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Revelations From The Only True God by Angelika Stellmacher

Revelations From The Only True God by Angelika Stellmacher

Our Creator is indeed a revealer of deep and mysterious things

Genre: Christianity, Bible Interpretations, Spirituality

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Book Description
YHVH the only true God is indeed a revealer of deep and mysterious things. Clear evidence of that is provided throughout the entire length of this book. The reason our Creator is now shedding much more light unto His Word, the Bible, is because He knows exactly where His child, humanity, is positioned within the frame of time. And since He knows His child is already within very close range of a new era it is as though He is now telling it that it has nearly outgrown its current stage of development and thus needs to be prepared for the next one – the great messianic kingdom.

This book reaches beyond most people’s biblical understanding as it deals with Bible subject matter many of us would really like to know so much more about. It goes for instance to extraordinary length in explaining the inner nature of man, getting into this particular subject even to such extent as to sort of ‘taking the invisible and making it visible to us’ and is in this fashion giving structure to it. And in point of fact, a greater understanding of the inward man or inner nature of man will then also result in a heightened awareness of many other Bible topics, including of those this book is dealing with which are topics that range from matters related to the Adam and Eve story, the power of Jesus Christ’s blood to subjects such as the Holy Spirit, the bride, the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven, just to name a few.

This book will no doubt greatly contribute to a much deeper understanding of the Bible as a whole and of God’s divine plan for humankind in particular.

Author Note
My name is Angela. I am the author of “Revelations from the Only True God.” This e-book is an absolute must-read because it deals with Bible subject matter a lot of people from both groups – believers and unbelievers – would really like to know so much more about.

Mankind for instance is still pretty much in the dark on matters pertaining to the inner nature of man. We only have to look at subjects such as soul and (human) spirit to realize that even at this day and age there exists great confusion in terms of what their true meaning really is. We also know precious little about the body-mind connection. The third chapter of this book thoroughly explains everything we ought to know about the ‘essence’ of the inner nature of man which from God’s perspective consists of the heart, the kidneys (body) – the conscience and the spirit (mind). Chapter three reveals why this essence is so important to God and why out of all our chest and belly organs He views the heart and the kidneys as playing the biggest role in this body-mind connection. This incredible chapter basically takes the invisible and makes it visible to us – fascinating subject everybody should look into.

A lot of people are also very confused about God’s divine law. Has it been made void or not? Chapter five sheds plenty of light unto all things to do with God’s divine law.
Another popular yet little understood subject among people is Judgment day. People usually associate it only with gloom and doom. Chapter ten however will open the reader’s eyes to the fact that there is also a very beautiful side to Judgment day and that this much nicer side far outweighs the nasty one.

Since the book deals with a great variety of important Bible issues and was written by me under guidance from God and His Son Jesus, it provides truthful answers to many popular Bible related questions.

Book Excerpt
chapter three

The body – mind connection

The heart, kidneys (body) – conscience, spirit (mind)

This chapter gives a very detailed insight into the inward/inner man or inner nature of human souls, beings or persons.

PART ONE The heart and the kidneys

The heart

The heart is the real inner man

Our Creator knows our true thoughts, intentions, feelings and so on (1) because He is the one who looks into, tests and refines our hearts and kidneys (2), even as His glorified Son Jesus now also searches, tests and refines our hearts and kidneys by the power of His Father’s Holy Spirit (3).

Since the heavenly Father has equipped His children/child, the human race, with intelligence (4), we should really pay much closer attention to His messages in His written Word (5) and also should never be afraid, especially not those who belong to His spiritual household (6), of asking Him for guidance in all matters (7).

YHVH the only true God knows the entire make-up of man in the most detailed way (8) and He dearly wants us now to see that the heart plays the most important part in respects to the shaping of ones kidneys, conscience and spirit (spirit of the mind). The heart’s strong influence over the kidneys, conscience and spirit is clearly demonstrated throughout God’s Word, the Bible. Because in it this most powerful organ, which has a lot to do with emotions and feelings, is also associated with spiritual qualities (spirit of the heart (9) – most positive quality in the heart is love), with thinking, imagination, understanding and reasoning (10) and with being the motivating force behind our behaviour (11). Indeed, our hearts are very powerful. They influence our minds even to such extent that they take control over our choices we make and decide over whether we see things through or not. In other words, the heart can either motivate or discourage (think of willpower) the whole human being (12). The truth is a lot of the things we observe, hear, see and read are not just taken into the mind to stay there for further processing. No, most of this data or information that enters the mind – especially social relationship related matters – will travel into the heart which thinks about this incoming information and then sends its thoughts on it back into the mind again. This actually means that we think and react – say and do – according to the thoughts of our heart or according to what our hearts are dictating us to think, say and do. The heart rules over the kidneys and other belly organs (body) as well as over the mind/brain (conscience, spirit), which in effect means, it rules over the whole human soul, being or person (13). Because the heart is so powerful, it is the real inner man (14).

