CrossReads Short Takes: One Smooth Stone & Full Circle to Forgiveness

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One Smooth Stone

by Marcia Lee Laycock

One Smooth Stone

The winner of the 2006 Best New Canadian Christian Author Award. No matter how far you run, God will find you. No matter how bad you’ve been, God will forgive you. Alex Donnelly is running and trying to hide. He has picked a good place to do it – The Yukon – but he is pursued by friends, enemies, and most effectively, by God. Burning with the need to know about his parents, Alex returns to his birth-city, Seattle, where he discovers that his mother tried to abort him. The trauma sends him on the run again only to find out God has orchestrated a divine appointment for him back in the Yukon. The story is filled with miraculous healing, struggles with rage and an obsession with revenge for a childhood abuser. This story illustrates that God never gives up on those whom He has chosen. God’s mercy and grace extend even to those who consider themselves unworthy, and even more, to those who are considered unworthy in the eyes of the world.

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Full Circle to Forgiveness

by Peggy McGee

Full Circle to Forgiveness

In this inspiring, “long lost family” themed novel, two girls, who equally experienced the ultimate trauma in their lives, find themselves ostracized and condemned by their families. Will they find that one person or magic distraction to support and comfort them until they can emotionally heal from their experiences? Can they depend on one another to fulfill their gifts and talents to make a difference for themselves and others? And is it in their future to forgive those who have wronged them so they can ultimately find happiness in their lives? It may take a lifetime, but there is always the hope of righting a wrong, and by accepting the inevitable while coming full circle to be able to ultimately forgive. Only then could the ongoing nightmares be put to rest and to be free from oneself and the past.

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Verse of the Day and Devotional 10/19/2021

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Verse of the Day

October 21, 2021

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Enjoy serving the Lord, and He will give you whatever you ask for. Depend on the Lord. Trust in him and he will help you. – Psalm 37:4-5 ERV
 

Devotion

Trust, enjoy, and depend. As another translation states: trust, delight, and commit. Three actions of the heart and mind that serve the believer well in trying and tumultuous times.

As I sit in prayer and sharing of this devotion from my home in Orange County, California, we are under state “stay at home orders” (again) as Los Angeles County. The state has become the epicenter of Covid-19. Hospitals are full. There are no ICU beds. Ambulances have waited up to six hours for admission. At least one patient died while waiting in an ambulance. Tents are being set up in parking lots. Hospital employees are overworked and understaffed. Talk of rationing care is more and more. Young children are being orphaned, losing both parents to the disease.

Each day brings news of someone you know with COVID-19. Symptoms can range from nothing to mild to excruciating and, occasionally, comes the news of the death of a friend or acquaintance. On top of all that, there are the stresses of economic chaos and polarizing politics.

And yet, God is good. He is still on the throne. He sees it all. He is in control. In our verse for today, David reminds us that evildoers should not upset us. We must remember their day with the Lord will come, their evil will be exposed, and their end will come. Rather than being upset we are to trust in the Lord.

In John 16, Jesus speaks to the disciples of His pending ascension and concludes saying in 16:33, “These things I have spoken unto you, that in Me you might have peace. In the world you shall have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.” These are such words of comfort and strength to live by. All trouble, trials, and tribulations in the world are turned to joy because the believer has the result. Jesus has conquered sin and death to give us victory over the world. We trust in what God has already done for us. So, trust and continue to do well as unto the Lord, not hiding away, and the promise is the Lord will take care of you.

In such trust, we are also to enjoy and delight in doing good. We should continue and constantly fight the good fight of faith, enjoying it all in the promise of victory. Attitudes of defeat, self-loathing, and self-pity will never bring us into a place of peace and rest in our relationship with God. But with attitudes of joy as we serve, we will get answers to prayers and praises for the life of grace and mercy we have.

Finally, we are exhorted to depend on the Lord. The idea is committing our ways to the Lord. It’s not about us, our abilities, our wants, our desires, our rights, or our happiness. It’s about surrendering and sacrificing to the Lord’s way for our lives. It is much better to give God control of our lives and paths of life. Such is the way of “all things work together for good to those who love God and are called according to His purpose.”

