The Making Of You

Author: Reverend Michele Taylor
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1410724417
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I was 20 years of age when the Lord saved me. My new life in Christ was filled with many blessings, deliverance, joy and hope. Yet, someone forgot to tell me that being saved was not all happy times. I learned quickly that being saved meant suffering, persecution, being attacked spiritually, having my faith challenged and a being hurt by fellow Christians in the church. After 20 years of "going through," whether by self-imposed circumstances or those that were imposed by others, God spoke to my heart about perseverance, longsuffering and endurance. He reminded me that He was yet in the midst of my suffering, disobedience and backslidden condition molding and shaping me into a useable vessel for kingdom building. He reminded me of who I am in Him, who He is in me and why I had to go through what I went through. The Making of You speaks to every Christian believer, new and mature, that has ever wondered, "Why me?" We are wonderfully and fearfully made in the image of God, yet it is through adversity that we learn to grow in grace unto spiritual maturity. This book will help you in your journey.

The Making Of You

Author: Katharina Vestre
Editor: Profile Books
ISBN: 178283513X
Size: 19,93 MB
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It's the first great mystery: where did you come from? How did your cells know what to build? What are bones made from? When did your eyes start working, and what did they see? Join Katharina Vestre on an adventure to relive your very first moments. From your first cell to your first breath, this is your story as you have never heard it before. Did you know that it took three attempts to make your kidneys? Or that tiny twirling hairs on your back showed your other organs where to go? Or that hiccups are probably a legacy from our ancient, underwater ancestors? With the help of some cutting-edge science and a wry sense of humour, Vestre reveals all this and more. Like: how sperm know which way to swim. Why sex and gender are more complicated than one might think. What you have in common with every living being, and why you are unique. Set off on a true voyage of discovery through an inner universe whose secrets we are still unravelling. A miniature drama of cosmic significance, this is the amazing story of how you became you.

The Making Of A Mom

Author: Stephanie Shott
Editor: Revell
ISBN: 144122694X
Size: 15,74 MB
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Weaving biblical insight together with real life stories, Stephanie Shott helps moms discover the joy of parenting with purpose. This unique and comprehensive view of motherhood gives moms a sense of comfort, confidence, and freedom to not only navigate the often tumultuous waters of motherhood, but to also know they aren't alone in the journey. Then it takes moms a step beyond their day-to-day struggles, offering practical advice on pursuing small groups and mentoring relationships with other moms, not only in the local church, but in crisis pregnancy centers, homeless shelters, juvenile homes, and more, truly showing that together we can change the world--one mom at a time. Chapters include: 1. Not Alone 2. It's a Beautiful Life 3. A Different Me 4. How Do I Love Thee 5. May I Have Your Attention 6. Speaking Words of Wisdom 7. Character Counts 8. Overwhelmed 9. Setting Goals 10. Imprints Moms Make 11. Always a Mom 12. Parenting from Your Knees

The Making Of You

Author: Michele Taylor
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1410724425
Size: 16,22 MB
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I was 20 years of age when the Lord saved me. My new life in Christ was filled with many blessings, deliverance, joy and hope. Yet, someone forgot to tell me that being saved was not all happy times. I learned quickly that being saved meant suffering, persecution, being attacked spiritually, having my faith challenged and a being hurt by fellow Christians in the church. After 20 years of "going through," whether by self-imposed circumstances or those that were imposed by others, God spoke to my heart about perseverance, longsuffering and endurance. He reminded me that He was yet in the midst of my suffering, disobedience and backslidden condition molding and shaping me into a useable vessel for kingdom building. He reminded me of who I am in Him, who He is in me and why I had to go through what I went through. The Making of You speaks to every Christian believer, new and mature, that has ever wondered, "Why me?" We are wonderfully and fearfully made in the image of God, yet it is through adversity that we learn to grow in grace unto spiritual maturity. This book will help you in your journey.

The Making Of A Beautiful Vessel

Author: Iris Dupree-Wilkes
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 148170639X
Size: 15,43 MB
Format: PDF
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You have been predestined for purpose. Life has an eternal meaning and purpose, therefore, God has a purpose for you beyond where you are today. Have you allowed your life to be an open door for bad habits, negative talk, and frustration? Do you desire to be free? Do you desire for God’s love, peace, and healing to be released to you? God is in the process of making you into a beautiful vessel; therefore, you must release the old vessel with its bad habits, negative talk, and frustration; yield to His will and repent. Now open the door of your heart, to a fresh start, with vibrant ideas and intriguing creativity. Come with me as we give our self totally to God and allow Him to mold and shape us into that beautiful vessel of honor, one that is fit for His Kingdom. God is not limited by our abilities; we must step aside and allow Him to work on our behalf. This book entitled, “The Making of a Beautiful Vessel” will challenge you to take heed on how you build your life in Jesus as spoken in the scripture, “You are God’s fellow workers; you are God’s field, you are God’s building let each one take heed how he builds on it.” - 1 Corinthians 3:9-10 NKJV. As sons and daughters of the King you have an unlimited amount of potential and abilities. There are no limits to what you will be able to accomplish through Christ, He has all power, so dream big, believe big, and receive much.

