Nothing is Impossible

Author: Joginder Singh

Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 8128830341

Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

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Determine what you want and then be willing to pay for it. You have to establish your priorities and then go to work. It is a strange thing about life, that if you refuse, to accept anything, other than the best, the life will give it to you. The whole world makes way for the man, or a woman, who knows where he is going. It is for you to decide, whether you can or cannot. Either way, you arc right. Sri Joginder Singh is the former Director of CBI. Hailing from a poor farmer's family, he scaled the pinnacles of success through sheer motivation and hard work. He is a multi-faceted personality. "Winning ways", "For a better tomorrow", "Success Mantra", "How to excel when chips are down" and "Turn Your Creative Spark into A Flame" are some of the popular books to his credit.

Splash

Author: Maggie Bruehl

Publisher: WestBowPress

ISBN: 1449788726

Category: Poetry

Page: 132

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Splash: Capturing Moments in Time has been fun for me to read. I love how Maggie takes everyday experiences, gleans deeper meaning and expresses it in beautiful words. My favorite is “Shoes.” Take the time to read through this treasure and find your favorite. --- Judy Douglass, Cru writer, speaker and encourager "In Splash, Maggie Bruehl completes a labor of love and invites us to wander through word pictures and powerful personal moments. Her poems flow from Scripture, family, friends, and cancer in this open and beautiful collection of poems." —Robert W. Kimsey, Blue Ridge Poets and Writers; author of Air Swimmer "Our family has had its own struggles with suffering, so I connect with Maggie's journey of faith. As she expresses my own thoughts and feelings in her poetry, she inspires me to articulate for myself new ways of thinking about my journey and that of my family. I especially loved 'Sand In My Shoes.'" —Karon Morton, VP InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA Capturing time through poetry, Maggie Bruehl invites you to come with her through reflections from the Bible and everyday life, where things as simple as cleaning silver or being stranded on the side of the road evoke poems. Life is reflected in relationships, and with distinct candor, Maggie exposes her own failures, inspiration, and joy. Life also contains suffering. An incurable form of cancer has forced Maggie to face fears of death and live each day fully. Splash: Captured Moments in Time invites you on a journey, reconnecting with your own most personal, inspiring and lasting moments.

God Whispers

Author: Nancy Wheeler

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1640791019

Category: Poetry

Page: 80

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Have you ever been so busy doing ministry that you didn't take time to seek God's guidance? We often think we know what God wants us to do, so we go ahead with our own agenda. Reading this book will help you take time to meditate and consider what God wants for your life. The devotionals, scriptures, and poetry will suggest the importance of making the choice to listen to God, even in a whisper. May you become inspired to share your own walk with the Lord, with those around you, as you listen when God whispers.

"Mek Some Noise"

Author: Timothy Rommen,Associate Professor of Music Timothy Rommen

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520250673

Category: Music

Page: 217

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Psalms for the Anxious Heart

Author: Becky Harling

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 0802499651

Category: Religion

Page: 144

View: 4512


Find Daily Peace in a World of Chaos The unpredictable, unprecedented repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic have upset nearly every facet of life. For many, the hope of returning to “normal” has slowly given way to fear of the unknown. To cling to what’s certain in a time of uncertainty, to find peace when anxiety abounds, look to the Psalms. Psalms for the Anxious Heart is a short, daily devotional that offers meditations of truth and peace. Each devotion includes a reading of a Psalm, a brief teaching on the passage, a salient truth to cling to, and a suggested song to guide further meditation. Enter the Psalms and find relief and hope for your anxious heart in these trying times.

Barry Bear's Very Best, Learning to Say No to Negative Influences

Author: Florenza D. Lee

Publisher: Words to Ponder Publishing Company, LLC

ISBN: 1941328504

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 34

View: 8984


Being a well-behaved child and kind and compassionate adult is tested time and time again in our lives. Books can help support children in choosing good ways of behaving and being. Florenza Denise Lee has written a powerful children’s book to do just that in Barry Bear’s Very Best: Learning to Say No to Negative Influences. Beautifully illustrated by Michelle Wynn, this full-color book is the story of a young bear who chooses to be helpful and do his “very best.” Yet, he’s confronted by a group of new young bears who make negative choices. Barry has to make difficult decisions. Will he let the appropriate adults know? Will he choose to continue on a more positive path? Purchase this amazing book to learn the answers to this question.

What Made You Do It

Author: Kirti Aggarwal

Publisher: Spectrum Of Thoughts

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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"Cause and Effect" These two words genuinely sum up the actions taken in the process of life In this post humanist world, that already believes that the life of a person is dependent on the outward agents like like fate , luck and supposedly God, still a humanist thought lurks that Man is the maker of his fate- that he can achieve and do things if he makes up his mind. And in this "doing" are involved the factors of ''Cause and Effect". There is always a reason and outcome of his actions. When William Wordsworth was asked, "what made you write poetry?", He had given the world one of the most famous definitions of poetry- "A Spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings, it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility" As such, our brilliant authors too have answers that they have projected into stories and poems to deal with this age-old question- "What made you do it?"

A View From the Pew

Author: Steven Johnson

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 164028477X

Category: Religion

Page: 282

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A View from the Pew is a compilation of Bible mysteries that the author was compelled to research and interpret himself, with the aid of the Holy Spirit, due to his mistrust in individual church doctrines, personalities, and their misguided Bible interpretations. The reader will discover everything the Bible really says about the tribulation, what truly was the thorn that tormented Paul, the true name of God, the exact location of the kingdom of God, and many other topics not normally discussed in church. A View from the Pew comprises over forty individual Bible topic studies written by a Spirit-filled recovered alcoholic and drug addict with thirty-two years of sobriety. After reading A View from the Pew and applying the principles held within, it is the sincere hope of the author that you find the power within yourself that he found, which allowed him to walk away from cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol. The author was forced into early retirement and was told he had three to five years to live in 2003. Thirteen years later after two strokes, two heart attacks, and then being diagnosed with diabetes, Steven has found a useable power that heals, guides, and protects his life to this very day. A View from the Pew is written from the skeptical viewpoint of a member of the congregation and not a seminary student or doctor of theology. To the author, it is not true unless you can show him Bible and verse. Your burning questions about prophecy (does God test man, and is America found in the Bible?) will be shown to you in A View from a Pew.

Possibility and Actuality

Author: Nicolai Hartmann

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110246686

Category: Philosophy

Page: 524

View: 7704


Nicolai Hartmann's Possibility and Actuality is the second volume of a four-part investigation of ontology. It deals with such questions as: How do we know that something is really possible? Is the possible only the actual? Is the actual only the possible? What is the difference between ideal and real possibility? This groundbreaking work of modal analysis describes the logical relations between possibility, actuality, and necessity, and it provides insight into the relations between modes of knowledge and modes of being. Hartmann reviews the history of philosophical concepts of possibility and necessity, from ancient Megarian philosophy to Aristotle, to Medieval Scholasticism, to Leibniz, Kant, and Hegel. He explains the importance of modal analysis as a basic investigative tool, and he proposes an approach to understanding the nature of human existence that unifies the fields of ontology, modal logic, metaphysics, and epistemology. This brilliant and fascinating work is relevant to many topics of debate in contemporary philosophy, including the ontology of possible worlds, the metaphysics of modality, the logic of counterfactual conditionals, and modal epistemology. It illuminates the nature of real, ideal, logical, and epistemic possibility.