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A Great Resource to Study BIble Prophecy

Thomas Nelson Pulisher sent me a copy of John Hagee's NKJV ProphecyStudyBible, asking me to share an unbiased review.  If you are interested in studying prophecy from Genesis to Revelation, this edition of the Bible will impress you.  Here are samples of some of the study helps in this BIble:


An introduction to Prophets and ProphecyAn outline and reading about the end timesTop 20 Questions about Bible Prophecy  from "How can I know Bible propecy is accurate" to "What role does Israel play in th eend times" to "What are the 5 different views on the rapture".  Hagee answers each question with scripture and the explanation of scripture.Diamonds for Daily Living - 40 one-page devotions scattered throughout the book of Psalms.  He covers topics such as rest, faith, fear, protection, and spiritual fitness.God's Great Promises - articles that explain the covenants God has made with Christians throughout the ages.  this explained some covenants that I had …

Keys for Healthy Living

1.Eat six times a day.  Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and three small snacks between meals.  Metabolism is key to weight maintenance or loss. 2.Serving sizes should be the size of your fist. 3.Drink at least 64 ounces of water a day. 4.Try to get 8 hours of sleep a night. 5.Try to get at least 15 to 20 minutes of uninterrupted walking in per day. [the more the better] 6.Remember to tell someone what you are thankful for and tell those you love that you love them. [powerful words] 7.Say thank you and please.  [more powerful words] 8.Read a good book. 9.Make time for your family and yourself every week.  [if you need to schedule it, then schedule it. 10.Help someone in need.  [the best gift you can give someone and yourself is the act of giving]

from Rob Brooks

Wanna learn more about Martin Luther?

Check out this new book!  Luther and Katharina
Wow!  I loved this book!  I didn't want to put the book down!  
It's the perfect historical fiction book,  combining elements of history with fiction in a seamless and believable tale. Jody Hedlund did a lot of research on Martin Luther's life in order to write this book and it paid off with a 5 star read. I enjoyed learning more about church decisions, church politics, and traditions from this era. I appreciate the character struggles with faith, guilt, lov

Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World

I just previewed a new book titled, "Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World" by Kristen Welch.  It's a great parenting resource, and I'm thrilled to share it with you! 

From the author's website:
No one plans to raise a selfish child or spoiled brat. Every parent dreams of their child being selfless, generous, and appreciative. But it’s challenging to raise a grateful child in a culture that has a hard time saying no. We love our kids and want to give them the world. How do we say no to our child when “every other child” gets “everything they want?” Kristen Welch, author of We are THAT family and founder of Mercy House, is learning the way to give the world to her children is by giving them perspective. She’s discovered the ultimate yes in bringing up faith-filled kids who love God and others. It’s never too late to raise grateful kids. With Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World, get ready to cultivate a spirit of genuine gratitude in your family and create …