Unconditional Devotion by Maud A. Rider
Complete Subservience to God

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"Rider looks to offer a balm to those struggling with their faith, by illuminating scripture while stressing the importance of leading a God-centered life...In her enthusiasm for her subject matter, Rider sometimes loses her focus, making reading challenging at times."
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The condition of our lives before the Lord means a lot to our heavenly Father. This is why He sent His only Son, Jesus, to the cross to die for our sins. God has made abundant provision in His Word and through the blood of Jesus to bring forth sons and daughters in the likeness of Jesus.God has made provision to make the best believer out of you. The benefits of serving God based on our unconditional devotion are vast; the package of God's goodness in it can never be matched.I once struggled for months with a certain situation and thought God had forgotten me. One morning I woke with this question: "When you asked Me to save You, did I not save you?" "Yes, Lord," I answered. "And when you asked Me to fill you with My Spirit, did I not fill you?" "Yes, Lord," I answered. The Lord said, "When you have done all I command of you, expect Myblessings." God is faithful. He never forgets His promises, as long as we keepours. We can live in confident expectation and assurance that God willcome through for us. Our God is faithful!
 

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Published October 11, 2012 by Xlibris US. 645 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction
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on Feb 29 2016

"Rider looks to offer a balm to those struggling with their faith, by illuminating scripture while stressing the importance of leading a God-centered life...In her enthusiasm for her subject matter, Rider sometimes loses her focus, making reading challenging at times."

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