Beloved friends, whatever your circumstance, in whatever part of the world you reside, don’t be upset or angry. Rather trust in Him and His ways. Enjoy the ride serving God and doing well, and depend on Him to lead the way and direct your path.

May the Lord immerse you in much peace and rest as we wait up Him.

By Pastor David Massie, Bible League International Staff, California, U.S.

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Weekly Devotional: Gems from Pastor Jim 10/18/2021

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by Jim Hughes

CrossMatt. 9:36-38 He felt great pity for the crowds who came, because their problems were so great and they didn’t know where to go for help. They were like sheep without a shepherd. He said to his disciples, “The harvest is so great, but the workers are so few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send out more workers for his fields.”

The Lord has a heart for people in need. He cares about our problems. He cares that we often can’t solve them on our own. He cares that we often wander around grasping for answers and often live without help or hope. The Lord loves us and His heart goes out to us. He has great pity for us.

The Lord calls us to likewise have a heart for one another. We need to see those around us who are in need. We need to likewise pity those who have no hope or help. We need to love others enough to pray on their behalf. We must realize how great the need is all around us. We must ask the Lord to send people to those in need who can help them and when He leads, we need to be willing to be the feet to our prayers.

There is ample amount of people in need all around us. There is far more work to do than there are workers to do it. No matter how much good we are able to do, we will never be able to do enough. Pray for the Lord to raise up more workers. Pray that He will send people to those in need who can help them. Pray that the Lord will help us to not have sinful thoughts towards other workers in the harvest field.

Sadly, we find ourselves often squabbling amongst ourselves and finding fault with one another while those around us wander around in darkness without a Shepherd. We become jealous and judgmental of co-laborers instead of partners with them in the Gospel. We insist that they enter into our comfort zone before we will work alongside of them.

May the Lord forgive us for our sinful ways. May He unite us together at the foot of the cross and send us out together into the harvest field to reach whomever we can for their souls’ sake. May He keep us from being more of a hindrance than a help to reach the world we live for the Gospel.

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

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Flight 259 #Excerpt 10/15/2021

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by Staci Stallings

Scott put down the tray in front of him and set the two drinks on it carefully. He was still trying to understand Jenna, this beautiful, exotic creature, who had so thoroughly captured his attention in less than a heartbeat. He hadn’t known her for thirty minutes, but something about her captivated him, and he wanted to learn everything he could about her before they landed.

“So, you are going to Newark?” Jenna asked before he could say more.

“Harrington Park, actually.” Scott settled the drinks in front of him. “It’s a little town north of Newark.”

“Never heard of it.” Jenna took a sip of her drink. At first she sat back, but then her gaze came over to them.

Scott wished he was better at the parent thing. He felt like he had three thumbs trying to get things in place. “I’m not surprised,” he said with a laugh as he worked to get Lane’s drink settled on the little tray. “It’s just a little spot on the map, but it’s home to us.”

Jenna nodded and exhaled slowly. She took another sip and turned her gaze from them. Silence fell between them, her sipping, him trying to look semi-competent. Even as his hands held both cups on the trays, he tried to find a neutral topic to continue the conversation. Not wanting to scare her off by staring, he glanced out the window on the opposite side. Instantly he noticed how dark it had become beyond that window. Instead of flying above the clouds, they were in them, and it was much darker than it should have been for this time of the afternoon. He took a sip wondering what that meant. The plane shook again, a little more violently this time, and his concern was back for his son.

“So,” Jenna said, letting out a hard breath. “Do you have any pictures of Lane?”

Scott’s mind and emotions slammed into the request. “Pictures?” Then he laughed, relaxing. “Are you kidding? This is the most photogenic kid in the world.”

