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God is the author of the Bible as
well as the author of life. He reveals his heart and his mind through his
words. And when you read his words, you get to know him. A Crash Course in
the Bible contains approximately two hundred Bible verses. And these
Scriptures will teach you what God wants you to know.
Lisa Lickel’s review:
Larry Vaughn, author the The Bible Believer’s
Handbook, has released another little gem in A Crash Course in the Bible. In
this tidy little book, Vaughn plucks lessons from everyday life, from children
to faith to recompense to salvation and wisdom, and shows how the Word of God
teaches God’s ways to humankind.
Opening with an introduction on how
times have changed since the Pilgrims first sought America, Vaughn urges us to
return to those spiritual roots, and ends with “Twelve things” every believer
should know; again, the basics from what faith and redemption are to how to
achieve that state of grace and what we should do about it through our newly
opened conscience and confidence.
Readers of nonfiction Biblical works
will find peace and comfort in these verses, as well as a good way to quantify
your faith to share it in a meaningful and understandable way with others.
Larry, What do you want readers to know
about your latest book, Larry?
I wanted to make the Bible easy to
access and easy to understand. And to show how great God is and how generous he
is to us.
What do you hope readers will take
from this book?
The readers of my book will know
what the Bible says. And they will understand what that means to them.
My name is Larry Vaughn and I'm a Vietnam veteran. Twenty years ago, I had to leave my job because of my PTSD. This was a disaster for me. I was too sick to work and I didn't know if I would ever be able to work again.
I cried out to God and asked him to help me. And I started reading the Bible every day. The Bible has taught me how to live with my PTSD. And that's why I love it so much.
The Bible tells us to take what we've learned and to teach it to others. And that's why I wrote A Crash Course in the Bible. It's a summary of the things that I've learned from the Bible over the past twenty years.
I've learned that God is an excellent Father who provides everything that we need. A Crash Course in the Bible describes thirty-eight gifts that God has provided for you. And it tells you how to receive them.
"12 Things You Need to Know" is an excerpt from A Crash Course in the Bible. You can download it and read it for free when you go to my website at http://Biblebelieverspublishing.com.
“So Manoah asked him, `When your words come true, what kind of rules should govern the boy’s life and work” (Judges 13:12 NLT)?
As we live our lives for Christ there are specific questions we should ask God that are designed and tailor-made for us. There will be questions that only you can ask God because he has only given you the particular gifts and abilities.
Manoah didn’t see or speak to the angel but he prayed that the angel be sent again to teach him and his wife how to bring up their son.
God has given us different gifts and we must go to him so we will know how to use what he has given us. God only gave Manoah and his wife the gift of Samson so they will have specific questions for God based on the awesome gift they had been given. We have gifts, abilities, and talents that God has given us that we must ask specific questions of God about how he wants us to use them.
Here are some tips on what we should do with our gifts:
God wants us to come to him to learn how he wants us to use the gifts that he has given us. There are specific places, times, and groups of people that God wants us to minister to with our gifts. We have to come to him so we can be where he wants us to be when he wants us to be there, and to help who he wants us to help.
We should ask God questions to understand specifically what he wants us to do with our gifts. God has made us to have completely different bodies, personalities, education, abilities, and resources. It would behoove us to ask God specifically how he wants us to use our gifts with our unique bodies, education, personalities, abilities, and resources. Remember God gave Manoah the unique son of Samson so he had specific questions based on what God gave him.
What has God given you that only you can ask God about?
Chaz Douglas is an educator and member of the United States Air Force Reserve. He has a Bachelors in Education from Eastern Michigan University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Central Michigan University.
Douglas began teaching Bible Study for the Youth Ministry at his church from the ages 6-17.He would later be asked to teach the Youth Ministry’s teachers learning strategies and biblical principles to assist them with the children that they would instruct.
He is currently taking a course by Tom Corson-Knowles an Amazon bestselling author. Douglas believes the course is preparing him to become an author who is producing what readers want.
The reason for writing this series was the experience Douglas had being deployed in the Air Force.He was deployed for six months and used his time at Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait to increase his relationship with God.As he prayed, read, and mediated on the Word of God the Holy Spirit increased his wisdom to be able to write biblical lessons that that men and women can apply in their lives.The Holy Spirit led him to write this series to help all people have a better relationship with the Lord.
released July 10, 2018
Buy on US Amazon
Book 4 in the series
About the book
Everyone loves Toby Gibson. A co-owner of Undiscovered Treasures, a unique shop of antiques, collectables and junk, Toby is friendly, generous to a fault, the director of the local plays in Appleton and supports his church's youth functions. But the minute his sister, Caroline and her new husband, take off for their honeymoon, a “ghost” begins to haunt the shop—or maybe it's just an intruder. If so, Toby has no idea for what the thing is looking. To add to his troubles, he suspects Amy, not only is bidding for the property he's wanted forever, but is in love with him. And he's not interested.
Amy Sanderson who owns the only flower shop in Appleton—Bloomin' Life—is drawn into capturing Toby's “ghost” when her own business is damaged by a destructive intruder. Having loved Toby since a teenager, she's more than willing to join forces with him. But she has no interest in being his best friend or a sister to him. And if she has to resort to schemes of outbidding him at his frequent auction attendences to get his attention, then so be it. She can be just as stubborn as the man who's determined to ignore her love.
In between the break-ins, destruction of property, thefts and personal competitions against each other, Amy and Toby work together to find the thief who seems so determined to find a valuable item, he'll stop at nothing.
Lisa Lickel's Review
Toby Gibson is sure he’s got a ghost in Undiscovered
Treasures, the store he owns with his sister, who’s out of town on her
honeymoon. He’s alone in the above store apartment, but as sure as he is that
he’s got an unwanted visitor, he’s equally sure Detective Eddie of the Appleton
Police won’t be able to help. Not until his friend Amy from the flower shop on
the other side of the abandoned building between them and he start experiencing
real break-ins, that is.
From the moment Toby meets a grumpy old man badgering Amy
who outbid him on a piece of furniture we wanted at an auction and stole his
dream of expanding into next building this fourth book in Brown’s series is
like coming home to old friends.
Poor, clueless Toby, is about to get a lesson in the real
meaning behind best friends. It’s a riot to watch Toby get what’s coming to him
while working with his friends to unravel the mystery of dark family secrets in
sunny Appleton, West Virginia.
Cleverly weaving businesses and friends from the previous
stories and melding them into a new mystery, Brown makes Appleton a fun place
to visit. Told from multiple perspectives with good pacing. Brown’s stories are
clean and inspirational, and recommended for junior high readers and up.
About the Author
Besides being a member and active participant of many writing groups, Carole Brown enjoys mentoring beginning writers. She loves to weave suspense and tough topics into her books, along with a touch of romance and whimsy, and is always on the lookout for outstanding titles and catchy ideas. She and her husband have ministered and counseled across the country. Together, they enjoy their grandsons, traveling, gardening, good food, the simple life, and did she mention their grandsons?
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