Master Potter

Author: Jill Austin
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768499151
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Master Potter. "You are not merely beginning a book but rather entering your own journey into the ravished heart of Jesus, the Master Potter." ---MIKE BICKLE, International House of Prayer Forsaken is a broken clay vessel in Comfort Cove, a quaint 19th-century fishing village. This is a story about the struggle for her soul as she is discarded on the Potter's Field, the town's garbage dump. The cosmic war for humanity is brought to vivid reality as Master Potter finds her there. You may see yourself as you read about Forsaken and her struggle toward wholeness. Through many trials she develops intimacy, receives healing from her past pain and brokenness, and learns that Master Potter desires her even in her weakness. No one is too broken to be healed and used by God. Heavenly and satanic forces battle for Forsaken's soul until Master Potter rescues her, giving her a new name and new hope for her life. Supernatural encounters, visits from the spirit world, and her personal struggle for hope blur the line between allegory and reality.

Master Potter And The Mountain Of Fire

Author: Jill Austin
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 076842190X
Size: 73.65 MB
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Master Potter And The Mountain Of Fire. Surrounded by raging fire, Beloved travels through eternity in a crystal chariot. Beloved's heart is tranformed by Master Potter, the Bridegroom King.

Dancing With Destiny

Author: Jill Austin
Publisher: Chosen Books
ISBN: 0800794257
Size: 30.19 MB
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Dancing With Destiny. Too often Christians drift from the creativity that is a vital part of everyday living. This can lead to discouragement in the valleys and shortsightedness on the mountaintops. Visionary and prophetic leader Jill Austin invites readers to take a closer look at the promises of destiny. No heart is truly fulfilled until it is awakened to Jesus's love and his call to save the lost. Dancing with Destiny helps readers discover their deepest dreams, follow the Holy Spirit to the heart of Jesus, and move in divine strategies. With inspiring personal examples and unusual insight into the lives of biblical dreamers, lovers, and warriors, Austin shows readers how to use their God-given creativity and authority to move in spiritual power.

Saving Grace

Author: Ryan Phillips
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768492882
Size: 59.80 MB
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Saving Grace. As the only daughter of a successful businesswoman, Grace grew up with nothing but the best. Sheltered by her single mother and educated in an exclusive private school in Detroit, Grace was not ready for the harsh realities of an unforgiving world. Grace's naivete coupled with her desire to experience life on her own terms leads her down a path of emotional devastation and physical abuse. Through a chance encounter Grace meets Mike, a successful design artist who introduces her to a relationship very different from her usual one-night-stands and affairs with married men.Things take a turn for the worst however when Grace's roommate walks in on her and her married personal trainer in their apartment. This betrayal tears apart Mike and Grace's romance and shatters the trust and friendship between Grace and Trina. In the midst of torn relationships, Grace's mother dies in a tragic plane crash leaving Grace with no one left to turn to except the God she thought had long since abandoned her.

Ivory Throne Chronicles Of The House Of Travancore

Author: Manu S. Pillai
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9351776433
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Ivory Throne Chronicles Of The House Of Travancore. In 1498, when Vasco da Gama set foot in Kerala looking for Christians and spices, he unleashed a wave of political fury that would topple local powers like a house of cards. The cosmopolitan fabric of a vibrant trading society - with its Jewish and Arab merchants, Chinese pirate heroes and masterful Hindu Zamorins - was ripped apart, heralding an age of violence and bloodshed. One prince, however, emerged triumphant from this descent into chaos. Shrewdly marrying Western arms to Eastern strategy, Martanda Varma consecrated the dominion of Travancore, destined to become one of the most dutiful pillars of the British Raj. What followed was two centuries of internecine conflict in one of India's premier princely states, culminating in a dynastic feud between two sisters battling to steer the fortunes of their house on the eve of Independence. Manu S. Pillai's retelling of this sprawling saga focuses on the remarkable life and work of Sethu Lakshmi Bayi, the last - and forgotten - queen of the House of Travancore. The supporting cast includes the flamboyant painter Raja Ravi Varma and his wrathful wife, scheming matriarchs of 'violent, profligate and sordid' character, wife-swapping court favourites, vigilant English agents, quarrelling consorts and lustful kings. Extensively researched and vividly rendered, The Ivory Throne conjures up a dramatic world of political intrigues and factions, black magic and conspiracies, crafty ceremonies and splendorous temple treasures, all harnessed in a tragic contest for power and authority in the age of empire.

The Chronicles Of Robin Hood

Author: Rosemary Sutcliff
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448172985
Size: 66.58 MB
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The Chronicles Of Robin Hood. A classic tale of adventure and bravery charting the transformation of Robert of Locksley into Robin Hood, the outlaw of myth and legend. Join Robin and his band of Merry Men as they battle injustice and seek to defeat the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham and Guy of Gisborne.