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Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert' Kiyiosaki's story of growing up with two dads — his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad — and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
At the end of the second volume of Origin and Destiny of The Earth, you can get the Subject Index of Great Principles and Values. It is intended to make it easier for parents and educators to find the stories in these two volumes that contain the moral principles and values that at a given time, they may wish to teach the children, as well as the character defects they should correct.
The second part of this series, entitled Life of Jesus and His Disciples presents 191 stories that recount the life of the Lord and the lives of those who followed Him. Jesus is the main character. His words and actions make His wisdom manifest and His faultless example will deeply impress the reader and will progressively shape and build the character of tomorrow's men and women.
Nature shows us her eight remedies to preserve our integral health: water and earth, sun, physical exercise, air, rest, abstinence from toxic substances, nourishment, and a positive mental attitude. This unique work, written by Dr. Ernst Schneider, an eminent researcher and author of various pioneering books on natural medicine, brings the healing virtues of natural agents and the practical manner of their application within the reach of everybody.
In The Jesus Puzzle Bible you'll find word for word Bible passages talking about Jesus' ministry. Some pages contain a fun puzzle for little hands to put together. By hearing stories and then putting together the puzzles, your child will take to heart the words of Jesus.
Topics covered include: How to survive as a single-and turn singleness to your advantage, Hope for those desperately seeking someone, How to cope with being alone-and with the crises of marital separation, A guide through the minefield of relationships, Sex and the single person, Surviving as a single parent, How to cope with grief over the death of someone special, How to tell love from infatuation.
Do miracles still happen or has modern medicine put an end to all that? After forty years' ministry and a thorough analysis of healing in the Bible, David Collinson opens up new insights into the ministry of healing then and now, explaining how New Testament principles can apply in our world. 'David Collinson's book makes an important contribution. If it encourages Christian leaders to engage in a rediscovery of the Christian healing ministry it will have done a significant job for the extension of God's kingdom.'
Free from Addictions presents a positive and practical approach not just to face up to drugs, other addictive objects and their after-effects (including AIDS); but also to promote and facilitate (self-) control over addictive human tendencies. To that end, it is advisable to use all our spirit's resources.
A beautifully written and illustrated read for children age 5-8. A simple story that deals with children's guilt, confession and forgiveness. The story avoids moralising and provides a guide for children as to the best course when things go wrong.
Noah has an important job. He needs to build a huge ark and fill it with animals too. Now there are things and animals along the way he needs your help to find, like the hammer, the hen, and the hedgehog. Are you ready to help Noah? If so, on your mark, Ready, Set, Find! Read the classic story of Noah’s Ark in this engaging look-and-find book for young children.