Devotions from Beth Moore 20th Anniversary Collection
Publish Date: 2015-03-01
Binding: Audio CD
Author: Beth Moore
Devotions from Beth Moore 20th Anniversary Collection highlights 12 inspiring Scripture-based devotions chosen from Beth Moores beloved original studies and teaching. This 2-disc audio CD set will encourage women as they go about the daily routine. Each drive-time devotion is approximately 10 minutes in length, perfect for the woman on-the-go.
Track 1 From Living Beyond Yourself Patience
Track 2 From A Womans Heart: Gods Dwelling Place Daily Bread
Track 3 From Daniel: Lives of Integrity, Words of Prophecy Doctrine of Selfishness
Track 4 From David: Seeking a Heart Like His The Lord Looks at the Heart
Track 5 From James: Mercy Triumphs Anguish Into Joy
Track 6 From Beloved Disciple: The Life and Ministry of John Purpose of Glorification
Track 1 From To Live Is Christ: The Life and Ministry of Paul He Wants to Teach Us
Track 2 From Breaking Free: The Journey, The Stories Without Love Its Just Law
Track 3 FromBelieving God: Experiencing a Fresh Explosion of Faith Living Stones
Track 4 From Esther: Its Tough Being a Woman Changing Course
Track 5 From The Patriarchs: Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob Distinguishing Presence of God
Track 6 From Children of the Day: 1 & 2 Thessalonians Good News
12 Devotional Segments
Author: Beth Moore has written best-selling Bible studies on the Patriarchs, Esther, Moses, Paul, Isaiah, Daniel, John, David, Jesus, and James. She and her husband, Keith, are devoted to the local church and have the privilege of attending Bayou City Fellowship in Houston, Texas, where their son-in-law Curtis Jones pastors.
Beth believes her calling is Bible literacy: guiding believers to love and live Gods Word. Beth has a passion for Christ, a passion for Bible study, and a passion to see Christians living the lives Christ intended. Her life is full of activity, but one commitment remains constant: counting all things but loss for the excellence of knowing Christ Jesus, the Lord (see Phil. 3:8).