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Intimacy With God: a Bible Study in the Psalmsby Cynthia Heald
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"As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." --Joshua 24:15 Everyone knows that children learn the most by watching their parents' example--by doing what they do. Why would learning about spiritual things be any different? The best time to learn anything--especially the spiritual disciplines--is as a child. In Habits of a Child's Heart, parents not only learn the spiritual disciplines for themselves but also discover how to practice them with their kids and teens. Broken down into bite-sized, age-specific exercises, the foundations of the Christian life will become lifetime habits. Practice the spiritual disciplines as a family by: · Serving others in a practical way · Simplifying schedules and possessions · Developing new habits of worship · Meditating on specific Bible passages These are essential skills your kids will take with them wherever they go--long after they grow up and teach the same lessons to their own children.
This devotional turns the Bible's most expressive booka "the Psalmsa "into your intimate meeting place with the Lord.
This topical Bible study turns the Bible's most expressive book--the Psalms--into your intimate meeting place with the Lord.
Parents, get the tools and specific ideas needed to intentionally develop the spiritual disciplines in your child's life.
Teach your children the basics of the spiritual disciplines. Broken down into bite-sized, age-specific exercises, the foundations of the Christian life will become lifetime habits. Practice the spiritual disciplines as a family by:
• Serving others in a practical way
• Simplifying schedules and possessions
• Developing new habits of worship
• Meditating on specific Bible passages
In Intimacy with God, Cynthia Heald turns the most emotional book of Scripture into a place to express your heart's deepest needs. You'll find yourself becoming more honest and vulnerable before God as you track the Psalmists' struggles and triumphs on their way to intimacy with God. You will make fresh, personal observations with the help of quotes from classic Christian authors and thinkers, abnd you'll spend more time reflecting and less time looking for "right answers." This book helps you adapt the depth and pace of study to your own needs as well as experience rich, lively discussions with others who join you in Bible study.
About the Author
Cynthia Heald was born in Houston, Texas, and received Christ as her personal Savior when she was twelve years old. In 1960, Cynthia married Jack, who by profession is a veterinarian but has been on staff with The Navigators since 1978. They have lived in Tucson, Arizona, since 1977. They are the parents of four (two daughters and two sons) and grandparents of nine. Cynthia is the author of Becoming a Woman of Excellence, Intimacy with God, Loving Your Husband, Becoming a Woman of Freedom, Becoming a Woman of Purpose, Becoming a Woman of Prayer, Becoming a Woman Who Walks with God, Drawing Near to the Heart of God, Becoming a Woman of Grace, I Have Loved You, Becoming a Woman of Faith, Dwelling in His Presence, Becoming a Woman Who Loves, Maybe God Is Right After All, Uncommon Beauty, and Becoming a Woman of Simplicity. Cynthia speaks frequently for women's conferences and seminars nationally and internationally. She loves to share the Word of God, be with her husband and family, take bubble baths, have tea parties, and eat out.
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