How To Cope...with life by Terrance L. Weber

How To Cope...with life

byTerrance L. Weber

Kobo ebook | March 5, 2012

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Why I wrote this book: I wrote this book to help you and all other readers cope, that is -deal, with life's difficulties. It can also be used as a Christian group's devotional guide book to stir up interesting discussions about a wide variety of subjects. This book contains many examples of events in my life where God's support helped me handle the difficulties as he became the solid foundation that has supported the life I've lived for the last eighty-five years as I depended on His always available advice and help. I see all life as a gift from God. I believe He sent each one of us here with His gifts of individual, unique talents and abilities that He meant us to share with the people around us. In short, those gifts and our sharing of them with others are the primary purposes of our earthly lives. When you encounter good or bad events in your life, you can depend on God to provide answers. You see, because He knows you so thoroughly, His desire is to provide you with loving, helpful answers to your prayers every time you ask for His help. So - be sure to ASK! Again, in this book, my aim is to help you by explaining, with many personal examples, how God helped me confidently cope - one event at a time - with the same kind of difficult events and problems many of us may face during our lives. For example, I constantly pray: "OK God, what do you want me to do now?" He always answers these prayers with: "Yes. No. Or, I have a better wait." My hope and prayer for you is that what you read in this book will help to persuade you to always prayerfully ask for God's advice to help you with each and every decision you make - of your own free will - in your lifetime. Terry Weber, Author P.S. Note to all leaders of Prayer Warrior Teams: Tips For Praying For Your Worship Team Prayer Warrior leaders sometimes need to take a break from constant prayers and sort of take stock. We need to think and ask the Lord what more we can do to help and encourage the others on our worship team. I’ve found it is always a good idea to have a checklist of things to keep in mind, things to do – before you rush out of your home on an important mission or into the battlefield as one of the Lord’s Prayer Warriors. Look at this checklist: First, consider your armor: The belt of truth. Breastplate of righteousness. Shoes of Gospel peace. Shield of faith. Helmet of Salvation. Sword of the Spirit – word of God. Second, take a place of battle in the front lines of your battlefield. Third, have a timetable to keep you on a regular schedule of prayer. Fourth, make up a strategy: what do you plan to accomplish during your prayer time? Fifth, remember to praise the Lord and thank Him for, well you know, everything… Sixth, be sure to bind the strong man – the devil. Seventh, tell the angels what you want them to do. Be specific: give them orders! Eighth, be persistent. Keep blasting away at those situations that need the intense firepower of prayer over a long time. Ninth, talk and also listen. Meditate as you pray. Tenth, when you finish your daily prayer time, make a list of what you’ve prayed about and for – then, stand back and watch to see the results! Well, that’s a starter checklist for you. You can add to it or modify it with your own list. The important thing is to begin your list now. Why? Because the experience you get during these minor forays and skirmishes as a recruit Prayer Warrior, can build your confidence and faith for the major battles that are surely ahead. But, remember, the best way to begin to prepare your campaign for all of the battles ahead is with a– Prayer Warrior’s checklist. Terry Weber
Title:How To Cope...with lifeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 5, 2012Publisher:Terrance L. WeberLanguage:English

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