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Steven Harris Mens Jesus Christ Healing Necktie – Navy Blue – One Size Neck Tie

Steven Harris Mens Jesus Christ Healing Necktie – Navy Blue – One Size Neck Tie

  • Tie depicts a scene of Jesus healing a man who cannot walk.
  • Standard size tie for men: 56 inches long and 4 inches wide at its base
  • 100% polyester micro-fiber with a silk-like feel

Tie depicts a scene of Jesus healing a man who cannot walk.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 19.99

Fake Healing with Christ Embassy and the Synagogue of Satan Church False prophet T.B Joshua?

Fake Healing with Christ Embassy and the Synagogue of Satan Church False prophet T.B Joshua? During this video from the year 2009 during a super Sunday progr…

Healing Fire Of Christ

Healing Fire Of Christ

What are miracles? Why do miracles happen? Do miracles still happen? The subject of miraculous activity is one that has compelled believers for millennia. This book describes and recounts some of the most fascinating stories that have taken place not on the dusty pages of some centuries-old manuscript, but here and now in our own modern world.

Fr. Paul Glynn, a Marist priest, takes the reader on a trip around the world to the sites of miraculous happenings, including healings, apparitions and conversions, including Lourdes, Knock, and Fatima. Through personal accounts and meticulous studies, he is able to show solid evidence and proof of God’s work in our lives. These inspiring stories will enhance the reader’s faith as well as provide a bastion of comfort for those in doubt. Illustrated with many photos.

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Navajo Healing Songs of the NA Church Vol 2

Navajo Healing Songs of the NA Church Vol 2

Healing songs are a newer style of singing from the Native American Church (or Peyote Church) without the accompaniment of the peyote water-drum or gourd-rattle and are meant to facilitate mediation and prayer and provide comfort and peace for the singers and listeners. This recording features noted Navajo (Dine’) peyote singer Jimmy Knight Jr. in this soothing collection of Navajo healing songs in the Native American Church tradition.

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Healing Spiritual Abuse: How to Break Free from Bad Church Experience

Healing Spiritual Abuse: How to Break Free from Bad Church Experience

Are you a victim of Spiritual Abuse?

  • Are you discouraged from questioning the decisions or teachings church leaders make?
  • If you do little or no volunteer work for the church, do you feel like a second-class Christian?
  • Does your pastor insist on being addressed by a title such as “Dr.” or “Pastor”?
  • Do you hear many broad, vague appeals to “surrender fully,” “yield completely” or “lay it all on the altar”?
  • Are public reports about various ministry activities sometimes exaggerated?
  • Do church members feel safe talking only about past victories, not present struggles?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be a victim of spiritual abuse.

Many of us have gone through bad church experiences that have left us feeling like failures. Blaming ourselves, we asked for God’s forgiveness, but felt distant from the church and sometimes from God too.

Often, however, the fault is not ours but that of Christian leaders who abuse spiritually. How can we recognize the signs of spiritual abuse? What can we do to gain healing from the wounds we have experienced?

With clarity and refreshing honesty, Ken Blue answers these questions and offers hope and healing to the victims of spiritual abuse. In addition he shows Christian leaders how to avoid abusive patterns and instead offer Christ’s gospel of grace to every casualty of bad church experiences.Are you a victim of Spiritual Abuse?

  • Are you discouraged from questioning the decisions or teachings church leaders make?
  • If you do little or no volunteer work for the church, do you feel like a second-class Christian?
  • Does your pastor insist on being addressed by a title such as “Dr.” or “Pastor”?
  • Do you hear many broad, vague appeals to “surrender fully,” “yield completely” or “lay it all on the altar”?
  • Are public reports about various ministry activities sometimes exaggerated?
  • Do church members feel safe talking only about past victories, not present struggles?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be a victim of spiritual abuse.

Many of us have gone through bad church experiences that have left us feeling like failures. Blaming ourselves, we asked for God’s forgiveness, but felt distant from the church and sometimes from God too.

Often, however, the fault is not ours but that of Christian leaders who abuse spiritually. How can we recognize the signs of spiritual abuse? What can we do to gain healing from the wounds we have experienced?

With clarity and refreshing honesty, Ken Blue answers these questions and offers hope and healing to the victims of spiritual abuse. In addition he shows Christian leaders how to avoid abusive patterns and instead offer Christ’s gospel of grace to every casualty of bad church experiences.

List Price: $ 12.00

Price: $ 12.00

His Broken Body: Understanding and Healing the Schism Between the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches

His Broken Body: Understanding and Healing the Schism Between the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches

A comprehensive, objective, scholarly and yet easy-to-read presentation of the differences, both historical, theological and liturgical between Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. The ideal complement (or even antidote) to such books as Upon this Rock; Jesus, Peter and the Keys; Two Paths; Popes and Patriarchs; The Primacy of Peter; etc. Discusses Peter’s Primacy and Apostolic Succession, Ecclesiology, Infallibility, the Filioque, Divorce, Celibacy, etc.

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Connie Lou Arcemont’s Book of Inspirational Poetry, Healing for the Tattered Soul, Released by Holy Fire Publishing

Patterson, LA (PRWEB) July 14, 2007

Holy Fire Publishing releases Healing for the Tattered Soul (Paperback, US.99, ISBN# 978-1-60383-015-7). Arcemont’s book, Healing for the Tattered Soul, reveals her inspirational message through poetry — both fiction and nonfiction. The book contains spiritual and uplifting poems from both the author’s perspective as well as poems about others.

The mother of four grown children, Arcemont currently resides in Patterson with her husband Jude and her youngest daughter, Hannah, who provides the illustrations for the book.

Healing for the Tattered Soul is Arcemont’s second book, and she’s presently preparing her third book of poetry for publication. By writing poetry, she desires to encourage the body of Christ; to let them know they are not alone in their trials, and to reach the unreachable. Poetry is very near to Arcemont’s heart and she alludes to King David, who was an excellent poet and songwriter, and whose poems have captured hearts and souls of many.

The book, Healing for the Tattered Soul, speaks to the numerous circumstances people experience in daily life. Arcemont hopes that people’s hearts are vulnerable, and that Jesus begins revealing and healing every broken piece of their wounded spirits — and tattered souls.

The nonfiction poems/songs are from Arcemont’s own personal journey of more than twenty years. The poems reveal experiences in her daily devotions and personal worship to the Lord and are brought to life on each page.

One poem, “My Vintage Piano,” was written for Arcemont’s husband Jude, because he had bought a piano for her birthday. The joy she feels using the piano in worshiping Jesus made her want to pay tribute to it and her husband.

Arcemont, her husband, and daughters Hannah and Amanda attend The Crossing Place Fellowship in Morgan City, Louisiana, which is an extension of The Crossing Place Fellowship Church in Franklin. At the present time, Arcemont is not involved in any ministries, other than her personal ministry of writing poetry to reach people around the world.

Holy Fire Publishing (www.christianpublish.com) has published hundreds of Christian books. They help Christian authors reach the world through the printed word.

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