Author: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLCPublish On: 2016-03-01
It's calorie free, and it's good for you. So go ahead; taste and see that the Lord is good. He's the best, and he wants to share all that he has with you. Lord, I want to taste all that you desire for me. Let me share in your feast of ...
Author: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC
Some mornings don’t feel so good. The circumstances of life may have you feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, discouraged, or even depressed. Isn’t it encouraging to know that God’s love is not dependent on your situation? Because his love for you is unchanging and his promises are true, you can choose to believe that today will be a good day. Find the hope, joy, and strength that is abundant in God as you reflect on these devotional entries, scriptures, and prayers. No matter what comes your way today, you can get through it with God at your side. "Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever." —Psalm 136:1 NLT
Good Morning It's — Saturday, June 16, 1979 Shirley Kimball Shirley and Danny Kimball, of Ashmore, recently opened a new shop named, "The Hanging Basket", at their home located on Cemetery Road. They have a wide variety of concrete ...
Author: Linda Larrabee
A collection of small town Americana articles published between 1978-1987, about people and events from Coles, Clark, and Edgar Counties, Illinois. Text and photos by Linda Larrabee.
Good morning, Father! I've often wondered if maybe I'm just too old for You to use me any more. It's those days when just getting up, when my balance isn't what it used to be, when my energy isn't what it used to be, that I say, ...
Author: Jeannie LaBarbera
Publisher: WestBow Press
Imagine if you had the opportunity to have a heart-to-heart conversation with the world’s most famous author, whose words have inspired and transformed lives for thousands of years! The author of Good Morning, Father! met Him as a child and has studied His Word for over fifty years. She now shares her first book of conversations with Him of issues such as: “What does humble look like? Did You choose the leaders of the nations? What determines how long I will live? What do You call me? What is the belief test? Do You speak to children? How do You respond to my excuses? What if I didn’t fear what others thought of me? I just can’t do this anymore! I cannot ask forgiveness for that which I cannot admit. If only I could touch You. Father, today I’m thinking of being home!” Make these writings personal to you by allowing the Holy Spirit to prompt your own writing of thoughts and questions to God in the spaces designed in this book just for you. He’s always listening—and His Word has amazing answers!
Whenever it had to go around an obstacle, it put itself back on course to its main direction leading it to its goal. Now, those that know me, know that I can be as curious as the next person. . .so, minding my feet so I didn't end up in ...
Author: Peggy Edwards
Publisher: Xulon Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This daily devotional book has been a God-led inspiration from its very start-up; from its original Bible verse and note of encouragement to some coworkers and family members to people around the world via my email network. Our God is so awesome! I've had people return emails to me or speak to me and ask, "How did you know that I needed that today?" or "How did you know I was going through this?" That is when I thankfully remind them that God inspired each and every one of these devotionals. I am just being faithful and following His directions. Now I'm led to put them into a year of daily devotions book to reach others. Occasionally, my emailed devotionals have colored photographs that I take as God inspired message for the day. Unfortunately, I couldn't include those in this book. I did include a photo in grayscale at the beginning of each month; the cover photo is a God-blessed look at an Alaskan sunset. I am so thankful that God is working in my life. I want to encourage each of you to grasp hold of whatever gift He has blessed you with and step out in trust and faith to go forth and to share it with others. When you feel down, just start counting each of the blessings God has touched you with in your life; and you will feel His Presence and comfort to encourage you. We are never alone; He is just a prayer away; nothing is impossible for our God. He is not done with us yet. He is asking us to be obedient in our service to Him, and He will help us grow in our faith. Trust in Him, and you will be astounded at what He has in store for you.
Good morning, sir, Madam, Miss, Sir, Old lady with green coat, Entwined young lovers, Girl in headscarf with big smile, ... Good morning! We're going to be A lovely day. 5th March 2010 Jardin Botanique 17th April 2013 It's been such a long.
