Bloomfield H Moore

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  • In the Grip of Grace Exchange the Pressure of Accomplishment for the Peace of God’s GraceWhen the world demands: achieve, succeed, earn, God says: lean on me, trust me, believe me.That is grace. And that is what God offers: unconditional acceptance of a believing heart. Your heavenly Father loves you enough to ... Read Book
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  • Through the Year with Jimmy Carter In Through the Year with Jimmy Carter, the thirty-ninth President of the United States takes you on a unique journey into the heart of the Christian faith. Based on more than three decades of practical Bible teaching, the readings in this unabridged audio download draw from the riches of God’s ... Read Book
  • Book of Luke The Book of Luke is the third book of the New Testament and is the longest of the four Gospels. It details Jesus of Nazareth’s story from his birth to his Ascension and is the only book that contains certain popular parables, such as The Prodigal Son and The Good Samaritan. This account has a ... Read Book
  • Listen Up, Louella An overly excited elephant learns to listen with a little help from her new friends in Listen Up, Louella, an adorably humorous new picture book from Ashley Belote, the illustrator of Frankenslime.Louella is VERY excited to be at Roar Scout Camp. There’s so many fun things for her to do! But ... Read Book

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