Falling Into Grace

Author: Justice Saint Rain


ISBN: 1888547170


Page: 168

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Falling Into Grace

Insights on the End of Suffering

Author: Adyashanti

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN: 1604070870

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 234

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The author of The End of Your World offers fundamental teachings on surrendering to the grace that ends personal suffering, in a book that encourages the reader to shed his or her self-image and give up perceived control in order to live a better life.

Falling Into Grace

Exploring Our Inner Life with God

Author: John Newton

Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 0819232610

Category: Religion

Page: 160

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How to fully experience God s perfect strength."

Falling Into Grace

Author: Christel Duffy

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462850804

Category: Poetry

Page: 166

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Christel Duffy Falling Into Grace From author Christel Duffy comes a testimony of faith in the form of verse. Discover her inspiring true story of Falling Into Grace in her poetry anthology. Divided into two main chapters, the first part features most of the author's dark poetry and how she was bound and oppressed in her teen years. The second part depicts her transformation and how her perspective has changed dramatically over the years. As you immerse in this emotive compilation, you will find also the testimony of the author about the miracle that transformed her life and led her and her husband back to Christ.

Falling Into Grace

Author: Michelle Stimpson

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 1496703987

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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“A fantastic spiritual journey.” —Urban Reviews “Michelle Stimpson will have you laughing, crying and relating to each of her vivid, vocal characters.” —AAMBC Book Reviews Camille Robertson had her fifteen minutes of fame in the late ’90s with the sexy R&B girl group Sweet Treats. Now she works as a telemarketer and longs for the past. With her thirtieth birthday around the corner, Camille is determined to break back into the music industry. But her new agent says her only chance is to reinvent herself—as a gospel singer. So Camille joins the nearest mega church, headed by handsome worship leader, Ronald Shepherd. She quickly wows the choir and orchestrates a plan to secretly record herself and make a demo. But when she and Ronald sing a duet, it ignites a spark for them both—and leaves Camille conflicted. She’s just not willing to let go of her dream—even if it means using him to get there. Before long, Camille finds herself betraying the people she cares about most. Can she have love, forgiveness, faith—and fame? “Her spiritual perspective adds depth that has you pondering her characters long after the book is done.” —Tiffany L. Warren, Essence® bestselling author “Michelle Stimpson does a wonderful job of creating characters that are believable and loveable.”—Good Girl Book Club

Falling into Grace: The Fiction of Andrew Greeley

A Study of the Message Behind the Words

Author: R. W. Carstens

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595610938

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 316

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Falling into Grace is a study of Andrew Greeley's fiction and the message behind his words, revealing many timeless political and theological ideas. Professor R.W. Carstens shares the findings of his deep exploration into Greeley's novels as evidence of a set of ancient values and key political ideas that are needed today more than ever. As a great storyteller, Greeley's message is significant-that grace sustains us, unites us, comforts us, and sometimes overwhelms us, but it is also evidence of our freedom. Carstens' careful examination into the deeper meaning behind the stories demonstrates that Greeley's characters and the world in which they live portray life as acts of faith, hope, and love, and prove that God is alive and well in the hearts of many in the world. As Carstens discusses Greeley's imagination and his political and theological concepts, he develops his own theories about how these ideas can be applied in today's world by creating freedom, limiting authority, and building communities where people are united by common goals. In the end, Carstens' study demonstrates that Greeley's fiction shows us a way to go home -- -to the images that appeal to the best in us, and therefore tell us what might be.

Falling Into Grace

Author: Ellie Meade

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780615826981


Page: 328

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Hannah Winterfield was blessed with a storybook marriage, until it was suddenly destroyed in one fateful, unalterable day. Can she ever be open to love again? Find out in Falling Into Grace, author Ellie Meade's captivating and heart-pumping romance that charts one woman's journey from the throes of heartbreak to the throes of newfound passion in a love triangle. With heartfelt romance and a sexy edge, this searing story of loss and love is certain to enthrall anyone who champions the unending possibility for new love. As the story unfolds, Hannah has just been dealt an unimaginable blow when her beloved husband is suddenly killed. A devoted physician's assistant and mother of small children, Hannah has no choice but to rely on her strength to keep the family in tact in the aftermath of the tragedy. However, when a difficult patient by the name of Victoria Grace lands in the hospital, Hannah finds herself quickly entangled in new emotions for two of Mrs. Grace's sons, Aiden and Grant. With dramatic flair, believable characters, and full-on romantic fire, Falling Into Grace spins a story that goes straight to the heart, while also offering plenty of unbridled passion on every page. Find out just what Hannah is driven to do when she falls truly, madly, deeply into grace.
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Falling Into Grace

Author: Michael Dietrich

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781498423502

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 194

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He had jumped 28 times before, exhilarated by the panoramic view. Why should this jump be any different? But it was. First, there was no familiar tug when the canopy should have billowed out. Next, all he could see over his head was empty sky: no canopy catching air against the clouds. Based on his training, he pulled on the reserve chute. It was stuck, and stuck tight. The ground was racing up to meet him, and he knew he was about to die.

Freedom Is

Liberating Your Boundless Potential

Author: Brandon Bays

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 1577316002

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 221

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A gentle guide to fulfilling one's potential counsels readers on how to achieve wisdom and enlightenment by tapping inner resources, in an anecdotal reference that discusses such topics as the simple art of being, learning how to be in the moment, and guided meditation.