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The Miracle of Water

by Masaru Emoto

Masaru Emoto has photographed thousands of water crystals throughout his years of research, yet few have been as beautiful and life affirming as those formed from the words "love and gratitude." In The Miracle of Water, Dr. Emoto demonstrates how water's unique role in transporting the natural vibration of these words can help you welcome change and live a more positive and happy life. This thoughtful book includes new and extraordinary water-crystal photographs that provide convincing reasons for all of us to choose positive words and strive for perfect resonance for a more healthy, peaceful, and happy life.

Miracle on 34th Street

by Todd Strasser

Kris Kringle turns up at Macy's, just in time to replace a drunken Santa and turn a little girl's precocious cynicism into dreams fulfilled. A novelization of the classic film.

Miracle on 34th Street

by Francine Hughes

From the Book jacket: "You're a very good Santa Claus." Susan Walker has a new friend named Kriss Kringle. He says he's Santa Claus. He has a Santa suit of his very own. He even has a reindeer for a friend. Susan doesn't think he's the real Santa Claus, but just in case he is, she asks him for some very special presents.

Miracle on the 17th Green

by James Patterson Peter De Jonge

Travis McKinley's life has drifted sideways. His job, his marriage, even his children all feel disconnected and distant. Has he really accomplished nothing of consequence in his life? One Christmas Day, Travis plays a round of golf and finds himself for the first time in the zone--playing like a pro. In astonishingly short order, Travis is catapulted into the PGA Senior Open at Pebble Beach, where he advances to the final round. And while his wife, his children, and a live television audience watch, a miracle takes place that changes Travis, and his family, forever.

Miracle Prayer

by Susan G. Shumsky

MIRACLE PRAYER proposes a systematic approach to focusing one's intention and formulating prayers that get results, based on the premise that your thoughts create your destiny. Using a prescribed prayer format that will heal and transform your mind, you will learn how to accept with full faith that the desired goal can be achieved. The powerful, field-proven system, which draws on the Religious Science tradition, has produced miracles in the lives of millions of people worldwide. A simple-to-learn nine-step technique for results-oriented prayer.Teaches readers to identify and overcome obstacles preventing them from achieving their desires.Shumsky studied under the founder of Trascendental Meditation, Maharishi Manesh Yogi, and her book speaks to a growing popular interest in intentional prayer."I've never seen a better how-to guidebook for fulfilling goals through prayer and visualization. Not only does Dr. Shumsky help you get what you want--she also helps you figure out how to know what you want and how to remove the blockages to getting it. You will gain tremendous insight into the workings of your mind. Read it now!" --James Van Praagh, author of Talking to Heaven

The Miracle (Singing River #3)

by Gilbert Morris

In the midst of the Great Depression, seventeen-year-old Lanie Freeman hopes to keep her family together, become a writer, and find love. But an unexpected health crisis and a devastating town scandal leave the Freeman family reeling. Will their faith uphold them as they struggle to survive? Book Three of the Singing River saga.

Miracle: Twin Babies

by Fiona Lowe

GP Kirby Atherton was hoping that her new job would distract her from the devastating news of her infertility, and gorgeous A&E doctor Nick Dennison is definitely distraction personified! Their burning attraction cant be ignored. And it results in a miracle!

Miracle Wimp

by Erik P. Kraft

Certain to appeal to boys, Miracle Wimp takes readers on an episodic journey that is sure to keep them laughing. The story follows Tom Mayo as he navigates his way through wood shop, dating, driving, and the meat-headed Donkeys, bullies who are determined to make his life miserable. Filled with humorous details and sardonic wit, Erik Kraft deftly portrays high school through the eyes of a wise-cracking misfit.

Miracle Workers, S.C.E. Book Two

by Keith R. A. Decandido Dayton Ward Kevin Dilmore David Mack

STARFLEET CORPS OF ENGINEERS. Their motto: Have tech, will travel Need to build a subspace accelerator while under attack by a deadly local predator? Need to rescue a starship from interphase without getting trapped there yourself? Call in the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team, specifically the crack team from the U.S.S. da Vinci. Under the guidance of Captain David Gold and his first officer, former Starship Enterprise engineer Commander Sonya Gomez, the crew of the da Vinci can construct six impossible things before breakfast. Overseen by Captain Montgomery Scott from his office at Starfleet Headquarters, the S.C.E. crew put their lives on the line to rescue a space station from catastrophe, and face off against a deadly alien race of technology thieves with the aid of Lieutenant Nog from Space Station Deep Space 9 . MIRACLE WORKERS, SCE #2 contains the complete eBook editions of S.C.E. adventures #5-8.

