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Silent Sting

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Suicide Satan S Silent Sting In The Church

Author : Prophetess Bernice Letsinger
ISBN : 9781477175385
Genre : Social Science
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If I can touch only one person and stop him or her from destroying their lifes destiny through my own testimony, my God will be pleased and the enemy defeated. Suicide: Satans Silent Sting in the Church was destined to be brought forth, for such a time as this to expose the enemy and his weapons against the people of God. I wrote this book because I care for you and want you to live a joyous life in Christ Jesus. Contrary to what the enemy has tried to tell you, you can live in the fullness of joy and every promise that the Lord God has given you. When trials and tribulations (the cares of this world) weigh you down, please know that there is nothing too hard for God! He is a forgiving and loving God. His word says that He is married to the backslider. Gods love will keep you. It was His love that kept me alive to tell my story. I tell my testimony in hope that it will encourage you to live and not die. Most of you have not heard of prophetess Bernice Letsinger. I do not have a platform or a television show, but I am a woman of God, who is a wife, mother, and a person just like you who have experienced great pain in silence that only the Lord and I knew. This pain almost destroyed my life, family, friends, children, spouse, and ministry. I have no PhD, but I do have a testimony that is covered by the blood of Jesus. There is an anointing, yoke-destroying, and burden-removing power in the word of God and in the testimony of a survivor of suicide. As you read this book, allow God to heal and set you free from the sting of death. I know he will; it is already done and has been declared that a million souls will be saved just by reading this testimony. The anointing on these pages will prevent Satans silent sting from penetrating your soul thus destroy the stronghold of the spirit of suicide.

Silent Scream

Author : Charles Bronson
ISBN : 190257821X
Genre : Inmates of institutions
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He's taken more hostages inside of prison than any UK prisoner. He holds awards for his art and writing. He's had more prison rooftop protests than anyone alive or dead. He's the UK's most feared yet most misunderstood prisoner. In Bronson's own words, find out what makes him tick and explode.

Silent Spring

Author : Rachel Carson
ISBN : 0547527624
Genre : Nature
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Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was first published in three serialized excerpts in the New Yorker in June of 1962. The book appeared in September of that year and the outcry that followed its publication forced the banning of DDT and spurred revolutionary changes in the laws affecting our air, land, and water. Carson’s passionate concern for the future of our planet reverberated powerfully throughout the world, and her eloquent book was instrumental in launching the environmental movement. It is without question one of the landmark books of the twentieth century.

A Silent Nightmare

Author : Sergio Ferragut
ISBN : 9781430329442
Genre : Reference
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A Silent Nightmare explores the issues surrounding illicit drugs and new drug policy options. America has struggled against illicit drugs for decades; however, drug use and abuse continue to weight heavily on the shoulders of our youth, crime associated with illicit drugs has increased dramatically, and drug traffickers and their stealth friends in the business world continue to grow richer. This book uncovers the myths, the root causes, and the many drug-related events and delivers the urgently needed hope that much can be achieved under a new drug paradigm. It is the author's intention to shed light on a new path leading towards a more rational, coherent and humane drug policy. He joins many distinguished personalities, including the late Milton Friedman, Economics Nobel Prize winner, William F. Buckley, Jr., founder of the National Review, and Walter Cronkite, award-winning journalist, who have raised their voices calling for an overhaul of the current failed drug policy.

Silent Tears

Author : Mike Doan
ISBN : 9781481719346
Genre : Fiction
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THE SILENT TEAR Steeped in the culture, wisdom and conflict of sixteenth century Asia, Mike Doan’s The Silent Tear tells the story of Le and his journey from boyhood tragedy and abandonment to adult fulfillment, joy and acceptance of responsibility. After witnessing his father’s death when their village is destroyed by bandits, Le’s devoted mother releases her only child to the care of monks at the Shaolin temple. Under the tutelage of kindly Master Wong, Le masters the physical discipline and demands of Shaolin kung fu, as well as the spirituality of compassion and generosity that eventually guide his reentry into the world in search of his mother. Though her attempts at visiting her son at the temple are thwarted each year, Le’s mother never forfeits hope that, one day, she will reunite with her beloved son. In the meantime, through employment as a cook, she develops a surrogate family consisting of a range of characters including the coveted courtesan, Su, the house master, Mr. Phu, and the lovely but uncontrollable master’s daughter, Ling. When Le eventually reunites with his mother and finds love with a wife who, herself, is a gifted swordswoman, his one goal is to use his training in Shaolin kung fu to protect his family and nearby villages from the roaming bandits that disrupted his own childhood. But nothing Le learned while studying at the Shaolin temple can prepare him for his final altercation. A stirring debut novel, propelled by adventure, romance, temptation, spirituality and family relationships, The Silent Tear will leave readers thirsting for more from this gifted new writer.


