Making Magnificent Marriages

Author: Jared Pingleton
Editor: Marriage Improvement Tools
ISBN: 9780989918909
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Making Magnificent Marriages is a Biblically sound and highly practical resource that will help transform your marriage. It comes highly recommended by marriage experts like John Townsend, Henry Cloud, and Greg Smalley.

Making Marriage Magnificent

Author: Reed Markham
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ISBN: 9780882906133
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Making Your Marriage Magnificent

Author: Joy R. Martin
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Love That Lasts

Author: Gary Ricucci
Editor: Pdi Ministries
ISBN: 9781881039020
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The Magnificent Marriage

Author: Barbara Cartland
Editor: Barbara Cartland Ebooks Ltd
ISBN: 1788670612
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The Making Of The Magnificent Seven

Author: Brian Hannan
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476619107
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The story behind The Magnificent Seven could have been a movie in itself. It had everything—actors’ strike, writers’ strike, Mexican government interference and a row between the screenwriters that left one removing his name from the credits, all under the lingering gloom of post–McCarthy era Hollywood. A flop on release, it later became a box office hit. This book tells the behind-the-scenes story: how Yul Brynner became the biggest independent producer in Hollywood; why John Sturges was not the first choice after Brynner surrendered the director’s chair; why Sturges quit; the truth about the Mirisch Company (producers); the details of the film’s botched release and unlikely redemption; the creation of Elmer Bernstein’s classic score; and how internecine fighting prevented the making of the television series in 1963. Myths about Steve McQueen, his feud with Brynner and the scene-stealing antics of the cast are debunked. A close examination of the various screenplay drafts and the writers’ source material—Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai—shows who wrote what. Extensive analysis of Sturges’ directorial work is provided.

What Makes A Happy Marriage

Author: Radzilani N Martin
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1546296190
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What Makes a Happy Marriage is all about providing guidelines for anybody in whatever level of the relationship. It digs deep into various problems people who are either married, in romantic relationships, or seeking romantic partners, are facing—anger, jealousy, violence, being taken for granted, why men just quit the relationship—It also provides solutions to these problems. For people in marriage, some other problems it addresses and their solutions include: How to avoid the pains of arguments. • Agree on or eliminate your differences How to avoid cheating or pushing spouse into cheating. • Get busy by focusing on doing something positive How to make love work. • List down all the reasons it isn’t working For those in romantic relationship, it provides solutions on: How to keep a better man. • Be a better woman How not to keep a man. • Don’t beg him to stay For those seeking romantic partners, it gives insight on: Five effective ways to get to know a potential partner • Learn the words the person speaks Is love dangerous? Is love painful? Are there blessings in love? How love works? The book answers all these questions for you. You’ll almost certainly find any problem you might be facing and its solution, and any question you might be having about love, in this book.

A Lifelong Love

Author: Gary Thomas
Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 0830781218
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A good marriage isn’t something found; it’s something made. In this revised and updated edition of the bestselling book A Lifelong Love, author Gary Thomas shares that when couples pursue spiritual purpose and worship it builds lasting intimacy and friendship between them. In A Lifelong Love, Thomas takes couples on three essential journeys leading to a strong marriage: The journey toward each other The journey toward God The journey toward love Whether readers are feeling discouraged about their marriage or simply want to infuse their relationship with greater spiritual and relational passion, A Lifelong Love offers the guidance they need to embrace the eternal intentions that God has for them.

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The Magnificent Heresy

Author: Royston Moore
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426994443
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The large ancient Egyptian Empire won by Thutmose III and his son, Amenhotep II, brought great wealth to Egypt. This legacy was squandered by the later pharaohs of the eighteenth dynasty. The person chiefly responsible for its loss was Waenre Amenhotep IV, who always called himself by the name Akhanaten, being devoted to his God Aten, believing in a single God Aten, represented by the Solar Disc. His crime was to attempt to force that single God on his people and attempted to destroy their beliefs in the many Gods of Egypt worshipped for centuries by his people. An attempt that caused havoc in the Middle East. Since we now know some five hundred500 years must be deducted from the present chronology of Egypt after the thirteenth dynasty, we now know that he copied his idea from the beliefs of the Israelite people and their belief in the coming of a Messiah would bring eternal peace to the world. However, this deduction means we must re-write the history of Egypt and its relations with other countries. This book attempts to do this. Although it is written in a fictionalized form to increase your enjoyment, every event is historical accurate and did occur at that time as described. But it is also a story of the true love of their men and women. Though the morals of Egypt were very different from what we accept today, they did love each other.

