This writer presents the reader with poems of a personal nature. His words in poetic manner flow through a past which can still be troublesome at times, but the war poems shed a different light on a traumatic experience.
Protestants & Catholics have battled for centuries over how a sinful man is forgiven by a holy & righteous God. Some of evangelical Christianity’s most highly respected leaders have linked hands with Catholics in an unprecedented accord by signing an agreement. What was decided about justification by faith - the one issue upon which Martin Luther said the church stands or falls?
At the center of the Bible is the book of Psalms. This great symphony of songs and prayers expresses the heart and soul of humanity. In them, the whole range of human experiences is expressed. The psalmists confess their sins, express their doubts and fears, ask God for help, and praise and worship him. Use these devotionals as personal enrichment, class discussion starters or prayer tools.
This book is for the Christian who truly seeks God. We are all sinners such that we are literally in sin every day. If we say we have not sinned, we lie. This is caused by our tongues, ears, eyes and mind. It is not possible to be perfect. The need of confession is a daily wash for the soul. We can't be perfect, we can only be perfected by the savior. Salvation is a gift, Ephesians 2: 8.
This short collection compiles three plays penned by award-winning and best-selling author Jack Ketchum. The first, KILL: A Confession for the Stage - is the final stage play Ketchum ever wrote...inspired by the Boston Strangler Case - it is powerful, and eerie. Also included in this are DRIVE-IN MOVIE - which Ketchum also penned for theathre, and a short piece titled OLIVIA: A Monologue.
Claws and whiskers! A spirit of uncertainty and unrest has settled upon the Cougar village. Cheshire Cougar, the brave and noble Marquis of Cougars, has been brought back from the Battle of Eastern Pass on a travois. The leader of the Cougar clan has lost his ability to smell out those enslaved to the dragon and the Council is scared.