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Divine Spark By Frank MacHovec
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There are many kinds of intelligence, not just "school smarts," such as Mozart in music, Shakespeare with words, and Einstein in science. Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad shared a high... More > spiritual intelligence (SI) though they expressed it individually. This book describes SI as a universal inherent trait and how it can be further developed, with examples from history, excerpts from science and the humanities, and many self-help exercises.< Less
DIVINE SPARK By Frank MacHovec
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The latest theory of intelligence is that it is multiple, not just the scholastic aptitude or “school smarts” of IQ tests. The great composers had high levels of musical intelligence,... More > great writers linguistic intelligence, Olympic gold medalists body-kinesthetic intelligence, and the lives and works of Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad reflected high spiritual intelligence (SIQ). This book explains SIQ, in past and recent history, with self-help exercises to identify and further develop your own SIQ.< Less
The Divine Spark - rainforest messenger By Leo Heming
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A young Orangutan learns to speak. She tells of the destruction of her native rainforest and the leaders of the World listen.
The Anointing Divine By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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“The promise of the Father” was a long-standing promise, and therefore, a long-standing hope. The point, of course, which is so impressive, is this, that ... all the meaning and value of... More > Christ, in every respect, was only made effective here by the coming of the Holy Spirit... If He “did not go away, the Spirit would not come”; it was “expedient that He should go away” for that very reason, surely indicating and implying that all that He had come to do, and did, waited for its practical effectiveness in the coming of the Spirit. Christ’s life, Christ’s work, and Christ’s power as Son of Man here, was dependent entirely upon the anointing. He fulfilled all His ministry in dependence upon the anointing, by all that the anointing meant. It was true in His case, and the Word of God bears that out abundantly, it must be all the more true, certainly equally true, in the case of the church; that the church’s life and work, ministry and power rest solely upon the anointing of the Holy Spirit.< Less
A Spark In The Night By Annee Jawor
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Allegories and Inspirations from Annee and the Angels. Once upon a time, divine angels excitedly prepared to enter the world known as earth. Each angel took great care in preparing extraordinary... More > contracts. These contracts were intricately structured and synchronized conceptually with all the other angels who would enter the earthly lives of each other. Among these groups were angels chosen to be family members, friends, acquaintances and others who would serve the higher purpose of each angel’s lesson. All the while, the angel’s true identity would be hidden from them. The angels highlighted in this book have all played a role in the life of International Psychic Medium Annee Jawor, and are the inspirations for the allegories and inspirations contained within.< Less
Four Greatnesses of Divine Revelation By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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Most of our troubles are due to our smallness. Paul recognized that enlargement was the solution to those very great problems at Corinth, and you know what the problems were and the difficulties... More > which confronted him. ...It is true so often that the collapse of things in different realms has been because there was no one big enough to cope with them. If only there had been someone of adequate measure to grapple with it, the situation would have been saved. This is a day when all sorts of maladies are troubling the Church and upsetting Christianity. We need not mention them, for we are conscious of them, but they are mainly due to a lack of spiritual greatness, or, to put it again the other way, they are due to pettiness and smallness. The only way out is enlargement, a new horizon, and a new sense of the greatness of that into which we, as Christians, are brought.< Less
The Meaning of Divine Life By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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We will confine ourselves to the third chapter of John for the present, and that which is brought before us in this chapter is undoubtedly the life of the new creation, and that life is Christ. The... More > concern of Nicodemus is evidently the concern about the kingdom of God. He does not use the phrase, nor mention the kingdom so far as is recorded, but the Lord Jesus quite clearly saw what Nicodemus was interested in, and that was the kingdom of God, as would be the case with every true Israelite. So the Lord Jesus, reading his heart, and knowing his mind, immediately took up the whole question of seeing and entering the kingdom of God, and proceeded to point out to Nicodemus that this was not a kingdom into which anyone could be born by nature, not even though he were of the stock of Israel, and a ruler in Israel at that.< Less
Doldrums and the Divine Breath By Carl Johnson
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Dull lives won't cut it. Do you ever feel passionless or uninspired? Does your heart feel listless and despondent? This is a book about the Divine Breath—the original source of creativity... More > and the birthplace of inspiration. The moment you became a living soul, this very breath sparked your life into being, and continually sparks it today. It’s inside of you still, waiting to be uncovered and unleashed. You can feel alive and inspired again.< Less
Art of Divine Contentment By Thomas Watson & Rev Terry Kulakowski, Editor
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“Man is born unto trouble, as the sparks fly upward;” therefore we all need to learn the same lesson as Paul. “I have learned,” he said “in whatsoever state I am,... More > therewith to be content,” Philippians 4. 11. Believers, especially, wish to attain to a holy equanimity in their tribulations and under the stresses caused by our increasingly secular society. In this volume we have a full exposition, by the Puritan, Thomas Watson, of the above verse of Scripture, originally preached during his ministry as rector of St Stephen’s, Wallbrook, London Puritan preachers, having an eye to the practice of their hearers, built their heart-searching application of the truth upon sound biblical doctrine. This characteristic is evident in The Art of Divine Contentment; as is also the fact that Watson was the “master of a terse, vigorous style and of a beauty of expression< Less
Art of Divine Contentment By Thomas Watson
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“Man is born unto trouble, as the sparks fly upward;” therefore we all need to learn the same lesson as Paul. “I have learned,” he said “in whatsoever state I am,... More > therewith to be content,” Philippians 4. 11. Believers, especially, wish to attain to a holy equanimity in their tribulations and under the stresses caused by our increasingly secular society. In this volume we have a full exposition, by the Puritan, Thomas Watson, of the above verse of Scripture, originally preached during his ministry as rector of St Stephen’s, Wallbrook, London Puritan preachers, having an eye to the practice of their hearers, built their heart-searching application of the truth upon sound biblical doctrine. This characteristic is evident in The Art of Divine Contentment; as is also the fact that Watson was the “master of a terse, vigorous style and of a beauty of expression< Less

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