Making A Wedding Speech

Author: John Bowden
Editor: How To Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781857036602
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So you've been asked to say a few words on the day. The problem is, we don't get much practice, do we? That's why this book will prove so useful to you. It will show you how to prepare and deliver a unique and memorable speech that you can be proud of. What's more, you'll enjoy it! CONTENTS: Finding a captivating opening and compelling close - turning listeners into participants - weaving quotations into your speech - saying it with humour - using your voice well - giving out the right non-verbal messages - having self-confidence and coping with nerves - fifty model speeches About the author John Bowden has over 20 years' experience as a professional trainer and senior lecturer in communication skills. He has written several books on speech making and is a member of the Comedy Writers' Association.

Marriages Families And Relationships Making Choices In A Diverse Society

Author: Mary Ann Lamanna
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337516171
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This best-selling text on marriages, families, and relationships combines a rigorous scholarly and applied approach with a theme especially relevant to today's dynamic global environment: making choices in a diverse society. The authors use an engaging narrative to create a highly readable text that offers insightful perspectives on the diversity of our modern society, including different ethnic traditions and family forms. The balanced presentation discusses a variety of theoretical perspectives (e.g., family ecology, structure-functional, interaction-constructionist, family systems, biosocial), emphasizing both social structure and the importance of individual agency, choice, and decision-making. Students are encouraged to question assumptions and reconcile conflicting ideas and values as they make informed choices in their own lives. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Magnificent Mind At Any Age

Author: Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
Editor: Harmony
ISBN: 0307451739
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It all starts with your brain: how you think, how you feel, how you interact with others, and how well you succeed in realizing your goals and dreams. When your brain works right, so do you. When it’s out of balance, you feel frustrated, or worse. Yet amid all the advice that bombards us daily about how to keep the rest of our body strong and healthy, we hear very little about how to keep the most complex and magnificent organ of all—the human brain—in top working order. Based on the most up-to-date research, as well as on Dr. Daniel Amen’s more than twenty years of treating patients at the Amen Clinics, where he and his associates pioneered the use of brain imaging in clinical practice, Magnificent Mind at Any Age does exactly that. Dr. Amen shows how many of the traditional approaches to overcoming the mind-centered challenges that hold us back—try harder, work longer, find the sheer willpower—either do not work or may make our problems worse. The true key to satisfaction and success at any age is a healthy brain. By optimizing our brain function we can all develop these qualities of a magnificent mind enjoyed by the world’s most successful and happiest people: • Increased memory and concentration • The ability to maintain warm and satisfying relationships • Undiminished sexual desire and performance • Goal-oriented perseverance • Better impulse control and mastery over potential addictions • Free-flowing creativity and the ability to relax and enjoy life’s pleasures To achieve this, as Dr. Amen explains here in clearly accessible language, we have a range of options available, including proper diet, natural supplements and vitamins, exercise, positive thinking habits, and, if needed, medication. In addition to revealing how we can all take advantage of such strategies to enjoy the benefits of a balanced and healthy brain at every stage of our lives, Dr. Amen also pinpoints specific ways to tailor behavior, nutrition, and lifestyle to deal effectively with common mental challenges such as memory problems, anxiety and depression, attention deficit disorder, and insomnia. Whether you’re in the midst of a demanding career or are looking forward to an active and richly rewarding retirement, Magnificent Mind at Any Age can give you the edge you need to live every day to your fullest potential.