Jenna smiled and turned to them, curling in the seat just a bit as he pulled out his wallet, being extra careful not to spill the drinks. He opened it, handed it across to her, and then went back to giving Lane some of the soft drink. However, he never really took his attention from her as she spun the wallet carefully and stopped when she came to the first picture. She studied it. It was a hospital shot of him holding Lane—looking every bit the proud father. He remembered that moment like it was five minutes ago.

“When’s his birthday?” Jenna asked, sounding very far away as she studied the photo.

“July 23.”

“Two and a half,” Jenna said, smiling to herself as Scott watched her between Lane’s sips. She turned the page over. “Oh, how cute.” She held the next one up for him to see. It was one of Lane holding a plastic bat. “So, he’s going to be a baseball star, huh?”

“We hope.” Scott shook his head. “That’d make my old man’s day.” He peered over his son’s head trying to look at her and the photo she came to next simultaneously as he gauged her reaction to each. She really was beautiful, he thought as he watched her. Mesmerizing with that dark hair and the pale-olive skin.

“What’s this?” She came to one with Lane and a tiny guitar. “He’s going to be a musician, too? Wow. You are one talented little boy,” she said to Lane. As though he understood her perfectly, Lane looked up, smiled, and giggled.

Scott looked down at his son and laughed. “Clearly he’s not yet learned the fine art of modesty.”

Jenna laughed too as she flipped the page. “It’s all right, when you’re this good-looking, who needs modesty?” She picked up the next picture. It was Lane’s two-year-old picture, and it was one of Scott’s favorites.

The laugh came naturally. “Well, you have a point, there. Just don’t tell him that, okay?”

“I won’t. I promise.”

~*~

However, with the next flip of the page, all levity left her. There they were in living color—Scott, his wife, and Lane. It reminded her of a very similar photo that had stayed behind on her own dresser.

“She’s pretty,” Jenna said, barely masking her thoughts as she stared at the photo.

“Yeah.” Scott looked at the photo over Lane’s head.

“What’s her name?” Jenna asked, trying not to sound too disheartened. What was it about that picture that so shredded the air from her lungs? The idea that he was married or the thought that he had what she had lost?

“Amber.”

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No more words would come. It was all Scott could think of to say. Should he tell her more? If so, what? He wasn’t sure how much he should say if anything. How much are you supposed to tell a complete stranger about the gory details of your love life? Especially a beautiful stranger who you would like to get to know better. It wasn’t a question he had thought of until now, and now he wasn’t sure.~*~

At that moment a deafening noise split across the space twined with a blinding flash of light that erupted, illuminating everything for a surreal second. The plane pitched to Scott’s side without warning, and he slammed against the window as screams exploded everywhere around them.

Excruciating pain sliced through his being. The empty cups bounced from his hands as he grabbed for his shoulder, agony ripping through him even as he forced himself to turn to his son. “Lane!” he yelled, the drinks now dripping from his hands as he reached for his son, only one arm working reliably. With one look, the abject terror in his son’s eyes froze his blood. “Lane!”

Mind-splitting noise reverberated around him from the screams, the plane, and the fury of the storm. The plane shook with a vengeance, rattling everything as a deafening roar emanated from everywhere at once. The lights went out, plunging everything into a dim semi-darkness. Dipping violently once more, the plane threw Scott back into the window smashing his shoulder and head into the plexi-glass with such force blacking out became a real possibility. Pain slashed up and down him as if someone had torn his shoulder completely off. He struggled through the blinding pain to right himself even as the plane continued to tip and toss. He had to help Lane. He had to get to his son…

About the Author:

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors.

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: A Complete Overview of the Book of Revelation

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A Complete Overview of the Book of Revelation

by James Thomas Lee Jr.

A Complete Overview of the Book of Revelation

The book of Revelation is a very interesting book. With its various symbols, characters, and colorful language, it is also a very complicated book. But it is well worth studying to try to understand the future events of this world. In the pages that follow, the four main approaches that scholars have used for understanding the book of Revelation will be identified. They are the Preterist view, the Historical view, the Allegorical view, and the Futurist view. This text uses the Futurist view, which attempts to apply a literal interpretation whenever possible. This text will also identify seven Bible passages that support a literal eschatology and nine Bible passages that support a pre-Tribulation view of the Rapture. That means that the events being discussed should really happen rather than just make for a good story.

