The Eyes Of God

Rich in its evocation of magical lands, detailed in its dissection of motive, compelling it its characters, THE EYES OF GOD is the work of a natural storyteller revelling in his ability.

The Eyes Of God

A young king breaks with the past and makes peace with the kingdom his father has fought for years. To seal the bargain he is offered the hand of the kingdom¿s princess. And so begins a fast moving epic of madness, obsession, prejudice and sheer magic. John Marco has woven an intricate tale of personalities driven by love, hatred and ambition. Each character must, in the end, pay the price for their actions and THE EYES OF GOD is, at its core, an almost classical tragedy. Rich in its evocation of magical lands, detailed in its dissection of motive, compelling it its characters, THE EYES OF GOD is the work of a natural storyteller revelling in his ability.

Eyes of God

A protagonist finds himself in a story that is not his.

Eyes of God

A protagonist finds himself in a story that is not his. Engulfed in self-hatred, the philosophical narrator is found by who he believes is beyond humanity. His fascination by perfection takes him through a strife of questions about power, choice, and purpose. He encounters reflections of thoughts and feelings through a road that leads him to a revalation about the truth which he had abandoned.

Through the Eyes of God

After several years in the pastorate, John Marshall realized that he was nothing more than a spectator in his involvement in the Great Commission. This recognition sparked questions and a curiosity-What does God really say about missions?

Through the Eyes of God

After several years in the pastorate, John Marshall realized that he was nothing more than a spectator in his involvement in the Great Commission. This recognition sparked questions and a curiosity-What does God really say about missions?

Under the Eye of God

Here, ThoskaRoole had neither oceans nor continents, but she had broken
deserts and towering mountains and vast gloomy caverns. He sat up slowly. He
wore his ancestors' features; he had high wide cheekbones and narrow black
eyes.

Under the Eye of God

They were once humanity's last hope: a race of genetically engineered killing machines known as the Phaestor and their army of deadly Moktar Dragons. Now, the enemy long vanquished, the Phaestor themselves have become the enemy, seizing control of the galaxy and subjugating all lesser species—including humans—to feed their appetite for terror and blood. On a small, insignificant planet called Thoska-Roole, a ragtag alliance of humans, androids, and bioforms make a last desperate stand against Phaestor domination. Among their number are two bounty hunters, a mercenary starship captain, and a disgraced reptilian warrior. As the Phaestor begin a new reign of unprecedented terror, these rebels prepare to strike back against their vampire overlords and bring revolution to the stars. Under the Eye of God, the first installment of Trackers, is followed by its sequel, A Covenant of Justice, where the fight for the galaxy continues.

The Eyes of God

Curiously and unknowingly, life would lead her to relate to the gang leader, who would turn out to be her stalker, unleashing a series of murky situations that would compromise her safety and that of her family, being forced to flee the ...

The Eyes of God

Inspired by facts from real life, "THE EYES OF GOD", being a series of three installments, tells a story that happened in an important city in the East of the Country, Venezuela, located in the Anzoátegui State, known in the Judicial one of the most corrupt states in procedural matters, where a young mother, lawyer, decides to take the case of sexual abuse in a child, without knowing that this would lead her to discover a band that operated in the area dedicated to extortion among others crimes, whose salaried collaborators, would turn out to be the organs of justice, and their assistants, who would prevent access to it. Curiously and unknowingly, life would lead her to relate to the gang leader, who would turn out to be her stalker, unleashing a series of murky situations that would compromise her safety and that of her family, being forced to flee the town in search of tranquility and lost security, is how after overcoming a series of obstacles, he decides to change everything and have a new life leaving what happened behind, without perceiving that his struggle between good and evil would continue, is the story that develops in this second installment.

In the Eyes of God

Many clues, however, indicate that more is happening than meets the eye. Not
only are the patriarch and matriarch of the people of God, the models of faith,
portrayed as desperate and defensive, but even as vindictive in character.

