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The power of relationships is often ignored or underestimated at best. We do not succeed or fail on our own. The quality of our relationships determine much of what we experience in life - good or bad. The skill required in navigating through the maze if relationships is not something we are born with but rather it is to be learned and developed. This book exposes the pitfalls and hurts before they happen so we can avoid them. Reuben attempts to use insight from the bible to instruct us on which relationships to stay away from, and those we should nurture.
Conscience is the only moral restraint holding a person together from birth till they have a regeneration experience with Jesus Christ. It continues after salvation as an active participant working in union with the Holy Spirit in expressing the moral heights of a Holy God.
In this book we will answer the following questions.
1. Where did conscience come from?
2. What is it's purpose?
3. What is the power and significance of it's voice?
4. How does its condition affect the way that I look at things?
5. What does child training have to with their conscience?
6. What does it mean to have a "seared" conscience.
We will answer these and many more about this powerful guidance system known as the conscience.
Can I Trust God? We live in a world where instability has become the norm, and where so many carry deep hurt from trust that has been broken by family and friends. This life, full of un-kept promises, has left many wondering if anyone can be trusted. Some wonder if even God can be trusted! They ask, “How can you trust God when tragedies abound, when injustices creep up at every turn, and when prayers for the sick and the downtrodden go unanswered?” This list of grievances could be endless, but in this book, we will help you learn how to trust God by strengthening your faith and removing all doubts about him. This book is not intended to be an exhaustive study on the subject of God’s sovereignty. Its purpose is to lay the necessary groundwork for building faith and to provide a proper spiritual perspective concerning God’s reasons for the decisions he makes. I believe it will bring some clarity to a misunderstood subject. This book will answer the following questions: Does God’s sovereignty mean that he can ignore his own written Word, the Bible? What does it mean when the Bible says that God’s ways are higher than our ways? What does it mean when the Bible says that God loved Jacob but hated Esau? How important was it for earthly kings in the Bible to maintain integrity by not breaking their word? How important is it today? Is God predictable? Does he base decisions on a whim or on his written Word, the Bible?
What is maturity? It means to be fully developed, full grown, and able to fulfill our created purpose. Maturity is being able to balance the short-term gains against the long-term consequences. Growing up is the process of leaving childhood behind, embracing adulthood and all it represents, such as responsibility and an awareness that we are not the center of the universe.
Ruth Mizell served as Campaign Chair in Corpus Christi, Texas, for George H. W. Bush for two of his campaigns, beginning in 1964 for the US Senate and later as Campaign Chair for Corpus Christi, Texas, when he ran for president in 1980. She also served in 1978 and 1982 for Bill Clements, the first Republican governor of Texas. In 1984 she served as co-chair for Phil Gramm for US Senate. Ruth also served under President Ronald Reagan and President George H. W. Bush as adviser to the US Peace Corps.
During those years, she served as liaison to the White House for the American Christian Trust, served on the Board of Directors of the National Prayer Embassy, and was active in several Christian ministries. This included AD 2000, Every Home for Christ, Joni and Friends, and Nora Lam Ministries. In 1994 she became active in Capitol Hill Prayer Partners and became their liaison to the Capitol. In 2004 she began representing the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS) and became a member of the board in 2005.
Ruth has been on mission trips throughout the world, including Africa, Eastern and Western Europe, China, Southeast Asia, South America, and Israel.
Her late husband was former baseball player Wilmer "Vinegar Bend" Mizell. He pitched in the 1960 World Series for the Pittsburgh Pirates when they beat the New York Yankees. Later he served as Congressman for North Carolina. Ruth has three children, six grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.