The law of sowing and reaping is still in effect. This law may hold the answers to struggles in your life. Because, "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." You can choose to receive blessings or curses through this law of sowing and reaping. It's a matter of choice. Are your words too weak and powerless to effect long term changes in others? There's a reason. There's a solution. The Bible talks about resurrection, the power that can raise someone from the dead. Have you experienced that power?
They are highly trained. Their missions are classified. They are our best and last hope. Yet they do not exist. Follow SEAL Team Six as they train, hunt and fight an enemy who reaches out from the most remote corners of the world to murder and maim. These highly-trained, military men are the unknown heroes who endure unimaginable hardship and murderous combat to protect our homeland.
When Lt. Commander Max DuMonde, a US Navy test pilot recovering from injuries on a hospital ship, receives a strange parcel addressed to him from Paris, he doesn't know what to think. Inside are an unmarked set of keys, a photo album, and, strangest of all, news that his father--previously thought KIA (killed in action) in Vietnam--has just died.
"Historical roller-coaster ride!"
Eighteen months ago, Divinity Parker mysteriously disappeared from her school playground. Everyone, including the FBI, believes her to have been killed or trafficked. A resident of a Georgia town insists she knows where the missing girl is. Though Forrest Spencer and his law colleagues are dubious about this claim, Divinity's mother tasks them with the identification and recovery of her daughter. They find the child alive and thriving. What troubles Spencer and his team is why Divinity, only one and a half years gone, wishes so vehemently to remain distant from her California home.
"Gerald Neufeld at his best!"
"The Gift of the Magi" is a short story, written by O. Henry (a pen name for William Sydney Porter) about a young married couple and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money.
Sooner or later, every business, association or organization will want to hold a meeting, seminar or trade show outside their regular offices. How do you find your way amongst the dizzying array of hotels, meeting halls, meal guarantees, accommodations arrangements, party packages, bar plans and billing procedures? Author Judy Williams, a veteran hotel and meeting planner, will guide you through the perils and pitfalls of organizing your event.
The famous children tale by Hans Christian Andersen. The story tells of a homely little bird born in a barnyard who suffers abuse from the others around him until, much to his delight (and to the surprise of others), he matures into a beautiful swan, the most beautiful bird of all. The story is beloved around the world as a tale about personal transformation for the better.
Divine Intervention (drama, mystery) In nineteenth century Canada, a young woman plots to escape the abuses of her bigoted and devoutly religious father before he can violate boundaries that should never be crossed. The River (drama, romance, legal) A star defense attorney experiences a crisis of conscience when he discovers that the client he repeatedly defends against DUIs killed the daughter of the woman he loves. Rex Tanner and the Sword of Damocles (action, adventure, family) When evil Nazis threaten to sabotage the 1936 Summer Olympics, America's pride rests in the hands of race car driver Rex Tanner and his Omnidial – a mysterious device that imbues him with temporary super powers... when it works.
A great short story by O. Henry, from the "Four Million". An humoristic one, featuring New yorkers. O. Henry was the greatest short story writer of his day. His characters may be from America at the turn of the century but their foibles and eccentricities are known to us all, irrespective of culture or time.
One of the famous, and the bleakest short story by O. Henry.The basic ironic plot can be summarized in a sentence - a young man commits suicide in the same room where a young woman for whom he has vainly searched killed herself, but it is the musty atmosphere of the room and the suggestion that every place bears the traces of the lives that have inhabited it that makes the story so compelling.
"The Cop and the Anthem" is a short story by O. Henry. It includes several of the classic elements of an O. Henry story, including a setting in New York City, an empathetic look at the state of mind of a member of the lower class, and an ironic ending.
Ambrose Bierce dabbled very often in stories about ghosts. This story starts with a duel, a bet of sorts, to stay in a haunted house, and ends up a tragic joke. People regularly die of fear in Bierce stories, so beware as you listen to this story masterfully told by Markham Anderson.