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Wings Of Forgiveness

Author : Kyle Gray
ISBN : 9781781805299
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Wings of Forgiveness is a book for anyone who is ready to release their past and find freedom from fear. Kyle has found through his personal psychic practice and work with the angels that when people are experiencing difficulties, there is one topic that helps click everything else into place – forgiveness. Forgiveness is not an easy subject, but it is a necessary focus in spirituality and personal growth. In this book, the reader is taken on a journey – not outside of themselves, but within. Drawing on many spiritual texts, including A Course in Miracles and The Gnostic Gospels, Kyle shows that we truly are all held and cherished by the divine, and makes these sacred concepts more accessible for his 21st-century readers. Together with the angels, he will show you how to call in the power of heaven to help you forgive, release all that no longer serves you and experience joy and peace.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Soaring Above The Ashes On The Wings Of Forgiveness

Author : Kitty Chappell
ISBN : 9781939614827
Genre : Family & Relationships
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I finally realized that no matter how much I wanted to, I could not protect my family. Though I daydreamed of ways for us to escape, I knew it was impossible. Dad had warned us too many times to not go mouthing off to anyone about things that are none of their business, or I'll put you all out of your misery. The oldest of three, Kitty Chappell did her best to shield her brother and sister from their fathers abuse, but little could stand in the way of his beatings and vicious remarks. None of them escaped his brutality. As a well-respected family man in their Texas community in the 1950s, her father enjoyed a sure confidence in his control over his family. His assurance proved correct when he attacked her mother and turned friends against her, aiming shocking accusations at his wife and daughter. Everyone thought her father was wonderful including the jury that gave him the minimum sentence for trying to kill Kitty's mother as she lay sleeping. Only three-and-a-half years for premeditated attempted murder! It just wasn't fair. Kitty loved God but disagreed with Him on the subject of forgiveness. Many people were in her corner, for who hasn't debated this issue with God? She didn't want to forgive, she wanted revenge! But as Kitty developed her relationship with Christ, she realized she needed to forgive the man who had caused her so much pain. Soaring Above the Ashes on the Wings of Forgiveness will keep you riveted to your seat with its twists and turns. You will be enraged and terrified with the author through her difficult journey. Ultimately, you will rejoice with her as she walks through the door of forgiveness and breathes in the fresh air of freedom. Soaring Above the Ashes on Wings of Forgiveness reveals Kittys remarkable story of courage and faith and how she developed the attitude that enabled her to overcome rather than merely survive. This touching story will inspire you to overcome your difficulties and experience your own freedom and joy as you learn to forgive when everything in you screams for revenge.
Category: Family & Relationships

Forgiving The Church

Author : Judy R. De Wit
ISBN : 1462059074
Genre : Religion
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“How do I forgive the church?” is an interesting question. Many ask it. Many can’t answer it. Abuse by a church leader is horrendous and evil. It often goes outside of anything we ever thought or imagined a pastor or church leader could do. The very persons we thought we could trust betray by abusing. Are you familiar with what abuse in the context of the church looks like? Child sexual abuse, sexual assault, physical and emotional abuse, breaching confidentiality, undue influence, fraud, defamation, and clergy malpractice are some examples. When trust is betrayed because of wrongful behavior by a church leader, confusion, harm, and anger set in. Faced with the effects of abuse, a victim is torn about how to recover and heal. Sleepless nights, fears, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, fatigue, low energy, and irritability are all common symptoms of abuse. Because of the abuse, relationship issues, fears of intimacy, family problems, and shame are thrust into the victim’s life and she struggles with how to handle the problems. Pair that up with the abuser being a church leader, and the entire process for recovery, healing, and forgiveness exceeds most people’s understanding. Life that was once simple and good now becomes something that is nearly impossible to handle. Forgiving the Church helps church leaders, church members, and faith communities understand what abuse looks like and how churches have a responsibility to help victims forgive. It provides stories and examples of how the church abuses and gives ideas for how to help victims begin the process of forgiveness. Although it is the victim’s responsibility to forgive, the church should take specific actions to help ensure a greater possibility that the victim can begin the forgiveness process. Church leaders, this book will help you understand abuse in the church and what you should do to help victims begin the process of forgiveness. Victims, this book will help you begin to understand how you can start the forgiveness process when you’ve been abused by the church.
Category: Religion

Sitting With God

Author : Allen C. Liles
ISBN : 9781490800929
Genre : Religion
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HOW MEDITATION CAN HELP YOU ESTABLISH A DIRECT CONNECTION TO GOD “CHRIST IN YOU, THE HOPE OF GLORY” Colossians 1: 27 (NIV) The Bible states in the Scriptures that God has placed the Christ Spirit within each one of us. In John 14:20, Jesus says “On that day you will realize that I am in the Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.” Author Allen C. Liles, an ordained non-denominational minister, wants us to consider using the daily practice of meditation to help establish a direct link between us and the Divine. Rev. Liles shares the wisdom, guidance, insight and support that he received from God and the Christ Spirit within us over a full year of sitting in the silence every morning. He claims no special relationship with God. Rev. Liles believes that each of us can access the Holy Presence by becoming open and receptive to sitting with God in meditation on a regular basis. His struggles during the year included the illness of his wife, retirement from a ministerial career, aging, caregiving, family issues with adult children, financial concerns, and finding the courage to take life one day at a time. No matter what your problems or concerns, Rev. Liles’s experiences in meditation offer hope for a happier, fulfilled and more peaceful life in a time of turmoil and change.
Category: Religion

