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War Against Silent Killer

Author : Francis Oladele
ISBN : 1625090315
Genre : Health & Fitness
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To be sound in good health one must be grounded in the art of spiritual warfare, strategic prayers and have spirit of discernment. The tool to be used to study the art of warfare is what WAR AGAINST SILENT KILLER STANDS FOR. It is very comprehensive in touching every area of life, and teaching of the technical details one will need to enjoy good health. It is a book every Christian Counselor, Pastor, Deliverance Minister and researchers should have to give both foundation and consolidation of the knowledge required to operate above the realm of medications. Also in the operation as a Pastor, Counselor and Deliverance Minister the book touches fundamentals of Christian counseling and need for pre-counseling deliverance and uses of spiritual weapons. This is very important in the life of a Counselor or a client so that he or she will not derail. It also points out the areas of bounds which a disciplined Christian should not breach. One can then see that the book serves the purposes of operational guidelines to long life and as a tool of counseling to counselors. You will then agree with me that it is a book every Christian counselor/deliverance minister should have and cherish. Through this book God will empower you in the art, science and technology of strategic prayer and spiritual warfare. Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministeries 5506 Church Road, Bowie, MD 20720 (832) 713-5523, (240) 304-9147 Dr. F.K. Oladele is an ordained pastor, a seasoned Christian psychologist, internationally recognized Bible teacher and a valued member of American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). He is the Rector School of Counseling, Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries International Headquarters Lagos, Nigeria and the Senior Pastor in Charge of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Bowie, North Hollywood Assembly in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. A graduate of Lagos State University, Postgraduate School, Hawaii University Honolulu U.S.A. and National Open University of Nigeria, he has acquired research, teaching and counseling experience for over a decade. He is a research fellow of Christian Education, Faith Consortium of Colleges U.S.A and Nigeria, Integrated Marketing Communications Institute, Member Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM) Chartered, Chartered Institute of Mediators and Conciliators and American Association of Christian Counselors. A former Public Relations Secretary Counseling Association of Nigeria, Lagos Chapter, Ex-officio Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria and Camarillo Healing Room, California U.S.A., he has written many articles and books including Fundamentals of Christian Counseling, The Message, The Troubled Heart, Biblical Framework in Counseling, A decade of effective Conflict Resolution in Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries and A Theological Study of Prayer Methodology in Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries and its impact on Christian Spirituality in the Nigerian Context to mention few.
Category: Health & Fitness

Silent Killers

Author : James P. Delgado
ISBN : 9781849088602
Genre : History
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James P. Delgado, President and CEO of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, presents a detailed and visually stunning examination of the history and development of the modern nuclear submarine. Calling on his training as a nautical archaeologist who was among the first explorers to dive the Titanic, Delgado recreates the story of the submarine from the bottom up – that is through eerie photographs of subs at the bottom of the sea. In addition, he explores submarine technology, from wooden to iron to steel hulls, from hand-cranked to nuclear-powered propulsion, from candlelight to electricity, from gunpowder 'torpedoes' to nuclear missiles. An esteemed underwater archaeologist and marine historian, Jim Delgado has compiled an extraordinary history of the dragons of the deep. Silent Killers is a triumph that is educational as well as highly entertaining. Clive Cussler
Category: History

Six Silent Killers

Author : James R. Fisher
ISBN : 1574441523
Genre : Business & Economics
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Times have changed. Downsizing, rightsizing, and corporate restructuring have drastically altered the face of the American workplace. Yet most managers are still using the same old methods of dealing with employees - with predictably disastrous results. Six Silent Killers: Management's Greatest Challenge shows how to conquer the dissatisfaction, apathy, and resentment so prevalent in the American workplace - and how to bring your management style in line with the needs of the 21st century. What can you do to lower employee turnover? How can you attract and retain quality workers? Why are your employees dissatisfied - and what can they achieve with the proper training and guidance? Six Silent Killers identifies the challenges facing today's managers and explains how to overcome these common problems in the workplace. Written by an expert in the field, it provides you with the tools to effectively motivate your employees and achieve that all-important competitive edge. Six Silent Killers is an ideal guide for team leaders, supervisors, managers, consultants, and anyone interested in breaking through the barriers to successful management. You'll discover how to boost productivity, enhance performance, and reward quality workers - the first steps on the fast track to success.
Category: Business & Economics

