Is God faithful only to those Christians who seem to never make mistakes? Or is God's faithfulness so deep, so far-reaching, so unfathomable that it extends especially to those who are least deserving of it? Well-known pastor and author Ray Pritchard leads readers to an awesome God who is faithful to those who are... defeated fearful dying tempted disobedient This perfect gift for those in need of encouragement demonstrates how God's faithfulness will finish His work in each believer and reach every generation, giving hope not only for the present but also for the future. Formerly titled The God You Can Trust
The struggle for control and dominance among men and women is present in almost every relationship in the United States and is spreading fast throughout other free countries around the world. Control and dominance has taken the place of honor and respect. This book is filled with many different facts, examples, opinions, and truths, along with plenty of humor that will keep the readers interest. Although this book has been written from the point of view of a man, I believe the reader will find the author is equally critical of both genders, and possibly just a little more critical of the emotional weaknesses expressed from his own gender: the male race. This book is also provocative, offensive, and very controversial, but if read with an open mind, I do believe the reader will enjoy the contents pertaining to these stories about the many foolish things men and women will do for love. Countless songs, books, and movies have been made from this subject. Love is the most powerful force of energy ever known to mankind. It has been said, "The truth isn't always kind," and that sometimes "the truth cuts like a knife," but regardless of the offense, the truth is what it is, true! In the contents of this book, you will also find the unveiled exposure of candid information from the minds of men. The view of a male for a woman will never be the same. Men and women both need to take a step back from this big circle of confusion, and take a long hard look into that boiling hot cauldron of emotions that we call love, and see just how foolish women and men really are when it comes to the four letter word that we call L-O-V-E.
I have always believed that we ask the wrong question when something bad happens to us. Why did this happen to me? Sorry, we can’t ask this question of destiny, and also our minds can’t answer this question because our minds aren’t prescient. But if we exchange “why” with “how can I overcome what happened to me,” you can be sure that you are in the right way.
English/Spanish It's time that men get it in their heads that they just can't go around raping women to satisfy their sexual needs. A woman should be respected even if she goes around half-naked, or naked for that matter... Es tiempo que hombres obtengan en sus cabezas que ellos no pueden andar alrededor violando mujeres para satisfacer sus necesidades sexuales. Una mujer debe ser respetada incluso si ella anda caminado alrededor media desnuda..
Why Did This Happen? is about two young people who fall in love. Mark follows the teachings of the Watch Tower Society, while Lisa was raised in the Baptist Church. Marks goal is to pull Lisa away from her faith so that he can marry her. Their relationship causes many concerns for both of their parents. Marks parents are devout Jehovahs Witnesses, and Lisas parents are deacons in a Baptist church. Mark has to make a decision that will not only affect his life but his familys as well. Troubled by a situation that arises, Mark begins questioning God, Why did this happen?
Around 18 million young Chinese people were sent to the countryside between 1966 and 1976 as part of the Cultural Revolution. Mao's Children in the New China allows some of them to tell their moving stories in their own voices for the first time. In this inspiring collection of interviews with former Red Guards, members of the first generation to be born under Chairman Mao talk frankly about the dramatic changes which have occurred in China over the last two decades. In discussing the impact these changes have had on their own lives, the former revolutionaries give a direct insight into how ex-Maoists view contemporary China, revealing an attitude perhaps more critical than that of most Western commentators. These poignant memoirs tell the very personal stories of how people from all walks of life were affected by both the cultural revolution and Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms. They cover subjects as diverse as marriage and divorce, the privatization of industry, family relationships, universities and the stock market. Mao's Children in the New China is essential reading for all those interested in learning more about the personal and social history of modern China.
When tragedy strikes people have a tendency to blame God and question everything they thought they knew from the word of God. Whether it's the death of a loved one, divorce, a failed business, or any other tragedy, many people get stuck in life when faced with tragedy. What they have trusted in for years did not seem to work, and it appears that God failed them. In this powerful book Bob Yandian examines the eight things David did to recover from the death of his newborn son. If you have experienced tragedy you stand in a long line with men and women of the Bible, who like David, had to make a decision to continue moving with God, despite times of uncertainty. Why Did This Happen explores what our response should be during times when we don't understand, our prayers are unanswered, and God seems silent.
In this moving book, two skilled oral historians collect the words of Americans who have been victims of political repression in their own country. Disturbing and provocative, It Did Happen Here is must-reading for everyone who cares about protecting the rights and liberties upon which this country has been built.
What happens when you finally perceive that your best friend means the world to you only to realise that you have lost him? When the world around crumbles like a pack of cards and you are left standing amidst the shackles trying to protect your loved one. The story revolves around Scarlett, fiery and aggressive and Daniel, calm as the deep blue ocean, who happen to meet in Oxford. What does the future hold in store for them? Do they ever unite in love or does love take its own strange course?
It Could Never Happen but It Did By: Edward Watkins “Dear Edward, dear friend, you are undoubtedly a storyteller of unequaled memory! I was fascinated by your remembrance of 90+ years ago. You wrote over 100+ pages of your life you obviously enjoyed. I thank you for sharing your book. It’s awesome.” -Charlene Dawson, writer and journalist “Edward, dear! What a fantastic tale you weave! Your memories and book style captivated my whole being. I had thought I would merely peruse the hundred and twenty pages and just say a little white lie that I had read the whole thing. But, no, I could not quit until I read it all. I believe your book should appeal to those who lived in that era and those who are interested in how life ‘was’ in the olden/golden days.” -Charline Gajdos, lifelong secretary and world traveler “Watkins is the best salesman since St. Paul. [He] shows that faith can move mountains.” -John Dudley, Scout Master of California “Dear Edward, this was an amazing autobiography. Your memory for the details is extraordinary and the recounting of your childhood, flying career, sales career, and golfing experiences is amazing. Thank you for the opportunity to read it.” -Sally and Basil Binckley This is the story about Edward Watkins’s life from his birth to his forty-third birthday. It covers his childhood and his working eight hours a night as an apprentice machinist while in high school. It’s about how he became a Naval Aviator in 1943. He was discharged February 2, 1946, and proceeded to get a college education. He started selling books part-time and found out that he could make more money as an encyclopedia salesman than he could as an engineer. Watkins returned to service for the Korean War October 31, 1952, and was discharged on March 3, 1954. Then Watkins went back to bookselling where he became the regional VP for Collier’s of New England area. He eventually quit that position because his wife could not stand Eastern ragweed and returned to California. He became interested in cosmetics and acquired a dealership in Holiday Magic in 1968. Watkin’s wife divorced him and remarried her first husband on September 7, 1968. Watkin’s called her three months later and she was unhappy. He told her to return home. She canceled her marriage and she and Watkins were remarried February 27, 1969. It could never happen, but it did.