directly to the path of forgiveness. For most people, getting on that path isn’t as difficult as staying there. Here you will find such awesome insight into God’s profound love for you that you may never wander off again!
What to say when you don’t know what to say
In times of crisis, people need support and comfort. Whether it’s a job loss, a loved one’s death, or a serious accident, the pain can be overwhelming. As a Christian, you have the opportunity to offer hope and healing to those who are hurting. Norm Wright’s handbook, “How to Respond to Others During and After Crises,” is an essential resource for anyone who wants to be there for others in their time of need.
Norm Wright is a trusted Christian counselor who has worked with people in crisis for many years. He knows what works when it comes to giving comfort and support. In this easy-to-follow guide, he shares his insights and experience to help you understand the confusion and emotions that the person will experience, decide what to say and what not to say, choose what you can do immediately and long-term, give encouragement during depression and grief, and provide biblical wisdom for helping the person cope and live on.
Sensitive, practical, and specific, this handbook is a must-have for anyone who wants to be supportive and point to God as the ultimate healer. Whether you’re a family member, friend, neighbor, or coworker, you can make a difference in someone’s life by following the advice in this book. With Norm Wright’s help, you can offer comfort, hope, and healing to those who are hurting.
H. Norman Wright