My Little Girl

A Novel

Author: Sir Walter Besant




Page: 181

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God Is Able

Author: Shimeka S. Brown

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Poetry

Page: 224

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As we all struggle in life with trials and tribulations we oft en stray away from the word of God. However, if we just know in our hearts that God can and will deliver us through anything he will bring us back with his mercy and Grace. His word is the truth and light, without it we will be in the dark. As you read these prayer poems God will give you peace, Love and happiness. You will be able to see the truth in yourself as well as those that surround you. Maybe you are struggling in the workplace, maybe at home, in your relationship with others or just simply you want to have a more intimate relationship with God. As you read the contents of this book it will make you want to open your bible and find out the Good news of Jesus Christ. Only then we will be able to share the Gospel with Others. John 3:16 in the bible is the reason why we can say this with confident and peace. May God bless you as you grow closer to him through powerful prayer. No matter what you go through, always know that God is Able!

Once a Week

Author: Eneas Sweetland Dallas



Category: General


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Speak Your Healing from the Homosexual Deception

Personal Testimony, Prayers of Faith, and Research

Author: Bonnie M. Egglehand

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 302

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The lies of homosexuality dissipate because a life of purity in Christ Jesus decidedly removes the homosexual deception. Each step toward Jesus brings us closer to His image, and we are changed. We emerge free to be exactly whom Father God created us to be. Leaving all secrets with honesty and transparency before God and man, forgiving ourselves and all abusers, we emerge in our true identity with a heterosexual desire. This desire for the opposite sex is as natural as apple pie. Leaving the judgments, the facades, the sins, and all idols, the stark truth remains. Our true identity is found in Jesus Christ alone.

The Heart of the Lion

(Plantagenet Saga)

Author: Jean Plaidy

Publisher: Random House


Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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The third book in Jean Plaidy's epic Plantagenet series. At the age of thirty-two, Richard the Lionheart has finally succeeded Henry II to the English throne. And, against his father's wishes, he intends to make Berengaria, daughter of the King of Navarre, his Queen. But first he must fulfil his vow to his country to win back Jerusalem for the Christian world. Leaving England to begin his crusade, Richard's kingdom is left in the hands of his brother, John, who casts covetous eyes on the crown, and his sister, Joanna, who is willing to defy even a king.

Victorian Fairy Tales

Author: Michael Newton

Publisher: OUP Oxford


Category: Fiction

Page: 544

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The Victorian fascination with fairyland is reflected in the literature of the period, which includes some of the most imaginative fairy tales ever written. They offer the shortest path to the age's dreams, desires, and wishes. Authors central to the nineteenth-century canon such as Thackeray, Oscar Wilde, Ford Madox Ford, and Rudyard Kipling wrote fairy tales, and authors primarily famous for their work in the genre include George MacDonald, Juliana Ewing, Mary De Morgan, and Andrew Lang. This anthology brings together fourteen of the best stories, by these and other outstanding practitioners, to show the vibrancy and variety of the form and its ability to reflect our deepest concerns. The stories in this selection range from pure whimsy and romance to witty satire and darker, uncanny mystery. Paradox proves central to a form offered equally to children and adults. Fairyland is a dynamic and beguiling place, one that permits the most striking explorations of gender, suffering, love, family, and the travails of identity. Michael Newton's introduction and notes explore the literary marketplace in which these tales appeared, as well as the role they played in contemporary debates on scepticism and belief. The book also includes a selection of original illustrations by some of the masters of the field such as Richard Doyle, Arthur Hughes, and Walter Crane.

Super Spiritual Stories of a Great Grandmaster

Book 1: Tommy

Author: Dr. Kauf

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 183

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Then I looked him in the eyes and said. "Remember this Tommy. There is always something. If you can,t find it just know there is no such thing as bad luck or accident. All is Gods will. There is always something. Ask God. Know always, God helps." Yes, I know the answer to Tommys question. I accepted it initially without doubt. Gods heavenly spirit flows out into us all, with the truth. The Mystical experience will lead to the making of a new generation of Great Grandmasters. They will be Christ bearers, to the world in the future. Tommy must carry on. It was so ironic that Tommys father had been a top-notch policeman. Then Tommy had to watch his mother being killed by a policeman. What meaning, psychic or otherwise could I get from it? I guess the answer to that might lie in the fact that God is concerned about making our souls perfect. Tommy would need to gain the faith to make his limitations become possibilities and turn his fears into unconditional love. Years ago, I was training Tommys father, in martial arts and he asked me to ride with him from midnight till 8 AM. He was the only sheriffs deputy in the county, of 500 square miles, on the road. It was not like today when you dont pull up on a dangerous situation without backup. Bar fights, domestics, robberies, and what ever, you responded to alone. The tactics that Tommys father used, would get him fired today. We got a call that a boy had a gun and was shooting up a small town that had no police protection. Tommys father turned on his flashers and started to respond to the call. I could tell by the way he was driving that he was using his intuitive talents. All at once he hit the brakes, and pulled the car to the side of the road. He said. "You drive." I was not a sheriffs deputy and did not have any right to drive that vehicle. Tommys father wouldve been fired if the Sheriff found out. I drove, and he meditated. I knew Tommys father was heading for trouble not just by disobeying the rules, but also if anything went wrong, no one would believe his story. Tommys father would never be able to explain that he was using his sixth sense to link with the higher realms of perception, and God Almighty. He must have read my mind. He said to me. "I have to try to save that boys life! I am receiving an energy that is higher in vibration and totally spiritual. God Almighty has a reason for that boy to live." He picked up my coat that was laying in the back seat and put it on, covering his uniform. The boy was last seen on Main Street in the downtown area. Tommys dad directed me to turn and drive towards the school. As I did it came over the radio. Someone shot back at the kid, from an upstairs window. The kid ran towards the school. As we got close to the school Tommys father jumped out of the cruiser and ran towards the playground area. I followed on foot. I know that most people will not believe what Im about to say. Before the end of the story youll understand how this happened, because Tommy is so much like his dad, in reaching into the depths of the unknown. The boy pointed the gun at Tommys father. Tommys father said. "Im on your side. I come to fight the evil." The boy raised the gun pointing it. He fired over Tommys fathers left shoulder. Tommys father was walking towards the kid and did not stop. He said in a loving voice. "You got it! Put the gun down, your safe." Tommys father was staring into the eyes of the kid as he continued to walk towards him. The boy handed the gun to him. Tommys father placed his hand on the kids shoulder. I could see the healing energy of Ki or Spirit transfer to the young boy. We walked back to the cruiser, and the boy said, crying. "I dont know what happened. All I

Homemade Sin

Author: Samuel Kyle

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 147

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Samuel Jarvel Matthews Kyle was born March 8, 1980 to the parents Gloria and Walter Lee Kyle in Vicksburg, Mississippi. As a young child he was humble and very wise. He attended Mc Call Senior High School Tallulah, Ha. He later finished his education at Job Corps in St. Louis, Missouri. There he earned his high school diploma and a associate degree in Administration. He also was a member of the Navy, Virginia. As years passed he had a passion for writing. He would write day and night. He had a brilliant mind. The words and ideas he came up with was amazing. His face would light up whenever he talked about his stories or any ideas he had. Writing was his life, his pride and joy. It was his sanity.