God Is Watching You

How the Fear of God Makes Us Human

Author: Dominic Johnson

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Fear of God

Page: 304

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The willingness to believe in some kind of payback or karma remains nearly universal. Retribution awaits those who commit bad deeds; rewards await those who do good. Johnson explores how this belief has developed over time, and how it has shaped the course of human evolution.

God Is Watching You

Author: Bisi Adelani

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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God Is Watching You is a story about a Christian family—father, mother, and their two children, Amy and Fred. Fred is a God-fearing and obedient boy, whereas Amy is a lazy and disobedient girl. Amy was always idle, dissatisfied, and untidy; she ignores adult instructions and does what pleases her. But something happened on one of the children’s visit to their grandparent’s house. Her grandmother asked Amy to assist in the kitchen to prepare for dinner, but she refused and chose to watch TV instead. She was asked to do the dishes after dinner but left the chores to his brother, Fred. Amy finds pleasure in bossing his younger brother around. When it was time for bed and everyone was in the living room to say their prayers, Amy was fast asleep. That night, something happened. She had an encounter. What happened in the encounter? Was Fred involved? Did it have a positive impact on Amy?

God Is Watching You

Author: Yu Kun

Publisher: BookCountry


Category: Fiction


View: 699

In everyone's mind, are hidden a black house, this is not what Freud's psychoanalysis, but since ancient times to experience each of us hearts. In fact, the process of childhood and Black Rain live in the house after the experience, the process of discovery is human evil in our hearts. In this story, there have been repeatedly saying: "I will split the wood appeared to move away the stone you will find me."

Kingdom Reflections

Precious Quiet moments in The Presence of God

Author: George Kufa

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Poetry

Page: 153

View: 897

The Bible in itself is an infallible tool that has stood the test of time and remains the longest best selling book since publications begun. These reflections are meant to act as an "aide memoire" to the daily Bible reading which is expected of us and have put across in a practical format that relates to the day to day issues we face. I am sure that who ever reads them will identify with some, if not all of them.

Relationships Unfiltered

Help for Youth Workers, Volunteers, and Parents on Creating Authentic Relationships

Author: Andrew Root

Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties


Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 260

For more than 50 years, relational or incarnational ministry has been a major focus in youth ministry. But for too long, those relationships have been used as tools—as a means to an end—where adults try to influence students to accept, know, trust, believe, or participate in something. While our motives may be good, it’s possible that by focusing on these goals, we’re not ministering the whole person. When we choose not to engage in the full life of a student, we run the risk of failing them and our ministry. In this thoughtful and insightful book, Andrew Root challenges us to reconsider our motives and begin to consider simply being with and doing life alongside teenagers with no agenda other than to love them right where they are, by place-sharing. As he shares stories of his (and others’) successes and failures in relational youth ministry, you’ll find practical ideas to help you recreate the role of relationships in your youth ministry. If you’re involved in the lives of teenagers, whether as a youth pastor, volunteer youth worker, church leader, or parent, you’ll want to read this book and work together to discover the value of place-sharing in the lives of teens. You’ll see that it’s time to tear down the old structure of relational youth ministry and start again.

Spoken Soul

Author: Angela Wilson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Poetry

Page: 150

View: 327

The book Spoke Soul Speak personally on life itself. Spoke soul is the best yet. It speaks on political aspects of as well as spiritual. It talks about everyday happenings. Spoken Souls speaks directly to ones heart and make you think. Its a book you and your family will Enjoy through out the years to come andit will fill your heart with joy, Make you cry and makeyou laugh. Spoken soul is a book of poetry that Will inspire you in every aspect in life whether youre going through rough Times or even if times are good spoken soul will make you feel good and will Touch your soul, thats why its called spoken soul because it speaks to ones Soul and bring out the best in ones heart and mind.

Unfollow Vol. 2: God Is Watching

Author: Rob Williams

Publisher: Vertigo


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 144

View: 921

DOWN FOR THE COUNT Larry Ferrell died as he lived-changing the world. As the legendary founder of the social network Headspace, which connects nearly everyone on the planet, Ferrell gave away his entire fortune on his deathbed-18 billion dollars, evenly divided between 140 randomly selected strangers. With the money came one simple condition: if any of the recipients dies, their shares are automatically redistributed to those still alive. The result? Kidnappings. ÒAccidents.Ó Murder. Slowly but surely, the 140 are dwindling, and no one-not the rich and famous socialite, not the strangely prescient guru, not the tough-as-nails reporter-is safe. But death is not the end that it might seem to be. Behind this sinister experiment is a secret that Ferrell kept from everybody, including those responsible for the 140 program-and now all the masks are about to come off. Collecting issues #7-12 of the acclaimed Vertigo series, UNFOLLOW VOL. 2: GOD IS WATCHING brings a new level of savage insight to Rob Williams and Mike DowlingÕs razor-sharp thriller, with special appearances from guest artists Marguerite Sauvage and Ryan Kelly.

And God Was Watching

A Modern--Day Tale Of...Job

Author: E R. McGregor

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 188

View: 331

This modern retelling of Job's tale is about overcoming tragedy and adversity brought on by Satan. A man who has been blessed with everything under the protection of God-extreme wealth, a healthy family, and a thriving corporation-is beset with tragedy from all sides. Even though Satan is allowed to persecute and torture Job and his family, physically and mentally, Job perseveres. And God Was Watching is an inspirational story about overcoming the obstacles that Satan purposely throws our way to keep us from the Lord. It is a story about remaining faithful at all costs and not placing blame on God. This modern retelling is designed to appeal to, inspire and educate the younger generation to recognize the importance of Job's story.