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The School Of Seers Expanded Edition

Author : Jonathan Welton
ISBN : 9780768487329
Genre : Religion
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More insight—more depth! Three new chapters and a small group study guide round out this expanded edition of an already comprehensive guide on how to see into the unseen realm! The School of the Seers is the how-to guide for seeing into the spirit realm. With the addition of three new chapters, including a small group study guide, this bestselling book is sure to excite readers worldwide. As a teacher and seer himself, author Jonathan Welton raises the standard for walking in wisdom, character, and power. Carrying a revelatory forerunner anointing, he imparts fresh new understanding and Kingdom perspectives for every believer. You can activate the seer gift in your life knowing the vital keys from Scripture to: See with your spiritual eyes Recognize what may be hindering your discernment Access divine secrets Steward heavenly revelation Truly worship in Spirit and Truth Understand meditation, impartation, and so much more The School of the Seers Expanded Edition demystifies a mystical subject—giving you the keys to an exciting lifetime of spiritual, Jesus-centered enlightenment!
Category: Religion

The Seer Expanded Edition

Author : James W. Goll
ISBN : 9780768488562
Genre : Religion
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Satisfy the hunger in your heart! An exciting and insightful journey into the visionary world of The Seer. The prophetic movements in church history and in contemporary life are fed by two mighty streams: the prophet, whose revelation is primarily verbal the seer, whose revelation is more visionary While the role of the prophet is familiar, less is known about The Seer dimension. To many people, these visionary prophets remain mysterious, other-worldly, and even strange. Knowledge dispels misunderstanding, and you will discover the prophetic power of dreams, visions, and life under the open heavens. Questions answered include: How does visionary revelation happen? Can it be trusted? Where does it fit into your life and today’s church? Can any believer become a seer? Is it a prophetic dimension reserved for the spiritually-gifted? The Seer will move your heart and stir up your hunger for intimacy with God because the seer’s goal is to reveal the person of Christ Jesus—to you, today.
Category: Religion

Fortify Your Soul

Author : Laurie Hayden-Bergey
ISBN : 9780768406023
Genre : Religion
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It’s never too late to discover your purpose in life! Do you want to live a more meaningful life? Unfortunately, something so simple can get complicated… really fast. With thousands of books and seminars available—all trying to give you the secrets to a more purposeful life—you might be asking: Is it really this hard to know who I am and what I have been put on Earth to do? No, it’s not. In Fortify Your Soul, Laurie Hayden Bergey takes you on an inspirational journey that is often humorous, always relatable, and consistently encouraging. You’ll discover… Spiritual growth that makes sense and gives purpose to your everyday life That there is actually a written blueprint to direct you toward who you were designed to be That you can transform your thoughts and attitudes in positive ways How you can be a catalyst for transformation…wherever you are, whatever you do Laurie shares 40 entertaining and down-to-earth devotional stories of people who triumphed over adversity, overcame personal challenges, and fulfilled their destinies. Each story will give you new keys to unlock your purpose and supply you with tools and fortification for this great adventure, the life you were created to live!
Category: Religion

The Answer La Respuesta Expanded Edition

Author : Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
ISBN : 9781558616233
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Known as the first feminist of the Americas, the Mexican nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz enjoyed an international reputation as one of the great lyric poets and dramatists of her time. While earlier translators have ignored Sor Juana's keen awareness of gender, this volume brings out her own emphasis and diction, and reveals the remarkable scholarship, subversiveness, and even humor she drew on in defense of her cause. This expanded, bilingual edition combines new research and perspectives on an inspired writer and thinker. It includes the fully annotated primary text, The Answer/La Respuesta (1691), which is Sor Juana's impassioned response to years of attempts by church officials to silence her; the letter that ultimately provoked the writing of The Answer; an expanded selection of poems; an updated bibliography; and a new preface.
Category: Literary Criticism

Experiencing The Heavenly Realms Expanded Edition

Author : Judy Franklin
ISBN : 9780768410495
Genre : Religion
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You Can Experience the Heavenly Places...Now! What does it mean to be seated with Christ in heavenly places? Many Christians are familiar with this Biblical language… but does it have practical, everyday meaning? Is it possible to experience the heavenly realms today? Yes! In this newly expanded edition of Experiencing the Heavenly Realm, Judy Franklin leads you on a step-by-step journey borne out of her own supernatural experiences. Judy will show you how to Biblically encounter the heavenly realm and its life-changing joy, intimacy with God, healing and wholeness— just like she did! Discover how to: Activate your capacity to see into the supernatural. Experience a love in the third heaven realm like you have never known before. Be touched and healed by the Lord: emotionally, mentally and physically. Go from knowing about Jesus to knowing Him on an experiential level. If you hunger for a deeper, more experiential relationship with God, the visions, testimonies and supernatural stories you read about will help usher you into a lifestyle of divine encounters!
Category: Religion