In the Eyes of God

"Throughout the Bible, divine interaction with humanity is portrayed in almost embarrassingly human terms. He sees, hears, thinks, feels, runs, rides chariots, laughs, wields weapons, gives birth, and even repents. Many of these expressions, taken at face value, seem to run afoul of much classical theology, including divine simplicity, transcendence, omniscience, omnipotence, omnipresence, and especially immutability. Traditionally, these texts have been seen as ""accommodations"" to human intellectual and moral limitations. That is, they were deemed as giving God a more approachable feel, but not as representing any ""real"" part of his character, being, or interaction with humanity. For example, references to God seeing or hearing are not deemed to represent real acts, as God already knows everything. However, this view is largely based on an Aristotelian conception of metaphors as rhetorical devices, not vehicles that carry any truth content. Since the 1970s, the understanding of how metaphors convey meaning has taken great strides. These advances can help unlock how divine action--often inadvertently flattened under theological presuppositions--functions within a text. This book aims to explore the biblical metaphor of divine sight and how current understandings of metaphorical function can enrich our reading of the text and its theology. "

The Eyes of the Heart

Grasp God's Presence in Everyday Life Bestselling fiction author Tracie Peterson turns her storytelling talent to this enlightening devotional that will open the eyes of your heart to God's ever-present love.

The Eyes of the Heart

Grasp God's Presence in Everyday Life Bestselling fiction author Tracie Peterson turns her storytelling talent to this enlightening devotional that will open the eyes of your heart to God's ever-present love. Discover the Abundance of God's Eternal Presence Like a conversation with a dear friend, these intimate devotions will help you feel a rare bond with Tracie. Using quiet moments from her own life, she reassures you that God can and will be found in the details of life. From this simple, discovery she'll help lead you to a more vital, overflowing relationship with Him.

In the Eyes of God

In the Eyes of God

In the Eyes of God takes a hard look at what is being done to improve public education in America. The twenty-first century finds the United States in a very demanding situation regarding the economy, world affairs, and the general demise of humanity. The education of children in America seems to be the one topic that is getting some attention. With documentaries like The Lottery and Waiting for Superman, the general public is finally beginning to understand the current state of education in the country a state of which most educators have long been aware. There is a real lack of leadership in education today and a real fear of doing anything outside the norm in terms of how students learn. The poor selection and retention of talent in the classroom has taken a toll on the ability of schools to educate their students effectively. In the Eyes of God challenges the fact that only a small percentage of the school day to used to educate children. It also examines cultural profi ciency and the need for educators to go beyond just cultural awareness and become more competent and profi cient teachers. Most importantly, we must strive to see that no children fall through the cracks of the system and that every child receives the best education possible.

Seeing the world through the eyes of God

Right from the start, this plural form for the name of God is used to describe the
One God, a mystery that is uncovered throughout the rest of the Bible.
Throughout scripture, Elohim is combined with other words to describe certain
characteristics ...

Seeing the world through the eyes of God


Through the Eyes of God

... have come short of the glory of God, but that is not an excuse to continue to do
wrong. The church has a long way to go; we have failed God in our approach to
reach man. I am sure 69 Through the Eyes of God: A Supernatural Experience.

Through the Eyes of God

In his book Through the Eyes of God: A Supernatural Experience, Reverend Terrance G. Mackey, Sr., shares his personal encounter with God that began on June 28, 2010. The writer describes heaven as a beautiful place and indescribable. He tells the story of his out of body experience and how the Lord took him on a heavenly journey to show him things to come, things that are and things not to talk about. The Lord said, "I send you back with a message to the church. They have left their first love." He echoed to me John 13:34, "A new commandment I leave with you, that you love you love one another as I have loved you." My prayer and hope for those who read this book is that you come away knowing that the greatest weapon that we have is love for one another."In every age there are men and women like Rev. Mackey who are raised up to simply believe God and allow Him to demonstrate His mighty power. This book is a record of his journey of faith that is both simple and profound. It basically portrays the doubts and fears which beset him in his early days of struggle for a meaningful faith. Granted, this is a record of a single minister and as remarkable as it is, Rev. Mackey's account does not stand alone. There are men who have honestly faced death and heaven and they've lived to tell about it. They have discovered that those who come back from the experiences are alive to bring a message back to the church. "You left your first love." Loving God, Loving the Church and loving one another is the message that Rev. Mackey received and charged to tell the church." Dr. Marcus E. Dixon

The Power of Love in and Through the Eyes of God

This book will enlighten and demonstrate to the readers how God expects us to love. The difference between our flesh and what we believe love is and what LOVE is really suppose to be.

