31 Dec , 2014
What shall I ask for the coming year
What shall my watchword be
What should thou do for me, dear Lord
What can I do for thee?
Lord, I would ask for a holy year
Spent in thy perfect will
Help me to walk in thy very steps
Help me to please thee still.
Lord, I would ask for a trustful year
Give me thy faith divine
Taking my full inheritance
Making thy fulness mine!
Lord, I would ask for a year of love
O let me love thee best
Give me the love that faileth not
Beneath the hardest test.
Lord, I would ask for a year of prayer
Teach me to walk with thee
Breathe in my heart the Spirit’s prayer
Pray thou thy prayer in me!
Lord, I would ask for the dying world
Stretch forth thy mighty hand
Thy truth proclaim, thy power display
This year in every land.
Lord, I would ask for a year of joy
Thy peace, thy joy divine
Springing undimmed through all the days
Be thy days of shade or shine.
Lord, I ask for a year of hope
Looking for thee to come
And hastening on that year of years
That brings us home to you.
This beautiful 150-page Holy Land journal features the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on the cover. A perfect prayer journal, travel journal, memoir or study journal. Subtle lines and page numbering make it easy to track important events and dates. List key pages at the back. Excellent for Bible study. Record your journey and prayers for the future. A memorable birthday or holiday gift for loved ones and friends. High-gloss cover, 55-pound white paper and a strong spine.
Ginger Payne’s book Blessings, My Child offers a spiritual tool for busy parents:
• 101 biblically-based messages of love from God that nourish the soul of the young reader—and its corresponding Scripture
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• 101 full-color illustrations that engage the young reader and provide material for further discussion
• Written so children 6-10 years old can read it out loud.
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Habits die hard. What’s more is that habits can be formed! Did you ever think of giving as a habit? When people think of giving, the automatic reflex is to think of monetary gifts. But giving is so much more than that. Giving at its core is an act of love… a natural reflex, a habit that can be developed and when developed can become an addiction. If you are tired of books about “tithing” but rather want to understand what it means to “give,” and the role of giving in a Christian’s life, this book Addicted to G.I.V.I.N.G: The Habit of Handover is the answer you have sought a long time.
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Melanie Peters is a good girl, as good girls go. Never doing anything bad, other than a little mischief with her best friend, Carol. So, why would one of Lucifer’s lackeys be so interested in her? Interested to the point of killing her in the most ridiculous way imaginable and sending her to the “Gates of St. Peter” earlier than they are expecting her(…..)
Here I am Lord” is a book comprised of 35 essays written and posted as blog posts over a two year period. It is a refreshing alternative to conventional “daily devotion” ensembles, and is ideal for the Christian who likes to read without a specific schedule in mind. With captivating titles such as “Can You Hear Me Now”, “Identity Theft” and “The Magnificent Seven” the book promises to offer the reader many enjoyable and interesting moments of reading while drawing closer to the Lord.