Master Hugh is asked to provide a sleeping potion for Sir Henry Burley, a friend and guest of Lord Gilbert at Bampton Castle.
Author: Mel Starr
Publisher: Lion Fiction
Master Hugh is asked to provide a sleeping potion for Sir Henry Burley, a friend and guest of Lord Gilbert at Bampton Castle. Sir Henry, (with his wife, a daughter by a first wife, two knights, two squires, and assorted servants), has outstayed his welcome at Bampton Castle. The next morning after Master Hugh provides the potion, Sir Henry is found dead, eyes open, in his bed. Master Hugh, the target of the wife's wrath, is asked by Lord Gilbert to determine the cause of death ...
Nancy LaPointes personal story combined with usable information brings letting go and letting God so much closer. This book is indeed a blessing for us all.
Author: Nancy LaPointe
Publisher: WestBow Press
Our current culture is producing anxiety-ridden and stressed-out people. The busyness of our lives, as well as certain strongholds and thinking patterns, can prevent us from connecting with God and finding His peace. Living in God’s Rest is a guide to letting go of the tensions and worries that chain us down and relaxing in His love and redemption. When we know how to enter into that divine place of rest, we can find ourselves at peace, no matter what is happening all around us. “Thank you, Nancy, for this powerful book. God will use this to lift the heavy yokes of stress, fear, and anxiety off of people’s hearts and find rest in Him. Living in God’s Rest is an amazing book.” —Dale Walker, author, Kissing the Face of God and pastor, Heart for the World Church and Ministries “Living in God’s Rest is a practical guide to learning to relax into God’s loving arms. Nancy LaPointe’s personal story combined with usable information brings ‘letting go and letting God’ so much closer. This book is indeed a blessing for us all.” —Sandi Browne, author, Touch the Sky … the Story of a Mom, a Wife, an Airshow Pilot and Wingrider “Living in God’s Rest is a powerful book about biblical rest, a book that all of us involved in caring for a broken world need to read. Not so that we will stop working, God forbid; on the contrary, as we rest in Him, we become all the more productive at advancing the Kingdom of God on this earth. Nancy offers an enormous gift of encouragement to those of us ‘spending ourselves on behalf of the hungry’ and I treasure her words of wisdom.” —Vicki Penwell, author, Down Mercy Road and founder of Mercy In Action-Philippines
Do you want rest, real rest?
Author: Rich Marshall
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Do you want rest, real rest? Not what you get by taking a vacation, or working less; but what Jesus offers. He is offering rest for your mind, rest in middle of the battle; real rest that actually energizes you while you work! Do you need this kind of rest? I sure do. And if your mind just went off on a tangent when I mentioned the battle you face, then you probably need it also.
"In this book, Siang-Yang Tan draws from a richness of experience to write with warmth and compassion.
Author: Siang-Yang Tan
Publisher: Regent College Publishing
"Come to Me all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Bringing a distinctly Christian perspective to the subject of finding true rest in the midst of daily pressures, Siang-Yang Tan diagnoses what ails us and provides thoroughly practical steps to help us respond to Jesus' invitation. "In this book, Siang-Yang Tan draws from a richness of experience to write with warmth and compassion. Since he himself knows the difficulty of slowing down in these hyperactive times, he is able to give practical guidelines to others, drawn from a wealth of information found in the Scriptures, empirical research, and psychological reports. . . . If rest is not easy for you to put into practice, learn from an author who is growing at a healthy pace and willing to bring others along on the journey." -from the Foreword, by Dr. Gary R. Collins SIANG-YANG TAN is professor of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He also serves as Senior Pastor of First Evangelical Church in Glendale, California. He has authored or co-authored eight previous books, including Disciplines of the Holy Spirit and Understanding Depression. He is an associate editor of The Journal of Psychology and Christianity.
He was not so sure they were doing the right thing. The stairs were right there where anyone could see them. There was no guarantee of safety in the attic.
Author: Jack MacLane
Publisher: Crossroad Press
An Evil Secret Danny West knew that something was wrong from the first day his folks moved into the rundown house next to the creepy graveyard. The neighborhood kids would never come over to play. At night, he saw weird shadows prowling around the crumbling tombstones, and heard strange gurgling sounds. But his parents wouldn’t listen to him. They said he had a good imagination… Then bad things started to happen. Terrible, gruesome things that even scared his dad. There was something in the graveyard. Something in the graveyard. Something that no kid could ever have imagined. Something that should have been left alone to Rest In Peace.
What would you be remembered for when you are dead and gone?
Author: Azuka Chinonso Igwegbe
What would you be remembered for when you are dead and gone? Or what would you like to be written on your gravestone: “A peace maker” or “A troublemaker.” “A good man” or what? Guess what, “Rest In Peace” is not wished for, rather it’s planned and worked for.“Rest In Peace” is a ceremonial wishes and it does not guarantee that you must surely rest in peace when you die, but if you want to rest in peace, it’s now you will begin to work for it. Even if all the bishops gather to tell you, “Rest in peace” at your funeral, but you did not live a good life, you will rest in pieces, and not in peace. *The Endless Journey* reminds us that we are in transit. The world is not our home. But let me ask, how old are you? How many more years do you think you still have to live? Deduct the life you have lived from the one you still have to live, then how many more years or days do you think you still have to live? It’s a very simple mathematics, but this one has no answer because no one has his life in his hands as to know the number of years he has to live. After reading *The Endless Journey*, you will have a rethink, and it will help you to start amending your ways where you are not getting it right. So when do you think you will die? In case you are a designer, I’m not asking you to start designing the grave where you will be buried, but to start designing and amending your life. Where would you spend your eternity when you die?
