Hardships, loss of health, heartbreak, and hope. This is the heart of Katie’s story. For three years, she battled an unknown, debilitating sickness. Finally, Katie was diagnosed with mold poisoning, fibromyalgia, chronic migraines, and a weak immune system – a diagnosis that still affects her life today. In the midst of her health struggle, she endured the heartbreaking and unexpected death of her intended fiancé. Yet during her hard, tear-stricken journey, Katie saw God lovingly taking care of her and bringing her encouragement through friends, the Bible, and His beautiful creation. Katie found hope and encouragement in the simple and true phrase, “God is good.” Her solid belief in this phrase sustained her during her journey as she learned more about her faith in the God Who loves her. Although the journey has been hard, Katie wouldn’t trade it for anything. It made her who she is today. Because of her love for people and her passion for her faith, Katie desires to use the story God has written for her to bring hope and inspiration to others. It is her sincere prayer that God uses her story to remind others just how good God is. Join her as she recounts the journey that made her realize that God is good, even when life is hard.
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Max has been married to Tina for twenty-five years. She is the love of his life, but now he must come to terms with the fact that she is to spend a year away on a work assignment—away, for the first time, from their home, their children and their life together. Her absence leaves him feeling like an Odysseus in reverse: he stays put whilehis Penelope goes out into the world. Max, alone with his three teenage sons for the first time, is left contemplating life and the daily routine of the little bar of which he is the proprietor. As he spends more time with the regulars their problems begin to become his own. This new novel by Alex Capus is a hymn to trust, friendship and life’s small pleasures. Told with his trademark humor, Life is Good is a novel about finding contentment in rootedness as the world speeds up.
Life is Good portrays loss, pain and other life-trauma events with a clear, strong voice. Powell’s verse cuts through the veneer and goes straight to the aching heart, yearning at once for healing and redemption. This is a book for those who despite their loss, still want to live and discover the unknown destiny. __Mike Maggio, Vice-President, Poetry Society of Virginia and author of Garden of Rain. Life is Goodis Farin Powell’s poignant emotional and psychological account of death of a loved one and the future challenges. These deep and touching poems are a welcome collection grounded in the affirmation that life goes on even as the pain goes on. __Barry D. Amis, author of Mere Being. Life is Good is a moving journey through love and loss, punctuated with glances at people and places along the way. __Sally Zakaria, author of The Unknowable Mystery of Other People. LIFE IS GOOD - A Book of Poetry Life is Good is a collection of sixty poems divided into four sections. At the beginning, the speaker describes the pain and grief associated with death of a loved one. Although she realizes that life goes on, she sometime feels she has no place to go. Finally, she pays attention to what’s going on around her and the lives of others. Throughout the collection, every now and then, the speaker wonders about the role of God shaping her destiny. Despite the title of each section, every poem tells a story, describes a feeling or reveals an experience.
It's true, life is wonderful. Every day there is a multitude of fantastic, magical moments. Unfortunately, they can easily slip beneath your radar and go unnoticed in hectic modern life. Tune in to these ever-present treasures and appreciate them in their full color and beauty. This book is a charming collection filled with the daily sights, sounds, and sensations that will make you pause, smile, and recognize that life is a daily delight. Instead of becoming buried in interminable paperwork today, take a moment and listen to the ice cream truck's song or the pattering of rain against the window. Indulge in a thick chocolate milkshake poured from a stainless steel canister or sneak a slurp straight out of the milk jug. Find humor in watching kittens at play or a dog with a ball in his mouth. Enjoy life, because every moment counts.
Life is Good By: James L. Watts As Maria made her way from Texas to Seattle, she was short on cash but long on hope. Her beautiful young daughters, Margarita and Cecilia, needed reconstructive surgery to repair their cleft lips and palates, and Maria was headed to see a specialist who may be able to perform the life-changing surgery her girls needed. The path to a new life is never an easy one, often with its share of challenges, and Margarita’s and Cecilia’s story is no different. This is a story of how hope can overcome devastation and loss and how the promise of love and family can conquer the darkest days.
