Author : Morris Goodman
Genre : Motivation (Psychology)
Publisher : GOKO Publishing
ISBN : 0975772309
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One of the leading life insurance salesmen in the world, a member of The Million Dollar Round Table and Top Of The Table, Morris had success, fame, fortune, and a brand new airplane. And then things turned upside down. While attempting to land his airplane one afternoon Morris crashed. With his neck broken at C1 and C2, his spinal cord crushed, and every major muscle in his body destroyed Morris was no longer able to perform any bodily function except to blink his eyes. His injuries were too severe for him to survive. But the man the doctors dubbed "The Miracle Man" did survive and with a strong faith in God, courage and determination, Morris not only rebuilt his body but also his mind and outlook on life. Morris feels you too can learn to be happy, have peace of mind, and accomplish all your goals and dreams no matter what hand life deals you.

Author : John Hendrix
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Abrams
ISBN : 9781613129258
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Miracle Man is a beautifully illustrated biography of Jesus Christ by award-winning author and illustrator John Hendrix. For all Christian denominations and perfect for families to share throughout the year, this book will be especially beloved by the faithful as a gift for Easter, communions, christenings, religious graduations, and all other secular holidays. This book freshly reinterprets some of the oldest and best-known stories in human history and focuses on some of the many miracles that Jesus performed before his crucifixion. Jesus’s miracles are endless. From the large harvest of fish to washing the unclean, healing the sick, feeding the poor, and walking on water, Jesus performs feats that draw in believers that he is the Son of God. Unfortunately it also attracts the attention of nonbelievers, who saddle him with the cross he must bear. After all of his miraculous acts, the book closes with a final wonder for all to see—one that changes faith and religion as the world knows it, forever. The book includes a list of Bible stories that inspired it. Award-winning author and illustrator John Hendrix offers his most personal work to date. Known for his striking use of illustration mixed with custom fonts, his depiction of the life of Jesus Christ will be cherished by the faithful everywhere.

Author : William R. Leibowitz
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : 0989866246
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Author : Seth Jacobs
Genre : History
Publisher : Duke University Press
ISBN : 9780822386087
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File Download : 392 page

America’s Miracle Man in Vietnam rethinks the motivations behind one of the most ruinous foreign-policy decisions of the postwar era: America’s commitment to preserve an independent South Vietnam under the premiership of Ngo Dinh Diem. The so-called Diem experiment is usually ascribed to U.S. anticommunism and an absence of other candidates for South Vietnam’s highest office. Challenging those explanations, Seth Jacobs utilizes religion and race as categories of analysis to argue that the alliance with Diem cannot be understood apart from America’s mid-century religious revival and policymakers’ perceptions of Asians. Jacobs contends that Diem’s Catholicism and the extent to which he violated American notions of “Oriental” passivity and moral laxity made him a more attractive ally to Washington than many non-Christian South Vietnamese with greater administrative experience and popular support. A diplomatic and cultural history, America’s Miracle Man in Vietnam draws on government archives, presidential libraries, private papers, novels, newspapers, magazines, movies, and television and radio broadcasts. Jacobs shows in detail how, in the 1950s, U.S. policymakers conceived of Cold War anticommunism as a crusade in which Americans needed to combine with fellow Judeo-Christians against an adversary dangerous as much for its atheism as for its military might. He describes how racist assumptions that Asians were culturally unready for democratic self-government predisposed Americans to excuse Diem’s dictatorship as necessary in “the Orient.” By focusing attention on the role of American religious and racial ideologies, Jacobs makes a crucial contribution to our understanding of the disastrous commitment of the United States to “sink or swim with Ngo Dinh Diem.”

