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Doing What God Expects from You
God has different responsibilities and expectations from His children and Servants. But we can pay the price He requires from us in order to perform and fulfil those assignments and expectations well? The prices will vary for many people; whatever He read more ...
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4.59 €
It's a simple fact that most Christians know next to nothing about Christianity. How many people are aware of the many heresies that were stamped out by the early Church? Had any of these heresies triumphed, the world would be a very different, and m read more ...
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4.75 €
It's the ultimate question. Is the God of the Jews, Christians and Muslims evil? Is he at the core of the malignancy in the human condition? Does his malevolent will touch every corner of the earth, spreading discord, division, conflict and hate? Thr read more ...
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4.75 €
It's a striking feature of Protestantism that so few Protestants know anything about the founder of their religion. Martin Luther, the prophet of Protestant irrationalism, is one of the most pathological figures in religious history. Would any sane p read more ...
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4.75 €
Most people who believe in resurrection have no idea what this concept entails. It's the product of Jewish Messianic theory which says that a Jewish priest-king will one day establish an earthly paradise, and all the righteous Jews who died before th read more ...
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4.75 €
This incendiary book constitutes a formal theological disproof of the central tenets of Christianity - the Trinity and the Incarnation. Christianity is a staggeringly false religion. The reason most Christians continue to believe is that a) they have read more ...
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4.75 €
Discover the astonishing secret of Christianity. Jesus Christ was reincarnated, not resurrected. This was the hidden teaching of the highest circles of Christianity. Resurrection was a Jewish idea deemed fit only for the simple masses that were ignor read more ...
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4.75 €
A BIBLICAL APPROACH TO UNVEILING THE DISTINCTIVE NATURE OF SIN
Some things bother me; it includes the struggles in the world. This struggle is experienced by both the young and the old, the rich and the poor, regardless of race and colour. I noticed people seem to be struggling with sin; they keep striving to le read more ...
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4.79 €
A Bilical Account of Children
If there is ever one gift God will never embarrass us with, then it is children or the fruit of the womb. Children are a gift from God and the fruit of the womb is his reward. This masterpiece practically unveils certain mysteries surrounding the read more ...
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4.81 €
Transformation to Clean
This work deals with how the undrinkable bitter waters of Marah (on the peninsula of the Sinai Desert) in the region between Egypt and Israel, were changed into sweet drinkable waters during the time of the journeys of the exodus of the Israelites-He read more ...
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4.90 €
Lanciano is a small, medieval town , nestled in from the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Italy, halfway between San Giovanni Rotondo and Loreto. Everything about Lanciano smacks of the Eucharistic Miracle. Even the name of the town was changed from Anxa read more ...
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4.95 €
There are Saints among us whose greatest virtues have been their lifelong battles against their human nature. Those of us who are privileged to study their lives, have a tendency to ignore what we believe to be their shortcomings, in an effort to go read more ...
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4.95 €
Alfred Bessette (later known as Brother André) came from very humble beginnings, much like those of Jesus. He was born on August 9, 1845. The baby was so frail and sickly, his parents were afraid he would not live; and so Alfred was baptized the mome read more ...
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4.95 €
Dominic was born of very poor but holy peasant stock, one of ten children. His parents were from Castelnuovo D’Asti, ten miles outside Turin. When things got desperate they were forced to leave, to find work in a small village outside of Chieri calle read more ...
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4.95 €
There is a time for Mercy and a time for Justice. Expelling Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden was an act of God’s Justice. But even then, as the Angel was blocking the way to the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden,1 and ushering our first parents read more ...
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4.95 €
In Camigliano, a small village not too far from the historic city of Lucca, the Lord blessed Aurelia Landi2 and Enrico Galgani on March 12, 1878, with a tiny, precious little baby girl (as the priest who baptized her, exclaimed upon seeing her), una read more ...
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4.95 €
St. Gerard Majella was born in the southern part of Italy in Muro, fifty miles south of Naples, in the year 1726. He was the baby of the family, the youngest of five children. On April 6th, his mother Benedetta and father Dominic rejoiced at the birt read more ...
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4.95 €
It was the year 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte had just been defeated, but his iron grip on the Piedmontese area of northern Italy could still be felt. He had bled the country of all its natural resources. The people were left to their own devices to survi read more ...
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4.95 €
St. John Mary Vianney was a humble priest, hidden away in a small remote village, too small to appear on most maps of France. This priest, like the mustard seed, could not be hidden in obscurity; the gifts of the Holy Spirit he received were to bring read more ...
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4.95 €
A few years ago, we wanted to write a book entitled Mary’s Heroes. There are many brothers and sisters who have had a love story with Our Lady. They are so powerful! They are so filled with the Holy Spirit! They have such a great love for Mary, a dev read more ...
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4.95 €
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