Treasures From the Heart
Are you ready for revival? Even if it means forsaking the things you cherish? By studying the lives of more than 15 biblical women, Ford helps you examine your own heart to find strengths to embrace and weaknesses to renounce....
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Are you ready for revival? Even if it means forsaking the things you cherish? By studying the lives of more than 15 biblical women, Ford helps you examine your own heart to find strengths to embrace and weaknesses to renounce. As you develop godly character, you'll discover a treasury of true spiritual riches.
Your walk with God begins in the quiet reaches of your heart. It is there that God does His magnificent work of grace, transforming our hearts to hold the riches of His eternal love and the life that Christ brings when He comes into our lives. Sometimes, though, we decide, consciously or not, to discard those riches and replace them with worldly "gems." Our lives, however, always reveal what we have chosen to cherish most. ^Cheryl Ford probes the hearts of biblical women and shares how their hearts reflected their relationship with God. As you get to know these women better, you will look at your own heart, seeing strengths to embrace and weaknesses to overcome, and you will discover the joy of separating and sifting out worthless treasure in favor of true spiritual riches.
Cheryl Ford, RN, CEO, is a licensed Registered Nurse in the state of Washington. She is the founder and CEO of her own company which assists in financial, social and clinical assessment and placement of patients requiring a wide range of skilled medical treatment to over 450 licensed Adult Family Homes. The licensed Adult Family Homes are owned and operated by doctors and nurses. Cheryl was recipient of a Golden Acorn Award in 1990 for voluntarily taking leave of her several careers to singlehandedly nurse a neighbor's six year old daughter through the last five months of her terminal cancer.