Honey from the Rock: Spiritual Refreshment from the Rock of Ages

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Kregel Academic - Religion - 223 pages
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Fifty-two studies from the Old and New Testaments for devotional reading or sermon preparation.

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Ivor Powell (1910-1998) was a pictoral preacher; that is, he took a passage of Scripture, expounded on it, and painted a "picture" of the event so that the reader/listener could "see" what had ... Read full review

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Contents

Gods Remedy for Tension
121
What Happened When Christ Went to Church
127
JesusWho Ruined a Dinner Party
133
JesusWho Told Great Stories
139
SoThe Shortest Big Word in Scripture
145
ChristWho Is the Bread of Heaven
151
The SaviorWho Often Spoke about Himself
157
Simon Peter and His Great Fishing Stories
165

EzraWho Carried Gold through a Land of Bandits
57
PeopleAnd the Evolution of Music
62
The Pursuit of HappinessOr How to Be Blessed by God
68
The Changing Face of God
74
Turning Difficulties into Delights
80
The One Who Couldnt Praise God Enough
86
IsaiahWho Saw the Lord
92
The Danger of Keeping Back
99
The Eternal Reminders of Grace
106
The Greatest Need of Every Christian
116
JesusThe One and Only Saviour
171
PaulWho May Have Had a Wonderful Sister
177
Paul and His Thorn in the Flesh
183
Paul Tells Pastors What to Preach
189
Paul Summarizes His Illustrious Career
196
How to Win in Gods Olympic Games
202
John Writes to Mrs Somebody
208
GaiusThe Name Shared by Four Great Men
214
Scripture Text Index
220
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Page 103 - loved him, and said unto him, One thing thou lackest: go thy way, sell whatsoever thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come, take up the cross, and follow me. And he was sad at that saying, and went away grieved: for he had great possessions (Mark 10:21—22).
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