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The Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional

Author: Sheila Walsh
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433688042
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From author Sheila Walsh, the Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional connects families to both the word of God and to each other. 52 key scriptures form the basis for the devotions, which build on the verses and challenge the family to commit them to memory.

My Best Friend Jesus

Author: Cheryl Lynn Woolsey
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 9780828013086
Size: 24.82 MB
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My Best Friend Jesus makes it easy to bring your preschool children to Jesus every day. The short, simple devotionals build on Jesus action-based style of teaching and explore Jesus life through the book of Matthew. The stories are short enough for you to tell in your own words, your eyes meeting your childs eyes, just as Jesus eyes searched the hearts of His listeners.Since children learn many different ways, these devotionals use a variety of learning methods to help bring a living, breathing Jesus to the forefront of young minds and hearts. The many hands-on activities and crafts build on the objects and events in the childs everyday life, capitalizing on Jesus object lessons.

I Lost My Best Friend Today

Author: Judy Wright
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781481897747
Size: 69.60 MB
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Pet Loss Is Devastating,There Are Ways To Help Ease Your Pain... Dear friend, I wonder if you can relate to some of the stories in this book... * Was the decision to euthanize your pet one of the hardest things you've ever done? * Do you have an old or terminally ill pet who you cannot stand the thought of losing? * Do you find yourself denying the inevitable or wondering how you will ever be able to handle the loss when they are gone? * Is your child struggling to understand the death of their pet? * Do you wish you could find the words to comfort a grieving friend or family member who lost a beloved pet, but you don't know what to say to show your support without appearing to trivialize their pain? * Did the loss of your animal best friend trigger unhappy memories or unresolved conflicts of loss from years ago? * Did you find that you were more upset over losing a pet, than losing a parent or relative? All of the contributors knew their pets were more than just animals... they are our closest friends, constant companions, and integral members of the family. Just one of the comments about the book "I can't share how sad I am about my dog, because my co-workers will think I am crazy. But, on the other hand, I inquire about their child's cold and buy their stupid Girl Scout cookies to support them. It isn't fair! Oh God, please don't let me start crying at work again. I heard someone call me a drama queen and say; It's only a dog, not a child. I just need someone to acknowledge my sadness." Each day with our pet is special and brings joy to both the owner and the owned (sometimes it is hard to determine who owns who, do you agree?). No one wants to lose their pet. No one gets an animal anticipating the death of that companion. But the fact is, pets are lost to accidents, disease, old age or they simply wander off and never come home. It's finding ways to deal with the grief that will help you during the difficult time of losing your best friend. Read this book, you will be so glad you did.

My Life Is Not My Own

Author: Marian Adejokun
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1496978560
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Many of you will know me by my birth name, Marian Adejokun. I have other names which have been given to me by friends and family: Faith, Testimony, Blessing, Miracle, Mary Mary, Sister Bernadette, and Mini-Mommy. I am just an ordinary person who has gone through trials and tribulations just like you. I have overcome many obstacles from birth up till now, and I thank God I am still standing. I pray my book will be an eye-opener to many of you guys who may be going through the storm. I just want you all to look at the positive side of life and know that no matter what battle you are facing in life, there's always going to be a way out so long as you give your battle to the Lord, keep running the race of life, and keep your hope alive. I believe it took the grace of God to get me to where I am today. I am no better than any of you. We all live and learn every day, the good and the bad. Just know that we all have our own purpose in life'a purpose that could transform someone else's life forever.

