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Give Thanks by Dr LaDonna Osborn – Paperback

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The Lord inspired Dr. LaDonna C. Osborn to write this pocket size book Give Thanks. She creates the acronym of the word THANKSGIVING to remind us of what thanksgiving truly is, and why we must maintain a thankful heart.

-T – Transgression Remitted
-H – Health Renewed
-A – Authority Regained
-N – Name Recorded
-K – Kinship Restored
-S – Song Returned
-G – Guilt Removed
-I – Inferiority Replaced
-V – Value Restated
-I – Inspiration Reignited
-N – Nature Reborn
-G – Gospel Revealed

A Good Word – Perpetual/Flip Calendar

Highlights:

The writer of Psalms understood the power of meditating on God’s word-to dwell on His truth and promises. This special DaySpring Day Brightener celebrates the power of some of Scripture’s most intriguing language. Each week of this 366-day calendar will focus on one particular word and the ways that word is used in Scripture. You’ll be surprised as the beauty of God’s heart shines through in new ways when you take a look at Bible verses from this unique perspective. Chances are, you’ll find yourself uttering more than once… “Now that’s a good word! DaySpring Christian cards and gifts give you just the right ways to express your faith.

  • Powder-coated spiral binding and easel stand perfect for desk or tabletop use
  • Full-color pages, 80# paper
  • Colorful, embossed details on a durable padded cover
  • Reusable year after year
  • Great for devotional use or daily inspiration

Experiencing God – Perpetual Calendar

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From Richard Blackaby, Henry Blackaby, and Claude King’s book that has impacted millions of people, our ‘Experiencing God’ 365-day perpetual calendar offers a year-long journey—a journey you may allow to be an experience with God. Be remade, reoriented, and restored from the frustration of what you may have known as stale religion.

Carefully listen to His voice, let it anchor you in His plan, and set you free to live it with boldness and freedom.

  • Experience God on a year-long journey
  • Filled with Scripture and excerpts from the book, Experiencing God, by Richard Blackaby, Henry Blackaby, and Claude King
  • Designed with easel for desktop
  • Experiencing God perpetual calendar
  • 366 inspirational messages
  • Assorted Scripture text
  • Padded cover
  • Spiral binding
  • Easel stand
  • Size: 5 1/2″ x 5 1/4″ x 1 1/4″

 

Job – Bible Study Kit: A Story of Unlikely Joy Paperback – July 2, 2018

Highlights:

Joy is the constant companion of the woman who trusts in the Lord. And while you can find it in friends, family, and circumstances, unfailing, persistent joy will only ever overflow from your relationship with Jesus.

Just ask Job, the man from Uz who clung to God’s goodness while all his worldly joys were stripped away.

But how is it possible to hold onto such joy in times of sorrow?

In this 7-session study, discover the redemptive facet of Job’s suffering. Learn to view pain as a way to strengthen your faith, point others to the gospel, and trust in the Lord. Because His providence will never take you to a place where His grace will not sustain you.

Use this Study Kit alone, with your family, friends, or fellowship.

Leader Kit includes:

  • One Bible study book with personal study segments to complete between 7 weeks of group sessions and the leader helps to lead discussion within small groups
  • 3 DVDs with enriching teaching videos, approximately 20-45 minutes per session
  • Card with 3 additional digital downloads of teaching videos

Benefits:

  • Learn to trust in God’s character.
  • Repair past or current wounds.
  • Realize God welcomes your difficult questions.
  • Let go of complacent Christianity.
  • Pursue joy even in the midst of personal pain.

Video Sessions:

Session 1: (36:41)—Lisa introduces the Book of Job and reminds us that while pain is relative, it is unavoidable. All of us will experience hardship in this life. And that pain we experience is a great conduit for God’s glory.

Session 2: (46:03)—In Session 2, Lisa moves into chapter three of Job, where we see Job erupt with emotion, cursing the day he was born. Lisa reminds that us that God can handle our emotions, and that we should pour out our hurting hearts honestly before Him.

Session 3: (42:32)—In the first part of Session 3, we get a look into the reaction of Job’s friends to his suffering. Initially, they were good comforters, but after Job expressed his pain, they became harsh and critical. In the second part of the video, Lisa points out from Job 13-14 Job’s continued faith and hope in God despite his circumstances.

Session 4: (28:40)—From Job’s pit of despair we hear him cry out some of the most famous words from the book of Job, “I know that my Redeemer lives.” In this session, Lisa will help us understand what those hope-filled words meant to Job and how we too can speak this truth in our despair.

Session 5: (43:13)—In Session 5, Lisa introduces us to Elihu, and uses his words to Job to point out the difference between shame and repentance. She makes it clear that shame keeps us trapped while repentance leads us to freedom. We also learn in this session that there is much God wants to teach us in our pain.

Session 6: (31:37)—In this session God enters the conversation. We’ll see that even though God’s words might sound harsh, He is inviting Job into the face-to-face conversation. Lisa points out that once Job saw God, that was enough for him. It should be the same for us.

Session 7: (22:19)—Lisa closes out the study by sharing a personal story of reconciliation and restoration that brought about an unlikely joy. She challenges us to not only be consumers of unlikely joy but carriers of it.

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