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Notes With Silence By Novelty Fiction
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In his essay "Music and I," Haruo Kato shares with us how his interest in music survived extremely difficult conditions during World War Two in Japan. Maple Klockgether has written an... More > entertaining essay, "Science and Music," about her experiences at a symposium dealing with the neuroscience of music. Nadine AuCoin, who is a songwriter as well as a fiction writer, shares in the essay "A Little Piece of Heaven" her views on the creative process, on what role music plays in her life, and more. Jytte Rand, who has been singing in choirs and playing the piano since childhood, writes in the essay "A Tribute to the Music" about the excitement of participating in live music performances. Adrian Lavelle has written a captivating short story, "Screamers," inspired by bizarre real-life events. Roman Trend's classic novella "Harpsichord" is a riveting, playful tale in which love, theater, and the devotion to music all contribute to an escalating series of dramatic events.< Less
Being Creation By Sarah Rivera
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Being Creation is the testimony of a young woman writing to an unknown audience, prompted by a divine commission to road trip through the Pacific West Coast. With a clear direction but no clear... More > purpose, she records her experiences and communication with the Triune God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Throughout thirty-two days of travel she encounters loneliness, people, provision, revelation and joy as she proclaims the struggle and wonderment of faith. As she contemplates the risk of following Him, Jesus reveals Himself through vision, voice and word to display His devotion to humanity. While meditating on our reflection of a perfect man, she confidently concludes her responsibility as a human being: to live a life intimately knowing and loving Jesus Christ. The voice of God shines through to reveal His affirming love and desire for not only her, but for His church and each individual of creation. Follow this journey of emotion and prayer as the Holy Spirit reveals himself from daily musings to vital truth.< Less
what manner of love! By cm taylor
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This book is dedicated to my friends going through chemo and radiation and others who, like me, suffer from a chronic affliction. Sometimes we don't give God much thought or attention until we need... More > Him. Then, we go through all kinds of conniptions about whether He will hear us and help us because we know what our attitude toward Him has been like. And, there it is: He still loves us. There are 31 days worth of stuff in this book. They say it takes 30 days to break and make habits. You get an extra day to lock it in. LOL If you are reading the paperback version, there are pages at the end of each devotion called Love Notes on which you can write prayers and thoughts. People will be praying for you. God will use wherever we are when we finally pay attention to Him to show His love toward us and give us another opportunity to fully belong to Him and be more…be His son, be His daughter – forever.< Less
The Beast Who Once Was: New Insight into End Times Prophecy By Chris Relitz
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The Bible says that there was a beginning of things, and that there will be an end. Near the end we will see a hero and a villain arise, the son of God will battle the son of Satan. The prophecies in... More > the Bible have a great deal to say about this, but one prophecy has been overlooked... until now. "I will explain to you the mystery of the beast who once was, now is not, and yet will come. This calls for a mind with wisdom (Revelation 17: 7- 9)." Here we are told that the Beast, the son of Satan, once lived, but at one time he was not alive, and that he would live again. The Beast will seem to recover from a fatal wound (Revelation 13: 3). Not a nearly fatal wound. He will seem to recover from death! In the end times he will be seen to rise from the grave in imitation of Jesus Christ. Who was the Beast? But more importantly, why is that mysterious fraternity of Freemasons preparing to come to his aid? We will examine their own writings and rituals to confirm that they are devoted to the Beast who once was.< Less
New Testament Verses Clarified by Old Testament Verses By Dr. Bruce A. Klein, Th.D.
