WelLiE BelLiE KiDs BoOks,is designed to teach our children the fundamentals of the Lords Prayer. The short stories are center around children who are going through a lot of difficulties,in life. Some of the stories are base on truth and some are fictional. To order:audio CD,Go to... www.htt:p//www.lulu.com or order @ online book store B&N.com,amazon.com or right here! my favorite spot Xlibris.com! e-mail: www.wellybelliekidsbooks.com for more info.
Children have many fears, many questions, and many concerns. Dear Jesus, Dear Child was designed for caring adults to help children acknowledge their feelings and concerns, and to answer them with love. The twenty topics in this book address some of the most common feelings and situations young children face--jealousy, fighting, love, fear, separation, and pain--as well dealing with seasonal holidays. Each subject features a letter from a child to Jesus and a reply from Jesus to the child. A guided meditation follows, which gives children the opportunity to quietly focus and find Jesus within. Finally, each topic has its own coloring page with space for children to write their own prayer to Jesus. Dear Jesus, Dear Child is suitable for use in the home, classroom, or parish. The content is geared toward children in grades pre-K through third.
If drawing nearer to Jesus is the longing of your heart, listen. Listen while in His Presence. Listen moment by moment as you are struggling, as you wonder, as you praise. Listen even as you express the cries of your heart to the living God. Invite Him to enter into the here and now with you, His Peace permeating your spirit, His Love and assurance whispering to your soul. Bring Him your thoughts, feelings, concerns in this very hour-where He meets you...and find Him nearer than you ever imagined.
From your heart's deepest cry to life's joyful praises, nothing is off limits to Jesus. Knowing Jesus on a deeper, more personal level means sharing all aspects of your life with Him...every day. In Dear Jesus, Sarah Young exemplifies what it means to do this-to dialogue with the Savior. She begins each of the 120 devotionals by sharing intimate struggles and longings that weigh on the heart-being preoccupied with problems; being dissatisfied with oneself, and other spiritual issues. Jesus then responds in His loving way by giving guidance and encouragement, using Scripture as the foundation from which His words flow. Readers will be drawn into the presence of God through these spiritual letters of grace.
Through short and kid-friendly entries, trusted children's author Kathryn Slattery answers questions about God, Christianity, and living out your faith in a straightforward way that points children to God's amazing plan for their lives in Dear God, I Have a Question. Your kids have great questions about God, but sometimes it can be hard to know how to answer them. Author Kathryn Slattery helps you and your kids ask and answer questions such as these: How can God be three persons at the same time? What is the Kingdom of God? Is it okay if I have friends who aren't Christians? Can God really talk to me? Why does God allow evil to exist? Was there really a worldwide flood? How can I know for sure that God loves me? Is it okay to have doubts about God? With respectful but kid-friendly language, Slattery also addresses topics such as Christian traditions, the historic growth of Christianity, how to become a Christian, and what it means to be a Christ-follower in today's world. You'll appreciate the thorough research and accuracy in this wide range of theological, historical, and faith topics. Supplementary sidebars, Scriptures, and takeaways will assist young readers as they investigate the questions and answers. Whether you are celebrating a child coming to faith, a birthday, holiday, or baptism or simply want to honor your young reader's beautiful curiosity about God, Dear God, I Have a Question will engage your child's mind and heart as they grow in knowledge and faith.
Saving Love focuses on the relationship between the brothers and on their music. Ty, still dealing with past abuse, struggles with getting closer to his family. They remain patient and full of love. At the insistence of his youngest brother Nick, Ty records. He also records an album for Nick. As they get closer to the Lord, they record worship albums. This book includes lyrics and a prayer.
This book is about prayers for an end to abortion. People of all faiths who believe in God can pray the prayers in this book. While praying in a Eucharistic perpetual adoration chapel in a Catholic church, Patricia witnessed a miracle there. She found the miracle was still there the following day when she returned and took pictures of this miracle. She spent time in prayer there and writing in her journal. Through inner locutions (messages) from God (while she was writing in the Eucharistic perpetual adoration chapel), God told her a “new parable of a mustard seed.” God asked her to write a prayer book of nine days of prayers for an end to abortions. God explained to her what the title of the book would be, how the cover of the book would appear, and how a professional portrait painter was to depict the Blessed Virgin Mary and Jesus to be standing in a field of mustard flowers. Patricia received many graces and witnessed many different miracles on her journey to bring this book to fruition. Patricia shared her manuscript with six Catholic priests from different Catholic churches, and a few of their comments were: “Follow Jesus”; “Jesus is the Way, and the Truth, and the Life”; “get this manuscript published”; “I like the new parable of the mustard seed”; and “getting this manuscript published, Patricia would be doing a great deed for Almighty God.”
This yearlong devotional features one or two verses of scripture for each day of the year, a brief meditation, and a very brief prayer. It focuses on how the light of God suffuses our daily lives.
THE TRANSLATORS NEW TESTAMENT IS a "worshippers' Bible" for translators, pastors, deliverance evangelists, missionaries, Bible teachers, home schoolers, home churches, family devotions, etc., any one who wants to get back to the actual words spoken by Jesus and His Apostles.
The lover of souls, our most loving Redeemer, declared that he had no other motive in coming down upon earth to become man than to enkindle in the hearts of men the fire of his holy love: I am come to cast fire on earth; and what will I but that it be kindled? And, oh, what beautiful flames of love has he not enkindled in so many souls, especially by the pains that he chose to suffer in his death, in order to prove to us the immeasurable love which he still bears to us! Aeterna Press
As we began to pray, I felt water washing me from my head to my toes. I felt drenched in water, but when I opened my eyes, I couldnt see it! This was supernatural cleansing. Man is a spirit, has a soul, and lives in the body (1 Thes 2:23), the symbol of water plays a significant role in the bible from Genesis to Revelations. It is the key to knowing the most powerful personality God sent to His children. Discover in this book, the true and only water that God is offering you today through His Son, Jesus Christ, and live an empowered life!
"This volume is the first anthology of poetic writings on slavery from America, Britain, and around the Atlantic during the Enlightenment - the crucial period that saw the height of the slave trade but also the origins of the anti-slavery movement. Bringing together more than four hundred poems and excerpts from longer works that were written by more than two hundred and fifty poets, both famous and unknown, the book charts the emergence of slavery as part of the collective consciousness of the English-speaking world. The book includes: poems by forty women, ranging from abolitionists Hannah More and Mary Robinson to Frances Seymour, the Countess of Herford; works by more than twenty African or African American poets, including familiar names (Phillis Wheatley), intriguing figures (Afro-Dutch Latin scholar Johannes Capitein), and newly rediscovered black poets (an anonymous veteran of the Revolutionary War); and poetry by such canonical writers as Dryden, Defoe, Pope, Johnson, Blake, Boswell, Burns, Wordsworth, and Coleridge." "The poems speak of the themes of slavery: capture, torture, endurance, rebellion, thwarted romances, and spiritual longing. They also raise intriguing questions about the contradications between cultural attitudes and public policy of the time. Writers such as these, suggests editor James Basker, were not complicit in the imperial project or indifferent about slavery but actually laid the groundwork for the political changes that would follow."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved