The trials of two people who were brought together by a higher force, the only one who knew they needed one another, God.
Author: Debbie Lacy
The trials of two people who were brought together by a higher force, the only one who knew they needed one another, God. Ivy and Luke were both victims of unfortunate circumstances, cruelty, abuse, poverty, misrepresentation, imprisonment, tragedy, and death, which led them to hopelessness and despair. Callously judged as outcasts, neither of them knew what they were going to do. She needed a life and he was trying to reestablish one, yet their chances seemed very slim. Until one day, as both were running away from their troubles, miraculously fate presented itself in their association with one another but because of faith blessings evolved resulting in a beautiful and meaningful relationship.
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled gives you forty days of hope-filled meditations immersed in the teachings, stories, and prayers of Jesus.
Author: Harold Myra
Publisher: Our Daily Bread Publishing
We live in a chaotic world of rapid change, personal crisis, and global tragedy, where fear and anxiety are on the rise. Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled gives you forty days of hope-filled meditations immersed in the teachings, stories, and prayers of Jesus. Each day provides: Devotional thoughts on the intersection of the reader, the world, and Jesus A Bible-based prayer focused on a single chapter of Scripture One or two short lines to pray and consider throughout the day
Pastors, Lloyd-Jones readers, and anyone needing encouragement will benefit from this work by one of the twentieth century's foremost preachers.
Author: Martyn Lloyd-Jones
In 1951, with the Second World War not long over and the menace of the Cold War generating anxiety in the West, Martyn Lloyd-Jones preached eight sermons on John 14:1-12 at Westminster Chapel in London. These sermons, presented in Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled, were intended to comfort, strengthen, and build up Christians in their "most holy faith" and to bring unbelievers to a knowledge of the only way men and women can face matters of life and death. Lloyd-Jones went through these verses carefully, showing that the way to deal with our fears is first to recognize and confront them and then to realize that the answer is only to be found in the great and unchanging truths of the gospel. Pastors, Lloyd-Jones readers, and anyone needing encouragement will benefit from this work by one of the twentieth century's foremost preachers.
ust hours before he went to the cross, the Lord Jesus preached his final sermon
to his disciples. I am impressed by the tender way he began the message: “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's ...
Author: Michael L. Gowens
Spiritual "heart trouble" is a threat to every believer living in this world, but God has provided help in His word. Explore these various helps for your heart, both in terms of pastoral counsel and comfort, with the author. Besides general comfort from Holy Scripture, pastor Gowens offers specific counsel in individual chapters on Depression, Disappointment, Loneliness, Mistreatment, Grief, Guilt, and Fear.
by Deborah Ann Let not your heart be troubled, let not worry start your day for
Jesus came to give you a new and peaceful way. Let not concern unsettle you, let
not stress take its toll for Jesus is here to calm you and give quietness to your
Author: Keith Provance
Publisher: Word and Spirit Publishing
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled was written to offer hope, encouragement and strength to a world that is under constant assault mentally, emotionally, and physically. It s easy to get discouraged when faced every day with reports of shootings, terror attacks, and crimes committed against innocent people. BUT there is an answer for those who battle fear, anxiety and depression on a daily basis. Jesus taught that we have the ability to choose His peace, His joy, His love. Chapters are formatted topically to deal with issues such as loss, discouragement, and weariness. Scriptures, quotes, meditations and prayers are included to give answers to impossible questions of life and the challenges that lie ahead. This uplifting book is packaged to fit in a purse or pocket and is a welcome gift to friends and family who are struggling to find peace.
Author: Columbia International UniversityPublish On: 2012-08-15
In this classic book, the founder of Columbia International University, Robert C. McQuilkin, writes about the timeless appeal of the fourteenth chapter of John.
Author: Columbia International University
Publisher: Columbia International University
In this classic book, the founder of Columbia International University, Robert C. McQuilkin, writes about the timeless appeal of the fourteenth chapter of John. Down through history, Christians have been drawn to the message "let not your heart be troubled." McQuilkin expounds on the abundant resurrection life that is so evident in this passage of Scripture. "John fourteen," he writes, "is a revelation of life from Him who is the Life."
This study identifies and analyzes the historical forces and factors responsible for the present situation in Liberia, and the role of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in resolving the conflict.
