Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 29 Nov 18

God Bless America?: His Rescue Plan & How We Can Be â??Ruler over All that He Hasâ? (White Horse Series)

by Richard Ruhling

God Bless America? offers a fresh meaning to “The Great Sign of Revelation 12” that was in the sky on September 23, 2017 (YouTube) because of the 9-month pregnancy image pointing to next spring.

The sign, according to astronomers, is a complex convergence of aligning planets and constel-lations that unfolds over 9 months that fits Revelation 12. Starting September 23, 2017, the sun was in the virgin, Virgo, and the moon was at her feet. She had a crown of nine stars and three planets in alignment making 12. Jupiter, symbol of deity, was in the womb area, exiting at her feet. What does it mean?

God called Israel His “first-born” in Exodus 4:22, but this implies another event. The apostle Paul said, “All those things happened to them for examples …ends of the world.” 1Corinthians 10:1,11. The Exodus is an example of an event that’s impending, signaled by the imagery of Revelation 12. It’s also the imagery of ‘travail on a woman with child’ when the ‘day of the Lord’ (end-times) comes with sudden destruction in 1Thessalonians 5:1-3.

America has many parallels to Egypt as the greatest nation then and now.

1. They killed babies; the US has aborted 60 million.

2. Egypt was a source of food in times of famine as America is for some nations now.

3. Israel went to Egypt in a famine. Pioneers came when the Bread of Life was banned by the papacy in medieval times. Pioneers risked their lives for relief.

4. Egypt enslaved Israel, but the US has enslaved most of its people with alcohol, tobacco, drugs and bondage to food, gambling, greed, crime, sex, perversion, music, TV, etc.

God is going to execute judgment on the US as He did on Egypt. Israel made a covenant at Sinai and they became God’s kingdom and Bride, Exod 19:5,6; Jer 3:14. This brings us to a more biblical understanding of the wedding parables, not a rapture. Readiness for the calamity in those parables is the key to high destiny. The Rule of 1st Use helps us understand them. For example…The cry at midnight in Matthew 25:6 is first found in Exodus 12:29,30 as calamity fell on Egypt. The ‘knock’ in Luke 12:36 is an earthquake because Laodicea (where He knocked) ended that way. “The day of the Lord’ begins with an earthquake in Joel 2:10,11; Paul says ‘sudden destruction.’

The wedding parables all show that readiness for the sudden huge event is not “wait-and-see,” but ‘watching’ on the eve of Passover.  The wedding parables all have Passover imagery) and it’s the authentic night for communion and the key to high destiny, Luke 12:35-37,44. 
But the wedding parables have been misunderstood as a pre-tribulation rapture. For the student of eschatology and end-times, here’s a book that helps explain Bible prophecy and the  impending apocalypse. So much to gain and so little to lose!

Meditation Techniques: 21 Steps That Will Lead You to Happiness

by Matt Farina

Meditation Techniques: 21 Steps That Will Lead You to Happiness

Ever been curious about meditation? In Meditation Techniques: 21 Steps That Will Lead You to Happiness, you will find everything you need to know to start meditatingâ??with informative chapters on how to advance into more advanced meditation practices. Whether you only want to improve your health and have more calm in your lifeâ??or if you are looking to embark on a sacred journey that begins with simple meditation and ends in the enlightenment described by meditation masters throughout the agesâ??Meditation Techniques lays the groundwork for you to begin a meditation practice that can be as practical or as mystical as you choose to make it.

With simple but salient examples, Meditation Techniques is written in simple, accessible language that helps newcomers understand the central doctrines around meditation, its functions, its features, and the ultimate goals its students can achieve. Learn how science has discovered the many health benefits of meditation and how the ancient teachings of meditation masters appear to be supported by the latest discoveries in sub-atomic physics.

Experience the power meditation can provide in your life without any requirement to believe in any particular doctrine or sect. This is a completely agnostic book. While it is sensitive to the spiritual teachings and claims of meditation masters, it does not demand any belief or acceptance of anything beyond what the beginning meditator can experience for himself or herself by simply trying out the practical meditation techniques and witnessing the health and other benefits directly. At the same time, this book is open to the mysterious and profound claims meditation experts have made for thousands of years about the amazing things meditation can bring to its faithful practitioners.

