It is time for believers to start living in the reality of who we are in Christ. Our Identity in Christ has been restored and revealed; it is time to initiate.
If the Son has set us free, then why are so many Christians still struggling with toxic emotions keeping them in constant pain and suffering?
When best-selling and award-winning author, Terry Toler, discovered through Scripture that emotions were meant for present reality, he wrote a book that revealed a new approach to emotional freedom.
Feeling Free is unique with its entirely different biblical approach to mastering emotions based on current reality. The premise is that most people struggle with their emotions because they combine present troubles with past hurts and future worries. That creates an overload of emotional instability.
Queen Elizabeth II describes the significance of Christmas & Easter.
* The Queen’s Christmas & Easter Messages is an appealing, highly unusual and very creative anthology. ~ Alison Sherrington* What an amazing collection! This has so many wonderful Christmas messages and is a great addition to any family during the holiday season. ~ Jenny & Benny
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Queen Elizabeth II consistently reminds her global audience of the real meaning and significance of Christmas, and in 2020 of Easter also. So with the palace approval I compiled excerpts of all The Queen's Christmas and Easter broadcasts with a double-page entry for every year from the beginning of her reign in 1952.
Imagine waking up one day different. You can’t explain it, but something just isn’t right. One minute you’re happy and the next sad. One moment you’re loving and the next angry. The voices you hear, the different moods you experience and the sad looks in people’s eyes makes you wonder if you’re losing your mind.
For Savannah Graft, she’s been dealt some heavy blows in her lifetime, but has managed to overcome them. Now, happily married to her husband, Pastor Shane Graft, mother to Kennedi and Baby Shane, First Lady of Victory Temple and the owner of SG Graphics; life is good.
Until one morning, she woke up different. She isn’t herself, yet she can’t see it. She recognizes something is wrong, but she can’t explain it. All she knows and continually says, I’m not crazy. Truthfully, she isn’t she’s depressed.
In this book, we begin a conversation to peel back the layers of postpartum depression, in the home and in the church. Although this is a work of fiction, every day somebody is dealing with the effects of mental illness and depression. In the church they tell you to pray and fast more. In the world, people say you’ll be okay, but how do they know.
Read Savannah’s story to see if she finally admits to needing help or will she continually hide from fear of herself, judgment or ridicule.
It’s Christmastime in Briarcliff Manor. Colorful lights shine brightly, the air is steeped with the scent of evergreens, worship services are filled to capacity and stores are bursting with joyful, gift-hunting shoppers.
Even a surprise Thanksgiving Eve snowfall helped cast a festive quality across the local landscape. But not everyone in town feels the holiday cheer. Nor do the seasonal sights, sounds and pastimes make much of a difference.
While most go about their individual holiday pursuits soaking in all the season has to offer, young Charlie Riverton is restless. His good-natured, twelve-year-old heart is especially sympathetic for the lonely. In particular, he can’t stand the thought that anyone in Briarcliff might be alone on Christmas day.
As Charlie and his sixth-grade group of buddies ramble through their daily range of pre-teen hijinks, he befriends a mysterious and curiously gifted newcomer in town. Together, the two set out to craft a God-honoring Christmas gift that will touch hearts all over town. Along the way, lives are changed and people begin to look at Christmas a little differently.
Come spend this Christmas with a warm and unforgettable ensemble of characters in this feel-good, coming of age story set in small-town America during the early 1970s.
Aaron, the High Priest of the Hebrews’ was fitted with a breastplate created from twelve magnificent stones. These gems connect to our Birthstones. The spiritual meaning of these stones, and their colors, hold an insight to your aspirations and believing in all God has in store for you
What does your birth month reveal?
Bonus; Flowers and meanings.
Life After Heartbreak: 13 inspiring examples to encourage and inspire you.
