9 FREE eBooks For Friday August 12

Summer is almost over and these book updates are ending so I can focus on ministry projects. I have a lot of things on my project plate! I am making course videos for Bible Cafe™ University, writing books, creating content for social media, and moving our website to a new server. I love my job and when I am not working, I enjoy reading books for entertainment.

You can still find free books on your own if you seek them. Look under the Kindle ebook tab on Amazon, sort by category, then click the free book tab. Once you find this, Save the link to your tablet or computer. Here’s the link that I have been using all summer long.

https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Christian-eBooks-Bibles/zgbs/digital-text/158296011

It’s time for FREE ebooks! Grab these while they cost nothing. If you wait, you miss the chance to get your Free ebooks.

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Sounds like NOW is the perfect time to grab a book (or two). I found these free ebooks today by searching the bestseller lists. Why? Because, I enjoy reading books and I’m always growing my personal library. But you should know, I don’t have a Kindle device. I  read these free books using the Kindle App.

FREE eBooks- today only!

Finding Her Way

Craving the Cowboy 

Island Refuge

Hidden

He Healed Them All

Untwisting Scriptures

Coming Events and Present Duties

Be a Giant Killer

The Way to God

Note: Sometimes the book is also free on Kindle Unlimited. So be sure to click the “buy now” button after you verify the price. Don’t click “read for free.”

Have fun reading books! After you read these, post a short book review or 5-star rating below. Check again next Friday, and I will share even more Free Christian ebooks.

Revelation Bible Study [Week 4]

This week for the Revelation online Bible study we are discussing chapters 10, 11, and 12. Grab your Bible and lets review Revelation. As we learned from Daymond Duck, “serving God requires doing, not just hearing.”  We enjoyed talked about this in our Bible Cafe™ community.

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Serving God is motivated by love, not paychecks or pride. We serve Him by making disciples and sharing our testimony of His goodness. We serve Him by putting on the character of Christ. As we learned this week too, serving Him is an act of obedience and love.

Here in our study about Revelation, we saw John serving God in many ways. He wrote down words when permitted. He ate the words when commanded. He risked his reputation and relationships by writing the words of Revelation. Perhaps a good prayer for each day is asking God how we may serve His kingdom. For today.

“Spiritual food comes from hearing, believing, and abiding by the Word of God.” We keep our spiritual plate full as we pray, worship, read Scripture, and fellowship with believers. The Bible Cafe™ encourages these opportunities.

John is a New Testament prophet, writing about the destruction of Satan. Can you imagine the risks from such a task! The old man was already banished to an island, yet willing to risk pain and death. In historical context, this first century man was a troublemaker for the religious and political systems. Unafraid, John speaks truth.

The benefits to his obedience impact Christians for more than 2,000 years. His timeless message is passed from generation to generation. His warnings about the false trinity are easily accessible in our modern world. I’d imagine that when the Antichrist takes up his authority, he would censor these prophetic words. For today, we have wisdom without censorship.

And the dragon stood before the woman who was ready to give birth, to devour her Child as soon as it was born. She bore a male Child who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron. And her Child was caught up to God and His throne. Revelation 11:4b-5 NKJV

Let’s wrap up our week with a closer look at Revelation 12:5. In this passage, the woman figure symbolizes the mother and not the bride. Let’s look at the different roles.

A mother and a bride give and receive love, A mother nurtures a child, carries a child, protects her child, provides for her child, and educates her child. In contrast, a bride leaves her home to start a new family. She is romanced, intentional, and committed to her decision. She has matured.

Later in our study we will encounter the Bride of Christ. Here in Revelation 12, we encounter the mother figure, Israel.

 

 

 

8 Free eBooks For Friday August 5

Are you enjoying your 2022 summer? We’ve added an entertainment option each week- FREE ebooks! Grab these while they cost nothing. If you wait, you miss the chance to save moolah. Each Friday during the summer we will post an update for Free ebooks.

Sounds like NOW is the perfect time to grab a book (or two). We found these free ebooks today by searching the bestseller lists. Why? Because, we enjoy reading books and like you, we’re growing our personal library. But you should know, we don’t have a Kindle device because we read these free books using the Kindle App.

