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|Author||: Alexis York Lumbard|
|Editor||: World Wisdom, Inc|
"Christians, Jews, and Muslims all pray. So do Hindus and Buddhists. Many others pray too.” So begins Everyone Prays, a bright and colorful concept book celebrating the diverse ways that people pray. In a vibrant yet accessible manner, young readers are transported on a visual tour across the globe. They will discover the Native American sun dance ceremony, visit the sacred sites in Jerusalem, behold the Shinto shrines in Japan, watch Maasai dances in Kenya, see pilgrimages to the river Ganges in India, and much, much more. With an appendix to help answer questions children might have, Everyone Prays offers young hearts and minds a chance to learn that although people from other places and cultures may seem different, we all share the diverse world of faith and prayer. And what a bright and beautiful world it is!
|Author||: K B Napier|
Every Christian claims to pray. Every pastor tells the congregation that prayer meetings are the 'hub' of local church life. It is the view of the author, after decades as a Christian and pastor, that few Christians understand what prayer is and even fewer do not realise that prayer meetings as we have them today have no sure basis in biblical reality. Indeed, it is the author's researched view that prayer meetings are invalid. We must all test the spirits... the book challenges Christians to do just this by setting church traditions aside and seeing what God really says. Are you truly a faithful believer, or not?
|Author||: Thejendra Sreenivas|
|Editor||: Thejendra Sreenivas|
Have you ever blamed or criticized God for something bad that happened to you? Do you feel like confronting and taking Him to task for all the rubbish that's happening around you? Are you baffled by the collective silence of our benevolent gods from all the rival religions? If yes, then don’t waste time seeking answers from any Religious Experts, Enlightened Professors, Top Economists, Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer Prize Winners, Eloquent Politicians, or by reading their superb bestsellers. All the answers you need are available right here in this awesome book. Enlighten yourself with the Technical, Political, and Business justifications of our Creator for the existence of saints, savages, atheists, wars, diseases, religious headaches, corruption, natural calamities, business failures, media maniacs, ethnic cleansing, recessions, silent gods, terrorism, racism, crime, politics, lies, and 1001 other problems you see worldwide daily. Become a Buddha and discover the mysterious secret behind his supreme serenity. Never blame poor God again!!!
|Author||: Roger Philip Abbott|
|Editor||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
According to the Bible, the God of Christianity has a reputation for answering prayer. However, many Christians have been sometimes severely tempted to think they have been sold short as they have found themselves in some crisis and have cried out to God in all sincerity, and found that he has been "out." From years of pastoral experience in addressing crises, and after having to face crises in his own experience, Roger Abbott attempts to help Christians who are struggling with what seem to be very real instances of God not answering their heartfelt prayers. There are many books about prayer, but there are not many that attempt to face the huge struggles with prayer that pray-ers can face. This book, while refusing to shirk those struggles and the debilitating emotional impact they can have, also attempts to navigate those emotional struggles with the use of a practical theology. Some Christians think, other Christians pray. Hello? Is Anyone There? combines a passion for thoughtful theology and a passion for prayer, out of a passion for a relationship with God in Christ.
|Author||: Kevin Johnson|
|Editor||: Bethany House|
This first-of-its-kind Bible combines the full text of GOD'S WORD Translation with more than 4,500 prayers to pray alongside the Scriptures that inspired them.
|Author||: Mark Holmes|
Why The Jailbird prays is an inspirational, humorous, heart touching and evangelistic tool reading, which takes the reader outside looking in behind prison walls and jail cells to get an idea of what jail life is like and understanding an inmates way of living. This book will take you into the minds of the inmate while educating you and giving you an inmate's point of view, life story and testimony. This reading will empower, educate, encourage, enlighten and enhance ou individually. You will find humor in this book that will amuse you; however, you will be saddened by some of the inmate's life experiences, childhood growing up and abuse that they encountered. In the beginning of the book, you will read Jailbird Poems Prison Poetry as an appetizer to prepare you for the reading of this book. Each poem is an intro to each story presented in the book, and the poetry reveals my experiences in jail. In addition, the poems exploits the inmates past, bizarre and unorthodox behavior and their individual dysfunctions and issues. Jail Bird Poems Prison Poetry sets the tone for the book. I encourage you to purchase the soundtrack to the book titled Mama I Love You. The combination of the book and the soundtrack is great artistry; however, it bridges the gap between this well written reading and the music composition brings the book alive.
