Passover Story – The Boy Who Helped Moses by Rachel Mintz

The Passover Story told from a child perspective, a child who helps Moses during the exciting events of the Exodus from Egypt. Eli is the youngest son in a Hebrew slave family in Egypt. One day he sees how Moses the prince of Egypt beats an Egyptian guard. From there onward, Eli and Moses go through the Passover story together, Eli is Moses right hand assistant. The story describes the main events of the biblical story through the eyes of Eli, in a easy plot most kids can connect with and follow.

Author: Rachel Mintz

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New Era Community by Agni Yoga Society

New Era Community is the third book from the Agni Yoga Series which is composed of fourteen books. In them is found a synthesis of ancient Eastern beliefs and modern Western thought and a bridge between the spiritual and the scientific. Unlike previous yogas, Agni Yoga is a path not of physical disciplines, meditation, or asceticism—but of practice in daily life. It is the yoga of fiery energy, of consciousness, of responsible, directed thought. It teaches that the evolution of the planetary consciousness is a pressing necessity and that, through individual striving, it is an attainable aspiration for mankind. It affirms the existence of the Hierarchy of Light and the center of the Heart as the link with the Hierarchy and with the far-off worlds. Though not systematized in an ordinary sense, Agni Yoga is a Teaching that helps the discerning student to discover moral and spiritual guide-posts by which to learn to govern his or her life and thus contribute to the Common Good. For this reason Agni Yoga has been called a “living ethics.”Agni Yoga Society, Inc., New York

Author: Agni Yoga Society

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Believe – The Andersen Saga (The Andersens Book 14) by Jacie Middlemann

Livia Andersen was a woman who held her family together with a quiet smile and an iron will. It’s only been months since her death and the four children she leaves behind continue to grapple with the shifting changes in their lives now that she’s gone especially her youngest daughter, Claire. Claire Andersen Slavik came to her lakeside cabin shortly after her mother’s death. She needed the refuge it offered her at a time when little else did. She’s had several visitors over the last several months including Scott Patterson, a close friend of her brother and the rest of the Andersen family.When Scott arrives for an unexpected visit because of family news he wants Claire to hear from him first she realizes her feelings for him are changing.But even as her feelings for Scott grow, her memories of the man she loved for so many years are never far away. Rick was gone but never from her heart. And she was slowly coming to realize that Rick would have wanted more for her than what she’d allowed for herself.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.Believe is the fourteenth book in the ongoing Andersen Family Saga. Other books in the Andersen Family Saga include Betrayal, Resolute, Broken, Found, Choices, Regrets, Remember, Forgiven, Truths, Always, Expectations, Decisions, and Disillusioned.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 enjoy the Andersen Family Saga series. These books fall between the forty-five minute to two hours reading time category of Amazon “Short Reads.”

Author: Jacie Middlemann

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Post-Panic Pragmatics: How You Can Avoid Being Leveled by the Next Financial Panic and Its Aftermath… and Yes, There Will Be One! by Elizabeth Towne

Core Article Length: 5,569 WordsDo you know someone who was leveled by the last financial panic and its aftermath? Were you? Want to insulate yourself from the next one? You can. In this exclusive, special enhanced version of Post-Panic Pragmatics by Elizabeth Towne, you’ll learn how you can avoid being leveled by the next financial panic and its aftermath… and yes, there will be one!As a result of the last financial panic (2007-2008) and its aftermath, which some refer to as the “Great Recession”, quite a number of good, well-meaning folks have lost their jobs, their businesses, their cars, their homes, and their self-respect. Hopefully, you’re not among them.It’s for those folks and all those who lay awake at night worrying they might be next that this article on the subject was done.This exclusive article is divided into three parts:In Part 1, you’ll find Post-Panic Pragmatics, a rare 1908 article by Elizabeth Towne, who was Wallace D. Wattles’ primary publisher, that appeared in her monthly magazine The Nautilus, which was the leading new thought periodical of its day. What she wrote in that article over one hundred years ago is as true today as it was then.In Part 2, Tony Mase, a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, will comment on Mrs. Towne’s excellent article to help you get the most from it and put it in its proper perspective.In Part 3, Tony will share with you six things you need to start doing now to avoid being leveled by the next financial panic and its resulting aftermath.About Elizabeth TowneElizabeth Towne (1865-1960), who’s best known for her monthly magazine The Nautilus, the leading new thought periodical of its day, was a very influential writer, editor, and publisher in the new thought and self-development movements from the late 19th through the mid-20th century.About Tony MaseTony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich. He used Wallace D. Wattles’ principles to make more progress in just a couple of years, both personally and in business, than he did in the previous thirty years combined.Want to Avoid Being Leveled by the Next Financial Panic and Its Aftermath?Then…Scroll up, click or tap the buy button, and start panic proofing yourself today!