God’s Word clearly shows us that there is a close connection between heart and kidneys as well as between heart and spirit (of the mind) (15). The other part of the inner man, namely the conscience, is involved in matters relating to morality (16) and because of that has in a sense its own unique relationship with the heart and kidneys, which, like all other matters briefly touched on here, is explained in more detail throughout later parts and sections of this chapter. It is important to know however that regardless of what role or how big a role any of the other parts of the inward man may play, the heart always plays the biggest since it is the influence of the heart alone that ultimately determines whether a person possesses a perfect (clear) or an imperfect (not clear of offence) conscience, or whether one expresses desirable/ positive or undesirable/negative spiritual properties. Most of us do have (spirit of the heart) and express (spirit of the mind) a mix of both, namely desirable and undesirable spiritual qualities.

Desirable : love, faith, self-control, humility, patience, long-suffering, kindness, godly or
truly spiritual wisdom (opposite to men’s wisdom), truly spiritual justice,
understanding, strength et cetera (17).
Undesirable : selfishness, impatience, hatred, no self-control, greed, pride, fleshly or men’s
wisdom, justice, understanding, strength and so forth (18).

To love in an unselfish, principled way

The heart’s physical function is pumping and spreading blood so as to nourish the body and to keep the entire human soul or being which or who is something living, moving, expressing – thus something that has and expresses emotions and character/personality (think of spiritual qualities), alive (19).
Love has its seat in the heart. But as a result of inherited sin we cannot express this precious quality to perfection. A complete healing of the heart and thus also of the whole human being can only be achieved by way of an indwelling of Holy Spirit and the consequent gradual working of the Father’s and Son’s eternal spiritual qualities into our inner man, and more specifically, into our hearts (20).

Please note: The numbers in brackets have been converted by my publisher into hyperlinks.
They connect the reader to the Bible references which are positioned at the end of the book.

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Featured Author! Paula Rae Wallace

Paula Rae Wallace Headshot v3You won’t want to miss this compelling Christian fiction author, Paula Rae Wallace! A pastor’s wife and a mother, she shares the miracles-through the lives and experiences of captivating characters-of walking daily with Jesus! Combining plot with social critique, this Dallas-based author supplies absorbing and entertaining reading! With the unlikely credential of a degree in fashion from Colorado State University, Mrs. Wallace adds glamour and élan to elegant role models! After all, God is elegant and extravagant as is his creation of the heavens and the earth! Check out the description of the New Jerusalem! If you enjoy captivating characters with their ups and downs and enchanting locales that support timely plot lines, don’t miss out on any of her previous works. Christian fiction: Dazzling, Treasures, Wealth, Magnificence, Radiance, The Andersons, Family Forged, and Gaining Ground Devotional works: Dwelling by the Well and The Prayer and Praise Journal

Brenna by Paula Rae Wallace

Can God take the barren desert of Brenna’s life, and make it bloom?

Genre: Romance, Suspense

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Book Description
Destitute, desperate, dysfunctional pretty well sum up Brenna Renee Hamilton’s existence! With a drug-abusing mother and no idea of who her father is, life goes from bad to worse. Taking responsibility for the other kids that keep coming as a result of her mother’s continuing poor choices, Brenna’s only hope of escaping and helping her siblings to kick free is through making good grades.

Struggling to earn a degree in geology as she works jobs and the oversight at home, she gets into a legal jam. In a timely manner, she finds Christ as her Savior! Trying to take a Creationist stance in the classroom doesn’t help her with professors, where her grades barely stay respectable!

Even with the Lord, her dreams seem to shatter as she reaches Tulsa, Oklahoma, to apply for a job with a prestigious geological firm. Disastrous! Even as she attempts to flee, the dream of making a home for her siblings sustains her.
Can it be true what Candy Milton, the pastor’s wife who led her to Christ, assured her? Can God really take the barren desert of her life and make it bloom?

Find out. . .

A stand-alone novel, Brenna will captivate to the end! Follow her struggles through harsh realities! As she seeks professional status, she also embarks upon a personal quest: to fill in the blanks of her life never supplied by her single mother! And to help her ‘siblings’ on their personal odysseys!

