Author: Pat O.
Author: Pat O.
A thriller with a strong female lead and shocking twists Lisa Jackson. Also by Lisa
Jackson: Deep Freeze Fatal Burn Shiver Absolute Fear Almost Dead Twice
Kissed Lost Souls Chosen to Die Malice Without Mercy Running Scared Afraid to
Author: Lisa Jackson
Publisher: Hachette UK
View: 180'Shiveringly good suspense!' Lisa Gardner THE FOURTH BOOK IN A GRIPPING SERIES FROM 30 MILLION COPY SELLING AUTHOR. Others may dread the bone-numbing cold of winter, but the killer relishes it. The way the frigid water preserves his victims, the feel of their icy skin beneath his fingers. Before long, the world will see their beauty - and his vengeance. The Bitterroot Mountains are in the grip of a hard winter when the detectives first see the two bodies: each frozen solid, yet deliberately displayed. Both victims are women known to Detective Selena Alvarez. Each of them is wearing a piece of her jewellery. Selena's partner Regan Pescoli and the entire department are working on this case, and so is P.I. Dylan O'Keefe, a man Selena got too close to once before. But this killer already knows too much about the mistakes Selena has tried to outrun. The secrets of her past are coming to the surface, one by one. And soon a madman bent on revenge will show her just how much she has to lose . . . 'She is one of the best' Harlan Coben THE NEXT BOOK IN THE SERIES, READY TO DIE, IS AVAILABLE NOW
Religion and politics exploit that fear. There are better and more credible ways to confront the anxiety that death causes and even find hope. This book will help you do that.
Author: John Alan Shope M DIV
View: 115All of us fear death at some level - both our own and the death of those we love. Religion and politics exploit that fear. There are better and more credible ways to confront the anxiety that death causes and even find hope. This book will help you do that. Drawing from science, philosophy, psychology, psychic phenomena, history and various spiritual traditions, the reader will discover a balanced approach to death that takes into account all the possibilities.
Robert Dordies has lived his life without fear. He has never suffered a fear of
dying or inflicting mortal wounds on foes. He has had no fear of pain, as most
warriors overcome, having been injured in combat. He has always had no fear of
Author: daniel storm
Publisher: SECOND CHANCE PUBLICATIONS
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 978When a Chicago drug lord and former gang leader becomes friends with an attorney, he decides to make the attorney part of his "family". How he does that, will shock you and made that attorney a blood brother forever. Daniel Storm has emerged as the freshest talent to come along in decades. His stories are unique and one of his stories, "Mantis" is soon to become a mini-series. You will enjoy reading all of his books.
I doubt many people have considered this, but have you ever thought about how
you're going to die? I doubt this thought has crossed anyone's mind. I know many
would say they are afraid to die in certain ways, like say in a plane crash or ...
Author: Ronald Difabbio
View: 441Unbeknownst to everyone I have ever come across; I have been living a double life. My public persona has been the "normal" person everyone sees and most like to be around. The guy, who teaches high school math, was a baseball star in college and has been a songwriter for the last thirty years. Yet in private, behind the mask I've so meticulously molded, I've been living with a deep and sometimes paralyzing fear. That fear is.... I'm afraid to die.... ....This book is about my journey into that world and my efforts to face that fear, a fear that I believe hides deep within the silent recesses of everyone's soul, and to see if there's a way out....
... and comes from the heart and not your head. It feels like if I take action, I'm not
only helping myself but those around me. I'm moving in a direction that not only
makes my life better, but it flows 73 I'm Not Afraid to Die but I'm Not Done Living.
Author: Laura Weintraub
Publisher: Archway Publishing
View: 841Nobody goes through a life crisis without a story to tell, wisdom to share and a message to give ?If you or someone you love is facing a life crisis, this book is a must read. It has landed in your hands at the perfect time? ?Keith Leon, Multiple Best Selling Author & Book Publisher In this truly inspirational memoir, Laura Weintraub chronicles her journey?from dealing with a catastrophic event to fighting for her own life when faced with a life-threatening diagnosis just days after her mother dies in her arms. Through her ability to connect with the angelic realm, she was able to recover quickly and embark on the path to healing. This book chronicles that journey, the profound spiritual wisdom she acquired and the spiritual tools and practices she used to save her life! In this book you will learn: * Five keys needed to jump-start the path to your healing * A simple meditation to help you connect with your angels * How to identify and connect with ?The Real You? * Affirmations to support your healing process * How to create a mantra that will change your life
Author: Gladys M. Hunt
Category: Christian life
No tunnel. No bright lights. No visions. No humans. No sounds. The absolute nothingness of your soul in Eternal Life. This book is a MUST READ dispelling everything you THOUGHT you knew about Death and the Afterlife!