Author: Elizabeth Towne

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Kundalini and the Morning Star: Suffering, Miracles and Enlightenment by Robert Keith

If you or a loved one are suffering from mental illness (such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, OCD or even psychosis), this book will help guide you to achieve genuine healing. It is also a helpful tool for therapists, clergy and all seekers who wish to understand the roots of mental illness and their relationship with spirituality. It was written by a man who spent nearly 35 years searching for the truth that heals. His spiritual journey included battling various mental conditions, including panic attacks, clinical depression and psychosis, that involved multiple descents into the depths of fear and despair. These battles often ended in miraculous healing events which proved to him that God exists, Jesus lives, and there is no death.

Based on the author’s research and personal experience, there are two levels of understanding that are needed for deep healing from mental illness (which is spiritual illness). The first level is an understanding of the root trauma that caused the illness. The book elucidates how a lack of awareness of such trauma represents a serious impediment to healing and perpetuates abuse from generation to generation. The process of healing through the first level of understanding, assisted by divine grace, reconnects us with our innate divinity and self-love. Self-compassion (as distinct from self-pity) is crucial during this phase of healing. This prepares us for the second level of understanding, which entails a realization of our true identity and power. The book helps us recognize that we are divinely loving and powerful creative beings. We are spiritual beings having a human experience, and guilt is a figment of the ego. Mental illness is not possible in the presence of this complete self-acceptance, which is the hallmark of psycho-spiritual health.

About the Author: Robert Keith Rinne was born and raised in Canada. He was an overachiever and enrolled in medical school, but dropped out due to social anxiety disorder. He then completed a graduate degree in the natural sciences and obtained employment in the field. During his spiritual journey, Robert read hundreds of books concerning psychological and spiritual illness and recovery. He and his wife have raised four children. As a family, they were always open about Robert’s struggles and their individual spiritual journeys. Robert is now semi-retired and enjoys life (medication-free) in the southwest of France. He continues to offer spiritual counseling through his website (www.thehealingtruth.org).

Author: Robert Keith

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Why the Gospel is the Best News Ever! (The Not Confused Series Book 2) by Gavin Cox

The Gospel is the good news about who Jesus is, what He did, and why He did it. What He did was so extraordinary, and its impact so enormous, that it will effect everything for all time. This book describes the richness of the Gospel, and outlines what the Gospel does when believed, for the Gospel believed is the power of God unleashed in one’s life.

This book explores exactly what the Gospel is – what is meant by this Good News. It then goes on to explore what the Gospel does, for in his introduction to the book of Romans, Paul the apostle tells us that, “the Gospel is the power of God for salvation for everyone who believes”. As you read you’ll discover why the Gospel is timelessly and universally applicable, how it saves, and what the innumerable benefits of that salvation are. The Gospel’s greatness lies in the simple fact that it is the continuous application of that which the Lord accomplished through the crucifixion, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. “Why the Gospel is the Best News Ever!” takes time to celebrate the rich, multi-faceted, eternal beauty of who Jesus is, and of what He has done!

Author: Gavin Cox

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Leap of Faith by Melissa Tarantino

Everything is going wrong in Mary Beth’s life. The ultimate insult comes when she finds out her first boyfriend has another girlfriend. She thinks her life is over, but her best friend Angela won’t give up on her. A decision to take a leap of faith changes everything.

Author: Melissa Tarantino

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Lone Wolf by Sam Finden

The mountains of Montana are a dangerous place, but 22 year-old Daniel Foss feels right at home. He has been hired to control wolves on a well-known cattle ranch and is ready for the challenge. But before he can begin, his world is turned upside down when he finds himself responsible for a fair-haired city girl, Marissa, lost and alone in the wilderness.Bears and wolves are suddenly the least of Daniel’s problems. Now, with the end of his adventure in sight, he has to answer a difficult question:Is there room in his rough, solitary life for another person?

Author: Sam Finden

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Ruby Drops: Reflections of a Rainbow on Ripples by Naseha Sameen

I wish they were poems. They are not. They are cries of my soul and happiness that dropped from my eyes as tears. They are witness to my flight of freedom and testimony of my shackles. I am but a rainbow, made of smile and tears, so are the Ruby Drops. These are feeling of a girl growing up. It has elements of fairly tales, the Prince Charming, to monsters to facing reality of life. It is a journey of smiles and tears.

Author: Naseha Sameen

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