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Christmas and the Lost Elf is a children's holiday book about a lost elf named Ernie who hides unnoticed in Santa's sleigh and finds himself left behind on Christmas Day in a place far away from the North Pole. There he meets various interesting characters while hoping to somehow find his way back home and, in the process, learns to appreciate Christmas in new and entertaining ways.
"Perfect holiday story :)"
This audiobook is a study of the phenomena known as demonic possession. Subjects include: The Problem of Demonic Possession.
A cataclysm has ruined much of the realm of Valana. Only a few fortified cities high in the mountains have survived. The lands below lay covered by a permanent barrier of mist and only huge, monstrous beasts ever rise up above the cloud bank. In Avondale, the Earl's son harbors a secret. Magic is blamed for the cataclysm and outlawed in the high mountain cities, but Tiberius longs to become a wizard. When he finally begins to practice magic, he knows his time in the wondrous city of Avondale is short.
"Great book! Not such a great narrator..."
Toby the Talking Tree is a fun children's book about Toby, a talking tree, who lives in the forest. It tells the story of Toby and the various species he interacts with, including a young girl, Piper, on vacation with her parents.
"Toby the talking tree"
Along the backwash of the Milky Way Galaxy lies a sun-kissed planet Earthlings call Octavion, a world of sparkling blue oceans, emerald green forests, bright deserts, and blue-green lakes. The size of Earth, with a similar star for its sun, Octavion is moonless with an oxygen-rich atmosphere, a planet of colors so vivid they amaze humans. During the day, the Octavion sun raises the temperature into the 90s Fahrenheit. With a nearly non-existent polar tilt, the seasons change so little, they are barely recognized.
"Love the planet Octavion"
The Mystery of Christmas Tree Village is a delightful children's holiday audiobook about a small village called Christmas Tree Village, how it came to be, and some of the interesting and lyrical characters who live in the village.
The messages of Paul the Apostle have inspired the thoughts and imaginations of Christians of all ages. His authoritative approach to justification and righteousness serve to capture the interest of believers today. It is appropriate that his examples of holiness be presented afresh to our generation. After all, history repeats itself. The indulgences and iniquities rampant in Paul's day appear in churches today. False teachers overlook the sins of neglect.
"Receiving righteousness of Christ"
Earth is dying. Its resources are contaminated. Plagues have decimated the population to a mere two million - a population number not seen on Earth for 50,000 years. With time running out, Earth sends probes to find suitable planets to move its population to before their impending extinction. Project Arcturus is born. An advance party is sent to the distant world of Arcturus to eliminate the current population. The force does not expect the post-Iron-Age civilization to be any threat at all.
Did an insulting decree spark the murder of a young US Army lieutenant in Yankee-occupied New Orleans? Or was it something else? Capt. Jason Bartlett, infantryman-turned-provost marshal investigator must wade through waves of Yankee anger and rebel animosity to solve the mystery.
"snippet out of time"
Far below the beautiful city of Avondale, in the blighted lands of Valana where no one has ever gone and lived, four young adventurers have discovered a world that is beautiful and dangerous. Tiberius, third son of Earl Ageus of Avondale, struggles to understand and control the magic he has dreamed of for so long. Meanwhile, in Avondale a frantic search is underway to discover why Tiberius would willingly leave the city, and find out who has joined him outside the stronghold's massive walls.
Whispering Gulch isn't much of a town. Didn't even have a boot hill like Tombstone. On a dusty day, near the end of the 19th century, a Pinkerton man arrives in Whispering Gulch on a wandering daughter case. Hired by the wealthy father who'd received letters from his daughter postmarked "Whispering Gulch", the Pinkerton man shows a photo around. Several old timers claim this could be the "nekked lady". Could this be a prank?
"A great author/narrator combo"
The Runaway Rabbit Named Robbie is a fun children's adventure story about a rabbit who, along with his pet frog, Pepper, decide to run away from home. Children will enjoy the charming tale of Robbie Rabbit and his various encounters in the forest as he and Pepper find themselves lost on their journey.
"The Runaway Rabbit named Robbie"
Two thousand years ago, Christ was mocked during the crucifixion with a painful crown of thorns. Fast forward to modern day where Khassima, a former betrayer of one of God's chosen, saves the life of Achava, the only protector of Israel. Now, Khassima and Achava seek the Crown of Christ. Meanwhile, Sam Godfrey, an archeologist, goes on an international search for Aharon Malka with Anthea, Achava's archrival half-sister. Aharon may be the key to finding the crown. Or, he may just want it for himself.
First published in 1985, Golden Grain is a compilation of Follette's 80 years of insights into what God is building into his church. Follette distinguished himself from the average Pentecostal of the 20th century by calling out those who sought the manifestations of the Holy Spirit for their own purposes. Though he was at times labeled anti-Pentecostal, he was undeterred in his exhortations against only the inauthentic, flesh-driven expressions that others embraced.
This essay contains two testimonies of demonic oppression. It also covers the occult and its relationship to the demonic. It contains a prayer of salvation, a prayer for destroying the power of a curse, and a prayer for revoking an evil spirit's invitation.
This work addresses the physical power of speech. It has nothing to do with backbiting or slander. It deals with the mystical powers of prayer and spell casting as they relate to God, angels, demons, witches, warlocks, and Christians. It is by no means an exhaustive work, but I think that you will find it to be intriguing.
First published in 1957, Broken Bread is a compilation of written as well as transcribed verbal messages by Follette. Follette distinguished himself from the average Pentecostal of the 20th Century by calling out those who sought the manifestations of the Holy Spirit for their own purposes. Though he was at times labelled as anti-Pentecostal, his exhortations were only against the inauthentic flesh-driven expressions that others embraced.