Author: Linda Joan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
View: 458THE MOST UNUSUAL AFTERLIFE or DEATH EXPERIENCE STORY TO EVER BE TOLD! No tunnel. No bright lights. No visions. No humans. No sounds. The absolute nothingness of your soul in Eternal Life. This book is a MUST READ dispelling everything you THOUGHT you knew about Death and the Afterlife! Linda Joan describes her five day visit to Eternal Life, in what she was told by The Voice was a Taste of Death, broken down into the three aspects: Out of Body, the physical sensations as well as the mental. After all, you have no brain. The Overwhelming Peace. And the Knowledge of Both. Linda was not near death, she was perfectly healthy. Her Death Experience was triggered by her mother's funeral. Linda explains her two year "Descension" or her return to mortal life, and the toll it took on her during its Aftermath. After her Death Experience, Linda asked "The Voice", "What do I do with it?" "The Voice" instructed her "Nothing. You will know when it is time." Well, it is time. Linda also describes the demanding promptings, and help, she received from "The Voice" to write about her amazing Death Experience in this MUST READ book. Easy to Read in One Day
Author: Douglas MacArthur
Category: Baccalaureate addresses
So we cannot kill off the mystery and the misery of our death phobia by accusing
all in the world of that affliction. If being afraid to die is not a consequence of
being born or knowing that you are dying or being human, then where does it
Author: Stephen Jenkinson
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Social Science
View: 115Die Wise does not offer seven steps for coping with death. It does not suggest ways to make dying easier. It pours no honey to make the medicine go down. Instead, with lyrical prose, deep wisdom, and stories from his two decades of working with dying people and their families, Stephen Jenkinson places death at the center of the page and asks us to behold it in all its painful beauty. Die Wise teaches the skills of dying, skills that have to be learned in the course of living deeply and well. Die Wise is for those who will fail to live forever. Dying well, Jenkinson writes, is a right and responsibility of everyone. It is not a lifestyle option. It is a moral, political, and spiritual obligation each person owes their ancestors and their heirs. Die Wise dreams such a dream, and plots such an uprising. How we die, how we care for dying people, and how we carry our dead: this work makes our capacity for a village-mindedness, or breaks it. Table of Contents The Ordeal of a Managed Death Stealing Meaning from Dying The Tyrant Hope The Quality of Life Yes, But Not Like This The Work So Who Are the Dying to You? Dying Facing Home What Dying Asks of Us All Kids Ah, My Friend the Enemy
the fear of death . The Sunday School children can pla with the lion ' s mane .
Isaiah , ll c . 8 V . - " And the sucking child shall play on the hole of the asp , and
the weaned child shall put his hand on the cockatrice ' s den . ” Old men have
Author: James Caughey
On this occasion , his prayer shows that he was deeply afraid to die , and he
wanted and needed the support of his disciples as he tried to face that fear . -
MeditationLord , I know that right now my cross is this dying I'm doingand I'm not
sure I ...
Author: Angela M. Hibbard
Publisher: Liturgical Press
View: 402Dying with Jesus is for people who are dying and for their caregivers, whether family members or pastoral-care professionals. Each page contains a Scripture passage with a brief commentary, a meditation intended to capture the thoughts and feelings of the dying person, and a response from Jesus. The booklet can be used as a single extended meditation or it can be read a page at a time in any sequence that is helpful. Page headings indicate the theme found in the meditation and can guide the user to the appropriate page for a given moment. The meditations, rooted in the experience of dying people, may help to identify and give words to many painful thoughts and feelings. By reading a given meditation together chaplains, family members, or the dying person may be able to initiate a difficult but necessary conversation. It is hoped that Dying with Jesus will reveal some of Jesus? human struggle and will make it accessible to all who are facing the same frightening reality. All who use it are especially encouraged to share the feelings and memories it calls forth. This gift of shared experience will enlighten those who accompany the dying and will create a bridge between the gospel story and those of us who hear it today. Chapters are ?Diagnosis,? ?The Road,? ?Weakness,? ?Family,? ?Caregivers,? ?Isolation,? ?The Blind Ones,? ?Pain,? ?Stripped,? ?Inevitability,? ?Last Breath,? ?Emptiness,? ?Mystery,? ?Hope,? and ?Traditional Prayers.??Hibbard has listened well to the fears, anxieties, and hopes of the dying; her ?Meditation? sections are extraordinary, showing both great sensitivity and honesty. Caregivers and families will hear what the dying themselves may be reluctant to speak.? Paul Marceau Mission Services and Ethics?. . . this book will be attractive to readers beyond the scope of Catholic tradition due to the author?s creative writing style and inclusive theology. The benefit of this book to patients and their families facing life-threatening illnesses lies in the comfort of not being alone with the stages of dying. This book also provides comfort for professionals involved in the lives of dying patients when the surrender of curative intervention stirs helplessness in their hearts.? Peter Wolf, M. Div., M.S.W. Clinical Pediatric Social Worker Hospice of Michigan?The author?s rich, meditative insight into the mind and heart of the terminally ill was like a deep well of consolation for myself as a nurse. This book can be used in any setting and by Christians of all denominations. Caregivers, family members, friends, and the terminally ill will find a treasure of comfort and compassion in this little book of meditations.? Judith Mouch, R.S.M., M.S.N. Assistant Professor of Nursing Director, Parish Nurse Education Program McAuley School of Nursing University of Detroit Mercy ?This book will make a thoughtful gift to those who are hurting due to their own or a loved one?s terminal illness.? Today?s Catholic
But I have heard you use phrases like "the so-called death." Death is certainly a
fact, but it is rather a milestone on the road, or perhaps better still, embarking for
another country, rather than ceasing to be. ... Well, not everyone is afraid to die.
