Nicole Love Halbrooks Vaughn : Devotions From Genesis

Devotions From Genesis

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216 pages




Tate Publishing

Publication Date

July 6, 2010



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How can words written thousands of years ago be relevant to life today? See for yourself how Genesis, the book of beginnings, is not just ancient history and that the Word of God is still alive and timeless. Nicole Vaughn's Devotions from Genesis will take you on a journey from the garden of Eden to the courts of Pharaoh in Egypt, allowing you to see your own hurts, struggles, and joys through the lives of patriarchs from Adam to Joseph. You will gain insight into your heart and more importantly, insight into the very heart of God. One day at a time, you will be reminded that you are not alone with these Devotions from Genesis.

Editorial Reviews

Nicole Vaughn is a prayer warrior, a serious student of the Word, a dedicated church member, and someone who zealously shares her faith. She has imparted her insight to Scripture and her perception of the devotional value and contemporary application of Genesis in this book.

--Dr Charles Owens, founder and president of First Word Ministries, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Somerville, Alabama

Devotions from Genesis is an amazing, insightful look into the beginnings of our earth, God's family, sin, and our need for a Savior. --Sue Fallin, author of Gathering Manna: Finding God's Grace in Life's Wilderness

Nicole’s study guide and devotional offers the reader a new, fresh insight on the book of Genesis. It brings
to life old, familiar passages that reveal how awesome
a God we serve. This book will help each and every
one develop a new intimacy with God in a personal
way. My prayer is that through Nicole’s talent, God will
bless each and everyone who reads this and touch their
life in a way they never expected.

—Kathleen Sherwood
Author of McKenna, Rachel, All My
Tomorrows, and Echoes of the Past

“Very interesting, clearly written for a Christian audience, I wonder if any similar book has ever been written, I wish you success!”Since clearly about 50% of the entries are quotes from the NT and a prayer mentioning Jesus, it is not a suitable book for Jews, but it seems to be groundbreaking as a book of commentaries on the book of Genesis, to be followed by Exodus, and hopefully the rest of the books of Moses, and even perhaps the rest of the Bible. Books like this, a thought or more about the weekly portion of the Torah, are a mainstay of Jewish scholarship, and I hope that this series will open the world of this important connection with God through His Word to all believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and His Torah.”

— Gidon ArielMa’ale Adummim, Israel“Founder, “Jews Who Love Christians Who Love Jews (And The Christians Who Love Them)”

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