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The Fruit of the Spirit - Peace

Do you have peace? Do you really know God and experience Him in your daily life? Rob Jankowski has recommended the resources below to find more on this topic. The God who made the universe cannot be just our assistant. He's so much more!

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God saves sinners. He saves them willfully and powerfully and needs no help from us, presenting himself in all his unmistakable glory. The message of Isaiah, shown thoroughly and thoughtfully in this commentary, will reignite a passion for the glory of God in the hearts of believers and will present that glory clearly and potently to those who have yet to be brought to saving faith.

The Major Prophets includes the writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. They warned of doom to the Jewish people because of unfaithfulness. They recorded that God would restore the Jewish nation in Judah. They told of coming political kingdoms and one spiritual kingdom.
In this honest book, pastor and author Scott Sauls exposes the real struggles that Christian leaders and pastors regularly face. Sauls shares his own stories and those of other leaders from Scripture and throughout history to remind us that we are human, we are sinners, and we need Jesus to help us thrive as people and leaders.

In this short and punchy book, best–selling author Timothy Keller, shows that gospel–humility means we can stop connecting every experience, every conversation with ourselves and can thus be free from self–condemnation. A truly gospel–humble person is not a self–hating person or a self–loving person, but a self–forgetful person.


This freedom can be yours…

Stemming from Packer's profound theological knowledge, Knowing God brings together two important facets of the Christian faith― knowing about God and also knowing God through the context of a close relationship with the person of Jesus Christ. Written in an engaging and practical tone, this thought-provoking work seeks to transform and enrich the Christian understanding of God.