A Harvest Of Blessing (Padded Hardcover)Angus Buchan
In 366 devotions, Angus Buchan will give you the tools you need to grow in faith and live a fruitful life.
What does it mean to grow in faith? How do you get that first seed of faith planted in your life to germinate and grow into a fruitful, faith-filled life?
In A Harvest of Blessing, well-known author and evangelist Angus Buchan helps readers to do just that. Each of the 366 devotions includes a Scripture verse, a thoughtful meditation to grow your faith and a short prayer. Taken from The Bible with Grassroots reflections by Angus Buchan, this devotional offers readers guidance and encouragement in their daily faith walk.
A Harvest of Blessing will give readers the tools they need to grow in faith and to trust God in everything.
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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 Pages396 pp
THE HEALING POWER OF FORGIVENESS
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you. Ephesians 4:32
ONE OF the most diffi cult things in life is to forgive a person who has purposely hurt us. But as we move into a new year, let us remember that forgiveness allows us to move on and be free. Second Corinthians 2:7 says, “You ought rather to forgive and comfort [one who causes you grief], lest perhaps such a one be swallowed up with too much sorrow.”
So let us embrace the freedom of forgiveness in this new year. God has forgiven us so much, and we are called to do the same for those who have hurt us. God sets the example: in 1 John 1:9 we’re told very clearly that if we confess our sins we’ll be cleansed of all unrighteousness. God is more than happy to meet us where we are.
But in the Bible, we read about what unforgiveness can do. There once was a servant who owed a large amount of money to his master (Matt. 18:21-35). He pleaded with his master to cancel the debt. Graciously, his master did, and the servant went out rejoicing. A little later, a man who owed the servant a small amount of money came to him begging for mercy, but the servant refused. When the master heard of this, he raged, “You wicked servant! I forgave you all that debt because you begged me. Should you not also have had compassion on your fellow servant, just as I had pity on you?” The servant was condemned to repay the whole debt (vv. 32-33). With consequences like these, it’s no wonder that forgiveness often benefits us more than the one forgiven.