Time Is My Best Friend

Author: Blue Throatwort
Publisher: Partridge Publishing Singapore
ISBN: 1482899825
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This is the personal account of the main characters life named Mary Anne. In the book Time is my Best Friend she is expressing her own testimony. Mary Anne begins the story by saying that time is what life is made up of, thus influences the cycle of life. She goes on to speak about her grandfathers ability to sense information through conscious and unconscious knowledge and from her understanding, though he had, what can be described as, precognition abilities, he could not turn around the hands of time to stop what must happen in a way that people have very little control over. He knew about Mary Annes coming and considered her a special person because she would be, from his interpretation, an individual with the external antennas or this could be described as a psychic gadget in her mind that gather and convert messages so that they can be understood. Grandfather and Mary Anne are able to share telepathy. They share the same visions as if they were of one mind, even though they are two distinct individuals being two generations apart. Mary Anne speaks of psychic experience as being every leap year whereby she meets mind to mind communication in which, from her deduction, psychic details are transmitted through psychic visions and dreams. She utters that she believes of a possible spiritual connection between her grandfather and her, made able by the two of them being twin flames, and they share a relationship on a spiritual realm. She trusts they are soulmates and thats how she learns he possesses paranormal abilities. Mary Anne voice about seeing visions of the life of a boy born in the past time as a son to a mother, who is in the present time a man approaching his fifties. However, the images are blurry and she cannot see clearly who his mother truly is. Once more, Grandfather and her share the same dreams whereby Grandfather is, as much, able to have visions of a boy and two mothers who were born in a time far back. Through the utilization of a combination of psychic talents, he successfully connects the boy of the past life to the existing man who is about to turn 50, living in the current life. He is, apart from that, satisfactorily effective in connecting whom the mother of the boy truly was from the visions of the two mothers he sees in his minds eye. These individuals were already deceased in the long-past century. Her grandfather, through what can be described as intuition, collects data of his last calling and he has helped her out by sending a telepathic communication on the information he assembled. On her own, every four years, she discovers a little more about his life and she finds his birth month. Whats more? Grandfather shows a positive attitude towards Mary Annes name, nonetheless, he had already had, what can be explained as, a clairvoyant-intuition of the name of the two mothers which appeared in his psychic vision. By Mary Annes parents giving her such a name, becomes a shocking coincidence when placed in comparison to the name in his psychic perception. Grandfather, in his own ways, refuses to accept whom the mother of the boy could possibly be, living in the current life when the indicator pointed towards Mary Anne, his granddaughter, based on her parents choice of her name, equivalent to as how it had appeared in Grandfathers vision the image of a young girl born years after the man now turning 50. However, he comes to terms with his feelings of unacceptance and he conveys his mind to mind messages to Mary Anne to help her find out about the boy, and slowly try to understand who was his mother as well as what was the history to that time in the past which could be an unpleasant event which led to the rebirth, in Mary Annes confidence, which usually happens for souls to fulfill what has not been fulfilled in the last lifetime. Mary Anne speaks of her special ability to recall memories of her infant and toddler point of time in life, on the first words as well as the most impressive word to her grandfather which she said. Everything in nature had a meaning to her grandfather thus he understood what her stunning word meant. He concluded that Mary Anne had experienced an early childhood intuition and that his telepathic communication with her showed the first signs of success. Mary Anne takes the time to make clear an inference of hers, that afterlife communication was possible even after her grandfather had passed away. A near telepathic relation happens through an interconnectedness between them. This means that her deceased grandfather is furnished to communicate with her from his stand of spirit, despite the fact that his physical body had been enshrouded six feet under earth. Moreover, because of the tie of love that remained firm, it occurs as a result of an unanticipated inner inclination, whereby they communicate through telepathic messages. Again, her sixth sense gather and convert the messages that it can be understood, through clairvoyant-intuition. Mary Anne speaks that she meets the man approaching his 50s and he was exactly as in hers and grandfathers psychic vision and at that point in time of looking at him in the flesh, she felt the presence of a soul in her as if she was visited by the spirit of the deceased mother to the boy in the past. She keeps safe the secret her grandfather and Mary Anne shared, knowing that it was only meant for her to be led to solve the puzzle. Mary Anne utters, from her viewpoint, that her grandfather has also spoken to her through visible surrounding, that is, before she met a misfortune as he signalled she would. On top of that, she locates a suitable prayer for the reincarnated boy and in conclusion, she utters that a natural ability will always remain ones greatest strength.

