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Living in the Promised Land ebook

by Susan M. Wood

In the Old Testament, God called His people to a land that was filled with milk and honey. It was called the Promised Land. Similarly, He calls each believer today to a place of rest and abundant living.

In the Old Testament, God called His people to a land that was filled with milk and honey. is book made possible by combining decades of personal struggle, spiritual counseling, personal Bible study, and a psychology background-can be your pathway to the fullest and happiest days of your life as well. One fee. Stacks of books.

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It was a long narrow pond and across it the land rose up in a wooded hill crowned with power lines. In the moonlight, with a wispy fog, it looked pretty good. In the dark silent living room, I put my hands on Susan’s shoulders and turned her slowly toward me, and put my arms around her. She put her face against my chest and we stood that way, wordless and still for a long time. For as long as we live, I said. Maybe longer, Susan said.

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Manchild in the Promised Land is a 1965 autobiographical novel written by Claude Brown. It chronicles the author's coming-of-age story amidst poverty and violence in Harlem during the 1940s and 1950s. Published at the height of the civil rights movement, the book reached far beyond the traditional literary world, drawing new attention to the lives of those living in urban environments.

To them, this was the promised land that Mammy had been singing about in the cotton fields for many years. On my fourth day in the hospital, I was awakened by a male nurse at about 3 . When he said hello in a very ladyish voice, I thought that he had come to the wrong bed by mistake. Going to New York was good-bye to the cotton fields, good-bye to Massa Charlie, good-bye to the chain gang, and, most of all, goodbye to those sunup-to-sundown working hours. One no longer had to wait to get to heaven to lay his burden down; burdens could be laid down in New York. After identifying himself, he told me that he had helped Dr. Freeman save my life.

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Through rich anecdotes from the past and the testimonies of more than 500 contemporary Americans who do not have children, creates a compelling portrait of the growing isolation of the childless. Hagar Scher Ms. Magazine). provides an intriguing analysis of shifts in public attitudes and values toward parenthood, while surveying developments in reproductive interventions.

This second book written by Susan M. Wood, follows her first, A Place to Call Home (which I also have for sale). This book answers questions readers posed regarding Wears Valley Ranch in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. This story is about a loving, merciful God.
Living in the Promised Land ebook
Susan M. Wood
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Morris Publishing (2006)
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