The Silent Killer

Author : Hazel Holt
ISBN : 9780749012038
Genre : Fiction
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When widower Shidney Middleton is found dead in his cottage from carbon monoxide poisoning, Sheila Malory is deeply disturbed. The old man had seemed in good health and the ageing wood-burning stove, cited as causing the fatality, had just been serviced. Sheila’s suspicions that this was no accidental death just won’t be quietened. Sidney had always seemed a pleasant, unassuming gentleman. So Sheila is shocked when, at the old man’s funeral, she encounters outright hostility. Then Sheila uncovers some rather shocking information about the deceased...information that paints him in a very different light and leads her to ask how many people might have borne him a grudge?
Category: Fiction

Silent Killer

Author : Mūsá K̲h̲ān Jalālzaʼī
ISBN : STANFORD:36105126934723
Genre : Drug traffic
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Category: Drug traffic

Let S Stop The 1 Killer Of Americans Today

Author : Harry A. Elwardt
ISBN : 9781467822886
Genre : Science
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Even with Americas most advanced surgical procedures and pharmaceutical drugs, nearly one million Americans are still dying every year of heart disease. We are failing miserably at stopping this silent killer, which is not just a man problem; in fact, 500,000 women fall victim to heart disease each year, dwarfing breast cancer. Heart Disease, which costs the American public over 298 billion dollars a year, is just one form of cardiovascular disease, others include: hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, congenital heart disease, congestive heart failure and stroke. Dr. Harry Elwardt is a doctor of naturopathy with a Ph.D. in health and nutrition. He believes there is no reason for this killer to rule the day. That through education of the causes of cardiovascular disease, the use of the latest in early detection devices, and the implementation of a good diet, exercise and nutritional supplement program, heart disease numbers can begin to decline in America. We may be winning the war on terror, but we are losing the war against this illusive enemy. Dont wait until you or someone you love fall victim to this ruthless killer. Dr. Harry Elwardt has declared war on heart disease and in this book he lays out a strategic plan of attack. He believes it is the choices we make right now, not leaving it to chance, that determines our wellness and our destiny! Wont you join him in turning the tide in this covert war against the American people?
Category: Science

The Silent Killer

Author : Prophetess Jacqueline Lindsey
ISBN : 1477244409
Genre : Religion
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The Silent Killer is a power packing, life changing, spirit-filled book, reaping with wisdom and revelation with one goal in mind, to equip mankind with power of the word written within the pages of this book. There are some prophetic answers given through the power of The Holy Spirit designed to initiate deliverance and healing for the heart and soul of mankind. With that being said, position yourselves to repent and receive your ultimate breakthrough and move forward into your true identity and destiny................ Your blessing is in the hand of Yeshua but first inorder to receive from him you must be willing to disengage yourself from idol thinking, selfish ambition of immorality....... Remember your tomorrow is no better than the decision you are making right now! This book is to inspire you and to cause spiritual growth as you turn the content of these pages, “read” be enlighten and blessed in Jesus name!
Category: Religion

1916 The First World War At Sea In Photographs

Author : Phil Carradice
ISBN : 9781445622651
Genre : History
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1916, the third year of the war to end all wars, is documented in archive photographs in this series covering the naval war in detail.
Category: History

Forgotten Voices Of The Secret War

Author : Roderick Bailey
ISBN : 9781407022369
Genre : History
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'The Gestapo kept me three days in this interrogation house. They especially wanted to know what I did after my escape, and precise things on the organisation of the SOE. And just for fun I suspect, because I had really not much to tell them, they pulled one of my toenails out...' - Robert Sheppard, SOE agent The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was a secret British organisation created early in World War 2 to encourage resistance and carry out sabotage behind enemy lines: in Winston Churchill's famous phrase, to 'set Europe ablaze'. Drawing on the vast resources of the Imperial War Museum Sound Archive and featuring a mass of previously unpublished personal testimonies, Forgotten Voices of the Secret War tells the stories of SOE agents, HQ staff, diplomats, aircrew and naval personnel in their own words. As the war unfolds, we learn of parachute drops into enemy territory, torture by the Gestapo and nerve-wracking sabotage missions in far-flung climes. Forgotten Voices of the Secret War is both an incredible account of espionage during World War 2 and a fitting testament to the efforts and sacrifices of a dedicated group of courageous men and women.
Category: History

