Little Acts Of Grace

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Little Acts Of Grace 2

Author : Rosemarie Gortler
ISBN : 1592767958
Genre : Religion
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Guides readers in their relationship with Jesus, showing that every little act of goodness and grace helps them become a better person and friend.
Category: Religion

Small Acts Of Grace

Author : Alice Gray
ISBN : 9781418525644
Genre : Religion
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Among the many wondrous ways of a woman is the inborn desire to make a difference in the world. For as long as she can remember there has been a deep longing to nurture, comfort, help, teach, and bless those around her. A woman's dreams can be as magnificent as training a child, as lofty as launching a corporation, as gentle as wrapping her arms around someone in need, or as innovative as a little girl opening a lemonade stand to raise money for charity. In Treasures for Women Who Make a Difference, best-selling author Alice Gray helps women celebrate the joy in touching someone else's life with help and hope. At the same time it is a guide for those still looking for their path of purpose.
Category: Religion

Grace Murray

Author : Ella Stone
ISBN : OXFORD:590946600
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The Mass Book For Children

Author : Rosemarie Gortler
ISBN : 1592760759
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explains what happens and when during a mass, from start to finish, with Bible quotes giving a background for what is taking place.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Random Acts Of Grace

Author : Paul Johnson
ISBN : 0805401911
Genre : Religion
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Ranging from gritty, real-life vignettes to imaginative retellings of biblical events, Paul and Nicole Johnson's stories appeal to all. As actors they believe that "drama is the back door to the heart" and that life contains the fingerprints of God's grace.
Category: Religion

Gods Beyond Temples

Author : Harsha V. Dehejia
ISBN : UOM:39015067831761
Genre : Gods, Hindu, in art
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The sacred in the Indian tradition is more an experience than a concept and goes much beyond the narrow confines of an organised temple or even a shrine. The gods of this tradition, as well as those who hold them sacred, are simple and unpretentious yet dignified and self-assured. Whether it is a tree that is held sacred or a naturally occurring stone that is reverred, a river that is the embodiment of divinity itself, an ancestor that is the embodiment of divinity itself, an ancestor that is worshipped, a fabric that is simply draped, a road side shrine on a busy street or a votive terracota horse that is lovingly made and offered, a narrative scroll that holds its audience spell-bound; here is religion at work that is as spontaneous as it is intense, charged with faith, fervor and commitment; now private and now shared, that forms an integral part of the lived lives of these common people, be they rural or urban, tribal or traditional. The rituals and practices for these deities are neither scripted nor canonized, but what they may lack in grandeur, erudition and ceremony, they more than make up in the faith and feeling that they generate. In a civilisation which has encountered majestic truths and erected grand temples, these sacred manifestations and expressions of the ordinary people tend to be sidelined or dismissed by scholars as well as the world at large, as minor or lesser gods worthy of curiosity but not of serious study, but it is important to remember that they have a beauty and presence of their own in the pluralistic Indian tradition.
Category: Gods, Hindu, in art