|Author||: Witness Lee|
|Editor||: Living Stream Ministry|
The Collected Works of Witness Lee, 1985, volume 2, contains messages given by Brother Witness Lee from January 6 through September 22, 1985. In early January Brother Lee returned to Anaheim, California, from Irving, Texas. He visited Irvine, California, on January 5 and then returned to Anaheim before traveling to Taipei, Taiwan, a few days later. He returned to Anaheim near the beginning of March and remained there until the beginning of April, at which time he went again to Taipei for about two months. At the beginning of June he returned to Anaheim and, except for a brief visit to Berkeley, California, at the end of August, he remained in Anaheim until the end of September. The contents of this volume are divided into seven sections, as follows: 1. Seven messages given in Anaheim, California, on January 6 through September 22. These messages are included in this volume under the title Various Lord's Day Meetings in Anaheim. 2. Eight messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, on January 22 through 25. These messages were previously published in Chinese and English in a book entitled The Proper Aggressiveness of the Lord's Serving Ones. They are included in this volume under the same title. 3. Eight messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, on January 28 through February 1. These messages were previously published in Chinese and English in a book entitled The Fullness of God. They are included in this volume under the same title. 4. Five messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, on April 8 through 12. These messages were previously published in Chinese and English in a five-chapter standalone book entitled On Home Meetings. The contents of this book were taken primarily from outlines and handwritten notes. After the publication of this book in 1986, audio recordings were located that provided a fuller record of the content of Brother Lee's speaking. The edited transcripts of these recordings are included in The Collected Works of Witness Lee, 1985, volume 1, as chapters 10 through 14 in the section entitled Crucial Words of Leading in the Lord's Recovery, Book 6: Everyone Functioning for the Increase of the Church. These updated chapters replace the contents in the previously published edition of On Home Meetings. Therefore, the chapters printed in The Collected Works of Witness Lee, 1985, volume 1, are not printed in this volume. 5. Twenty messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, on April 8 through May 3. These messages were previously published in Chinese and English in a book entitled The Vision, Living, and Work of the Lord's Serving Ones. They are included in this volume under the same title. 6. Fourteen messages given in Taipei and Taichung, Taiwan, and Anaheim, California, on April 16 through July 8. These messages were previously published in Chinese and English in a thirteen-chapter book entitled The Propagation of the Gospel and the Administration of the Church. They are included in this volume under the same title. 7. A message given in Taipei, Taiwan, on April 18. This message was translated from Chinese and is included in this volume under the title Fellowship with Elders and Co-workers in Taipei.
|Author||: Martha Grace Reese,Dawn Darwin Weaks,Catherine Riddle Caffey|
|Editor||: Chalice Press|
Pastors are busy. This collection of fully integrated resources will help your church work and pray through the Unbinding the Gospel Series. Included are step-by-step planning tools as well as worship resources to allow you--the pastor--to spend time on prayer, teaching, and working directly with others in your church. The planning tools include calendars, checklists for church staff, weekly scripture tie-ins, sample church newsletter campaigns, diagrams, simple to elaborate E-vent planning suggestions, web site ideas, specific lesson plans, and much much more. Worship resources include sermons, prayers, and forms that have been placed on the Web for FREE with easy access and downloads. Change Habits, Not Just Minds. From the Unbinding the Gospel Series.
|Author||: Bill Hybels,LaVonne Neff|
|Editor||: InterVarsity Press|
Most of us have trouble finding time to pray. And then the crises hit! Time for prayer seems impossible to find. The ideas in this practical book can help us to learn to slow down to be with God as well. Also included is a helpful guide for personal and group prayer.
|Author||: Phil Pringle|
|Editor||: Gospel Light Publications|
In this powerful and motivating book, international pastor Phil Pringle invites readers to activate their spiritual lives by understanding prayer as a journey to the highest places of God. He sees prayer as an "art," a craft to be developed and nurtured. Prayer is much more than muttering religious words; it is a connection with the God of heaven Himself. Too often, believers fail to bridge the gap between earth and heaven, but active prayer releases the spirit into communion with God in another world: His world. As readers grow, they will draw close to a loving God who desires relationship with all who are made in His image. Moreover, when we pray in close contact with God, we see greater results on earth and in our lives. Pringle appeals to the imagination and the soul, and all who engage with these visionary teachings will discover a new dimension to the act and the art of prayer.
|Author||: Rebecca L. Thomas|
Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
|Author||: Doug Fields,Brett Eastman|
Provides exercises, readings, and other materials for launching or revitalizing a small group of teens working together to explore their relationships with other people and with God.
|Author||: Samuel T. Padmore|
Invading the Kingdom of Darkness and the Power of Prophetic Prayer. This book offers practical teaching to arm, strengthen, deepen, and sharpen your prayer life. It serves as a compass to navigate misconception of spiritual warfare and transform the movement of highly intellectual and self-satisfied religious churches in America and around the world.
|Author||: Tony Richie|
|Editor||: Resource Publications (CA)|
Only a few decades past, academia tended to scoff at the very idea of serious Pentecostal theology. Today profound and variegated theological implications of this dynamic movement are the object of exploration and development across the entire spectrum of the Christian theological corpus. Arguably, an acute need has arisen for identification and evaluation of the Pentecostal movement's original and ongoing theological ""essentials."" What is Pentecostal theology really all about anyway? This volume realizes that Pentecostal theology is at its heart a working theology undergirding and energizing believers' worship of God in prayer and praise, in holy living, and in witness to a personal experience of the risen Lord and Savior manifested in the continuing power of the Holy Spirit. Authentic implementation, if not explicit articulation, of fervent Pentecostal theology often occurs in the vitality of local churches, house fellowships, and various mission settings in America and around the world. Birthed in the fires of revival movements, essential Pentecostalism, including Pentecostal theology, continues to burn brightest wherever it is fueled most directly.