Misadventures of Corpses That Probably Did Not Joseph William Lewis Jr. M.D.. The Naval Chronicle, for 1813, vol. XXX.: London, UK, Joyce Gold, 1813.
Author: Joseph William Lewis Jr. M.D.
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. By what miracle can an assortment of seemingly unrelated particles come together and correctly assemble to form a human being? Amazingly, once aggregated, these atoms, molecules, and compounds manage to interact reasonably coherently during our lives but seek to return to their dusty state when death occurs. Of the billions of our species who have existed on earth over the millennia, most have quietly and inexorably returned to ashes and dust when their term of life expired. This book tracks some of the misadventures of selected corpses, including burials that went awry to body snatching, exhumations, human-relic collection, and assorted desecrations. Over the years, it seems that a remarkable number of bodies have failed to enjoy the admonition to “Rest in Peace.” Whether these aberrations in the burial process have disturbed the afterlife of the departed, everyone is dying to discover the answer.
Who does not want peace? The peace of God comes once we do not need to have a human understanding to believe in God. This is the invisible quality that the ...
Author: Jermaine Andrew
Are you seeking the who, what, where questions concerning your destiny? Trying to understand God and how he relates to us personally can be overwhelming. Often we become uninterested or give up because the pursuit seems like more than we are capable of. Within Will I Rest in Peace, Jermaine Andrew presents a self-reflective analysis of who and what God is and challenges the reader to take a spiritual rather than worldly look at who and what you are. Our spiritual life is more than seeking a good feeling of peace; it is a bonding relationship that requires our attention and our accountability. Andrew helps us understand the part we play in this union and while God will never deny us, there are measures that God requires from us. As you read these chapters you will discover the power you have to maintain a healthy relationship with God. You will understand what our faith requires, how our circumstances require our obedience, and most importantly, the consequences and benefits of our free will.
Last , but not the least , men of peace must rise and rest not for maintenance of international peace and justice . They should aim for world peace through ...
Author: Sanwat Raj Bhansali
Research papers on United Nation's policies and views of nuclear and non-nuclear powers on disarmament.
One after the other started cheering Rest in peace my girl... rest in peace ... To be frank, according to Meili... people, who are not in communication with ...
Author: Sunil Varma
Publisher: Educreation Publishing
In 'Rest in Peace My Girl', the story begins with my mother warning to be mindful about an astrologer's predictions of "a difficult year ahead". The story starts in Bangalore and changes locations from Hong Kong to Beijing, from Bellur to Hyderabad and culminates in a heartbreakingly sad journey to Goa to identify the dead body of a girl, who was the love of my life. The story weaves the tangled and interrelated threads of seemingly un-related events into a compelling fabric, which takes the shape of a gangster story. It is a story that investigates the nature of good and bad and how society bifurcates them; oftentimes ignoring the situational context of the human character.
"Rest In Peace," is a scary, macabre short -story collection of La Belle Rouge's fantastic and paranormal imaginings. All the short stories gleaned from her books of the twisted kind for readers to enjoy all in one place.
Author: La Belle Rouge
Every Halloween La Belle Rouge publishes a volume of paranormal poetry and short stores or a novel. "Rest In Peace," is a scary, macrabe short -story collection of La Belle Rouge's fantastic and paranormal imaginings. All the short stories gleaned from her books of the twisted kind for readers to enjoy all in one place. Read it at bedtime but be warned, you may not rest in peace.
This book is for those of us whose hearts have been hurt, who are experiencing weariness overload, who long to feel treasured but find it hurts too much to hope.These Scripture-based meditations invite you on a journey of the soul.
Author: Lisa Brenninkmeyer
If you've ever questioned whether or not God truly loves you, you've come to the right place. This book is for those of us whose hearts have been hurt, who are experiencing weariness overload, who long to feel treasured but find it hurts too much to hope.These Scripture-based meditations invite you on a journey of the soul. May these words saturateyou with the truth that you are seen,known, respected and loved bya God who gave everything for you.
While not exactly a font of wisdom and truth , this tabloid tapped into a widespread consumer interest in shaping funerals to embody and celebrate the life ...
Author: Gary Laderman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Though it has often been passionately criticized--as fraudulent, exploitative, even pagan--the American funeral home has become nearly as inevitable as death itself, an institution firmly embedded in our culture. But how did the funeral home come to hold such a position? What is its history? And is it guilty of the charges sometimes leveled against it? In Rest in Peace, Gary Laderman traces the origins of American funeral rituals, from the evolution of embalming techniques during and after the Civil War and the shift from home funerals to funeral homes at the turn of the century, to the increasing subordination of priests, ministers, and other religious figures to the funeral director throughout the twentieth century. In doing so he shows that far from manipulating vulnerable mourners, as Jessica Mitford claimed in her best-selling The American Way of Death (1963), funeral directors are highly respected figures whose services reflect the community's deepest needs and wishes. Indeed, Laderman shows that funeral directors generally give the people what they want when it is time to bury our dead. He reveals, for example, that the open casket, often criticized as barbaric, provides a deeply meaningful moment for friends and family who must say goodbye to their loved one. But he also shows how the dead often come back to life in the popular imagination to disturb the peace of the living. Drawing upon interviews with funeral directors, major historical events like the funerals of John F. Kennedy and Rudolf Valentino, films, television, newspaper reports, proposals for funeral reform, and other primary sources, Rest in Peace cuts through the rhetoric to show us the reality--and the real cultural value--of the American funeral.