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Loving Words from Jesus

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Loving God s Word as Jesus Did

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and • Emphasizes the importance of accurate Scripture interpretation and • Motivates students to memorize God's Word and apply it and • Stresses the value of interacting with spiritual mentors and teachers Finally a small group discipleship study that meets your teens where they are. With options for seven different types of groups, discipleship tips, reproducible handouts, and more, you now have the freedom to customize your small group lessons. Whether your students are new Christians, advanced learners, full of adrenaline, or anything in between, this series is your tool to help them grow to be more like Jesus. Each book includes four sessions plus an experiential learning session that will take youth to the next level--the commitment of the heart and the knowledge of the mind become the actions of the the hands.

Loving Like Jesus Women of the Word Bible Study Large Print 16pt

Author : Sharon Steele
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Each of us has ''hard - to - love'' people in our lives sometimes they are those nearest and dearest to us! Loving Like Jesus, an interactive study ideal for individuals or small groups, helps women learn how to obey Jesus' commandment to love one another. First, believers must learn to understand the essence of genuine love and fully accept Jesus' love for us all - only then can they move beyond personal feelings and extend His love to others. Loving Like Jesus includes eight weeks of study. Topics include ''Love's Tremendous Importance,'' ''Love's Incredible Power and Ultimate Source,'' ''Love Is Sacrificing and Serving,'' ''love Covers Over Wrongs and Is Patient'' and much more. Each week's study examines a facet of love, digs into Scripture to find out what God's Word has to say about it, offers readers an opportunity to reflect on their own efforts to love and suggests practical action steps to help women apply what they are learning.

Meditations on the loving words of our Lord

Author : James Grant
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Loving Words

Author : John Stewart
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Life s Eventide Or Loving Words to Aged Pilgrims

Author : William Frith
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Loving Jesus

Author : Lloyd David Elcock
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Christians do not love Jesus enough! Indeed on a scale of 1 to 10 the average Christian's love for Him scores no more than 2. That is the startling message of Lloyd David Elcock's first volume of a series of scriptural expositions that he proposes to publish under the rubric: "What the gentiles have done to Christianity." The foundation upon which he has built that series includes the following three cornerstones: Biblical Christianity can accurately and justifiably also be called Jewish Christianity. After the control and direction of Biblical/Jewish Christianity was passed from Jewish to Gentile hands at the beginning of the 2nd century AD, the Gentiles comprehensively deformed it, and 1200 years later, partially reformed it. The salvage and recovery of Biblical/Jewish Christianity, begun five hundred years ago by Luther, Calvin and the other Gentile Protestant Reformers, is only fifty percent completed; in particular, a number of the most important doctrines of Biblical/Jewish Christianity are yet to be recovered and their absence from today's Evangelical Church is the principal cause of the endemic and widespread carnality, and stunted spiritual growth that characterize the lives and lifestyle of the overwhelmingly vast majority of born again Christians everywhere in the western world. In this first volume, the author puts forward the view that one of those as yet unretrieved fundamental doctrines is the major key to the Spirit filled life of love, faith and power that is the ultimate goal of both Biblical Christianity and Gentile Evangelical Christianity. That key, he contends, is hidden (in plain view), in the pages of the fourteenth chapter of John's Gospel

Advocate and Family Guardian

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The Methodist visitor

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The National Sunday School Teacher

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Wayside words formerly Gilead ed by F Harper

Author : Frederick Harper
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Seventh day Advenist Hymnal Word Edition

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Loving Jesus Early

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Why It s Hard to Love Jesus

Author : Joseph M. Stowell
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Why It's Hard To Love Jesus takes a close look at the story in Luke 7 describing Simon the Pharisee and a sinful woman who anoints Jesus with expensive oil. When we're confronted with the reality of Jesus, do we remain indifferent and religious like Simon the Pharisee or do we fall at His feet in adoring worship like the woman who had been forgiven much? Joseph Stowell challenges Christians to honestly probe the answer to this penetrating question.