Author: Jo Walton
Publisher: Jo Walton
Here is a small part of my soul I pulled out and shaped like this It is still bleeding, but only a little It won't mess your hands much, And you can wash them after. For years Hugo and Nebula award winning writer Jo Walton has been writing poems and posting them online, first on usenet, then on livejournal, more recently on Patreon. Some have been collected in chapbooks and in Starlings, but most of them have just stayed online. Here at last is a comprehensive collection of her poems from 1996-2020 with table of contents and an index of first lines, and arranged in thematic categories, Love Pain and Death, New Myths For Old Gold, Red As Blood, By Their Spaceships Ye Shall Know Them, Shakespeare, The News, The Turning Year, and Whimsy. Some of the poems are fantastical, others are about everyday life, or politics. If there's one thing that links Walton's very different work it's the quality of "where did that come from?" Here we have a poem about lions becoming extinct after being persecuted by martyrs, one about Henry V's conquest of Constantinople, alongside one about a skydiver friend who died and fell up into the sky. These poems, written over decades, are quirky, unpredictable, and have excellent scansion.
So it's, Good morning–good morning–good morning–get your paper–get your paper–good morning–good morning, how's it going? How's it going? How's it going? It's this all morning. Focus straight ahead. I gotta get to work.
Author: Craig Taylor
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Over the last 20 years, New York City has been convulsed by enormous challenges: terrorist attack, blackout, hurricane, recession, pandemic. New Yorkers is a grand portrait of the irrepressible city and a hymn to the vitality and resilience of its people. Craig Taylor spent years meeting New Yorkers - rich and poor, old and young, native and immigrant - and getting them to share indelible true tales. Here are the voices of those who propel the city each day - subway conductor, nurse, bodega cashier, electrician who keeps the lights on at the top of the Empire State Building - as well as unforgettable glimpses of the city, from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade by a balloon handler to the Statue of Liberty by one of its security guards. New Yorkers captures the strength of the city that - no matter what it goes through - dares call itself the greatest in the world.
What story, for example, might cause my hospital room to be flooded with blinding fluorescent light at the blackest time of the morning—the part of morning I call night—and prompt a viciously cheerful, “Good morning, Mr. Galliano, ...
Author: David Giuliano
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
It’s Good to be Here: Stories we tell about cancer is a courageous and deeply personal book about the author’s 25 year journey with cancer. It is part memoir, part spiritual meditation in which Giuliano challenges the ubiquitous and one dimensional “battle with cancer” narrative, with alternative narratives about temples, treasure, light, pilgrimage, wolves and love. It is a fiercely honest, at times funny, book about the metaphysics of medicine and the power of story to heal.
Author: Joshua P. StrychalskiPublish On: 2006-09-08
“Well, good morning Titus. I'm Rans and it's a pleasure to meet you.” “Good morning Chief Rans,” said Hobb. “Hobb, good morning! It's good to finally see your shop. I've heard so much about the wonderful creations that come from inside ...
Author: Joshua P. Strychalski
Publisher: Author House
As a little boy, Titus wanted nothing more than to play for the Camplay Stallions just like his father, Hobb. But as a young man, Titus now fights to break free from the shadow cast over him by Hobb, the greatest tocsinagon player the province of Norixis has ever seen. Tocsinagon: Follow The Footsteps vividly describes Titus's quest for the Game of Fire and tocsinagon immortality. It may be just a game, but for Titus and the Norian people tocsinagon is life.
He said it's good for morning sickness.” “Wait a minute.” He felt palpitations. “You are? You told people?” “No, no, no silly! My appointment is not until this afternoon and not with my regular doctor. Dr. Tandy is great, ...
“Good morning, Abner,” replied Edwards, propitiatingly. “It's a good mornin and it's good news ez is come to taown. I s'pose ye hearn it a' ready. I thort so. Ye look ez efye hed. But we didn' come tew talk 'baout that.
Author: Edward Bellamy
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: The Duke of Stockbridge by Edward Bellamy