The Names Of Our Tears

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The Names Of Our Tears

Author : P. L. Gaus
ISBN : 9781101612880
Genre : Fiction
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Book 8 of the Amish-Country Mysteries Ruth Zook returns home to Holmes County, Ohio, carrying a heavy suitcase and a heavier heart. Coerced into becoming a drug mule, Ruth retaliates by destroying her illicit burden and pays for it with her life. When Fannie Helmuth confesses that she was similarly coerced, Sheriff Bruce Robertson realizes that the drug dealers’ operation reaches all the way to Florida’s Pinecraft Amish community. He immediately moves the investigation South, where more innocent lives are in jeopardy. Like the bestselling books in Craig Johnson’s Walt Longmire series, The Names of Our Tears is a riveting mystery loaded with the page-turning thrills and suspense that readers love.
Category: Fiction

In Your Eyes I See My Words

Author : Pope Francis
ISBN : 9780823287604
Genre : Religion
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In Your Eyes I See My Words, Volume 2 contains Pope Francis’s homilies and speeches spanning from 2005 to 2008. Continuing what began in the first volume of this three-volume publication, Volume 2 shows Archbishop Bergoglio’s growth as a pastor and a theologian/scholar in the midst of his people. At the same time, it shows him emerging as an international voice calling for changes in the way the Church carries out its ministry and its educational task on behalf of children, youth, adults, and church ministers. In his homilies from Christmas, Easter, and especially in his response to the tragic fire and deaths of 194 people at the nightclub Republica Cromañon, we see Bergoglio speak passionately to his parishioners, challenging them with equal portions of tenderness and righteous anger. Perhaps uniquely, we also watch as his audiences, prominence, and influence grow globally, foreshadowing who he will become in 2013 when he is elected Pope. On the larger national and international scale, Bergoglio addresses various conferences, such as the Argentina Press Association and the Episcopal Conference of Argentina of which he was elected President in 2005 and served the maximum possible term of six years. We see and read as his work takes him outside his country to Rome (2007) at the Pontifical Commission for Latin America; to Brasil (2007), where his presentation on the Crisis of Civilization and Culture at the Fifth CELAM Conference ends up shaping much of the Aparecida Conclusions; and finally, to Quebec (2008) as he speaks at the Forty-Ninth International Eucharistic Congress. All told, In Your Eyes I See My Words, Volume 2 is a glimpse into a period of time in which Archbishop Bergoglio grows immensely in thought, reflection, and action, laying the groundwork for the mature, thoughtful, and beloved Pope Francis he has come to be known as around the world.
Category: Religion

Our Falling Tears

Author : Isabella Aliza
ISBN : 9781469182612
Genre : Fiction
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Anna was just a normal teenager with a great best friend and a great boyfriend that loved her... or so she thought. She had a normal life except for the fact that her parents had died when she was just a little girl. She was starting to get happier, after the trauma that it had caused. But when things were starting to get better, back to the way things used to be, things started to change. The one decision that she thought would make her life better, would change her life for the worst.
Category: Fiction

Mistress Of Our Tears

Author : Dennis Butts
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043393748
Genre : Literary Collections
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Category: Literary Collections

Tears From My Heart

Author : Donald D. Grasham
ISBN : 9781493128846
Genre : Fiction
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Death is an ending, but it is also a beginning, it is a difficult realization in a person's life. Here the difficulty becomes alive in the book. The sadness and yet the memories unfold as the man visits his vida mia amor. (The love of his life) Always with each visit he brings flowers, a continuation of a practice he did when she was alive. Here the memories and strength of their love reveals itself as he talks to her. To Don Dolores was his world; to Dolores Don was her world.
Category: Fiction

