Grow a Wildfire Faith That Will Endure Anything
by Carol Kent;
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Throughout history, God has used the image of fire to represent his awesome power: the burning bush, the pillar of fire, the flaming sword guarding Eden, the eyes of the Son upon the throne. Faith too can be a flame. Sometimes it is an early spark, at other times a raging bonfire, and at still other times red-hot coals. Or, perhaps the readers faith has waned to nothing more than cold gray ashes, quenched by the storms of life.
Whatever the condition of their faith, readers will discover how to draw nearer to the fire of Gods eternal flame and nurture their faith. There are truths to cling to, practices to turn to and Gods mercy to fall upon. There is hope and help. Unquenchable encourages readers to not lose hope, but instead to endure, to thrive, and to once again burn with a wildfire faith that will take their breath away.
Popular speaker and bestselling author of When I Lay My Isaac Down, Carol Kent takes readers into the Word of God and into their own stories, revealing the powerful fire that God has placed inside each of them. As they fan the flame of their faith, readers will be refined and reformed by the purifying love of God. Their faith will come roaring to life, an unstoppable force for good in a world that is so eager to put out godly passion.
Unquenchable by Carol Kent was published by Zondervan in February 2014. The ISBN for Unquenchable is 9780310330998.
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|Page last updated||25th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Carol Kent|
|Publisher||Zondervan (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||224|