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Tornado Up From The Debris To Thank God

Author : Eric Unruh
ISBN : 0980197198
Genre : Disaster victims
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Personal Accountants of the people who rode out the tornado in a Kansas town: some in the basements, some in bathtub, etc. The book was written as a thank-you to all the many who reached in to help...
Category: Disaster victims

Tornado God

Author : Peter J. Thuesen
ISBN : 9780190680282
Genre : Religion
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One of the earliest sources of humanity's religious impulse was severe weather, which ancient peoples attributed to the wrath of storm gods. Enlightenment thinkers derided such beliefs as superstition and predicted they would pass away as humans became more scientifically and theologically sophisticated. But in America, scientific and theological hubris came face-to-face with the tornado, nature's most violent windstorm. Striking the United States more than any other nation, tornadoes have consistently defied scientists' efforts to unlock their secrets. Meteorologists now acknowledge that even the most powerful computers will likely never be able to predict a tornado's precise path. Similarly, tornadoes have repeatedly brought Americans to the outer limits of theology, drawing them into the vortex of such mysteries as how to reconcile suffering with a loving God and whether there is underlying purpose or randomness in the universe. In this groundbreaking history, Peter Thuesen captures the harrowing drama of tornadoes, as clergy, theologians, meteorologists, and ordinary citizens struggle to make sense of these death-dealing tempests. He argues that, in the tornado, Americans experience something that is at once culturally peculiar (the indigenous storm of the national imagination) and religiously primal (the sense of awe before an unpredictable and mysterious power). He also shows that, in an era of climate change, the weather raises the issue of society's complicity in natural disasters. In the whirlwind, Americans confront the question of their own destiny-how much is self-determined and how much is beyond human understanding or control.
Category: Religion

Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
ISBN : STANFORD:36105216466990
Genre : Law
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
Category: Law

Isn T That Just Like God

Author : Frances Briggs Pratt
ISBN : 9781615798995
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Are you spiritually hungry to know God better? To walk hand in hand, close to Him, and begin to comprehend His ways? Are you a blood-bought Christian who longs to see God manifest His victorious right arm today? What would you think if perhaps He wanted to do it through you? Maybe you're like me. Maybe someone told you years ago that "the days of miracles had passed." Would you like to find out for yourself that this wasn't true then-or now! If you want everything God has prepared for you-and you may not know it even exists!-perhaps you would enjoy this book! You might, like me, find that your Heavenly Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are just waiting for you to launch out on His promises. You might even be involved in miracles you never thought could happen! So grab your hat! When God moves you out, He moves fast and exciting things happen! You can never predict what God will do next. No box can contain Him. He is sovereign, you know! So, cast your cares upon Jesus-and let's soar together in the Heavenlies (Ephesians 2:6) where miracles take place!
Category: Family & Relationships

Sheltered By God

Author : Jennifer Pitts Adair
ISBN : 9781475944198
Genre : Religion
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On April 27, 2011 sixty two tornadoes touched down in Alabama claiming two hundred and fifty three innocent lives. One of those tornadoes, an EF5 that tracked across Northern Alabama and into Tennessee, killed seventy people over a 132 mile path. Jennifer Pitts Adair, alone in her Capshaw home, huddled under blankets and pillows in her master bathroom closet as the massive tornado ripped her home apart around her. When it finally ended nothing remained except for the foundation Jennifer lay on and a pile of rubble surrounding her. For the next year she documented her family's journey. Through her personal journal Jennifer invites us into the life of one survivor during the first year of recovery.
Category: Religion

Issachar File

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ISBN : WISC:89081245664
Genre : Religion
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Author : Patricia Monasmith
ISBN : 145028311X
Genre : Education
File Size : 55.73 MB
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Patricia Monasmith knew something needed to change when she woke up handcuff ed to a hospital bed in Hearn, Texas, after overdosing on valium and drinking a case of beer. She began the painful process of recovery and found her way to the Lord, becoming a speaker, teacher, and counselor’s assistant who teaches groups at a drug and alcohol facility. Now she seeks to continually sow seeds for the Lord and help her fellow Christians fight the good fight of faith as she teaches spiritual warfare seminars and hopes to complete her degree as a minister. Her goals also include building a house for women in ministry called The Esther House. This book shares her personal stories of how she overcame and encourages others to fight the battle of addiction; That they may hold to, what she feels, is their only hope of being Unearthed. Only Jesus Christ can dig the jewels of sobriety from the trenches of addiction.
Category: Education

Darkest Hours

Author : Jay Robert Nash
ISBN : UOM:49015002851245
Genre : History
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Describes earthquakes, air crashes, mine disasters, plagues, floods, and other catastrophes throughout history, concentrating on human reactions
Category: History