Early in the text, the seven letters to the seven churches will be discussed. After that, things will get down to looking at the rest of the book. The seven seal judgments, the seven trumpet judgments, and the seven vial judgments will be discussed. The one hundred and forty-four thousand Jewish servants will be discussed. The two witnesses will be discussed. The rise of the Antichrist and the False Prophet will be discussed. The Satanic Trinity will be discussed. The mark of the beast will be discussed. An Executive Summary, which seems to be used in the middle of the book of Revelation, will be discussed. Then as the text makes its way to the final chapters, the fall of Babylon, the battle of Armageddon, and the battle of Gog will be discussed. Finally, the white throne judgment, the new heaven and earth, the casting of the Satanic Trinity into the lake of fire, and the new Jerusalem will be discussed. This text will end in Revelation chapter twenty-two with the saints of God in heaven.

There is one note, however, to be made with respect to the organization of this text. Throughout its pages, charts have been provided to help put the events of the chapters into a pictorial representation for easier understanding. It is the idea that a picture can be worth a thousand words. Another thing that the reader of this text might find useful are boxes that show the different passages that are being referenced at the times and in the places where they are being referenced. That way, he or she will not have to jump all over the place or get into or out of the scriptures to locate a particular reference. Hopefully that inclusion will help the reader in trying to understand the various events. The book of Revelation is important to read and try to understand because it is a part of the Word of God. The Lord has given it to His people to help them understand the things that are to come. Therefore, may He receive the praise, honor, and glory from this text that He rightfully deserves.

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CrossReads Short Takes: Purify My Heart & Journey to Joy

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Purify My Heart

by Ruthie Madison

Purify My Heart

Darlene, a lonely military wife had never imagined falling for a charming and mysterious man known as Diethelm. But when she realized what had happened she called upon God for help. Can God save her from her own destruction? Or is it to late?Diethelm the warlock came to Darlene’s workplace with one thing on his mind: make her his bride. With the help of his sister and brother Diethelm schemed to separate Darlene from her husband and force her to live in isolation in Germany. It had worked until some unseen power had intercepted his plans. Is all hope lost for him? Or is there a higher plan for his life?

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Journey to Joy

by Anne Perreault

Journey to Joy

Can she find joy where there has only been defeat and dishonor?

Tricked into indentured servitude, Joy Richards finds herself working for an abusive innkeeper. Her life is so destitute, she feels God has forsaken her. After one last desperate cry to God, a kind stranger steps in to take her away.

Can she trust this new circumstance?

Andrew Lloyd-Foxx abhors injustice. He can’t walk away from it. When he steps in on the young woman’s behalf, his own life is turned upside down. Burdened with his own loss, he has no room for anyone else.

Will the journey prove too difficult?

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Book Spotlight: A Groom for Ruth 10/12/2021

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A Groom for Ruth

The Blizzard Brides Book 28

by Parker J. Cole

A Groom for Ruth

A high-society socialite that vows to never let a man lord over her. A man who will answer to no woman. And a threat from his past that forces them question everything they think they believe.

Ruth Chambers knows she is being punished. Why else would she be stuck in the small town of Last Chance with a tormentor that is determined to humiliate her every chance he gets? All she wants is to rescue her sister from this podunk town and return to civilization. If Dave McFarland wasn’t so handsome, challenging her at every turn and making her feel things that would make the Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association revoke her membership.

David McFarland knows a wounded filly when he sees it, and Ruth Chambers is the prettiest most wounded one he’s ever met. He knows she is hiding a wounded heart behind that cold beauty. Taming horses is David’s livelihood, but Ruth isn’t a horse. She is all woman, and he is determined to uncover her deepest secrets, if she would only let him close.

