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Scripture study is one of the keys to receiving revelation, but in today's busy world, it's never been more difficult – or more essential–to study the scriptures and be guided by the Spirit. Experienced teacher; speaker; and unabashed technology geek Richard Bernard Takes you on a journey of discovery that will lead you to being able to study the scriptures using your mobile device in just 7 minutes a day.
This fascinating book provides key details and information on the lost and forgotten power of plants.
Drugged and kidnapped, Shera finds herself on a ship to Morocco to serve the Sultan. Abandoned and alone, Shera must find a way to escape and confront the people who betrayed her. She gets help from an unlikely source: the man who kidnapped her. When their partnership turns to love, the two must face constant danger to endure. But will they ever be free?
A Mystery unfolds when pizza delivery boys along with their pizzas keep disappearing, mostly pepperoni pizzas. Keah is puzzled by strange noises that happen around the apartment building where she lives. With the help of her friends, Keah is determined to find out why these things are happening before her family get back from the cruise.
Elevators In My Mind is a revealing memoir by Jarray Davis that details his time spent in prison and his attempt to pay his debt back to society. The time may have been easy for those brought up in the lifestyle, but for the youngest son of a middle-class family... The transition proved difficult, to say the least. Jarray Davis embarks on an intellectual journey, which will lead to a freedom more profound than any that could be granted by a legal authority. One question still remains; will his...
Published in January 2020, Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures is the debut book from author Leon Stevens. It is an eclectic mix of poetry, prose, and short stories.
After her father’s accident, Corrie Lancaster moves back to the family farm just in time to help with the harvest. With a bumper crop of wheat waiting, the farm’s only hired hand quits, leaving Corrie with no choice but to accept the help of her old boyfriend’s older brother, Aaron Tuttle. It seems like the perfect plan until Corrie realizes ex-flame Luke isn’t over her. But even with Luke’s apologies and attempts to rekindle their romance, Corrie can’t forget his past betrayal.
As the people of Annecy in the French Alps meet the Gestapo’s brutality with surprising resistance, a teen-aged girl cannot rest until she solves the mystery of a death in her family. Aurelie watches as her father places a shrouded body on the North side of the roof of the family home. It’s winter, under a Nazi-declared state of siege, and they must wait until the spring thaw for the burial. But who died? And why is no one speaking to her anymore? Aurelie cannot rest until she discovers the...
Retired CIA officer Tim Hall drinks heavily to forget the few troubles he can actually remember. Still suffering from the car crash that killed his wife and stole his memories, he volunteers for a medical trial to recover the mysteries of his past. But after he wakes from a blackout lasting days, he’s convinced two sinister men are hunting him down…
This is a love story of a mature man and a young married woman. Is it modern Lolita or something other? Can a significant age difference be an obstacle to their desire to be happy? Will they be able to resist the temptation? Won’t the hot passion burn our characters down? What do the heroes of the novel feel and think about? It all started as the usual internet acquaintance. Or maybe not quite usual?