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Genre(s): Religion & Spirituality | Christianity
Three things in life are certain: death, taxes, and going to heaven. If you disagree, this is the book that will change your mind. Discover the hidden Biblical message that has been overlooked for generations. A message of great hope for all souls. It is a message teaching that Jesus did not come to earth to claim a few souls and send billions of others into the depths of hell. Instead, He is a part of God’s plan to free every soul in our creation from sin and bring them all into the kingdom of God. The author’s views are not traditional Christian views. One critic has even termed this book “almost New Age in orientation.” Answers are given to questions rarely discussed in modern churches. Who is God? Does He have a beginning? Who is Jesus? What is the relationship between God and Jesus? What parable tells us that other souls like Jesus are to be found here and there throughout the entire Universe? Why did Jesus teach that we become his brothers and sisters on the day that we are born again? Where in the Bible do the scriptures tell us that our souls are eternal and were rescued from hell at the beginning of this age – see the 25th Chapter of Matthew? What parable tells us that we who are born again will continuously experience reincarnation until the end of the age? Where does the Bible say that, in the last days, souls will be gathered from the entire earth and from the farthest reaches of the heavens? Should we believe that even our least religious friends and relatives will someday enter into the kingdom of heaven? Surprisingly, the Bible answers these questions and many more. What did Jesus mean when he preached, “I tell you, you are gods”? Do we have a basic nature that is the same as Jesus and the same as God? What did Jesus mean when He used the term, kingdom of heaven – also called the kingdom of God? Is His kingdom forever growing – see the 13th Chapter of Matthew? This book convincingly shows that the New Testament provides answers to all of these questions! Answers that you and I can understand!
The scriptures chosen for interpretation in this book are: The Warning Preached by John the Baptist, Jesus Forgives and Heals a Paralyzed Man, The Parable of the Weeds, The Parable of the Mustard Seed, The Parable of the Leaven, The Parable of the Hidden Treasure, the Parable of the Pearl, Causing Children to Stumble, The Rich Young Ruler and the Kingdom of God, The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard, A Favor for James and John – A Mother’s Request, The Parable of the Talents, or Bags of Gold, The Parable of the Growing Seed, The Way of the Cross, The Rich and Their Entrance into the Kingdom of God, Jesus Teaches Nicodemus, The Woman at the Well, Oneness with the Father, The Day and Hour are Unknown, Prayers in the Garden of Gethsemane, The Last Supper – The Meaning of the Eating of the Bread and the Drinking of the Wine, The Great Commission, and selected scriptures taken from the Books of Romans, 1 Corinthians, 1 John, and 2 Peter.
Genre(s): Horror | Fantasy
When Victor Tookes went to work that beautiful spring day, he never expected to see a man eaten alive in the street in front of his office. After convincing himself that they really were zombies, he makes a trip from his house in Pennsylvania to his family home in Virginia, battling zombies all the way. His three and a half year old son was bitten on the leg, but doesn’t turn into a zombie. Instead, he turns into something more than human.
Victor quickly discovers that everything he knew about zombies was wrong. Not all of them were mindless, uncoordinated, rotting ghouls; some of them were bigger, faster, stronger or smarter than when they were human.
A small percentage of humans are genetically immune to the parasite. Instead of turning these humans into mindless shamblers, they gain enhanced abilities. These new abilities will be pushed to their limits in their quest to carve out a safe haven to call home.
3/22/2012 Professionally edited, and a new cover.
6/3/2012 Uploaded new edition including more edits and revisions.
Genre(s): Humor | Comedy
He is called El Barquero. He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse. As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery, a paranoid loner obsessed with global conspiracy theories who spends most of his time crafting absurd and threatening letters to anyone who offends him. That means pretty much everyone.
What unfolds is a laugh-out-loud dark comedy of madcap adventure stretching from Austin to the West Texas border featuring a lunatic band of civilian border militia, a group of bingo-crazed elderly ladies (one packing a pistol nearly as long as her arm), a murderous and double-crossing cartel boss, a burned-out hippy, and a crotchety retired doctor and his pugnacious French bulldog. Read it to believe it.
Genre(s): Chick-Lit | Contemporary Fiction
At age forty-two, Allison Chamberlain is still making a half-hearted attempt to figure out what she wants to be when she grows up. Although she has been a pew-sitting member of a church for seven years, “prophet” has never been on the short list of possible careers.Then one Sunday Allison senses a divine nudge to buy a Harley motorcycle and go wherever it takes her. Soon she is wondering if she is called to present the reality of Christ to one of society’s darkest corners–and challenge her own church to look beyond their fears.The first in a brave trilogy from seasoned author Nancy Rue, The Reluctant Prophet shows how one person’s response to God’s call can change a community forever.
Genre(s): Contemporary Fiction | Romantic Comedy
Carlie Ann Davidson only has $167.29 in the bank. She’s 10 years late on college and 37 lbs. over the ideal weight chart. When she’s not in her college classes, she’s stocking shelves at the Dollar General Store in Commerce, Georgia, and wondering why SO many people eat pork n beans. But Carlie has dreams, dreams of love and literary success. With the humorous and engaging backdrop of small town characters and culture, Carlie realizes she’s not a loser at all. Just a late bloomer. The good news? Sometimes there are rewards for late bloomers.
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