|Author||: Gangal J.K.|
|Editor||: S. Chand Publishing|
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|Author||: Witness Lee|
|Editor||: Living Stream Ministry|
The Collected Works of Witness Lee, 1961-1962, volume 3, contains messages given and personal notes written by Brother Witness Lee in June 1961 through September 9, 1962. Historical information concerning Brother Lee's travels and the content of his ministry in 1961 and 1962 can be found in the general preface that appears at the beginning of volume 1 in this set. The contents of this volume are divided into ten sections, as follows: 1. Fifteen messages given in June 1961. Messages 1 through 12 were given in Taipei, Taiwan, and Messages 13 through 15 were given in an unknown location. The fifteen messages were previously published in a book entitled The Exercise of the Spirit and the Building of God and are included in this volume under the same title. 2. Nine messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, on August 3 through 19, 1961. These messages were previously published in a book entitled How God Becomes Man's Enjoyment and are included in this volume under the same title. 3. Twenty-four messages given in Taipei, Taiwan, in the autumn of 1961. These messages were previously published only in Chinese in a book entitled The Visions of Ezekiel. Later, these messages were translated and combined with another set of twenty-four messages on Ezekiel given in Los Angeles, California, in the summer of 1971. The combined set of messages was published as the Life-study of Ezekiel. Neither the Life-study of Ezekiel nor the messages that were previously published in Chinese in the book entitled The Visions of Ezekiel are included in The Collected Works of Witness Lee. 4. A set of entries made in Brother Lee's personal diary while he was in the Philippines and in New York City from October 29, 1961, through January 14, 1962. These notes are included in this volume under the title Witness Lee's Diary. 5. Three messages given in New York City in December 1961. These messages are included in this volume under the title The Riches and the Fullness of Christ. 6. Three personal letters written in New York City on December 18, 1961, and in Seattle, Washington, on March 31 and June 22, 1962. These letters were originally published in two issues of Church News on January 14 and September 9, 1962. They are included in this volume under the title Church News. 7. Three messages given in New York City on January 26 through 28, 1962. These messages are included in this volume under the title Christ and the Church. 8. Seven messages given in New York City and in San Francisco, California, on February 11 through 25, 1962. These messages are included in this volume under the title Various Meetings in New York City and San Francisco. 9. Six messages given at an unknown time and place. These messages were originally published in The Ministry of the Word in April and June 1962 and were also previously published in a book entitled Fellowshipping with the Lord for the Mingling of God with Man. They are included in this volume under the same title as that of the book. 10. Eleven messages given in Berkeley, Palo Alto, and San Francisco, California, on April 14 through July 8, 1962. These messages were previously published in a book entitled The Purpose of God's Salvation and are included in this volume under the same title.
|Author||: David W. Jones|
|Editor||: Valjean Press|
What if Jesus showed up at your house one night, tapped you on the shoulder, and told you to wake up? Then you find out that he doesn't only want you to wake up from your bed but wake up to your life. Each chapter begins with an encounter with Jesus followed by simple steps to living life awake. In a style similar to "Conversations with God" and the works of Anthony De Mello, David Jones, the author of "The Psychology of Jesus," offers helpful ways to find enlightenment in every day activities.
|Author||: Emilio Carballido|
|Editor||: University of Texas Press|
Emilio Carballido (1925–2008) was one of the most innovative and accomplished of Mexico's playwrights and one of the outstanding creators in the new Latin American theater. By his mid-forties he had already produced an impressive body of works in two very different veins. On the one hand, he mastered the techniques of the "well-made play." On the other, he developed a richly rewarding vein of fantasy, sometimes poetic, sometimes comic, sometimes macabre—and sometimes all three. The plays in this volume are in the latter vein, ranging from surrealist farce in "The Intermediate Zone" to the grotesqueries of "The Time and the Place," from tragicomedy in "Theseus" to the dreamlike permutations of "The Golden Thread." But even at his most fantastic, Carballido never loses his remarkable gift for characterization: his peevish Minotaur, his raffish Nahual (were-jaguar) are wholly believable monsters.
|Author||: David W. Music|
|Editor||: Scarecrow Press|
Presents 72 primary documents illustrating the philosophy and practice of congregational singing during various historical periods of the Christian Church, including the early Church and Middle Ages, the Reformation, and English and American hymnody. Among them are letters, diaries, prefaces to hymnals and tunebooks, controversial books and pamphlets, theological treatises, and the deliberations of Vatican II and other church councils. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR