Jesus Is The Balm Of Gilead
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Jesus Christ is the healing balm in Gilead the shepherd and bishop of your souls Ediz italiana e inglese
|Author||: Innocent E. Ayemere|
|Author||: Thomas H. HOLMES|
|Author||: Dr. Ray Pritchard|
|Editor||: Gideon House Books|
The biggest barrier to faith is life itself. Divorce. Cancer. Infertility. Death. There are times in our lives in which God seems very far away. We don't understand His silence. We only feel the intensity of our pain and the echoing question of 'why?' The Bible declares that God is good, but can we still believe this when our lives are falling apart? In Keep Believing, Dr. Pritchard affirms what the Bible declares: that God is good and His mercy endures forever. This is true regardless of our moment-by-moment experience. God has provided comfort in our times of struggle and healing in our times of hurt through the balm of His Word. You believed in the light of day; will you still believe at midnight? Search the Scriptures with Dr. Pritchard for words of encouragement and hope. Put your confidence in the God who sorrowfully watched His Son suffer at Calvary for your benefit. Know that the same loving heavenly Father has everything completely under control. He is with you and longs to comfort you as you struggle through your hard times. Take a tell-tale look at your devotion to the Lord and His never-ending love and commitment to you in Keep Believing. You served God in the sunshine; will you now serve him in the shadows?
|Author||: Steve Hall|
|Editor||: Made For Success Publishing|
Do you hunger to know more of the matchless wonders of the Lord Jesus Christ?
In this 365 day devotional, you will experience Christ’s magnificent character based solely on Scripture. You will discover the attributes of Christ through His many names; His character, His Nature and His abilities. His names hold such power and promise; Teacher, Healer, Bread of Life, Prince of Peace…Day by Day, you can enter into a time of quiet and reflection -- a Scripture, deep insight into one of Christ’s Names and a prayer. I Want to Know More of Christ will lead readers into a richer and more rewarding relationship with Christ. Individuals and groups can immerse themselves daily in worshiping Christ, and in praying for His lordship of their lives and of all people.
Each daily devotional consists of a Name or Attribute of Christ, the Scripture passage the name appears in, a “Significance” line (a brief summary of what that name reveals about Christ), a “Prayer” (which often includes worship and thanksgiving for the aspect of Christ the name represents, submitting of ourselves to Him through that name, and praying for His lordship), and Lines for you to write what the Holy Spirit has just impressed upon you about the greatness of Christ. Someone has called this, “painting a complete portrait of Christ.”
Immersed daily in His word, you are changed. Come and engage in the journey.
The Balm of Gilead for Healing a Diseased Land with the Glory of the Ministration of the Spirit The Seventh Edition To which is Added Five Sermons Preached Upon Sacramental Occasions by the Same Author
|Author||: John Willison|
|Author||: Samuel Ronicker|
|Editor||: WestBow Press|
This devotional is balm for wounded hearts. Those wounded hearts wonder at times, is God really there? Does God really care? We have all been wounded in the battle of life in this broken world. This devotional is a chance to step back from the conflict for a minute and take some refreshment, put some balm on that wounded heart, and know more deeply than ever that God is there and God does care.
|Author||: Timothy Larsen,Keith L. Johnson|
|Editor||: InterVarsity Press|
Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Marilynne Robinson is one of the most eminent public intellectuals in America today, and her writing offers probing meditations on the Christian faith. Based on the 2018 Wheaton Theology Conference, this volume brings together the thoughts of leading theologians, historians, literary scholars, and church leaders who engaged in theological dialogue with Robinson's work—and with the author herself.
|Author||: Nancy Guthrie|
|Editor||: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.|
We tend to look to the New Testament to tell us about Jesus, yet it was the Old Testament about which Jesus said, “the Scriptures point to me!” In The One Year Book of Discovering Jesus in the Old Testament, Bible teacher Nancy Guthrie takes readers from Genesis through Malachi, shining the light of Christ on the promise of a descendent who will put an end to the curse of sin; the story of a father who offers up his son as a sacrifice; the symbol of a temple where people can meet with God; the prophecy of a servant who will suffer; the person of a king who will rule with righteousness—and so much more. Day by day throughout the year, readers will see the beauty of Christ in fresh new ways, creating a deeper understanding and appreciation for who Jesus is and what he accomplished through his Cross and Resurrection.
