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Wind Is Only a Spirit by Martin Peters

Title Wind Is Only a Spirit
Author Martin Peters
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2009-07
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781436382038
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spirit Wind by Peter L. H. Tie

Title Spirit Wind
Author Peter L. H. Tie
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2020-12-29
Category Religion
Total Pages 226
ISBN 1532632746
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spirit Wind, a collaborative investigation into the works and person of the Holy Spirit, clearly and richly demonstrates diversity in theological perspectives but unity in the Christian faith. All theological discussions should aim at humbly respecting theological distinctiveness while sincerely encouraging theological conversations. Spirit Wind offers itself to achieve just that. Spirit Wind consists of nine chapters written by nine Chinese theologians, born in the Orient and trained in the West, who are now serving passionately as seminary professors in Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, or the United States. Each author endeavors to explain the person and works of the Holy Spirit not only from Chinese standpoints but also from biblical, historical, and cultural/pastoral perspectives, and yet all chapters are theological in nature. No theologian claims to capture all matters about the Spirit, but every author of this book is captivated by the powerful presence, sovereign freedom, and beautiful operations of the Holy Spirit. You will be, too!

The Wind and the Spirit by Kevin Stoos

Title The Wind and the Spirit
Author Kevin Stoos
Publisher Strategic Book Publishing
Release 2012-12-19
Category Religion
Total Pages 110
ISBN 1625162456
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jacob, a young black boy from Ghana, sees a shimmering white figure surrounded by a brilliant gold aura above the altar when the priest elevates the bread and wine. After mass, he asks his teacher: "Did you see the Big Man?" and learns no one else did. Jacob’s priest tells him the vision meant that one day Jacob too would become a priest. Two decades later, Father Jacob is installed as a priest in the very church where he saw the Big Man.The year 2010: A Man of Science claims that, by mixing four chemicals together, he can recreate the origins of human life. "I have taken the mystery out of life," he boasts. One night his study is interrupted by a mysterious stranger who asks a question about the universe that science cannot answer, before he disappears into the darkness leaving the Man of Science speechless.Steeped in self-doubt and questioning whether he has accomplished all that God intended for him, a man is visited by a Bachman’s Sparrow, singing from the lowest branch of the tiniest tree, and learns that contentment lies in singing your song from whatever branch God gave you.Second in a series by Catholic author William Kevin Stoos, The Wind and the Spirit is an inspiring collection of these and other short stories, illustrating how the Holy Spirit speaks through people, circumstances, and serendipitous events, proving once again that Coincidence is the name God uses when He wants to remain anonymous.

Fresh Wind of the Spirit by Kenneth C. Kinghorn

Title Fresh Wind of the Spirit
Author Kenneth C. Kinghorn
Publisher Clements Publishing Group
Release 2002-11
Category Religion
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9781894667265
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"In the course of his teaching, Jesus compared the Holy Spirit's working to the wind: 'You hear the sound of it, but you do not know whence it comes or whither it goes' (John 3:8). Although the source of the wind lies beyond human understanding, its effects can clearly be seen all around us." Using heartwarming, firsthand illustrations, Kenneth C. Kinghorn unfolds a clear explanation of the Spirit-filled life. Through the Holy Spirit there is unending joy and comfort meant for every individual who is earnest and receptive to a spiritual revival. The author points out that life today brings many demands upon us. Each of us admits that we need "something beyond ourselves. We want solutions that reach down to the root issues of life and offer meaning to us in the inner sanctuary of our souls." Fresh Wind of the Spirit provides an answer for those seeking a renewed zest to live in our hectic and often impersonal world.

Spirit Wind by Peter L. H. Tie

Title Spirit Wind
Author Peter L. H. Tie
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2020-12-29
Category Religion
Total Pages 226
ISBN 1532632738
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Spirit Wind, a collaborative investigation into the works and person of the Holy Spirit, clearly and richly demonstrates diversity in theological perspectives but unity in the Christian faith. All theological discussions should aim at humbly respecting theological distinctiveness while sincerely encouraging theological conversations. Spirit Wind offers itself to achieve just that. Spirit Wind consists of nine chapters written by nine Chinese theologians, born in the Orient and trained in the West, who are now serving passionately as seminary professors in Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, or the United States. Each author endeavors to explain the person and works of the Holy Spirit not only from Chinese standpoints but also from biblical, historical, and cultural/pastoral perspectives, and yet all chapters are theological in nature. No theologian claims to capture all matters about the Spirit, but every author of this book is captivated by the powerful presence, sovereign freedom, and beautiful operations of the Holy Spirit. You will be, too!

Title Architectural Projects of Marco Frascari The Pleasure of a Demonstration
Author Dr Roger Samuel Ridgway
Publisher Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Release 2015-07-31
Category Architecture
Total Pages 148
ISBN 1472441745
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Frascari is best-known for his extraordinary texts, which explore the intellectual, theoretical and practical substance of the architectural discipline. Throughout his academic career, he continued to work on numerous architectural projects, including exhibitions, competition entries, and designs for approximately 35 buildings. Sam Ridgway draws on a wide selection of Frascari’s texts, including his richly poetic book Monsters of Architecture, to explore the themes of representation, demonstration, and anthropomorphism. Three of Frascari’s delightful buildings are then brought to light and interpreted, revealing a sophisticated and interwoven relationship between texts and buildings.

Spirit Through the Heavens by Xin TiaoDeShunJian

Title Spirit Through the Heavens
Author Xin TiaoDeShunJian
Publisher Funstory
Release 2020-05-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 1648978428
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A youngster who walked out of Green Leaf Town had the chance to break the seal within his body. From then on, he would be able to shock the world with a single thought and shatter mountains and rivers with a single palm strike. Cultivating both the Spiritual Martial Force and Martial Spirit traversed through the ten thousand worlds, trampling over countless geniuses and causing many close female friends to bow in defeat! "I have finished three novels, so a total of ten million words is enough for me. Please don't worry about it and read it!" 

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