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Ebook of the Day! Destined to Soar by K.P. Yohannan

Destined to Soar by K.P. Yohannan

Learn how to rise above the weight of this world to be all for Jesus.

Genre: Christian Living/Devotional

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Book Description
You are destined to soar. Flying lessons included.
Our lives feel so cluttered—our schedules, our houses, our minds—Sometimes we don’t even know what we should be thinking anymore.

Come up higher where the air is crisp and clean.
Like a breath of fresh air, K.P Yohannan calls us far above this world where the air is clear and we can see again. These short, hard-hitting chapters keep you thinking and confront you with change. You will discover that there is a purpose for your struggles and a way to walk through them with joy, peace and trust in the Living God. Time and time again, you are brought face-to-face with what is really important.

This is a call to live for another world.
If you allow this book to sink into your heart, you’ll begin to soar with wonder for the Lord, respect for mankind and a greater desire for this world to know Jesus Christ.

Author Bio
K.P. Yohannan Headshot v3Dr. K.P. Yohannan has been crisscrossing the globe for the last 40 years, challenging the body of Christ to discipleship. His call to a radical lifestyle with an all-out commitment to Jesus has left its impact on nearly every continent. To the Church caught up by the tidal waves of compromise and self-preservation, Yohannan’s life message is as fresh as today s podcast yet as timeless as the scriptural mandate itself.
Yohannan is the founder and international director of Gospel for Asia, a Christian mission organization that has brought the Good News of Christ to millions in South Asia over the last three decades.

Born in India, Dr. Yohannan, at the age of 16, responded to the Lord s call to serve Him in North India. In 1974, he came to the United States, where he received his theological training and pastored a church for four years.

When the Lord reminded Yohannan of the countless millions in Asia still waiting to learn of His love, he resigned his pastorate, and he and his wife, Gisela, started Gospel for Asia. Today, the ministry supports thousands of national workers and vibrant congregations throughout South Asia. Additionally, Gospel for Asia s Bridge of Hope program cares for tens of thousands of children, helping them break out of the generational curses of poverty and hopelessness.

Dr. Yohannan is a prolific writer with more than 200 books published in Asia. Yohannan’s landmark book, Revolution in World Missions, is an international bestseller that has literally changed the course of mission history in our generation.

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Sheltered By God by Jennifer Adair

Sheltered By God by Jennifer Adair

Spend a year in the life of an April 27, 2011 super outbreak survivor

Genre: Memoir, Spirituality, Weather

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Book Description
Brandon Adair, 27, and his wife Jennifer, 30, were married for only 11 months. They had a house they loved, four cats that were like children to them, and dreams of starting a family together.

But in a matter of seconds their dreams were shattered when the walls to their house were literally ripped apart around Jennifer and their pets on April 27, 2011. By the end of the day their home state of Alabama was battered by 62 tornadoes. Brandon and Jennifer’s home was obliterated by an EF5. Only their foundation, floors, and a pile of rubble remained.

Then the questions began. Were the neighbors okay? Where were their pets? Where was Jennifer’s purse with all of her identification? Where would they live? Would they rebuild or move?

But most importantly, how would they rebuild their lives when everything they knew was gone?

To preserve the darkest moments of her life for her future children, Jennifer kept a journal for a year after the tornado outbreak. In her own words she tells about the emotional and mental impacts of surviving a massive tornado, the nightmares that haunted her, and their day to day life as they struggled through recovery, a second tornado, and a difficult childbirth all within the first year.

In her book Jennifer Adair holds nothing back. She writes about the good and bad equally, revealing a side of survivors that’s rarely seen.

Author Bio
Jennifer Pitts Adair is a software engineer from Athens, Alabama. She received a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Jennifer and her husband Brandon have one daughter and four cats.

In her spare time Jennifer enjoys running, reading, crocheting, knitting, watching college football, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

Revelations From The Only True God by Angelika Stellmacher

Revelations From The Only True God by Angelika Stellmacher

Our Creator is indeed a revealer of deep and mysterious things

Genre: Christianity, Bible Interpretations, Spirituality

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Book Description
YHVH the only true God is indeed a revealer of deep and mysterious things. Clear evidence of that is provided throughout the entire length of this book. The reason our Creator is now shedding much more light unto His Word, the Bible, is because He knows exactly where His child, humanity, is positioned within the frame of time. And since He knows His child is already within very close range of a new era it is as though He is now telling it that it has nearly outgrown its current stage of development and thus needs to be prepared for the next one – the great messianic kingdom.

