Faithful and True, Or, The Evans Family

Author: Sarah Stuart Robbins
Publisher: N.A
Page: 320
View: 8803

Faithful and true; or, The mother's legacy

Author: E J. Barnes
Publisher: N.A
Category: Brothers and sisters
Page: 155
View: 9704

Faithful and True

Sexual Integrity in a Fallen World
Author: Mark R. Laaser
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 9780310208365
Category: Sex addiction
Page: 208
View: 8698
Dr. Laaser offers a path for those who struggle with sexual addiction that leads beyond compulsive thoughts and behaviors. He gives practical help for everyone on maintaining sexual integrity, self-control, and wholesome, biblical sexuality. Formerly titled The Secret Sin.

Always Faithful and True

Author: Janet Difabio
Publisher: Rj Communications
ISBN: 9780578074559
Category: Fiction
Page: 338
View: 8504
An up-and-coming career, a renewed friendship, a promising future -until evil trespasses. An inspirational story about faith, hope, and love. Twenty-four year old, Gianna Stefano is raised in a devout Catholic, Italian family in rural Montana. Just graduating college and desiring independence, Gianna relocates to New York City. Her parents are reluctant at first, but when Gianna is reacquainted with family friend, Dan Christiansen, they realize they must let their only daughter spread her wings and fly. Gianna and Dan have a promising future together. But their love is tested, when a colleague violates Gianna's trust. Is all hope lost or is Gianna and Dan's faith in God and each other strong enough to rebuild their dreams?

The Faithful and True Workbook

Sexual Integrity in Today's World
Author: Mark Laaser
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780986447310
Page: 240
View: 465
The Faithful & True Workbook is an integrated course study in healthy sexuality--it combines personal study, interactive learning activities, and group interaction.

Life in the Cloister

Or, Faithful and True : Treu und Fest
Author: Agnes M. Stewart
Publisher: N.A
Category: Enclosure (Monasticism)
Page: 224
View: 2366

Faithful, Firm, and True

African American Education in the South
Author: Titus Brown
Publisher: Mercer University Press
ISBN: 9780865547773
Category: Education
Page: 172
View: 4305
In this book the author traces the dual roles of the northern American Missionary Association (AMA) and the African American community of Macon, Georgia in their joint effort to provide education to blacks in central Georgia. He places the history of African American education in Macon in the context of the national debate over what kind of education best served the black community, and what roles blacks should play in the nation's social, political, and economic life.

The English Renaissance

An Anthology of Sources and Documents
Author: Kate Aughterson
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415271158
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 608
View: 2529
This anthology collects together primary texts and documents written by Elizabeth Tudor, Machievelli, Edmund Spencer, Francis Bacon, Ben Jonson, Galileo Galilei, James I, Walter Raleigh and Michel Montaigne relevant to the literature, culture and intellectual life in England between 1550 and 1660. Divided into sections, this collection of primary sources covers such topics as religion, politics, society and social life, education, literary and cultural theories, science and magic, gender and sexuality and exploration and trade. --From publisher's description.

U.S. Army Heraldic Crests

A Complete Illustrated History of Authorized Distinctive Unit Insignia
Author: Barry Jason Stein,Peter Joseph Capelotti
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780872499638
Category: Political Science
Page: 461
View: 7132
A comprehensive guide to the authorized unit insignia from the American Revolution through the Persian Gulf War.

God Hears

Author: Katie-Anne Haldane
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1602669619
Page: 108
View: 5599
Haldane discusses why God sometimes delays answers to prayer in this intimatediscovery of healing and relationships. (Practical Life)

Truth Therapy

Renewing Your Mind with the Word of God
Author: Peter J. Bellini
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630877433
Category: Religion
Page: 318
View: 6220
Our world is inundated with war, poverty, disease, economic crises, terrorism, unemployment, fatherlessness, addictions, divorce, abortion, sex trafficking, racism, depression and anxiety, information and stimulation overload, and the list goes on and on. Where do people find relief? How do people find true peace and hope? Do they find it? Do they even find it in church, or do they endlessly and hopelessly search? Truth Therapy is a devotional strategy for spiritual formation and discipleship that employs scripture, basic Christian truths, the names of God, and faith affirmations blended with cognitive-behavioral theory. It is an intentional approach that tackles many of the maladies of our day that impede believers from growing and overcoming in Christ, such as stress, worry, fear, depression, and anxiety. The fundamental premises of Truth Therapy are that lies bind us, but the truth sets us free. The lies we believe are the primary weapons used to defeat us, while the truth we believe can be the key to setting us free. Truth Therapy provides a framework for identifying and evaluating the lies we believe and replacing those lies with the truth found in the word of God for every area of our life. Truth Therapy can be used in multiple settings, such as personal devotions, group devotions, small group study, discipleship, counseling, and in intercession.