|Author||: Philip Graham Ryken|
The prophet Jeremiah is a supreme example of how believers can live well in a society that has turned against God. While the book of Jeremiah chronicles the last, desperate days of Jerusalem before it is conquered by an invading army, Lamentations expresses the cries of Jeremiah’s heart for the fallen city. Together, the two books reflect on the meaning of human suffering and illustrate the eternal principle that a man will reap what he sows. In this commentary, Philip Graham Ryken helps pastors, church leaders, and Bible teachers understand and teach these spiritually relevant books, inspiring readers to respond to God’s personal call to live for him in these troubled times. Part of the Preaching the Word series.
|Author||: Dr. Jim McClinton|
|Editor||: WestBow Press|
Do you believe that the essence of our Salvation is Spiritual Maturity? We are spiritually mature when we “grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18, KJV). Do you know that wisdom and knowledge are related but not synonymous? Wisdom is “the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting” (The Gospel); Knowledge, is “information gained through experience, reasoning, or acquaintance.” No one (none of us) is born wise; we must acquire and can only acquire wisdom from God. The Bible urges us often to seek wisdom above all things; “The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom, and whatever you get, get insight” (Proverbs 4:7, ESV). Knowledge can exist without wisdom, but wisdom cannot exist with knowledge. One can be knowledgeable without being wise. Knowledge is when you know you should hear the word and the importance of it; Wisdom is hearing and knowing how and when to use it (Word) and how to live it. In order for us to obey Him and be in obedience, God wants us to have knowledge of Him and His commands, as of His word. Our knowledge begins when we fear God. If we lack or despise wisdom, we are foolish and not knowledgeable. Wisdom is a gift from God. Scriptures tell us, “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him” James 1:5 (ESV). Just knowing the Bible and facts about God is not all there is to wisdom. God blesses us with wisdom; for us to use the knowledge we have of Him, in order for us to glorify Him. “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction” (Proverbs 1:7, KJV). In our Spiritual Maturity, let us fear God; and let us not be foolish but wise and knowable, pleasing God. This book, teaches us; giving one an understanding and affords us the opportunity to be blessed and favored with wisdom. It expresses and confirms who we are in Christ Jesus. ‘I Am’ ‘The Church’ Of The Great “I AM”. To God be the Glory!!!
The Balm of Gilead for Healing a Diseased Land with the Glory of the Manifestation of the Spirit and a Scripture Prophecy of the Increase of Christ s Kingdom Eighth Edition To which are Added Five Sermons Preached Upon Sacramental Occasions
|Author||: John Willison|
|Author||: Daniel P. Sulmasy|
|Editor||: Georgetown University Press|
Once rarely discussed in medical circles, the relationship between spirituality and health has become an important topic in health care. This change is evidenced in courses on religion and medicine taught in most medical schools, articles in journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, and conferences being held all over the country. Yet, much of the discussion of the role of religion and spirituality in health care keeps the critical distance of only being about spirituality. A Balm for Gilead goes further, offering a work of spirituality. Sulmasy moves between the poetic and the speculative, addressing his subject in the tradition of great spiritual writers like Augustine and Bonaventure. He draws from philosophical and theological sources—specifically, Hebrew and Christian scripture—to illuminate how the art of healing is integrally tied to a sense of the divine and our ultimate interconnectedness. Health care professionals—and anyone else involved with the care of the sick and dying—will find this series of meditations both inspiring and instructive. Sulmasy addresses the spiritual malaise that physicians, nurses, and other health care workers experience in their professional lives, and explores how these Christian healers can be inspired to persevere in the care of the sick. Drawing on the parable of the prodigal son, for instance, Sulmasy illustrates how some physicians have put financial gain ahead of their patients, and how genuine spirituality might change their hearts. He examines both enigmatic topics such as the relationship between sinfulness, sickness, and suffering and the spirituality of more routine topics such as preventive medicine. In one especially stirring and poignant meditation, he reflects on the spirituality of dying in the light of Christian hope. A Balm for Gilead interweaves prayer and reflection, pointing the way to a twenty-first-century spirituality for health care professionals and their patients.