This book reaches beyond most people’s biblical understanding as it deals with Bible subject matter many of us would really like to know so much more about. It goes for instance to extraordinary length in explaining the inner nature of man, getting into this particular subject even to such extent as to sort of ‘taking the invisible and making it visible to us’ and is in this fashion giving structure to it. And in point of fact, a greater understanding of the inward man or inner nature of man will then also result in a heightened awareness of many other Bible topics, including of those this book is dealing with which are topics that range from matters related to the Adam and Eve story, the power of Jesus Christ’s blood to subjects such as the Holy Spirit, the bride, the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven, just to name a few.

This book will no doubt greatly contribute to a much deeper understanding of the Bible as a whole and of God’s divine plan for humankind in particular.

Author Note
My name is Angela. I am the author of “Revelations from the Only True God.” This e-book is an absolute must-read because it deals with Bible subject matter a lot of people from both groups – believers and unbelievers – would really like to know so much more about.

Mankind for instance is still pretty much in the dark on matters pertaining to the inner nature of man. We only have to look at subjects such as soul and (human) spirit to realize that even at this day and age there exists great confusion in terms of what their true meaning really is. We also know precious little about the body-mind connection. The third chapter of this book thoroughly explains everything we ought to know about the ‘essence’ of the inner nature of man which from God’s perspective consists of the heart, the kidneys (body) – the conscience and the spirit (mind). Chapter three reveals why this essence is so important to God and why out of all our chest and belly organs He views the heart and the kidneys as playing the biggest role in this body-mind connection. This incredible chapter basically takes the invisible and makes it visible to us – fascinating subject everybody should look into.

A lot of people are also very confused about God’s divine law. Has it been made void or not? Chapter five sheds plenty of light unto all things to do with God’s divine law.
Another popular yet little understood subject among people is Judgment day. People usually associate it only with gloom and doom. Chapter ten however will open the reader’s eyes to the fact that there is also a very beautiful side to Judgment day and that this much nicer side far outweighs the nasty one.

Since the book deals with a great variety of important Bible issues and was written by me under guidance from God and His Son Jesus, it provides truthful answers to many popular Bible related questions.

Book Excerpt
chapter three

The body – mind connection

The heart, kidneys (body) – conscience, spirit (mind)

This chapter gives a very detailed insight into the inward/inner man or inner nature of human souls, beings or persons.

PART ONE The heart and the kidneys

The heart

The heart is the real inner man

Our Creator knows our true thoughts, intentions, feelings and so on (1) because He is the one who looks into, tests and refines our hearts and kidneys (2), even as His glorified Son Jesus now also searches, tests and refines our hearts and kidneys by the power of His Father’s Holy Spirit (3).

Since the heavenly Father has equipped His children/child, the human race, with intelligence (4), we should really pay much closer attention to His messages in His written Word (5) and also should never be afraid, especially not those who belong to His spiritual household (6), of asking Him for guidance in all matters (7).

YHVH the only true God knows the entire make-up of man in the most detailed way (8) and He dearly wants us now to see that the heart plays the most important part in respects to the shaping of ones kidneys, conscience and spirit (spirit of the mind). The heart’s strong influence over the kidneys, conscience and spirit is clearly demonstrated throughout God’s Word, the Bible. Because in it this most powerful organ, which has a lot to do with emotions and feelings, is also associated with spiritual qualities (spirit of the heart (9) – most positive quality in the heart is love), with thinking, imagination, understanding and reasoning (10) and with being the motivating force behind our behaviour (11). Indeed, our hearts are very powerful. They influence our minds even to such extent that they take control over our choices we make and decide over whether we see things through or not. In other words, the heart can either motivate or discourage (think of willpower) the whole human being (12). The truth is a lot of the things we observe, hear, see and read are not just taken into the mind to stay there for further processing. No, most of this data or information that enters the mind – especially social relationship related matters – will travel into the heart which thinks about this incoming information and then sends its thoughts on it back into the mind again. This actually means that we think and react – say and do – according to the thoughts of our heart or according to what our hearts are dictating us to think, say and do. The heart rules over the kidneys and other belly organs (body) as well as over the mind/brain (conscience, spirit), which in effect means, it rules over the whole human soul, being or person (13). Because the heart is so powerful, it is the real inner man (14).

God’s Word clearly shows us that there is a close connection between heart and kidneys as well as between heart and spirit (of the mind) (15). The other part of the inner man, namely the conscience, is involved in matters relating to morality (16) and because of that has in a sense its own unique relationship with the heart and kidneys, which, like all other matters briefly touched on here, is explained in more detail throughout later parts and sections of this chapter. It is important to know however that regardless of what role or how big a role any of the other parts of the inward man may play, the heart always plays the biggest since it is the influence of the heart alone that ultimately determines whether a person possesses a perfect (clear) or an imperfect (not clear of offence) conscience, or whether one expresses desirable/ positive or undesirable/negative spiritual properties. Most of us do have (spirit of the heart) and express (spirit of the mind) a mix of both, namely desirable and undesirable spiritual qualities.

