THE FRUITFUL LIFE

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The Fruitful Life

Author : Jerry Bridges
ISBN : 9781617472060
Genre : Religion
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We want to live loving, joyful, anxiety-free lives. Yet how can we live in grace when we’re so busy battling our old patterns of behavior? Jerry Bridges explores the nine aspects of the “fruit of the Spirit” described in Galatians 5:22-23: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These qualities of character can truly mark our lives if we devote ourselves to a twofold pursuit: God-centeredness and God-likeness. Jerry shows us how to practice the fruit in daily life. When The Fruitful Life first released, Jerry said, “It was the book I had wanted to write that included everything I forgot and/or learned since The Pursuit of Holiness.”
Category: Religion

The Fruitful Life

Author : David Drury
ISBN : 1599713268
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Fruit is not optional. Healthy things grow and produce. It is as natural for a Jesus-follower as it is in nature. Unfortunately, many believers struggle to produce fruit. They don't reach out to unbelievers as they know they should. They lack fruit. The Fruitful Life will help you reimagine evangelism in terms of your own connection to God. Instead of just doing evangelism, youll learn to make the fruitful life a part of who you are all the time. During this 40 day journey youll find out how the following areas transform your fruitfulness in life: -Your connection to the vine (Jesus Christ) -The fruit of the Spirit -Your experiences in life -What you value the most -Your spiritual disciplines -How you multiply yourself If you're struggling with a lack of fruit in your life begin this journey today into what makes a life healthy and fruitful.
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Living The Fruitful Life

Author : Dianne Myers Haneke PhD
ISBN : 9781462410095
Genre : Religion
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“Who is God? What is He like? What does God desire us to become? How does He want us to live?” This yearlong devotional clarifies these questions for you by meditating on the fruit of the Spirit and ten parallel New Testament passages. It takes twenty-one days to make a habit—how about twenty-eight to thirty-one days of love, joy, peace? Might we better grasp God and His desires? Weekly focuses guide us closer to Almighty God. “This great guide to help us pray through the fruits of the spirit and understand them better. Practical actions guide us to see more of the fruit of God’s Spirit in our lives.” —Jeremy Story, President of Campus Renewal Ministries “Dianne Haneke is a long-time friend. I value her and her husband, John. They have lived Psalm 84:5–7, and Dianne’s book is able to help and inspire others on their life’s journey.” —Dr. George O. Wood, General Superintendent, General Council, Assemblies of God, Springfield, Missouri “We encourage you to embark on this devotional journey with Dianne as she shares words of wisdom to equip you to flourish in your Christian walk.” —Pastors Rob and Laura Koke, Shoreline Church, Austin, Texas “I have always enjoyed Dianne’s work. This devotional is well written and inspiring—making me look forward to my devotional time each day. I am encouraging all my parishioners to read it!” —David Scott, Pastor of Family of Hope Church, Saugerties, New York
Category: Religion

The Fruitful Filled Life

Author : Collane Lisa Caffey
ISBN : 9781504976701
Genre : Self-Help
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The Fruitful Filled Life is an exquisite, inspiring book that articulates how we as Christians can truly live a successful and victorious life. The fruitful blessings of love, peace, meekness, faith, goodness, gentleness, joy, temperance, and longsuffering that is revealed in the Holy Bible, is indicated in this book to help us walk holy and righteously before God. When we practice and live these nine fruitful blessings, we can live the filled fruitful life that God has intended for us to live. The fruitful blessings in this book will articulate how we as Christians should live and treat one another. It also includes two bible characters in the fruitful blessings chapters 2-10. In addition, this book will also reveal in chapters 2-10, inspirational scriptures that are encouraging for our daily Christian walk. Also, in these 9 chapters are extraordinary poetries of these nine fruitful blessings, and warmhearted felt prayer poetries. Finally, the heart of the book in Chapter 11 reveals God's wonders and glory at its' best.
Category: Self-Help

Principles Of A Fruitful Life

Author : STEPHEN IFEKOYA
ISBN : 9781491875544
Genre : Religion
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Principles of a Fruitful Life is a book written in the midst of a revelation to urge every Christian to strive and become fruitful in life. It identifies that Fruitfulness is a subject that must be addressed by all and sundry who desire to fulfill purpose. And that the kingdom of God has accomplished so much in other areas of the business of the kingdom, but when we consider individuals’ fruitfulness, we are lagging behind. It suggests that more practical programs that will emphasize the principles involved in bearing fruit should be planned so that the vision of God for His kingdom can become a reality. This book presents the following as the principles involved in living a fruitful life: • Abiding in the Vine • Cleansing through the Word of God • Understanding the voice of the Master • Walking in God’s commandment of love • Walking in what God has ordained for your life The principles outlined are secrets exposed to bless anyone who strives to be relevant in the program of God for His kingdom. If you have such a godly desire, this is a book you must read.
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The Secret To Fruitful Life

Author : Samuel Stone
ISBN : 9781602666337
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Stone leads readers through the eight progressive steps of personal and social transformation that lead to a fruitful life. (Practical Life)
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Benjamin Beddome

Author : Jason C. Montgomery
ISBN : OCLC:1085680706
Genre : Baptists
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The Fruitful Vine

Author : Robert Hichens
ISBN : 9781434483164
Genre : Fiction
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Robert Smythe Hichens (1864-1950) was an English journalist and novelist of note. Born in Speldhurst in Kent, he was educated at Clifton College, the Royal College of Music, and the London School of Journalism. He wrote lyrics for music, stories, and collaborated in successful plays. He is best remembered for his satire on Oscar Wilde, The Green Carnation (1894) and his novels that were made into films, including "The Garden of Allah" (1905) and "The Paradine Case" (1933) as well as the frequently anthologized story, "How Love Came to Professor Guildea."
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La Devocion A Dios En Accion The Practice Of Godliness

Author : Jerry Bridges
ISBN : 8496562433
Genre : Religion
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This book is a modern-day classic of foundational Christian principles. Each chapter examines godly character traits--such as humility, joy, and love--that identify those who walk, talk, and breathe His presence.
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The Fruitful Darkness

Author : Joan Halifax
ISBN : 9780802199638
Genre : Religion
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Buddhist teacher and anthropologist Joan Halifax delves into "the fruitful darkness" — the shadow side of being, found in the root truths of Native religions, the fecundity of nature, and the stillness of meditation. In The Fruitful Darkness, a highly personal and insightful odyssey of the heart and mind, she encounters Tibetan Buddhist mediators, Mexican shamans, and Native American elders, among others. In rapt prose, she recounts her explorations — from Japanese Zen meditation to hallucinogenic plants, from the Dogon people of Mali to the Mayan rain forest. Grove Press is proud to reissue this important work by one of Buddhism's leading contemporary teachers.
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