Beth Willis Miller
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About Beth Willis Miller
Meet Beth Willis Miller, M.Ed., author of Name Above All Names Devotional: Focusing on 26 Alphabetical Names of Christ, illustrated by Krista Hamrick; co-author of Under His Wings: Truths to Heal Adopted, Orphaned, and Waiting Children's Hearts; contributing author of 21 Stories of Generosity: Real Stories to Inspire a Full Life (A Life of Generosity); contributing author of A New Song: Glimpses of the Grace Journey (an anthology of essays, poems, stories and photos celebrating God's grace on life's journey).
Beth has a Master's degree in Education, in curriculum, instruction, and supervision. She writes articles on a variety of topics to inspire and encourage others. Her expertise as a creative and critical thinking specialist is steeped in years of experience as a writer, presenter, educator and former Florida Department of Education State Consultant for Gifted Education.
Seeing others' lives transformed by the truth of God's Word is her passion and purpose. She is married with two young adult children, and two adorable grandsons.
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Generosity is a powerful word.
Webster’s Dictionary defines it as “the quality of being kind, understanding, and not selfish; the quality of being generous; especially: willingness to give money and other valuable things to others.”
Generosity can come in many forms including time, money, attention, service, or simply a kind word or compliment. Ultimately, the motive behind it is what‘s truly important.
In this book you will read 21 real stories of generosity from ordinary, everyday people like yourself. Some of the stories focus on being on the giving side while other stories revolve around being the recipient.
Ultimately, we hope and pray that God uses these stories to inspire and encourage you to be more generous with your time, treasure and talent. That by reading this book, you might find yourself drawing closer to Jesus, the Author and Orchestrator of generosity.
Join us in this journey of living a life of generosity!
Each of the 26 devotionals focusing on the Names of Christ closes with a practical application and personalized prayer, ending with reflections and takeaways.
Example from "King of Zion"
What does it mean to trust the Lord, the King of Zion? It means looking to Him as the source of our security and putting our faith in the grace, love, power, and protection of God when the inevitable pressures of life come. It means knowing as the psalmist did that as the mountains surround and protect Zion, the city of Jerusalem, God himself surrounds and shields His people. When we trust the Lord, we don’t have to focus on the wicked and what they are doing or might do to us. We don’t have to rehash our own woes. Even though there are problems the size of mountains facing us, we can cry out to the Lord who created the mountains and is able to move them. As we sing praises to Him, and focus on Him and His truth, He will encourage our hearts and help us to tell the nations about the great things He has done!
Lord Jesus, King of Zion, I put my trust in You today. You are my security and protection, my shield, my fortress, and my hiding place, and I sing praises to You. When enemies surround me and troubles multiply, help me to remember that you are ever faithful and that you surround and protect me, both now and forever. Thank You for the free gift of salvation, that we are justified on the basis of Your finished work on the Cross. Thank You that, right now, we are under the completely sufficient imputed righteousness of Christ. Because we have placed our trust in the finished work of Jesus Christ, we are redeemed by Your precious blood. The threat of failure, judgment, and condemnation has been removed. Knowing that God’s love for us and approval of us will never be determined by our performance is the most encouraging promise to which we cling—what great things You have done! In Your mighty Name Above All Names—King of Zion, we pray, amen.
Reflection and Takeaways:
Look Up—meditate on Psalm 9:11
Look In—as you meditate on Psalm 9:11 pray to see how you might apply it to your life.
Look Out—as you meditate on Psalm 9:11 pray to see how you might apply it to your relationships with others.
Combining the beauty of Krista's artistic excellence with Beth's research of the Names, this devotional makes the perfect gift for individual quiet reflection or small group Bible studies focusing on the Name Above All Names--Jesus Christ--and His attributes and characteristics.