The Mingling Of Souls
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📒The Mingling Of Souls ✍ Matt Chandler
✏The Mingling of Souls Book Summary : The Song of Solomon offers strikingly candid—and timeless—insights on romance, dating, marriage, and sex. We need it. Because emotions rise and fall with a single glance, touch, kiss, or word. And we are inundated with songs, movies, and advice that contradicts God's design for love and intimacy. Matt Chandler helps navigate these issues for both singles and marrieds by revealing the process Solomon himself followed: Attraction, Courtship, Marriage ... even Arguing. The Mingling of Souls will forever change how you view and approach love.
📒The Mingling Of Souls Study Guide ✍ Matt Chandler
✏The Mingling of Souls Study Guide Book Summary : Matt Chandler, one of today's leading Christian voices, helps navigate the process Solomon himself followed for Attraction, Courtship, Marriage ... even Arguing. Dive deeper as Matt offers an eternal, counter-intuitive perspective on: * Physical Attraction * Dating vs. Courtship * Navigating the Ups and Downs of Marriage * The Importance and Beauty of Sex * How to Fight Fair Use this study guide for notes, personal understanding, and application conversations in conjunction with The Mingling of Souls trade book and DVD series.
📒A Beautiful Design Bible Study Book ✍ Matt Chandler
✏A Beautiful Design Bible Study Book Book Summary : A 9-session study for men and women seeking God's plan for manhood and womanhood and how His design leads to our greatest joy.
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📒The Letters Of Gerhard Marcks Marguerite Wildenhain 1970 1981 ✍ Gerhard Marcks
✏The letters of Gerhard Marcks Marguerite Wildenhain 1970 1981 Book Summary :
📒Of Wisdom ✍ Pierre Charron
✏Of Wisdom Book Summary :
📒Mingling Souls Upon Paper ✍ Bonnie Hurd Smith
✏Mingling Souls Upon Paper Book Summary : November 3, 1774, Gloucester, Massachusetts -- When John Murray entered the Sargents' best parlor on that chilly November day, he looked forward to greeting his host, Winthrop Sargent, and warming himself by the fire as they discussed Universalist theology. As a tireless and popular preacher of universal salvation since he had first sailed for the British colonies in 1770, John expected his reception to resemble dozens of earlier such encounters. But this meeting was different because here, in Gloucester, he met Mr. Sargent's daughter. Judith Sargent Stevens was twenty-three years old, lovely, intellectually curious, and devoted to her chosen faith, Universalism. John was a robust thirty-three, a man whose charismatic presence and outgoing personality dominated the room.But Judith was married, and any thought of a romance with John was out of the question. Instead, Judith hoped they could “surely, and with the strictest propriety, mingle souls upon paper” by writing to each other. While few of John's personal letters are known to exist, Judith hand-copied approximately 5,000 of her letters into twenty letter books that were discovered in the library of a former Mississippi plantation. Many of her letters are reprinted here for the first time. The letters in Mingling Souls Upon Paper are Judith's words. They trace her fourteen-year friendship with John, their controversial twenty-seven-year marriage, and their lives together as husband and wife when John was the “choice of her heart” and she was his “ever devoted wife.” They chronicle Judith's blossoming career as the most important female essayist in eighteenth-century America, and John's as the founder of organized American Universalism. Finally, they record John's debilitating illness and death, and Judith's final days without him. All together, the letters cover forty-four years of personal and public lives. Through Judith Sargent Murray's letters, Bonnie Hurd Smith, herself a distant cousin of Judith's, skillfully brings to life two extraordinary eighteenth-century individuals whose love story is timeless.
📒Murder At The Frankfurt Opera ✍ Pamela Cramer
✏Murder at the Frankfurt Opera Book Summary : SINGING OPERA, SPEAKING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND SOLVING MURDERS It’s all in a day’s work for Myra Barnett, relocated American to the Frankfurt Opera where she has started her first contract singing in the chorus. MURDER FOUL OR? A colleague is mysteriously killed in an onstage “accident” which she is determined to prove was murder. Can she convince the stiff German Inspektor that this was the case? And how can she find evidence to convince him? THE PLOT DEVELOPS Going through her colleague’s belongings, she finds there were many secrets in his past that she was unaware of especially an earlier romance in another land. Intriguing. DAMN THAT WOMAN I am going to have to do something to stop that meddling woman who is trying to prove he was really murdered. She may have to have an accident too.
📒Take Heart ✍ Matt Chandler
✏Take Heart Book Summary : Welcome to the age of unbelief. The church can thrive here-this is a great time to be a Christian. All we need is... courage. Matt Chandler brings all his trademark passion, biblical insight, and warm humor to this stirring call to everyday Christians to take heart and make a difference. Book jacket.
📒The Immediacy Of Mystical Experience In The European Tradition ✍ Miklós Vassányi
✏The Immediacy of Mystical Experience in the European Tradition Book Summary : This volume examines mystical experiences as portrayed in various ways by “authors” such as philosophers, mystics, psychoanalysts, writers, and peasant women. These “mystical authors” have, throughout the ages, attempted to convey the unsayable through writings, paintings, or oral stories. The immediate experience of God is the primary source and ultimate goal of these mystical expressions. This experience is essentially ineffable, yet all mystical authors, either consciously or unconsciously, feel an urge to convey what they have undergone in the moments of rapture. At the same time they are in the role of intermediaries: the goal of their self-expression – either written, painted or oral – is to make others somehow understand or feel what they have experienced, and to lead others toward the spiritual goal of human life. This volume studies the mystical experiences and the way they have been described or portrayed in West-European culture, from Antiquity to the present, from an interdisciplinary perspective, and approaches the concept of “immediate experience” in various ways.