Why Not Me Oh God Why Me
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|Author||: Sue Teall|
"Teall offers insight into the spirit and power of God as she meets him in the faces and circumstances along her walk in the valley. Teall shares poignant observations into a bleeding, broken world reminding me that I am commanded by Christ to help those in need."-Tom O'Neil, Crosswise Ministries, Founder. Why Not Me? Oh God Why Me?-a reflection of the personal journey of Sue Teall during her battle with breast cancer. Teall's snap-shot vignettes reveal her thoughts, observations, and challenges, offering insights into: God's tapestries of life the power of prayer the beauty of second chances the unfairness of life vanity and envy loneliness and anxiety laughter and childhood innocence joy amid the struggles evil and imprisonment forgiving hearts obedience and self-doubt fear in the dark hope in the light the peace that can only come from God "I laughed; I cried. Never have I felt closer to God. Her journey reached into my soul and instilled courage and comfort, reminding me of God's everlasting presence."-Maria Rader, breast cancer patient. "Teall writes with energy and enthusiasm, speaking effectively and engrossingly to any person facing any challenge in life. Cancer provides her plotline, but the revelation is in her reaction to it."-Ted Cooper, Founder of The Bible in 90 Days.
|Author||: Li'Shey Johnson|
|Editor||: Page Publishing Inc|
How to get your power back? How Li’Shey pushed forward after losing her faith. I lost myself up under the bleachers on October 1, 2017, the Las Vegas massive shooting. Fifty-eight innocent people were killed that night. My life would never be the same. I felt like I died up under the bleachers. The real struggles of learning the new you after such a horrific ordeal. PTSD got the best of me. I felt like my family and friends didn’t know how to support me and didn’t know what to say to me. So they did nothing. I was alone. I had to learn that I mattered and that it was okay to seek professional help.
|Author||: Barbara Want|
|Editor||: Weidenfeld & Nicolson|
Ruthlessly honest memoir of a widow's pain in coming to terms with the death of her husband. This haunting memoir of grief recounts the death from cancer of Nick Clarke, much-loved BBC radio presenter of THE WORLD AT ONE - and the aftermath - from his widow Barbara's point of view. With painful honesty, Barbara lays open her ambivalent feelings about the illness as it progressed, and her instinctive fear that this would be the end. As he got sicker, her fear grew, until he died an unfeasibly short time after his diagnosis. Barbara chronicles in unflinching prose her life after his death. A howl of anguish and anger, she describes how many of her friends and colleagues don't call, and don't offer support - how alone she is, and how she struggles to explain the unexplainable to her young twin sons. She has a breakdown, and a short-lived relationship (met with condemnation from some of her friends), but knows the process of dealing with her grief is barely beginning. A ruthlessly honest dissection of a widow's pain, this book is also a love story - an uncomfortably raw, utterly compelling memoir which ends without resolution; its author still fighting to come to terms with the hand life has dealt her.
|Author||: Duly Noted|
I was just your run-of-the-mill alcoholic who God saw fit to rescue! For close to forty years, I struggled with addiction, and as time went on, it always got worse quicker and got more intense after any period of clean time. It was not until this unprofessional writer put God like I never had him before in my life and also after a proven twelve-step program that I was able to get and stay soberone day at a time. I was bankrupt in all waysfinancially, emotionally, mentally (at times I couldnt remember my name), and almost spiritually. I turned a perfectly good life into a perfect messby choice. Why? I ended up at a few homeless shelters. Family and friends were asking (begging) me to get out of my hometown, Buffalo, New York, because I was going to die as the whole city turned into a people, places, and things place that people are warned about in recovery. Today I tell God, people at recovery meetings, family, and friends, I have the best life of anybody I know, and I believe it! God gets and deserves all the glory, all the honor, and all the praise that my family and friends give to me. God blessed me with one grandchild (daughter) and another one on the way. At recovery meetings, they say, Rarely have we seen a person fail who has thoroughly followed our path. That is so true! According to Matthew 6:33, Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added onto you. Thank you! God bless you! Glenn
|Author||: Mandy McMillan|
|Editor||: Hachette Scotland|
Mandy McMillan was not a fighter. She was ordinary: a hairdresser, a party girl, a bit of a coward when it came to all things medical. The worst she'd ever fought was a cold. Then she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27 - the second in her group of five friends to be struck down by the disease. She'd had a one in 1,900 chance of getting it. Her cancer was incurable; chemotherapy almost killed her, her body was so ravaged that she almost gave up, but Mandy battled on. Her one stroke of good fortune? The arrival of new wonder-drug, Herceptin. Then a miracle happened: Mandy gave birth to Britain's first Herceptin baby, a little girl conceived, carried and born to a mum on long-term treatment. A drug saved Mandy McMillan, now a daughter called Holly is keeping her alive. And she will fight every single day to see her child grow up.
