The many dreams you dream are depictions of personal change, revelations of future events or resolution to problems. This handy guide could be the key to a whole new world of understanding the ever-changing seasons of your life. Seasons will change, are you equipped to meet the new challenges and changes they bring? Your new set of instructions will help you learn: The secret to playing the game of life Why dream numerology really work How to maneuver between the seasons Your mission on earth and the objectivity of your purpose That the dream dictionary are signs from God to make you wonder Much, much more!
Seasons Change is a contemporary work of fiction that explores the lives of several Christians who are at various seasons in their lives. The main character, Renate, struggles with past hurts from a previous relationship but puts on a brave and happy façade as if all is right in her world. The reality is that she has to acknowledge her hurts but not allow them to hinder or dictate her future. The other characters have struggles too as they try to reconcile walking the path that God has laid before them, i.e, walking into their destiny vs. choosing their own path and being outside of the will of God. This book is guaranteed to give you something to think about as we all face different seasons in our lives. No matter what seasons you are on, stay on the course and let God lead the way.
Eighteen-year-old Tiffany is intent on getting things settled once and for all with her boyfriend, Jordan, who seems preoccupied lately. When she learns she is pregnant, Tiffany heads to Jordan’s house to give him the news—only to find him in the arms of another woman. Heartbroken, Tiffany decides to tag along with her father to visit her grandmother in Memphis, hoping that the trip will provide her with clarity. She has no idea that the trip will change her life. Desperate to fi nd some direction, Tiffany visits a local job fair. But after a chance encounter with handsome US Navy recruiter David Morgan, Tiffany is lured through the open door to his heart. Torn between her loyalty to her baby’s father and her newfound love for David, Tiffany must now decide whether to accept David’s invitation to attend college near his naval base in West Virginia, or stay back and try to make it work with a man who seems to have no interest in her or their baby. In this contemporary romance, as the seasons comes and go, a young woman must reconcile her past before she can move into her future with the one man she trusts with her heart.
Spring, summer, winter, and fall: Earth’s four seasons are beautiful and wondrous phenomena to behold. We can see the seasons change, but knowing the science behind it makes the process even more amazing. Readers learn about Earth’s revolution around the sun. Age-appropriate language makes a high-level topic accessible for young readers, while full-color photographs and diagrams highlight each season’s true beauty.
In some parts of the world, Earth's four seasons are very different. Some places don't experience much of a change in seasons at all. This book explains the science behind the changing of the seasons. The features of each season are explained in the context of the Earth's position relative to the sun. Age-appropriate text, full-color photographs, and infographics demystify this complex topic. Readers will learn about our yearly journey around the sun.
Author Alfreta Sailor knows life can be challenging at times. With a goal of motivating others to make small changes that have the power to make big differences, Sailor shares a thought-provoking guide filled with wisdom and advice drawn from her more than sixty years of life experiences. Sailor offers encouragement to anyone looking to be the voice of change not only in their own lives, but also in the lives of others in the form of relatable scenarios that provide a glimpse into such characters as Teenager Tonya, Suspicious Sam, Slacker Steve, and Model Daughter Daisy. These figures vividly illustrate how both good and bad choices affect not only our own lives, but also the lives of those around us. Through in-depth examination of common emotions such as jealously, insecurity, and pride, Sailor explores the foundation of relationships, provides possible outcomes, and suggests simple solutions that she hopes will instigate positive change. Seasons Change, So Can You speaks to anyone desiring practical advice on how to look inward and make life-changing transformations.
Nia (NEE-YAH) Purpose: Encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community. This book is written about a wonderful woman named Nia. Nia is a thirty something divorced African American mother of one daughter, Noel. She has proven that she can be a good wife and mother while creating a very lucrative career and extravagant lifestyle. Most of her life has been spent doing just that. Unfortunately, in the midst of it all, she sees that she has lost sight of what success truly means. She is now single with an adult daughter. She has a wonderful family. She has wonderful friends. The company she helped build is ranked in the top three of Fortune Five Hundred companies. She has stocks and bonds. On top of it all, she wins the lottery. What’s the problem? They all consume her. Everything consumes her, even her intimate relationships. In fact, she admits she is suffocating.
"After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name” Matthew 6.9 Our Father has given us the prayer for a model of praying that is far greater than any other prayer. The prayer is so special because so many times, we have prayed and He responds in like manner because He has called us by name. I remember hearing the Lord call me by name for many months and thought it was my husband. The Lord then wake me up one early morning and called me by name and prophetically moved me into divine position to preach the gospel. I can show you journals of writings of hearing from God when I thought He had forgotten me or could not hear me.
"This is hockey romance for hockey fans." --Rachel Reid, author of the Game Changers series A veteran hockey player and a rookie can't get away from each other—or their own desires—in this sexy, heartfelt opposites-attract hockey romance. Olly Järvinen has a long way to go. He’s got a fresh start playing for a new team, but getting his hockey career back on track is going to take more than a change of scenery. He’s got to shut his past out and focus. On the game, not on his rookie roommate and his annoyingly sunny disposition—and annoyingly distracting good looks. All Benji Bryzinski ever wanted was to play in the big leagues, and he’s not going to waste one single second of his rookie season. Yoga, kale smoothies and guided meditation help keep his head in the game. But his roommate keeps knocking him off track. Maybe it’s just that Olly is a grumpy bastard. Or maybe it’s something else, something Benji doesn’t have a name for yet. Olly and Benji spend all their time together—on the ice, in the locker room, in their apartment—and ignoring their unspoken feelings isn’t making them go away. Acting on attraction is one thing, but turning a season’s fling into forever would mean facing the past—and redefining the future. Trade Season Book 1: Season's Change
Like a Tree is a collection of inspirational weekly columns that appeared in the Telegram Newspaper under the heading: Walking By Faith between 2001 and 2013. This third volume, Like a Tree, contains select powerful messages. These writings fulfill Janines mandate to Go Girl: Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature (Mark 16:15). These articles have blessed countless readers in Michigan, across the United States and abroad. Some have been published in other periodicals, circulated via email, U.S. mail, shared Facebook posts and blogs. These powerful messages are timeless and will continue to bless readers.
At times, seasons change far too fast, leaving restless hearts longing for the past. Any thoughts of a tranquil Indian summer weekend alone with her husband, Griffin, at their Adirondack Mountains lake cabin vanish like the early setting sun for Deidra. As a decade of estrangement weighs heavily upon them, her resistance to allow her frigid emotional walls to fall leads to heartbreaking confrontations with both Griffin and their adult son, Lucas. Gripped by the fear of losing them both, she worries that it’s too late to erase a lifetime of regrets. Breaking free of her past is Deidra’s only path to salvation. Despite her years of terrible behavior toward her husband and son, both of their admissions that they still love her becomes a lifeline she clings to. As she manages through the emotional ruins to find her way back to them, her own heart begins to heal from a self-inflicted torture. And she finds that the changing of the seasons is as ever constant as is love itself. READER ADVISORY: Fair warning, dear readers. One or more characters might leave you heartbroken but keep reading. Love is as eternal as the seasons. PUBLISHER NOTE: Family Drama. Second-Chance Romance 37,300 words. All characters depicted in this work of fiction are 18 years of age or older.