Stories from the Glory

Stories from the Glory

Author: Kevin Zadai

Publisher: Destiny Image Incorporated

ISBN: 076845297X

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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You are meant to live as a holy carrier of divine glory! There are people who walk in a dimension of Holy Spirit power and presence so strongly, that the very atmospheres around them are filled with Heaven's glory. These men and women are living examples of what Christ offers to those who follow him. One such person was the late Ruth Ward Heflin, often called " the gold dust preacher." Though Heflin has passed on, her assistant, Sister Ruth Carneal, remains with us, walking in the supernatural realm and seeking to help you unveil the mysteries of God's glory in your life! Ruth Carneal has been a family friend of bestselling author and revelatory teacher, Kevin Zadai, for many years. In this groundbreaking book, Kevin and Ruth join together to share awe-inspiring testimonies and powerful teaching on how to live in God's glory realm. You will learn: To open the glory realm through 8 supernatural access points: including altars, atmosphere, prayer, and others To recognize the unique movements of God's glory and how to partner with the supernatural To live saturated in God's glory through 5 essential steps To be prepared for the "End Time Glory Prophecies" by living with God's glory shaping your view of life and eternity It's in God's glory that we are transformed, and it's through His glory we transform the world! Stories From The Glory is your handbook for operating in the glory realm, allowing God's miraculous power flow through your life in unprecedented, powerful ways!

My Story, His Glory

My Story, His Glory

Author: Patty Handly

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450098472

Category: Religion

Page: 64

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“My Story, His Glory” is the story of how one woman of God, walked away from her calling, walked away from her anointing and strayed away from what she once knew to be good and right, and true. The story goes on to tell how God’s amazing grace and divine providence brings her back home, to a love she once knew and to a whole new place of fellowship with her Lord God. A place of intimacy and wholeness, a place she has come to call “The Secret Place” where it’s only her, her Lord and nobody else —where nothing else matters. It is her sincere prayer that all who read her story be blessed and ushered into the secret place, a place of truth and love. “My Story,His Glory”is written for you. May it bless you and may you truly enter into the secret place.

Crazy Stories, Sane God

Crazy Stories, Sane God

Author: John Alan Turner

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781433681288

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 602

From a woman tricking her father-in-law into having a child together, to a talking donkey and demons being cast into pigs, theologian John Alan Turner explains what these odd stories are doing in the Bible and why they matter.

The Glory of Heaven

The Glory of Heaven

Author: Betty Malz

Publisher: Chosen Books

ISBN: 9781441263254

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Treasured Glimpses of Our True Home Miraculous stories of people visiting heaven abound--but what do those stories mean for you? And what do they tell us about this bright and glorious place? With warmth and insight, beloved author Betty Malz explores the wonders we will encounter in our final destination. Using Scripture and drawing from personal, firsthand experiences, she helps you answer questions such as: · Will I recognize and reunite with my loved ones? · Where is heaven located? · What kind of body will I have? · Will I be free from grief, pain and loneliness? · What will we do up there all that time? When the things of this world get you down, let these pages turn your eyes to heaven and the Father who is waiting for you there. Experience a taste of the sweet joy you will encounter when you, too, walk through those glorious gates.



Author: Frederick F. Van De Water

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 080329607X

Category: History

Page: 430

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"All his life, he rode after Glory," writers Frederic F. Van de Water of George Armstrong Custer. Ironically, he found it at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. In his introduction to this edition, Paul Andrew Hutton considers the importance of Glory-Hunter, which appeared in 1934 as the first biography to depict Custer in unheroic terms.

Goodbye Leederville Oval: History of West Perth Cheer Squad 1984-86

Goodbye Leederville Oval: History of West Perth Cheer Squad 1984-86

Author: Kieran James


ISBN: 9780244624118

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 236

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This book details the author's experiences as co-founder of West Perth Football Club's unofficial cheer squad from 1984 to 1986. The book describes ?traditional?, ?hot? support for West Perth Football Club among teenaged supporters from middle-class and working-class backgrounds. The author shows how, because of neo-liberal ideologies and the corporatization of football, the new national league (the ?expanded VFL? / AFL) relegated the WAFL to a second-tier league in 1987. This move took place over the heads of ordinary football supporters and two WAFL club presidents. Moves to bring the game closer to the people in 1984, such as holding the best-and-fairest award count night at Perth Entertainment Centre, should be seen in this light. This book will allow supporters to relive great teams, great players, and great matches from a wonderful era in WA football 1984-86 before West Coast Eagles joined the expanded VFL/AFL.

Minutes of Glory

Minutes of Glory

Author: Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o

Publisher: The New Press

ISBN: 9781620974667

Category: Fiction


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A dazzling short story collection from the person Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie calls “one of the greatest writers of our time” Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, although renowned for his novels, memoirs, and plays, honed his craft as a short story writer. From “The Fig Tree, ” written in 1960, his first year as an undergraduate at Makerere University College in Uganda, to the playful “The Ghost of Michael Jackson,” written as a professor at the University of California, Irvine, these collected stories reveal a master of the short form. Covering the period of British colonial rule and resistance in Kenya to the bittersweet experience of independence—and including two stories that have never before been published in the United States— Ngũgĩ’s collection features women fighting for their space in a patriarchal society, big men in their Bentleys who have inherited power from the British, and rebels who still embody the fighting spirit of the downtrodden. One of Ngũgĩ’s most beloved stories, “Minutes of Glory,” tells of Beatrice, a sad but ambitious waitress who fantasizes about being feted and lauded over by the middle-class clientele in the city’s beer halls. Her dream leads her on a witty and heartbreaking adventure. Published for the first time in America, Minutes of Glory and Other Stories is a major literary event that celebrates the storytelling might of one of Africa’s best-loved writers.