Written in 1917, The Law and the Word is a hard-to-find work by Judge Thomas Troward, a pioneer in mental science. Troward's writings and lectures greatly influenced Ernest Holmes, the founder of Religious Science and writer of The Science of Mind.
This book was one of the first to combine thought energy, scientific reasoning and testing, and creative power, and to see the interconnection of the three.
"Fingernails on a blackboard...."
Just like natural laws, there are spiritual laws with cause and effect. God set the universe in motion with the power of His words and established the law of confession, but many believers have suffered needlessly by misunderstanding the power of their words. Dr. Bill Winston; pastor, Bible teacher, and host of national television program Believer's Walk of Faith - broadcast to over 100 million homes - reveals scriptural examples and vital teaching on the importance of the spoken word.
The Law of Attraction is more than trying to attract positive events into your life. It is about changing the very core of how you think. It is about reshaping and rewiring your thought patterns, so that you can become the person you know you are destined to be.
"Moving words that change thought patterns"
The Ten Supreme Laws to Power, commonly known as "The Mighty Ten," are the supreme laws of business, whose successful mastery will ultimately put you at the center of a powerful business life. This audiobook is based upon proven and basic principles.
A tangled tale of murder, malice, and revenge. Charming Tate Sawyer, a serial Casanova, is found murdered off a popular hiking trail. As the investigation unfolds, Lieutenant Greg Kennedy and his team discover that Sawyer left behind an embittered string of wealthy women, each harboring her own motive for ending his life. Family secrets and sibling rivalry further complicate this dark mystery. Who was this man? Is he destined to a bitter, deceitful legacy, or is there more than meets the eye?
"AWESOME AUDIOBOOK !!!! LOVED IT!!!!!"
Fawzia Mirza's entire life was an attempt to be a "good Pakistani woman". But when her brown fairy tale wasn't coming true, Fawzia discovered a few things about herself. She shares her funny tale for Don't Tell My Mother! at The Laugh Factory in Chicago, IL.