The principles of the Kingdom of God contained in this book help you to harness your intellectual resources and spiritual virtues, providing a daily encouragement to trust God.
Author: Myles Munroe
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
You can become your best! One step at a time. One moment at a time. One day at a time. Myles Munroe keeps you focused on releasing your God-given potential. This awesome daily devotional will help keep you on track to becoming all that God has made you to be. The principles of the Kingdom of God contained in this book help you to harness your intellectual resources and spiritual virtues, providing a daily encouragement to trust God. Understand, maximize, and release your potential starting today!
Turn adversity into opportunity and grow your faith in God with 90 days of devotionals and daily readings from Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen.
Author: Joel Osteen
Publisher: Hachette UK
Turn adversity into opportunity and grow your faith in God with 90 days of devotionals and daily readings from Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen. In his #1 New York Times bestseller Your Best Life Now, Joel Osteen reassures readers that living life to the fullest potential is within their reach. Now, in this devotional, Joel prepares readers to embrace the life God intends for them to enjoy. Joel's 90 days of motivational thoughts, inspirational messages, and helpful Scripture verses will strengthen readers' faith in God, in others, and in themselves. By applying these truths, they will be able to rise above obstacles and live in health, abundance, and victory.
The potential-achieving principles in this devotional were taken from The One Year Uncommon Life Daily ... It's possible that instead of getting together every day for devotions, your family opts for a weekly devotional time.
Author: Tony Dungy
52 selections from Tony Dungy’s New York Times bestseller The One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge, now in a weekly format! With a reading for every week in the year, this book will lead you to go deeper in your work, with your family, and in your faith. Super Bowl–winning former head coach Tony Dungy shares keys to maximizing and achieving your true potential—you were created for an “uncommon life.” Perfect for sports teams, small groups, or personal reflection, The Uncommon Life Weekly Challenge books will show you how to create a life of real significance and impact in your world. Read all seven! The complete Uncommon Life Weekly Challenge series includes the following: Achieving Your Potential Building Your Team Developing Your Core Living Your Life’s Purpose Maximizing Your Influence Strengthening Your Faith Strengthening Your Family
Unleash God's Power in Your Life—Every Day of the Year Cindy Trimm ... enabling us to discover our divine purpose, maximize our best potential, and experience boundless abundance. ... 6 Commanding Your Morning Daily Devotional ...
Author: Cindy Trimm
Publisher: Charisma Media
In Commanding Your Morning Cindy Trimm helps readers achieve victory over their circumstances through spoken declarations that activate God’s power. The Commanding Your Morning Daily Devotional makes that message even more practical by giving them daily teaching, scriptures, and declarations that will empower them to start every day off right. Cindy writes in Commanding Your Morning that what begins with God has to end right. Anyone wanting a successful day will benefit from this practical devotional.
This 40-day journal and study guide will guide you through this book of wonderful self discovery and help you to put the concepts you learn into practice. Discover a whole new world: Use the questions to examine your current ideologies.
Author: Myles Munroe
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
In Rediscovering the Kingdom, Myles Munroe challenges all Christians to examine their ideologies and concepts. This 40-day journal and study guide will guide you through this book of wonderful self discovery and help you to put the concepts you learn into practice. Discover a whole new world: Use the questions to examine your current ideologies. Use the applications to retrain your daily walk. Use the meditations to change your worldview. This journal is designed to check both heart and mind as they bring Kingdom principles to bear in our daily walk. The philosophy of the Kingdom is made possible through the exercises and meditations, useful for self-study or in a group. Exposure to the ideologies is just the beginning---watch out for a new world of reality ahead.
A Daily Devotional John C. Maxwell ... If a team doesn't reach its potential, ability is seldom the issue. ... Once you have modeled a willingness to pay your own price for the potential of the team, you have the credibility to ask ...
Author: John C. Maxwell
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Applauded as one of the world's most popular leadership experts, John C. Maxwell distills many of his winning concepts and scriptural meditations into a daily devotional, following the phenomenally popular format of Grace for the Moment and Hope for Each Day. Delivered with his trademark style of confidence and clarity, Maxwell addresses a host of relevant topics including success, stewardship, teamwork, and mentoring.
It’s Still Possible by award-winning author Karen Moore includes: 100 devotions focused on possibility, hope, and faith Scripture verses and heartfelt prayers Reflections for deeper connection Readings for people encountering ...
Author: Karen Moore
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Nothing is impossible with God. Whether you are 15 or 85, God is still able to create greatness in your life. Building and mending relationships, navigating major life events, and new beginnings are all possible with Him. God not only knows your longings, He provides for them. It’s Still Possible by award-winning author Karen Moore includes: 100 devotions focused on possibility, hope, and faith Scripture verses and heartfelt prayers Reflections for deeper connection Readings for people encountering disappointment and discouragement, such as Believe the Impossible, It’s a New Day, and Abundant Life This is perfect for anyone who longs to draw closer to our generous Creator and feel uplifted and encouraged that with God anything is possible. It’s Still Possible is a great gift for Mother’s Day, International Friendship Day, birthdays, anniversaries, and even as a self-purchase. God promises us abundant joy—even in the middle of the mess. After all, in God’s hands, all things are possible.