Author: Leslie D. Weatherhead
Publisher: Abingdon Press
View: 155Think you know everything there is to know about the life that lies beyond this one? Think again. Questions about life beyond death are always with us. In this classic volume, Leslie Weatherhead answers personal and important questions about heaven, hell, and the future God has in store for us. “Eternal life is . . . a quality and not just a quantity; . . . a quality of communion with God that clearly begins now. You know, people talk about the afterlife and they say, ‘He’s gone to be with God.’ But he has always been with God, and the highest heaven doesn’t mean that God exists in any fuller measure. It can only mean that our power of communion deepens. But one of the marvelous things about the Christian gospel is that the offer of eternal life is here and now.” –from chapter 1 Check out other resources by Dr. Weatherhead, including The Will of God, in the Related Products Section below.
My dear reader , I asked you just now whether you are afraid to die . Now I wish
to ask you another question : “ Are you prepared to die ? ” Death often comes
very suddenly — are you ready ? God may take you , when you do not expect it ;
Author: George Wagner
She praised God , and died peacefully and triumphantly . Bless God ! Many
children in the Sunday - schools which are to be found in this land , as nurseries
for heaven , are saved from the fear of death . The Sunday - school children can
Author: James Caughey
Category: Evangelistic sermons
Books by Lisa Jackson Stand-Alones SEE HOW SHE DIES FINAL SCREAM
RUNNING SCARED WHISPERS TWICE ... TO DIE CHOSEN TO DIE BORN TO
DIE AFRAID TO DIE READY TO DIE DESERVES TO DIE Books by Beverly
Author: Beverly Barton
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
View: 755New York Times bestselling authors Lisa Jackson, Beverly Barton, and Wendy Corsi Staub join forces to create a thrilling novel about love, revenge, and the dark secrets three women hold to a terrifying murder. . . A Killer Who Gets Away With Murder Once. . . It's been twenty years since the night Jake Marcott was brutally murdered at St. Elizabeth High School. It's a night that shattered the lives of Lindsay Farrell, Kirsten Daniels, and Rachel Alsace. It's a night they'll never forget. A killer will make sure of that. . . Finds It Easier To Kill Again. . . A 20-year reunion has been scheduled for St. Elizabeth's. For some alumni, very special invitations have been sent: their smiling senior pictures slashed by an angry red line. . . And Again. . .And Again. . .
I Ain't Afraid To Die I don't want to die But I ain't afraid to die Martin Luther King
once Said Like you I want to live a long life But he knew Like we all know Each
second Each minute Each day Brings you closer To the moment of Death I ain't ...
Author: Dr. Alvin James Williams
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 477Dr. Alvin James Williams is a doctoral graduate of Ryokan college in Los Angeles, California. This book of poetry refl ects his thoughts, life & family experiences. In the title, poems about her, him, them and me refers to his Father, Mother, Sisters and Brother. Poetry is an expression of how Dr. Williams feels about life in general. Life is about experiences, all in which pertain to a lesson in life. Some people store their moments in pictures, letters, home videos and their minds. He wanted to document his and share them with everyone
FEAR. DEATH. This world is big big place, everything moves at a rapid pace.
Like fast cars, ships, trains and all size planes. But life seems to ... I know people
die each and every day, but I'm afraid to die I'm not afraid to say. But I fear death, I
Author: Kim R. Prout
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 487This poetry book is contributed to the continue struggle in my life, personal, and professional, to the overall things that is in my heart that happens each and every day. It's the way of the world being expressed on paper. It's what I see with my eyes that other refuse to see or say or just realize. It's being expressed from the abusive stages, to failure relationships, to lack of parenting, to the love of my mom. It's my way to be able to speak out loud and be heard. There's happy time, to the extreme devastation in the circle of the society life surrounding me. Again writing poetry is my way to express my inner feelings that was locked inside of my soul. It's away to relax and sooth my mental stages that affects my physical presents. It was a way to say how love, death, reality can motivate or depress my life without me being in control. It was my way to cry on paper and not be afraid of what anyone thinks about the things I have to say because it's my feeling and my beliefs. I can say the things that men won't admit to or reject because of taking it personal. It's a way to express reality and at the same time talk real talk. It was my way to express my sorrow for the systems i.e. educational, welfare, and for the kids of the future in this society. It's my way of keeping it real with me, and anyone who's willing to believe what I'm saying. 1st of all I would like to thank the man above because he has watched over me and have protected me through out. I would like to dedicate this poetry book to my wonderful mom (Jeraldine Williams), because without the strength of her for always believing in me none of this would have been possible. So I dedicate this book in behalf of my buddy, my chick, my best friend, my mom. Thank you!
The composure with which Libbie met death , was very wonderful . All hope of
her recovery was not given up until the day before she died . That morning she ...
Her mother told her . that it was so ; and said , “ Libbie , are you afraid to die ?
Author: Ruby Ann Ingersoll