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Author: Jayne Rylon

Publisher: Happy Endings Publishing

ISBN: 9781941785881

Category: Fiction

Page: 232

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2018-02-20 By Jayne Rylon

You've been deprived of life-giving water for too long. ... It's okay to be refreshed by the water. ... It's only once your sins are gone that you can sit beside the still waters in the presence of God and receive the refreshment you ...

Author: Leonie H. Mattison

Publisher: The Thread, LLC

ISBN: 9781733296625

Category: Religion

Page: 160

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Find rest, refreshment, and restoration for your soul―21 daily devotionals for women. This delightful 21-Day Devotional Journal offers encouragement and inspiration to help you rest your heart, quiet your soul, and meditate on the refreshing and restorative life-giving Word of Truth. Whether you're an abandoned daughter, an abused teen, a dispirited wife, a battered single parent, or an insecure woman who's feeling emotionally frail; you can liberate your soul from every guilt and shame caused by trauma, calamities, and suffering, Beside Still Waters. Inside Beside Still Waters, you’ll find: -Twenty-one devotionals for women―Daily guidance to inspire you to press into God and His Word as often as you want. -Thoughts on Today’s Verse―Hone your focus as you take time to prayerfully read and embrace the Word of God in a practical way. -Connect to God through Prayer―Ask God for what you want. Quiet your mind, and when your mind settles down, listen to God’s -response to what you’ve requested. -Personal Declarations―Embrace and guide yourself to a new result by affirming to allow the manifestation of your request. Remember, the happier you are, the better things will flow. -Take Soul Care Actions―Identify the beliefs and habits you want to keep, release, and establish to achieve your vision of success. -Time for Self-Reflection―Write down your thoughts in the dedicated space at the end of each devotional. Pause! Take a few minutes every day―or whenever you can―to turn the world off, enjoy rest, refreshment, and restoration, Beside Still Waters. Scroll up and grab your copy Now!! "He offers a resting place for me in his luxurious love. His tracks take me to an oasis of peace, the quiet brook of bliss. That’s where he restores and revives my life. He opens before me pathways to God’s pleasure and leads me along in his footsteps of righteousness so that I can bring honor to his name (Psalm 23:2-3 TPT)".
2019-10-01 By Leonie H. Mattison

Shirlee McCoy. SH 1 R L E E MCCOY Still Waters Still Waters Shirlee McCoy. Front Cover.

Author: Shirlee McCoy

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9781472092625

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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A Town in Jeopardy. A window smashed. A local teenager assaulted. The community of Lakeview is panicked when a gang of teens wreaks havoc in this sleepy Virginia hamlet. But Sheriff Jake Reed seems just the man to stop the vandalism.
2014-06-13 By Shirlee McCoy

he authors of the essays collected in Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians, and the Way of the Buddha show how the Way of the Buddha has deeply influenced their lives. In reading their accounts, it strikes me that in the Gospel of John ...

Author: Harold Kasimow

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780861713363

Category: Religion

Page: 284

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A compelling question for people of faith today is how to remain committed to one's own religious tradition while being open to the beauty and truth of other religions. Many who have broadened their experience profess to have developed a deeper understanding of and a deeper commitment to their tradition of origin. This is what makes Beside Still Waters such a new and meaningful contribution. Rather than offering research or lectures, this book takes a deeply personal approach, allowing the reader to delve into the individual experiences of fourteen Jews and Christians whose encounters with Buddhism have truly impacted their sense of religious identity. Beside Still Waters upholds this point by way of the diverse and eloquent authors who lend their perspective in its pages. These include Sylvia Boorstein, John B. Cobb, Norman Fischer, Ruben Habito, and other important members of the Jewish, Christian, and scholarly communities, as well as a foreword by Jack Miles, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of God: A Biography. Their anecdotes and interviews collected here amount to an unprecedented and enduring work, sure to deepen our ability to understand each other, and ourselves.
2003-06-15 By Harold Kasimow

One could only hear water dripping like a friendly discreet sound . ... He maketh me to lie down in green pastures ; He leadeth me beside still waters . Though I walk through the valley Faces of my loved ones came to mind : Mother.

Author: Maria Luisa Fargion

Publisher: Debatte

ISBN: 0913993158

Category: History

Page: 366

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He stood for a little to see the bright water leaping clear and fresh from the sluice. There was a delicious scent of cool river-plants everywhere. It was hard not to think that the stream, bickering out in the sun from the still pool, ...

Author: Arthur Christopher Benson

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783752321074

Category: Fiction

Page: 180

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Reproduction of the original: Beside Still Waters by Arthur Christopher Benson

"He leadeth me beside the still waters." Just as the food for the body consists not only of meat, but of "meat and drink;" so it is not only the "tender herbs" that make the pasture. The "still waters," (or "waters of rest") form an ...