|Author||: Mindy Kaling|
|Editor||: Crown Publishing Group (NY)|
Hollywood starlet Mindy Kaling shares her ongoing, laugh-out-loud journey to find contentment and excitement in her adult life.
|Author||: Linda Bridge|
A young thirteen-year-old girl wants to become a Religious. This is the story of her journey from a high school student to a Carmelite Religious. At age thirteen, her ability to be aware of the paranormal began to become apparent. She had to learn to control her fears while discerning whether the entity was peaceful, or the essence of evil. She needed to learn what they wanted and how to help them or whether it was evil and how to escape it. It is how a mature Registered Nurse enters the Carmelites and learns to submit herself to her superiors and blend the life of the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience with the autonomy of a nurse, always placing the life of a Religious first, at least to a point. Her experiencing her wedding ceremony to God, becoming accustomed to the garb of a Religious, and learning the rituals and Rule of the Community took years. So, too, did the increasing variety of paranormal experiences that assaulted her, and in time, other members of the Community. All of these experiences were the increasing activities of entities.
|Author||: Anaroma B. Romano|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Self-breast examination and annual mammography is important in detecting breast cancer in its early stage. Reporting any abnormalities of the breast early and getting treatment early is the key to survival.
|Author||: Leroy Webber,Lee Webber|
The intriguing story of a girl with high hopes who overcomes great disappointments and difficulties, even as a slave in the palace of King Herod. Walk the streets of Jerusalem with this girl in Bible times.
|Author||: Monica Arac de Nyeko,Brian Chikwava,Doreen Baingana,Parselelo Kantai|
|Editor||: Jacana Media|
The 2004 winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing, Brian Chikwava's "Seventh Street Alchemy" is featured alongside shortlisted stories from 2004, compositions from the Caine Prize's March 2005 Workshop for African Writers, and Charles Mungoshi's previously unpublished "Letter from a Friend" in this inspired collection of work from some of Africa's most promising young and new writers.
|Author||: William Harrison Wright Jr.|
|Editor||: Trafford Publishing|
There are several underlying factors that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor. After Japan invaded Manchuria (1931) the League of Nations (1933) condemned the Japanese for their aggressive action that prompted their delegation to walk out of the organization. Ignoring all previous agreements, the Japanese Government (1936) embarked on a massive expansion of their naval force. In December 1937, while escorting American oil tankers along the Yangtze River, Japanese aircraft sank the USS Panay. Although there was no retaliation the United States State Department made a strong protest. In 1938 Japan closed its “Open Door” policy prompting the United States to renounce its trade treaty with Japan and placed an embargo on metal exports to Japan. In May 1940, with tensions rising throughout the Pacific, Pearl Harbor became the main Pacific base for the United States fleet. In July 1941 the United States placed an embargo on all strategic exports to Japan and froze Japan’s assets in the United States. While WW2 stories are a big part of this book, there are many other events, places and people that are brought to life in this autobiography.