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This book has the value of a commentary. A different kind of commentary; it uses the Old Testament verses as commentary on a New Testament verse. It is composed of New Testament verses found in the... More > left hand column with Old Testament verses in the right hand column. Every quote from the Old Testament found in the New Testament is given. Plus, many O.T. verses are given to interpret the teaching(s) found in the New Testament verse. The context for the New Testament is the Old Testament. Old Testament verses are the schoolmaster. The O. T. verses should be used to interpret the N. T. verses. This book can be used as a devotional by reading portions daily then meditating on those Scriptures. This book is a great reference tool for writing sermons and Bible studies. There are untold gems to be gleaned by comparing the Old Testament and the New Testament! This is the way Jesus, Peter, Paul, etc. taught in the synagogues; they quoted from the O.T. giving N.T. application and meaning.< Less
Bleeding words By Marieta Maglas
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My name is Marieta Maglas. I have been writing poems since my early years. My favorite poet is Alfred Lord Tennyson. What I’ve developed is a real, tangible morality that takes us from the... More > ground up and rebuilds our whole concept of good and evil according to a standard we can all agree on, because we live by it already. I reflected on this solitary truth retrieved from the clutches of the evil demon. I think, I exist.I will put this brick into the first corner, as my foundation stone.And I realized that I must devote my life to cultivating reason and to revealing to mankind the truth with invincible proofs. My love is a conceptual metaphor,my love is a butterfly,my love is like a burning flame,my love for you is unchangeable. My book is a collection of poems on love and rebirth and it focuses ,in large part , on genuine and honest feelings ,moreover, my book is an insightful and sensitive reflection of what lives in the hearts of us all and I hope that it will captivate reader's minds .< Less
Bleeding words By Marieta Maglas
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My name is Marieta Maglas. I have been writing poems since my early years. My favorite poet is Alfred Lord Tennyson. What I’ve developed is a real, tangible morality that takes us from the... More > ground up and rebuilds our whole concept of good and evil according to a standard we can all agree on, because we live by it already. I reflected on this solitary truth retrieved from the clutches of the evil demon. I think, I exist.I will put this brick into the first corner, as my foundation stone.And I realized that I must devote my life to cultivating reason and to revealing to mankind the truth with invincible proofs. My love is a conceptual metaphor,my love is a butterfly,my love is like a burning flame,my love for you is unchangeable. My book is a collection of poems on love and rebirth and it focuses ,in large part , on genuine and honest feelings ,moreover, my book is an insightful and sensitive reflection of what lives in the hearts of us all and I hope that it will captivate reader's minds .< Less
Let Our Eyes Linger By Hayes Davis
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Let Our Eyes Linger delves deeply into the author’s life as son, grandson, father, husband, artist, and schoolteacher while illuminating currents of racial identity and the plight of other... More > black men. These include Jim, the runaway slave from Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, who speaks here in his own in poems that deepen one of the most complicated and controversial characters in American Literature.  Reginald Dwayne Betts calls Let Our Eyes Linger “a testament to how the stories we tell ourselves to get through the day can become the poetry that speaks to more than our own existence.” Joshua Wiener praises poems “that dramatize the contingencies of family; of its direct influence on the kinds of language we speak…that draw honestly the flight of eros from the domestic scene, as well as the endurance of love & devotion.” Toi Derricote writes that “Davis’ poems invite comparisons with Robert Hayden and Gwendolyn Brooks’ poems of 20th century family life.”< Less
Bleeding words By Marieta Maglas
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My name is Marieta Maglas. I have been writing poems since my early years. My favorite poet is Alfred Lord Tennyson. What I’ve developed is a real, tangible morality that takes us from the... More > ground up and rebuilds our whole concept of good and evil according to a standard we can all agree on, because we live by it already. I reflected on this solitary truth retrieved from the clutches of the evil demon. I think, I exist.I will put this brick into the first corner, as my foundation stone.And I realized that I must devote my life to cultivating reason and to revealing to mankind the truth with invincible proofs. My love is a conceptual metaphor,my love is a butterfly,my love is like a burning flame,my love for you is unchangeable. My book is a collection of poems on love and rebirth and it focuses ,in large part , on genuine and honest feelings ,moreover, my book is an insightful and sensitive reflection of what lives in the hearts of us all and I hope that it will captivate reader's minds .< Less
50 Greatest Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins By Gerard Manley Hopkins
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Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in London in 1844.His father was a writer and poet who founded a Marine Insurance firm . After University he underwent a conversion to the Catholic Church which... More > estranged him from his family and some of his friends. In pursuit of his new faith he gave up poetry and began teaching until deciding to become a Jesuit Priest. His gradual acceptance years later, that writing poetry was not inconsistent with his devotion to God led him to produce some of his finest poetry. However the return to teaching and his move to Dublin to became a professor of Greek literature led to a periods of depression until his death in 1889. In the 20th Century Hopkins poetry was acclaimed for its striking imagery and use of language which contrasted greatly with the general trends of 19th Century poetry. He was seen as a precursor of modernist and free verse poetry which would greatly influence later poets such as T.S Eliot, W.H Auden and Dylan Thomas.< Less

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