350 pages, 45 of 46 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Ela Roeh of Parne doesn’t understand why her beloved Creator, the Infinite, wants her to become His prophet. She’s undignified and bad-tempered, and at age seventeen she’s much too young. In addition, no prophet of Parne has ever been a girl. Worst of all, as Parne’s elders often warn, if she agrees to become the Infinite’s prophet, Ela knows she will die young.Yet she can’t imagine living without Him. Determined to hear the Infinite’s voice, Ela accepts the sacred vinewood branch and is sent to bring the Infinite’s word to a nation torn apart by war. There she meets a young ambassador determined to bring his own justice for his oppressed people. As they form an unlikely partnership, Ela battles how to balance the leading of her heart with the leading of the Infinite.
160 pages, 8 of 9 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
-Why is everything a racial issue with blacks?
-Why do so many whites refuse to believe that racism is a problem in America?
-Should all whites apologize for the wrongs committed against African Americans?
These questions aren’t asked out loud, except in the closest and rarest of friendships. David Anderson and Brent Zuercher are the kind of friends who can candidly discuss these thorny issues. Although their letters aren’t always-or usually-tension free, Anderson and Zuercher continue the dialogue because the issues are so vital to them.
This intimate view of an intensely personal journey will disturb your coziest assumptions, make you squirm, maybe even incite a riot in your mind and heart-causing you to think differently about racial reconciliation. As you eavesdrop on the discussion of these two friends, you will see that when blacks and whites open their minds and hearts to each other, understanding dawns, healing sets in, and bridges with eternal significance are built.
193 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
It’s Christmas Eve in sleepy little Gambier, Ohio, and a massive snowstorm is giving the rural town more than just a white Christmas. Roads are closed, everything is shut down, and the monster outside is angry, rattling the windows and howling in the chimney.
Harry Ryan, a sophomore at the college there, decided to stay at school over winter break to finish his term paper, but it’s not going well, and now he regrets the decision that left him stranded so far from his family on such an important occasion. You see, as well as being Christmas, December 25th is also Harry’s birthday.
As he looks out his window at the stark and beautiful campus, at the icicles on the bushes along Middle Path, and the snow pasted on the windward sides of trees, and the layers of vanilla icing covering the world’s chocolate cake, it reminds him of a Christmas a long time ago.
Buffalo Nickel Christmas is the story of that special day. It begins with an ordinary boy in an ordinary world, but as a monster storm approaches, and Christmas Eve finally arrives, the boy discovers that he is anything but ordinary, and that the world is a very magical place indeed.
You will meet some unusual people in this story, and hear unbelievable things. You might even see a wizard and a king or two. Sixteen forevers will pass in this book. That’s a very long time, and many magical things can happen when it’s sixteen forevers and still no Christmas. Whatever you do, don’t listen to that little voice inside your head that tells you it’s illogical, that it doesn’t make sense. Listen for the whistling teakettle and be ready with your wish.
40 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
How To Let Go and Let God is a message of personal pain and how the author sought God for the peace only He can promise. Letting go and letting God, means to “cast all your cares” to God. Whether it’s a relationship, job, friendship, passing of a loved one, this book will give you suggestions on exactly what you need to do to let go, let God. Are you in an adulterous relationship and need to let go? Did you pray about something and still find yourself worrying about it, even when you thought you let go? Are you wondering how do I let go and let God?
1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
But he’s our hero, so this obviously has a happy ending. Today he has all the sex he wants, whenever he wants. With his wife. The same one. How did he do it? He made adjustments to his thinking in five key areas and the rest, as they say, is history. Because we know there are millions of men in the same place our hero used to be we have recorded that history here for your easy imitation. If you’re willing to make the same not-so-hard adjustments you’ll get the same gratifying results. Promise. Or your money back. Guaranteed. No questions asked. For real.
188 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Power Over Pornography is a step-by-step solution to overcoming pornography addiction with great success. Preliminary results indicate success rates of the program of approximately 80%, nearly quadruple the success rates of many of the best alternative programs. Readers who implement the program will be pornography-free within 30 days.
Power Over Pornography is presented to the reader in the form of a story. David, the wise instructor, mentors Jason, teaching him the principles that free him from his pornography addiction. Readers relate to Jason and the steps he follows to receive relief. Each step involves a power that Jason takes back from his addiction and is accompanied with details of how to implement the steps to receive the power and of potential failure paths and how to avoid them. The instruction is interwoven with vignettes from Jason’s life and how his relationships, self-esteem and work performance are impacted by his addiction and then subsequently by his freedom from it.
Jason ultimately realizes power over his pornography addiction and realizes the positive consequences of living without the addiction. The approach works for him and works for the reader.
167 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Rebecca sends a Valentine’s card to an old school mate but doesn’t realise that the man she sent it to is another Eric Grayson. When Eric receives the card, he is fascinated with Rebecca immediately and contacts her. They get swept into a whirlwind romance which ends in a hurried marriage. On the day of the wedding, Rebecca finds out Eric is not who she thought he was. Will their love survive betrayal, lies, abandonment and many other storms?
This Christian romance is set against the backdrop of South Africa, a country of many contrasts and beauties. It is a story of self- and spiritual discovery.
The Lost View of Prophecy: Early Church Teachings Shed New Light on Modern Views by Robert Franklin
257 pages, 2 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
In this first compilation of the early church fathers’ view of prophecy in over seventeen centuries, the early church fathers’ writings on eschatology are compared to modern views of prophecy alongside scripture. Amillenialism, preterism, postmillenialism, historic premillenialism, and dispensational premillenialism are all analyzed meticulously. An extensive bibliography is included.
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