Treasure Chest of Thoughts

Author: Cynthia Diotte
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491848561
Category: Poetry
Page: 134
View: 6496
Her hope is that this book will introduce each person to a thirst or hunger for their answers to life. Come with her on a journey of a young woman who's life once made no sene to her, while her life unfolds to peaceful places where she herself found healing. Poetry is one outlet of expression she found to sort out the piece of her life and find that the depth and passion hidden there is surprising even to herself. Will you come?

Praying The Names of God

A One Year Journey Through the Bible
Author: Paul Grams
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468520156
Category: Religion
Page: 408
View: 2340
This book is a daily devotional book in which you will examine one name of God each day of the year and then pray that name throughout the day. You will also see the definitions of the original Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek words that make up these names. The names all come from the King James Version Bible as do the many quotations that are included to show the proper context in which the name is used. I have attempted to locate every name of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit from Genesis through Revelation. So join me on a one year journey through the Bible. I hope that your journey will be as insightful for you as it was for me.

Soul Trap

Author: Wayne Stewart
ISBN: 1456604104
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 257
View: 9420
Soul Trap took over seven years to research and write. And, it promises to change everything you think you know about God, the Bible, and religion. Then it will change you: epiphanies can be weird like that. Example: 1) The mystery behind the numbers 666: solved and revealed! 2) The antichrist: solved and revealed! 3) The mysteries to the book of Revelation: solved and revealed! 4) The secret identity of Satan: solved and revealed! 5) The true face of God and or Jesus: solved and revealed! 6) The battle of Armageddon: solved and revealed! 7) The location of the Garden of Eden: solved and revealed! 8) The mystery of the end times (21 DEC 2012: ) solved and revealed! 9) The mystery to both heaven and hell: solved and revealed! 10) The mystery behind the Trinity: solved and revealed! 11) What angels are really made of: solved and revealed! 12) The riddle to the purpose of life: solved and defined! There's this--and so much more! See Proverbs 3:13. "Happy are they that find wisdom, and them that get understanding. 14 For the merchandise of it is better than silver or fine gold. 15 Wisdom is more precious than rubies: and all the desirable things in life cannot compare to it."

Unveiling the End Times in Our Time

The Triumph of the Lamb in Revelation
Author: Adrian Rogers,Steve Rogers
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 143368019X
Category: Religion
Page: 304
View: 2104
“The one who reads this is blessed, and those who hear the words of this prophecy and keep what is written in it are blessed, because the time is near!” —Revelation 1:3 (HCSB) Respected Bible teacher and beloved pastor Adrian Rogers takes readers on a breathtaking journey through the “blessing book” of Revelation with Unveiling the End Times in Our Time. Indeed, Revelation offers every Christian believer a dramatic and hope-filled overview of what the end of days will be like. Although some think Revelation is confusing, or even scary, with its talk of dragons and beasts, the text contains a proper understanding of where his- tory is headed. Rogers makes clear how the signs of the times already reveal God's plan for bringing his people to full redemption, empowering us to live boldly while expecting the return of King Jesus as the triumphant Lamb.

Dare to Be True

Living in the Freedom of Complete Honesty
Author: Mark D. Roberts
Publisher: WaterBrook
ISBN: 0307552810
Category: Religion
Page: 224
View: 4319
Our souls long for an elusive freedom–the freedom of truth. And our world desperately needs it, now more than ever. Dare to Be True doesn’t downplay the difficulty of living honestly in today’s world, but it doesn’t throw in the towel, either. In this challenging but encouraging book, Mark Roberts introduces a bold plan to practice complete honesty in every area of our lives–in what we say, in how we live, and in who we are. Combining biblical truth with real-life stories and plenty of practical applications, Roberts helps us experience the rewards of truthfulness–personal wholeness, healthy relationships, and deeper intimacy with God. Set out today on the adventure of truthful living, if you dare!

A True and Faithful Narrative

Author: Katherine Sturtevant
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 1429939427
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Page: 256
View: 5467
In Restoration London, sixteen-year-old Meg Moore is something of an anomaly. Unlike other girls her age, Meg pores over books. She spends long hours conversing with the famous authors and poets who visit her father's bookstore, and even writes her own stories, laboring over every word until her hand is black with ink. Without warning, however, Meg comes to learn exactly how powerful words can be. The day her best friend's brother Edward sets sail for Italy, Meg scoffs at his attempts at romance by answering him with a thoughtless jest. Soon news travels to London that Edward's ship has been captured and he has been sold as a slave in North Africa – and Meg cannot shake the thought that her cruel words are the cause. Now Meg must use her fiery language to bring Edward home, imploring her fellow Londoners to give all that they can to buy Edward's freedom. But once Meg learns to direct the power behind her words, will she be able to undo the damage she has caused, and write freely the stories that she longs to put to paper? This inspired sequel to At the Sign of the Star continues Meg's story with elegance and élan. A True and Faithful Narrative is a 2007 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.