Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger and feelings of condemnation: all these are attacks on the mind. If readers suffer from negative thoughts, they can take heart! Joyce Meyer has helped millions win these all-important battles. In her most popular bestseller ever, the beloved author and minister shows readers how to change their lives by changing their minds.
She teaches how to deal with thousands of thoughts that people think every day and how to focus the mind the way God thinks. And she shares the trials, tragedies, and ultimate victories from her own marriage, family, and ministry that led her to wondrous, life-transforming truth–and reveals her thoughts and feelings every step of the way.
This special updated edition includes an additional introduction and updated content throughout the book.
You’ve seen him campaign for president, you’ve laughed at his nationally syndicated newspaper column, now you can own him well, at least the best of his writing.
Here, for the first time in one fat volume, are four of the funniest books by Dave Barry, America’s cleverest writer and a Pulitzer Prize-winner to boot! Learn Dave’s techniques for earning raves as a lover and a parent. Follow his handyman hints and see how easy it is to beat a home into submission. Discover the key steps to kicking and scratching and cheating your way up the corporate ladder.
Whatever the subject, Dave Barry is sure to delight you with his quirky and clever observations.
A guide to English phrasal verbs, containing an analysis of over 12,000, covering both British and American usage. There are over 25,000 natural examples of phrasal verbs in context, grammar codes, and coverage of verbal idioms and related nouns and adjectives.
Robert Fulghum engages with musings on life, death, love, pain, joy, sorrow, and the best chicken-fried steak in the continental United States. The little seed in the Styrofoam cup offers a reminder about our own mortality and the delicate nature of life . . . a spider who catches (and loses) a full-grown woman in its web one fine morning teaches us about surviving catastrophe . . . the love story of Jean-Francois Pilatre and his hot-air balloon reminds us to be brave and unafraid to “fly” . . . life lessons hidden in the laundry pile . . . magical qualities found in a box of crayons . . . hide-and-seek vs. sardines—and how these games relate to the nature of God. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten is brimming with the very stuff of life and the significance found in the smallest details.
For the first time in his own words, President-elect Donald J. Trump explains his plan to make America great again! He wants to put America’s interests firstand that means doing what’s right for our economy, our national security, and our public safety.”
Throughout the 2016 campaign, Trump conjured images of American strength and culture when small towns boomed with industry, mom and pop shops bustled, and people said, Merry Christmas!”
The media scoffed at Trump’s vision and the people who supported him; they were blinded by the Clinton machine. But their eyes were opened after Trump won 62 million votes and the Oval Office. Even Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan said, Donald Trump heard a voice in this country that no one else heard.” As Trump says in Time to Get Tough, I’ve built businesses across the globe. I’ve dealt with foreign leaders. I’ve created tens of thousands of American jobs. My whole life has been about executing deals and making real moneymassive money. That’s what I do for a living: make big things happen ”
Trump is about to make the biggest deals of his life, and he’s going to make them for America! From reversing lax immigration policies to eliminating regulations that restrict small businesses, Donald Trump understands that America doesn’t need cowardice, it needs courage.”
President Elect Trump is about to Make America Great Again” and Time to Get Tough is his blueprint