Have you ever wanted to encourage a grieving believer but your questions hindered you from approaching him or her? Questions like, Do they want to be left alone? Should I encourage them to talk about their departed loved one? What should I say? Should I say anything? What do they need most in their time of grief? These questions and many others are answered in this book. In addition, other stressful situations are included beside grief such as dealing with sickness, loneliness, disappointment in life, providential situations, moral issues and worldliness.
This book defines and provides the scope and breath of this valuable gift of exhortation or encouragement. Those with this ability have a power to support and strengthen fellow believers in a supernatural way. Such a gift is not for the faint hearted but for those burdened to share their faith: with those in physical sickness, with those in emotional turmoil, with those under spiritual pressure and with those in mental torment.
If you are interested in helping others, you may have this gift of exhortation or encouragement. Find out from a totally biblical perspective exactly what this gift entails and the context in which it is used. This ability is especially needed in the church today and in Christian families. Anyone with this gift is a very valuable person. Here are some of the chapters:
The source and purpose of spiritual gifts,
The gift of exhortation (encouragement),
The context of the gift of exhortation (encouragement),
The gift of exhortation – how does it operate today in stressful situations?
How is this gift discovered?
The gifted individual’s responsibility.
Get this book now and begin to understand the wonderful scope and power of the ability to encourage others. Learn how to equip yourself to use this gift in your family and in the church.
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