The Hem of His Garment

The Hem of His Garment

Author: John D. Garr

Publisher: Golden Key Press

ISBN: 9780979451409

Category: Religion

Page: 160

View: 688

Throughout his lifetime, Jesus was a Torah-observant Jew. He lived as a Jew, he worshipped as a Jew, and he dressed and groomed himself as a Jew. The very garments Jesus wore confirmed his Jewishness to all those who saw him. Failure to comprehend these simple biblical facts has robbed millions of Christians of spiritually enriching insight. They have missed the true picture of the Messiah because they have overlooked the details clearly present in the Apostolic Scriptures. Restoring the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith is vital in this time when the Holy Spirit is leading believers back to long-neglected truth. Your life will be enriched as you understand the Jewish Jesus in his scriptural, historical, and cultural context. The Hem of His Garment presents these vivid images of the rich Hebraic tradition of the life and ministry of Jesus: A Mark of Remembrance; God Is With You; The Blessing Covering; A Garment of Light; A Prayer Closet; Healing Wings.

My Name Is Karma: Journey to the Truth

My Name Is Karma: Journey to the Truth

Author: N. A. Cash

Publisher: Duho Books

ISBN: 9780999491904


Page: 278

View: 386

In the wake of Karma's discovery of her gifts and the traumatic events that led to the loss of and reconnection with family members, Karma goes on a journey to discover the truth behind her mysterious powers and, more importantly, behind the man who sought to destroy her and everything she loves. This voyage pulls her further from her life of normalcy and portends intense joys and sorrows, leading her, once again, to question whether she will use her gifts for the good of all…or for a more sinister purpose...

Women Challenge The Lie

Women Challenge The Lie

Author: Regina Sara Ryan

Publisher: SCB Distributors

ISBN: 9781942493310

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

View: 493

This book invites women of all ages into a conversation that challenges the pervasive lie of “never good enough.” This common subtext of modern life undermines a woman’s appreciation of her own inherent beauty and goodness. The authors recommend 8 Radical Moves that women can make, alone or ideally in the good company of other women, to take on this challenge, to deepen this conversation. The Moves are radical because they aim directly at the center of a woman’s being, the inner space of her true nature, her basic goodness, rather than because they require any extreme actions. Nonetheless, the conviction that “never good enough” is a lie requires more than lip service. The authors guide readers in identifying the courage, strength and love they already possess, but habitually deny, to embrace and live by this conviction of self respect, day to day in mind, body and heart. They further encourage women to make this stand with and in the presence of other women to increase everybody’s likelihood for success. Regina Sara Ryan, author of numerous books in wellness, women’s studies and spirituality (Wellness Workbook; Woman Awake; Igniting the Inner Life) is an elder in her seventies. Shinay Tredeau, a yoga teacher, lifestyle coach, dancer and emerging writer is a “millennial” in her twenties. Together, they bring to this warm and personal treatment a synergy of years of experience in contemplative spiritual practice and dynamic body discipline. Their message is addressed to their sisters, mothers, friends and students, of all ages; to any who suffer from the dis-ease of self-hatred in some form. Each of the 8 Radical Moves provides a slightly different access to clearer self-understanding, leading to self-compassion. For some, the Move to “Inhabit Your Body” will be key to claiming (or reclaiming) a more loving relationship with themselves. For others, the Move called “Learn to Fly” will be just the encouragement needed to refine a spiritual search. Other topics include: • the danger of comparisons with other women • the need to face dark emotions, with compassion • the power of friendship in the quest for self-acceptance • the use of journal writing to articulate developing truth • gratitude as a way of life. This straightforward and challenging narrative is filled with dozens of personal stories, making it ideal for women’s groups and book clubs to study and practice.

