In 2013, Jack Dublin and family traveled to the Grand Canyon for a week of whitewater rafting. When a monsoon rolled in, forcing them to higher ground, they sheltered in a cave unseen for nearly 150 years. What they found inside -- several journals from the time of the Gold Rush -- revealed miracles and magic, fables and fortunes, scattered treasures of the ages from sea to shining sea (and deep beneath them as well). The legends tell of explorers who harnessed ship and beast and rail to lay hold their dreams on a merciless frontier; exploits that elevated ordinary men into heroes, and the undoings that destroyed the rest. One man lived long enough to record the greatest history never told... until now. Discover why an anonymous authority calls the journals "the greatest discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls."
Finding God in Abandoned Places is a collection of Christian short stories,
largely inspired by a desire to recognize the presence of the Holy Spirit,
anytime and anywhere in our modern world. Each story is a reflective,
thought-provoking piece on how God speaks to us daily through his word,
and how to build upon that for richer spiritual insights
-This engrossing anthology of stories includes:
-The Abandoned Game Show Set
-The Abandoned Prison
-The Abandoned Bookstore
-The Abandoned Funeral Home
-The Abandoned Escape Room
-The Abandoned Cabin
Understanding and abiding in “the fear of the Lord,” is an essential kingdom concept and is beneficial for both the believer and the unbeliever alike. However, the world throughout the ages has been misleading people teaching only Bible doctrine.Whereby this fallen world that we live in runs on various degrees of fear, therefore it has become far too easy to ascribe some kind of a fearful concern towards God, our Creator.This book will walk you through the scriptures concerning this subject and present to you how scripture defines “the fear of the Lord.”“The fear of the Lord,” is not meant to be a scary thing, even Jesus, in His earthly ministry operated under the concept of “the fear of the Lord”, Isaiah 11:1-3.The book first defines what the phrase “the fear of the Lord,” means, by looking at the scripture references. Pointing out what they say and don't say. For the definition of “the fear of the Lord,” is to hate evil, Proverbs 8:13. Showing also how this foundational concept perfectly aligns itself with scriptures and kingdom concepts for today. The book then treads of some common but wrong teaching that has lead the church astray from placing an importance on the true concept of hating evil and fleeing from evil. Equivalent New Testament concerns are then addressed as well as looking into kingdom issues alone with the truth that God is the only Lawgiver.Then to give this teaching a practical application, of how we can position ourselves to abide in “the fear of the Lord.” We take a look at how scripture defines what evil is. This nicely comes together and gives further understanding on how we can make it happen and began to walk in “the fear of the Lord.”
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The 40 Day Fire is a 40-day journey intended to light a fire underneath you! From time to time, all of us need a little push. This book will sometimes cause you to laugh and at other times will lovingly give you a kick in the pants to help you to stay on course. The author's intention: help you to burn away everything in your life that is currently standing in the way between you and your destiny. Life, no matter how long one has to live it, is relatively short. Every human being has a purpose to fulfill in this life but distractions, which come at us a mile a minute, make it difficult for us to stay focused and motivated. The 40 Day Fire will help you to keep your heart and mind in line with whom God has created you to be and with the vision that He has given to you, and only you, to fulfill.