In this book, you will learn:

-The health benefits of practical meditation;
-The correct posture for meditation;
-How to focus inward;
-How to control your breathing to enter a meditative state;
-Ways to relax your muscles to prepare for meditation;
-Alternative breathing techniques;
-Understanding how motivation affects meditation practices;
-The power of equanimity and forgiveness;
-How awareness and stillness are viewed by meditation masters;
-How to use visualization in meditation;
-Mantra meditation; and
-The Wisdom in Uncertainty.

Preparing Your Heart for a Season of Joy: Intimacy with the Christ of Christmas

by Phyllis Levy Weebe

Christmasâ??the most wonderful time of the year, but also the most frantic. Do you ever wish you could pause for even just a moment, take a deep breath, and actually savor the season?

In A Season of Joy, Phyllis Levy Weebe invites you into daily moments of intimacy with the Christ of Christmas. Every day in her one-month devotional, you’ll read a short meditation involving the birth of Christ, interact with three meaningful reflection questions, and conclude with a prayer that connects you with the Savior.

Discover again the joy that awaits you as you spend time in His presence this Christmas.

WWID If I Were The Me I Want To Be: The most radical shift in your approach to everything in life is just a short read away

by Kenneth H. White

The level of uncertainty we often face in life can, at times, be entirely overwhelming. This is especially true for those of us who dare to demand more of ourselves, who will never settle for normal (whatever the hell that is), and who hear the constant call in the distance to something better than today. For us, rest doesn’t come easily, every decision seems incredibly consequential, we hardly have sense to run from anything, dangerous or otherwise, because we’re so busy running toward an almost all-consuming idea in the distance. When we face uncertainty, to whom do we turn? Where do we find the oracle, the sage, a source of direction or discernment? All too often the available sources fail us, leaving us despondent and feeling as if we’re playing a guessing game with the things that are of utmost importance in our livesâ??not unlike juggling machetes. If any of this makes sense to you, then “WWID If I were the me I want to be” was written specifically with you in mind. To be honest, the core message within these pages is relevant to any one of the nearly eight billion people on the planet. But to be even more honest, the vast majority will never know the level of ambiguity, uncertainty, confusion, and heartfelt bewilderment that you and I will face. When you never settle, when you constantly pursue progress, and when you’re content but never satisfied, you will constantly travel through levels of abstraction beyond the ability of almost everyone around you to even comprehend. So the question remains, what do you do?

The answer to this question has been compacted into as short of a read as possible without sacrificing key points, in the hope that you will read this in one sitting, and reread again as often as you like. The most radical shift in your approach to everything is just a short read away. Take a breath, open your mind, and dig in.

Here’s a brief overview:

In WWID If I Were The Me I Want To Be, readers meet Sarah, a teenager who faces quite the dilemma after learning that she has just been accepted into an Ivy League university, her dad’s alma mater in fact, and at the same time discovering that she is also pregnantâ??and her parents are unaware of either of these developments.

Then there is Richard, a happily married father of two and successful business owner. Unfortunately for Richard, his wife’s beloved younger brother moved in after completing rehab, and Richard’s wife insists that her brother join the company that Richard has worked so hard to buildâ??which is creating friction in an otherwise idyllic marriage.

Readers are also introduced to Rachel, a proud mother and grandmother, who has exhausted all medical options and has learned that her terminal illness has brought her to her final few months of life. She and her daughter have two different ideas about how she should spend her last days.

Others include Jonathan who uncovers a friend’s illegal activity at work, and Carlton who is facing bankruptcy and homelessness.

The characters serve as poignant archetypes that help to explore the uncertainties that all people inevitably face on a regular basis. In the book, the author details in logical and plain speak the not-so-obvious fallacy in agonizing with the age-old question, “What should I do?” Whether or not the question is asked of oneself or of another, readers are shown how this is indeed the wrong question to ask, and further “The problem with asking the wrong question is that whatever answer the question yields, it won’t matterâ??because it will almost always be wrong!” Readers also learn of similar pitfalls when trying to gain new perspective by imagining what someone else might do in the same situation, to include parents, grandparents, religious figures and any other well-known personalities, e.g. “What would Jesus do?”

Instead, the author argues with compelling intensity, that there is a much more qualified source of inspiration, wisdom, and counsel: One’s future self.

The Angels Listened In: Learning to listen to and speak to God



Abusing His Grace

by Stephanie Gridley

To Dean Hardaway, a man of many secrets, image is everything, and he will do whatever it takes to protect and promote his own, even at the expense of his hapless wife, Grace. And if she fails to fall in line, she pays the price–dearly.