Desirable : love, faith, self-control, humility, patience, long-suffering, kindness, godly or
truly spiritual wisdom (opposite to men’s wisdom), truly spiritual justice,
understanding, strength et cetera (17).
Undesirable : selfishness, impatience, hatred, no self-control, greed, pride, fleshly or men’s
wisdom, justice, understanding, strength and so forth (18).

To love in an unselfish, principled way

The heart’s physical function is pumping and spreading blood so as to nourish the body and to keep the entire human soul or being which or who is something living, moving, expressing – thus something that has and expresses emotions and character/personality (think of spiritual qualities), alive (19).
Love has its seat in the heart. But as a result of inherited sin we cannot express this precious quality to perfection. A complete healing of the heart and thus also of the whole human being can only be achieved by way of an indwelling of Holy Spirit and the consequent gradual working of the Father’s and Son’s eternal spiritual qualities into our inner man, and more specifically, into our hearts (20).

Please note: The numbers in brackets have been converted by my publisher into hyperlinks.
They connect the reader to the Bible references which are positioned at the end of the book.

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The Rogue Trust by Deanne Durrett

The Rogue Trust by Deanne Durrett

She’s heir to a fortune. Will her life change for better or worse?

Genre: Romance, Women’s fiction

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Book Description
Widowed and dedicated to raising her twelve-year-old daughter, Becca McGee’s faith is strong and life is good… But then, the arrival of fourteen yellow roses threatens her with change as potential wealth comes wrapped in mystery and accompanied by romance.

Is the Rogue Trust a hoax, a test of her faith, or a blessing? And why is she so attracted to the lawyer who proved himself to be a jerk, might be a stalker, and probably an impostor?

Reader Reviews on Amazon

“A real page turner, kept me guessing.” -Anissa T.

“Great job, Deanne.” -Lauren C.

“I’m looking forward to the next book in this series by a writer who is quickly becoming one of my favorites.” -Showe

Author Note
The arrival of fourteen yellow roses with a cryptic card stirs Becca McGee’s curiosity, the stranger parked across the street in the blue Mazda rouses her suspicion, and a cowboy lawyer stirs her heart. But, is the cowboy lawyer only interested in forcing her to take the trust? And, what does he have in common with the stranger in the Mazda and a jerk at her daughter’s softball game? During a ride in a chauffeur driven limousine, an old man shares memories of a Vietnam battlefield hero and the urgent need to settle the Rogue Trust, but… Is the Rogue Trust a hoax? Or, is her grandmother’s tale about a summer romance, a young man called Rogue, and fourteen yellow roses true? If only she could remember the end of the story.

The Rogue Trust is a story of romance mingled with suspense and a touch of intrigue. Through it all, God’s hand is behind the scenes, preparing people for future service—in the right place, at the right time, willing to do His will and serve those who need help—some might call these people earth angels.

Author Bio
Deanna Durret Headshot v3Born in Oklahoma, I grew up on a farm six miles from the town where I went to school. I expected to marry my high school sweetheart after graduation. That was the way of things in small farming communities back then. My mother, however, had different idea. By the time I realized what she was up to, I was enrolled in college and unpacking my bags at Southwestern State. Thanks to Mom, I met the man of my dreams, and after his graduation, my college guy and I set out to build a life together.

In our early years, Dan’s job kept us on the move, traveling from the Canadian border to the Gulf, and from the Mississippi to the Rockies. Although I didn’t know I wanted to be a writer until I was one, I started packing away memories and experience in a cerebral idea file for future use.

Years later, when the opportunity came my way to write a weekly newspaper column, I said to myself, “I can do that.” The next week when I saw my work in print, it was love at first sight. I’ve been writing ever since. That was 1970.

I wrote the newspaper column for two and a half years, OJT while learning my craft. Highlights published my first story for children in 1972, and after that, I wrote for newspapers and magazines until I sold my first book in 1985.

By this time, our children were grown and married. But, while Dan and I were still adjusting to our empty nest, our son’s marriage dissolved and he came home with a four-month-old baby. I thought I was ready to write full time, but God planned for me to take time to help our son and granddaughter while I gained some more life experience.(I recently discovered that this is called a “divine appointment.”)

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