One of the most prominent and interesting subjects of the Bible is the appearing of the living God’s Son in glory, and while all hints seem to point to some supernatural event physically occurring before human eyes, the fact of the matter couldn’t be any farther from the conventional interpretation of heavenly things.
Heaven’s Genuine & Counterfeit Ministry is a book illustrating the Bible’s new covenant Faith, only to discern, arising from the earth, a strange ministry foreign to its objective. The ground, upon which the living God’s heavenly mediation is built, is a benevolent decree for the inward parts of man.
Does your heart respect your mind? Are you married to your self? We answer these questions by allowing our self to fall in love with its own character. Without doing so, we miss the essence of this affair called, “Life.” Growth is a book of poems dedicated to telling the story of the controversial, and yet fascinating relationship between the person and their character.
We are to have, as is said and believed when it comes to life and religion, "faith," but when it comes to exercising faith on any thing, a very crucial aspect of having and exercising "faith" isn't normally mentioned. Justification is a book discussing what isn't when it comes to "faith," talked about.
The Sabbath, if not carefully and prayerfully studied, can be one of the most confusing subjects. There is clearly a Sabbath that the God of the Bible made for His assembly, but with His voice of commandment being a Judge on all things, why are there yet various sabbaths differing from the one He set?
Learning from past mistakes is the greatest defense against present and future error. There is no escaping that, in whatever form it may appear, history will repeat itself. But we can create better years of antiquity by intelligently analyzing the past to alter the future’s course, and while making the present a benevolent catalyst to forward a more complete amendment in thought and feeling.
Baffled by his environment, Azazel is confused, caring only to figure out where he is, how he got there, and why he feels compelled to believe that something is wrong. Having no knowledge of his past, he begins to question the setting, taking in hints and clues, in order to piece together his broken memory, from whatever source.
Someone Somewhere is a diverse collection of poems that explore the intricacies of being human in a world that at times is far from humane. It may not be me and it may not be you but someone somewhere is experiencing something.
The Lord has inspired me to write poems and prose to glorify His holy name. For as long as I live, I want to write poems and prose about my Lord Jesus, who I love to share with others in my poems and prose. The Lord has been too good to me for me to keep Him all to myself. I have to be a witness of Him in my poems and prose and, most of all, in my life.
This book was written just for children so they can learn how families can get through the challenging times we’re living in. Yes, families should talk about this virus, since children need to understand that everything happens for a reason.
This book focuses on selected Martinsville High School (Indiana) basketball teams, former Martinsville high schools, former high school gymnasiums, and Martinsville-associated people who have been inducted into an Indiana sports hall of fame at least at the state level.
No matter what is going on in this world, it won’t be more than what Jesus allows it to be. All that Jesus went through when he was living here on earth, He went through for all of us to save us from our sins. My writings are about my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He is the King of kings and Lord of lords forevermore.
Three seemingly unrelated events — a deadly mauling at the zoo, manslaughter in the park, and the appearance of a devastating political cartoon — come together and lead to startling conclusions.
This psychological thriller demonstrates that a person can create incredible justifications when trying to absolve themselves of responsibility for a terrible event.
Under the sign of the rainbow, this world is populated with billions of people who Jesus Christ gave up his life to save. God is a second chance God. He gave His grace to Noah and his family because they loved and obeyed him. The Lord has encouraged me to write this book of poems to encourage you to love and obey Him just as I do.
Roping the Storms of Life Like a Cowgirl is a book that will inspire you to develop that Cowgirl Mentality to get you past adversity and trauma in your life and move you forward with a positive form of thinking. Cowgirls have set an example for all of us to attack our battles with a spirit of positive conviction.
This is the story of Rabbi Levi A. Olan, a prominent liberal mind in American Reform Judaism from the decades of the 1930s through the 1970s, who spoke out on the issues of the day, while struggling to correct the dilemmas that society was inflicting upon its less fortunate members.
Alan Roderick-Jones is one of those rare entertainment industry hyphenates whose illustrious career has never been told before. A London and Hollywood production designer, art director, artist, director and producer, Alan’s career spans over five decades and his contributions include classics like The Lion in Winter, and Papillon.
My poetry is all about my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who I love to give all the glory and praise to each and every day. These inspiring poems encourage me to hold onto Jesus in these tough times that we are living in.
When God created heaven and earth, it sounds like poetry in the book of Genesis.
The Lord has blessed me to write these poems based on many things that are going on in this world.
The Lord has blessed me to write these poems to also be spiritual and in line with His holy word.
Inspired poetry is about crossing over the physical world into the spiritual world. It’s also about communicating physical things with spiritual things.
This book is filled with poems about my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who I love to give all the glory and praise to each and every day. It is my hope that these poems will encourage readers to hold onto Jesus so He can help them through their struggles in life.
