William Shakespeare wrote the most profound question of all... "To Be, or Not To Be?" This is the sub-theme of this book, which is written from nearly forty years of vision and revelation, which led the author to find the answer that lies "beyond the shadow of a doubt" in our mind, where there is no question, only knowing. It is intended to be a 'little light' reading, that will encourage and inspire the reader to seek out the undiscovered realm that lies beyond their wildest imagination, to discover the Image-Nation of Eternal Love, the Kingdom of God.
Prosper is a book written to Christians to show them they have the right to prosper in Christ. It helps the Christian remove every barrier or preconceived mindset concerning prosperity and makes him convinced beyond the shadow of doubt that prosperity is his/her right in Christ. Only a mind that is certain on what the will of God concerning prosperity can function in it, the reading of this book will leave you with no doubt that as a Christian you are meant to live in abundance.
You get from life what you have prepared to receive. A truly incredible life awaits you if you choose to prepare for it. You can vanquish stress, worry, fear, insecurity, depression, anxiety, sadness, pessimism, and hopelessness. You can fill your life with happiness, peace, confidence, optimism, hope, love, and contentment. You can experience success every day, be inspired and motivated by your accomplishments, and consistently advance towards your goals and dreams.
My book is about a mum who isn't very good in the kitchen. In all honesty, I guess I modeled this mum on myself. I've never been particularly good in the kitchen and have often set off the smoke alarm or served things to my family for dinner that our dogs wouldn't even touch. In the story her daughter, Ruby, finds a picture of the perfect birthday cake to take to school. Once again, this event was modeled on real life. I wonder if any other mums out there curse those 'Women's Day' birthday cake cook books.
A young priest's life spirals out of control when long-submerged memories of childhood abuse begin to surface. He seeks solace in a friendship with a beautiful seventeen-year-old-choir girl but this leads to a doomed love affair that ends in disaster. Fallen Men touches on some dark themes but it is ultimately a novel of redemption. It has won the Amazon IDB Award in January, 2013.
This is a non-fiction work of a highly controversial nature, though not sensationalist. The content is researched and written by a credentialed biblical scholar, the arguments presented are based on historical facts, archeological discoveries, ancient texts and iconography. The Final Deception explains no evidence exists of a Hebrew or Israelite presence in ancient Egypt because the Old Testament is the history of the Hyksos people, who traveled west from Sumer and co-opted the Hebrew identity and named themselves "Israel."
1880. On a broad river deep in the heart of South America, a flotilla of paddle steamers thrashes slowly upstream. Laden with troops, horses and artillery, intent on conquest and revenge. Ahead lies a commercial empire that was wrested from a British consortium in a bloody revolution. Now the investors are determined to recoup their losses and are funding a vicious war to do so. Nicholas Dawlish, an ambitious British naval officer, is playing a leading role in the expedition. But as brutal land and river battles mark its progress upriver, and as both sides inflict and endure ever greater suffering, stalemate threatens.
Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan is sorely stretched when a number of high profile figures in Belfast are brutally murdered. The bodies are left naked and oddly distorted. No clues are left at the forensically immaculate crime scenes except seemingly pointless theatrical props and some random numbers and letters. Sheehan is baffled. How are the victims linked? What message is the murderer trying to send via the vaguely religious symbolism of the killings? Faced with one of the most complex cases of his career, the Chief Inspector turns to an eminent Professor of Psychology at Queen’s University and a senior cleric who is a biblical expert. With their help, he begins to piece together some understanding of the killer’s psychopathy but can he learn enough to identify the killer and put an end the murders?
In his book, Parables of a Rancher’s Life, Frank W. Jones compiles a collection of short stories over a period of 14 years. These stories are the definition of the word “Parable”. In His days Jesus Christ used parables to teach his disciples important biblical principles. Jones uses his experience as a rancher and a minister to deliver these stories in a manner that is easy to understand and fun to read. This book will certainly bless your life.
Abraham Lincoln tells his own coming-of-age story The way he saw himself. He's inescapably human: nerdy, eccentric, awkward, rustic, vulnerable, depressed, sly, witty, brilliant, driven. Lincoln Raw—a biographical novel proves that our values, not our circumstances, determine who we become—no matter what raw materials we’re made of or what mistakes we make along our journeys. But, it's not the story we learned in school. It's an intimate, human story that explores the roots of the passions that redefined America.