A 1936 best-selling guide for women who, by choice or accident, find themselves “settling down to a solitary existence.” Reissued in 2008 by the UK’s Virago Press, the book is a paean to making your own choices, mixing your own cocktails, and learning to enjoy the company of men while not being afraid of losing it. Written by Marjorie Hillis; reviewed by Joanna Scutts. Re-issued in 2008. Guide, Book Covers Design, Extra Women, Self Help Book For Women, Marjorie Hilli, Bookish Stuff, Livealonecoverjpg 10671600, Living, Book Land
This is definitely a deep and insightful study about prophecy. Loved, loved, loved the way she added enough history to show me right where the Biblical story fit into our own worldly history books. Her timelines were easy to understand and my study from her book about Esther began to connect right beside the study from Daniel. She definitely has a way of making the Bible come alive but you need the videos to go with her books!
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i love beth moore bible studies.
Babylon's mantra - I am and there is no one besides me...sound familiar in our world????
Join Beth Moore in a faith-building study of prophecy, and learn how to shine for Christ in our modern culture. Just as the prophet Daniel faced unbelievable pressures— to compromise his faith, to live in a hostile culture, and confront temptations and threats—today's believers face many of the same trials. Schedule one 12-week study or two six-week studies with your small group or Sunday school and examine the life of Daniel in an extremely contemporary way. Then explore the fascinating prophecies from the time of Daniel through the second coming of Christ. Five daily studies and 1 video worksheet per week show you how individuals can live with integrity in today's self-absorbed society.
The Secrets Of People Who Never Get Sick by Gene Stone. Really interesting stories in here about the way we live and how our culture affects our health.
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The Secrets of People who Never GET Sick by Gene Stone
Spiritual, Emotional, and Physical Fitness
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Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness by Candace Cameron Bure (sister of Kirk Cameron and one of the stars of Full House) ... Candace discusses "renewing your mind" in order to lose weight.
Great book! It reminded me to give God everything; even my weight loss.
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Excellent book! Worth re-reading many times. "Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness" by Candace Cameron Bure and Darlene Schacht
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Life's Natural Highs. So true!
One must also have a positive outlook and experience these #naturalhighs
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life's natural highs: falling in love / hearing your favorite song on the radio / lying in bed listening to the rain outside / bubble baths / giggling / long conversations late at night / lazing on the beach / running through the sprinkles / laughing at an inside joke / laughing at yourself / laughing so hard your stomach hurts / laughing for absolutely no reason at all / friends / having someone tell you that you're beautiful
Life's Highs <3... isn't this the truth
Why Men Marry Bitches
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Why Men Marry Bitches: A Woman's Guide to Winning Her Man's Heart by Sherry Argov, http://www.amazon.com/dp/074327637X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Aufvtb0FE1YM3
I have been on ministry trips with both of these men and I'm thrilled to see they have written a book together. It is a powerful book that will no doubt challenge you.
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A 1936 best-selling guide for women who, by choice or accident, find themselves “settling down to a solitary existence.” Reissued in 2008 by the UK’s Virago Press, the book is a paean to making your own choices, mixing your own cocktails, and learning to enjoy the company of men while not being afraid of losing it. Written by Marjorie Hillis; reviewed by Joanna Scutts. Re-issued in 2008.
In the summer of 1936, as Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind settled in at the top of the fiction bestseller charts, the top nonfiction slot was occupied by a book that – at first glance – couldn’t have been more different. Marjorie Hillis’s Live Alone and Like It is a brisk and bracing self-help guide for women who, by choice or accident, find themselves “settling down to a solitary existence.” The book is a paean to making your own choices, mixing your own cocktails, and learning to enjoy the company of men while not being afraid of losing it. The advice here is addressed primarily to a savvy urban reader – the kind of woman who is independent enough to scour the streets of New York or London for a smart little apartment she can afford by herself, but wily enough to charm a gentleman friend into installing custom-built bookcases. She might curl up on a rainy evening to read about Scarlett O’Hara, but she’s got no illusions about being a romantic heroine. Still, like Scarlett, she knows the value of home, and in their very different ways, both these books recognize and appeal to that desire for the security and independence it represents. Both tell stories about picking up after cataclysmic historical events that have wiped out livelihoods and lifestyles.