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THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE By GODSWORD GODSWILL ONU
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Something that is extraordinary is very much better, more beautiful, or more impressive than usual. To be extraordinary is to be very unusual or surprising, because it would normally be very unlikely... More > to happen or exist. The difference between ‘ordinary’ and ‘extraordinary’ is ‘extra’. The prefix – extra − is added to a word to say that it is outside and beyond the meaning of the word. Life in the Father, in His Son, in His Spirit, and in His Word, is an extraordinary life. This kind of life is foreign to unbelievers and careless/unbelieving Christians. The extraordinary life is the life which is beyond the ordinary life; it is beyond the natural life. It is the life that is more than the normal life. We are seated with Jesus Christ at the Right Hand of the Throne of God. And because we believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, we are to do the very things which He did – even greater things. This is the extraordinary life in operation.< Less
Heavenly Life By Robert Simms
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The Bible offers some fascinating glimpses into the nature of heaven, the place where Christians confidently anticipate being when they die. While most religions have some concept of a heavenly... More > existence, Christians believe the Bible is the authoritative revelation of God himself on the subject. "Heavenly Life" is a study of biblical teaching about heaven. What it says may surprise some; it will be very familiar to those who are real students of the scriptures; it will further excite all believers in Jesus Christ. It may even prompt some who aren't yet Christians to look more closely at who Jesus is. For heaven is reserved for those who heed Jesus' words in John 14:6: "I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father but by me."< Less
Food For Life By Seymour Koblin
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Daily food provides fuel and energy for any activity we pursue. What we put into our bodies influences the quality of our lives. “You are what you eat” provides a metaphoric reminder... More > that food choices influence all of our personal actions. “Be” in our shared dream of vital health and inner happiness. "Great Life" implies expansiveness. Macrobiotic eating embraces the view that because of our position at the top of the food chain, humans are the only species on earth that have the luxury of eating any food we choose. There is literally nothing on this planet earth that is forbidden in the macrobiotic diet. Perhaps those of you who have read or heard about macrobiotics may be surprised by this statement. It’s the “You Can Eat Anything You Want” diet, that includes an awareness of consequences related to the ups and downs that result from food and lifestyle choices.< Less
The Life of an Octogenarian By Bertha Lee Redden Shaw
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Nearing the end of her life, 83 year old Bertha Redden was asked by her daughter to write her life story. In 1960 she sat down and produced a surprisingly engaging hand-written manuscript.... More > Although she has been gone over 50 years, her story propels us into the “good old days”. Her memories of a simple life in a small town are a celebration of two lives; young Bertha and her sturdy mother, Susannah. Her story is filled with detailed descriptions of life on a small farm in the horse and buggy days. It is told with warmth by the youngest of four children raised by an industrious Civil War widow. Book also includes many photos of Traders Point from the collection of Traders Point resident Eddie Hightshue. Edited by Ross Reller of Traders Point< Less
The Life of an Octogenarian By Bertha Lee Redden Shaw
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Nearing the end of her life, 83 year old Bertha Redden was asked by her daughter to write her life story. In 1960 she sat down and produced a surprisingly engaging hand-written manuscript.... More > Although she has been gone over 50 years, her story propels us into the “good old days”. Her memories of a simple life in a small town are a celebration of two lives; young Bertha and her sturdy mother, Susannah. Her story is filled with detailed descriptions of life on a small farm in the horse and buggy days. It is told with warmth by the youngest of four children raised by an industrious Civil War widow. Book also includes many photos of Traders Point from the collection of Traders Point resident Eddie Hightshue. Edited by Ross Reller of Traders Point< Less
Food For Life By Seymour Koblin
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Daily food provides fuel and energy for any activity we pursue. What we put into our bodies influences the quality of our lives. “You are what you eat” provides a metaphoric reminder... More > that food choices influence all of our personal actions. “Be” in our shared dream of vital health and inner happiness. "Great Life" implies expansiveness. Macrobiotic eating embraces the view that because of our position at the top of the food chain, humans are the only species on earth that have the luxury of eating any food we choose. There is literally nothing on this planet earth that is forbidden in the macrobiotic diet. Perhaps those of you who have read or heard about macrobiotics may be surprised by this statement. It’s the “You Can Eat Anything You Want” diet, that includes an awareness of consequences related to the ups and downs that result from food and lifestyle choices. Macrobiotics focuses on the balancing principles found in nature to determine which foods will best support one’s health and lifestyle.< Less
MY LIFE By TJ Mauldin
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Languages Spanish Vocabulary Basics History & Culture Pronunciation & Conversation Writing Skills Grammar English as a Second Language French German Italian Japanese Mandarin Russian VIEW... More > MORE by Gerald Erichsen Updated June 12, 2018 Obviously, you're not going to be able to say everything you want to say with only 100 Spanish words — although you could do surprisingly well with fewer than 1,000. But if you can learn these 100 words and understand how they're used, you'll be a long way toward being able to communicate freely in Spanish. Definitions below are for quick reference; all the words can be translated in additional ways. Top 100 Spanish Words 1. gracias (thanks) 2. ser (to be) 3. a (to) 4. ir (to go) 5. estar (to be) 6. bueno (good) 7. de (of, from) 8. su (your, her, his, their)< Less
Amanda’s Love After Life By Rebeka Looker
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Russell Manning is handsome and intelligent; he always knows the right thing to say. As he goes about his days as a college student, Russell is completely unaware that a dead woman is in love with... More > him. Amanda Bell—who has never seen another spirit since she died fifteen years earlier—has been following Russell since he was eight. She is always with him, watching as he matures, falls in and out of love, and learns independence. But when Russell strikes up a conversation with Tiffany Kendall, Amanda notices a man watching from a distance and realizes she has finally met another spirit. Vince, who is Tiffany’s older brother, cannot stand Russell. As Russell and Tiffany’s relationship progresses, Amanda and Vince embark on their own journey in which each discovers that although they are dead, their emotions are still very much alive. In this contemporary romance, two spirits desperate to see those they left behind find happiness soon realize that nothing can stop true love—even death.< Less
Amanda’s Love after Life By Rebeka Looker
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Russell Manning is handsome and intelligent; he always knows the right thing to say. As he goes about his days as a college student, Russell is completely unaware that a dead woman is in love with... More > him. Amanda Bell—who has never seen another spirit since she died fifteen years earlier—has been following Russell since he was eight. She is always with him, watching as he matures, falls in and out of love, and learns independence. But when Russell strikes up a conversation with Tiffany Kendall, Amanda notices a man watching from a distance and realizes she has finally met another spirit. Vince, who is Tiffany’s older brother, cannot stand Russell. As Russell and Tiffany’s relationship progresses, Amanda and Vince embark on their own journey in which each discovers that although they are dead, their emotions are still very much alive. In this contemporary romance, two spirits desperate to see those they left behind find happiness soon realize that nothing can stop true love—even death.< Less
A flying life ‘Life is stranger than fiction’ By Lloyd Edwards
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Living a slightly 'unconventional childhood' whilst dreaming of flight, a boyish ambition to fly is realised. The stories are happy, sad, surprising and exciting just as life is. Life can be stranger... More > than fiction and coincidence or chance reigns supreme. It covers a life time of flight from childhood to middle age. Building model aircraft as a child to gaining a pilot's licence and flying home built aircraft. It later touches on working for an airline as a steward and motorcycling from Cornwall to Heathrow. A short romantic thread completes the strange spectrum of life.< Less

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