A returning Veteran is bent on cleaning up the neighborhood...but when he meets a girl half his age he gets more than he bargained for. Now they are cleaning up the multiverse with the help of the Grey Aliens.
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The existence of a God has seldom been based on physical evidence; typically our belief in their reality has been based solely on what we were taught as children to believe. This friend I do believe to be a fact, and even if we do not believe in God people will still be born, still grow, and still die. As a species living upon our earth we will still find ways to create and do amazing things, we will also manage to still find a way to kill one another using the most brutal techniques we can envision. None of these things requires a belief in God; they require only the human mind.
Dick B. is a writer, historian, Bible student, Retired attorney, and Recovered AA who is an active member of the A.A. fellowship. He has sponsored more than 100 men in their recovery. He has devoted 18 years to researching, assembling, analyzing, publicizing, and disseminating the long-ignored religious roots of early A.A. and the astonishing cures from alcoholism that the Akron A.A. Pioneers achieved in the 1930's. Dick's books cover every phase of A.A.'s religious roots: The Bible, Quiet Time, the contents of Anne Smith's Journal, the teachings of Rev. Sam Shoemaker, the life-changing program of the Oxford Group, the Christian literature early AAs read, the principles and practices of United Christian Endeavor Society of co-founder Dr. Bob's youth, together with the impact of Carl Jung, William James, William D. Silkworth, Richard Peabody, and New Thought writers such as Emmet Fox. He has published 33 titles, over 170 articles, and more than 60 audio talks on the A.A. history subject. He is a member of American Historical Assn, Alcohol and Drugs History Society, Christian Assn for Psychological Studies, Assn for Medical Educational Research in Substance Abuse, Coalition of Prison Evangelists, and Phi Beta Kappa. He holds A.B. and J.D. degrees from Stanford University.
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How surprisingly familiar, readers will muse upon reading Vicki Elliott Gambill's The Good Book and a Glass of Sweet Tea. The decades she spent toiling in less than perfect corporate America for less than deserved rewards inspired Vicki to write her inspiring story. Her determined pursuit of personal growth and ever evolving spiritual maturity has encountered many twists and turns along the way, some monumentally positive, some agonizingly devastating. Vicki takes herself as well as her readers on a beautifully emotional journey that includes the brokenness of doubting and turning her back on God, the intense pain of bringing to light a horrific childhood memory, the elusive happiness that seems just out of her reach, the intense familial struggles involved with death and illness, and finally, the satisfaction of obtaining victory in Christ. Vicki writes in a conversational, southern-drawl style that will put readers at ease and remind them that her struggles are the same struggles we all have throughout the course of a lifetime. Readers will admire Vicki's courageous vulnerability and be inspired by the choices she has madea "with the help of her heavenly Fathera "to finally free herself from the mire of discontent. With The Good Book and a Glass of Sweet Tea, Vicki is reaching out to help others while holding onto the hand that sustains her."
The Good Book" is a term that people have frequently used to refer to the Holy Bible. This phrase differentiates the Bible from other religious texts. The first section of The Good Book of Prayer captures biblical references that describe five specific purposes of prayer. In the second section, these purposes are then identified in the prayers of numerous familiar people in the Bible. A "Think About It" section following each chapter allows the reader time to meditate and find personal truths from the text.
Sexual intimacy in marriage is a great gift from a good God that cements couples together and brings unity and happiness. Nevertheless, in our broken and messed-up world we often need help and direction to understand and enjoy what it means to give ourselves to one another, and to overcome some of the difficulties and questions that every Christian husband and wife faces. Adrian and Celia Reynolds are straightforward and compassionate as they look at Scripture to guide couples in this area. They give five clear biblical principles relating to sex and apply them to the common questions Christian couples ask about intimacy.
Personal Reading shows you how to meet the motivations of each student, while avoiding pigeonholing children into a predetermined series of texts that may not address their individual interests and needs, nor foster independence.
- Author : Robert Aitkin Bertram
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1889
- Genre : Homiletical illustrations
- Pages : 892
- ISBN : UIUC:30112114853424