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Learning To Love You More

Author : Harrell Fletcher
ISBN : 3791337335
Genre : Art
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Presents a collection of art and personal stories taken from the author's Web site in which participants respond to a variety of artistic assignments, including "Take a flash photo under your bed," "Write your life story in less than a day," and "Make anencouraging banner."

Tiny Sparrow

Author : Virginia Orenge
ISBN : 9780557091188
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Learning To Love

Author : Jean Ellis Hudson
ISBN : 9781490728674
Genre : Fiction
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The saga of the lives of Clem and Susannah Brown and their family continues to unfold. The first book in The Fruit of the Spirit Series dealt with Clem's childhood and subsequent marriage to Susannah and all the trials and tragedies they experienced through the years. Their children are Thomas, Ruth and Jeff. This book deals with their daughter Ruth from ages four to eighteen. She misbehaves as a child and doesn't show respect and love to her family and feels they don't love her. The prayer life of her family is greatly increased due to her attitude. She wants out of Victory, Texas, and off the farm. She wants big city life and wants to teach school. Her grandparents spoil her by giving her anything she wants. She eventually goes off to college in Houston and graduates top of her class in 1910, but through it all she shows lack of respect and love to her family many, many times with her prideful and haughty attitude. She applies for teaching jobs in four states and wants a big city. The only offer she gets is from a small town in Georgia in a one-room school. Everyone advises her to take it as a first-year teacher. She finally consents, but God has a plan for Ruth. The plan unfolds in a most unusual way to get her attention. Discover what happens to and in Ruth.

Divine Love Transforming The Soul

Author : James E. Padgett (Recorder)
ISBN : 9781435729018
Genre : Spirit writings
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This is volume one of 5 books. Altogether the books contain the messages received from angelic realms by means of automatic writing through the mediumistic work of James E. Padgett between 1914 and 1920. They reveal information such as: the realities of the spirit and soul universe; the qualities and attributes of the Creator; laws of Divine Love and natural Love; qualities of Absolute Truth; understanding the human soul, spirit body and mortal body; soul progression on earth and in the spirit world; spiritual laws such as the law of compensation and the law of attraction; the two paths of spiritual development as first presented by Jesus in the first century, each path resulting in the purification of the soul, but only one path resulting in eternal progression, complete emotional bliss and immortality. The major theme of the basic principles governing the reception of Divine Love by the human soul is also covered.

Mornings With The Holy Spirit

Author : Jennifer LeClaire
ISBN : 9781629981901
Genre : Religion
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Inspiring daily devotionals—prophetic words from the Holy Spirit—to strengthen, comfort, and counsel you. Many people are crying out to Jesus, but few are regularly fellowshipping with the Holy Spirit. Yet the Holy Spirit dwells in our spirits. We are His temple (1 Cor. 6:19), and He is our Comforter, Counselor, Helper, Intercessor, Advocate, Strengthener and Standby (John 14:26, AMP). The Holy Spirit leads and guides us into all truth—including the truth about our beautiful Savior (John 16:13). And the Holy Spirit is speaking to us more than we know. Mornings With the Holy Spirit is a daily devotional written as if the Holy Spirit is speaking directly to you. Through her personal journaling during times of worship, prayer, and just everyday living, Jennifer LeClaire has recorded the words that the Holy Sprit has given her, and she shares them with you in this book. Each entry will include a brief message from the Holy Spirit, a relevant Scripture reference or references, and a prayer starter.

I Love You More

Author : Les and Leslie Parrott
ISBN : 9780310539308
Genre : Religion
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How to make the thorns in your marriage come up roses.The big and little annoyances in your marriage are actually opportunities to deepen your love for each other. Relationship experts and award-winning authors Les and Leslie Parrott believe that your personal quirks and differences—where you squeeze the toothpaste tube, how you handle money—can actually help draw you together provided you handle them correctly. Turn your marriage’s prickly issues into opportunities to love each other more as you learn how to? build intimacy while respecting personal space ? tap the power of a positive marriage attitude ? replace boredom with fun, irritability with patience, busyness with time together, debt with a team approach to your finances . . . and much, much more.Plus—get an inside look at the very soul of your marriage, and how connecting with God can connect you to each other in ways you never dreamed.

Miranda July S Intermedial Art

Author : Antje Czudaj
ISBN : 9783839433690
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This first in-depth study of Miranda July's work reveals some of its major motives and consequently provides fascinating insights into the lifestyle of the contemporary white Californian middle class. Through an analysis of July's award-winning intermedial work, the author lays open how July takes individualism and self-help as constitutive for the creative class. Although a member of the creative class herself, July's voice oscillates between irony and approval. July thus paints a fascinating portrait of neurotic hipsterism, which triggers self-reflection in the general reader and critical thinking in the cultural analyst.

Aged Young Adults

Author : Anita Wohlmann
ISBN : 9783839424834
Genre : Social Science
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When Toula's father in »My Big Fat Greek Wedding« says to his daughter (age 30) »you look so old« or when Don DeLillo's protagonist (age 28) »feels old« in »Cosmopolis«, these young characters are attributed an age awareness that has received little attention in age studies so far. Leaving aside chronological or biological dimensions of age, this study approaches age as a metaphoric practice, suggesting that »feeling old« is not to be taken literally but metaphorically. The book examines the cultural meanings of age and aging for characters who are in their twenties and thirties and challenges often-quoted labels such as late-coming-of-age story or perpetual adolescence.

The Complete Letter Writer Containing Familiar Letters On The Most Common Occasions In Life Etc

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Learning To Love When You Don T Feel Like It

Author : Kenny Lewis
ISBN : 9781632327949
Genre : Religion
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Do these words sound familiar? "I'm tired of talking to a brick wall." "I've told you that umpteen times." "Why am I always the one to put the kids to bed while you watch TV?" "If you really loved me, you'd want to be with me." Each of these phrases is an alarm bell, signaling the end of your marriage may be closer than you think. When Kenny Lewis's wife, Connie, said, "I'm getting so tired of working so hard to keep this marriage together," he was shocked. He thought he was a great husband. Typical male. Totally clueless. When he asked her to tell him how he'd hurt her, she said, "I've told you before and you haven't listened." His heart sank. Their marriage was in serious trouble. Desperate, Lewis turned to the New Testament to learn how to love his wife. He discovered the Bible uses sixteen different action words to describe love. Each of the terms challenges our modern concept of love as something you feel under the spell of candlelight and soft music. Instead, the Bible teaches that love is learning to control your response when your mate overdraws the checkbook, or wrecks the car, or when feelings inexplicably grow cold. If you want to learn how to love when you don't feel like it, join the journey of developing a satisfying love that will last. Do the book's love-learning steps work? Lewis not only survived his crisis, twenty-five years later he and Connie are more in love than ever!

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