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Murdo Murchison’s life turned upside down on August 30th, 2016 when he collapsed with a massive seizure. Within six hours he held the result of a CT scan showing a two-centimeter tumor in his brain. This book brings together tales from Murdo’s life: humorous exploits from his Highland childhood, experiences from his career as a business owner, and stories about his family and friends. Although these stories are written as he faces a life cut short, each chapter pulsates with a love for his Lord and Saviour and a sweet realism as he recounts the lessons he has learned during a life well-lived.
Miriam, a widow in Judea, has only one hope for survival: she must go to Capernaum and live as a beggar.
On her way to the city, she is viciously attacked and left for dead. A leper, an unlikely and dangerous hero, saves her life but Miriam’s journey has only begun. Miriam’s resilience and faith are tested again and again.
Meeting unlikely friends along the way, Miriam’s path winds from Capernaum to the Sea of Galilee to Jerusalem. As she searches for friends and security, she eventually meets a man named Jesus of Nazareth.
By His miracles and teaching, Miriam and her friends finally find something to believe in. But can they overcome the doubt and treachery that lurks in Jerusalem?
Realistic friendships, love interests, conflict, and bonding friendships await in Of Friends and Followers, historical fiction from author S.A. Jewell.
Titus uncovers a plot to attack the nation’s capital with chemical weapons.
Can he convince a Syrian asset to help him stop the deadly attack?
Encountering a shooter . . .
CIA officer Titus Ray arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the incident is connected to a Hezbollah plot to use chemical weapons on an American city, Titus jeopardizes his own career to interrogate the killer and learn the truth.
Exposing a General. . .
After the shooter reveals the identity of an Iranian deep-cover operative living in Washington, D.C., Titus embarks on an intelligence operation spanning two continents and exposing an Iranian general obsessed with destroying America.
Where God has worked, the people have prayed. Hannah pleaded for a son and received Samuel. Elijah called on God and saw the fire come down. Paul and Silas prayed and the prison shook.
Why do some prayers move mountains and others, barely stones? In Prevailing Prayer, one of the greatest evangelists of all time explains the elements of biblical, powerful prayer. A treasure trove of stories and illustrations, it will renew your desire to pray and guide you in best practices.
For those who wonder where the power is, who long to see new spiritual depths, who need reminding that God can change a life, Prevailing Prayer is an inspiration to pray humbly and often—to seek by prayer to “move the Arm that moves the world.”
Heartfelt, incisive, and timeless, The Confessions of Saint Augustine has captivated readers for more than fifteen hundred years. Retelling the story of his long struggle with faith and ultimate conversion — the first such spiritual memoir ever recorded — Saint Augustine traces a story of sin, regret, and redemption that is both deeply personal and, at the same time, universal.
Starting with his early life, education, and youthful indiscretions, and following his ascent to influence as a teacher of rhetoric in Hippo, Rome, and Milan, Augustine is brutally honest about his proud and ambitious youth. In time, his early loves grow cold and the luster of worldly success fades, leaving him filled with a sense of inner absence, until a movement toward Christian faith takes hold, eventually leading to conversion and the flourishing of a new life. Philosophically and theologically brilliant, sincere in its feeling, and both grounded in history and strikingly contemporary in its resonance, The Confessions of Saint Augustine is a timeless classic that will persist as long as humanity continues to long for meaning in life and peace of soul.