A Mustard Seed (Padded Hardcover)Angus Buchan
Dedicated to you the believer who have to face a broken world with nothing but your faith and your God.
A Mustard Seed offers readings for the full calendar year, with a Scripture passage for each day, and a meditation in Angus’s characteristic conversational style.
The 366 daily devotions are dedicated to you the foot soldier of the Lord – not necessarily the generals, officers and super-spiritual. It is dedicated to you the believer who have to get up every morning and walk the talk, go through the daily grind and face your day-to-day challenges.
A Mustard Seed is for every believer who needs a mustard seed of faith to get through every day so that they can walk in the fullness of what God has prepared for them in His kingdom.
About the Author
Angus Buchan felt God’s calling on his life to spread the gospel, and in 1980 started Shalom Ministries in South Africa. He spends much of his time writing, recording TV messages, and traveling around the world preaching. He is a full-time evangelist and sought-after speaker. Angus lives with his wife, Jill, on Shalom farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
Size150 x 220 mm
Number of Pages452 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
The just shall live by faith
For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith:
as it is written, The just shall live by faith. Romans 1:17
Hopefully we will all have had the chance to sit down and rest
during the Christmas season. But when faced with a new year,
it is so easy to be filled with anxiety as we contemplate the massive
challenges awaiting us over the next twelve months.
The only way to overcome fear and anxiety is with faith. When
faith moves in, anxiety and fear move out. How do we get faith?
Faith comes with attentive listening, and listening should be rooted
in the Word of God (Romans 10:17). John Wesley (1703-91) was
a professional theologian who tried to do everything he could to
live the life of a holy man. He tried to discipline his body, to fast,
to go without the normal comforts of everyday living, but he failed
miserably every time. He therefore became dejected and completely
disillusioned with life. It was only when, just as Martin Luther (1483-
1546) had, he discovered that the just shall live by faith that he was
liberated and found total freedom.