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I Love the Word Impossible


Nothing Is Impossible

t was Ann Kimmel who used to say, “I love the word impossible.” I love that word too. It energizes me. And I love the word community. There's something about the word that always makes me smile. Growing up in a very small community was ...

Nothing Is Impossible

In Nothing Is Impossible, you'll step into the lives of some of your favorite Women of Faith?Mary Graham, Luci Swindoll, Nicole C. Mullen, Marilyn Meberg, Sheila Walsh, Sandi Patty, and Patsy Clairmont?as ordinary moments show themselves to be extraordinary encounters with God. Discover the creative, hilarious, and the heartwarming ways God shows up. Whether it's throwing a birthday party, leaving a child at camp, going on a diet, negotiating with the Tooth Fairy, or falling down in front of a crowd, these stories will inspire (and even challenge) you to take a second look at what appears to be . . . just an ordinary day.

Embrace the Impossible

They perform amazing feats—feats undreamed of—because, touched by God, they embrace the impossible. And why? Because, before they ever attempted ... More and more, I love the word impossible. I don't want to flee from it, don't want to ...

Embrace the Impossible

He was there. Immersed in the events and crises that shaped the Seventh-day Adventist Church over the past quarter century, he was no spectator, but an active participant. Speaking, writing, debating, defending-his voice was heard loud and clear.

Impossible is Nothing

Thank you for your unconditional love! I see how strong you are, how great your love for me is as you've made this choice to come to my life and show me my destiny. ... The wordimpossible” doesn't exist for me anymore.

Impossible is Nothing

Who am I? What is my purpose? Why me? We keep searching for answers to these eternal questions. Why do some dreams come true and others don’t?This book will totally change your perception of life and will help you recognize yourself as the center of your own reality.You’ll become absolutely happy and start living to the fullest a life so vivid that you could have hardly imagined before.Are you ready to meet your own self? Then go for it!

I Love the Word Impossible

I Love the Word Impossible


The Preacher and Homiletic Monthly

It is a larger law , a great love - word , a great love - sacrifice . What , then , is my hope ? I have declared this and that to be impossiblewhat do I mean by that word ? Impossible in my own strength - impossible according to the ...

The Preacher and Homiletic Monthly


Every Saturday

But “ no one , Psein , the Hungarian captain , in Mr. Landor's we should imagine , will tell us in these days that the trilogy being urged by the Princess Maria to under- design is impossible . That is a word wbich must be take a daring ...

Every Saturday


Life of Lady Georgiana Fullerton

My God , Thou knowest that I love Thee ! The Annunciation . 1. There is no word impossible to Thee , my God . 2. Behold the handmaid of the Lord . 3. Be it done unto me according to Thy word . The Epiphany . 1.

Life of Lady Georgiana Fullerton

Biography of the novelist and Roman Catholic convert who founded the religious community the Poor Servants of the Mother of God Incarnate.

London Society

It was impossible that a priest should love a woman ; it was impossible that Angela should love a priest ... until one day a little incident occurred which taught them that the word " impossible " has no place in love's dictionary .

London Society


No Such Thing As IMPOSSIBLE

I will admire and love my country and my Army until my death. ... I could have to become a successful man—an education, courage, discipline, character, self- control, and it taught me my ranger mantra—“ e wordimpossible” does not ...

