The Faith Filled Minister's Daily Companion offers an important organizational tool for the busy minister. The 31-day journal contains spaces for Prayer requests and reflection on a daily basis. At a glance, see people to pray for, call and visit. There is also space for a daily inspirational Bible verse, personal gratitude and prayer needs, and your sermon notes and ideas. A Calendar keeps important dates to remember. The Faith Filled Minister's Daily Companion is conveniently sized to carry along with your Bible. Never again, worry about losing an important idea for your sermon notes or missing an all-important visitation. Let go of the burden of carrying multiple clumsy notebooks and appointment books. Begin your day with your Bible and this wonderful organizational tool. When filled, the journals fit conveniently on your personal bookshelf for reference. As with each of my praise and prayer Journals, I have asked God for the guidance to know what the Faith Filled Minister's Daily Companion should contain. I hope that I have created a journal that reflects the needs of your personal ministry.
We all face various trials on this earthly journey. Some of the trials are life threatening and require faith in God to overcome them. This book seeks to encourage those in such circumstances to look to God and never give up. This story depicts the many frowning providences that believers go through which are outside of our control. These include failure of health, loss of property, and loss of a family member among many others. Some other trying circumstances include denial of a spouse, denial of a child, and struggling to get a decent living. These, if not well handled, may cause protracted pain and sorrow of the heart thereby denying us the much-needed peace. Nevertheless, we are not of those that fall away when faced with trials that shake the foundations of our faith as the warning in Hebrews 6:4-8. "But, beloved, we are confident of better things concerning you, yes, things that accompany salvation..." Hebrews 6:9. We will hold on to our faith even when good health eludes, children are denied us, there is no spouse coming our way and we are aging, and the portals of death are opened: We will hold on to God as Nehemiah did in reply to his enemies' suggestions to flee for his life and hide in the temple: "Should such a man as I flee?" Nehemiah 6:11. This book, seeks to encourage many in sundry trials not to flee. You are invited to get a copy of "Great is thy faithfulness" for the encouragement of your soul.
A Glimpse of Faith: The History of Independent Baptists is an easy to read and easy to understand book. It gives essential information that could help any follower of Christ. This work clears up some of the misunderstandings and misconceptions of the independent baptist movement's beginnings.
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