Forward By: Brenda L. Stovall We have all sinned and come short of the Glory of God. But when the epiphany of the realization of an apparent error has occurred, we must make a u-turn from traveling the "Broad Way" and redirect our steps to the road "less traveled" and become the spiritual trailblazers we were meant to be. This book is a road map to success retold in a poetical format for those who have forgotten their atlas at home, were given "wrong instructions," have taken "shortcuts" "detours" or just "stuck in traffic." This book is for the proud who are too afraid to pull over to ask for directions for the sake of looking bad, but not realizing that they are already looking bad because everyone else in the car saw the exit sign miles ago, but they choose not to listen and continued on their own journey until they've reached the turnpike of life and just don't know how to get off. It is when we are on the road to success, we will obtain fulfillment because now we have stepped into our purpose, because He knows the plans He has for us.of good and not evil. He is soo good; we do not even have to fret because He has ordered our steps. He is Jesus Christ. This is not your typical poetry book. This book is meant to unveil the layers that have been cloaked by the enemy, to free people's minds and hearts, to allow them the space to breathe again because we have a redemptive quality in God. Knowing the price for our sins was paid at Calvary. So when others laugh and scorn you for your past, you will know without a doubt, that the redeemed of the Lord can say.So! That there is a Sea called Forgetfulness and we need to learn how to swim in it. Instead of stirring up the philosophical jargon of "what happened in your childhood," we need to forgive and forget so that we may be healed. That we need to stop living in the swamp of our past and swim in the Pool of Bethesda.the place where others have stepped in front of us and left us behind to die instead of taking us to the troubled water stirred by the Angel. So rise, take up your beds, walk & be free!
Suburban sprawl, advertising clutter, vast industrial plantations of spindly pines punctuated by stone-lined gutters in place of streams--this was the thoroughly modern landscape of Germany by the turn of the century. Most people ignored the devastating changes in their environment, or quickly rationalized them away as the price that had to be paid for "progress." But in 1904, three-quarters of a century before Greenpeace, one group arose that did not compromise on conservation: the movement for "homeland-protection," or "Heimatschutz."
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