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Self Confidence: Anxiety Relief:: Breaking Free from Shyness, Insecurity & Shame; Anxiety Management & Stress Solutions for Overcoming Anxiety - 2862390906

58,94 zł

Self Confidence: Anxiety Relief:: Breaking Free from Shyness, Insecurity & Shame; Anxiety Management & Stress Solutions for Overcoming Anxiety Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Authentic and Free: A Journey from Shame to Self-Acceptance - 2862320972

102,02 zł

Authentic and Free: A Journey from Shame to Self-Acceptance CreateSpace

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Sanctified and Set Free: My journey of Transformation from Shame to Grace - 2901413191

80,44 zł

Sanctified and Set Free: My journey of Transformation from Shame to Grace

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Undivided : Coming Out, Becoming Whole, and Living Free From Shame - 2902944501

47,60 zł

Undivided : Coming Out, Becoming Whole, and Living Free From Shame

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Free from Shame - 2893527471

111,64 zł

Free from Shame Lulu.com

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Free From Silence: 12 Success Stories of Overcoming Secrets, Sadness, and Shame - 2903454056

89,25 zł

Free From Silence: 12 Success Stories of Overcoming Secrets, Sadness, and Shame

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Free From Silence: 12 Success Stories of Overcoming Secrets, Sadness, and Shame - 2902934795

93,66 zł

Free From Silence: 12 Success Stories of Overcoming Secrets, Sadness, and Shame

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Self Confidence: Anxiety Relief:: Breaking Free from Shyness, Insecurity & Shame; Anxiety Management & Stress Solutions for Overcoming Anxiety, Worry - 2903355739

75,17 zł

Self Confidence: Anxiety Relief:: Breaking Free from Shyness, Insecurity & Shame; Anxiety Management & Stress Solutions for Overcoming Anxiety, Worry Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Setting the Captives Free - 2902247164

127,91 zł

Setting the Captives Free Wipf & Stock Publishers

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Description: ""Abuse is a problem that needs to be understood, addressed, and challenged. The abused are humans in the image of God who need to be protected, loved, and empowered to stand with us and walk through life with respect and dignity. When God brings a victim to us, we have a responsibility to love them as we want to be loved and be faithful to that responsibility. We must make sure that they and their children are safe, protected, and given the chance to live in peace and love. Abusers are also humans who are in the image of God, and they need to be taught how to live and respect all others. They must be confronted and challenged to change or face prosecution by our legal system and our spiritual communities. ""I believe that the faith community is in a great position to address this problem. We have a God who grieves over the violence that occurs in families. Yet we have a God who grieves even more over the fact that spiritual leaders have failed to act as servants of Yahweh in this respect. ""The rest of this book is an appeal to you to gain an understanding of what it really means to face domestic violence and how to help bring peace and wholeness to victims and their children caught in the web of abuse. It is an appeal to you to confront those who abuse others rather than shut your eyes . . . ."" --from the Introduction Endorsements: Setting the Captives Free should be required reading in every seminary! Ron Clark's knowledge on the dynamics of domestic violence, including the power and control issues surrounding the cycle of abuse is essential for clergy and Christian Counselors alike. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to know more about how they might better assist victims of domestic violence in the faith community. --Patricia Riddle Gaddis,MA Director & Founder of The Family Peace Project Author of Battered But Not Broken: Help for Abused Wives and their Church Families and Dangerous Dating: Helping Young Women Say No To Abuse. Every few years a book comes along which opens the eyes of the church to a critical spiritual need in the world and the alarming gap in our theology which has closed our eyes to that need. ""Setting the Captives Free"" is one of those books. Just as Barna's books have done concerning the lost, just as Sider's books have done concerning poverty, so Ron's book does concerning domestic abuse. Ron opens the church's eyes to the dark world of domestic abuse victims and the gap in our theology which has kept us blind to their needs. After reading the book, I feel to my knees in repentance for not leading our church to minister to these victims. Ron gave me the tools and the theology to begin talking to our congregation about these needs. --Dr. Chris Altrock, Minister, Highland Street Church of Christ, Memphis, TN Author The Cross: Saved by the Shame of It All and Preaching to Pluralists This is a groundbreaking book that is well worth reading. It really grasps the issues of abuse and provides practical, spiritual answers to anyone who has been impacted directly, or indirectly. --Bettie Williams-Watson, Founder, Executive Director of Multi-Communities (M.I.C.), Seattle, WA. About the Contributor(s): Ron Clark is the Minister for the Agape Church of Christ in Portland, Oregon. He has led training seminars on domestic violence for pastors, law enforcement groups, and congregations. His articles on abuse have appeared in both religion and counseling journals.

