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ABOUT BOOK: The knowledge of good and evil we inherited from Adam is a dimension of our intellect so innate, so instinctual, so intuitive, so pervasive a way of responding to our everyday circumstances it is virtually impossible to avoid. Even though it is the wellspring of our transgressions, we are apt to overlook its devastating impact and view sin as a life-long list of errant acts, believing we can become better Christians by committing fewer of them.
The purpose of this book is to re-examine how sin came into the world through Adam and how the Lord has redeemed us by His grace through faith from this formidable adversary “crouching at the door”.
ABOUT AUTHOR: Bill Combs is a retired Presbyterian minister, married for 48 years, and has Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Fuller Theological Seminary. As a pastor, he loved to paint word pictures so the congregation could better identify with the sermon’s text, and has carried that love into the writing of this book. The initial idea came from a sermon. The rest was forged in the crucible of his experience. Bill@WilliamCombsAuthor.com
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Our family favorites are sweet potato casserole, turkey, green bean casserole and cranberry relish. Please enter me in the Kindle giveaway.
We like my mothers sage/oyster dressing and of course pumpkin pie!
All of our children are gone and have families of their own but hubby and I still do the Christmas Eve candle light service. It would not be Christmas without taking time to worship.
3. For me it is always mashed potatoes or any dish of potatoes really! I love the hearty warming meals. Just makes it feel like family togetherness.
I always look forward to cooking dinner for Christmas Eve. They are special dishes we only make once a year for that day. Mostly fish and vegetables.
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1. I like to attend a church musical or special event for the season. Please enter me in the contest. Thank you.
My favorite holiday food is sweet potato casserole. I look forward to making some next week for my very small Thanksgiving gathering.
We always try to have some family parties and get-togethers during Thanksgiving and Christmas. We enjoy having our family's Swiss bread to eat with homemade jam. We also have some Swiss cookies that my sister makes from a recipe handed down from my grandmother.
When my dad was alive I would love to make lemon pie. It was his favorite. Now that he is gone I make pumpkin and chocolate pudding pies.