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Day To Day Writings From Jesus Of Nazareth Through James Coyle Morgan

Author : James Coyle Morgan
ISBN : 9781504335270
Genre : Religion
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My mother and stepfather, Jim, were co-ministering at the Unity Church in Fresno, California, in 1970. Jim went into his study for a while and then called to my mother, Audre, and she went in to find he was writing. He handed her a page that she started reading; it said, “I am Jesus of Nazareth. I want you, Jim, to write the true facts of my life.” So, he went on to write the book Jesus and Mastership. While doing so, they asked Jesus if they could ask him questions, and that is how they came up with the Day-to-Day Writing from Jesus of Nazareth manuscript, which I am now making into a book. It is made up of words of wisdom, comments, and answers to questions asked by Audre and Jim. If you read the book, you will learn about praise and giving thanks; love, faith, and prayer; and spiritual strength. You will learn that love is prayer. You will find answers to questions such as: Can God speak to us? Did the incident of David and Goliath actually take place? There are many more questions and comments in the book. That is what the book is about—all the words of wisdom from Jesus. I hope the words in the book can be a blessing to you.
Category: Religion

Purpose Magazine

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ISBN : WISC:89065717175
Genre : African Americans
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Category: African Americans

The Sermon Sucking Black Hole

Author : David R. Mains
ISBN : 9781630474201
Genre : Religion
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Very little communication takes place between most pastors/priests and their congregants regarding the weekly sermon/homily. This lack of constructive dialogue has resulted in Sunday messages that are not only out-of-touch with where parishioners are living, but for the most part what’s said isn’t remembered much beyond the church parking lot. Dr. Mains contends that people in the pew can best judge when a sermon is helpful to them and when it isn’t. So why not include them in the process of both preparing and evaluating sermons? Not preaching the sermons. . . . .but again, preparing and evaluating them. He makes these changes sound so simple and practical that you can’t help but wonder, “Why weren’t these ideas implemented years ago?” Most people in the pew don’t realize how integral they are to finding a solution to this problem. But the pulpit/pew combination can be an incredibly powerful team, so let’s begin to work together to help solve this mystery of what’s happening to sermons. This is not a negative book or one that only points out problems. Instead, it’s a positive, practical and encouraging read that should fill you with hope for not only your local congregation, but churches everywhere.
Category: Religion

Your God Given Dignity

Author : Jacqui Biernat
ISBN : 9781630472795
Genre : Religion
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Your God Given Dignity is a heartfelt yet fun companion to help make positive changes in self-acknowledgment. Often Christian women work very hard, taking on leadership and supportive roles in the church, community, at their jobs and with their families, only to neglect themselves to their own physical, mental, and spiritual detriment. When complete in Christ, living in relationship with the heavenly Father, we can handle what is necessary, know when to say enough, and know when to ask for help. The practices within these pages help bring us back to alignment. Your God Given Dignity presents simple concepts with verses and quotes, insights and action steps that incorporate learning strategies using all five senses (given to us by God for a purpose) to imbed positive thoughts—and especially God’s words—into our brains. The goal is to bring our minds back from “unworthy” thoughts to what God thinks through repetition and other practices. The renewed mind becomes easier as the thoughts of God, positive images, and supportive actions are consistently practiced and reinforced. Some of these practices involve goal setting and observing daily life to find personal strengths and passions so they can be strengthened even more. Christ’s disciples were just that—“disciplined ones”—but it doesn’t happen overnight. That is what we endeavor to pursue, step-by-step discipline, with these positive practices to incorporate God’s thoughts into our minds. Gentle reminders of what we do have put us back on the road to full capacity with less internal resistance. The trick is to acknowledge those things in ourselves and remember that God has made us worthy. “Failures” need to be forgiven and forgotten, and successes acknowledged for the gift they are. When we can truly believe God at His Word without reservation, through the renewed mind, we can shine as brilliant lights in this world.
Category: Religion

Duffy S World

Author : Faith McCune
ISBN : 9781614487197
Genre : Pets
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Duffy’s World is part memoir, part dog owner’s manual, narrated primarily from a dog’s point of view. As Duffy’s owner chimes in with her own perspective, readers will recognize their own joys and challenges that mark the territory of the human/canine relationship. From eating anything and everything, to a profound fear of needles and bee stings, to being “released” from dog training school, Duffy’s never-ending zest for new experiences is the source of his owner’s greatest frustration and most profound life lessons.
Category: Pets

Commons People

Author : Tony Russell
ISBN : 9781784624163
Genre : Political Science
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What motivates our MPs? Who inspires them? What do they do to relax? What keeps them awake at night? What are their hopes and aspirations for the future? Commons People answers all of these questions and more, allowing the reader to get into the minds of our elected representatives, and reveals what’s in their hearts and explores their concerns. The book shows us the personal side of the people whose decisions affect virtually every aspect of our lives, including Sir Peter Bottomley, Andy Burnham, Stephen Dorrell, Zac Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Nicky Morgan, David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Luciana Berger, Michael Dugher, Philip Davies and many more.
Category: Political Science

Reaching The Finish Line

Author : Kallen Diggs
ISBN : 9781630473785
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Maybe you are one of those people that have been led down a trail of bad luck. You are frustrated but realize that it won't help to continue to feel that way. isn't it time that you start reaching the finish line? In 'Reaching the finish line,' you will learn how to: land a great career without a HS diploma; land a great career without a college degree; graduate with a bachelor's degree in 1 year; change careers without going back to school; work from home for the rest of your life, and much more."--Back cove
Category: Business & Economics

Smiling Again

Author : Sally Stap
ISBN : 9781614487975
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The “poignant account of one woman’s struggle for health and faith—and the tireless devotion of family” in the face of a devastating illness (Peter DeHaan, PhD). Sally Stap was living a happy life with a successful career, juggling the usual concerns about job, daughters, and everyday obligations. But her world was shattered when she was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma—a benign but large brain tumor that would require a major invasive operation to remove. Smiling Again is a story of perseverance and appreciating the beauty of life in spite of pain. Writing with a poignant blend of honesty, dry humor, faith, and inquisitiveness, Sally recounts the shock of diagnosis, the long and painful process of recovery, her eventual retirement due to disability, and ultimately the contentment she found in accepting a new life journey. No matter what trials you may face, Sally’s experience teaches us that even when the worst happens, God is still present and visible—sometimes in unexpected ways. Your future self may be different from who you were before, but those changes can lead you in new and rewarding directions.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit