Richard Case, founder of Living Waters Ministry, and Larry Collett, one of the Living Waters leaders, have published several books important to the Christian community. Please browse his books below. For further detail on these books, go to Living Waters author website: richardtcase.com
Forgiveness is the greatest gift we are extended through salvation, easily given by our Lord and Savior. So, why is asking for forgiveness for our wrongdoing and forgiving others of theirs one of the most difficult struggles many of us face as believers?
All of us face adversity and usually wonder, How am I supposed to handle this? Using practical terms and application, Adversity: But There’s Hope Ahead addresses the components of God’s original plan vs. Christian fatalism; the types of adversities that exist; and biblically based responses to each type of adversity.
I try to take a walk five days of every week. The course is approximately three and one-half miles and crosses some beautiful terrain in the valley where I reside. It goes one direction and then reverses itself. During one part of the walk, the wind will be behind me, assisting by allowing me to move at a faster and brisker pace. It is always enjoyable when this happens, as I appear stronger and quicker than normal.
Assume we are entering a huge maze, enormous both in terms of its length and the number of choices required to finish the course. After a few feet, we must make our first decision. We may have only two ways to go, or there may be multiple choices available. A glance into each allows only a few feet of visibility, not really enough to know if it is the right choice. But, we must choose and move on. When we do, we soon discover whether our hunch was correct or if we are at a “dead end”. If the latter is the case, we must return to the previous decision point and start over. If we are correct, we soon end up at another intersection, requiring another choice.
Many movements in today's society have combined to create an atmosphere that at best teaches married couples very little about how to find happiness together, and at worst threatens to destroy the sanctity with which God intends his children to approach that union. Self-centeredness and misinformation have led many away from walking in the Spirit and loving their spouses in Christlike ways, disqualifying them from the blessings that God has in store for his unified children.
It is too late for national repentance and hoping that our nation will ever again return to being a “Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all – blessed in every way by God”. Warnings of judgments are clear, and what is coming will be devastating to our way of life.
The newest work from author Richard T. Case demonstrates, from God’s very Scriptures, and what many think are just principles and guidelines, the truth about God’s will. With a deeper reception of these scriptural truths, believers will find their lives lifted from a struggle in mediocrity to the spectacular and exceptional.