Why memorize the Bible? In our information-saturated society, with so many details to take in, the idea of memorizing Scripture can seem overwhelming—like one more task on a checklist. But pastor Joshua Choonmin Kang has discovered what happens when we do spend time memorizing God's Word: we grasp a larger, truer picture of God. We more closely and more often imitate Christ. We worship God "in Spirit and in truth." We're better able to fulfill God's mission. However, Pastor Kang also knows that memorizing Scripture isn't easy. The process itself, like the transformation it brings, doesn't happen overnight. Scripture by Heart is therefore his help for your growth in this important practice. He offers here 30 short devotional readings that motivate you to memorize God's Word spiritual practices interspersed throughout that teach you how to memorize specific help for persevering when you feel stuck or overwhelmed a step-by-step approach that roots Scripture in your mind and heart There is no substitute for God's Word and no shortcut to having it dwell in us. But there is help here for the journey. Pastor Kang's words and wisdom can guide you into a new relationship with the living Word, and the God it reveals.
Want help memorizing Scripture amid the busyness of life? His Word in My Heart is a classic on how to best memorize Scripture. Rather than memorizing random scattered verses with fragmented truth, try memorizing sequential verses in their contexts, achieving a more accurate and complete picture of God. Speaking from practical experience, Janet Pope shares how her life was changed by the process of thinking and meditating on specific truths learned by memorizing Scripture. In His Word in My Heart, Janet reveals how she trained herself to incorporate Scripture memorization into her daily routines. In this updated classic, Janet Pope will share practical tips and strategies—including how to harness technology—to enable you to start memorizing the living Word today. This book is a must-read for those who hunger for God and want to discipline their minds and trade their thoughts for His.
"Today, we will not allow the past to rob us of all the blessings that God has for us. God's love heals the losses and hurts from the past. We can choose to grasp His promises as our own." -Diane M. Boll You long to set aside the burdens of the past and gain a sense of emotional balance, but you don't know how to get rid of the anger and stress that's keeping you stuck. Whether you're just beginning your journey, or are somewhere in the middle of it, From God's Heart to Mine will shine the light of self-discovery on the path ahead. Learn how to: Identify triggers that cause you to react in unhealthy ways Overcome unhealthy thought patterns Fix God's Word deep in your heart and mind Turn your emotional struggles into triumphs With titles such as Fear, Boundaries, Responsibility, Security, and Maturity, each of the forty-four short chapters weaves together solid clinical advice with a sound Christian perspective. Packed with deep insight, practical scriptures, and room to journal your feelings, From God's Heart to Mine is guaranteed to bring a life-saving hope to bruised hearts, and the freedom to experience an emotionally healthy and satisfying life.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11 Your devotional time is precious as you draw near to the Lord and experience His love in your life. The Beautiful Word Devotional is the perfect companion to help you experience His goodness through His Word as beautifully lettered Scripture. This devotional includes: 182 verses illustrated in full color Special places to write your own reflections Warm devotions for each day of the year Dive into 365 devotions to nurture your spirit and encourage your heart as God’s Word washes over you with its promises. With lovely devotions and inspiring images, The Beautiful Word Devotional will refresh your heart daily as you seek to enjoy God’s Word in a creative way.
Popular author and scholar Dr. Scott Hahn has released a collection of essays on the study and interpretation of Scripture from a Catholic perspective. Aptly titled Scripture Matters: Essays on Reading the Bible from the Heart of the Church, Dr. Hahn takes a penetrating look into the depths of Scripture, showing the reader how to uncover its many layers of meaning and inspiration. Scripture Matters serves both as an instructional guide to reading the Bible and as a delightful meditation on the grandeur of God's Word. Dr. Hahn effectively illustrates his discussion with the writings of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Josemaria Escriva, Cardinal Ratzinger, and other exemplary scholars of Scripture who truly speak "from the heart of the Church.""
Author: Lynne Bundesen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2007-03-30
The second edition of this popular text has been thoroughly updated to reflect contemporary developments in small business and entrepreneurship and its applications to Australasian organisations. Entrepreneurship and small business management are two very close and often overlapping disciplines. If entrepreneurship specifically refers to the dynamic process of creating a new business venture, small business management generally addresses various issues in organising and operating a small business. In practice however, a large part of the textbooks contents from both disciplines tend to cover similar issues such as small business start–up (starting from scratch, buying an existing business or operating a franchise), developing a business plan, selecting a legal form of organisation, marketing research and organising and financing the new venture. Features New! Four end–of–book cases profiling Australasian entrepreneurs. Each case represents a different region covering Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore. The companies profiled are within industries of interest to students including branded fitness programs, automatic video production and specialist healthcare. Each case is accompanied by comprehensive teaching notes. New! Accompanying local video cases and activities for instructors. The videos are closely tied to each end–of–book case, providing visual support to assist students’ understanding. Comprehensive text website including Instructor’s Resource Guide and Power Point slides The geographic markets for the book are both Australasia (Australia and New Zealand) and South East Asia (Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore). As an increasing amount of goods, capital and people move between these two regions, this text will provide the reader with a better regional understanding of this environment. The ‘What would you do?’ feature presents a scenario in which an entrepreneur/small business manager needs to respond to a problem or situation. The ‘Entrepreneur profile’ in every chapter profiles Australian, New Zealand and Asia–Pacific entrepreneurs and small business leaders. The end–of–chapter case study profiles an entrepreneurial approach and/or small business management issue in the Pacific Rim.
Author: Gary Smalley
Publisher: Tyndale House
Release Date: 2014-02-27
Every thought you have creates or reinforces already-created negative or positive beliefs in your heart. These beliefs are the main controllers of our thoughts, words, and actions, which in turn form our emotions. The key to having a high-quality life is to create beliefs within your heart that control your behavior. In this interactive 12-week companion workbook to the Guarding Your Child’s Heart DVD, Dr. Gary Smalley presents how-to steps, engaging questions, practical exercises, and fun activities to help the whole family memorize and meditate on key Scriptures. Also available: Guarding Your Child’s Heart DVD (ISBN 9781615216338) and Guarding Your Child’s Heart Family Kit (ISBN 9781617470318).
Author: David M. Carr
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date: 2005-03-10
This book explores a new model for the production, revision, and reception of Biblical texts as Scripture. Building on recent studies of the oral/written interface in medieval, Greco-Roman and ancinet Near Eastern contexts, David Carr argues that in ancient Israel Biblical texts and other texts emerged as a support for an educational process in which written and oral dimensions were integrally intertwined. The point was not incising and reading texts on parchment or papyrus. The point was to enculturate ancient Israelites - particularly Israelite elites - by training them to memorize and recite a wide range of traditional literature that was seen as the cultural bedorck of the people: narrative, prophecy, prayer, and wisdom.
Author: Rose A. Ingutia
Release Date: 2006-04-01
Worship in spirit and in truth has to be based on God's Word that regulates us on how we must worship Him. The foundation of the regulative principle of worship is found in the first two commandments. Self-styled worship is unacceptable to God, regardless of the good intentions. Worship based on the traditions of men which were inspired by Satan are used as a sword and a shield against the truth. In doing this they successfully execute that very purpose which Satan intends them to; that of a false and perverse worship shielded by obstinacy. A top priority in choosing a church to become a member should be based on no other criteria than that of a church that has its form of worship based on biblical principals.