Miracles

by Terri Blackstock

In a world of doubt, disillusionment, and disbelief--it's time for miracles!For all who believe in the unseen comes this gift of Miracles--two stand-alone stories now together for the first time. You'll savor these stories from award-winning, best-selling author Terri Blackstock that reveal how thin the wall really is between heaven and earth . . . and how God remains a God of miracles even today.The Listener--Something strange happened to Sam Bennett this morning. He is hearing the thoughts of other people. The waitress at the coffee shop. The elevator operator in Sam's office building. His wife, his secretary, even his pastor. Simply by looking at them, Sam can hear their hearts' deepest needs. Is he going crazy . . . or about to experience a miracle beyond his wildest dreams?The Gifted--Three friends rescued from the rubble of an earthquake are just glad to be alive. They soon realize, however, that something much more miraculous happened during the earthquake . . . something supernatural. Understanding their newly acquired powers is difficult enough. But when the gifts suddenly vanish, even greater questions arise about the origin and obligations of these miraculous gifts from above.

Miracles and Wonders

by Calvin Miller

Miller investigates the Scriptures and modern testimonials, analyzing the discrepancy between science and miracle, and explores such perplexing questions as why God chooses to intervene on some occasions but not on others.

Miracles Do Happen

by Briege Mckenna Henry Libersat

Sr. Briege McKenna is a Catholic Sister (a nun who goes out into the world) who is recognized by the Catholic church as being a conduit for miraculous healing. She works all over the world, side by side with doctors, healing the critically ill and dying. This book details some of the things she's witnessed and experienced.

Miracles Every Day

by Maura Poston Zagrans

God's Spirit is everywhere.Miracles Every Day is the story of Dr. Issam Nemeh, a Cleveland-based physician and devout Catholic who has prayed over tens of thousands of people from all faiths and all walks of life in the past two decades. The result? Miracles. Injuries healed, cancers cured, sight and hearing restored. Yet, as Dr. Nemeh will be the first to point out, "the miracles are just to get our attention." The healings do not originate from him, but from God. It is this humility and dedication to those in need that have won him the respect and trust of laypeople and religious leaders alike. This inspiring chronicle, beautifully told by author Maura Poston Zagrans, traces the lives of the doctor and his dedicated wife, Kathy, and brings us the uplifting stories of the many people who have been healed through one man's powerful faith. Miracles Every Day is a compelling reminder of God's individual and unconditional love for each one of us. Along the way you will meet the dedicated family members, volunteers, and clergy who support the Nemehs in their work. They speak of a ministry of hope, of lives changed and saved through not just the power of prayer, but through the awesome Spirit-driven power of love.

Miracles from Heaven

by Christy Wilson Beam

In a remarkable true story of faith and blessings, a mother tells of her sickly young daughter, how she survived a dangerous accident, her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the symptoms of her chronic disease.Annabel Beam spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals with a rare and incurable digestive disorder that prevented her from ever living a normal, healthy life. One sunny day when she was able to go outside and play with her sisters, she fell three stories headfirst inside an old, hollowed-out tree, a fall that may well have caused death or paralysis. Implausibly, she survived without a scratch. While unconscious inside the tree, with rescue workers struggling to get to her, she visited heaven. After being released from the hospital, she defied science and was inexplicably cured of her chronic ailment. MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN will change how we look at the world around us and reinforce our belief in God and the afterlife.

Miracles Happen: One Mother, One Daughter, One Journey

by Brooke Elison Jean Elison

At age eleven, Brooke Elison was hit by a car on her way home from school. As a result, she was permanently paralyzed. This is her memoir, and also the story of Jean Elison, her mother, who worked tirelessly to ensure that Brooke would be a successful woman. This story chronicles their lives over the ten years following the accident, telling of countless trials and triumphs, ending when Brooke graduated from Harvard.

Miracles of Mind: Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness and Spiritual Healing

by Russell Targ Jane Katra

From the Table of Contents: chapter one The Illusion of Separation A Physicists Description of His Psi Experiences chapter two Our Astonishing Nonlocal Mind CIA Spying at SRI Yields Unequivocal Proof of TSP. chapter three What We Have Learned about Remote Viewing How You Can Learn to Do It Yourself chapter four The Masters of the Universe and the Mystery of Psi The Golden Experiments in Psi from This Century chapter five Precognition: Time and Time Again What Does It Mean to Look into the Future chapter six Are Psychic Abilities Using Psychic Abilities in the World, Including Spiritual Healing chapter seven The Making of a Healer Becoming a Healer Cosmic Consciousness, Mystical Experiences chapter eight The Healing Experience Mind-to-Mind Connections: Jane's Healing Experiences Chapter nine Minding the Body Significant Mind-Body Experiments and Distant Influence chapter ten Ways of Healing Spiritual and Energy Healing, Therapeutic Touch, Diseases chapter eleven a Prayer and the Healing Connection Healing Prayer Love and Surrender How to Do Spiritual Healing chapter twelve The Physics of Miracles and the Magic of Mind A Theory of Unity Consciousness and Hope for the Future The book also include an extensive bibliography.

