Spending Time in the Word is a collection of lessons from the bible that can be taught in twenty minutes or less. As a rendition of The Bible Lesson Pocket Book, this is great for small group bible studies, conference call bible studies, Sunday School, and mid-week prayer service. In addition, this is a great resource for ministers and teachers who are always on the go and called upon to teach at the last minute. The lessons contained herein are concise and to the point. Yet, they are still attention grabbing and discussion stimulating. You will find lessons on faith, taking matters into you own hands, steps for finding joy, placement of trust, making up your mind, your spiritual geography, standing in your own way, and dealing with defeat. The author does a great job with getting into the heart of the lesson but yet leaving enough room for the minister and teacher to incorporate his or her personality, knowledge, and experience into the teaching moment. This book is a great jewel for any minister or teacher to have. In addition to being a great teaching resource, this is also a wonderful devotional book. Why wait for a bible study to go through the lessons? The lessons can be simply read any time of the day for meditation and enriching one's personal spiritual journey.
This book discusses the changing role of government finance in the twentieth century. It documents the enormous increase in government spending throughout the 1900s across all industrialized countries. However, the authors find that the growth of the welfare state over the past thirty-five years has not brought about much additional social and economic welfare. This suggests that public spending in industrialized countries could be much smaller than today without sacrificing important policy objectives. For this to happen, governments need to refocus their role on setting the 'rules of the game', and the study provides a blueprint for institutional and expenditure policy reform. After a detailed account of reform experiences in several countries and the public debate regarding government reform, the study closes with an outlook on the future role of the state, which is crucial in that globalization may require and people want much 'leaner' but not 'meaner' states.
You may have heard of the term ]frugal living.] These days, living within your means is becoming increasingly important. While some people find themselves in mass credit card debt, or other such unfortunate scenarios, those who practice frugal living tend to stay away from living on borrowed money and often prefer to build a savings. If choosing to use lines of credit, practitioners of frugal living almost always do so for emergency situations only, and make high priority of paying it off quickly. This is a beneficial lifestyle for so many reasons. To live frugally is to discipline yourself while also making life a little simpler. Less material and financial clutter tends to be good for you. If you begin living frugally, chances are you will acquire less stuff and take on less bills as well. There are some people that feel the need to upgrade their items constantly, such as electronics like phones and laptops, and even bigger items such as vehicles. But those who live frugally invest in items that last and use them until they have exceeded their lifespan. Dont write off the ways frugal living can improve your lifestyle. Learn useful thrift tips now to reign in your spending and keep your life simple."
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