Two years ago, Barbara Mark and Trudy Griswold published a remarkable book that showed us how we could reach out to our angels for guidance, comfort, and love. Drawing on the unique angel communication techniques that these two sisters have been teaching in workshops across the nation, Angelspeak has sold more than 45,000 copies to date, and another 15,000 in its Spanish-language edition. Now the authors take us to the next step: calling upon God’s messengers for help in solving personal problems and healing. Focusing on the specific steps we can take to solicit angelic intervention in times of crisis, they offer wisdom and practical advice on such topics as getting clarity on what we want in our lives, how to be trusting no matter what happens, and the power of divine healing. Interspersed throughout are the stories of people who have used the Angelspeake process and have had their dreams fulfilled. A partnership with the divine is there for the asking—that is the uplifting message of this handsomely designed and illustrated book.
The quotes that I have compiled in this book represent my personal favorite sayings from successful people from all facets of human existence. I have elaborated on what these quotes mean to me, and I now share them with you.I hope that after reading each quote and my corresponding comments, you will admire and appreciate one, two, or maybe all of them. I further hope they not only stimulate your intellect, but also touch your heart, enhancing your life for the better.
Guido, a bookstore owner, uses his imagination to protect his wife and young son from the terrible realities of World War II
The Little Book is the Manifesto. Title: The Little Book comes from The Holy Bible itself (Revelation 10, and Isaiah 29). Good thing to know from The Little Book: The everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ is God's grace with good news of the sending of the Promised Messiah into the world to die for our sins. And the fulfillment of the Abraham's covenant and promises, which deal with God's political kingdom on earth as promised to his covenanted people, the House of Israel. By the Messenger of the Covenant, God will reveal his secrets, end of Church age, and beginning of the preaching of the political kingdom. (Deuteronomy 18: 15-20, Isaiah 11, 18, 29, 42,49,52, Ezekiel 37 to 48, Daniel 2, 7, 12, Malachi 3 &4, Matthew 11, 17, 24, Luke 1: 68-79, Luke 21: 24, Acts 1 & 3, Romans 11, Revelation 2: 26-29, Revelation 6: I-2, Revelation 10: 7-11, Revelation 14: 6, Revelation 19: 11-21).
Happiness is the pleasure one feels when they appreciate that life is good. It is not a selfish or trivial pursuitit is a very, very important issue. Happier people make the world a better place. They treat themselves and others better. If everyone was happier, peoples marriages would be better, schools would be more effective, and the cost of health care would plummet. There would be a reduction in the size of our police forces, and man wouldnt require as many prisons and probably many armies would disband. Happiness is that powerful. Life Is GREAT!: Revealing the 7 Secrets to a More Joyful YOU! is especially written for the happy and the soon-to-be happier. Everyone benefits from you living a more joyful life. Studies show that happy people are healthier, live longer, make more money, and have more fulfilling relationships. Living joyfully is very attainable. All you need is the right combination of wisdom and skills in order to do this. This book will teach you how to become a happier person and will empower you to make the lives of others better as well. It will help you unlock the chains that are holding you back from living a happy, more productive life.
- Author : Swami Yatiswarananda
- Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
- Release Date : 2014-01-24
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9781304719348
The experiences of a seeker after truth and practical suggestions for spiritual aspirants are very clearly presented in this volume. The chapters of the present volume are originally lectures delivered by Swami Yatiswarananda in Philadelphia and Bangalore. The following are the topics covered in this book, Harmony And Universalism In True Religious Life, The Adventures Of Spiritual Seekers, The Pursuit And Attainment Of Happiness, The Type Of Salvation We Want, The Control Of The Subconscious Mind, Indian Yoga And Western Psychology, Destiny, Human Effort And Divine Grace, The Hygiene Of A Peaceful Mind, Overcoming Obstacles In Religious Life, The Significance Of Religious Symbols, The Secret Stairs To Super-consciousness, How To De-Hypnotize Ourselves, The Mystery Of Religious Experience, The Power Of Spiritual Vibration, The Reality Beyond Time And Space, God And The Problem Of Evil, God In Everything, How Illumined Souls Live In The World.