FREE eBooks- today only!

A Criminal Game

What’s Stopping You

A Grave Secret

Love’s Heartfelt Journey

Flee the Darkness

Just Show Up

Learning to Be Me Without You

Feed Your Spirit

Note: Sometimes the book is also free on Kindle Unlimited. So be sure to click the “buy now” button after you verify the price. Don’t click “read for free.”

Have fun reading books! After you read these, post a short book review or 5-star rating below. Check again next Friday, and we will share even more Free Christian ebooks.

12 Free eBooks For Friday July 29

We love Fridays because it’s time for more FREE ebooks! Grab today’s books while they cost nothing. If you wait, you miss this chance to add free books to your personal library. Each Friday during the summer I will post an update for Free ebooks.

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Sounds like NOW is the perfect time to grab a book (or two). I found these free ebooks today by searching the bestseller lists. Why? Because, I enjoy reading books and I’m always growing my personal library. But you should know, I don’t have a Kindle device. I  read these free books using the Kindle App.

FREE eBooks- today only!

Repentance

The Authenticity of the Bible

Writing By Faith

Successful Self Publishing

Dugout Devotions

Spurgeon Gems

Chaos in the Blink of An Eye

Last Chance Ranch

Miss Match

Finding Love in Florence

Her Glimmer of Hope

Deadly Alliances

Note: Sometimes the book is also free on Kindle Unlimited. So be sure to click the “buy now” button after you verify the price. Don’t click “read for free.”

Have fun reading books! After you read these, post a short book review or 5-star rating below. Check again next Friday, and I will share even more Free Christian ebooks.

Revelation Bible Study [Week 2]

Welcome back to the Bible Cafe™ as we continue our Revelation study. I am very impressed with your desire to learn and share insights in your small groups. Well done my friends! Let us give a big appreciation to our volunteer leaders who make the Bible Cafe™ experience enjoyable for all. We love our leaders very much.

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Revelation Online Bible Study

This is my favorite week in the study. Author Daymond Duck clears up the confusion about tribulation, rapture, the four horsemen, and the seven scrolls. He writes, “Because human words cannot describe what John saw, he used symbols to help us.” You do not need a theology degree to understand this. Remember the Bible says those who read Revelation are blessed. The blessing comes as you put your heart and eyes on the Word of God. He will guide you to understanding… verse by verse.

As we study the future described in Revelation, John reminds us about the promises of God. As further encouragement, Daymond Duck observes five people who have been raptured: Enoch, Elijah, Jesus, Philip, and Paul. None of these men died a physical death. Eyewitnesses saw the men “taken up.” Based on historical evidence, we know the possibility of the rapture is real for Believers.

Notably, Lazarus is not included in the list. He died twice, physically, and was not taken up (raptured without a physical death) as the other men were. Do you understand the significance and importance of this happening before the Tribulation Period? It gives us hope for the future.

What other religion had their leader experience physical death, and then come back to life again? Absolutely none. Jesus demonstrates unselfish love. The Antichrist will try to mimic Christ, buts it’s not in his nature to be unselfish and so he will be exposed.

Our study this week is helpful for your understanding of the kinsman redeemer. Some observations to remember: He is a family member, and He pays off a debt. That’s Jesus. In the Old Testament, this was told through the story of Ruth and Boaz. If you want to study this further, open a Bible concordance such as YouVersion or BibleGateway, and in the search box type “redeemer.”

For I know that my Redeemer lives, And He shall stand at last on the earth. Job 19:25 NKJV

In Revelation, we are blessed to realize Jesus is our kinsman. He is a member of our spiritual family. With unselfish love, He has prepared a future home for us in eternity.

If Jesus is the kinsman redeemer, then Jesus is your family member. Pause and think about that. He is your family…not some supernatural guy in an ancient book. Not only is He your family, but He is also your Bridegroom. Which symbolizes an eternal “transaction sealed in love.”

Jesus wins.

Assignment For the Next Week

Read chapters 7, 8, and 9 in the book Revelation: The Smart Guide to the Bible by Daymond Duck