Mercy Like Sunlight
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|Author||: Liz Curtis Higgs|
Who Will Set Her Free from the Darkness Inside? Mary Margaret Delaney hides in the shadows, her arms scarred, her heart wounded by grief and weighed down with regret. Adrift on the streets of Chicago, she is surrounded by strangers and hounded by demons, both real and imagined. Her neighbors in Lincoln Park call her Mad Mary—until a fearless young pastor dares to call Mary his friend. Inspired by the biblical account of Mary Magdalene, this touching contemporary story first appeared in Liz’s nonfiction book, Mad Mary, later titled Unveiling Mary Magdalene. Now updated as a stand-alone novella, Mercy Like Sunlight is a powerful tribute to God’s boundless compassion and unending grace. “I was deeply moved by the story of Pastor Jake and Mary Margaret Delaney. So well written. So challenging to me. So Christlike. And so Chicago!” —Neta Jackson, best-selling author of The Yada Yada Prayer Group “Irresistible, unconditional love shines through on each and every page!” —Sharon Ewell Foster, Christy Award-winning author of Passing by Samaria
|Author||: Christen Hammock|
Mercy Goodman has simple needs in her young life. But when Mercy's father dies, she suddenly finds herself cold, hungry, and homeless on the streets of Trenton, New Jersey, with her mother and younger sister, Anna. She has just one wish: a warm, safe home. When Mercy's mother finally finds a job, an old friend offers them a room in her boarding house, where they spend many happy months together. Soon, however, Mercy's life is once again turned upside down when her mother is tragically killed in an accident. When they can't pay their rent, Mercy and Anna are forced to leave the boarding house and fend for themselves-alone and frightened in the back alleys of Trenton. The sisters eventually land in an orphanage where they do tedious work from dawn to dusk. Mercy and Anna's nights of sleeping on straw finally come to an end when a kind Quaker family steps in and changes their lives forever. Can a young girl whose existence has consisted of one tragic event after another discover love, hope, and a true family? During Mercy's journey through life, she eventually learns to be grateful for her own happiness and the fulfillment of her simple needs.
|Author||: Jon Sprunk|
THE WAR CONTINUES, AND THE UNDEAD RAVAGE THE LAND. JIROM, HORACE, AND EMANON BEGIN TO HOPE THEY MIGHT FREE THE EMPIRE. BUT CAN THEY MANAGE TO DO SO BEFORE THE DARK KING CONQUERS THE WORLD? Horace has come a long way from his days of slavery. Now he, Jirom, and their companions think they just might glimpse victory ahead, and the triumphant end to what began as a mere slave rebellion. But first Horace must recover from the loss of his beloved Alyra. And Jirom finds himself asking if even victory will be worth the cost--how can he be sure he and the other winners of this war will rule more justly than the Akeshians did? Meanwhile, a mysterious mass murder-suicide in a temple in Thuum hints that they have more foes than they knew of. And as they advance upon the capital, they find strange obstacles barring their way. Obstacles that suggest the barriers between worlds are growing dangerously thin....
|Author||: John Ross MacDuff|
|Author||: ANZAAS (Association)|
GTropolog a a key to open Scripture metaphors by B Keach and T Delaune 3 vols Vol 1 2 want the title leaves and are otherwise imperf Vol 3 is entitled GTroposhymalog a sic by B K revised By B Keach
|Author||: Benjamin Keach|
|Author||: Saint Alphonsus de Liguori,Catholic Way Publishing|
|Editor||: Catholic Way Publishing|
THE GLORIES OF MARY SAINT ALPHONSUS DE LIGUORI — A Classic! — Includes 1,934 Active Linked Endnotes — Includes an Active Index, Table of Contents and NCX Navigation — Includes Illustrations by Giovanni Antonio Canal Publisher: Available in Paperback: ISBN-13: 978-1-78379-214-6 This classic devotional work testifies to Saint Alphonsus de Liguori love of Mary and is a treasury of Marian stories and teachings. In a fittingly scholastic style, he develops and extols the many virtues of devotion to the Blessed Virgin. The Glories of Mary is divided into two parts. In Part I, Saint Alphonsus provides a phrase-by-phrase examination of the Marian hymn “Hail Holy Queen”. Part II contains meditations on various Marian themes, including her major feasts, her seven sorrows, her virtues, and practices of devotion in her honour. PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING
|Author||: W. Harold Fuller|
High adventures across Earth's most strategic continent Result of 15 years of research and writing, W. Harold Fuller's latest book comes out as the world's spotlight swings from the West to Asia. Third in his "Sun Triad," Fuller's 12th book reflects 50 years of editing and writing, as well as leading seminars on six continents. Fuller was a founding member of the Association of Evangelicals of Africa, vice-chair of World Evangelical Alliance, executive member of Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), and member of Secretaries of Christian Communities (Geneva) as well as correspondent for The Christian Herald, Christianity Today, and others. (See also Run While the Sun is Hot, 1967 (Africa) and Tie Down the Sun, 1990 (South America). Fuller was editor-in-chief of African Challenge, SIM's SIM Now, and several vernacular publications. Moody Press selected his first travelog, Run While the Sun Is Hot, for its Book of the Month Club (1968). In 1991, EFC awarded first prize to his second travelog, Tie Down the Sun. EFC's magazine, Faith Today, also awarded Fuller its 1996 Leslie K. Tarr Award "in recognition of outstanding contribution to the field of Christian writing." Sun Like Thunder combines historical research, missiological insight, and journalistic skill to impel readers through Asia's revolutionary history and the gospel's regenerating impact to unwrap Asia's mysteries. With honesty, he handles such topics as Islam, cross-cultural missions, and the Far East's rising competition with the West. Many surprises challenge reader preconceptions.
|Author||: Steve Wiens|
|Editor||: Fortress Press|
Shining like the Sun offers seven mindful practices--attentiveness, ordinariness, simplicity, rhythms, conversation, delight, and restoration--that guide readers to wake up to God as a living reality and to come alive in their bodies, minds, hearts, and deep in their souls. Through stories that illuminate each practice, simple observations, and tangible suggestions for how to embody each practice, readers will discover that God is hidden deep inside their own being. Whether changing diapers, stuck in traffic, or enjoying a glass of wine, we can touch God in any ordinary moment. We can always come alive. Written from a primarily Christian perspective, it draws from a variety of sources from the major world religions and will appeal to anyone who wants to cultivate mindfulness to get in touch with God as a living reality.
|Author||: Jung Young Lee|
|Editor||: Liturgical Press|
Being an immigrant is both being "in-between" two cultures, that of the immigrant and that of the dominant group, and being "in-both" of these cultures. It ultimately means being "in-beyond" the two cultures together. In this book a group of prominent Asian-American Christian theologians reflect in an autobiographical form on how being an Asian and a North American has shaped the way they understand the Christian story. As the United States becomes increasingly multiethnic and multicultural, this book offers useful suggestions on how to meet the challenge of cultural diversity in both Church and society.