Meeting God and hearing His Word in everyday experiences. A year of daily devotional thoughts Tony Elder ... The media warned us of the potential danger if some of these larger pieces of metal failed to burn up and actually hit our ...
Author: Tony Elder
Publisher: Elm Hill
This inspiring daily devotional will challenge you to grow in your relationship with the Lord while allowing Him to transform you into the Christlike person He calls you to be. Enhance your personal moments with God each day by being reminded of vital biblical truths which can be found imbedded in our everyday experiences. Hear God speaking through interactions with grandchildren, nature, the day’s headlines, holiday gatherings, and all the other common occurrences in life. Let these readings point you to further study in God’s Word, lead you to seeking God in prayer, and guide you into greater service for His kingdom. Here’s an excerpt from one of those daily messages: “Last weekend when I first saw a news report about a missing husband and wife, I thought it was an unfortunate and potentially tragic situation. But when I realized I actually knew the couple – that we had been fellow church members with this nice lady many years ago - the story really hit home. So I kept checking the news throughout the day to receive updates on the search for these missing persons. Isn’t that the way it often goes? We may hear about certain people, their situations and predicaments. We may respond with some degree of slight interest to genuine concern. But when it involves somebody we know, our own family, or ourselves, it really gets our attention and has a bigger impact on us. It reminds me of the time the prophet Nathan told King David about a man who had a great number of flocks and herds...Once David realized this story was about him, it deeply affected him, leading to heartfelt confession and repentance. Maybe there are some stories, facts, and truths in the Bible which we need to take more personally than we do. The general statements may affect us to some degree, but not as much as they should. In many cases we need to realize it’s talking about me and you. When the Bible declares that God so loved the world that He sent His Son, we should take it personally. God loves you. God cared enough about you to take such action. You are the one... When God’s Word calls believers to love others and be holy, He’s talking to you. When He commissions His followers to be His witnesses, to be lights in a dark world, and to share the gospel, He is sending you. You are the one. If God’s Word isn’t moving us and affecting us very deeply, maybe it’s because we’re looking at it as more of a textbook to be studied rather than as a personal letter to be received. Read the Bible, see yourself in its truths, and seek to hear what God wants to say to you.”
(A Daily Devotional Guide) John Graham. April—Day. 23. Text: Numbers 6:24-26 KJV “The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, ...
Author: John Graham
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Humanity must have food and drink each day in order to survival. Humanity must pause for a time of rest each day in order to maintain the strength to perform the task of the following day. Humanity must enter into some type of relationship with another person each day unless he began to feel isolated and inferior. Just as the physical and psychological aspects of man must have certain needs met each day, so must the spirit of man. We may go with the fl ow for awhile, but deep within the confi des of humanity is the soul. And that soul must experience and enjoy a renewal. Such renewal is found in a daily relationship with the Creator of life. Man must pause from his daily routine and purposefully focus on the Word of God which in turn will enrich, encourage and enable him to face each circumstance and condition that a days activities may confront him. The Bible declares, they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint (Isaiah 4):31 KJV). Within the pages of this daily devotional, you will fi nd strength, stability and satisfaction awaiting you each step of every day.
... and educational message that is taken up and referenced in church members ' everyday conversations with family , including in daily devotional sessions throughout the week . These everyday conversations hold the potential to incite ...
Author: Lindsay Ems
Publisher: MIT Press
How the Amish have adopted certain digital tools in ways that allow them to work and live according to their own value system. The Amish are famous for their disconnection from the modern world and all its devices. But, as Lindsay Ems shows in Virtually Amish, Old Order Amish today are selectively engaging with digital technology. The Amish need digital tools to participate in the economy—websites for ecommerce, for example, and cell phones for communication on the road—but they have developed strategies for making limited use of these tools while still living and working according to the values of their community. The way they do this, Ems suggests, holds lessons for all of us about resisting the negative forces of what has been called “high-tech capitalism.” Ems shows how the Amish do not allow technology to drive their behavior; instead, they actively configure their sociotechnical world to align with their values and protect their community’s autonomy. Drawing on extensive ethnographic fieldwork conducted in two Old Order Amish settlements in Indiana, Ems explores explicit rules and implicit norms as innovations for resisting negative impacts of digital technology. She describes the ingenious contraptions the Amish devise—including “the black-box phone,” a landline phone attached to a device that connects to a cellular network when plugged into a car’s cigarette lighter—and considers the value of human-centered approaches to communication. Non-Amish technology users would do well to take note of Amish methods of adopting digital technologies in ways that empower people and acknowledge their shared humanity.