Unshackled

Unshackled

Inside this book, you will hear her story and how she was able to find the key to the chains of life. Are you ready to be Unshackled too? Life is too short to live any other way.

Author: Pamela Coleman

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ISBN: 198093343X

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Page: 119

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Life will try to get in your way, stall your dreams, and challenge you at every corner. Pamela Coleman knows this all too well. For years, Pamela felt like she was asleep. She felt as if the dreamer inside had disappeared. And she let go of the girl (who was born to skate) she once was. It wasn't until she made a promise to herself that it was time to get that sparkle back in her eyes and live the life she wanted to live. A culmination of business aspirations and fitness goals lit a fire in her that gave her the strength to break free from her old life. Inside this book, you will hear her story and how she was able to find the key to the chains of life. Are you ready to be Unshackled too? Life is too short to live any other way.
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Unshackled

Unshackled

have been gripped by fear most of our lives and are trying desperately to be set free from it. ... enters us are through generational curses, soul ties, neardeath experiences, trauma (whether emotional or physical) and accidents.

Author: Kathy DeGraw

Publisher: Chosen Books

ISBN: 9781493426539

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Jesus didn't come to earth just to save us from hell. He suffered, died, and rose again for the complete deliverance and healing you long for. Soul wounds affect each of us and leave broken places in our lives that need healing. When we seek inner healing but don't also close demonic doorways to the enemy, we simply mask the issue temporarily and may find ourselves in more bondage than we experienced previously. A respected minister of deliverance, Kathy DeGraw will show you through biblical insights, real-life examples, and practical instruction how you can · discern and destroy the root of fear, anger, addictions, rejection, and other strongholds that just won't go away · use repentance, forgiveness, and robust spiritual warfare prayers and declarations to possess freedom · minister deliverance and inner healing to others · and more The Holy Spirit wants to open your eyes to the strongholds that have kept you stuck. It's time to be unshackled and free!
Categories: Religion

Journey to the Center of the Soul

Journey to the Center of the Soul

I've come for those who need physical and spiritual healing and deliverance , who are in need of recovery from their hurts , bad habits , hang - ups , and bad addictions , so that they can be set free , be unshackled ...

Author: Dr. G Aldana

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781635682670

Category: Religion

Page: 312

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CATCH THE WAVE! Journey to the Center of the Soul (JCS) will restore your soul as it brings to light a New Wave of the Spirit which is gaining mass momentum and is about to gust into a giant Tsunami. Catch the wave! JCS Journey-ers are experiencing soul restoration and are exploding with unprecedented forms of happiness, contentment, peace, volunteerism and giving the likes of which we have not experienced since the first century church Spiritual Tsunami! &n
Categories: Religion

How to Forgive When You Don t Feel Like It

How to Forgive    When You Don t Feel Like It

Who cut in on you and kept you from obeying the truth?”3 What Rick said from a physical standpoint—“I wouldn't be able to run anymore”—is just as true emotionally and spiritually. Weighed down by too many rocks, the best we would be ...

Author: June Hunt

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736955898

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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When someone hurts us, our natural response is to strike back. But God calls us to forgive. How can we let go of our bitterness? June Hunt offers biblical help on how to find true freedom through forgiveness.
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Celebrating the Jewish Year

Celebrating the Jewish Year

Yet there may be some spiritual value to going through the process of moving from bondage to freedom. ... We do not all encounter poverty or physical hardships, but we all face psychological and emotional suffering.

Author: Paul Steinberg

Publisher: Jewish Publication Society

ISBN: 9780827608504

Category: Religion

Page: 295

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Offers prayers, sources, rituals, and stories to help understand and celebrate the Jewish holidays.
Categories: Religion

Putnam s magazine

Putnam s magazine

If you are now penetrated by the Faith which can move mountains , by the Courage which can despise death , by the Love ... created by free human activity , must be loosened from their immobilized foundations by the flood - tide of that ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10613987

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Page: 912

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Congressional Record

Congressional Record

we services programs , as in agricultural experi- spiritual heritage , coming as it does from listin- ment and ... and There is nothing new in such a statement , main : if a clod be washed away by the sea , e and I know , and we have ...