Author: Julius A. Von Poseck

Publisher: Irving Risch


Category: Religion

Page: 161

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[Publisher's note: This written statement was penned over a 100 years ago.] The following was written nearly six years ago It was only after much hesitation and prayer, that, at the repeated requests of some esteemed Christians, and after a careful revision, I have resolved to commit these notes to print. I confide in the well-known forbearance of my dear fellow Christians in this country, as to the imperfections of expression. The twenty-third Psalm has been so interwoven with the whole of my Christian course (of more than 26 years), and our gracious Shepherd has, from this precious portion of His Pasture, whenever I turned to it, so often blessed my soul, that I could resist no longer the desire to communicate to others what He has been pleased to give to me. The dispensational side of our Psalm I have only occasionally touched upon, as the chief object of it is the feeding of the soul on Christ. Consequently even the great Christian principles of truth, foreshadowed and embedded in this Psalm, are considered, only as far as they concern the flock of God; for instance, the question of worship at the Lord's Table, where we feed upon His death, when "We sing of the Shepherd that died, That died for the sake of the flock." For, however important a place the Church, as such, may occupy at that blessed Table of our Lord, and in His counsels, yet this portion of divine truth would be out of place in our Psalm. May God keep us from growing into cool and enlightened churchmen, to the neglect of the pastoring of the flock, for whom the Good Shepherd died.
2015-04-10 By Julius A. Von Poseck

Aim for the moon, Even if you don't get there you'll still be among the stars. The stars were made for you and me, In a galaxy where we can see, How bright they shine how wonderful they are. Everything so bright shining like a star.

Author: Merlin D'ALmeida

Publisher: The Little Booktique Hub

ISBN: 9789393209115

Category: Poetry

Page: 69

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This book is full of poems that will awaken your human side and give you a glimpse on how to view the world we are living in. It tries to bring about a positive change since the author strongly believe in making the world a better place to live in so that the coming generations will benefit. Let’s work together towards doing well to society and changing the world one person at a time. There is an author in all of us, a reader in all of us, creativity in all of us, Let us bring out the best and see how far we can go in making this world a better place. Let us live in harmony with each other and attain peace.

Trying to absorb the rush of new scientific information can be like trying to drink from a waterfall, and Still Waters is not meant to be a comprehensive encyclopedia but a tasty sample to whet your appetite for more.

Author: Curt Stager

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393292176

Category: Nature

Page: 304

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A fascinating exploration of lakes around the world, from Walden Pond to the Dead Sea. More than a century and a half have passed since Walden was first published, and the world is now a very different place. Lakes are changing rapidly, not because we are separate from nature but because we are so much a part of it. While many of our effects on the natural world today are new, from climate change to nuclear fallout, our connections to it are ancient, as core samples from lake beds reveal. In Still Waters, Curt Stager introduces us to the secret worlds hidden beneath the surfaces of our most remarkable lakes, leading us on a journey from the pristine waters of the Adirondack Mountains to the wilds of Siberia, from Thoreau’s cherished pond to the Sea of Galilee. Through decades of firsthand investigations, Stager examines the significance of our impacts on some of the world’s most iconic inland waters. Along the way he discovers the stories these lakes contain about us, including our loftiest philosophical ambitions and our deepest myths. For him, lakes are not only mirrors reflecting our place in the natural world but also windows into our history, culture, and the primal connections we share with all life. Beautifully observed and eloquently written, Stager’s narrative is filled with strange and enchanting details about these submerged worlds—diving insects chirping underwater like crickets, African crater lakes that explode, and the growing threats to some of our most precious bodies of water. Modern science has demonstrated that humanity is an integral part of nature on this planet, so intertwined with it that we have also become an increasingly powerful force of nature in our own right. Still Waters reminds us how beautiful, complex, and vulnerable our lakes are, and how, more than ever, it is essential to protect them.
2018-05-29 By Curt Stager

In Beside Still Waters, he leads us Weary travelers to beautiful lakes, flowing rivers, and secluded streams that quench our dry and thirsty souls. The devotional readings within, intermingled with Thomas Kinkade s exquisite paintings, ...

Author: Thomas Kinkade

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers

ISBN: 0785268448

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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Thomas Kinkade paints a world that people love to have in their homes and long to visit. His paintings reflect our highest hopes and fondest dreams-places of safety and rest in the storms of life, lamp-lit homes that welcome the weary traveler, and beautiful lakes, mountains, and streams that offer places for quiet and reflection. The acclaimed Painter of Light™ takes readers to a more peaceful world, reminding them of God's love and care. In the spirit of the best-selling devotional With Wings Like Eagles, Beside Still Waters brings some of Kinkade's most beautiful paintings together with timeless devotionals that offer a still point in the midst of the hustle and bustle of daily life. A beautiful gift book sure to please those who love the paintings of Thomas Kinkade and who want a meaningful and encouraging devotional.
2000 By Thomas Kinkade