Free downloads are available for each of the following books by author and hymn-writer Ken Bible. The downloads are in pdf format.
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For centuries, leaders and lay-persons alike have recommended The Practice of the Presence of God as a priceless guide to a constant walk with God. It was originally published as a series of letters, conversations, and maxims, with almost no organization of thought. Here it appears in new dress:
- rewritten for clarity
- ideas logically organized
- arranged into daily devotional readings
- interwoven with thought-provoking, contemporary hymns, with links to free online recordings
You can walk closer to God all day, every day. This book can help.
Prayers & Hymns
Prepare your heart and mind for worship with these fifty-two prayers. Each prayer is followed by an original hymn text that enriches the impact of the prayer (links provide free recordings and printed music as well). Used weekly, these prayers and hymns will help tune your thoughts to God and His purposes for our gatherings. Thirty-six of the prayers are non-seasonal, while sixteen are for special days and seasons. At the back of the book is a bonus feature, “A Christ-centered Year”. This set of readings reminds us that Jesus Christ is the focus of the entire Christian year. Every special day and every season point to Him.
Thought-provoking reflections, prayers, and new hymns
for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany
Enrich your celebration of Christ’s coming with this treasury of devotional resources. Go beyond angels, shepherds, and wise men. See Christ and worship Christ in the light of Old Testament prophecy, New Testament fulfillment, and promises of His coming again. Fill your heart, mind, and imagination with all He is. Included are hymn links that provide free recordings and printed music. The sections include: Introducing Jesus Christ; Promises of Christ’s Coming; Christ Has Come!; Epiphany: The Light of the World; Promises of His Coming Again.