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  • Gods Creative Power For Healing



    God’s Creative Power Will Work for You, by Charles Capps, first published in 1976, has sold more than 2.3 million copies! The lives of Christians around the world have been revolutionized by the powerful principles of confessing God’s Word found within its pages.

    Now God’s Creative Power for Healing is here to follow in its footsteps.

    This powerful book combines all new teaching with scripture confessions for heating. You will learn how you can release the ability of God for your healing by the words of your mouth!

    Faith-filled words will put you over – God’s Creative Power for Healing will work for you!

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  • Art Of Caregivinig


    Written to empower the reader, this book will be a candle of joyful hope to the loved one whose life has been dimmed, if not darkened, by cancer. Cancer treatment is often a night-time journey through a wilderness, during which patients and their caregivers are confronted with worry and fear; a journey where the slightest flicker of hope means more than words can express. Michael S. Barry shows how, with God’s help, readers can be the light of hope for those who bear the burden of illness.

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  • Silent Grief : Miscarriage Finding Your Way Through The Darkness




    Part I – In The Valley
    1. I’m Sorry
    2. It Hurts So Badly
    3. Where Are My Friends?
    4. Nobody Cares

    Part II – A Life On The Mend
    5. This Really Did Happen
    6. People Care; They Just Don’t Understand
    7. I Still Wish I Had My Child
    8. I Can Feel!
    9. The Sun Does Shine
    10. Seeing Beyond Today
    11. The Hope Of Someday

    Final Thoughts P. 176

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    Almost 200,000 couples in America each year suffer through the tragedy of miscarriage. And that statistic only tells us about first trimester miscarriages. The emotional pain of longer-term miscarriages, and the untold numbers of mothers and fathers who keep silent about their hurt, make this form of child loss especially cruel.

    But in Silent Grief, author Clara Hinton brings a clear message of hope through the cold mourning. Writing of her own grief, and interviewing scores of women and men, she offers not pat answers, but instead shows us this: You are not alone. Additionally, the author touches the tears of other forms of child loss: stillbirth, missing children, and adult children who succumb to accident or illness.

    The moving, honest responses to these interviews tells the reader that through the tears and rage and awful silence, God still loves us and knows our children intimately. King David knew this. He knew that one day he would be reunited with his child.

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