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It Only Gets Funnier: True Adventures of Bluewater Cruising By John “Luke” Lucarell
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John Lucarell started Bluewater and river boating in November 1971, and over the years, he’s enjoyed plenty of adventures. He shares the most exciting and entertaining ones in this book... More > chronicling his trips, many of which included his good friends Kevin and Shawn.The three met while they worked on dinner boats cruising the St. Johns River from Sanford, Florida, during the 1980s. In the spring of 1984, he joined several friends in chartering three Morgan sailboats to the Bahamas. Of the twelve people in his party, only four knew how to sail, and they were all in the same boat! What could possibly go wrong? On a trip from Central America to Florida, he encountered everything from inclement weather to a pirate scare off of Honduras. Four skiffs approached the boat, and the captain had to make evasive maneuvers. Join Lucarell and a cast of unforgettable characters as they cruise and see sights that most could not even imagine in It Only Gets Funnier.< Less
Joaquín the Hairless Dog By Teresa Pérez
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The origins of Joaquín, a dog whose condition leads him to a life of international travel and adventure.
Beach in City Island By David Ellis
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Since he has been living on the beach in City Island, David Ellis has not stopped writing about the beautiful place that he loves. Many of the poems in this book are on display around City Island... More > written on canvas and driftwood.< Less
To Speak Well of God: An Exposition of the Book of Job By John Pople
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It begins with the Divine injunction: “Have you considered my servant Job?” The Biblical drama of Job is haunting. A blameless man is tormented by ‘the Satan’: stripped of... More > wealth, status, possessions, health and children – all with God’s permission! Who is this Satan? More chilling still, who is this God? And why, despite this cataclysmic carnage, does the drama focus on the resulting argument between Job and his 3 friends? The ending of the drama seems no clearer. When God reveals Himself, what is He saying? Finally, God restores Job. Yet does this truly repair His permitted destruction of him? With its distinctive identification of the Satan, this interpretation offers unique insights into the classic interactions between God, Satan and the Righteous Man; revealing the Messianic message encoded within. Most importantly it lends reason to persevere in faith, as Job did; and speak well of God.< Less