2 Timothy: Winning the Victory
by Katy Kauffman
What spiritual battles are you facing today? Are they keeping you from experiencing God’s peace, strength, and joy?
Whatever victory you need—over temptations, sin, inner struggles, difficult circumstances, or spiritual harassment—arm yourself with the same principles that Paul passed to his son in the faith, Timothy, to arm him for victory. Using these principles, we can be all in for God, shape up for victory, stand guard against whatever hinders us, and do our God-given assignment.
Forty Bible study-devotions have over 275 principles of how to fight life’s battles and win. Victory is possible because God makes it possible.
A leader guide for an eight-week personal Bible study or group discussion is included.
A Whole Lot of Wonderful – Application of the New Testament for Today
by Beebe Kauffman
Do you ever need a little more motivation to be in God’s word on a daily basis and live it out?
This book may help. But it’s not an instruction book on how to study Scripture—it’s a book on how to live it: how to stay close to God, how to overcome the obstacles to the Christian life, and how to walk with Jesus in this life in the authority and power of the Word of God. And that’s just the first three gospels.
The key elements in a book of Scripture—repeated words, contrasts and comparisons, and the main ideas of events, conversations, and teaching—were considered side by side, and application emerged in the form of book titles. These titles are usually stated as instructions, and the chapter titles and paragraph statements give the why’s and how’s. The idea is to read Scripture first, and then read in this book the application for the chapter or passage. Application that is relevant to today is included for every book, chapter, and paragraph of the New Testament.
This application has been checked against the whole counsel of God and confirmed by the information in about twelve Bible commentaries, dictionaries, and other resources. Some of these explanations and insights are included in this book.
A Whole Lot of Wonderful can be used in quiet times, for personal study, and for group discussion.
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Breaking the Chains: Strategies for Overcoming Spiritual Bondage
Compiled by Katy Kauffman
Powerful enemies such as fear, anxiety, anger, and loneliness war against our souls, but Christ empowers us to break their chains. Does your soul long to be free?
Twenty authors have joined forces in this compilation to offer us strategies, Bible verses, and personal stories that have chain-breaking principles and power. When we cooperate with God’s transforming work, strongholds can crumble, chains can be broken, and freedom can usher in God’s peace and joy. Freedom doesn’t have to be a distant dream—it can be our reality.
Faith, Courage, and Victory:
The Stories, Struggles, and Triumphs of 24 Characters of the Bible
by Katy Kauffman
When we face struggles, trials, and temptations in this life, what are the keys to walking in faith, courage, and victory?
Do you need to overcome personal doubts? Moses’ story can help you. Are you harassed by spiritual enemies? Implement Nehemiah’s strategies for victory. Is fear plaguing you? Be inspired by Esther’s selfless courage. Do you feel bombarded by the world’s culture and values? Take heart from Daniel’s quiet courage and from Joseph’s strong determination to remain faithful to God.
In this book you will find the stories, struggles, and triumphs of twenty-four persons in the Bible that are still relevant to our lives today. Forty devotions include practical principles, moving stories, thought-provoking questions, and insightful prayers that help us to personalize the truths of Scripture and walk in faith, courage, and victory in our generation.
A leader guide for a nine-week personal Bible study or group discussion is included.
Feed Your Soul with the Word of God, Collection 1:
A Banquet of Thirty Short Bible Studies
Compiled by Beebe & Katy Kauffman
Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good.
(Isaiah 55:2 NKJV)
Giving God our full attention and taking the time to be in His Word, is like pulling a chair up to a banquet table. God is the Master Chef, and the food on His “table” is ready and waiting for us. It’s full to brimming of what our souls crave—hope, peace, courage, direction, answers, solutions, wisdom, encouragement, and more.
Our job is to “eat” it—to take God’s Word into our hearts and minds and digest its truths, instructions, and promises until they become a part of who we are and how we live.
A banquet of thirty short Bible studies awaits you in this book. Each study is complete with Scripture, application for today, a prayer, and questions. May you find these Bible studies appetizing, nourishing, and satisfying.
Use this book for personal study or group discussion.
