Isaiah 58:11

Isaiah 58:11
The LORD will guide you continually, giving you water when you are dry and restoring your strength. You will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring.
Isaiah 58:11

After Thought

sbp_post_quotes_open
What a wonderful promise for all who need a time of refreshing.
sbp_post_quotes_closing
~ Pastor Bob
Suggested Products

Guidance

Free To Be Wise by Kirk Youngblood

Free To Be Wise
by Kirk Youngblood

How can I know God’s will for my life? Should I expect God to reveal it to me mystically, or has He already revealed His wisdom in Scripture, which enables me to be wise in my decision making? What faulty methods should I avoid in making decisions, and how can I apply biblical wisdom? Far too many have been paralyzed with indecision because they are looking for a mystical inside track to a new revelation from God. In Free to Be Wise: A Guide to Biblical Decision Making, Kirk Youngblood explains how you can avoid the common pitfalls of using a mystical approach to biblical decision making. You will be liberated to follow the wisdom God has already revealed in His Word. Youngblood has thoroughly researched this topic and explains the mysticism versus wisdom paths to learning God’s will for your life in a clear and easy-to-understand manner.

Physical Ailment & Healing

 God's Healing Promises by Charles And Francis Hunter

God’s Healing Promises
by Charles and Francis Hunter

Sometimes Jesus, with a gentle touch, compassionate look, or strong command, brought about the miraculous. But the one thing that always accompanied healing was a simple word spoken by Jesus. Saturate yourself in these healing Scriptures and experience the promise––and power––of His Word.

Rest

 When I Relax I Feel Guilty by Tim Hansel

When I Relax I Feel Guilty
by Tim Hansel

In our no-fun, all-work, too-intensive world of demands and deadlines, Tim Hansel’s WHEN I RELAX I FEEL GUILTY is required reading. To all who find themselves caught in a hurry-worry sin-drome. This book is recommended by Chuck Swindoll; he suggests that you take your time and read it slowly, to tell yourself the truth. Allow the words in this book to break the spell of monotonous and mediocre existence. Who knows? You may get so relaxed you’ll have to cancel your plans for a nervous breakdown!
Share This

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.