Posted by: iryneefe | January 13, 2013

Free eBook on 13/01/13

Free eBook on 13/01/13

A Turn-Around Year, A January Sermon on Mark 10:46-52 by Donald Ray

January represents a fresh start– a new year full of possibilities and opportunities. It is a time to reevaluate and readjust, to make some resolutions and set some goals, to take an inventory of life.

It is a great time to talk to God about some of the big issues in your life. This may be the year God sets you free from that addiction, or heals your marriage, or redirects your career path. This may be the year God transforms that loved one you have prayed for so long, or frees you from the bitterness and hurt you have carried, or begins bringing his vision for your life into focus. This may be the year God reveals his grace to you in the most unexpected places. You may look back on 2013 and realize that it was a turn-around year in your life.

In this 2600 word sermon/essay, Donald Ray walks you through the New Testament story of a blind man named Bartimaeus and shares four simple but powerful concepts that can make 2013 a turn-around year for you. It will inspire you and give you a message of hope and transformation to share with others this January.

http://www.amazon.com/Turn-Around-Year-January-Sermon-ebook/dp/B00ARPE8UQ/ref=pd_sim_sbs_kstore_14

NOTE : Although this book was listed as free at the time of this post, it may not be free when you arrive on this page. After selecting the download link, please be sure to confirm that the price of the book is 0.00 BEFORE you purchase or download.

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