"Merely Words of Inspiration" was written because of an awakening of my spiritual nature, which inspired me. I would hear different phrases during the day at work, on television, or just having a casual conversation during the day. I was given an idea and began to write such as the following article: "Tell it Like It Is" or "Sugarcoated". Jesus never sugarcoated anything. He always told the truth, the whole truth. When we do not tell it like it is, we are doing the work of the adversary. He is the author of confusion, which is his truth. The book was also written to enhance our spiritual awareness. It was written to let you see that the everyday phrases, such as another article titled "Can You Hear Me Now?", can be inspirational in the right circumstances. Here is an insert from the following article: "Have we ever thought about Jesus saying, "Can You Hear Me Now?" Why can't we hear Him? Is it because we are listening to the world and not for His voice? It is written, "I am the Good Shepherd, and I know my sheep, and am known of mine. And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they will hear my voice: and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd"(John 10:14, 16). This is something to get excited about, being in heaven with our Lord and Savior. Have a Blessed Day
It’s all fun and games until someone loses a heart In print, Heidi Bluthe is known as Miss Anonymous – the queen of confident, snark-laced advice for her weekly column. In person, Heidi Bluthe is plagued by her battle with anxiety – the queen of online food ordering and avoiding public spaces. So when William Rutherford turns up in her backyard and informs her that her advice not only ruined his life, but also that he expects her to fix what she ruined, she’s surprised to find herself agreeing. And even more surprised to find herself falling hard for the off-limits man from across the pond. A year ago, William Rutherford was living the dream. Beautiful fiancée. Perfect home in the suburbs. A great job that he loved. All that changed in an instant. And the advice Miss Anonymous – aka, Heidi Bluthe – gave might not have been the root cause, but it was certainly the shove that sent things over the edge. Now, William is determined to have her set things right, no matter the cost. Even if that means unexpectedly risking his heart in the process…
To thirteen-year-old Elisabeth Caldwell, babysitting for a neighbor's little boys sounds like an easy way to earn some money for shopping, and her grandmother is full of sensible advice--trouble is her mind is more on a boy on the school tennis team and the difficulty she is having making a good impression on him.
Real Talk - A collection of Unsolicited Advice From a Blogger Chick is a compilation of India L. Trotter's blog work. She blogs for her own website Blank Stare Corner and also has a popular online column, The Pointed Circle on GirlTiniLive. This book is merely the conduit to her soon to be released semi-autobiography April Everyday - Autobiographical Snippets of an Insignificant Woman. Her sentiment is that you first acquaint yourself with her blogs, writing style and her surface self. She will later pull back her layers of complexities and open you up to the woman that you think you know but have yet to really meet. Matters of love, self awareness, relationships and spirituality [or the lack thereof] are all up for discussion within these pages. You will laugh, self reflect and [in some instances] simply stare blankly. More importantly you will either learn what to or what not to do.
Widely considered one of the leading experts on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Thomas Alan Shippey has informed and enlightened a generation of Tolkien scholars and fans. In this collection, friends and colleagues honor Shippey with 15 essays that reflect their mentor's research interests, methods of literary criticism and attention to Tolkien's shorter works. In a wide-ranging consideration of Tolkien's oeuvre, the contributors explore the influence of 19th and 20th century book illustrations on Tolkien's work; utopia and fantasy in Tolkien's Middle-earth; the Silmarils, the Arkenstone, and the One Ring as thematic vehicles; the pattern of decline in Middle-earth as reflected in the diminishing power of language; Tolkien's interest in medieval genres; the heroism of secondary characters; and numerous other topics. Also included are brief memoirs by Shippey's colleagues and friends in academia and fandom and a bibliography of Shippey's work.
Obstacles and challenges are a normal part of married life. Here’s how you get through them. This book will lead you to understand what happens when two people tie the proverbial knot. The trials and obstacles that inevitably follow are nothing unusual—how they are handled is what helps distinguish a successful marriage from an unsuccessful one. Specific advice about handling finances, keeping house, sexual relations, bringing up children, and other very important matters will not be found here. Instead, The Good, The Bad, and The Beautiful focuses on the relationship between husband and wife, for from this flows the motivation, energy, and wisdom to deal with the problems and challenges facing married couples. Unless you make this relationship your main concern, all your efforts in other areas of married life will be out of balance and ultimately unsuccessful. If you are seeking a successful and fulfilling marriage, or the restoration of a failing one, you will find meaning and hope in the joys of learning and practicing God's blessed plan for husband and wife.
Communism by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary