Jesus loves people. Wouldn't it make sense that those who claim to love Jesus would love the same people Jesus loves? Nouns need verbs, a requirement that's more than just a grammatical truth; it's a spiritual truth.
The noun Christian and the noun church require action verbs to fulfill their purpose. That's why Jesus invites Christians and churches everywhere to perform the greatest action of all: loving people. Jesus Prom is an extravagant party that celebrates the very people Jesus died to love. You will laugh and cry as you move through the pages of this book, and by the end of it, you'll want to join the dance.
Il Taccuino Rosso: un diario che non descrive le giornate disperse nell’urgenza dei gesti, ma le emozioni che sanno lasciare impronte profonde dentro l’anima e il cuore, non disprezzando i piaceri della carne. Un insieme di pensieri e fantasie che esplodono dentro fino a trasformarsi in parole, gocce d’inchiostro a sporcare pagine di vita in cui rileggersi, ritrovarsi e riconoscersi, nella paura di disperdersi nel vuoto, nella continua ricerca di se stessi, negata dagli obblighi dei giorni. Uno sfogo dell’anima quando butta via la maschera davanti allo specchio di se… 12 storie in una storia che si racconta da sé…
Famous Psychic Miracle Swanson can read everyone’s aura but her own. When Blake walks into Miracle Swanson's office she is shocked and aroused, but saddened. Blake’s son had died in a car accident and he blames himself. When he walks out on their session, Miracle chases him and begs him for a sexual encounter. He turns her down at first, not wanting to indulge in pleasures since his son’s death. When he gets into a mysterious accident, Miracle goes to his house, against his will, to nurse him back to health.
He gives in to his strange and wild attraction to her, teaching her all about sex…including kink. But somebody wants him dead and Miracle needs to use her powers to solve the mystery. Blake thinks it could be his ex-wife who blames him for Riley’s death as much as he blames himself. But Miracle doesn’t think so. She is feeling a dark and dangerous stranger. As Blake slowly comes to believe in the afterlife and sees and hears his son, he is ready to move on with his love. But will a force beyond their control stop them from ever being together?
Ruth Shaw began a blog, Ruthlace, in 2006 at the age of 82, in order to write about her life growing up in the 1920s and 1930s, the Great Depression, World War II, along with stories her own mother shared with her of earlier times.
The demons of his past haunt Gregoire Wood and dog his heels on his trip home for Christmas. Over and over, they drive him into the bottom of the bottle of Scotch. But this Christmas, they drive him into a bar called the Haven and the arms of owner and bartender Pierce Lawson. Pierce usually spends his Christmases alone, but he doesn't mind it. He also doesn't mind when Gregoire washes up in his bar. His life, he knows, from that minute forward will never be the same. The attraction runs deep, hot, and mutual, but Gregoire leaves when the holiday is over. This year and for the next eight years. Pierce is a patient man, though. He'll follow Gregoire all the way back to New York if he has to in order to help Gregoire find peace and to bring him home once and for all.