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The Holy BibleThis book contains the complete The King James version translated from the original Greek and Hebrew and first published in England in 1611. Work on the King James was begun during the reign of King James I of England in 1604. The new version of the Bible was intended to replace earlier and somewhat problematic translations including the Tyndale Bible and the Great Bible. This edition includes both the Old and New Testaments with an active table of contents for easy navigation.
The Wounded WarriorBloodied, beaten, and broken: words associated with the battlefield. Words that spell “defeat,” but actually mean strength and courage. Because in order to get the wounds, you must first enlist in the battle. This book is for every man who has boldly said to life, “I’m in,” only to come up against inevitable trials and tribulations. The death of a loved one, broken promises, unexpected health problems, a business deal gone bad. The Wounded Warrior takes into account the lasting effects of these gut-wrenching blows…as well as less-often recognized sources of pain. Licensed psychologist Dr. Steve Stephens speaks man-to-man in this powerful book that will free you to become the victor God created you to be.
Shakers of St. Vincent
The newest entry in the “Profiles of Healing” series, this fascinating volume casts light on a very little-known sect on a small island in the Caribbean, the St. Vincent Shakers, or “Spiritual Baptists.” This remarkable cult, rooted as deeply in African spirituality as in Christian doctrine, seeks ecstatic experience and visionary journeys into the spirit world through two principal rituals: baptism, which follows a spiritual sign, and “mourning” (shedding of one’s worldly life), which brings about healing and new mission through a vision quest. This outstanding book, which includes a CD (not heard by the reviewer), gathers many photographs of the Shakers, testimonies, narratives, and prayers.