Raising Heaven

Author : Patrick Jones
ISBN : 9781467776967
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Deja's mom has never been there when Deja needed her. She's lied, run off, and gotten into trouble with the law more times than anyone can count. She always promises to change―and always breaks those promises. Now―seventeen years after Deja was born in prison―her mom is back behind bars and having another baby. Deja agrees to raise baby Heaven until her mother returns home. She's determined to give Heaven the loving family life Deja never had. But being a substitute parent is harder than Deja expected. She'll need help from her friends, her grandmother, and even the mother she stopped trusting a long time ago. And she hopes that maybe―just maybe―she can keep her promises to Heaven.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Who Will Wipe My Tears Away

Author : Earlina Gilford-Weaver
ISBN : 9781426930089
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In the compelling memoir Who Will Wipe My Tears Away?, Earlina Gilford-Weaver tells the story of how she survived childhood sexual abuse and was later saved by God. Earlina was nine years old when she was first sexually abused by uncles who were entrusted to care for her, but instead, robbed her of her innocence. Raised by an emotionally-distant mother and an overwhelmed grandmother, Earlina's journey through childhood became agonizing. She relays how she dealt with her internal pain by stealing, lying, and running away—eventually becoming a ward of the state. After she was moved from group homes to foster care where she would stay with over twenty different families, Earlina was once again sexually molested by the males who surrounded her. All the while, Earlina would continually ask herself the same question: Why isn't God wiping my tears away? It would not be until much later when Earlina walked into a church on her birthday that she would realize God had been by her side all along. Throughout Earlina's heartbreaking story is an unforgettable message that through it all, loving yourself—no matter what others have done to you—is the key to surviving even the worst of circumstances.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Leading Through Our Tears

Author : Jacquelyn Valerie Reza
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020291287
Genre : Hispanic American women
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Category: Hispanic American women

The Vocal Miscellany

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ISBN : IND:30000108778535
Genre : Songs, English
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My Father S Tears

Author : Mark Stibbe
ISBN : 9780281071777
Genre : Religion
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Taking a new look at the interrelationship of the Father and the Son at Calvary, Mark Stibbe explores the Father's agony at seeing his son in pain; the son suffering the Father's absence, and the Holy Spirit as the bond of love between the two, holding them in an eternal embrace. The author relates this to the orphan condition of separation and shame he has known personally in his own life. He suggests that in the excruciating picture of the grieving Father and the abandoned Son, we paradoxically discover the exhilarating Good News: that our true identity is as the adopted, much-loved children of a God who longs to honour and heal us.
Category: Religion

Long Road Home

Author : Yong Kim
ISBN : 9780231519281
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Kim Yong shares his harrowing account of life in a labor camp a singularly despairing form of torture carried out by the secret state. Although it is known that gulags exist in North Korea, little information is available about their organization and conduct, for prisoners rarely escape both incarceration and the country alive. Long Road Home shares the remarkable story of one such survivor, a former military official who spent six years in a gulag and experienced firsthand the brutality of an unconscionable regime. As a lieutenant colonel in the North Korean army, Kim Yong enjoyed unprecedented privilege in a society that closely monitored its citizens. He owned an imported car and drove it freely throughout the country. He also encountered corruption at all levels, whether among party officials or Japanese trade partners, and took note of the illicit benefits that were awarded to some and cruelly denied to others. When accusations of treason stripped Kim Yong of his position, the loose distinction between those who prosper and those who suffer under Kim Jong-il became painfully clear. Kim Yong was thrown into a world of violence and terror, condemned to camp No. 14 in Hamkyeong province, North Korea's most notorious labor camp. As he worked a constant shift 2,400 feet underground, daylight became Kim's new luxury; as the months wore on, he became intimately acquainted with political prisoners, subhuman camp guards, and an apocalyptic famine that killed millions. After years of meticulous planning, and with the help of old friends, Kim escaped and came to the United States via China, Mongolia, and South Korea. Presented here for the first time in its entirety, his story not only testifies to the atrocities being committed behind North Korea's wall of silence but also illuminates the daily struggle to maintain dignity and integrity in the face of unbelievable hardship. Like the work of Solzhenitsyn, this rare portrait tells a story of resilience as it reveals the dark forms of oppression, torture, and ideological terror at work in our world today.
Category: Biography & Autobiography