Dark Tomorrow

Author: K. Blanchard
Publisher: Publish America
ISBN: 9781413776379
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Come and take a dive into the world of Melissa Portright, a teenage girl struggling with the psychological aftermath of several brutal rapes. Walk with Erik Pain, an angel battling for redemption, as he learns what its like to feel the pains others cause and how beautiful human frailty is. Let Eriks fading eyes and vivid language open your mind up to an aspect of our society that some choose to ignore and others simply deny exists; grow with him and learn how precious each life is, and ultimately how devastating the selfish actions of others may become. And never forget

How To Manage Your Own Website

Author: Greta Rose Zagarino
Publisher: Greta Rose Zagarino
ISBN: 1783017236
Size: 41.23 MB
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Welcome to the new “online frontier”, where it is suddenly mandatory to have a basic understanding of how to (a) manage your business website, (b) engage with social media, (c) grow an online audience, (d) master SEO and (e) Google Analytics, (f) generate authentic and compelling content, (g) maintain an active blog and newsletter, (h) know how to inspire and share your brand throughout the universe.... oh, and (i) continue to run your existing business. Feeling overwhelmed and confused by it all? It’s perfectly natural to feel a bit lost. Actually, it would be odd if you didn’t! You’ve probably already invested some funds into building your website. Now, your beautiful new website is finally complete and it’s up to you (or your team) to keep the site fast, functional, updated, and producing results that help grow your business. This responsibility can feel intimidating, even burdensome, especially if you don’t see yourself as a “technical person”. It might be tempting to ignore it and risk losing all you have built thus far. If you are reading this right now, I get it. I spend my days working with amazing people just like you, and I am beyond empathetic with the heightened emotions that often come with inheriting a new website... but I’m also not letting you off the hook. Together, you and I are going to figure this out. I wrote this book because I believe it’s really asking too much to expect you to remember everything without help. While there are plenty of how-to books on any one of these topics, I had yet to come across a simple book that helped my clients understand how all the various online pieces fit together. I wanted to create a one-stop help guide, providing my clients with everything they would need to know inside of one book. I also wanted to provide some comfort and guidance to counter the potential stress of learning a new technology. This book was created so you can catch your breath, start at the beginning and gain some perspective. Once this happens, I believe in your ability to manage your online business. It is possible! You’ll be the captain of your ship, not the deckhand scrambling frantically to and fro below. You’re not only going to manage your website, you’re going to manage it well. So, let’s start exactly where you are. Grant yourself permission to be a beginner in those moments of utter frustration and angst. I’m right here with you! REVIEWS "This isn't a book. This is a solution. ” - Greenbuilders, Inc. "Greta Rose was highly recommended to me. And now, I highly recommend Greta Rose!" –Dr. Susanne Bennett, best selling author of The 7-Day Allergy Makeover and host of The Wellness For Life Radio show "Wow. This book is such a gift. Thank you." –Heidi Roberts, founder of Motion Therapy "Greta is one Badass Supreme Goddess Web Master and Marketing Guru. Working with her as been one of the best business decisions we’ve made.”– Kimberly Bailey, owner of The Butter End Cakery BONUS: FREE PLAYBOOK DOWNLOAD When you buy this book, be sure to get your FREE PLAYBOOK DOWNLOAD full of bonus exercise sheets to help you even more. Enjoy the ride. Your journey starts now. -Greta Rose Zagarino

An Improbable Life

Author: Michael I. Sovern
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231537050
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Columbia University began the second half of the twentieth century in decline, bottoming out with the student riots of 1968. Yet by the close of the century, the institution had regained its stature as one of the greatest universities in the world. According to the New York Times, "If any one person is responsible for Columbia's recovery, it is surely Michael Sovern." In this memoir, Sovern, who served as the university's president from 1980 to 1993, recounts his sixty-year involvement with the institution after growing up in the South Bronx. He addresses key issues in academia, such as affordability, affirmative action, the relative rewards of teaching and research, lifetime tenure, and the role of government funding. Sovern also reports on his many off-campus adventures, including helping the victims of the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, stepping into the chairmanship of Sotheby's, responding to a strike by New York City's firemen, a police riot and threats to shut down the city's transit system, playing a role in the theater world as president of the Shubert Foundation, and chairing the Commission on Integrity in Government.

It S My Job

Author: Michael Rich
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1847285473
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A collection of stories about making a living and ultimately making a life. Told with humor and insight they have a way of asking the questions: "Who are you?"; "What is important in your life?"; and "What do you want to do when you grow up?" Folks of all ages have enjoyed these tales believing they were pure fiction. See what you think...