Forever Healthy

Author : Anthony J. Alosi, MD
ISBN : 9781462043545
Genre : Health & Fitness
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If you are trying to overcome addiction, obesity, fatigue, and other medical problems, then it’s important to look at all options, including alternatives to traditional medicine. Dr. Anthony J. Alosi spent almost forty years as a medical doctor in private practice, but now he also helps his patients through alternative means. Hypnosis, hypno-birthing, relaxation techniques, proper nutrition and exercise, and looking after the body as a whole instead of individual parts are often the best ways to solve difficult ailments. The knowledge and advice in this guidebook can help you stop smoking, lose weight, give birth without feeling pain, reduce or eliminate back and neck pain, and overcome insomnia. By taking an integrated approach, it’s possible to solve a multitude of physical and mental problems. Sometimes, you can eliminate problems altogether just by changing how you think about things. Take action now to eliminate the obstacles that prevent you from fully enjoying life with proven guidance that will allow you to be Forever Healthy.
Category: Health & Fitness

Shining Through The Darkness

Author : Michael D. Wuchter
ISBN : 9780788024825
Genre : Religion
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With their recurrent themes of waiting and traveling on a journey, these 12 imaginative messages are especially appropriate for the Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany seasons -- yet their ecumenically oriented expressions of Christian faith, hope, and love also make them relevant for any time of the year. Wuchter's keen eye for the telling detail and his ability to connect scripture with familiar things in our lives make Shining Through the Darkness compelling reading for anyone who wants a deeper appreciation of God's grace and the Gospel of Christ. Michael Wuchter's sermons weave together the ancient texts of the Bible with modern insights. His careful historical research and winsome stories combine for a rich tapestry of gospel proclamation. These sermons stretching from Advent through Epiphany form a sort of mosaic for the beginning of the church year -- each story, each illustration, each wonderful tangent serving as tiles for a larger, clearer view for the one who came among us as the Word Made Flesh. John D. Morris, Pastor Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Dublin, Ohio Michael Wuchter was a master of the English language and an excellent, excellent preacher. Jerry L. Schmalenberger, Former President Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary In this remarkable collection of sermons, Wuchter fully acknowledges a world rampant with violence and injustice that millions experience today. Against this backdrop of pain, he weaves with poetic creativity and sensitivity the acts of waiting, grieving, and hoping within and among personal, familial, and communal relationships. Long, cold winters are made shorter and warmer with these Christ-centered sermons in hand. Daniel F. Martensen, Ecumenical Research Fellow Washington (D.C.) Theological Consortium Former Director, Dept. of Ecumenical Affairs, ELCA Michael D. Wuchter is the author of Uplifting Christ Through Autumn (CSS). He served as the senior pastor of First Lutheran Church in Duluth, Minnesota, as university pastor at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, and as the pastor of Resurrection Lutheran Church in Hamilton Square, New Jersey.
Category: Religion

Women In The Wings

Author : Jacqueline Sharer Robertson
ISBN : 9780788023873
Genre : Drama
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Turn ordinary sermons into memorable occasions with this set of 20 dramatic monologues that can be used by female pastors, lay speakers, or other worship leaders. Women In The Wings highlights the role of women in the Christian story, as scripture passages are brought to life and interpreted by the women who were there. Each monologue tells the story of a biblical character, or of someone who might have witnessed the biblical narrative unfold. Women In The Wings provides a user-friendly approach to communicating the gospel through drama ? each thought-provoking monologue comes with theological reflections (?Making It Preach?) plus staging instructions and performance tips (?Making It Play?) that makes it accessible for anyone. And this material isn't just for use in worship ? it's also great for women's retreats or as discussion starters for Bible study. If you let the women in these monologues share the pulpit with you, together you?ll preach the Word in fresh and meaningful ways.
Category: Drama

The Twelve Steps Of Forgiveness

Author : Paul Ferrini
ISBN : 1879159104
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 34.17 MB
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A practical manual for healing ourselves and our relationships. This book gives us a step-by-step process for moving through our fears, projections, judgements, and guilt so that we can take responsibility for creating the life we want. With great gentleness, we learn to embrace our lessons and to find equality with others. A must read for all in recovery and others seeking spiritual wholeness.
Category: Self-Help

An Amish Journey To Forgiveness

Author : Benjamin Girod
ISBN : 9781475963175
Genre : Religion
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When Ben and Barbara Girod married in 1973, they had no idea their new life together would be one of shared burdens and blessings, lovely dreams and bitter disappointments. Both products of a strict and conservative Amish upbringing, they sought to know Jesus, and they wanted more than the form and tradition of their Amish upbringing. In An Amish Journey to Forgiveness, author Ben Girod tells his remarkable and unusual story of Amish life, reflecting his painstaking social and spiritual journey over many decades. His responsibilities as a bishop and church leader were manifold as he dealt with the predominant and inherent traditions of the Old Order Amish church. A divine encounter with God brought peace and joy to their lives, but this was soon followed by misunderstanding and rejection by family, church members, and leaders, ultimately ending in excommunication from their respective district. Devastated, confused, and unable to understand why this was happening, they turned to the Lord in search of meaning and purpose. An Amish Journey to Forgiveness shares their story as they began to understand that God was allowing such persecution and suffering to draw them closer to Him. It shows how God used Girod to bring about an awareness of the need for healing and reconciliation throughout the body.
Category: Religion