Suddenly

A Book by Peter Steicke

Suddenly by Peter Steicke (eBook cover)

“How different would life be if we all knew we were loved beyond our wildest imagination?”

Like all of us, Peter Steicke has experienced his share of life’s ‘suddenlies’. You know them: the unexpected and often unwelcome interruptions to life that are beyond our control. The challenge is, life’s ‘suddenlies’ often prevent us from living out of the love we already have.

This book is an intriguing set of narratives chronicling Peter’s journey deeper into the incredible love of the heavenly Father. Excellent life-related teaching expands on the stories in a way all readers will be able to connect with and apply in their lives. Through the stories and the teaching, you will learn what it is to live out of the fullness of God’s Father-heart, and develop a redeemed perspective on life—one that frees you to be a source of life to others.

Suddenly is available now in paperback, eBook and audiobook.

Get the paperback via Open Book Howden here.

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Incredibly Loved

Returned from Vietnam and am about to share with 200+ year 11 & 12 students at Vetamorphus on how they are Father’s beloved, his precious daughters and sons. So I thought I’d remind you—wherever you are reading this—of the same. You are incredibly loved, secure in the love of a perfectly generous Abba Father. Live loved, because you are. ... See MoreSee Less

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Incredibly Loved

One of the best things we can do to grow in the incredible love of the Father is deal with our hurt issues. John 21:17 says that Peter felt hurt when Jesus asked him again about his love. Jesus keeps gently pressing in to those places of hurt, so that we receive his love right there in our wounding. That way, surprised and surrounded by his love, and like Peter, surrendered to that same love, we are no longer defined by our hurt. Instead, we are defined by the love that is already ours. ... See MoreSee Less

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Incredibly Loved

Our God is a God of abundance. Abundance has to do with plenty, thriving, bounty, multiplicity, overflow, more than enough. This is the abundance of grace Paul mentions twice in Romans 5.
The opposite of abundance is all about lack, poverty, few, emptiness, scarcity, deficiency, and infertility. The Kingdom falters when we approach it from this viewpoint.
EVERY good and perfect gift comes from our faithful Father (James 1:17).
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