Truth Made Known consists of truth and poetry written from the heart of the author, whom at the time was expressing thoughts that would help encourage and motivate men and women. This poetry reflects truth that will help couples express to one another the value and meaning of being together. Husbands and wives can sit down together and read Truth Made Known for poetry from the heart to express their inner thoughts, one to another.
God’s Holy Spirit Is Calling
God the Father of the Holy Bible is the King of freedom of choice.
Are you blocking His “Text”? You’re not taking calls? You’re not answering the door when He knocks? Would you prefer Him to leave a voicemail, and you’ll deal with it later? What if later is too late?
Insurance companies spend millions to convince us with endless commercials that if we are not covered under their protection, we may be very sorry one day. We have a tendency to believe all those what-ifs.
Why not add “God Insurance” to your portfolio? Coverage under His plan is paid in full, the policy never runs out, and the benefits are endless and eternal. You always have a direct line to speak with Him.
YRU YUR? The answer is that God made you a one-of-a-kind soul. There is no one else alive or deceased with your fingerprint. He has known you from the moment you were created. No one on earth knows you as He does. He wants to gather your soul back to Him when your time on earth is complete. Discover why He made you and the quantum difference you can make in your portion of history and time.
He wrote one Book, the Bible, summarizing how to achieve a peaceful and healthy spirit and soul on earth no matter what we may face in life. Open this book and read the first page to find out just a few of the reasons why you may want to consider that the Bible is The Truth of God.
Poetry, Humor, Thoughts and Ideas is a collection of three topics. Being a mixture of these topics, I have used the term “potpourri” to define this diverse assembly of literary selections.
Between the covers of this book is a variety of serious, humorous, and profoundly truthful concepts.
The first section is a collection of original poems that identify some of my experiences and feelings, and is therefore a partial reflection of the author’s personality.
The second section is a generous offering of humor. Many of the selections have been edited and revised to satisfy my sensibilities and perspective. There is no frown that cannot be replaced by a smile when you discover some delightful distraction.
The third section of this potpourri is presented in two parts, and provides a broad range of thoughts and ideas that relate to many aspects of our lives. The first part of this section presents detailed concepts as contrasted with the relatively brief thoughts of the second part that consists of a miscellaneous collection of thoughts and ideas regarding various subjects such as philosophy, politics, religion, and Christianity.
You will discover that this book contains some poem, or some humor, or some thought or idea that will pique your interest—something that you will not forget—and more importantly, something you will not want to forget. That is the power of ideas that affect and influence our personalities, characters, sensibilities, experiences, desires, and expectations.
Live Life, Be Strong with God shares highs and lows of trials and tribulations with God, family, and friends. Stephanie’s short stories inspire you to think outside the box and follow your heart when listening to that small, still voice.
In August 2010, Stephanie was diagnosed with a life-threatening softball-size brain tumor. Stephanie remained calm, confident, and rejoicing that God was in control. With Stephanie’s positive will and determination, she successfully recovered from two brain surgeries and a rare infection. God’s love, wisdom, and guidance helped Dr. Byrnes and his team during that small season of uncertainty.
Stephanie also shares a difficult time of hardship in which she’s acknowledge putting her life in her own hands, which leads to hidden anxieties and profound depression. Stephanie doesn’t give up; she continues to give praises to God for His guidance, patience, and understanding during those times of need. She’s been tested by Satan and forgiven by God. Stephanie’s now on the right pathway to victory.
Poetry appears in the Bible in numerous forms throughout both the Old and the New Testaments, from the book of Job and the psalms to the letters from Paul. Its use provides a heightened awareness of the message conveyed; it exposes depths of meaning that apply to each individual’s inner murmurings and elevates the holy text to endless levels of perception.
In The Rhythm of Job, author Robert McFadden offers a unique presentation of the longest and oldest poem of the Old Testament, the book of Job, which explores humanity’s struggle to understand suffering under the shadow of a loving God. McFadden seeks to illuminate the original cadence and parallelism of Job through the use of a side-by-side paraphrasing of the book as it appears in the King James Bible. In doing so, he creates a fresh rhythm while retelling this enduring story.
This poetic adaptation reveals the lessons from the book of Job in the form of an epic poem that both honors the original text and brings new life to this timeless tale.
Immeasurable Praise and Worship is about true and genuine praise to the Lord. If you do not know how to praise or think that you do not have a song in your heart, I want to encourage you to get inspired and get into the spirit of giving God what he asks of us as believers.