A Beginner's Guide to Understanding God's Voice While You Sleep
Author: Stephanie Schureman
Pubpsher: Destiny Image Publishers
What is God saying through your dreams? Your dreams are a unique opportunity to hear from Heaven. While you sleep, daily distractions are absent, creating a space for God to speak. In the night, God intertwines heavenly messages and details from your life into a meaningful, storied tapestry. These divinely woven dreams may offer wisdom, bestow comfort, or inspire courage. This beginner’s guide to dream interpretation will show you how to: Interpret your dreams using Scripture and the Holy Spirit’s guidance, even when dreams are embarrassing or frightening. Capture your dreams in a dream journal. Expand your creative ability by learning to "catch" heavenly treasure from dreams. Understand the meanings behind nightmares. Learn what to do when you experience déjà Vu. Discover your own personal code language with God. You have been given access to God’s supernatural voice. Learn to unlock the language of dreams and visions, and take hold of God’s special words for you!
What does it mean if you dream you're being chased by someone in a dream night after night? What if you're flying, or falling, or spitting out teeth? Should you be embarrassed if you happen to be walking through Grand Central Station in the nude? You dream every night, even if you don't remember your dreams. Dreams are an important key to self-discovery, offering insight, guidance, and inspirations. All dreams--even nightmares--contain positive messages. The trick is learning to decipher the symbolism so you can understand what your dreams are trying to tell you. The Dream Book: includes interpretation of 1,650 dream symbols, along with explanations of recurring dreams, prophetic dreams, violent dreams, dreams about snakes, aboutsex, money, death, and more. You'll also learn to remember your dreams more clearly and discover ways to use them to solve problems in waking hours.
An Anthology of Writings by Italian American Women
Author: Helen Barolini
Pubpsher: Syracuse University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Drawing on rare sources and archival material, Helen Barolini has here collected 56 works by Italian American women writers. The volume features: prose, poetry, one play and a large section of fiction.
In his final years, Egyptian Nobel Laureate Naguib Mahfouz distilled his storyteller's art to its most essential level. Written with the compression and power of dreams, these poetic vignettes, originally collected in two books, The Dreams and Dreams of Departure, here combined in one volume for the first time. These stories telescope epic tales into tersely haunting miniatures. A man finds his neighborhood has turned into a circus, but his joy turns to anger when he cannot escape it. An obscure writer finally achieves fame-through the epitaph on his grave. A group of friends telling jokes in an alley face the murderous revenge of an ancient Egyptian queen. Figures from Mahfouz's past-women he loved, men who inspired him, even fictional characters from his own novels-float through tales dreamed by a mind too fertile ever to rest, even in sleep. Translated by Raymond Stock From the Trade Paperback edition.
This second volume in Kevin Starr's passionate and ambitious cultural history of the Golden State focuses on the turn-of-the-century years and the emergence of Southern California as a regional culture in its own right. "How hauntingly beautiful, how replete with lost possibilities, seems that Southern California of two and three generations ago, now that a dramatically diferent society has emerged in its place," writes Starr. As he recreates the "lost California," Starr examines the rich variety of elements that figured in the growth of the Southern California way of life: the Spanish/Mexican roots, the fertile land, the Mediterranean-like climate, the special styles in architecture, the rise of Hollywood. He gives us a broad array of engaging (and often eccentric) characters: from Harrision Gray Otis to Helen Hunt Jackson to Cecil B. DeMille. Whether discussing the growth of winemaking or the burgeoning of reform movements, Starr keeps his central theme in sharp focus: how Californians defined their identity to themselves and to the nation.
The Making of the Speech that Transformed a Nation
Author: Clarence B. Jones,Stuart Connelly
Pubpsher: St. Martin's Press
"I have a dream." When those words were spoken on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963, the crowd stood, electrified, as Martin Luther King, Jr. brought the plight of African Americans to the public consciousness and firmly established himself as one of the greatest orators of all time. Behind the Dream is a thrilling, behind-the-scenes account of the weeks leading up to the great event, as told by Clarence Jones, co-writer of the speech and close confidant to King. Jones was there, on the road, collaborating with the great minds of the time, and hammering out the ideas and the speech that would shape the civil rights movement and inspire Americans for years to come.
From the self-proclaimed 'unluckiest man in the world', comes the hilarious, true story of Nate Patterson. Living The Dream takes you into the life of Nate Patterson and gives you an inside look at the events that led to his 'unlucky' title. With excerpts such as 'I went to the hospital for a brain tumor and a girl tried to milk me', this tale has it all. The feces-filled stories and comical characters will leave you laughing out loud in the funniest read ever to hit the e-book industry. So indulge yourself in this humorous world, retold by Nate Patterson himself. But be warned: This foul language-filled book will leave you laughing with stomach pains!