This book chroicles the Holt family and thair history in Scotland, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and several other midwestern states. Also included are Rev. James Holt’s records of 230 marriages in that took place in northeastern Missouri from 1830–1904.
The search for the keys to Heaven inadvertently births a program that predicts the future. Computer geek Mark Jacobs gets ahold of a copy and suddenly finds himself the target of governments and terrorists worldwide. As Jacobs avoids capture, Lt. Chuck Lansing battles his own demons and doubts about the Iraq War. When the two come together, the fate of the world could rest in their hands.
Author G.J. "Face" White takes readers on a roller coaster ride through his life of drugs, women, crime, jail time and the epiphany he reached that's kept him on the straight and narrow path since his final release from prison. The multitude of colorful characters that populate Face's life make this a fast-paced and entertaining read.
The argument is made that an Information Revolution (shortened to Inforev) has been underway since 1980, paralleling the Industrial Revolution, and electricity is the greatest innovation of all time and has brought us all to wealth and advanced culture. This story develops the history of electronics.
Tina is a Teacher called by God, and gifted in prophecy and the workings of miracles. She’s a member of Triumph Church in Summit, Miss., Founder of The Administration Of The Holy Spirit (AOTHS) and one of the founders of Open Your Heart testimonial groups 2.0, where she teaches live broadcasts on the Holy Spirit, Entering Jesus/Yeshua’s Presence with demonstrations, and end time prophecy.
The nature and complexity of a jigsaw puzzle in many respects mirrors the nature and complexity of the church and ministry. Dr. Dew uses principles of solving a jigsaw puzzle and applies them to the puzzling aspects of church ministry and leadership.
I Am A Queen! Not simply because I say so, but because of my relationship with the King—God Himself. You may not see my crown, but trust me—it’s there—sparkling, shining, illuminating light, holding me responsible for the life I now live, and reminding me at all times that I must work the works of Him who sent me while it is day for when the night comes the workday will be over.
Afterglow...Moving Beyond the Pain of Loss and Grief is a heartfelt, deeply emotional work in which F. L. Richards not only shares his personal experience of sadness but also describes the beauty of what was, the reality of what is, and the hope-filled possibilities of what might be. The pain of loss and grief is not as powerful as the gift of healing.
The world that I thought I knew so well became clearer and the meaning of life became more meaningful. Answers were revealed to some of my toughest questions including the toughest one of all—a question that each one of us, at some point in life, has asked...“Why am I here?”
Meet Roxanne, Roxy for short. She's a seal point Siamese cat who lives with and artist and gardener.
Learn about all the fascinating adventures Roxy has during her day in the garden.
Appropriate for ages 2-7.
Josh, a wealthy businessman, decides to take himself off the grid and find a group of people or a small country that needs his help. Read about the trials and tribulations Josh faces and the friends he makes as he works to protect and better his new country.
Slumbering Thunder provides informational strength and reference for a basic knowledge of government decisions affecting your life, the lives of struggling tribal families, and the future of your state, and our country.
Gas is poured. A match is lit. Another church crumbles to the ground in a heap of ashes and embers. Investigators are closing in on the arsonist when a tragic event threatens to destroy their investigation and shake their city to its foundation.
As Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing opens it is Jacob Dorner’s tenth birthday, and his future seems especially bright on this special day. What he does not know is that over the next several months, he will witness a horrific conflict between his father, Michael Dorner — a wonderful servant of God — and Brothers in Christ Church’s newly installed senior pastor, Stan Gordon — a devoted servant of Satan.
Each month for 10 years, Manchester University President Jo Young Switzer assembled newsworthy items and wrote an opening essay and closing reflection for a newsletter aimed at allowing graduates living around the United States and the globe to stay connected with the energy, learning, and spirit of Manchester University. This collection of excerpts was gleaned from those newsletters.
A gripping, lyrical, spiritual, erotic and despairing journey, Last Métro to Bleeker Street plunges the reader into the streets cafes, souls, poetry, folk music, sexual hunger and despair of Paris and New York’s Greenwich Village of the 1960s.
This book is about money and debt and how too much of one leads to another. The United States has forgotten its legacy of frugality and hard work, espoused by the founding fathers including Thomas Jefferson. The financial mess that has caused a monumental fifteen trillion dollar debt needs to be corrected. Correcting a bad situation will not be painless.
This book is about the breaking and restoration of a human spirit. It is based on the book of Job. It tells of satan taking over the life of a human being whose greatest desire was to serve Jesus. Like Job, satan desired to make her curse God and die spiritually. This is an exposé of satan’s tactics and how we can free and protect ourselves from the power of satan and sin.
Cars were one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s great obsessions, along with Architecture and Japanese Prints. The last two have been well documented, but the Cars have not been covered at all … until this book.
This unique visual history of Wright’s 85 cars and one motorcycle uses original magazine ads to describe the make and model of each vehicle.