No Such Thing As IMPOSSIBLE

NO SUCH THING AS IMPOSSIBLE – From Adversity to Triumph” is the inspiring story of the remarkable life of Jairo Alvarez-Botero, a brave, caring seventy-three years old Colombian immigrant and businessman who is living proof that the American dream is not a myth. His courage and determination will brought him from a difficult life in Colombia, South America, to a prosperous life in the United States. Raised by loving parents who provided a wonderful example of good character and hard work, while also sharing their good fortune with those less privileged, Jairo drew upon his great faith and his father’s profound wisdom to always do the right thing when lesser men would have run quickly and run far from the many difficult challenges that crossed his life path. Extremely well written, this book draws the reader from the tale of Jairo’s simple childhood at a potato farm in the Andes Mountains. As a young man he had ambitions to become a general, but destiny would put him on different course. It was a path that would stop him of his career in the Army, but afford him the opportunity to save his president’s life and avert a coup that would have resulted in the re-establishing of a dictatorship in Colombia. In exchange for his life, at age of twenty-five with one hundred dollars in his pocket and unable o speak a word of English he came in a cargo military plain as a poor immigrant in the United States. He was forced into menial labor in a filthy environment in order to survive; from his humble determination to learn the English language on a statue of Moses in Washington Park, Albany, NY. Within three and a half years he had learned the language well enough to earn an honor degree from Albany Business College in Albany, New York. After years spent struggling, Jairo finally found success in the land development and home construction builder to become the largest in Louisiana, operating his several enterprises with the help of his wife of 44 years and his three children and their families. Today Jairo is an artist, an Olympic athlete, a writer, cancer survivor, motivational speaker and philanthropist who dedicate good part of his fortune to many charities organizations. No Such Thing as Impossible is the compelling story of a courageous, compassionate man who has provided a wonderful example for his children, but also to his readers as he tells the astonishing tale of finding his way from very difficult circumstances to taking great joy in living the American dream. Simply put, this is a great and inspiring read. The proceeds of this book go to recognized charity organizations.

The Bible Christian magazine a continuation of the Arminian magazine

Impossible ! You could not do it ! And does not God love His children as well as you love yours ? ... languish from day to day , and then see them pass away in the agonies of death , when you could save them at any time with a word ?

The Bible Christian magazine  a continuation of the Arminian magazine


The Works of William Shakespeare

( 23 ) huddling jest upon jest , with such impossible ( 22 ) conveyance , upon me , that I stood like a man at a mark , with a whole army shooting at me . She speaks poniards , and every word stabs : if her breath were as terrible as ...

The Works of William Shakespeare


A Life s Mistake Or Love s Forgiveness

That was the wordimpossible ! And suppose if , after succeeding in finding , waking , and informing her , she declined to accept the charge of Nora ? Women of Mrs. Porter's class are notoriously strait - laced and exacting in the ...

A Life s Mistake Or Love s Forgiveness


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Ann Kiemel is also author of I Love the Word Impossible . Cloth , $ 4.95 . Ann Kiemel is a popular lecturer who warmly shares her faith in her big God with people across the country . Formerly dean of women at an eastern college , today ...

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Much Ado about Nothing

But Shakespeare , like other early writers , employs the word ' impossible ' with great license : so , before in this play [ ii . 1. ... 30 ) cites from Drayton's Ode , Love's Conquest , S. ' impossibly I love you , etc.

Much Ado about Nothing


Jesus

Modern Heroes They defeated him through the blood of the Lamb and the bold word of their witness . They weren't in love with themselves ; they were willing to die for Christ . Rev. ... They cast scorn on the word " impossible .

Jesus

Because of grace, good things happen even in the midst of a bad world. To the casual observer it may look like chance or luck. But to the person who knows Jesus, its undeniable that this undeserved goodness is nothing else but His grace.When Jesus walked on earth, He brought grace into every encounter, to every person. Even now, all around us, God is working out beautiful grace stories. Open the pages of this devotional book for a daily encounter with Jesus and His surprising, endless, life-changing grace.

Christian Herald

Zest for Living Gaines S. Dobbins I Love the , Word . Impossible The Gift of INNER HEALING Ruth Carter Stapleton Corrie ten Boom with CC Cartson KEITH MILLER ANN KIEMEL THE BECOMERS INMY FATHER'S HOUSE The years before " The Hiding ...

Christian Herald


Religious Book Review

O Heal My Heart Jord JOAN HUTSON I Love the Word Impossible ANN KIEMEL IN SEARCH OF THE BEYOND Carlo Carretto If I Die At Thirty Woodson If I Die At Thirty Meg Woodson Singek sw and unde mis seker they JOSÉ COMBLIN Jesus of Nazareth ...

Religious Book Review