Having weathered difficult adolescent years after the death of her parents, Grace longs for security, stability, and love. She thinks she has found it in former Marine Dean Hardaway. After a short courtship the two marry, and only then are Dean’s true colors revealed. While members of their church and close friends believe the Hardaways have the perfect family–Dean is employed at a highly profitable technology enterprise while Grace maintains their home and cares for their five daughters–no one has a clue that Dean actively terrorizes his children, abuses his wife and is engaged in a torrid affair with Angelica Billups, a beautiful, mysterious woman who has appeared from nowhere.

The decline of the Hardaways’ marriage is presented against the backdrop of the Baptist Christian church–namely Christ First Baptist Church, where the Hardaways have been members for over a decade. The goings-on at this dysfunctional church play a major role in the dynamics of the Hardaways’ marriage, and despite questionable advice from their philandering pastor Grace clings to her Christian faith and prays for deliverance from her misery. When she finally gets it, it comes from the last person she’d ever expected, and in a far more violent manner than she ever could have imagined.

Thanksgiving Night (Angel Paws Holiday Book 1)

by Jordan Taylor

Night is a military K-9 dropout . . . but still destined to be a hero.

Michelle hasn’t experienced a Thanksgiving Day without Jacob since they were married twelve years ago. Her sons have never known a holiday season without their dad. Now, Jacob is overseas, deployed worlds away, and Michelle must navigate Thanksgiving alone with her boys and their black German Shepherd Dog, Night.

Michelle is wondering if that big, boisterous dog might just be the straw that broke the camel’s back when her holiday is turned upside down by unexpected danger. Then she discovers Night could mean more to her family than she ever guessed. . . .

Stories in the Angel Paws and Angel Paws Holiday series celebrate the unique bond between canines and humans with heartfelt, moving, and insightful tales for anyone who has ever loved a dog.

Always Faithful: Clean Amish and Military Romance

by Alexis Fernando

Always Faithful is a clean, Amish, romance set in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. A modern love story where 300-years of religious and old world European tradition clash with the 21st Century when an Iraq and Afghanistan, battle hardened, young, handsome marine comes to town looking to find a new normal for his life.

Always Faithful tackles some of the same difficult decisions as many people in the new global economy face where people of different cultures and religions come into closer contact, fall in love and try to blend two worlds. It also touches on the challenges of living in a closed society where genetically similar people marry and have children.

As the pool of genetic combinations becomes smaller and smaller, the prevalence of recessive genetic disease becomes greater. Find out if love will overcome or if genetics or religion will stop it before it has a chance to bloom.

Love between Amish and non-Amish people is rarely permitted and can cause a young Amish person to have to give up everything to follow their heart. Always Faithful will make your heart beat quicker with the turn of every page as we watch the lives of people with so much on the line pursue this forbidden love.

A standalone short story ending Happily Ever After and unlimited reading with Kindle Unlimited!

Mail Order Bride: The Bride’s Second Chance Christmas: Clean and Wholesome Romance (Christmas Mail Order Brides Book 1)

by Faith Johnson

Mail Order Bride: The Bride’s Second Chance Christmas (Clean and Wholesome Romance) 



Faith Johnson brings you this wonderful, clean and wholesome Mail Order Bride Christmas Story .


Christmas is fast approaching, and the townspeople of Second Chance Creek are getting excited for the holiday. For Pastor Thomas Gruber though, the season is a sad reminder of his late wife, who was taken from him too soon. But when he stumbles over a mysterious young woman in the snow, Thomas forgets his own melancholy as he wonders at her story.

Charlotte Simmons has come to Second Chance Creek to escape her abusive husband and reunite with her sister, Mercy. By now that she has arrived, she feels her will slipping. Even though kind Pastor Thomas has been a great assurance, Charlotte fears that exposing herself could bring danger to her sister’s family. And to Pastor Thomas, with whom she believes she is falling in love.

But the force of love is strong, and Christmas is a time for miraclesâ??and second chances.

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Leap of Faith

by Melissa Tarantino

How can a person move forward when their life is falling apart? Mary Beth learns how with the help of her friend, Angela. She begins by taking a leap of faith that leads her on a journey to a better life. That decision launches Mary Beth into a year filled new adventures and unexpected twists.

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