Fall in love with Jesus–again, and again, and again
Through ten illuminating encounters, walk into Jesus’ life, love and delight! Laugh, grow, and rest in Christ’s presence as you share these vivid meetings with the One who loves you more than life itself. With humor and spiritual depth, Jane Rubietta passionately draws you into the hope of a freeing relationship with Christ–freedom from false expectations into the brilliance of being fully loved.
Let Jesus delight in you.
Leave your hurry-worry path.Take Jesus’ hand and Come Along on a journey into intimacy, hope, and passion. Exchange your worn-out, must-do faith for real radiance. Solid biblical teaching, heart-rending stories and sound application in each chapter make Come Along a vital companion for personal, small group, and Bible study use.
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|Title of Technology eBook: Come Along|
|Release Date: 12-16-2008|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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But along came work. And more work. And family stuff. And I started short changing my sleep, fretting a bit more. Grumpiness appeared. Or at any rate, the smiles disappeared. I felt like an old penny, its shine long destroyed. I started to look like the man on the penny too. (No, just kidding. I don’t have a beard. Yet.)
And then my birthday rolled around. I hate it when my birthday comes and I’m feeling poor and cheap and sorry for myself, because then I don’t want anyone to buy me anything. But this year, I wanted to really mean it when I said to friends and family, “You are my birthday gift, the very best gift possible.” I do mean that…but I also like toys: a sparkly top, a pair of glitzy earrings, perfume, dark chocolate. Girl stuff.
The heat index was stupidly high for June, and we decided to have my little birthday gathering in the only air-conditioned room in the house, our former garage. Believing to some extent in the motto “Fake it until you make it,” I mustered up some pseudo good attitude, hauled tables and chairs, carried the silver and plates and glasses and pitchers of water and all the other accoutrements for a celebration meal down the stairs. I swatted
mosquitoes and snipped flowers for low arrangements from our straggly, struggling gardens, then, as this was a combo birthday– Father’s Day celebration, ran upstairs to wrap a few presents for the two fathers in the crowd.