books about: glimpses
Glimpse After Glimpse: Daily Reflections on Living and Dying
I try to read the glimpse each day when I get up (and sometimes the night before), and have found the experience helpful. I have yet to develop strong discipline in my practice, and find it easy to get caught up in life for days or weeks at a time. Reading a couple paragraphs (the glimpse for one day) has been like a bell calling me back to myself. I wouldn't be surprised to be reading this ...
My Glimpse of Eternity
UPLIFTING..FILLS THE READER WITH HOPE AND JOY!
I first read this book in 1980. I will never forget how I felt as I read page after page of this woman's phoenominal experience. My father died in 1961 when I was only 11 years old and for the years that followed, my heart was filled with questions about the place he went to. As I read, I wept and laughed and felt that I was living her life. The information of how to treat on who is ...
Glimpses of the Devil : A Psychiatrist's Personal Accounts of Possession, Exorcism, and Redemption
M. Scott Peck
I have read and experienced
This book was amazing to me. I was confident and hopeful about Jersey's exorcism as I read her story...but I sensed Beccah was doomed from the start. Greedy and grasping I just knew she wasn't going to have a "good ending". Any one who reads this and has experienced real, living darkness in their life that wants you to choose evil will know what I mean. Ultimately you are the exorcist as you ...
Glimpses of Heaven: True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey
glimpses of heaven
have read and re-read these true stories of the being God's intervention at deaths doorstep. have given away several copies ...
Carol Lynch Williams
Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
A powerful, haunting novel!
It isn't often that I am so emotionally overwhelmed by a novel that I want to simultaneously hug it to my chest and throw it across the room. I was riveted by Hope and Lizzie's heartrending story and, even though it was difficult to read, I found that I was unable to tear my eyes from the pages. I found it hard to determine if it was the book's content or the age of the narrator that called ...
The Glimpses of the Moon (Classic Reprint)
Does True Love Win?
Susy and her beau Nick have both grown up around rich people though their own families have lost their fortunes. Susy makes her way in the world flitting from invitation to invitation acting as an unpaid but rewarded assistant to her rich friends. Nick has dreams of making a living by his writing. They meet and fall in love but one rich matron from Susy's circle tells her, in effect, hands off ...
Glimpse (Volume 1)
Stacey Wallace Benefiel
It can be difficult for me to find time to get through an entire book these days, so my daughter read this book before I did - and was done within hours of receiving it in the mail. The fact that she barely came out of her room that evening or the following morning validated my own eagerness to dive in. When I would insist that she 'disconnect' from Zellie's world for a few minutes to eat dinner, ...
More Glimpses of Heaven: Inspiring True Stories of Hope and Peace at the End of Life's Journey
Trudy RN Harris
Following her successful Glimpses of Heaven, Trudy Harris has collected even more true stories of the tender beauty and pain of life's end. Through her own stories and those of medical professionals and hospice workers, Harris brings readers with her on the search for God, forgiveness, faith, repentance, and ultimate acceptance and peace. The perfect gift for someone who has experienced the death of a loved one, More Glimpses of Heaven will ...
A Glimpse of Evil (Psychic Eye Mysteries, No. 8)
BEST OF SERIES YET
I like this book of the Psychic Eye Mystery seires the best of all of them. I was afraid when the character moved from Royal Oak MI to Austin TX that the books would decline in interest. This is better. Abby, Dutch, Pepper, Brice and Dave have all moved to Austin and Milo is set to follow. Abby is working for a special Cold Case Squad of the FBI and Dutch is her boss. She is a profiler, so ...
A Glimpse of Jesus: The Stranger to Self-Hatred
Brennan, you've done it again
This extremely important and absolutely priceless jewel is one of the first to directly address the most pressing spiritual problem of the postmodern age: self-hatred. We are a generation raised by the TV, the daycare center, the foster half-stepmother. We have not known unconditional love. And we hate ourselves. Brennan Manning's glimpse of Jesus opens the door to healing. Highly ...
Glimpses of Grace: Daily Thoughts and Reflections
The Mystery of the Word Made Flesh -- a fitting title
Since Christmas of 1995 my wife and I have used these fabulously interesting readings from GLIMPSES Of GRACE to buffet us from the storms of everyday life! As one quite perceptive reviewer speaks of her as a Mystic and Yes, she asks good questions. Her readings relate to the living of all life in the face of Belief and Doubt. One reading from May 20th she is doing an afterschool seminar for ...
GLIMPSES OF HEAVEN
When I purchased this book it arrived in a timely manner and in excellent shape.
Glimpse Into Glory
Raw Truth, Common Sense - No Hype
I thought this book to be especially refreshing in it's experiencial candor and Missouri cornbread. Kuhlman is void of pretense, and gives PRACTICAL insight into living the Christian life in truth and balance, not hype. It's just like that, she often says. She exposes the religious spirit and the silly imbalances of personal philosophies. This is not a book about other people's experiences ...
The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time
The Architecture of Time
Judith Shulevitz' wonderful new book investigates access into the transcendental by the separation of time into a module discrete from the mundane world. For people of faith, this is a rich inquiry; for others, it may begin to elucidate why everyday reality can become thin and dessicated in the absence of concepts presented in the book such as why time is not a fungible commodity, that time ...
Lasting Impressions: A Glimpse Into the Legacy of Surveying
Rhonda L. Rushing
Berntsen International Inc.
Very Interesting Book!
This was exactly what I expected. Very interesting reading and covers a broad range of stories within the topic. As a geocacher, I appreciate the effort involved in making this book come together as a meaningful legacy to surveying.
More Than Meets The Eye: Fascinating Glimpses of God's Power and Design
M.D., Richard A. Swenson
This author is a wonderful writer (his book "Margin" Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives is the best life-organizer for the over-scheduled) who uses his medical doctor background to create a clearly written eye-opening explanation of the intricacies of the world around us. The facts tell the story: a creation this complicated is totally ...
Glimpses of Eternity: New Near Death Experiences
Arvin S. Gibson
Horizon Publishers & Distributors
I was surprised to see the low rating on this book and found the only negative is that the author is LDS. Not all the people interviewed are LDS, however. The author interviewed people in Utah and ended up with maybe 2/3 Latter-day Saints and 1/3 other religions (with a variety). It was interesting to see that their experiences and afterthoughts were so similar despite their religious ...
A Glimpse of Nothingness: Experiences in an American Zen Community
Janwillem van de Wetering
St. Martin's Griffin
intriguingly named "Corpse"
Just finished this great book. Two days pass, and I want to know more about this man. I tell my girlfriend to google him. As she was searching I started to ponder how old this guy must be. After all, he did write it in the 70's. I guess 70. Turns out he is 77. She continues to search on Wikipedia and says, "this can't be right, he just died two days ago." I was amazed. As I was finishing the last ...
Glimpses of China: Short Fiction for Chinese Study
China Books & Periodicals
A Chinese text useful in many ways --
This is a wonderful little book. I have used it as a language teaching text for many years. The selections are very short, originally written in Chinese for Chinese readers and thus neither watered-down nor designed to illustrate this or that dreary rule of linguistics. One can be really creative in teaching with this text. I have also found it useful in a workshop I teach on the art of ...
Glimpses into the Life and Heart of Marjorie Pay Hinckley
Deseret Book Company
"carry on" dear women
A borrowed book originally, I am getting this one to keep! I can read any page and find something that encourages me to be a better mother, church-member, and Christian. Sister Hinkley is a model of practicality, faith in Christ, and a loving and supportive mother, companion, and grandmother. When you need a boost-- look at this remarkable women's example and you will be inspired to "carry ...
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