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A MAN AFTER GODS OWN HEART (KENDALL R T)
Twice, God said that King David was "a man after his own heart." What can we learn from the fact that Israel's temperamental poet, musician, soldier, and king was one of God's favourites---even after having sinned so deeply? If you wish to know what it is like to be confided in by God - to become a person after God's own heart too - then this book will help you discover what such a relationship is like. Kendall explores God's unique relationship with David---and shows how we can follow his lead.
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NIV JOURNALLING BIBLE (HELEN DUNNETT )
With extra-wide margins, quality writing paper and thirty-two pages of beautiful illustrations to inspire you, NIV Journalling Bible is perfect for those who love to reflect and journal creatively in God's presence. The single column setting and blank margins allow for plenty of room beside the Scriptures for your notes, drawings, stencilling and illumination, bringing a new depth and imagination to your quiet times.
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REASON FOR GOD (TIMOTHY KELLER)
This is almost an ‘academic’ book as it goes into considerable detail yet is easy to read and understand and I found it very helpful in putting into words that I can share, many thoughts that I have not been able to resolve in my own mind before.
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UNPOPULAR CULTURE (GUVNA B)
Guvna B, one of the UK's biggest Christian rap artists, shares his own story and testimony and helps young people to rediscover their purpose, live out their faith, and transform the world.
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WICKED WIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II HB (KAREN DOLBY)
When thinking of the Queen, our perception is often one of dignity and authority. She is seen as a serious figure: the British monarch, the Supreme Governor of the Church of England and the head of the Commonwealth.
But as anyone who has ever met her will tell you, in person she has a wicked sense of humour. Occasionally unintentional, like asking guitar legend Eric Clapton, 'Have you been playing a long time?,' sometimes cannily astute ('I have to be seen to be believed'), at times downright silly (nicely demonstrated when staff at Balmoral discovered the Queen jumping up and down with glee exclaiming 'I've won, I've won!' after hearing that England had beaten Australia in cricket) , the Queen's sense of humour is like no other.
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