For Love’s Sake: The Life-Changing Facets of Love
in 30 Bible Studies, Devotions, and Christian Living Articles
Compiled by Beebe Kauffman
Let all that you do be done with love.
(1 Corinthians 16:14 NKJV)
Love is a great motivator and energizer. It changes the quality of our thoughts, words, and daily lives. It inspires us to remember empathy, compassion, and understanding. For love’s sake, we get going in the morning and keep moving ahead even in the face of obstacles and challenges.
Love refreshes, warms, and comforts us. It satisfies our hopeful hearts and sets our aspirations high. The wisdom of love downplays the irritations that we receive from others and concentrates on their delights and strengths. Godly love is faithful and constant. It shows up not only in the times when love is welcome and expected, but also in the times when love is needed, essential, or crucial.
For Love’s Sake is a compilation of thirty Bible studies, devotions, and Christian Living articles that focus on the life-changing facets of love. These facets change us from the inside out, brighten our daily lives and relationships, and knit our hearts afresh to God’s. May the insights, strategies, and personal experiences in this book, bless and refresh your soul.
Heart Renovation: A Construction Guide to Godly Character
Compiled by Katy Kauffman
How does God make our character more like His? What part of this renovation is His, and what part is ours?
“Under construction” is the condition of our hearts as children of God. He is the Contractor in charge, and Christ’s likeness is His flawless design. We contribute to the process by cooperating with His work within us and by following the principles and instructions in His word. Then transformation happens.
This Bible study compilation is a construction guide to building Godly character and overcoming the hidden problems that sabotage it. It explores how God works in our lives and gives us wisdom to handle such real-life issues as unwanted change, grief, loneliness, financial debt, and difficult people. It shares God’s blueprints for a renovated heart and character by considering Jesus’ character, the experiences of Godly people in the Bible, the Fruit of the Spirit, and the Beatitudes. It also discusses how we can help our children to grow in Godly character.
Whether your heart renovation started recently or years ago, this book will encourage you to continue to cooperate with God until the job is done. After all, the goal and the reward is building a heart like His.
A leader guide for a thirteen-week personal Bible study or group discussion is included. It also has suggestions for other time frames. Each study can be read in five to ten minutes.
Isaiah: Setting Things Right
by Beebe Kauffman
When life is “right”—according to God’s design, according to His will—things are pleasing, fruitful, and satisfying. But sin, the world, and the enemy work powerfully to move mankind toward misery and destruction. They attack the health of our souls and damage our thinking, habits of life, and influence.
When sin besieges us with misery and ruin, God can rescue us. This is Isaiah’s message of hope. God fixes things (things being the appropriate technical term for the aggregate of all that God can fix). He sets things right. What does He set right? People, souls, hearts, minds, and lives. When we turn from sin to Him, He works within us to repair and restore the way we think, what we value, and the priorities and perspectives that move us to action.
The Bible is an art gallery, and God is the Master Artist. He has chosen His words as carefully as a master paints the details of his painting. When we study the Bible, God serves as our Tour Guide, enriching our understanding as a skillful storyteller, encouraging and delighting our hearts with stories of heroes, rescues, and struggles that come out right in the end, or cautioning us against wrong choices and their consequences. In Isaiah, God paints with words, illustrated truths that impact our lives with repentance, understanding, hope, and renewed commitment.
Isaiah: Setting Things Right is a women’s Bible study that explains six ways that we can cooperate with God to set things right in our hearts, minds, and daily lives.
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The Power to Make a Difference:
Strategies, Insights, and Encouragement in Forty Short Bible Studies
Compiled by Beebe & Katy Kauffman
The Power to Make a Difference is a compilation of forty short Bible studies that address four areas of our lives that have explosive power: The Power of Words, The Power of Doing, The Power of Knowing, and The Power of Prayer.
With meaningful stories, rich application from Scripture, and creative insights, the authors inspire us to unleash our potential in these areas by looking to God for direction, instruction, and help, and partnering with Him in daily life.
Each of these studies usually takes five minutes or less to read, and is followed by a prayer and questions that can be used for personal Bible study or group discussion. Included is a short guide for using this book as an eight-week group Bible study. What difference can we make in our daily lives when we partner with God?