Dave and Ruth can’t seem to avoid butting heads. But with the tension between them increasing by the day, will they finally succumb to the desires of their hearts? Can Dave teach Ruth that not all men are to be judged by the toxic ones she’s encountered.

When a figure from Dave’s past threatens his livelihood, will Ruth put her foolish notions aside and find a new chance in a town called Last Chance?

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: She Married An Adventurer 10/11/2021

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by Rebekah Beene

“She Married An Adventurer” might be a good title for my life story. Last night as we were talking with family about all the exploits of our youth, I was reminded that for real – I was not so very adventurous, but I did marry a bit of a daredevil. I have always loved a good adventure, led by my hubby! I told the one about the river bridge with no side railings we had to cross. I was so chicken that I made him stop and let me walk across that bridge! He laughed so hard at that memory that he kept falling back in the recliner!

Oh beloved, God wants you to know this morning that your life is one big adventure. Sometimes it’s disguised as hardship – like walking across a scary bridge. Other times it’s just the fun of being young at heart. Either way, you’ve made it thus far. By the Grace of God. Looking back you might revisit the fear of the mountain you traversed. But it was a mountain you conquered. And even if you didn’t know it then, it was part of your learning experience. Do I like heights now? Not really. But I have learned that where hubby leads I will get through it and enjoy the view most of the time. Same for the Lord. We must learn to know that wherever we go, God will get us through by leading us with His faithful hand.

God loves you and He’s for you. So whatever adventure you are facing, you can know your times are in His hands. Rejoice that you don’t go alone. Relax that you will get beyond that mountain. And live, with an eye on the One who gave you this life to explore. And walk in His Presence and Power through it all!

Habakkuk 3:19 The Lord GOD is my strength [my source of courage, my invincible army]; He has made my feet [steady and sure] like hinds’ feet And makes me walk [forward with spiritual confidence] on my high places [of challenge and responsibility].

2 Corinthians 2:14 But thanks be to God, who always leads us as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession and uses us to spread the aroma of the knowledge of Him everywhere.

Luke 5:4 When He had finished speaking, He said to Simon, “Put out into deep water, and let down the nets for a catch.”

Psalm 84:5 Blessed are those whose strength is in You, whose hearts are set on pilgrimage.

About the Author:

Rebekah BeeneIn a Christian Women’s meeting in 1983, Rebekah was given a prophetic message that she would write books. Several years ago she began writing stories about special holiday memories and travels, sharing God’s love and care through each story. God has gifted Rebekah with the ability to look at the natural and see the supernatural. Both Rebekah and her husband Danny have a heart to share the Gospel and the riches of life in Christ to everyone they meet. They have served in the local church and in ministry to motorcyclists. Danny is an ordained minister and they both have been Bible study teachers for many years. Rebekah also speaks at women’s retreats and conferences. Her tag line says it all “God loves you and He’s for you”.

My website is http://rebekahbeene.wordpress.com

My first book in print is Oh Beloved! Live in the Light of His Word.
Link to buying the book via paypal is on the website.
As well a link to purchasing the ebook on Amazon is there too.
I’m also on twitter @rebekahbeene, tumblr http://rebekah-beene.tumblr.com/
and of course facebook as Rebekah Beene (Warren) I included my maiden name for old friends.
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What is “HOPE”? 10/8/2021

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by Staci Stallings

As you’ve probably noticed, I try to name my series something inspirational. So “The Grace Series,” “The Courage Series,” “The Faith Series.”  I’m currently publishing and writing the “Hope” Series, which has given me the chance of pondering hope—what it means, where it comes from, what takes it away, and where we get it.

The elevator version of this series is this:  Girl meets guy. Guy likes girl. Girl’s been hurt badly. Guy and girl are thrown into a life-or-death situation, which makes guy fall madly (even mindlessly) in love with girl. But his ardor freaks girl out. She can’t seem to trust… well, anything.  Not him. Not the relationship, and honestly, not even life.