Magnificent Marriage

Author: Gordon MacDonald
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The Magnificent Spilsbury And The Case Of The Brides In The Bath

Author: Jane Robins
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848543859
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Bessie Mundy, Alice Burnham and Margaret Lofty are three women with one thing in common. They are spinsters and are desperate to marry. Each woman meets a smooth-talking stranger who promises her a better life. She falls under his spell, and becomes his wife. But marriage soon turns into a terrifying experience. In the dark opening months of the First World War, Britain became engrossed by 'The Brides in the Bath' trial. The horror of the killing fields of the Western Front was the backdrop to a murder story whose elements were of a different sort. This was evil of an everyday, insidious kind, played out in lodging houses in seaside towns, in the confines of married life, and brought to a horrendous climax in that most intimate of settings -- the bathroom. The nation turned to a young forensic pathologist, Bernard Spilsbury, to explain how it was that young women were suddenly expiring in their baths. This was the age of science. In fiction, Sherlock Holmes applied a scientific mind to solving crimes. In real-life, would Spilsbury be as infallible as the 'great detective'?

My Magnificent Eagle

Author: Bonnie Lil Murphy & Mary Lynn Rose
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504911881
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This autobiography contains the lifetime events and highlights of author and Maine native, Bonnie Lil Murphy. Mrs. Murphy draws from her experiences as a world traveler, as well as a United States Army veteran, graduate of the Baptist College of Florida. Through reading My Magnificent Eagle, most readers will be able to identify with the pain, heartaches, and neglect of an unwanted child then soar to new heights as she has blossomed into a productive adult full of joy, compassion and love for God. Her honesty, kindness and trusting soul abounds as she carries supplies and Bibles to Southern Baptist missionaries around the world, earning the recognition as “the lady who brings us the Bibles.” Join the journey into a child’s life on a Maine farm then soar with her as we travel into adulthood looking back on the world of fear and excitement, wonder, salvation, and love. Since early childhood, the author has had an insatiable identity with the American Bald Eagle and watched in wonderment as the eagles soar freely into the sky. Isaiah 40:31 says, “but they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”

The Edwardians And The Making Of A Modern Spanish Obsession

Author: Kirsty Hooper
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1789627265
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What did the Edwardians know about Spain, and what was that knowledge worth? The Edwardians and the Making of a Modern Spanish Obsession draws on a vast store of largely unstudied primary source material to investigate Spain's place in the turn-of-the-century British popular imagination. Set against a background of unprecedented emotional, economic and industrial investment in Spain, the book traces the extraordinary transformation that took place in British knowledge about the country and its diverse regions, languages and cultures between the tercentenary of the Spanish Armada in 1888 and the outbreak of World War I twenty-six years later. This empirically-grounded cultural and material history reveals how, for almost three decades, Anglo-Spanish connections, their history and culture were more visible, more colourfully represented, and more enthusiastically discussed in Britain's newspapers, concert halls, council meetings and schoolrooms, than ever before. It shows how the expansion of education, travel, and publishing created unprecedented opportunities for ordinary British people not only to visit the country, but to see the work of Spanish and Spanish-inspired artists and performers in British galleries, theatres and exhibitions. It explores the work of novelists, travel writers, journalists, scholars, artists and performers to argue that the Edwardian knowledge of Spain was more extensive, more complex and more diverse than we have imagined.

The Magnificent Moll

Author: John Gonzales
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The Magnificent Ambersons

Author: Booth Tarkington
Editor: Modern Library
ISBN: 0679642005
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Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of all time Winner of the Pulitzer Prize when it was first published in 1918, The Magnificent Ambersons chronicles the changing fortunes of three generations of an American dynasty. The protagonist of Booth Tarkington's great historical drama is George Amberson Minafer, the spoiled and arrogant grandson of the founder of the family's magnificence. Eclipsed by a new breed of developers, financiers, and manufacturers, this pampered scion begins his gradual descent from the midwestern aristocracy to the working class. Today The Magnificent Ambersons is best known through the 1942 Orson Welles movie, but as the critic Stanley Kauffmann noted, "It is high time that [the novel] appear again, to stand outside the force of Welles's genius, confident in its own right." "The Magnificent Ambersons is perhaps Tarkington's best novel," judged Van Wyck Brooks. "[It is] a typical story of an American family and town--the great family that locally ruled the roost and vanished virtually in a day as the town spread and darkened into a city. This novel no doubt was a permanent page in the social history of the United States, so admirably conceived and written was the tale of the Ambersons, their house, their fate and the growth of the community in which they were submerged in the end."