In this fine study of Romans 8:28, Thomas Watson explains how both the best and the worst experiences work for the good of God's people.
“We know that all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” - Romans 8:28 Thomas Watson remarked that “If the whole Scripture be the feast of the soul then Romans 8 may be a dish at that feast, and with its sweet variety may very much refresh and animate the hearts of Gods people.” In All Things for Good, Thomas Watson focuses solely on verse 28. Focusing on the privilege, people and purpose of the verse, he leaves a grand exposition that is both refreshing to the soul and enlightening to the mind.
Best-selling author Robert J. Morgan applies the remarkable implications of Romans 8:28 and other related Bible verses to real-life stories of hope overcoming heartache in The Promise.
Do you need encouraging in times of difficulty? This book is for you. Do you need strengthening in your walk with the LORD? This book is for you. Do you need help in everyday living? This book is for you. This book in fact brings to every person great encouragement in the opening up of Romans 8 verse 28. How does the LORD make sin and evil and persecution, and life and death and every other thing work together for good? This little book explains how so simply and gently that you just want to dance and sing for joy. The eminent Puritan pastor Thomas Watson gives us in 'All Things for Good' an exposition of Romans 8:28. In opening up this portion of God's Word his purpose is to comfort the Lord's people,and help them to see that even in the greatest trials that they will face, God is willing and able to make them work out for their good. How can the Lord work trials ,both great and small,to bless and help His people? In this masterful treatise Watson shows us how this can be. In the first section of the first chapter we see that it is God's attributes, that being His power,His wisdom and His goodness that are operative in His children's behalf. The Puritans were master physicians of the soul. One cannot help but think that the depth of their understanding on how God uses affiction and trials in the lives of believers was not just in theory but in large part experiential as well. Just a brief sketch of many of their lives would reveal that to be the case. They also realized that whatever brings Christians nearer to God was to be seen as an evidence of His love and a desire to abundantly bless them.
John thought that his life was finally coming together. He met the woman of his dreams and she helped to turn it all around. For her he was giving up truck driving and settling down. However, he had no idea that the bliss he thought was ahead was nothing of the sort. He would come to find his true strength spiritually, mentally and physically. He would also come to find that true friends come from all kinds of different people, and they all become his most honored advisers, as they fight together for their own reasons against new daily evil in New York City.
Jack was a man deeply in love with his wife of five years. The Twin Tower tragedy forced him to seek God as his wife lay buried beneath the debris. Jack’s life was transformed, as was the world’s. “The author has captured the emotional rollercoaster of the events and the people that experienced them. He also captured how God “works all things for our good” even when it seems so bad. The ending has a real twist!” —Shirley Verhey, LPCC-S
Based on the beloved passage from Romans 8:28, this Mac Lynch original is a powerful proclamation of faith! The well-crafted accompaniment strongly supports the vocal parts and memorable melody. Several inspiring choral moments in this anthem make it suitable for use throughout the church year.
Dubbed ""Stonewall"" following the battle of First Manassas in July 1861, Thomas Jackson has long been revered as a brilliant military leader and tactician. Wilkins examines the life of Jackson, and his research reveals a man humble in his Christian faith, which stands in stark contrast with the general's reputation as a ferocious warrior.
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What I personally know for sure can be summed up in 3 words... Prayer Changes Things. And more specific, finding a scripture that speaks to your soul, memorizing it, meditating on it, allowing God to speak to your heart through it, and acting from this place of God infused saturation is a winning life strategy! This journal is from the PRAYING HANDS JOURNAL COLLECTION. Each journal includes: King James Version Scripture Cover in a beautiful Matte finish 100 Blank Lined Pages for notes, thoughts, lists, prayer requests, evidence of prayers answered, everyday ideas, inspired actions and more Can be used for any writing needs Great size for pocket or purse (6x9 size) Wonderful gift add on (and it's less expensive than a greeting card!) Praying hands located on each page of the journal as a constant reminder that someone somewhere is always petitioning God on your behalf! Great gift for Pastors, Deacons, Church Mother and Fathers, New Christians, New members, Visitors to church, Christians friends and more! PRAYING HANDS JOURNAL COLLECTION includes (as of April 2019) the following cover scriptures (all King James Version): 1 Peter 5:7 Colossians 3:23 Genesis 1:1 Matthew 6:33 Matthew 7:7 Matthew 21:22 Philippians 4:13 Psalm 3:5 Psalm 19:14 Psalm 23:1 Psalm 27:14 Romans 8:28 Easy search to find your favorite PRAYING HANDS JOURNAL by "following" the author (Valarie Johnson) and reviewing all journals/books available Scroll at the top, click the buy botton, and own your PRAYING HANDS JOURNAL today! May God bless all that you do and all that you become!
40 reflections exploring how the writings of Julian of Norwich can provide comfort and support for even the most extreme need. They open up her central themes - suffering, overcoming evil, the faithfulness of God - and relate them to the challenges we encounter today. Ideal for personal reading during Lent, for a retreat, or for group reflection.
Francis Shaeffer had been serving as a pastor for over a decade when he began to wonder if Christianity really made a difference in people’s lives. True Spirituality, a twentieth-century spiritual classic, outlines the result of his effort to “start at the beginning” and re-examine his faith. The book is a treasure trove of wisdom for Christians trying to discover what true spirituality looks like in everyday life. Includes a foreword by Chuck Colson and an introduction by Dr. Jerram Barrs, director of the Schaeffer Institute.
This book is written with Christians principally in mind, folks whose spiritual life has been nurtured by the sacraments. The Christians I have in mind are also seeking a practical way to enter more deeply into the sacred mystery of the divine presence on a daily basis in their walk-about lives. The sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Penance and Eucharist are considered from the viewpoint of the method they reveal for developing an habitual state of mind and heart that gives entry into a deeper daily connection with the mysterious presence of the divine in all things.