The Social Entrepreneur S Playbook Expanded Edition

Author : Ian MacMillan
ISBN : 9781613630327
Genre : Business & Economics
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Available for the First Time: The Complete Social Entrepreneur’s Playbook Covers all three phases of the start-up to scale-up process, developed with reader feedback from “one of the more unusual ebook...experiments of the year” (ThinReads) Wharton professor Ian C. MacMillan and Dr. James Thompson, director of the Wharton Social Entrepreneurship Program, provide a tough-love approach that significantly increases the likelihood of a successful social enterprise launch in the face of the high-uncertainty conditions typically encountered by social entrepreneurs. MacMillan and Thompson used their own systematic framework to publish The Social Entrepreneur’s Playbook. To test the market, they offered the first phase in their start-up method (step 1) as a free ebook. Readers were invited to join The Social Entrepreneur’s Advisory Group, and nearly 300 aspiring and active social entrepreneurs shared feedback that helped shape the complete edition of the book, which covers all three steps in the start-up to scale-up process. Based on this crowd-sourced feedback from readers of the free ebook and drawing on the authors’ more than 26 years’ combined experience developing and studying social enterprises in the field across Africa and in the United States, this new edition provides guidance for each phase: Phase One: Pressure Test Your Start-Up Idea. Based on the free ebook, this expanded section now includes advice on setting revenue and social impact goals, how to navigate the sociopolitical landscape, and how to develop a strong concept statement. In addition, MacMillan and Thompson provide advice on how to identify and test a proposed revenue-generating solution and define and segment your target population. Phase Two: Plan Your Social Enterprise. All new to this edition, this critical phase shows you how to frame and scope the venture, determine what it will take to actually deliver a sustainable enterprise, identify the key assumptions that have been made, and design checkpoints to test those assumptions before making major investments. Phase Three: Launch and Scale Your Social Enterprise. Available for the first time in this edition, you will learn how to effectively launch your enterprise, manage upside potential and downside risk, and strategically scale up. Filled with accessible frameworks and tools, as well as inspiring stories of social entrepreneurs, The Social Entrepreneur’s Playbook is a must-read for any aspiring or active social entrepreneur, as well as philanthropists, foundations, and nonprofits interested in doing more good with fewer resources. Includes access to downloadable planning documents, including user-friendly spreadsheets
Category: Business & Economics

Hildegard Of Bingen And Her Gospel Homilies

Author : Beverly Mayne Kienzle
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131274206
Genre : History
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Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), the only medieval woman known to have authored systematic works of exegesis, composed fifty-eight little-studied Expositiones euangeliorum, homilies on twenty-seven Gospel passages. Hildegard described her divine charge to restore the tottering faith of her era through the revelation of hidden mysteries in the Scriptures. She was to continue the exegetical tradition of the Fathers and to construct moral fortifications with the words of Scripture in order to defend her sisters against the forces of evil. Hildegard of Bingen and her Gospel Homilies constitutes the first in-depth study of Hildegard's Expositiones and of her exegesis, preaching, and use of sources. It explores the Expositiones in the context of Hildegard's intellectual and cultural milieu and underscores the central role of biblical interpretation in the seer's works. Furthermore, this book re-examines Hildegard's self-depiction in the context of monastic education for women, the magistra's exchange with her mentors and friends, and her rich use of divine voice to empower her own expression. This is a new, exciting, and erudite study on one of the most influential female mystics.
Category: History

Yours Very Truly Gareth Knight

Author : Gareth Knight
ISBN : 9781908011053
Genre : Literary Collections
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The selected letters of Gareth Knight from 1969 to 2010. These letters were written to some 70 recipients, from learned discourse with academics, through exchanges of strange experiences with esoteric colleagues, to providing general answers and advice to seekers looking for their path.
Category: Literary Collections

The Brahan Seer

Author : Alex Sutherland
ISBN : 3039118684
Genre : Social Science
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The Brahan Seer is a legendary figure known throughout Scotland and the Scottish Diaspora and indeed anywhere there is an interest in looking into the future. This book traces the legend of the Seer between the sixteenth and twenty-first centuries. It considers the seer figure in relation to aspects of Scottish Highland culture and society that shaped its development during this period. These include the practice and prosecution of witchcraft, the reporting and scientific investigation of instances of second sight, and the perennial belief in and use of prophecy as a means of predicting events. In so doing the book provides a set of historicised contexts for understanding the genesis of the legend and how it changed over time through a synthesis of historical events, oral tradition, folklore and literary Romanticism. It makes a contribution to the debates not only about witchcraft, second sight and prophecy but also about the relationship between 'popular' and 'elite' culture in Scotland. By taking the Brahan Seer as a case study it argues that 'popular' culture is not antithetical to 'elite' culture but rather in constant (and complex) interaction with it.
Category: Social Science

The Jains

Author : Paul Dundas
ISBN : 041526605X
Genre : Religion
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The Indian religion of Jainism, whose central tenet involves non-violence to all creatures, is one of the world's oldest and least-understood faiths. Dundas looks at Jainism in its social and doctrinal context, explaining its history, sects, scriptures and ritual, and describing how the Jains have, over 2500 years, defined themselves as a unique religious community. This revised and expanded edition takes account of new research into Jainism.
Category: Religion