The Day I Met Walt is based on a true story about a four-year-old little girl named Aleesa who got in trouble for not telling the truth but learned a life-changing lesson from that one mistake. She immediately went to Jesus for comfort. And not only did he comfort, he forgave and continues to show his love and remarkable grace. Through this lesson of repentance, God gave her a gift and a new family friend and restored hope and joy in the heart of a burdened soul. By empowering Aleesa to write this book, Jesus is continuing to bless many others through the retelling of this simple but remarkable story! May your heart be joyous in the Lord today and every day as you experience the power of his love!
Daniel Revisited makes the case that the ancient book of Daniel reveals four specific events to occur in the Middle East in the end times prior to the Tribulation. This new look at old assumptions about prophecy and plain reading of Scripture combines a comprehensive study of relevant history with the fresh perspective of today’s current events. Not only does it show that the Antichrist will be Muslim, it also identifies four events the author calls Signposts which will occur in a series leading right up to the Tribulation. The first event involving Iraq has already occurred. The second of the four events will be the invasion of the whole Middle East by Iran. The fourth event will witness the Antichrist's emergence.
This is the best way to learn and remember Greek words. Over 85% of Greek words are included in this book and hundreds of Greek-English words that you can learn to remember easily. Greek words have pollinated and enriched many languages around the world. You know the words already. It is with these similarities that you are going to work. When you speak Greek - you speak English and when you speak English - you speak Greek. It's that easy. It's power learning. For Greek kids who who live in other countries and struggle to learn the language of their heritage, this book is a lifesaver. Here are some Greek words you can learn easily because you know the Greek root word "graph" which means "writ."
Many books speak of the sixtiespop culture, the Beatles, JFK, Vietnam War, civil rights, walking on the moonbut not from the eyes of an elementary school boy growing up on the prairie in Central Texas. This is a humorous and tear-jerking look back in time, a thought-provoking and entertaining look at history and people.
Not a cloud in the blue Atlanta sky, Jeffrey Ross made his morning visit to the Dunwoody Starbucks, expecting this day to be like any other. It wouldn’t. Samarra Russell left her meeting at Emory Medical Center after receiving the strange call and wondered if it had anything to do with her immunology research at CDC. It was a secret, or was supposed to be. Going home as instructed, Samarra opened the box of Valentine candy on the kitchen counter and collapsed. Before losing her balance, Samarra recognized the small finger, severed and still wearing the tiny ring she gave him for his 7th birthday. Her precious son. She opened the note after regaining limited senses and read. If she didn’t want to receive young Thomas Russell’s head in a box, she would do as instructed. And she did.
Glancing to the left, Jeff was surprised to see the small, white church sitting a hundred feet off Highway 85 in the middle of a field of bright, yellow daffodils. He had never seen so many daffodils in his life. There was nothing around except for the small church in the daffodil-laden field, a parking lot to the rear. He wasn’t sure if he had ever seen a whiter church, it seemed almost to glow in a reflective yellow. The illuminated message sign by the highway is what really captured his attention.
Must we experience the loving violence of God as did Moses and the Israelites? For the last 25 years, I have been absorbed in the seldom-appreciated Old Testament Book of Numbers and its adjacent books, culminating in my writing this novel. In The God Whom Moses Knew, the reader uncovers God's strong passions, His vulnerability, the reasons for His just wrath and violence, and His determination to lead His reluctant people through a dangerous wilderness on a pilgrimage of eternal merit. Experience the profound feelings and the intense struggles of God's devoted servant, Moses: the calamitous desertion of God by His recently freed, scrappy and frightened people: a humble, brave, cretinous cra...
The Epic Transformation from Living the Nightmare to Healing the Spirit... On the outside, Jeanette had it all together; a good marriage, a beautiful daughter - poised on the threshold of a successful career. Behind the closed doors of a suburban prison, she continued to hide the shadowy secret of a splintered world of physical and mental torture. For over ten years, Jeanette was the pawn in a twisted psychological game, directed by the hands of the man whose lies she believed. She accepted the stark reality of never escaping alive. When she first met Jack, she was captured by his charming personality, wowed by his wealth, and quickly fell in love. What originated as protective, confident an...
Cincy the Flying Pig is a very special pig with a special ability, but will others see her talent as something special? As you read this book about how Cincy overcomes adversity because of her difference from everyone else, it is my hope that we all learn the lesson that just because someone is different from us, doesn't mean they should be teased or treated any differently than you or I. After all, you never know when that difference might come in handy someday.
Memories of past loved ones can be shared through a simple story. A red stone was the tangible gift one afternoon between a great aunt and a great niece. Little did they realize not only the memory and love of a father and great grandfather were shared, but the love of their heavenly Father.