This book attempts to explain the book of Hebrews in a very simple way to the readers. The book of Hebrews is very different from the other books of the New Testament and it is filled with imagery and concepts from the Old Testament. Hebrews, however, also shows that Jesus is better in every way. He is the better High Priest and better sacrifice.
"Can you see beyond your eyes could carry? Can you understand the utterings not heard? Can you feel the presence of a passion holding you closer to a dream? Then dream along with the author to see more of what her life can inspire yours' to ignite the very flames of your humble inspirations to a blazing fire of a persuasion only your conscience can lead you to. Persuade yourselves to dream bigger for a noble cause, persuade yourself to persevere, persuade yourself to see the unseen..."
This is the story of Bishop Samuel Varghese, artfully told by his daughter Susan Ann Samuel, that will edify and encourage you to live a courageous and faith-filled Christian life.
The Power of Silent Hours is a unique combination of devotionals, poetry and psalms. This book presents devotionals that would help you to connect your blessings, the smallest and biggest events of your life, with the grace of God and the poetry and psalms would give words to your emotions that follow.
The book aims at developing a perspective of connecting events with the love and protection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This devotional is based on many such day-to-day activities, which would help you to remember and recall the teachings every time you come across similar situations.
Renew your mind by spending silent hours with God!
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This book chronicles young Rencin Williams’ first year as Assistant Pastor at Eternal Hope Church. He has just returned from a seminary in the States and is bursting with ideas for how he can take his rather traditional church “into the 21st century.” Follow Rencin as he deftly (or otherwise!) navigates his way through the events of your standard church calendar, often with hilarious results.