Mature Bible Study topics & sermon notes. Table of Content may be viewed at http://www.webspawner.com/users/ttsv2/index.html.An advanced study... for Kings and Priests. A companion book to Laws... More > of Deliverance, From Proverbs.< Less
This contains commentaries on a wide myriad of subjects, from social conditions, to sex; from Christianity, to aliens, and how they interact; from demonics, to death and euthanasia.
There are also... More > several commentaries on legal issues, several of which are my own situations that you will probably find interesting, from how to fight city hall and win, to how to change your state! It can be done.< Less
A Tiny Teaching on Judgment, the Forgotten Commandment given to the New Testiment Kings on The Earth, who serve the King of Kings, Jesus Christ the Righteous. If you are not a King, this is not for... More > you. If you are a King, and you know it, this is for you. For discerning, mature, spirit-filled Chistians only! No vulgarity, nudity, or obscenities involved.
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MORE THAN MURDER is the true family saga behind my founding of FLORIDIANS FOR UNIFORM INTER-FAMILY LEGISLATION, an organization that collected over 3 million signatures, ushering in sweeping reforms... More > in Florida's divorce courts.
It is my, the "new wife's," story. I think you will find strength & courage in the resolve and spiritual growth it took not only to survive but to turn this experience now to seek more stringent Child Abuse laws throughout North America.
Quote from "SLANDER & DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER – The Great Crimes Of The Nineteenth Century." By Thomas D. Worrall  “Believe, as we do, that more sorrow, suffering, undeserved disgrace, and ruin, are caused by slander, than by all other crimes put together... we fail to find words sufficiently to paint the slanderer as black as we find him."
“The purest and best men, in all ages, have been those who have suffered most at the hands of the defamer and slanderer.”< Less
An Original Short Screen Play by Marilyn [Foran] Ellsworth, 2006. 11 characters, 9 sets.
Annie, a second-third grader, gets her first pet, a pig, and as she learns to take responsibility for it,... More > it teaches her many life lessons. These lessons not only give her an opportunity to become a working part of the family, but give her an opportunity to show her ingenuity and tenacity at a very early age, helping her parents attain a lifelong dream in the process.< Less