The Gospel of John

Author : R. Jackson Painter
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Part of the genius of the Gospel of John comes from how the author infuses the gospel message into every part of the Gospel. In The Gospel of John: A Thematic Approach, Jackson Painter investigates John's literary-theological strategy by identifying seven key themes and showing the reader how to detect them in any portion of the Gospel as well as how to see the themes interacting with one another to create John's distinct theological message about Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The author gives numerous examples of the elements and motifs that comprise the themes and presents three studies that illustrate how the themes interact. Students of the Gospel of John will come away with a newfound ability to understand and interpret the Gospel of John.

Jesus A Revelation of God A comparative study of the words of Jesus in the Bible The Urantia Book

Author : Laurence Whelan
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Jesus A Revelation of God JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD is a comparative study of Jesus’ words in The Bible and The Urantia Book. In JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD Laurence unlocks the truths contained in the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Laurence started by cutting the words of Jesus from each of the four gospels. He then put each passage together in chronological order, combining the material into one story. Laurence used thirty-five versions of the Bible along with ten other books by other writers on the gospels to write JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD. Laurence then compares Jesus’ words in The Bible with the words of Jesus in The Urantia Book. Laurence Whelan has been searching all his life for the truth. His effort has culminated in a nineteen-year study of the words of Jesus. Mr. Whelan hopes that JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD will lead you one step closer to the truth. This book is the second edition of JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD, the third of three books Mr. Whelan has completed: 1. JESUS THE WORD, contains only the words of Jesus. 2. JESUS THE WORDS OF JESUS contains the story of Jesus. 3. JESUS A REVELATION OF GOD is a comparative study of Jesus’ words in The Bible and The Urantia Book.

The Wesleyan Sunday school magazine afterw The Wesleyan methodist Sunday school magazine

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Gospel of Divine Love Revealed by Jesus

Author : James E. Padgett (Medium)
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Can beliefs be healed that were created in error? Of course they can, and this is precisely why Jesus returned to give these messages to mankind. He did this in order to show the truths he taught 2,000 years ago. Yes, he did return; and rather than take time to show the many errors in the Bible, Jesus instead presents what he really said and meant. Read this book and investigate the central message of Jesus revealed anew today. The core teaching of Jesus is that it is the will of our Heavenly Father to give the great gift of His Divine Love. Learn what this means and how this love may change your life. This book is a new compilation of selected spirit writings from a larger collection generally known as the Padgett Messages. James Padgett received these messages between 1914 and 1920; and though they were delivered by the spirit world nearly a century ago, the reader will discover that they remain relevant and true today.

Love in the Gospel of John

Author : Francis J. SDB Moloney
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The command to love is central to the Gospel of John. Internationally respected scholar Francis Moloney offers a thorough exploration of this theme, focusing not only on Jesus's words but also on his actions. Instead of merely telling people that they must love one another, Jesus acts to make God's love known and calls all who follow him to do the same. This capstone work on John's Gospel uses a narrative approach to delve deeply into a theme at the heart of the Fourth Gospel and the life of the Christian church. Uniting rigorous exegesis with theological and pastoral insight, it makes a substantive contribution to contemporary Johannine scholarship.

Guided by the Light

Author : Philip Solomon
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Described by Professor Hans Holzer, a leading authority in America on the paranormal, as the greatest medium of our time, Philip Solomon shares his amazing story, from his childhood psychic experiences of been born into a mediumistically gifted family with show business connections, through his many strands of spiritual and psychical development, to the finely honed, highly attuned state of awareness he has achieved. For those of you who think that mediumship is merely passing on messages from beyond the grave to members of a Spiritualist church or theatre audience, then your eyes are about to be opened, as this book covers predictions, meditation, hypnotism, sports psychology, guides and angels, ghosts and the paranormal, healing, astrology, leylines and UFOs, with an emphasis on the innate ability in each and every one of us to develop psychic awareness. With a fitting foreword by respected fellow-medium, Derek Acorah, this book will definitely challenge your perceptions and broaden your outlook on life, both on the earth plane and in the spirit world beyond. In this and his many previous books, Philip Solomon’s intentions and convictions are clear. He has been chosen by Spirit to walk a sometimes difficult pathway on a mission to prove beyond doubt the existence of life after death and other-worldliness and to assure those that have lost loved ones that death is not the end.