Encouraging One Another
Sometimes we plod through life with our head down and our back bent under the weight of our load. We feel unimpressive, unkempt, unappreciated, and unneeded. Day in and day out, we push along, struggling to put our shoulders into it, give it a little elbow grease, and keep a stiff upper lip. God doesn’t want to leave us staggering under such weight of discouragement. Our Heavenly Father loves us so much He does His best to cheer us up and cheer us on. In this study readers will learn how God planned ahead for all their gloomy days, how He knows just when they need a little lift, and how He has arranged for encouragement to be right there waiting for them. They will discover how encouragement comes from little miracles from God’s own hand, how it comes from knowing His promises, and how it comes from fellow believers as they reach out and touch one another’s lives.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310682615
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: June 2016
Women Of Faith Study Guide – Nelson
Publisher: HarperChristian Resources
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