Triumph Through Failure

Author: John J. Navone
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1625649649
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We confront failure in all levels of our humanity. There is failure in the use of the gifts of the earth, the unlimited exercise of intelligence, the enjoyment of freedom, and in the acceptance of the call of an infinite God. The failure to achieve fulfillment at any one of these levels may contribute to a particular frustration that may destroy the wholesome harmony necessary for happiness. In a period of utopian ideologies and theologies, this book may serve as a reminder that we do fail and that our faith does not promise that we shall not fail. Yet, precisely because we experience failures, we find cause for hope and deliverance outside ourselves. This is the theology of the cross--triumph through failure.

Triumph Over Failure And Fear

Author: Sally Allen
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ISBN: 9781948261425
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When you feel overwhelmed, overworked, and not sure what to do ... It's time to dig deep and fi nd your resiliency. But how? Sally Allen was a statistic waiting to happen. Born into a toxic environment, forced into an arranged marriage, and being sexually abused left her in a chronic state of fear and insecurity. The worst part, however, was the bondage that she created for herself-in her mind. Allen had no idea the life she led wasn't normal. She allowed her circumstances to define who she was. She was powerless. Through a series of events, she found her power. She discovered how to be resilient. Through the power of resilience, she made the paradigm shift: from victim to survivor, from lack of self-esteem to boldness and bravery, from people-fearing to God-fearing. From her journey of finding resilience, Allen discovered a process, and that's the backbone of what you will read. With it, you can find your own resilience and rewrite your story the way you want!

Triumph From Failure

Author: Alistair McAlpine
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From Failure To Triumph

Author: Michael L. Slaughter
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ISBN: 9780996604901
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When we hear about highly successful people, we all assume these individuals have always been successful in life, or perhaps they were just "lucky." This is because we only see the finished product - we see what their life is like now...the triumph. Even if we read about their failures, we still think that these people easily overcame them because they are currently so successful. Through the author's unique writing perspective, the reader creates his or her own image of the individuals within the chapters as they face insurmountable struggles and challenges. He or she will see that failures provide us with hidden opportunities, and that with a few basic principles, success can be achieved by anyone. We all have the potential within us to be great.

Triumph Through Failure

Author: John Navone (s.j.)
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The Failure Of Elisabeth

Author: Eleanor Frances Poynter
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Transatlantic Triumph And Heroic Failure

Author: Tim Collins
Editor: Collins Press
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This account of heroic failure has all the ingredients of a great adventure tale. The Atlantic Steam Navigation Company, the Galway Line, had a colorful history as one of the most unfortunate shipping lines ever registered. Launched in 1858, it suffe

Triumph Through Failure

Author: John Navone
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Success

Author: William M. Thayer
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Ethics Of Success

Author: William Makepeace Thayer
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Triumph Through Failure

Author: John J. Navone SJ
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1725234580
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We confront failure in all levels of our humanity. There is failure in the use of the gifts of the earth, the unlimited exercise of intelligence, the enjoyment of freedom, and in the acceptance of the call of an infinite God. The failure to achieve fulfillment at any one of these levels may contribute to a particular frustration that may destroy the wholesome harmony necessary for happiness. In a period of utopian ideologies and theologies, this book may serve as a reminder that we do fail and that our faith does not promise that we shall not fail. Yet, precisely because we experience failures, we find cause for hope and deliverance outside ourselves. This is the theology of the cross--triumph through failure.

Lessons Of Life And Godliness And Words From The Gospels

Author: Charles John Vaughan
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How To Turn Failure Into Success

Author: Harold Morrow Sherman
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780134354385
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The Triumph Of Failure

Author: Patrick Augustine Sheehan
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Road To A Richer Life

Author: Walter B. Pitkin
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Lessons Of Life And Godliness

Author: Charles John Vaughan
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The Prayer Of Jesus

Author: Thomas Corbishley
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ISBN: 9780385125451
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Turns to our model in all things, Jesus Christ, to seek the truth of prayer. After a general discussion of the individual's relationship to prayer, the book traces the spiritual development of Jesus as shown in the New Testament and presents a line-by-line study of all his prayers. The result is an easily understandable yet deeply enriching book for all who follow Christ and long for the oneness of God which can be felt in the fulfillment of prayers.

The Failure Of Theology In Modern Literature

Author: John Killinger
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Author examines modern literature in relation to several basic doctrines of Christian theology.

The Failure Of Gothic

Author: Elizabeth R. Napier
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The English Gothic novel has recently attracted renewed attention by modern critics who have argued its importance as a mirror of late 18th-century discomfort with the political, psychological, and sexual climate of the times. Elizabeth Napier's work challenges these views, suggesting that the instability of the form may be more successfully addressed through a study of generic structure and its relationship to the designs of the fictional works that preceded it. The first full-length study of narrative conventions in the Gothic, The Failure of Gothic examines the disjunctive form of much Gothic fiction, and its repeated, troubling failure to deal conclusively with both the ethical and the formal issues it raises.