Classic Four-Volume Set of E. E. Cleveland Books (for purchase)

Classic Four-Volume Set of E. E. Cleveland Books
  The Exodus, Milk and Honey, and One More River compose a unique and classic set of Bible reference books, written by international evangelist and Civil Rights champion E. E. Cleveland. This special, limited supply offer includes a fourth book, E. E. Cleveland’s Ask the Prophets. This question-and-answer guide completes the set because it gives readers the sense of conversing with biblical writers, rather than just studying a topic.

Heritage Family Bible (for purchase)

Heritage Family Bible

Here’s a few highlights of what you’ll find in this excellent family Bible:

• The authorized King James Version, including the Old and New Testaments
• Between Malachi to Matthew—a summary of world history occurring in the transition from the Old to the New Testament
• Chronology of the Bible—dates of the many events described in the biblical text
• The laws of the Bible—the 10 Commandments and civil laws on everything from abortion to wills (alphabetically arranged)
• An 80+ page section entitled “Men and Women of Color in the Bible,” which traces the heritage of races and colors
• Portraits and testimonials of famous black men and women on the importance of the Bible to them
• “Helps to Bible Study”—a 32-page section describing the best methods of approach, along with suggestions of important subjects to pursue
• Large easy-to-read typeface
• All quotations from Jesus Christ printed in red

Psalms 61:1-3 (KJV):

v.1: Hear my cry, O God; attend unto my prayer.

v. 2: From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I.

v. 3: For thou hast been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from the enemy.

Psalms 46:1-3 (KJV)

v. 1: God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.

v. 2: Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea;

v. 3: Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with the swelling thereof. Selah.

Psalms 34:17-19 (KJV):

v. 17: The righteous cry, and the LORD heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles.

v. 18: The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit.

V 19: Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the LORD delivereth him out of them all.

Heritage Family Bible (for purchase)

Heritage Family Bible

Here’s a few highlights of what you’ll find in this excellent family Bible:

• The authorized King James Version, including the Old and New Testaments
• Between Malachi to Matthew—a summary of world history occurring in the transition from the Old to the New Testament
• Chronology of the Bible—dates of the many events described in the biblical text
• The laws of the Bible—the 10 Commandments and civil laws on everything from abortion to wills (alphabetically arranged)
• An 80+ page section entitled “Men and Women of Color in the Bible,” which traces the heritage of races and colors
• Portraits and testimonials of famous black men and women on the importance of the Bible to them
• “Helps to Bible Study”—a 32-page section describing the best methods of approach, along with suggestions of important subjects to pursue
• Large easy-to-read typeface
• All quotations from Jesus Christ printed in red

“God Cares – 2 Vols ( Daniel / Revelation)” (for purchase)

God Cares - 2 Vols ( Daniel / Revelation)

The Message of Daniel (volume 1)—A best-selling classic, it contains the latest research on the fascinating prophetic book of Daniel. It opens the meaning of the story of how God revealed to King Nebuchadnezzar through Daniel the rise of great world empires centuries in advance.

The Message of Revelation (volume 2)—This work unites recent scholarship with a compassionate message to all who are searching for meaning in world history and current events.

Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): “Weather Life’s Storms: How (and Why) to Become More Resilient”

As the month of January comes to a close, posts, directly and indirectly, related to stress will continue into February. Posts, directly and indirectly, related to resiliency, perseverance, and endurance will be added in the process.

Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): “Weather Life’s Storms: How (and Why) to Become More Resilient”

Ellen G. White, The Desire of Ages, p. 313

When times are stressful and seemingly insurmountable…

“All who have chosen God’s service are to rest in His care. Christ pointed to the birds flying in the heavens, to the flowers of the field, and bade His hearers consider these objects of God’s creation. “Are not ye of much more value than they?” He said. Matthew 6:26, R. V. The measure of divine attention bestowed on any object is proportionate to its rank in the scale of being. The little brown sparrow is watched over by Providence. The flowers of the field, the grass that carpets the earth, share the notice and care of our heavenly Father. The great Master Artist has taken thought for the lilies, making them so beautiful that they outshine the glory of Solomon. How much more does He care for man, who is the image and glory of God. He longs to see His children reveal a character after His similitude. As the sunbeam imparts to the flowers their varied and delicate tints, so does God impart to the soul the beauty of His own character.

All who choose Christ’s kingdom of love and righteousness and peace, making its interest paramount to all other, are linked to the world above, and every blessing needed for this life is theirs. In the book of God’s providence, the volume of life, we are each given a page. That page contains every particular of our history; even the hairs of the head are numbered. God’s children are never absent from His mind.

‘Be not therefore anxious for the morrow.'” Matthew 6:34, R. V. We are to follow Christ day by day. God does not bestow help for tomorrow. He does not give His children all the directions for their life journey at once, lest they should become confused. He tells them just as much as they can remember and perform. The strength and wisdom imparted are for the present emergency. ‘If any of you lack wisdom,’—for today,—’let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.’ James 1:5.”