Encouraging Words For A Discouraging World
Life on earth isn’t easy. How do we reach for hope in the midst of a world that can be so discouraging? Encouraging Words for a Discouraging World, from beloved Bible teacher and author Dr. David Jeremiah, reveals the hope, purpose, and security that is ours because of the God we serve.
In this uplifting and insightful book, Dr. Jeremiah offers encouraging and inspiring words that will help you navigate the difficulties of daily life with faith, courage, and resilience. Drawing on decades of study as a pastor and teacher, Dr. Jeremiah shares practical insights and timeless wisdom from the Bible that will help you find hope, comfort, and strength in even the darkest of times. This book includes:
*Biblical examples of hope that will inspire you during challenging seasons
*Inspiring teaching on how to claim victory even in the hardest of times
*Practical wisdom for holding God’s promises in your heart
Whether you’re struggling with personal challenges, dealing with difficult relationships, or facing sadness and grief, Encouraging Words for a Discouraging World will help you find perspective, hope, and a renewed sense of purpose. With his trademark warmth, wisdom, and compassion, Dr. Jeremiah reminds us that even in the midst of chaos and uncertainty, we can trust in God’s love and grace to guide us through every challenge.
Whether you’re a long-time Christian or just beginning your spiritual journey, this book will inspire and uplift you with its timeless message and with biblical reminders of the hope that is ours because of who Christ is.
6 in stock (additional units can be purchased)
SKU (ISBN): 9781400211340
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: January 2024
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
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