Author : Neil Gaiman
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
Publisher :
ISBN : 0586217541
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Author : Lloyd Burnard
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Jonathan Ball Publishers
ISBN : 9781776190430
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File Download : 256 page

When Rassie Erasmus took over as coach of the Springboks in 2018, few thought they had a chance of winning the Rugby World Cup. The Boks had slipped to seventh in the world rankings and lost the faith of the rugby-loving public. Less than two years later, jubilant crowds lined the streets of South Africa’s cities to welcome back the victorious team. Sportswriter Lloyd Burnard takes the reader on the thrilling journey of a team that went from no-hopers to world champions. He examines how exactly this turnaround was achieved. Interviews with players, coaches and support staff reveal how the principles of inclusion, openness and focus, as well as careful planning and superb physical conditioning, became the basis for a winning formula. The key roles played by Rassie Erasmus and Siya Kolisi shine through. There were ups and downs along the way: beating the All Blacks in Wellington during the Rugby Championship was a high point, but then came Kolisi’s injury, while in Japan the distractions of a volatile support base sometimes shook the players’ focus. Miracle Men is filled with marvellous anecdotes and sharp insights. It is also inspiring testimony to what can be achieved when a group of South Africans from all backgrounds come together as a team.

Author : Robert B. Haas
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Publish Green
ISBN : 9781935098577
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Miracle Man: 100 Days with Oliver is a true tale of medical miracles and undying friendship. The journey begins when Oliver finds himself in a fight for his life, after a fall leaves his hind legs paralyzed. When conditions worsen, Haas refuses to give up on his best friend. At Oliver's bedside in intensive care, Haas asks him for just 100 more days to cherish every moment together. In the struggle that ensues, Haas never loses faith in his canine companion, and the pup proves his mettle.

Author : Douglas Maxwell
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781849437677
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Holding on to your virginity, getting a ring for your pains and something to believe in, that's what Dawn, Rob and Fawziya want. Ozzy, their loser PE teacher needs to believe in something too. It will all be fine when the Miracle Man gets here. Won't it? The characters are bright, fizzy and fast and on a journey heading for a great big unabashed, get-it-right-up-ye finale. This is a National Theatre of Scotland play which will be touring Scotland throughout Spring of 2010.

Author : Brett Parks
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Ambassador International
ISBN : 9781620204207
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October 17, 2012 started as any other day for Navy airman and fitness trainer Brett Parks until he heard screams for help. Without hesitation, he ran towards the sound and apprehended the mugger, unaware that the criminal had a gun. Moments later, the attacker fired a devastating shot directly into Brett’s body. The bullet shredded Brett’s kidney, pierced his intestines, and destroyed several inches of the largest vein in his body. Three sets of surgeons’ hands applied pressure inside Brett’s open stomach to stop the bleeding while nurses delivered coolers full of blood to the operating room every 15 minutes. As the medical team worked fervently to save Brett’s life, his wife received the bleak news that their unborn daughter and young son may grow up without a father. But the God whom Brett had given his life to years before had other plans. After a medical battle that included a 20-day coma, multiple surgeries, and an unexpected amputation, Brett emerged from his coma to begin a long and challenging recovery—medically and spiritually. Miracle Man details Brett Parks recovery as he experienced it and the miracles and greatness of our God in heaven; however, Miracle Man is less about Brett and more about what God has done through his story. Miracle Man: A Bullet that Ignited a Purpose-Filled Life shows readers how to: • prepare (by doing what God puts in front of you), • set goals (by being who God wants you to be), and • never give up (because God has a purpose for your life that only you can fulfill).

Author : James Skivington
Genre : Humorous stories
Publisher : Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN : 9781848763418
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When old Limpy McGhee swears he’s seen the Virgin Mary and received a miraculous cure at the ancient Mass Rock, the villagers of Inisbreen are sceptical. But they reckon without the religious fervour and ambition of Father Burke, the youngest parish priest in Ireland.It’s not long before the devout, the hopeful and the gullible arrive, one of whom is an apprentice hack from the Northern Reporter who believes he’s stumbled upon a major scoop and a shortcut to a Pulitzer Prize.The owner of the local hotel, Dermot McAllister is delighted at the rise in business, as tourists, pilgrims and journalists continue to pour in, but he’s not so happy with the fall in his libido, which is having an adverse effect on his illicit affair with a local schoolmistress. But perhaps some holy water from the Mass Rock might work a miracle!And through all of this, the Miracle Man himself is plotting to get back with his lost love of forty years before.Set in a tiny village on the Irish coast, this is a humorous novel in the classic tradition of Clochemerle and Whisky Galore, packed full of colourful characters, comical situations and hilarious incidents.