Amazon: FREE Christian eBooks!

April 10, 2012 · 4 comments

by Jennie
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There are currently a whole bunch of FREE Christian eBooks available through Amazon! Remember, although these books are intended for the Amazon Kindle, you can always down a free program that will allow you to read Kindle books right on your PC, iPad, iPhone, Mac or Blackberry.

Pray What God Says

NIV Once-A-Day 31 Days of Wisdom

The 7-Day Doubt Diet

The Holy Bible, English Standard Version

Hope Beyond Hell The Righteous Purpose of God’s Judgment

The NIV Gospel of John

Selfish or Selfless: Which One Are You?

What About Love? Reminders for Being Loving

I Forgive You: Why You Should Always (The Path of Forgiveness)

Knowing the Truth About Jesus the Messiah (The Defenders)

done.: What most religions don’t tell you about the Bible

Gifts With No Giver: A Love Affair With Truth

I Believe

101 Faith Notes (101 God Notes)

Jesus Christ: The Real Story

Gravity True For You But Not For Me

Security: The False and the True

Also, please keep in mind that prices on Amazon change very quickly, so make sure to double check to make sure that your book is currently free (and not just for Prime members) before you download it.

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1 Stacy N April 11, 2012 at 8:27 AM

Thanks for sharing these great deals with us, Jennie! I grabbed a couple that looked promising. I do want to point out though that not all of these books are Christian. Many look to be about spiritual things, but several talk about “finding your inner truth” or “recognize yourself as the divine”…certainly not things the Bible speaks of.


2 Jennie April 11, 2012 at 8:37 AM

Thanks for the heads up Stacy. Which ones are you referencing?


3 Stacy N April 11, 2012 at 8:49 AM

I didn’t read through all of the descriptions, but of the ones I did, I would steer clear of “Manual for Living” – finding your inner truth; “Radiance: Experiencing Divine Presence”- recognize yourself as the divine; I would question “The Heart of Abundance” – looks a lot like you create your own destiny by your thoughts -which, depending on how it’s skewed, can be un-Biblical.

I can highly recommend the 7-Day Doubt Diet by Renee Swope. I did the online Bible-study of this book a while back and it was great.


4 Jennie April 11, 2012 at 8:58 AM

Thanks…I removed those from the list. :)


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