So as I look at hope through the lens of someone who’s lost it, I’m coming to realize that hope is really about trust. However, that begs the question, trust in what or whom?

I would dare say that most relationships today are based on hope.  People get together, and hope for a new or better life enters with the other person.  Often hope grows and becomes love. Problems come when the other person proves to be human and the trust the other person has in them is shattered. Hope disintegrates, and the relationship falls apart.

The problem, as with most things in the world, is that “hope” was never meant to be embodied in anyone other than Jesus Christ. If your hope is in anything or anyone else, you’re doomed to get smashed on the rocks of life eventually. That’s not a bad thing.  It’s usually about the point that people find God, and He restores their hope.

But, oh, is it rough getting there!

I have to say, in writing this series, I’m learning how deeply important trust really is.  First, trusting God, and then trusting each other.  I’m learning that when someone puts their trust in you, that is an incredibly big responsibility—one, I honestly think, we cannot live up to without God infusing our very being. Only God can be perfectly trustworthy.  And only meshed with God can we hope to be anywhere close to perfectly trustworthy with each other.

That’s what Jenna is learning in “Some Say Love,” the third book I’m writing now.  It’s what Scott began to get acquainted with in “A Time to Love,” the second book, and what he’ll come to a rock-solid understanding of in “Some Say Love.”

What’s really funny to me is that there was never (in my agenda) supposed to be a second or third book. Those only came about because a good friend said the first book, Flight 259, couldn’t be a stand-alone because the whole thing was too unrealistic and fantasy romance novel.

There had to be more to the story because it was too much the fantasy romance rather than my normal reality romances. I see now that she was right.

In fact, this became even funnier the other day when I got a review for “Flight 259” with the heading: “Great story-line but needs to be a little more realistic…”

Well, honey, hold onto your hat because the next two are going to be more “realistic” than romance novels EVER get. To the point that even I didn’t like the hero at one point, and my reader told me she wanted to smack him and tell him to get lost!

Talk about losing trust in another person and learning you have to find it in God and put Him in the center of the relationship for it to have a fighting chance!

No, real love and learning to trust someone is not an easy road. This series definitely makes that point… you know, once you get past that “unrealistic” beginning, which in my defense was written before anyone on the planet even thought about writing “realistic” romance.

So buckle up, readers, because I’m telling you now, “The HOPE Series” is one bumpy ride, and I’m not just talking about that whole plane crash thing…

*¨*★☆ The HOPE Series! ☆★¸.•*¨*

SERIES LINK:  https://www.amazon.com/Hope-2-Book/dp/B074MFZMK9

Do you believe in Second Chances?

Y O U   W I L L !

FLIGHT 259 (Kindle Unlimited OR 99Cents!)  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EM3SW2S

A TIME TO LOVE (Available for PREORDER for 99Cents!) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074JD2Y27

SOME SAY LOVE (Coming Soon!)

About the Author:

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors

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CrossReads Book Spotlight Kingdom Road 10/7/2021

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Kingdom Road

Pursuing the Presence of God

(31-Day Life in the Spirit Devotional Book 1)

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Experience God Today

Jesus made these astounding statements: the kingdom of God is at hand. It’s in our midst.

The question is, do you believe it? Does that sense of eternity burn within you every day, compelling you to pursue the continuing power of God in your here and now?

  • Walk in your Father’s presence
  • Follow in the footsteps of Jesus
  • Stay in step with the Holy Spirit
  • Hear God’s voice
  • Move in your spiritual gifts

Start today with this Bible based, 31-Day Life in the Spirit Devotional guide, from the author of The Holy Spirit – Spiritual Gifts: Books 1 & 2. Apply what you’ve learned about your gifts of the Spirit and hearing God’s voice to your everyday life.

Just as Jesus did, step away from the crowd. Set your eyes on your heavenly Father. Pursue the present company of the Holy Spirit. Discover the powerful reality of Heaven on Earth that was promised to all believers.

Click above to get your copy of KINGDOM ROAD: Pursing the Presence of God today!

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