Author : Paul Carr
ISBN : 9781780238890
Genre : Music
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Gordon Sumner was born in a mainly working-class area of North Tyneside, England, in 1951. Decades later, we would come to know him as Sting, one of the world’s best-selling music artists. Sting was the lead singer of the Police from 1977 to 1984 before launching a hugely successful solo career. In Sting:From Northern Skies to Fields of Gold, popular music scholar Paul Carr argues that the foundations of Sting’s creativity and drive for success were established by his birthplace, with vestiges of his “Northern Englishness” continuing to emerge in his music long after he left his hometown. Carr frames Sting’s creative impetus and output against the real, imagined, and idealized places he has occupied. Focusing on the sometimes-blurry borderlines between nostalgia, facts, imagination, and memories—as told by Sting, the people who knew (and know) him, and those who have written about him—Carr investigates the often complex resonance between local boy Gordon Sumner and the star the world knows as Sting. Published to coincide with the fortieth anniversary of the formation of the definitive line-up of the Police, this is the first book to examine the relationship between Sting’s working class background in Newcastle, the life he has consequently lived, and the creativity and inspiration behind his music.

Deep Sting

Author : Charles D. Taylor
Genre : Fiction
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ONE MAN BELIEVES HE CAN GAIN CONTROL OF THE MOST POWERFUL NAVAL FORCE IN THE WORLD — AND HIS ENEMY WILL NEVER KNOW! While the two superpowers are apparently relaxing under the spirit of glasnost, Nicholas Koniev, a Soviet strategic and technical genius and a Spetznaz-trained warrior, is leading a near-suicidal mission into the American submarine base of Bangor, Washington — home of the vital Trident missile subs. He appears to be using mini-subs to seed the harbor with sonar-activated mines that will deny the Tridents access to the Pacific, but appearances are deceiving. His actual mission is a one-man quest to neutralize the Trident system forever. Bernie Ryng, a seasoned Navy SEAL with a string of legendary exploits to his credit, is heading a small, elite team of SEALS and trained dolphins to reinforce the Tridents' security. A beautiful Englishwoman on a lonely island is the only human being who may be able to help Koniev escape. As Ryng closes in, Koniev alone knows that there are two prizes he's after…

Not A Silent Night

Author : Adam Hamilton
ISBN : 9781426793967
Genre : Religion
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Imagine Jesus from Mary’s point of view—proud of her son, in awe of his gifts and mission, guided by love for him as a person and so much more. In this book, Adam Hamilton begins at the end, with Mary at the crucifixion and resurrection; travels back in time as she witnesses his life and ministry; and ends at the beginning, with the Christ child born in a stable, Mary’s beautiful baby. This year, experience Advent and Christmas with Mary. The five sessions are: 1. Beginning with the End 2. The Piercing of Mary’s Soul 3. Amazed, Astounded, and Astonished 4. Mary, Full of Grace 5. It Was Not a Silent Night

Silent Treatment

Author : Michael Palmer
ISBN : 9780307781239
Genre : Fiction
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In his five bestselling novels, from The Sisterhood to Natural Causes, physician Michael Palmer has drawn on years of firsthand emergency-room experience to create the drama of a frighteningly authentic world--a world where the line between medicine and murder is scalpel-thin. Now, in his most harrowing suspense novel yet, Palmer reveals how the power to heal can become a license to kill.... With his wife, Evie, scheduled for surgery the next day, Dr. Harry Corbett goes to the hospital for what he hopes will be a quiet evening of reconciliation. In recent weeks Evie, never quick to share her feelings, has been more closed and distant than ever. But when Harry reaches Evie's room, it is too late for reconciliation. Shockingly, without warning, Evie is dead. The police suspect homicide. And their only suspect is Dr. Harry Corbett. Harry is not prepared for the stunning revelations that follow: His bright, beautiful, highly ambitious wife was leading a double life; she may have had dangerous secrets. But what secret could have been explosive enough to die for? Then the killer strikes again, boldly, tauntingly murdering one of Harry's favorite patients in such a way that only Harry knows the death was not natural. This time Harry is certain: The killer, medically sophisticated, coolly arrogant, moving undetected through a busy urban hospital, could only be a doctor. And he wonders--how many more will die? Desperately Harry probes deeper, following the only clue Evie left. What he finds is a sinister pattern that threatens patients in every hospital in the city. Harry is engaged in a life-and-death battle of wits with a chillingly efficient monster. And until the doctor is unmasked, no patient is safe from his lethal silent treatment. Michael Palmer has done it again, delivering a no-holds-barred novel of medical intrigue-- a gripping thriller that features the most terrifying physician since Hannibal Lecter. Silent Treatment will keep your pulse racing from beginning to end

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