The Power of Love in and Through the Eyes of God

This book will enlighten and demonstrate to the readers how God expects us to love. The difference between our flesh and what we believe love is and what LOVE is really suppose to be.

God Seen Through the Eyes of the Greatest Minds

Some great minds chose to block out any interest in God but did not succeed
forever. Heinrich Heine discovered God at a late age: “In theology I must accuse
myself of retrogression since I returned to the old superstition—a personal God.

God Seen Through the Eyes of the Greatest Minds

Michael Caputo, through years of exhaustive research, has discovered letters, writings, and quotes that reveal what the greatest artists, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and writers thought about the God of heaven. Through the pages of this timeless work, you will engage the thoughts of history's most celebrated people: Mozart, Galileo, Descartes, Shakespeare, Einstein, Michelangelo, and many more. Did great intellect and creativity lead brilliant men and women of the past to agnosticism and atheism, or did it lead them to believe in and submit to a Creator God? The answer to that question lies in the pages of this intriguing book. As you read and experience how the greatest minds of history viewed God, you will find an overwhelming consensus that the God of the universe does indeed exist and that He has impacted and shaped those who have influenced our world. Michael Caputo, through years of exhaustive research, has discovered letters, writings, and quotes that reveal what the greatest artists, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and writers thought about the God of heaven. Through the pages of this timeless work, you will engage the thoughts of history's most celebrated people: Mozart, Galileo, Descartes, Shakespeare, Einstein, Michelangelo, and many more. Open the pages of this book and discover what those who have shaped history thought about the God of eternity.

Our Occupation Through the Eyes of God

View the World in a new why. Look and Search Beyond the view of human understanding.(This is only a Draft for now. There might be a few errors in this Book.

Our Occupation Through the Eyes of God

View the World in a new why. Look and Search Beyond the view of human understanding.(This is only a Draft for now. There might be a few errors in this Book. "The Holy Cross is like a Campus pointing in 4 different directions; North, East, South, and West. The Learning Process of God can become the most Powerful Words you ever Understand"

The Eyes of God

This is a book about these different attractions in our lives, their sources, their power to affect our decision making for good or ill.

The Eyes of God

God's Spirit permeates all life from the first moment of creation. Response to that Spirit is often compromised by counter spirits, spirits not-of-God, drawing us away from God. This is a book about these different attractions in our lives, their sources, their power to affect our decision making for good or ill. It is a book about human freedom and human limitation, about the need to acknowledge the unconscious places of unfreedom in our lives, and about the quest for inner freedom and wholeness for the sake of discerning choices that are life-giving. This is a unique book, blending quite revealing personal experience of God and sound, helpful teaching about the ways of God's Spirit in individual lives and in community. The book will be of value to spiritual directors and pastoral ministers, indeed, to all people who take God seriously and are committed to living a discerning way of life. From the Foreword by Sue Richardson pbvm Part personal reflection, part erudite and intimate sharing of the role discernment occupies in the sacred space where humanity and Divinity meet, part guided meditation, Brian Gallagher's memoir The Eyes of God is a first class example of a scholar-practitioner embodying Ernest Larkin's description of discernment: 'hearing and responding to the word of God by one who knows the language'. Paul Beirne, Director: Heart of Life Centre for Spiritual and Pastoral Formation

Through the Eyes of God s Child

Glendyn Kester tells the true story of her life as a little girl born in South Africa during apartheid.

