Trusting God

Trusting God
Author: Jerry Bridges
Publsiher: NavPress
Total Pages: 368
Release: 2016-11-18
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781631467943

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Why is it easier to obey God than to trust Him? Because obeying God makes sense to us. In most cases, His laws appear reasonable and wise, and even when we don’t want to obey them, we usually concede that they are good for us. But the circumstances we find ourselves in often defy explanation. Before long, we begin to doubt God’s concern for us or His control over our lives. We ask, “Why is God allowing this?” or “What have I done wrong?” During such a time of adversity, Jerry Bridges began a thorough Bible study on the topic of God’s sovereignty. What he learned changed his life, and in Trusting God he shares the fruit of that study. As you explore the scope of God’s power over nations, nature, and even the details of your life, you’ll find yourself trusting Him more completely—even when life hurts. This new edition replaces both Trusting God (paperback ISBN 9781600063053) and the study guide (paperback ISBN 9781600063060) by combining both resources into one volume!

Trusting God Day by Day

Trusting God Day by Day
Author: Joyce Meyer
Publsiher: FaithWords
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2012-11-13
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781455517879

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In her dynamic new devotional, TRUSTING GOD DAY BY DAY, international speaker and New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer provides you with powerful "starting points" for every day of the year. Each day's devotion is filled with practical advice and help from Joyce along with life-changing promises from God's Word that you can quickly and easily apply in your own life. The world wants you to place your trust in your circumstances, your success, your talents and the opinions of others. But God's called you to rise above the world, and put your full trust in Him - to believe and apply what He's promised in His Word more than anything else. Living this way won't just happen - you have to be intentional. But where do you begin? We all need help to make good choices, battle worry, overcome anxiety and keep a positive attitude. Using this devotional, readers will learn to grab hold of life this way, day by day, with trust in God.

Trusting God in the Darkness

Trusting God in the Darkness
Author: Christopher Ash
Publsiher: Crossway
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2021-04-07
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781433570148

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It’s easy for us to trust God when life is going well. But when suffering comes, trusting God’s goodness, his attentiveness to what’s going on in the world, and his justice becomes far more difficult. In times of intense suffering, many of us ask, Why does God allow these things to happen? In the Bible, Job is known for facing intense personal suffering. Yet, upon closer examination, we find the book of Job is about more than just Job’s calamities; it’s a story about God and his relationship to Christ and his people in their suffering. In this helpful guide, Christopher Ash helps us explore the question, Where is God in the midst of suffering? As we read, meditate, and pray through the book of Job, we will find assurance that God will be with us in Christ through every season and trial.

Trusting Others Trusting God

Trusting Others  Trusting God
Author: Sheela Pawar
Publsiher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Total Pages: 182
Release: 2013-06-28
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781409480471

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Trusting Others, Trusting God is an investigation of the concepts of moral and religious trust. The question of why or how it is rational to trust anyone has been the typical focus of philosophers, with an underlying assumption that trust must be justified. In most cases, trust (even – or perhaps especially religious trust) is portrayed as irrational. Sheela Pawar argues that a grammatical investigation of the concept of trust can help rectify this mistreatment.

Trusting God

Trusting God
Author: Sharon Jaynes,Gwen Smith,Mary Southerland
Publsiher: Multnomah
Total Pages: 275
Release: 2011
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781601423931

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Building on the popularity of the Girlfriends in God devotionals, "Trusting God" is a unique, 12-week Devotional and Bible study combination designed to deepen women's friendships as they share devotional experiences.

Transforming Grace

Transforming Grace
Author: Jerry Bridges
Publsiher: NavPress
Total Pages: 368
Release: 2017-10-03
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781631468643

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Living Confidently in God's Unfailing Love Grace is amazing because it is God's provision for when we fall short of His standards. Unfortunately, too many of us embrace grace for our salvation but then leave it behind in our everyday lives. We base our relationship with God on our performance rather than on His love for us, even when we intuitively know that our performance cannot earn us the love we so desperately crave. Isn't it time to stop trying to measure up and begin accepting the transforming power of God's grace? The product of more than ten years of Bible study, Navigator author Jerry Bridges's Transforming Grace is a fountainhead of inspiration and renewal that will show you just how inexhaustible and generous God's grace really is. This edition includes the full study guide, which was formerly available as a separate product (ISBN 9781600063046).

31 Days toward Trusting God

31 Days toward Trusting God
Author: Jerry Bridges
Publsiher: NavPress
Total Pages: 144
Release: 2017-04-03
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781631468261

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It’s easy to trust God when everything is going well. But when adversity strikes—a school shooting, a cancer diagnosis, a financial setback—do you wonder if God cares or if He’s even there at all? In this 31-day devotional, author Jerry Bridges tackles the doctrine of God’s sovereignty. These daily readings set the biblical foundation for the essential goodness of His character. In a clear and warm manner, Bridges explains how you can and should choose to trust God no matter what happens in life.

How to Live and Not Die

How to Live and Not Die
Author: Norvel Hayes
Publsiher: Destiny Image Publishers
Total Pages: 132
Release: 2004-12-25
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781606831502

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How To Live and Not Die! A Down-to-earth guide for getting rid of problem areas in your life by putting God's power to work for you. God doesn't want you to be sick...or to have any financial, emotional, social, spiritual or physical problem. But you've got to learn to do things His way! After you worship and praise God, you have the right to ask Him for any- thing. If you'll make up your mind, once and for all, that the life is in the Word of God, you won't have to suffer any longer. Your body doesn't care what God tells you. It will rise up and demand what it's craving. You have to tell your body to obey God's Word! Your faith can work for your children and for your spouse. Many good Christians have died before their time. They believed in God and loved Him, but they didn't believe God scripturally. If you have the Word of God in your heart and if you know how to say what God says in His Word, God will send you on a mission to do things for Him to cause people to live and not die.