The things you see . . . May be a mirror image . . . You may love something but it might be something else. Everything Is Unxpected. Life, Love, Reality . . . Nothing is as powerful as An Angel, and nothing is more powerful than an Angel in-love . . .
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Angels Are Your Powerful Protectors and Helpers Charles and Frances Hunter describe their own personal encounters with angels and what the Bible tells us about these messengers of God. They report on the different kinds of angels and their roles, how God’s messengers can impact your life, and how to experience the presence of God. God uses angels to… Protect us Comfort and encourage Bring strength during trials Help us witness to others Wage spiritual warfare Communicate His will to us Bring answers to prayer The Bible records over one hundred appearances of angels to both men and women. Discover the many purposes of angels, both historically and in your daily life.
Augusta Goodnight, heavenly sleuth and guardian angel, is a welcome boarder with longtime resident Lucy Nan Pilgrim in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone's Throw, South Carolina. And Augusta's divine intervention is needed now more than ever. The local college is the kind of safe place where students don't even lock their doors. At least it used to be, until girls started mysteriously disappearing. When the body of another student, D. C. Hunter, is found in a shed by the lake, Lucy and Augusta must race to figure out if her murder is connected to the deaths of two other girls. Should Augusta focus on the English professor who was having an affair with D.C.? Or on the seemingly cheerful caretaker who happened to discover two of the bodies? And what is the meaning of the "Jabberwocky" clues that keep turning up around campus? It will take some heavenly help---and a little home cooking---to restore the peace of the town.
A work of quiet genius. The Angel is poetry, a love affair dialectic that holds perfect peace inside the background of a haunted postapocalypse city, the decaying infrastructure and gray stone saved by images of angels, sunlight, forest, rain, and sky. The series of poems takes the reader on the journey of the Oracle, a dialogue of the sacred and the profane. Inspired by the muse, the archangel Gabriel and the angel statue The Eye by David Altmejd, the book includes a photo installation of the statue by Victor Tangermann, the photographs riveting, the statue an artistic marvel. The poet is in dialogue with a fallen angel, possibly an archangel, who as he travels the apocalypse becomes redeemed (whether the love affair is redeemed remains in question, possibly a testament to the tumultuous times). The Machine Age passing into the New Age of Imagine Peace through the magic of the Internet and the rediscovery of the tenets of the Holy Spirit, The Angel is the rediscovery of love itself.
When he's killed at a young age in a car accident, the unnamed narrator enters the spirit world and is surprised to learn that the angels want him to join their ranks. Upon arriving in Heaven, he discovers an idealized world of comfort, but the euphoria doesn't last, as he's forced to return to the rigors of school in an angel-training course. Soon he discovers that the many disappointments of his life have left him with a bitter disdain for all of mankind, and that an angel's existence might not be for him. Then he befriends Marley, a fellow angel-trainee. After a life of tragedy and addiction ending in overdose, she doesn't feel worthy of receiving the halo herself. But amidst a surreal world of asexual attraction, guardian spirits who curse like truck drivers, and a supreme being who might possibly enjoy waiting diner tables, the two start to help each other overcome their metaphysical and personal distress. It seems in death, you might learn there's more to you than you ever knew in life.
A powerful young adult novel about an unlikely friendship that helps a young man heal emotional and physical scars. "There are two sides to Damon. You can see it in his face. Good Face. Bad Face. But which is the true Damon? The one who strikes out and asks questions later? Or the one who acts out of kindness? When Esther enters Damon's life, he finds his mask beginning to slip. And even he doesn't know what he'll find behind it." An elderly woman, Esther, is gypsy-ish and lives as a squatter. A young man, Damon has a facial scar caused when he was in a car accident. He's angry and isolated and wears a mask as both a protection and a barrier. Both he and Esther are outsiders. When they meet and build a friendship he learns about physical scars and emotional scars; about how, as the old adage goes, 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder' and also how 'beauty is only skin deep but ugliness goes right to the bone'. This gripping novel by an award-winning writer also explores disabilities - how some may be overcome, accepted and, in some cases, put towards a positive end.
Known as the Angel of Death, Dr. Joseph Mengele was the most infamous of the Nazi doctors. His deeply troubled psyche and his belief in Nazi philosophies allowed him to dehumanize, torture, and murder his victims in the name of medicine and For The glory of the Third Reich. This biography documents Mengele's disturbed life.
As chaos begins happening around the world a group of unlikely characters have joined together to find the missing Angel stones spread all over. As the angels in heaven try to prevent things from getting even worse in the world for two of their own are missing.