Essays on Faith covers a variety of subjects from a biblical perspective. The author covers such diverse subjects as church growth and sanctification. Christians have questions about God's will, calling and plans for the individual. Fletcher opens Scripture in an expository style to help them see the answers to these questions as revealed in God's word. He explains the meaning of the scriptures to the original hearers; in the process we see the way those passages apply to us today. While knowing God's will, understanding our calling and seeing that God does truly have a plan for us as individuals may be exciting, Fletcher also examines some topics that may not be quite so comfortable. He takes a close look at pride and the myriad of subtle ways it infiltrates our lives. At times, God's children get out of line and must face his discipline. An examination of the relevant scripture helps us understand that discipline is real but always for the good of the Christian. Essays on Faith is a devotional book offering the reader a deeper understanding of God's word, his calling, will and purpose for our lives. Reading and applying it to our lives will lead to greater spiritual growth.
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|Size: ||315 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781629027357 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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