The Shadow of Gethsemane: An Easter Poem by David Ramos

The shining light of our salvation began with one of the darkest moments in a garden. The Shadow of Gethsemane is a series of poems celebrating the sacrifice Jesus made when he gave his life for ours. In this short book, you will experience an emotional and powerful telling of the Easter story that will help you see it as never before. See the Easter experience from a dozen different points of view, imagine what it must have felt like for those responsible for burying our Lord, and feel the rush of excitement as Jesus proves once and for all that death cannot hold him!Get The Shadow of Gethsemane now and experience the beauty of Easter in a whole new way.

Author: David Ramos

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Craig The Boy Who Lives by Neville Sexton

‘This is a beautiful, unforgettably moving story about the true meaning of Life and Death… and what makes sense of both Love.’ – Gabriel Byrne, Hollywood Actor.

This book was presented at a private function to the Irish President Mary McAleese at her mansion in Aras An Uachtarain.

Associated featured Documentary, ‘Love Never Dies’ on ABC TV Australia:
‘The extraordinary story of a grieving father’s search for his son who, he is convinced, lives on in the after-life. Craig Sexton died aged 6 from an inoperable brain tumour. His devastated parents Neville and Barbara soon started experiencing a series of paranormal phenomena and are convinced it is their dead son communicating with them. Neville is not religious but is curious to hear other people’s take on his experiences, so embarks on a journey to find out what he can about the after-life. Among those he visits are a Catholic priest, exorcist and psychologist; a physicist; and, a woman who believes she experienced life after a near-death experience. All treat Neville’s experience respectfully, and the poignancy of the tragic loss of his son empowers his search for answers.’
http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s3451513.htm

“”This book is something that Barbara and I decided to do in memory of our beautiful son Craig. More than anything else in the world, we want this book to be a window into the life of a little boy who transformed our lives and the lives of many others who came to know him. We want the readers of this book to get a taste of the bright, thoughtful, cheeky, handsome, mischievous and witty little man who anchored such joy in our lives. Craig got to spend only six years and a little over three months with us before fate took his little hand and walked him away from this world and through to another. He was a wonderful child in life. And in death he has reached across the veil, even more wonderfully, to show us that he still lives on. He’s our special Craig: an incredible, beautiful, dearly loved little boy.”” …From the Introduction.

This is the true life story of how the love and loss of a child forever transformed and shaped the lives of those around him. When Craig Sexton died in 2006, only four months after being diagnosed with an inoperable and terminal brain tumor, he was just six years of age. Written by his father, Craig’s story is a moving and inspiring tale of a young boy’s life, his death, and his family’s realisation that he still lives on. Extraordinarily honest and revealing, Neville Sexton’s telling of their story is a must read.

Author: Neville Sexton

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Choices – The Andersen Saga (The Andersens Book 5) by Jacie Middlemann

Livia Andersen was a woman who held her family together with a quiet smile and an iron will. It’s been less than a month since her death and the four children she leaves behind grapple with the shifting changes in their lives now that she’s gone. But they are not alone. Trisha Slavik knows better than most that sometimes you don’t always get the answers you’re looking for. She knows too that all to often there may be no answers to be had at all. And that living with either isn’t always easy.As the oldest daughter of Claire Andersen Slavik she has always been the one to look out for things…and people. Especially family. Now when she least expects it she finds herself in the unenviable and completely unforeseen role of protecting someone she has the least desire to. And if she could avoid it she would. But it’s not just about him anymore. It’s about those closest to him. Noah Andersen is her mother’s oldest brother and a force to be reckoned with in his own right. She’s loved him all her life and just as importantly she respects him. He’s never given her reason not to. But now he wants answers about someone else’s role in the many petty but questionable events that took place in the months and years before her grandmother’s recent death. It is up to her to give him the answers he seeks and to somehow help him to understand that what is in the past needs to stay there. She suspects he has plenty of reasons to feel as he does and would be happy under any other circumstances to cheer him on in his efforts. But everyone in the family has dealt with their share of grief and the struggle to move past it has been harder for some more than others. Tricia knows any more discord within their extended family won’t help anyone and could do tremendous damage to others. The Andersen Saga is a story of family. It is a story about joy and loss, hope and sorrow, betrayal and regrets, unconditional forgiveness, high expectations, and unwavering loyalty. It reminds that at the heart of who we are is the family we come from, the family who stands behind and beside us and at times against us. And who we become isn’t just a result of those still with us but those too that we’ve lost along the way. It is about the twist and turns every family deals with, the conflicts from within, and the never ending desire for acceptance and respect.Choices is the fifth book in the ongoing Andersen Family Saga. Other books in the Andersen Family Saga include Betrayal, Resolute, Broken, Found, and Regrets. The Andersen Family Saga is a series of novellas, classified by Amazon as Short Reads. If you love sitting down with a novella style book you will love the Andersen Family Saga. These books fall between the forty-five minute to two hours reading time category of Amazon “Short Reads.”

Author: Jacie Middlemann

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Letters to the King’s Daughters: Messages for Girls by Sandra Dubois

In Letters to the King’s Daughters: Messages for Girls, Sandra K. Dubois writes to “tween” girls of the love God the Father, the King, has for his daughters. This book is intended to lead any girl who reads it, regardless of her situation or background, to the security and safety of her forever Father’s arms. It contains fifty devotion-style letters, each containing a Bible verse and a message. Hope, life, comfort, purpose and validation of girl’s value is the theme of this book.

Author: Sandra Dubois

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Maggie’s Story: Sweet Historical Christian Western Romance (Mail Order Brides of Black Horse Mesa Book 2) by Patricia PacJac Carroll

Margaret “Maggie” Fitzgerald is not going to wind up like a dried up old spinster. She agrees to an ad for a mail order bride and leaves for Thornton, Texas. Tom Logan doesn’t ever want to get married. Never. He wants to keep his freedom. And then there are the haunting images of the Indian raid and his mother’s lifeless body. He’s not about to love a woman and risk losing her in such a way.

Author: Patricia PacJac Carroll

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Haunted: A Psychic’s Story by Auriel Grace

Hi, my name is Auriel Grace, I am a psychic.I decided to write about hauntings and handy tips on how to bring ease to those who are facing a haunting of a place, object or person. I am writing from a psychic’s point of view.I am a practical psychic so you won’t find any far out and crazy advice here. I am writing this book to help everyone. So smile and enjoy!The first part of this book are the adventures and my experiences with hauntings. Many of my experiences have happened during the daytime.The second part of this book is advice from the Angelic Realm, Arch Angel Michael, Arch Angel Azreal & Archeia SerafinaThe third part of this book are handy tips that have worked for me with clearing haunted places, objects and people.

Author: Auriel Grace

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The story of my life by Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was born in the small village of Kraljevec, Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Croatia), where he grew up. As a young man, he lived in Weimar and Berlin, where he became a well-published scientific, literary, and philosophical scholar, known especially for his work with Goethe’s scientific writings. At the beginning of the twentieth century, he began to develop his early philosophical principles into an approach to systematic research into psychological and spiritual phenomena. Formally beginning his spiritual teaching career under the auspices of the Theosophical Society, Steiner came to use the term Anthroposophy (and spiritual science) for his philosophy, spiritual research, and findings. The influence of Steiner’s multifaceted genius has led to innovative and holistic approaches in medicine, various therapies, philosophy, religious renewal, Waldorf education, education for special needs, threefold economics, biodynamic agriculture, Goethean science, architec

Author: Rudolf Steiner

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