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Beside Still Waters

Author: Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
ISBN: 9780785206781
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Letters To Heaven

Author: Thena Smith
Publisher: Bluegrass Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9781599780009
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Letters To Heaven: Words of Comfort for the Grieving Soul was written to help grieving families heal through poetry and crafting. 'Letters to Heaven: Words of Comfort for the Grieving Soul', written by Lynne Carey and Thena Smith, covers those challenging topics like miscarriage, war and loss of parents. Thena and Lynne have created words of comfort to share with loved ones who are grieving. 'Letters' is an extraordinary resource to help express words of sympathy and heartwarming condolences. This title will ease the burden of finding "just the right words" with a multitude of original poems. 'Letters' is meant for the griever and the comforter. Create a memorial album or sympathy card using these heartfelt poems to encourage the healing process. 'Letters to Heaven' is a 'must have' for every crafters' resource library.

Green Pastures And Still Waters For The Flock Of God

Author: Julius A. Von Poseck
Publisher: Irving Risch
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[Publisher's note: This written statement was penned over a 100 years ago.] The following was written nearly six years ago It was only after much hesitation and prayer, that, at the repeated requests of some esteemed Christians, and after a careful revision, I have resolved to commit these notes to print. I confide in the well-known forbearance of my dear fellow Christians in this country, as to the imperfections of expression. The twenty-third Psalm has been so interwoven with the whole of my Christian course (of more than 26 years), and our gracious Shepherd has, from this precious portion of His Pasture, whenever I turned to it, so often blessed my soul, that I could resist no longer the desire to communicate to others what He has been pleased to give to me. The dispensational side of our Psalm I have only occasionally touched upon, as the chief object of it is the feeding of the soul on Christ. Consequently even the great Christian principles of truth, foreshadowed and embedded in this Psalm, are considered, only as far as they concern the flock of God; for instance, the question of worship at the Lord's Table, where we feed upon His death, when "We sing of the Shepherd that died, That died for the sake of the flock." For, however important a place the Church, as such, may occupy at that blessed Table of our Lord, and in His counsels, yet this portion of divine truth would be out of place in our Psalm. May God keep us from growing into cool and enlightened churchmen, to the neglect of the pastoring of the flock, for whom the Good Shepherd died.


Author: Greg Roseberry
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595291716
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Charles Everett Roseberry joined the United States Army in 1942 in part because he was single whereas his brother, William Chester Roseberry, was married. Charles served overseas in Africa, Italy, France and Germany. William Roseberry was drafted into the Army in 1944 just months before the birth of his second son on D-Day. William served in Italy in the North Appenines and Po River campaigns. Both brothers wrote regularly to their sister, Margaret Roseberry Lawton of Radford, Virginia who saved their letters for over 50 years before giving them to their children and grandchildren. The letters are not descriptions of the war, which would have been censored, but the concerns of two young men from a small southwest Virginia town finding themselves overseas and away from their families. Topics range from family matters to the capture or deaths of friends and a recurring theme is each brother's concern for the other.

101 Thoughts From The Word

Author: David T. Peckham
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1434323714
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Jesus gave answers to the temptations of Satan beginning with the declaration: "It is written." The Word of God is a storehouse of answers to combat the woes of this life. It is also a treasure chest of promises and hopes for the saints of God. It has a wealth of remedies for those who have no hope and for those trodden down with the terminal disease of sin. The Lord Jesus Christ said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (Jn. 14:6) Man desperately searches the world over in quest of youth, longer life, and happiness of life. Yet, right before his eyes is the very treasure map that unveils the well of living water springing up unto everlasting life and the fountain of eternal grace flowing from Immanuel's veins. Within its pages the Holy Comforter has written wondrous guides through the straight and narrow way that begins at the foot of the old rugged cross. He leads the seeker securely in hand over the lofty heights of pure truth; and when the weary traveler is faint with distressing thirst, the Spirit and Bride say, "Come drink of the water of life freely, and you shall find rest for your soul and life more abundantly." These single page lessons are set forth only as brief simple studies of various topics of the Scriptures. They are not designed as theological discourses, or the settling of doctrinal issues. These are mere glimpses through the windows of the Word of God. They are thought provokers, docks for launching out into the deep, and stimuli for discussion of the truths of the Holy Scriptures. They are purposely designed for church bulletins, devotions, and study starters.

Finding Joy On The Mountain Climb

Author: Lori Arnold-Grine, PhD
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452597936
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Living with chronic illness can make life seem like a steep mountain climb. How do you find the strength to climb on and face each day with pain and suffering? Finding Joy on the Mountain Climb is a story of encouragement and hope, enriched with scripture and prayer. Written during a chronic illness battle, Arnold-Grine shares how a deep personal relationship with God helped her take One Step at a Time. She also includes 40 days of inspirational devotions from her health blog to help find purpose, peace and comfort in the battle. Discover how God will carry you through a struggle and equip you for the climb in her testimony: Every day with chronic illness I must take up my cross and follow where God leads me up this mountain. My hand is in His - the only way I want to travel this difficult journey. It has brought me to a deeper relationship with God, and through it I wish to share my story of hope and offer encouragement to others. The focus is not on the mountain climb, but on the Lord getting me to the "summit" to praise Him and finding joy in the journey by leaning heavily on Him. Inspired by Psalm 46:10 "Be still and know that I am God," I take one step at a time with Him. It is within the battle that we find ourselves committed to what matters most. As I lean not on my own understanding, God offers peace and light to pave my pathway. He gives strength for the journey and carries me. Give me Jesus for the journey, and as I walk closely with Him, may He bless others through me. It is my prayer that this story encourages others to praise God on the mountain climb.

Beside Still Waters

Author: Arthur Christopher Benson
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776591399
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The novel Beside Still Waters from British writer Arthur Christopher Benson offers an in-depth look at the life of one Hugh Neville, beginning with his earliest childhood recollections and concluding in his old age. Through spiritual crises and personal tragedies, Hugh's indefatigable spirit and unique outlook on life remain unscathed. It's an inspirational and engaging look at a life well lived.

Message To Irene

Author: Patricia Pfeffer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465323139
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Celebrity Reviewers Comments, "Buena Suerte...I'll see you on Oprah" Quote from Curt Sampson, author of twelve books, three appearing on the New York Times best sellers list. "This is a 'must read' for all who wish to be touched in the heart, spirit and soul." Jerry L. Muffett MTh, Antiquities Research Scientist, founder of The Great Enlightenment Foundation, and recently retired board member of the Smithsonian Institute. "Fascinating. Consuming evidence of life after death". Jan Strimple, Dallas International model and producer extraordinaire, honoree in the American Women's Hall of Fame, and past columnist for the Dallas Morning News.