The Polio Years In Texas

Author : Heather Green Wooten
ISBN : 1603441654
Genre : History
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From the 1930s to the 1950s, in response to the rising epidemic of paralytic poliomyelitis (polio), Texas researchers led a wave of discoveries in virology, rehabilitative therapies, and the modern intensive care unit that transformed the field nationally. The disease threatened the lives of children and adults in the United States, especially in the South, arousing the same kind of fear more recently associated with AIDS and other dread diseases. Houston and Harris County, Texas, had the second-highest rate of infection in the nation, and the rest of the Texas Gulf Coast was particularly hard-hit by this debilitating illness. At the time, little was known, but eventually the medical responses to polio changed the medical landscape forever. Polio also had a sweeping cultural and societal effect. It engendered fearful responses from parents trying to keep children safe from its ravages and an all-out public information blitz aimed at helping a frightened population protect itself. The disease exacted a very real toll on the families, friends, healthcare resources, and social fabric of those who contracted the disease and endured its acute, convalescent, and rehabilitation phases. In The Polio Years in Texas, Heather Green Wooten draws on extensive archival research as well as interviews conducted over a five-year period with Texas polio survivors and their families. This is a detailed and intensely human account of not only the epidemics that swept Texas during the polio years, but also of the continuing aftermath of the disease for those who are still living with its effects. Public health and medical professionals, historians, and interested general readers will derive deep and lasting benefits from reading The Polio Years in Texas.
Category: History

Mrs Malory And The Silent Killer

Author : Hazel Holt
ISBN : 0786264012
Genre : Fiction
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The village of Taviscombe is sent reeling when a popular resident dies in a tragic accident. However, it soon becomes apparent that his death was deliberate. How could someone so likable have enemies? Mrs. Malory is dead-set on finding out. Original.
Category: Fiction

C Wright Mills And The Sociological Imagination

Author : John Scott
ISBN : 9781782540038
Genre : Social Science
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With renowned international contributors and expert contributions from a range of specialisms, this book will appeal to academics, students and researchers of sociology.
Category: Social Science

The Laborer

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ISBN : IND:39000004545724
Genre : Labor unions
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Category: Labor unions

The Silent War

Author : Ben Bova
ISBN : 9781429910606
Genre : Fiction
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Ben Bova's The Silent War is the breakneck continuation to The Asteroid Wars series that can end only in earth's salvation--or the annihilation of all that humankind has ever accomplished in space. When corporations go to war, standard business practice goes out the window. Astro Corporation is led by indomitable Texan Pancho Lane, Humphries Space Systems by the rich and ruthless Martin Humphries, and their fight is over nothing less than resources of the Asteroid Belt itself. As fighting escalates, the lines between commerce and politics, boardroom and bedroom, blur--and the keys to victory will include physics, nanotechnology, and cold hard cash. As they fight it out, the lives of thousands of innocents hang in the balance, including the rock rats who make their living off the asteroids, and the inhabitants of Selene City on Earth's moon. As if matters weren't complicated enough, the shadowy Yamagata corporation sets its sights on taking advantage of other people's quarrels, and space pirate Lars Fuchs decides it's time to make good on his own personal vendetta. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Mehloli Sources

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105070725762
Genre : Energy development
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Category: Energy development

The Caste War Of Yucat N

Author : Nelson A. Reed
ISBN : 0804740011
Genre : History
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This is the classic account of one of the most dramatic episodes in Mexican history--the revolt of the Maya Indians of Yucatán against their white and mestizo oppressors that began in 1847. Within a year, the Maya rebels had almost succeeded in driving their oppressors from the peninsula; by 1855, when the major battles ended, the war had killed or put to flight almost half of the population of Yucatán. A new religion built around a Speaking Cross supported their independence for over fifty years, and that religion survived the eventual Maya defeat and continues today. This revised edition is based on further research in the archives and in the field, and draws on the research by a new generation of scholars who have labored since the book's original publication 36 years ago. One of the most significant results of this research is that it has put a human face on much that had heretofore been treated as semi-mythical. Reviews of the First Edition "Reed has not only written a fine account of the caste war, he has also given us the first penetrating analysis of the social and economic systems of Yucatán in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries." --American Historical Review "In this beautifully written history of a little-known struggle between several contending forces in Yucatán, Reed has added an important dimension to anthropological studies in this area." --American Anthropologist "Not only is this exciting history (as compelling and dramatic as the best of historical fiction) but it covers events unaccountably neglected by historians. . . . This is a brilliant contribution to history. . . . Don't miss this book." --Los Angeles Times "One of the most remarkable books about Latin America to appear in years." --Hispanic American Report
Category: History

Postmasters Advocate

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924066859400
Genre : Postal service
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Category: Postal service