In The Helper, Catherine Marshall gives you a revealing introduction to the Holy Spirit. She shares forty inspirational readings which contain pertinent Scripture, a prayer, and insight into this mysterious Person of the Godhead.Marshall pulls from her intense study of...
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In The Helper, Catherine Marshall gives you a revealing introduction to the Holy Spirit. She shares forty inspirational readings which contain pertinent Scripture, a prayer, and insight into this mysterious Person of the Godhead.Marshall pulls from her intense study of the Holy Spirit and her life experiences to give you answers to questions such as: Who is the Helper? How do I experience the Helpers presence? What is the Helpers role and function in the Church?The Helper is an ideal devotional guide for the forty days of Lent, for your personal study, or for group discussion. The classic readings will enable you to experience the energizing power of the Holy Spirit as you learn to depend continually on His guidance.Catherine Marshall wrote more than twenty nonfiction books, including the best-selling A Man Called Peter and Something More. She is also the author of more than one hundred articles and two best-selling novels, Christy and Julie. Her love for God and love of writing were born at an early age and remained fervent until her death in 1983.
Forty inspirational readings containing Scripture, a prayer, and insight to help you know and relate to the third person of the Trinity.
After an intense study of the Holy Spirit, Catherine Marshall wrote The Helper, detailing lessons she learned by living them out. She offers forty inspirational "helps," or readings, that contain Scripture, a prayer, and insight into the provocative third person of the Godhead. Also included are the answers Marshall discovered to questions like: Z Who is the Helper? Z How do I experience the Helper's presence? Z How does the Helper meet everyday needs? Z What is the Helper's role and function in the Church? The forty "helps" are ideal as a devotional guide for the forty days of Lent and for group or individual study. Just as the power of the Holy Spirit is needed every day to help us cope with the problems and complexities of life, so The Helper is a book for all seasons, with total sales of more than 1.2 million.
Catherine Marshall began her writing career as a single mother, after the untimely death of her husband in 1949. She went on to write more than 20 books. Catherine's greatest success was her 1967 novel, Christy, inspired by the story of her mother, which spawned a television series, a youth book series, and a made-for-television movie. Catherine Marshall passed away in March 1983. Her second novel, Julie, was posthumously published in 1984. She left her journals with her husband, who edited selections that were published in 1986 as A Closer Walk: Spiritual Discoveries from Her Journals. - Publisher.