Jesus Lives Devotional (Hardback) Hardback
Seeing His Love in Your Life
by Sarah Young;
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Jesus Lives Devotional (Hardback)
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‘Jesus Lives’ is a gift style devotional book with a presentation page to make this collection of thoughts and reflections - from the author of the hugely popular ‘Jesus Calling’ – ideal as an award, commemorative gift, farewell memento or heartfelt thank you.
Sarah Young gives you 180 devotions making for a half year of personal reflection study with themes including assurance, the future, hope, intimacy with God, endurance, faith, sufficiency, weakness, worry, trust and victorious living. Following the successful format of ‘Jesus Calling’ Sarah’s unique presentation is focused through a refreshing first person narrative where you will find and recognise the powerful, all-inclusive, never-changing love of Jesus.
Opening with the words from Romans 8:38-39: “Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height not depth, nor anything else in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” - The author captures, as no other devotional, a heartfelt tone and feeling with the spirit of love for and through a deeper relationship God.
Sarah Young is quietly leading thousands of women worldwide on a journey of intimacy with Christ. Sarah has a philosophy degree from Wellesley College, a counselling degree from Georgia State University, a Master's degree from Tufts University, and studied with Francis Schaeffer's L'Abri Fellowship. Sarah and her husband have travelled around the world planting churches and counselling, and they currently reside in Australia.
Jesus Lives Devotional (Hardback) by Sarah Young was published by Thomas Nelson in May 2012 and is our 7637th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Lives Devotional (Hardback) is 9781400320943.
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Featuring Bible verses and a reflection from the perspective of Jesus - writing directly to the reader this devotional is designed to connect on a personal level.
These inspirational devotions are both encouraging and uplifting, written to enrich your personal walk with the Lord whatever struggles or blessings you may be experiencing.
Sarah Young is the author of the highly successful Jesus Calling brand which has sold over 3.8 million units. As a committed church planter and counselor, Sarah Young and her husband have traveled around the world leading millions of people to a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
"This book is making me want more. It's making me want that personal, intimate time with God daily. It will be on my nightstand. It will be a daily reminder of the love Jesus has for each and every one of us. It will be read aloud to my children. I will give copies to friends for gifts."
"In "Jesus Lives," as in "Jesus Calling," Sarah Young shares writings from her personal prayer and devotion time. Her messages are unique in that she focuses on Christ's presence, writing what she believes He is saying to her each day. As a result, the devotionals are written as if spoken by Christ which makes them especially personal and meaningful."
"Well written and encouraging. Seems to hit the heart of Christian struggles. I like that she writes most of the devotionals through Christ & Gods perspective and encouragement. She uses 3-4 scriptures on each devotional."
Details for Jesus Lives Devotional (Hardback)
|Page last updated||24th July 2013|
|Author / Artist||Sarah Young|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||359|