Through the Eyes of God s Child

Glendyn Kester tells the true story of her life as a little girl born in South Africa during apartheid. She lived there with her mother, father and three siblings. Her father immigrated with her and her siblings to Canada without her mother. Glendyn Kester describes her upbringing as horrific and abusive. She endured an existence of hardship and violence, but conquered adversity through the existence of our loving God. She is a living testament to the fact that one can overcome complex circumstances while living with mental illness. Secrecy in her family only perpetuated stigma. Her faith brought her through the unspeakable terror that she lived with for many years. Glendyn Kester provides a message of hope through the power of forgiveness. About the Author: Today, Glendyn Kester is an author, speaker and an advocate. She is working toward changing society's attitudes regarding people with mental health challenges. "Dignity is a human right," she claims. Glendyn Kester lives in Newmarket, Ontario with her adorable cat BooBoo.

Life Love and God Through the Eyes of Lynne Adair

Life, Love and God Through the Eyes of Lynne Adair By: Lynne Adair Lynne Adair had written poetry through most of his life.

Life  Love and God Through the Eyes of Lynne Adair

Life, Love and God Through the Eyes of Lynne Adair By: Lynne Adair Lynne Adair had written poetry through most of his life. While a good life, it was not without its hardships. He learned to laugh at his troubles, because crying never made anything better. He then decided, in 2019, to publish his poetry. Some you will understand, others you may not, some you will like, and others you may dislike, but they are all told through Adair’s eyes.

Wounded Lord Reading John Through the Eyes of Thomas

up” over the dark power that enslaves humanity and keeps it locked in deep
ignorance of God (3:14; 8:28; 12:32). Jesus equates glorifying the Father with
doing the work given to him by the Father (4:34; 5:36; 13:1; 17:1). Jesus has, from
the ...

Wounded Lord  Reading John Through the Eyes of Thomas

John's gospel does not record "Thomas's doubt," as later generations of Christians have branded the story. Rather, John presents Thomas's faith. In this work, Robert H. Smith approaches Thomas as one who believes in the reality of incarnation: God has a body. Too often, Smith argues, Christians read John's gospel for its lyrical discourses. The resulting portrait of Jesus is a "cross-less Christ," a portrait that contributes powerfully to Christian triumphalism. In contrast, Smith finds that the evangelist always has the cross in view. Smith reads John "backwards," through the eyes of Thomas. In so doing, he demonstrates the centrality of a wounded Lord in the theology of the gospel. But this book does not end with hermeneutics. Smith advances his discussion into the life of discipleship. Anyone dwelling in Christ's body will be similarly marked. What does it mean to live in the world as the marked body of Christ? Everyone who poses the question will want to read this book. Martha E. Stortz Professor of Historical Theology and Ethics Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary/The Graduate Theological Union Berkeley, California

The Eye of God

The creature closed its eyes and breathed in the sweet Elysian breeze that
bathed the twilight hour in a familiar blanket of crisp coolness. A quick glance
upward through the dense canopy revealed a pinkish sky that was quickly giving
way to a ...

The Eye of God

"The Eye of God sees all." For young Brian Bishop, this statement dominates every conscious thought. Brian eagerly awaits the day when he will join the Church elite and destroy the few remaining Apostates who refuse to bear the Eye. It is a destiny that seems certain until his family suddenly informs him of their plans to leave his beloved Earth. Onboard the colony transport ferrying him to the stars, Brian uncovers a devastating family secret that violently shatters his childhood conceptions. With only his best friend Kim for support, Brian must adapt to life on a world named Elysium, a planet with a secret of its own that threatens the very foundations of human existence.

Seeing God Through the Eyes of a Dog Trainer

God uses various trials to not only test our faith, but to build our faith as well. The
Christian believer's life is a walk of faith. It is the faith in God that will lead the
Christian believer throughout his or her life, and at the end of life it will give them
the ...

Seeing God Through the Eyes of a Dog Trainer

Rick Stem uniquely provides a view of God from the perspective of a Christian minister who also trains police K-9s and other dogs professionally. (Practical Life)