For many, life may be simply a journey where we make our desired choices, hope for the best results and then we die. Still for others, life is a playing field and learning the rules of the game is primary. This book entitled "I will live and not die" is about the divine intervention in the life's journey of a man; and brings to view the question of purpose and destiny giving the reader the opportunity to draw his/ her own conclusions. It is the story of a man from childhood to adulthood and the experiences that would have shaped his faith in YHWH (God). This true account is the account of the author, it is my story. I am Prophet Miykajah Quashie, and I assure you that in this book you will find credence if not for your present faith, then for new faith in the All Mighty YHWH (God). I pray that you will take hold of it and read it with an open mind and experience the life changing power of its content. You will not only be blessed but you will be a blessing to others maybe a love one.
At fifty three years old and I have perhaps 1/3 of my life left to be lived. I have spent several years facing the fact of my mortality. I wrote the following words when I was eighteen. I still believe them whole heartedly. My Guiding Philosophy 1979 We are what we are We do what we do We are nothing less And nothing more than What we choose to be J.J. Nugent Disclaimer What I have done and what I will do with my life is up to me. What you do with your life is completely up to you. You have no one to blame for your choices, except for you. For every choice we make in life there is a consequence. If you do not like the outcome of your choices; often you can make changes now. I accept no responsibility for your choices and consequences. You will become what you choose
Maggie is always full of questions. But a young maid in a fine lady's house isn't supposed to wonder so much, so one day Maggie is thrown out into the street with only a tiny heart-shaped locket for a keepsake. Who is the lady in the locket?
A little dog named Oliver is pushing his nose along an icy sidewalk searching for his lost mistress, or at least something to eat. No matter how hard he looks he can't find either one, but he does see a girl with round blue eyes and a golden locket. The girl calls him "Lucky."
And perhaps Lucky is the right name after all, for the little dog soon helps Maggie find a warm, wonderful home of her own--and one for him, too--in this book from Valerie Hobbs.
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