The Making Of A Mystic

Author: Evelyn Underhill
Editor: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 025203483X
Size: 14,21 MB
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Substantial correspondence from an exceptional writer, poet, pacifist, and mystic

I Love The Bones Of You

Author: Christopher Eccleston
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471176339
Size: 19,73 MB
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‘A beautiful book.’ Zoë Ball Be it as Nicky Hutchinson in Our Friends In The North, Maurice in The A Word, or his reinvention of Doctor Who, one man, in life and death, has accompanied Christopher Eccleston every step of the way – his father Ronnie. In I Love The Bones Of You, Eccleston unveils a vivid portrait of a relationship that has shaped his entire career trajectory, mirroring and defining his own highs and lows, from stage and screen triumph to breakdown, anorexia, self-doubt, and a deep belief in the basic principles of access and equality denied to generations. The actor reveals how his background in Salford, and vision of a person, like millions, denied their true potential, shaped his desire to make drama forever entwined with the marginalised, the oppressed, and the outsider. Movingly, and in scenes sadly familiar to increasing numbers, Eccleston also describes how the tightening grip of dementia on his father slowly blinded him to his son’s existence, forcing a new and final chapter in their connection, and how ‘Ronnie Ecc’ still walks alongside him today. Told with trademark honesty and openness, I Love The Bones Of Youis a celebration of those on whom the spotlight so rarely shines, as told by a man who found his voice in its glare. A love letter to one man, and a paean to many. ‘My father was an “ordinary man”, which of course means he was extraordinary. I aim to capture him and his impact on my life and career.’ - Christopher Eccleston

The Making Of A Forest Fighter

Author: Bob Rich
Editor: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1615992278
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When first published, this book won the prestigious Dream Realm Award for Action/Adventure. It has been thoroughly revised, so now it is even more gripping.ÿ As a 16 year old Warrior, Ribtol didn?t know that he would become one of the great heroes of his people, the Doshi, and one of only five Doshi to be remembered with liking by the distant descendants of his worst enemies.ÿ Those enemies, the Ehvelen, were the original Little People. Myths about them abound from China to Norway. They were real people, not mythical creatures, and for centuries they were the Mother?s warriors, defending the wild places, and opposing slavery and cruelty.ÿ Ribtol?s story is an extract from the second of the five Stories of the Ehvelen, which describe how they were transformed into this role. You can see them through his eyes through three years of terrible fighting.ÿ You will get to like this decent, intelligent young man as he grows into a hero.ÿÿThe Making of a Forest Fighter can be enjoyed as a stand-alone book, although it is part of a series.ÿ Advance reviewers of the revised version have been enthusiastic:ÿ Max Overton, author of many gripping historical novels: ?...one feels sympathy for the Ehvelen desperately defending their territory and way of life, and also for young Ribtol, wrestling with his insights and feelings as he accompanies his warlike brethren into battle... One may not like the Doshi as a people, but by the end of The Making of a Forest Fighter one has enjoyed the company of a young warrior as he learns to transcend the savagery of his people and become fully human.?ÿ Margaret Tanner, Australian writer of historical romances: ?From the first couple of paragraphs, this amazing story captured my interest and my imagination, and kept me enthralled to the very last page. It is not an era that I am familiar with, but the author has remarkable knowledge and it shows.?ÿ Florence Weinberg, versatile writer with several historical novels: ?Admirable from the first sentence of this unusual book with its stark realism combined with faerie, Ribtol shows compassion, flexibility, and the ability to learn from cultures other than his own, which is rigidly hierarchical... The author displays rich imagination in his account of three very different cultures: the peace- and beauty-loving Ehvelen (who, when attacked, slaughter the aggressor with efficiency and finesse), the Areg, a nation of traders, who bargain with the Doshi for timber captured from Ehvelen forests, and, of course, the Doshi themselves.?ÿ

The Making Of A Man

Author: Cliff LeCleir
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483673936
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A family confl ict provides a superb example of right versus wrong, of moral correctness ultimately triumphing over deceit and corruption. Captivating events that appear to bring only persecution and death reveal an unexpected conclusion as Tomas Zurbriggen's son is kidnapped by a Columbian drug cartel. Tomas Zurbriggen, the central character in this story, is charming, contemplative, and hard working, while being deceitfully manipulative. Tomas did everything, both right and wrong, with great zeal a trait that if not harnessed would become his downfall. Tomas had a twin brother, Marcus, who was his polar opposite. Tomas' perpetual desire to succeed and Marcus' irresponsible approach to life clashed as a result of Tomas' scheming tactics. This led to a family estrangement. An exile that continued for many years and wasn't resolved until an international incident brought the family back together. Opening this book will be like looking in a mirror that causes you to stop, evaluate, and redirect your future. It matters not whether you are male or female, young or old. The characters in this story experience many of the same trials that all of us face as we go about our daily life. The beauty of reading about someone else's struggles and their impact is that it gives the opportunity to learn from them without experiencing the results of bad decisions. It is the decisions surrounding these events that contribute to . . . . . the making of a man!