Love Is Patient

Love Is Patient

Author: Peter DeHaan

Publisher: Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781948082648

Category: Religion

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Forty devotional truths that will inspire you to live a life transformed by God’s love. Love is Patient is a devotional Bible study based on First and Second Corinthians that will help you apply life-changing lessons from Paul’s letters. With clear teaching, comforting truths, and daily encouragement, you’ll uncover how Paul’s instructions to the Corinthian church two thousand years ago apply to you today. Love is Patient will help you discover how to: • develop a Christlike mindset • encourage others on their faith journey • handle conflict and disappointment in healthy ways • understand your spiritual gifts • prioritize God in your life and embrace freedom in Christ Each devotional encourages you to grow in your faith and unpack Biblical lessons that are just as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago. With practical tips and Godly wisdom, you’ll learn how to deal with differences and work through divisions with grace and love. Love is Patient makes an ideal eight-week discussion guide, perfect for small groups and Sunday School classes. This is the seventh book in the Dear Theophilus Series, a collection of devotional classics from Peter DeHaan. As you read through this devotional gem, you’ll be blessed by your heavenly Father’s love, and learn how to encourage others as you point people to Jesus. Start each day with Love is Patient or share it with a friend who needs some fresh encouragement.
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