|Author||: C.A. Rene|
|Editor||: C.A. Rene|
I'm different. There's a darkness that stirs restless in my soul. It craves blood and violence then feeds off of my anger and despair. I can control it... most of the time. I can starve it, but I cannot starve myself. Because it's not just the darkness that craves these things... I do, too. My mother grounded me and helped calm the storm, now she's dead and everything changed. My life is now lived through red hued glasses and anger simmers just under the surface. Until him... Now my dark soul craves his and I won't let anything come between us, even if I have to kill... with my bare hands.
|Author||: Kory M. Shrum|
|Editor||: Timberlane Press|
Fame, fortune, a pulse—you can’t have everything. Jesse Sullivan and Ally Gallagher are famous thanks to their recent kidnapping and brush with death. They have scars, but they’re breathing, and that’s more than the other victims can say. Yet while they try to settle back into their routine, saving lives through Jesse’s rare ability, neither can quite shake the feeling that the danger hasn’t truly passed. Then another death replacement agent goes missing, and Jesse may be the only one who can find her. But is the agent really another victim? Or is she the trap that will get them killed? Dying by the Hour is the Amazon bestselling sequel to Dying for a Living, a “unique” and “totally original” supernatural thriller. You do not have to read the books in order to enjoy them, but it is highly recommended.
|Author||: Gene Brewer|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Alan Watson is born and grows up during the 1940s in a small Midwestern town. When his little brother is penectomized in a bus station restroom, and his girlfriend falls into a coma following a botched abortion, he concludes that God is punishing him for his mistakes. This belief follows him through college and graduate school (from which he drops out), his life on a commune with his college sweetheart, and becoming a novelist after settling down with her in Chicago. He finally drives her away with his fear of having a child, but eventually, comes to grips with his relationships with Melanie, his family, and his God.
|Author||: Leighann McCoy|
|Editor||: Worthy Inspired|
Readers of these books will learn to approach God in honesty through prayer, how to hear His voice through scripture, and be encouraged by examples from the Bible so that she can deal with her own "voices".
|Author||: United States,United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary|
Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.
|Author||: S. Grubb|
|Editor||: Xulon Press|
This book began as a journal to record my day-to-day struggle with sin and how I battled it. All the entries in this book are true events that I have dealt with and how I have handled each one. This is not a set in stone guide for someone to follow but an inspirational guide to get you thinking about how to handle your own battles. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed writing it. Mr. S Grubb was born in Indiana, however he has lived in Missouri and Tennessee. He served his country in the US navy during Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Grubb now serves as a correction officer. He is married with two children. He loves gardening and playing board games with his family.
|Author||: Gloria Sua|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
YOU can never speak of the VICTORY unless you have experienced what it takes to get there! When I first started writing this book, I wanted to expose and hurt the people who inflicted pain and sufferring on my once-young and innocent life. I wanted everyone to know the ugliness I had endured through being molested and raped, which pushed me to nearly throw my life away on a Suicide Monday. One GLORIOUS day, Gods grace found me! Its a journey and remarkable transformation from being bound by so much negativity and rage to someone now at liberty through the Word of God! God empowered my life to be blessed so that I can speak on what it is to Be a Blessing!
|Author||: Kory M. Shrum|
|Editor||: Timberlane Press|
This boxset includes all seven of the Dying for a Living novels: Dying for a Living, Dying by the Hour, Dying for Her, Dying Light, Worth Dying For, Dying Breath, and Dying Day. Called "smart, imaginative, and insanely addictive" by New York Times bestseller Darynda Jones, this urban fantasy thrill ride is perfect for fans of Charlaine Harris, Kim Harrison, and Chloe Neill. On the morning before her 67th death, it is business as usual for agent Jesse Sullivan: meet with the mortician, counsel soon-to-be-dead clients, and have coffee while reading the latest regeneration theory. Jesse dies for a living, literally. Because of a neurological disorder, she is one of the population's rare 2% who can serve as a death surrogate, dying so others don't have to. Although each death replacement is different, the result is the same: a life is saved, and Jesse resurrects days later with sore muscles, new scars, and another hole in her memory. But when Jesse is murdered and becomes the sole suspect in a federal investigation, more than her freedom and sanity are at stake. She must catch the killer herself--or die trying. And that was only the beginning...