Author: Ruth W. Sanders
Category: Political Science
This study identifies and analyzes the historical forces and factors responsible for the present situation in Liberia, and the role of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in resolving the conflict. It is anchored in two fundamental perspectives: (a) the present crisis in Liberia can be traced to the historical conditions at the time of the country's founding and the patterns of leadership that existed in the country; (b) the regional collective security dimension of the conflict in Liberia within which the peacemaking and peacekeeping operations and the overall management of the conflict should be studied and evaluated. This dissertation argues that the crisis today is the result of an undemocratic process of governance, which polarized Liberians between the self-styled "Americo-Liberians" and the marginalized "natives." This hegemonic domination of life in Liberia was unchallenged until the coup d'etat led by Samuel K. Doe in 1980. The renewed emphasis on liberalization and reform policies of President William R. Tolbert created the circumstances that led to the 1980 coup d'etat that removed President Tolbert from power. It subjects Tolbert's policies to a critical and theoretical analysis and argues that failure to implement what was originally promised to the majority of Liberians led to the political breakdown of the 1980's. Related to this argument is the point that the collapse of the Liberian state led to a state of lawlessness and the growth of private armies vying to capture the state. This study examined the various historical, political, and economic developments that shaped Liberia and set the stage for the present conflict. The breakdown has also necessitated the intervention of the West African States of ECOWAS under the auspices of the Economic Community Of Cease-Fire Monitoring Group (ECOMOG). The study analyzed the key developments in the Liberian conflict especially with special reference to the role ECOWAS\ECOMOG. The study concludes that Liberia's legitimacy and sovereignty can once again be restored and recognized by the international community, if President Taylor and the various rebel factions (many of whom are now opposition political parties) were to cooperate with ECOMOG's efforts to resolve the genocidal civil conflict. The random killing of Liberians by these factions from December 24, 1989 up to the ECOMOG sponsored elections of July 19, 1997 is like some other African and international civil conflicts, which has been viewed by this study as "The Killing Fields." ECOMOG's patient but determined endeavors to liberate Liberia and its people from the needless crisis must be the highest hope for all Liberians. In addition, Liberians at home and abroad are the actual cornerstones for assisting the ECOMOG's peace process, national rehabilitation, reconstruction, and recovery. This study predicts that the success of ECOMOG in the Liberian civil conflict will not only create a stable environment for peace and democracy in Liberia, but will also create a model of peacekeeping in Africa. This will have a profound impact on peace and cooperative security in the West African sub-region in particular, and in Africa in general.
This is the first piece of heart-trouble which Jesus Christ hath forbidden, let not your heart be troubled, that is, not filled and overcome with worldly sorrow, what
your losses and. crosses be, let not your sorrow go beyond its lawful bounds;
Author: Dr. Travis S. HolmesPublish On: 2011-06-17
Week 50 Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled John 14:1 Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. This scripture offers us a cure for
worrying. Worrying causes our hearts to be troubled and causes us to experience
Author: Dr. Travis S. Holmes
Publisher: Author House
This is book written to encourage the believer to seek a deeper relationship with the Lord and the sinner and backslider to come and return to Jesus Christ. John 6:38, “All that the Father giveth to me; and him that cometh to me I will no wise cast out.” (KJV) The devotional book encouraged the reader to come to Jesus Christ. Coming Jesus Christ is indicating we need, desire, and want a relationship with the Lord. He will supply all of our needs when we simply just “Come to Jesus”. It is extremely important and essential that we have sound, solid, and strong relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. My hope is that reader will be encouraged and find some key practical and spiritual principles help him/her through some trying, difficult, or perplexing times. There is no greater source of power than the word of God. Through receiving the word of God, I hope and believe that the reader will become stronger and able to do what God is calling him/her to do. It is my prayer that reader will find God and learn to treasure the richness of His Holy Word in his/her heart.
Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me. 2. In my
Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to
prepare a place for you, 3. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come
FAITH IN GOD AND CHRIST A SOVEREIGN REMEDY AGAINST ALL
TROUBLES . Let not your heart be troubled : ye believe in God , believe also in
me . - John , xiv . 1 . Behold here the love and care that our great Master had of
his scholars ...
Let not your heart be troubled : ye believe in God , believe also in Me . SERM .
XLII . BEHold here the love and care that our great Master had of His scholars
and disciples ; He did not love to see their heads hang down , their countenances