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A More Excellent Way by Henry W. Wright
"Presents the case that the roots of psychological and biological diseases are spiritual, and provides advice on how to eradicate disease instead of treating symptoms"--Provided by publisher.
Exposing The Spiritual Roots Of Disease by Henry W. Wright
A Thoroughly Biblical and Compelling Case for Healing from the Best-Selling Author of A More Excellent Way Over thirty years ago, Dr. Henry Wright experienced major success in praying for people to be healed from disease. But suddenly the healing stopped. He began asking God why people weren’t being healed. Through a pursuit of God’s Word and truth, he began a lifelong journey of learning the spiritual roots of disease and blockages to healing. In this journey, he discovered that about 80 percent of all disease has a spiritual root issue and is a direct result of a breakdown in our relationship with God, ourselves, or others. Dr. Wright began teaching the biblical principles and truths he discovered and found great success in people’s healing and recovery. He has helped tens of thousands to experience wholeness in their lives. Every human being is a spirit with a soul living in a body. Therefore, this is not just about our physical health, although it greatly impacts our bodily well-being. It is about our identity in God and the freedom He desires to give us, extending from our spirits to our souls and bodies. In this book, Dr. Wright presents a thoroughly biblical and compelling case for healing. If you think you’ve read all you need to know about healing, it’s time to take another look! The author clearly shows that disease is not a random occurrence and that science and medicine have their limitations in dealing with the spiritual roots of illnesses that inflict millions. We need healing for spirit, soul, and body. If you have recently been diagnosed with an illness or have been struggling with your health for years, there is hope and healing ahead. “I am so thankful about these physical healings. However, I’m even more thankful for the inner peace and faith that I have been experiencing. [They are] beyond description.” —Sue from Maryland (healed of back pain, rheumatism, and high cholesterol) “His perfect will is that we don’t get sick. But once we’re sick, the provision has been made for healing. We just need to line up with the Word of God and be transparent, and everything takes care of the rest.” —Claudio (he and his wife healed of infertility; their newborn son healed of serious health issues)
A Still More Excellent Way by Joseph Durepos
In 1 Corinthians 12:31, St. Paul exhorts the early Christians in Corinth to follow "a still more excellent way." The "way" he is speaking of is love—genuine, selfless love. For Paul, the ultimate meaning and perfect example of this love is found solely in the crucified, risen, and reigning Christ. With unwavering devotion, Paul's post-conversion life was focused on one goal: to point people to Jesus so they, too, could experience the unsurpassed joy that Paul himself had come to know through his Lord. A Still More Excellent Way encourages and inspires readers through fifty-two brief selections from Paul's writings. Each Scripture selection—short enough to be easily memorized—is followed by a story or meditation that supports the verses. And although the apostle Paul evangelized in the first-century Roman world, author Joseph Durepos uses plenty of twenty-first-century cultural references to make the material highly relevant for people today. Equally appropriate for personal reflection or small-group study, A Still More Excellent Way is an excellent opportunity for anyone to draw closer to Jesus through the unabashedly Christ-centered message of St. Paul.
A More Excellent Way by Alban Goodier
Study Guide For A More Excellent Way by Henry W. Wright
This Study Guide is designed to sow seeds of knowledge into your hearts about a big problem. The problem is spiritual, psychological and biological disease and what we can do about it. One of our desires is to better equip mankind with respect to defeating and preventing disease and to show from God's perspective why mankind has disease. This Study Guide will help you apply the principles of the book A More Excellent Way to lead you into paths of healing and wholeness.
A More Excellent Way by Minister Bill
Purpose of book: Inspiration of the Heart and Mind A better understanding of how faith in God can enrich life.
The Most Excellent Way To Lead by Perry Noble
Speakers often use the words vision, boldness, and influence to describe the characteristics of effective leaders. Perry Noble, in The Most Excellent Way to Lead, makes the case that the heart of great leadership lies elsewhere. Perry, despite “winning” the label “least likely to succeed” in high school, beat the odds against him. Today, he inspires thirty-five thousand people every weekend to live for something greater than themselves. He credits this achievement to the leadership principles he has learned from the Bible. Surprisingly, the essence of leadership that produces genuine growth is buried in a Bible chapter often read at weddings. In this groundbreaking book, Perry walks us through that leadership chapter, describing the fifteen qualities of an inspirational leader. Whether you are an entrepreneur or a new parent, this book will encourage you to see every opportunity in life as a chance to lead in the “most excellent way.”
And Yet I Show You A More Excellent Way by Tom S Hanson
What does it mean to exemplify Christian love? In a society that is more self-centered than God-centered, it is hard to locate those who are demonstrating godly love to others, with pure hearts. However, when we believe Jesus is our salvation from sin, we are given help from the Holy Spirit to express this love to others. In the third book by author Tom Hanson, And Yet I Show You a More Excellent Way, understanding the Word of God, for what agape love from God is compared to human love, is sought. Tom provides biblical commentary on what God considers agape love, which is enhanced when a believer allows the Holy Spirit, the Helper, to come into their lives and relationships and re-direct them as vessels of God. With God at the forefront of our relationships with Jesus, guided by the Holy Spirit, we will embody Christian love to others.
Love by Chuck Smith
The loneliness of existence; the empty feeling of walking through life by yourself, searching for something greater-a purpose and a meaning! We all have trodden down this path at one time or another. All generations have had to grapple with this search-be it in the youth culture of today, the 1960s hippies, or the 1360s knights in shining armor. It doesn't matter what generation the person lived, the truth is we are all looking for love and meaning. One thinker has said that there is a God-shaped hole in each of us. Until we fill that hole with the love of God in Christ, we will continue to walk our journey lonely, empty, and confused. The good news is that God has demonstrated His love for us-sending Jesus to show us God's love, which is the more excellent way.
A Still More Excellent Way by Alexander Ross
For at least the past two decades, international Anglicanism has been gripped by a crisis of identity: what is to be the dynamic between autonomy and interdependence? Where is authority to be located? How might the local relate to the international? How are the variously diverse national churches to be held together ‘in communion’? "A Still More Excellent Way" presents a comprehensive account of the development and nature of metropolitical authority and the place of the ‘province’ within Anglican polity, with an emphasis on the contemporary question of how international Anglicanism is to be imagined and take shape. The first comprehensive historical examination of the development of metropolitical authority and provincial polity within international Anglicanism, the book offers hope to those wearied by the deadlock and frustration around questions of authority which have dogged Anglicanism.