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Testimony

Author : Aaron Jordan
ISBN : 1555174477
Genre : Spiritual life
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As a youth i was confused by faith in God. It bothered me that i could intellectually explain away most gospel doctrine. As i sat in seminary, however, i realized that i could not explain away the Spirit. It was independent of me and the one reliable anchor I had. Testimony is simply a different kind of knowledge, a knowledge not acquired empirically, yet just as valid and as real as my knowledge of the physical world around me. This different kind of knowledge is difficult to explain to others, just as the concept of color is difficult to explain to someone who is blind. Knowledge of the heart is the sweetest and most rewarding of all knowledge. This book tells you how and why to obtain that knowledge.

Testimony

Author : Mark Zarr
ISBN : 9780615584928
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever been disappointed by the church? Do you find yourself feeling as if you are on the outside looking in? For many of us church, religion, and even God seem to be unattainable. Whether we have been burned, never truly accepted, or lost in the sea of programs and church growth strategies, we all sense that something is off. Where is the Grace, Love, and Mercy that Christ came to share with us all? Miraculous stories abound of lives that have been turned around. But where is the proof of changed lives? At some point, shouldn't we see these transformations? The truth is that God's grace is for everyone. We have all fallen short, but that is only the beginning of our story. Only God's testimony is powerful enough to save us from ourselves. Our story should not be told in words, but should be lived and explored through our daily walk. We should not merely talk about grace, and mercy, and love, when we have been given the amazing gift, by Christ's death and resurrection, to show grace, mercy, and love. Our real testimonies are defined not by who we were, but by who we are willing to become.

Testimony

Author : Shafreya Wilkins
ISBN : 9781456766573
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This story is about a young woman who beats all odds against her. Even though she’s faced many challenges; by God’s grace she’s still her to tell her Testimony.

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Testimony In The Spirit

Author : Mark J. Cartledge
ISBN : 0754663523
Genre : Religion
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In a lucid and compelling style, Cartledge takes the reader inside the `ordinary theology' of contemporary British Pentecostalism. He raises issues of great importance to leaders of diverse religious communities. while sharing ground-breaking scholarship in Pentecostal/Charismatic studies and Practical Theology Richard Osmer, Thomas W. Synnott Professor of Christian Education at Princeton Theological Seminary, USA --

Testimony To Otherwise The Witness Of Elijah

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Testimony

Author : Felicia Mason
ISBN : 9781496707284
Genre : Fiction
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“A touching portrait of human desires and frailties.” —Booklist Award-winning author Felicia Mason is at her riveting best with this powerful tale of discord and drama among the members of a gospel choir… After eighteen years, Roger McKenzie is questioning his calling as leader of the gospel choir, The Triumphant Voices of Praise. Not only have they failed to achieve the success he craves, their relationships are unraveling, turning them into disillusioned and bitter strangers… Tyrone Thomas has always considered his cousin Roger his best friend. So he can’t understand why his own wife, Georgie, seems intent on driving a wedge between them. For Georgie’s part, there’s something about Roger she doesn’t trust. Yet she has secrets of her own—the kind that could destroy her cherished marriage….Pampered, privileged Margaret Hall-Stuart may have the voice of an angel, but she’s determined to make a play for Roger—until someone else in the group opens her eyes to a world she’s never imagined. And when Roger begins to receive hateful, anonymous messages, the whole choir is plunged into an ordeal. Now they’ll have to confront their pasts, their demons, and their greatest obstacles: themselves… Praise for Felicia Mason’s Hidden Riches “Rich prose…top-notch humor, and loveable characters.” —USA Today.com “Fabulous family drama.” —Midwest Book Reviews “Readers will laugh through their tears.” —RT Book Reviews

Testimony

Author : Rachel Muers
ISBN : 9780334046684
Genre : Religion
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This book brings Quaker thought on theological ethics into constructive dialogue with Christian tradition while engaging with key contemporary ethical debates and with wider questions about the public role of church-communities in a post-secular context. The focus for the discussion is the distinctive Quaker concept and practice of ‘testimony’ – understood as a sustained pattern of action and life within and by the community and the individuals within it, in communicative and transformative relation to its context, and located in everyday life. In the first section, Rachel Muers presents a constructive theological account of testimony, drawing on historical and contemporary Quaker sources, that makes explicit its roots in Johannine Christology and pneumatology, as well as its connections with other Quaker “distinctives” such as unprogrammed worship and non-creedalism. She focuses in particular on the character of testimonies as sustained refusals of specific practices and structures, and on the way in which this sustained opposition gives rise to new attitudes and forms of life. Articulating the ongoing relevance of this approach for theology, Rachel Muers engages with the “ethics of witness” in contemporary Protestant theology and with a longer tradition of thought (and debates) about the significance of Christian ascesis. In the second section, she develops this general account through a series of case studies in Quaker testimony, written and practised. She uses each one to explore aspects of the meaning of, and need for, shared and individual testimony.

Testimony

Author : Nicolas Sarkozy
ISBN : UOM:39015067697501
Genre : History
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A leading French presidential candidate offers an outspoken, thought-provoking look at his vision for the future of France, criticizing the government of Jacques Chirac and presenting his own take on the problems facing France: immigration, integration, employment, globalization, law and order, and more. 17,500 first printing.

Eyewitness Testimony

Author : Elizabeth F. Loftus
ISBN : 0674287770
Genre : Law
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By shedding light on the many factors that can intervene and create inaccurate testimony, Elizabeth Loftus illustrates how memory can be radically altered by the way an eyewitness is questioned, and how new memories can be implanted and old ones changed in subtle ways.

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