Miracles on the Water

by Tom Nagorski

An unforgettable story of children in wartime, of heroism at sea, and--above all--of courage and the power of the human spirit.On September 17, 1940, at a little after ten at night, a German submarine torpedoed the passenger liner S.S. City of Benares in the North Atlantic. There were 406 people on board, but the ship's prized passengers were 90 children whose parents had elected to send their boys and girls away from Great Britain to escape the ravages of World War II. They were considered lucky, headed for quiet, peaceful, and relatively bountiful Canada.The Benares sank in half an hour, in a gale that sent several of her lifeboats pitching into the frigid sea. They were more than five hundred miles from land, three hundred miles from the nearest rescue vessel.Miracles on the Water tells the astonishing story of the survivors--not one of whom had any reasonable hope of rescue as the ship went down. The initial "miracle" involves one British destroyer's race to the scene, against time and against the elements; the second is the story of Lifeboat 12, missed by the destroyer and left out on the water, 46 people jammed in a craft built and stocked for 30. Those people lasted eight days on little food and tiny rations of drinking water. The survivors have grappled ever since with questions about the ordeal: Should the Benares have been better protected? How and why did they persevere? What role did faith and providence play in the outcome?Based on first-hand accounts from the child survivors and other passengers, including the author's great-uncle, Miracles on the Water brings us the story of the attack on the Benares and the extraordinary events that followed.

Miracles: What They Are, Why They Happen, and How They Can Change Your Life

by Eric Metaxas

An inspiring and eye-opening exploration of the phenomenon of miracles from the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Bonhoeffer. <P><P> What are miracles, and why do so many people believe in them? What do they tell us about ourselves? And what do we do with experiences that we cannot explain? <P> In Miracles, Eric Metaxas offers compelling -- sometimes electrifying -- evidence that there's something real to be reckoned with, whatever one has thought of the topic before. Miracles is also a timely, thoughtful, and civil answer to the books of the "New Atheists" -- Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Sam Harris -- who have passionately asserted not just the impossibility of miracles and the supernatural, but the outright harmfulness of belief in them. <P> Metaxas -- whom ABC News has called a "witty ambassador for faith" -- provides the measured and wide-ranging treatment the subject deserves, from serious discussion of the compatibility between faith and science to astonishing but well-documented stories of actual miracles from people he knows. <P> A more current, anecdotal, and personal version of C. S. Lewis's 1947 book on the subject, Miracles is a powerfully winsome challenge that miracles are not only possible but are far more widespread than most of us ever might have imagined.

Miraculous Health: How to Heal Your Body by Unleashing the Hidden Power of Your Mind

by Lou Aronica Rick Levy

The power to live a pain-free life of health and well-being is stored deep in the limitless human mind. Miraculous Health is the revolutionary blueprint for accessing this power. Dr. Rick Levy systematically guides the reader through a specific program to heal physical illness or injury. His sequence of proven prescriptive mind-body healing techniques leads to immediate results and miraculous changes in long-term vitality. Dr. Levy's methods are easy to learn and can be customized for individual needs. The exercises in this book come with cogent explanations of why they work, complete with their scientific underpinnings, and are illuminated by true healing stories and personal anecdotes. To maximize the power of the work in this book, the author provides twelve potent mind-body tools to the reader as free audio downloads accessed via the Web. Most important, the reader can do this with no more specialized training than a commitment to better health. Not just a feel-good theory, and much more than the revelation of a phenomenon, Miraculous Health unleashes the power within to heal in dramatic and enduring ways.

The Mirador (Doctrine of Labyrinths #3)

by Sarah Monette

The dashing wizard Felix Harrowgate has reclaimed his sanity, magic, and position in society. But even as he returns to his former place in the Mirador-the citadel of power and wizardry -- there are many who desire his end. Mildmay the Fox is an ex-assassin, a cat-burglar, and Felix's half-brother. Tied to Felix by blood and magic, Mildmay goes where Felix goes-even into the Mirador. There, Mildmay finds himself drawn to an alluring spy of the Bastion, a rival school of wizards.<P><P> The Bastion desires above all else to bring down the Mirador, and Felix is the key to its destruction. But Mildmay cannot let Felix stand alone, and will fight to save both his brother and his city from certain ruin.