Blood Truth

Blood Truth

Author: J.R. Ward

Publisher: Pocket Books

ISBN: 9781982132095

Category: Fiction

Page: 528

View: 892

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the “utterly absorbing” (Angela Knight, New York Times bestselling author) Black Dagger Brotherhood series and The Savior brings you the next sizzling and passionate paranormal romance in the Black Dagger Legacy series. As a trainee in the Black Dagger Brotherhood’s program, Boone has triumphed as a soldier and now fights side by side with the Brothers. Following his sire’s unexpected death, he is taken off rotation against his protests—and finds himself working with a former homicide cop to catch a serial killer: Someone is targeting females of the species at a live action role play club. When the Brotherhood is called in to help, Boone insists on being part of the effort—and the last thing he expects to meet is an enticing, mysterious female...who changes his life forever. Ever since her sister was murdered at the club, Helaine has been committed to finding her killer, no matter the danger she faces. When she crosses paths with Boone, she doesn’t know whether to trust him—and then she has no choice. As she herself becomes a target, and someone close to the Brotherhood is identified as the prime suspect, the two must work together to solve the mystery...before it’s too late. Will a madman come between the lovers, or will true love and goodness triumph over a very mortal evil?

The Nature of Truth

The Nature of Truth

Author: Maria Jose Frapolli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400744646

Category: Philosophy

Page: 158

View: 346

The book offers a characterization of the meaning and role of the notion of truth in natural languages and an explanation of why, in spite of the big amount of proposals about truth, this task has proved to be resistant to the different analyses. The general thesis of the book is that defining truth is perfectly possible and that the average educated philosopher of language has the tools to do it. The book offers an updated treatment of the meaning of truth ascriptions from taking into account the latest views in philosophy of language and linguistics.

How to Hear the Voice of God

How to Hear the Voice of God

Author: Susan Shumsky

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 9781601630100

Category: Religion

Page: 193

View: 761

Provides methods for learning how to listen to one's inner voice via meditation, releasing blockage, distinguishing divine voices, and developing a personal plan for spiritual fulfillment, in a volume accompanied by a CD containing special guided meditation techniques. Original.

Rachel and Aleks

Rachel and Aleks

Author: Sylvia Smoller

Publisher: Sylvia Smoller

ISBN: 9780595417278

Category: Fiction

Page: 223

View: 552

Before Hitler's rise to power, Rachel Jonish, a beautiful and spirited young woman living in a small village in Poland marries Aleks Mischler, a political journalist who becomes a government official. They live a full and contented life in Warsaw, despite the ominous political currents swirling about them. When the increasingly anti- Semitic government dismisses Aleks, it is the first of many changes that will alter the course of their relationship and their lives. During a visit to London in 1939, Rachel meets Roman, a ruthless, rough, and rich businessman.With war imminent, she breaks off their affair and rushes back to Poland. In the midst of the bombing of Warsaw, Rachel and Aleks flee the approaching Nazi invasion in a harrowing journey that takes them to Russia, Japan, and finally to America. There, in the time of air-raid sirens, rationing, and Roosevelt's fireside chats, Rachel thrives after starting her own business while Aleks founders in unsuccessful ventures.When Roman reenters her life, Rachel's personal conflict is intertwined with the fate of the sister she left behind. Consumed by her opposing desires-to be independent yet be taken care of by a man-Rachel must choose between her husband and her lover, each of whom holds a vital piece of her heart.

Seeds of Silence

Seeds of Silence

Author: R. Melvin Keiser

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781789045505

Category: Religion

Page: 320

View: 700

R. Melvin Keiser delves into the depths of Quaker spirituality and their philosophy, showing us that we require silence to unlock our relationship with God. Seeds of Silence: Essays in Quaker Spirituality and Philosophical Theology questions the modern world's addiction to distractions and instant gratification, and leads us toward a semi-forgotten Christian tradition of contemplative thinking.

Tell the Truth

Tell the Truth

Author: Will Metzger

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830837830

Category: Religion

Page: 305

View: 238

In this revised fourth edition of his classic evangelistic work, Will Metzger calls for a rehabilitation of the truth framework necessary for the survival of the Christian message. Metzger's passionate and pragmatic approach provides direction for a new generation of evangelists eager to communicate the whole gospel.