In this daily devotional, the author encourages readers to immerse themselves in the Word of God while not letting their surroundings distract them. (Motivation)
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Life is a journey. Things you surround yourself with will determine whether you get to your expected end or not. In your daily walk, do not let your surroundings distract you. Encourage yourself in the Word of God each day and your surroundings will not derail your journey to the expected end. The word that carried you through yesterday may not be the one to carry you through today. Devote time to the Word of God daily and He will draw nearer to you. Carry the word in you and the word will carry you through. Get up and get going, for the Word of God is life. Faith Prescription - A Practical and Relevant Devotional for Your Daily Journey. Taskmasters in your life are not excluded from bringing more pain, but they are a process to your gain. Discouragement will lead to fear; fear will sink faith. Insist on your miracle; resist fear, persist in expectation, and manifestation will have its place. Babatunde started his journey in the western part of Nigeria. He was born into a Christian family. In 1986, he had a Word encounter and came out of religion into Jesus-reality. He leads a number of prayer intercessory groups both in the U.S. and Canada. He founded FaithPrescription Ministry in 2005 and operates in both the U.S. and Canada. The ministry is responsible for ministering the Word of God around the world through a monthly Christian magazine, and daily devotional messages through its website (http: //www.faithprescription.com). He holds two Masters Degrees: Special Education with Serious Emotional Disturbance from the George Washington University, and International Relations, Morgan State University Baltimore. 'Tunde' worked successfully as a teacher and Program Administrator (principal) at schools for special needs and as a consultant in the Washington Metropolitans area for number of years.
The Friend of God "And the scripture was fulfilled which saith, Abraham believed God, and it was imputed unto him for righteousness: and he was called the Friend of God." (James 2:23) In every instance where you find the word "believe" in either testament, it involves trust, obedience, fidelity, and behavior. To believe and not conform to that belief is unbelief! James is plain-spoken, allowing little room for modern word parsers to twist his meanings. In another verse, James plainly says faith without works is dead. If we are to believe James, then it's clear that faith and belief prescribe submission for our own good to the loving rule of divine authority, else they are--dead! The Prescription is not intended to be an entertaining storybook; rather it is a study book teaching righteous government. It is a commentary on those aspects of the books of Moses that pertain mostly to godly government; personal, community, institutional, and state government. Although it addresses some religious aspects, its focus is upon the underlying principles of conduct which are both universal and eternal, whether one agrees with them or not. Wherever there are two or more in close proximity, there must be understanding and agreement in order to maintain harmony, without which either tyranny or anarchy will rule by force. Anyone who disregards God's loving instructions for righteous behavior cannot rightly call himself the friend of God. This malady can be remedied by applying godly principles revealed in The Prescription.
A complete and updated commentary on the Code of Canon Law prepared by the leading canonists of North America and Europe. Contains the full, newly translated text of the Code itself as well as detailed commentaries by thirty-six scholars commissioned by the Canon Law Society of America.
Focusing on Florence, Thomas Kuehn demonstrates the formative influence of law on Italian society during the Renaissance, especially in the spheres of family and women. Kuehn's use of legal sources along with letters, diaries, and contemporary accounts allows him to present a compelling image of the social processes that affected the shape and function of the law. The numerous law courts of Italian city-states constantly devised and revised statutes. Kuehn traces the permutations of these laws, then examines their use by Florentines to arbitrate conflict and regulate social behavior regarding such issues as kinship, marriage, business, inheritance, illlegitimacy, and gender. Ranging from one man's embittered denunciation of his father to another's reaction to his kinsmen's rejection of him as illegitimate, Law, Family, and Women provides fascinating evidence of the tensions riddling family life in Renaissance Florence. Kuehn shows how these same tensions, often articulated in and through the law, affected women. He examines the role of the mundualdus—a male legal guardian for women—in Florence, the control of fathers over their married daughters, and issues of inheritance by and through women. An ambitious attempt to reformulate the agenda of Renaissance social history, Kuehn's work will be of value to both legal anthropologists and social historians. Thomas Kuehn is professor of history at Clemson University.
In this book Ralph Wood calls for churches to offer a sustained an unapologetically Christian witness to a postmodern world. Wood carefully chronicles how the church is watching the complete destruction of post-Christian institutions and practices that once shaped human character toward fulfillment in goods larger than humanity's own self-interest - the chief of these being the worship and service of God. Wood contends that Christian existence can never be taken for granted, and so the church itself must seek to create a Christian culture that offers the world a drastic alternative to its own cultureless existence.