This book is designed to provide important information about how we make our choices in life, encouragement for each of us to make positive changes where we identify the need and practical ideas, techniques and methodologies for correcting the direction of our life path to where we want it to go. There is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to making our life better. Throughout this book, we are encouraged to draw upon the many resources around us, within us and available to us to make our life what we once wished and expected it to be. It was written for you to see that you are the master of every area of your life. It is empowering in every way. This work does not conflict with your chosen religion. Exercising this power will allow you to rise above all negative programming from your youth; your self-imposed learning limitations, the fear and anxiety you experience from watching news programs; your dysfunctional relationships, any low self-esteem issues; involvement in self-damaging habits and so on.
Life is Good adult coloring book is a HUGE book with 50 coloring pages for you to color! These whimsical illustrations are printed on one-sided pages. Check out some of the other 50 page grayscale coloring books by designer/illustrator Karlon Douglas by clicking on the "More About The Author" section below Grayscale Mix-up Vol. 1 Fifty Fun Felines Winter Girls Dream World Color Some Christmas Work That Hat, Girl! Oodles of Animals Fine Art Grayscale Color Some Cuteness The Soul of a Woman Hair To Dye For
+Book Title: Life Is Hard My Friend / SWD Friendship is best things in the life. To all good friends… Author: Sores Welat Demir, Publisher: SWD-Group / 2013, Type: Drama-Film-Book, Format: Ebook-Pdf (Digital) & Print-Softcover (POD of order), A5 size / 100 page, Language: English, Content: A drama film book by SWD about two best friends and theris dreams… Contact: SWD - www.swdgroups.com - [email protected] / Isbn/Ebook-Pdf: 978-82-93675-97-6 // Isbn-PrintPod: 978-82-93675-98-3
Do you desire a more holistic life-work balance? This easy-to-read book with graphic illustrations examines practical ways to re-balance your life. No knowledge of SUDOKU is required! READERS FEEDBACK “My old friend Harold, through personal anecdotes, experience and extensive reading, shares some gems of wisdom for young and old in this insightful little book.” Gerad Carrier - Florida, USA. School Administrator, International Educator. “There is much wisdom in Life is Like a Book of Sudoku ........It is a personal encounter warmly shared with the public, entertaining, witty and light-hearted. I recommend reading it. Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim, Chairman of PAGE (Malaysia) “A simple-to-read book that offers much sensible advice. I applaud and appreciate Harold’s insight and sharing of his numerous life experiences. This book is a compelling read, but more importantly, it’s a valuable tool for us to reflect and re-focus our CORE values.” Lee-Jean Fung, founder of My Pharmacy, Malaysia (more comments inside)
The Apocalypse Or Book of Revelations Explained According to the Spiritual Sense in which are Revealed the Arcana which are There Predicted and Have Been Hitherto Deeply Concealed Translated Into English from a Latin Posthumous Work of Emanuel Swedenborg by William Hill and Revised by the Translator of the Arcana C lestia i e John Clowes To which is Subjoined a Summary Exposition of the Internal Sense of the Prophetical Books of the Word of the Old Testament and of the Psalms of David With the Text
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1815
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : BL:A0023900024
‘Sometimes I wonder, if I had known that it was going to take me fourteen years to paint this painting of the Crucifixion with Douglas as Jesus, and what it would take for me to paint this painting, would I have been as happy as I was then?’ Susan Alison MacLeod, a Glasgow School of Art graduate with a dark sense of humour, first lays eyes on Douglas MacDougal at a party in 1988, and resolves to put him on the cross in the Crucifixion painting she’s been sketching out, but her desire to create ‘good’ art and a powerful, beautiful portrayal means that a final painting doesn’t see the light of day for fourteen years. Over the same years, Douglas’s ever-more elaborately designed urine-based installations bring him increasing fame, prizes and commissions, while his modelling for Susan Alison, who continues to work pain and suffering on to the canvas, takes place mostly in the shadows. This Good Book is a wickedly funny, brilliantly observed novel that spins the moral compass and plays with notions of creating art. 'A novel about Glasgow, about art, and about obsession. This Good Book will have you gripped from the opening chapter to its disturbing conclusion. Iain Hood is an original new voice in Scottish fiction.' Colette Paul