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|A word of mouth phenomenon since its first publication, The Power of Now is one of those rare books with the power to create an experience in readers, one that can radically change their lives for the better.|
|Insightful and heart-warming, this classic book is written for those who seek to know God better. It unfolds life-impacting, biblical truths and has been called a "soul-stirring celebration of the pleasures of knowing God."|
|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|
|“I ain so glad I came," Kate mutters, ecstatically, to herself, hanging her hand over |
the side, and letting the water run ... And I have enjoyed myself," she adds,
laughing to herself, and incautiously shifting the green-lined parasol so that the
other ... for very happiness and sweet maidenly fear ; plunging fathoms deeper in
love every moment beneath the masterful smile ... Good-bye," he muttered again,
and Kate did not, could not speak, and the tightly-locked hands fell asunder, and
with a ...
|One of the finest novels by iconic British author Charles Dickens, this Victorian tale follows the good-natured orphan Pip as he makes his way through life.|
|Beneath Afric's hot sun, Mohab toil'd thro' the day, Light-hearted and glad, though |
a slave; For Mohab could eat—to ... They are war-ships, by which we for ever
oppose All attempts of invaders; and liberty's foes Full well know the force of their
thunder. ... But come to the barracks," the Englishman cried, For our ll'l'liy you ye'
have '0 see: A brave army is ever a nation's ... You are right father," replied he, “
but I cannot get it out of my mind, that it is in your power to save my life, and well
|You are right father," replied he, ''but I cannot get it out of my mind, that it is in your |
power to save my life, and □well may that ... only remove the altar as it is
portable, to the wall ; set your chair upon thealtar, and stand you upon the chair,
and I will ... He complied, however, with the farmer's entreaties to stay a few days
with him ; after which, the grateful man obliged ... When we come to examine,
under a moral point of view, the benefits which mankind have received from the
use of the ...
|No reproach as to her being the cause of his ruin; for what else was it to a young |
man like Valentine (she thought) who was driven from the ... From this letter,
which we shall lay before he reader, every particular that was shrouded in s will ...