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Life Without Limits

By Nick Vujicic
  • ISBN Code: : 0307589757
  • Publisher : WaterBrook
  • Pages : 288
  • Category : Self-Help
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ECPA BESTSELLER—Over one million copies sold! • What Would Your Life be Like if Anything Were Possible? Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disabilities to live an independent, rich, fulfilling, and “ridiculously good” life while serving as a role model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, Nick eagerly spreads his message: the most important goal is to find your life’s purpose and to never give up, despite whatever difficulties or seemingly impossible odds stand in your way. Nick tells the story of his physical disabilities and the emotional battle he endured while learning to deal with them as a child, teen, and young adult. “For the longest, loneliest time, I wondered if there was anyone on earth like me, and whether there was any purpose to my life other than pain and humiliation.” Nick shares how his faith in God has been his major source of strength, and he explains that once he found a sense of purpose—inspiring others to better their lives and the world around them--he found the confidence to build a rewarding and productive life without limits. Let Nick inspire you to start living your own life without limits. Nick offers practical advice for realizing a life of fulfillment and happiness by building trust in others, developing supportive relationships, and gaining strength for the journey. He encourages the reader by showing how he learned to accept what he could not control and focus instead on what he could. Includes a Life Without Limits Personal Action Plan to help anyone determine their unique path to a successful life.

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The book is about the varied incidents that Roma has experienced in over her eighty-five years. Roma came from somewhat straightened beginnings. Her father was a gold miner, only returning to his home many kilometers away in another state once or twice a year. Roma was an intelligent child who loved all creatures large and small—and sometimes a little too well. Her education was a double major at her university in medicine and geology, but family circumstances caused her to have to choose between them partway through her studies. She was the youngest and first female geologist appointed to the government mines section and was sent all over Australia prospecting and examining mining areas. Her adventures along the way make for very amusing and interesting reading. It clearly shows her sense of the ridiculous and also the unexplained in this country. Her downtime between contracts allowed her to do research on a great many science subjects, many of which she gained diplomas from.

How to Live Life and Love it

By Genevieve Behrend
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  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Book Code : 1625588615
  • Total of Pages : 98
  • Category : Self-Help
  • Members : 669
  • Pdf File: how-to-live-life-and-love-it.pdf

Book Short Summary:

The purpose of this series of personal-pointer Lessons, which are herein compiled into one volume, is to indicate in a clear, concise way "the natural principles governing the relation between the creative action of all thought-power and material things," i.e., circumstances and conditions. If these few simple principles are carefully studied, mastered to your satisfaction, and then put into practical, hourly application, the student will find very soon that it is possible To Live Life and Love It!

Escape from the California Cult

By Robbie Hift
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  • Publisher : BookRix
  • Book Code : 3748737610
  • Total of Pages : 154
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 551
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Book Short Summary:

A young man travels to California and he gets caught up in the Hare Krishna organization. This is a fascinating insight into one of the popular cults in America that has attracted thousands of young Americans. He joins up as a shaved up devotee and gets caught up in this strange religion for three years. The story is set in colourful San Diego where he sells old motor cars to make a living. The youngster comes to his senses when he falls in love with a beautiful, devout Christian lady. She warns him that he is involved in false idol worship and they become involved in a stormy love affair which explodes because of the sharp contrast in their religious beliefs. On a surfing trip to Hawaii, the young man comes to know Jesus Christ from a chance meeting in a revival tent at Waimea Bay Falls, and his life changes forever.

Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology

By Patrick D. Miller
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  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Book Code : 0567649741
  • Total of Pages : 716
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 318
  • Pdf File: israelite-religion-and-biblical-theology.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This is a formidable collection of previously published essays by this distinguished Old Testament scholar. Three significant areas of biblical studies have been a focus of the author's attention throughout his career: the Bible in its ancient Near Eastern world, the Psalms, and Old Testament theology. In Part I, epigraphic discoveries are examined for the light they shed on biblical texts. In Part II, special attention is given to the theological significance of reading the Psalms as a collection. In Part III, a wide range of theological issues-creation, covenant, prayer, cosmology, canon, and especially the nature and character of God-are taken up in various essays that suggest how biblical theology can contribute to the larger theological enterprise.

Meditations on Life and Living...Born out of Love for God

By Wesley J. Malcolm,Elois Wilform-Malcolm
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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Book Code : 1491844329
  • Total of Pages : 317
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 967
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Book Short Summary:

Meditations on Life and LivingBorn Out of Love for God are basic but simple testimonials in story format with Scripture as the catalyst and theme for their birth. How many times have you sat alone somewhere just reflecting on the simplicity of lifehow blessed you are, from where you came compared to where you are now. Author, Elois Wilform-Malcolm, brings these everyday things to life. It will seem as though you are right there by her side, witnessing what she does in her own mind, seeing, feeling, understanding her point of view as she correlates biblical Scriptures into her reflections and how your understanding of Scripture can be a driving force for you own life. Meditations on Life and LivingBorn Out of Love for God will allow you to relive your past, reflect on the glory of your present and marvel at your future when you realize the joy, happiness, contentment and peace of mind you attain through a life with God. You will see where you were before salvation, understand who you are in your salvation and strive to be even better through salvation. You will see how Scriptures are being brought to light through everyday life situations. Wait till you read catchy titles such as: Throw Down Your Rocks, The Fragrance of Christ, or Wake Up Everybody. You will find excitement in the directions each testimonial meditation will take you. Reading these meditation will bring about purpose for studying the Bible, which is not to know the Bible but to know God. The Bible is not a book of rules but a book of principles which are clearly and simply brought out through these meditations. We get to know God through His Word, His spirit, our experiences and through prayer. May you be blessed!!