Mirage

by Nina Burleigh

Two hundred years ago, only the most reckless or eccentric Europeans had dared to traverse the unmapped territory of the modern-day Middle East. But in 1798, more than 150 French engineers, artists, doctors, and scientists--even a poet and a musicologist--traveled to the Nile Valley under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte and his invading army. Hazarding hunger, hardship, uncertainty, and disease, Napoleon's "savants" risked their lives in pursuit of discovery. The first large-scale interaction between Europeans and Muslims in the modern era, the audacious expedition was both a triumph and a disaster, resulting in finds of immense historical and scientific importance (including the ruins of the colossal pyramids and the Rosetta Stone) and in countless tragic deaths through plague, privation, madness, or violence. Acclaimed journalist Nina Burleigh brings readers back to the landmark adventure at the dawn of the modern era that ultimately revealed the deepest secrets of ancient Egypt to a curious continent.

The Mirage

by Matt Ruff

A mind-bending novel in which an alternate history of 9/11 and its aftermath uncovers startling truths about America and the Middle East 11/9/2001: Christian fundamentalists hijack four jetliners. They fly two into the Tigris & Euphrates World Trade Towers in Baghdad, and a third into the Arab Defense Ministry in Riyadh. The fourth plane, believed to be bound for Mecca, is brought down by its passengers. The United Arab States declares a War on Terror. Arabian and Persian troops invade the Eastern Seaboard and establish a Green Zone in Washington, D.C. . . . Summer, 2009: Arab Homeland Security agent Mustafa al Baghdadi interrogates a captured suicide bomber. The prisoner claims that the world they are living in is a mirage-in the real world, America is a superpower, and the Arab states are just a collection of "backward third-world countries." A search of the bomber's apartment turns up a copy of The New York Times, dated September 12, 2001, that appears to support his claim. Other captured terrorists have been telling the same story. The president wants answers, but Mustafa soon discovers he's not the only interested party. The gangster Saddam Hussein is conducting his own investigation. And the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee-a war hero named Osama bin Laden-will stop at nothing to hide the truth. As Mustafa and his colleagues venture deeper into the unsettling world of terrorism, politics, and espionage, they are confronted with questions without any rational answers, and the terrifying possibility that their world is not what it seems. Acclaimed novelist Matt Ruff has created a shadow world that is eerily recognizable but, at the same time, almost unimaginable. Gripping, subversive, and unexpectedly moving, The Mirage probes our deepest convictions and most arresting fears.

Mirage: Florida and the Vanishing Water of the Eastern U.S.

by Cynthia Barnett

Part investigative journalism, part environmental history, Mirage reveals how the eastern half of the nation--historically so wet that early settlers predicted it would never even need irrigation--has squandered so much of its abundant fresh water that it now faces shortages and conflicts once unique to the arid West. Florida's parched swamps and supersized residential developments set the stage in the first book to call attention to the steady disappearance of fresh water in the American East, from water-diversion threats in the Great Lakes to tapped-out freshwater aquifers along the Atlantic seaboard. Told through a colorful cast of characters including Walt Disney, Jeb Bush and Texas oilman Boone Pickens, Mirage ferries the reader through the key water-supply issues facing America and the globe: water wars, the politics of development, inequities in the price of water, the bottled-water industry, privatization, and new-water-supply schemes. From its calamitous opening scene of a sinkhole swallowing a house in Florida to its concluding meditation on the relationship between water and the American character, Mirage is a compelling and timely portrait of the use and abuse of freshwater in an era of rapidly vanishing natural resources. Cynthia Barnett, a reporter for Florida Trend magazine, has been a newspaper and magazine journalist for twenty years. Her numerous journalism awards include three investigative-reporting prizes in the Green Eyeshades, which recognize the best journalism in eleven southeastern states. In 2004, she was awarded a Knight-Wallace Fellowship at the University of Michigan, where she spent a year studying freshwater supply. She lives in Gainesville, Florida.

The Mirage of America in Contemporary Italian Literature and Film

by Barbara Alfano

The Mirage of America in Contemporary Italian Literature and Film explores the use of images associated with the United States in Italian novels and films released between the 1980s and the 2000s. In this study, Barbara Alfano looks at the ways in which the individuals portrayed in these works - and the intellectuals who created them - confront the cultural construct of the American myth. As Alfano demonstrates, this myth is an integral part of Italians' discourse to define themselves culturally - in essence, Italian intellectuals talk about America often for the purpose of talking about Italy.The book draws attention to the importance of Italian literature and film as explorations of an individual's ethics, and to how these productions allow for functioning across cultures. It thus differentiates itself from other studies on the subject that aim at establishing the relevance and influence of American culture on Italian twentieth-century artistic representations.

Miranda the Explorer

by James Mayhew

IFrom the book: n a sudden storm, Miranda's balloon bursts from its morrings, and she finds herself high in the air with only a map of the world and lots of sandbags. As she lands in different locations around the world, children help her learn about their countries and about controlling a balloon. This is a great introduction to world geography.

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