Simply Amazing Women continues celebrity radio host K. C. Armstrong’s theme of human resiliency. Each of his 13 interviews showcases a woman who courageously faced severe challenges and ultimately used the experience for the benefit of others. It’s not just about being a survivor; it’s about surviving to ease the path of people facing their own life challenges: addiction, discrimination, poverty, violence, and more. You will see yourself in these women and relate to their qualities of self-preservation and empowerment.
From the poorly educated Maasai girl who grew up in a patriarchal society and became an international advocate of human rights, to the woman who survived cult abuse to work with suicide survivors and their families, all the women featured in Simply Amazing Women inspire the reader with hope and encouragement. Each story, plus that of Armstrong himself, will vie for the top place in each reader’s heart.
Armstrong (formerly of the Howard Stern Show) uses his own background of self-destruction and poor choices to weave together excerpts of aired interviews taken from his WMAP Radio station. The diverse chapters and Armstrong’s commentary offer examples of hope, compassion and forgiveness. Armstrong himself has turned his life around and has dedicated his remaining years to encouraging others to make whatever adjustments are necessary to obtain their own redemption, understanding, and inner peace. The upbeat message is one of belief in one’s own power to handle whatever life brings-with dignity and resolve.
Following his best-seller Simply Amazing, Special Author’s Edition (2019) Simply Amazing Women is published to celebrate and honor our mothers and grandmothers: women of strength, passion, and wisdom. It is an upbeat and inspirational reminder of the power and goodness within each of us.
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Reads Like A Modern-Day Teaching Of The Book Of James!
You’re Either Walking delivers a singular blessing rarely found in similar books: a combination of material that is both scholarly and practical.
Engaging and Applicable
Remarkably Practical and Theological
Thoughtful Study Questions Throughout
In You’re Either Walking, the author carefully and pastorally explains and applies each verse of what is arguably the most action-packed, imperative-filled letter of the New Testament!
Unlike typical commentaries written in the rigid style of academia, Your’e Either Walking weaves faithful, verse-by-verse treatment with engaging narrative, producing a book that is at once trustworthy and refreshing.
Containing helpful headings throughout twenty-four chapters, readers will enjoy a consistent pattern of explanation, illustration, and application of the entire text of James.
Each chapter concludes with a helpful “What About You?” section containing questions for further reflection and action.
Use in small group settings or individual study. Great for pastors, teachers, and any person interested in a faithful study of the Book of James!
Eleanor Petersen’s life shatters when her mother falls on the ice outside her Wisconsin farmhouse. In the process of settling her mother’s estate and sorting loose ends, Eleanor discovers the joy her mother brought to her little town. Despite her spiritual doubts, Eleanor forms an instant bond with a widowed Lutheran pastor. And she uncovers a secret that upends her view of her parents … and of herself.
Joseph, a master craftsman and carpenter, stokes the ire of his family when he weds his pregnant (and seemingly unfaithful) betrothed, Mary. Pious, devout, and guided by the dictates of Heaven, Joseph has no issue with taking Mary – who still claims to be a virgin – as his wife and committing himself to the protection of her child, whom he senses is extraordinary.
However, there are others who are also aware of how special the child is, and not all have its best interests at heart. Among these is the despot Herod, whose oppressive rule and wanton cruelty are legendary. Deeply troubled by a prophecy concerning a King to Come, the tyrant is committed to finding – and eliminating – this threat to his reign. (And, having already murdered members of his own family in order to maintain power, Herod has no qualms about killing a baby.) In addition, there are forces beyond the ken of men that also recognize the singular nature of Mary’s child, and which are determined to keep the salvation that the babe represents out of mankind’s reach.
All of these factions and more converge on Mary and Joseph as they trek from Nazareth to Bethlehem in hopes of starting a new life. On a journey fraught with peril, Joseph fights to protect Mary and her unborn child from danger on all sides, including the elements, bandits, and Herod’s legions – as well as an utterly evil and otherworldly demonic force determined to stamp out mankind’s only hope of redemption.
Armed with little more than his wits, his faith, and his carpenter’s hammer, Joseph must face impossible odds to ensure the safety and survival of not only his family, but mankind’s future…