A Lamp for My Feet and a Light for My Path

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Emmaus Road Publishing, May 1, 2007 - Catholic teenagers - 86 pages
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The Word of God is relevant, indeed vital, for teens today. A Lamp for My Feet and a Light for My Path draws teens into the Scriptures, helping them understand God's message and apply it in their daily lives. Author Nancy Humes doesn't just tell teens what the Scriptures hold for them, she leads them in discovering it for themselves. Beginning with a basic understanding of prayer and a relationship with God, A Lamp for My Feet goes on to deal with the moral and personal questions that teens face today. In twenty lessons, each containing three sections Read, ? ?Reflect, ? and ?Respond this book shows teens that the Word of God truly remains a lamp for their feet and a light for their path.
 

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Contents

Who Do You Say That I Am?
The Amazing Character of God
Lord Teach Us to Pray
The Fruit of the Holy Spirit
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Jesus is Born The First Coming
Jesus is Coming Again Be Ready
The Reality of Heaven and Hell
God s Command to Obey
God s Order for the Family
Your Relationship With Your Parents
Right to Choose Vs Right to Life
Contentment
The Real Meaning of Good Self Esteem
Controlling the Tongue
Dealing with Disappointment

Satan and Spiritual Warfare
How God Defines Love
God s Gift of Sexuality
Unforgiveness Recipe for Bitterness
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Nancy Humes is a wife, mother, and grandmother who has a great love for the Catholic Church and Holy Scripture. She taught religious education for many years and also gave numerous presentations in religious classes at the Catholic high school her children attended.A Lamp for My Feet and a Light For My Path is the result of information gathered over many years, daily reading of the Scriptures, and interaction with the teenagers who she was privileged to have instructed.

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