Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 09 May 15

70 Reflections on Trusting God: Comfort and Counsel for Christian Women Who Love God and Yet Feel Trapped in a Difficult Situation

by Katie Hoffman

Have you ever felt stuck in what seems like a hopeless situation? Do you love God and yet feel discouraged with what is happening in your life? Katie Hoffman felt this way, too. When she wondered why God allowed trials that she never planned or wanted, He showed her that believing in His sovereignty and goodness is the key to trusting Him more fully.

The seventy reflections are filled with Biblical truth that will equip you to:

– Embrace your present circumstances with thankfulness.

– Trust God with the details of your past and thank Him for the present.

– Believe God is good and wise even when things are painful and difficult.

– Let go of disappointment and accept that God is doing an amazing work in your life.

*Each reflection begins with an applicable Bible verse and encouragement to help you find contentment in the place God has you. This book for Christian women can be used in a Bible study or for personal devotions. Topics include unanswered prayer, trusting God, and seeing His plan for your life despite how difficult things may be right now.



(Re)Discovering The Bible: Vol 1 – A Quick Start Guide For Understanding the Bible’s Origins, its Purpose and its Translations

by Sam Burton

The Bible is boring. It contradicts itself. It’s irrelevant and unscientific. So begins the unending number of criticisms.

Its supporters make claims like; The Bible is the Word of God. It contains the message of salvation. It’s inspired and inspiring.

The weird thing is; many more people are offering opinions on the Bible’s content than have actually read it. I don’t mean parts of it, or excerpts from it, but the whole thing. Folks, that’s, well, crazy talk!

Doesn’t it seem odd to you that so many people want to pontificate on this book, but don’t really know what’s in it? Maybe it’s finally time you read it for yourself. In fact, I bet that’s why many of you are checking out this description.

“(Re)Discovering the Bible” is for anyone who wants to read the Bible for him/herself rather than merely regurgitate what some professor, preacher, priest or celebrity has to say about it.

The Bible is still the best-selling book of all time. Some love it, while others hate it. Millions of people over the years have been killed for believing its message. So, what’s all the fuss about?

The รข??(Re) Discovering’ series is designed to be your go to source for the backstory of each Book of the Bible, so that that you can better understand what you’re reading. These are not deep, heavy, academic, yawn inducing works, but practical, easy to read, fun, quick start companion guides.

Vol 1. answers a series of FAQs about where the Bible came from and what it’s all about. It even contains some great hacks that will have you reading the Bible in ways that make understanding and enjoying it easier than you ever thought possible.



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