Author: United States. Congress

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105009867495

Category: Law

Page: 1108

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
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Living in Happiness in a Complex World

Living in Happiness in a Complex World

The physical union need eventually lead to a “spiritual union” with our ultimate end and purpose for human life— God. ... From its height of permanency and acceptability after World War II to its free fall to the twenty-first century, ...

Author: Charles P. Nemeth

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781785272585

Category: Self-Help

Page: 250

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In “Living in Happiness in a Complex World,” Aristotle and Aquinas formulate a dependable and perennial recipe and rule for happiness. Readers can compare and contrast these two approaches to human happiness––that of Aristotle and Aquinas––with more contemporary visions, and then make a final decision on what works and what does not. As a result, readers encounter a series of delineated problems that inevitably lead to either happiness or distress, such as drug and alcohol usage, sexual gratification, sexual promiscuity, marriage or non-marriage, family, natural family planning versus artificial interference, materialism, power and greed to name a few. In the final analysis, the text lays out two versions of how one encounters these problems and attractions and by the use of data, empirical evidence about the “current” state of social conditions, give life to a classical vision for human happiness.
Categories: Self-Help

The Rule Of Three And The Evolution Of Governance

The Rule Of Three And The Evolution Of Governance

Once the idea of boundaries became unshackled from physical fencing, words could evolve to signify rights—both negative and, eventually, positive in nature. Founding mythology communicates intergenerationally the emotional and spiritual ...

Author: Charles Lee

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789811228285

Category: Political Science

Page: 380

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The changing relationship between East and West, principally between China and America, has brought the whole matter of achieving peaceful and harmonious relations between nations to the fore — particularly with regard to China's recent ascendancy in world affairs. Competition among nations with different forms of governance raises important questions such as: What forms of governance work best to enable people to have harmonious and peaceful life together — both within and amongst nations? What principles can we discover in human history that might point us toward some answers to this fundamental governance question? What might the answers from the past suggest about the future? Where might the future lead?To find answers to these questions, we set out upon a discovery adventure, going back some 30,000 years in time — to trace the evolutionary progress in human governance from the hunter-gatherer period until today. We also adopted a framework provided by Dr Stephen Pinker's landmark study of the nature of violence over time entitled The Better Angels of Our Nature to provide context and contrast to our own discoveries.We discovered several basic principles: First, the forms of human governance made an evolutionary progress over the past 30,000 years. Second, the most basic driver for this progress was and still is technological change, which forces complementary changes in governance — or seals institutional failure. Third, we discovered that just three basic factors determined whether a particular form of governance succeeded in flourishing as a tribe, nation, empire or nation-state. Those fundamental factors are: boundaries, founding mythology, and the Rule of Three.Indeed, our most fundamental finding has been the Rule of Three itself: the principle that says that dyads have inherently unstable natures, whereas triads — like three-legged stools — possess inherent stability. Throughout time, the most successful human arrangements have been those with intricate hierarchies of governance that have the Rule of Three deeply woven into each level.As for the future, we claim that the best international structure would take the symbolic form of an archipelago of nations interconnected with a system of bridges — where each bridge consists of an intercourse route between two nations, and the nature of the intercourse is largely trade in goods and services followed by cultural exchanges of ideas. A Basic Principle: It is far easier to build bridges between nations than to rebuild nations in some other nation's image. Bad actors amongst nations may then get dealt with as villagers used to deal with nasty neighbors — through shunning and shaming, where shunning means the ceasing of trade intercourse.
Categories: Political Science

The Salivation Army Black Book 1996 2006

The Salivation Army Black Book  1996 2006

The Fanorama Society Cult Legend # 27 : The Lost Boys Come Home Liberated from their concrete cages , summer finally arrived . Spring had been damp wet violent . ... Their physical emotional spiritual arousal was profoundly visible .

Author: Scott Treleaven

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ISBN: UOM:39015063204252

Category: Artists' books

Page: 354

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Categories: Artists' books