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I’m going to try something new.
I’ve talked before about how to get almost any book free. But many of the best ways to find free books take some work.
Since I’m already doing the work to keep up with free books, I figure I might as well summarize the best findings here on my blog for your convenience.
Please note that I am in no way endorsing any of the books listed here. These simply represent free books I have found that seem like they might be of interest. Since I have not read them yet, I could be wrong.
The book descriptions will be the default description found on Amazon.
These books are usually free for a limited time only. Grab them right away if you’re interested.
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The Christian’s Emergency Phonebook (A Quick Reference Guide)
By Shaunna Rodriquez
“Be strong and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for and hope for and expect the Lord!” Psalm 31:24
Often times life throws us curve balls that leave us with a hundred different emotions and a thousand different questions but no real answers. We know that in God, there is always an answer but often times just aren’t sure where to find it or even begin to look. The Christian’s Emergency Phonebook includes some of life’s curve balls so that you may just find the right “number” to call upon in your time of need or inquiry.
Good News for Those Trying Harder
By Alan Kraft
Countless believers are pursuing spiritual growth, only to repeatedly find themselves spinning their wheels and making no progress. Many are driven to just try harder. Others feel a growing sense of failure and distance from God. But for all involved, it's a frustrating cycle. What can we do when trying harder isn't working?
Author and pastor Alan Kraft invites us to be still. Still enough to hear the twin melodies that comprise the good news of the gospel-brokenness and faith. These core strains have the power to lift our exhausted heads so we may experience life to the full as Jesus promised.
Discover the power of a broken spirit, embrace the wonder of living by faith, and experience the joy found when you just stop trying.
Seeds of Bible Study: How NOT to Study the Bible
By Carole McDonnell
Seeds of Bible Study is a book on how to study the Bible. It uses basic common sense and reading comprehension rules to help people through pitfalls of Biblical interpretation. The writer loves her Bible and wants others to love it too. As a writer and a lover of literature, she includes Bible studies on certain passages to illustrate her point. This frank, honest manual that will help you understand the Bible in depth and help you create Bible studies for yourself or your church.
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