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Did the First Church of Salem Originally Have a Confession of Faith Distinct from Their Covenant? (Classic Reprint) - 2862325102

49,09 zł

Did the First Church of Salem Originally Have a Confession of Faith Distinct from Their Covenant? (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from Did the First Church of Salem Originally Have a Confession of Faith Distinct From Their Covenant? In the next sentence, it intimates, that such treatment of the covenant is unworthy and "perversive of its true character." This seems to have been honestly considered as a needed blister to quicken the perception of truth. But we trust that, on fuller examination, no sufficient morbidness will appear, requiring any such remedy. - We will now endeavor to show that the preceding positions of the volume are correct, and therefore neither errors for misrepresentation, nor unworthiness, nor perversion. To do this, the general divisions, for the most part, adopted by the Sketch, may answer our purpose. I. The avowed principles of the Founders. It is an indisputable fact, in moral as well as intellectual philosophy, that principles will be accounted opinions, and so in the reverse comparison, according to the medium of faith through which they are viewed. As in astronomical science, the power of the sun to attract all the less globes of its system was a grand principle with Copernicus, while his opponents denounced it as the vagary of imagination, so it is with the receivers and rejecters of the great doctrines of religion. The Founders of Naumkeag highly estimated their practical principles of Congregationalism. But they looked on them, in contrast with their principles of Christianity, as the shell to the kernel and the husk to the corn. They could easily discern the difference between these two kinds of principles, and quickly distinguish them both from the loose speculations which drift with every wind. As the decision of their judgment, the principles of religion embalmed in their hearts, were drawn from the wisdom of Inspiration. Could they rise from the dead, and address those who greatly applaud them for doing what they never did, for lightly esteeming the doctrines which they held far more valuable than all worldly honor, they would say to them. However earnest you arc, we count such praise as our reproach, and such glory as our shame. They had no need to be taught, that a reformed church could no more dwell in peace, and long exist together in prosperity, without a specification of its doctrines, than a free state or a kingdom could, without the declaration of its constitutional principles. What, then, were the doctrines or principles of these founders? - They imbibed a love for the truths of the Reformation, stronger than death. Though separating from the corruptions of the English church, they retained, as precious, all its Evangelical articles of faith. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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View From The Bottom - 2839309070

60,99 zł

View From The Bottom MEGAFORCE

Muzyka>Rock

1. C'mon 2. You Tonight 3. Shame Shit, Different Drink 4. Miss You Gone 5. The Broken 6. She Don't Know 7. Nothing's Free 8. You Did It 9. Partner In Crime 10. Here's To Us 11. The Wall 12. Right This Time

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Hiding from Love - 2863009981

75,17 zł

Hiding from Love Zondervan

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When you experience emotional injury, fear, shame, or pride your first impulse is to hide the hurting parts of yourself from God, others, even yourself. Often you've learned these hiding patterns during childhood to protect yourself in a threatening environment. The problem is that when you hide your injuries and frailties, you isolate yourself from the very things you need in order to heal and mature. What served as protection for a child becomes a prison to an adult. In Hiding from Love, Dr. John Townsend helps you to explore thoroughly the hiding patterns you've developed and guides you toward the healing grace and truth that God has built into safe, connected relationships with himself and others. You'll discover: The difference between "good" and "bad" hiding, Why you hide the broken parts of your soul from the God who can heal them, How to be free to make mistakes without fear of exposing your failures and imperfections, How to obtain the joy and wholeness God intends you to have through healthy bonding with others. Hiding from Love will take you on a journey of discovery toward healing, connected relationships, and a new freedom and joy in living.

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Sex Addiction - 2893526520

33,56 zł

Sex Addiction SC Active Business Development SRL

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Sex Addiction: Free Yourself from Sex Addiction, Porn Obsession, and Shame is your one-stop source for obtaining tools based on research that will allow you to better understand sex addiction, how to recover from sex addiction, and how to maintain sex addiction recovery. There is hope to become and stay free. Anyone who has struggled with sex addiction knows that living with constant sexual compulsions can be extremely difficult. But summoning the courage to find help for this condition can be even more of a challenge. If addictions to pornography, strip clubs, massage parlors, prostitutes, phone sex, or chat rooms have made you feel trapped, this book can help you find a way to break free This book is the ultimate guide to achieve the quality of life you deserve and break the sex addiction cycle for good. This is a book for those who have longed to break the sex addiction cycle as well as for those who are in relationships with individuals struggling with sex addiction. Celebrate the joy of breaking free from sex addiction and maintaining healthy intimacy with Sex Addiction: Free Yourself from Sex Addiction, Porn Obsession, and Shame.

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Spinoza - 2839646049

60,99 zł

Spinoza NETMUSICZONE

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1. Desire Is The Actual Essence Of Man, In So Far As 2. Pleasure Is The Transition Of A Man From A Less To 3. Pain Is The Transition Of A Man From A Greater To 4. Wonder Is The Conception Of Anything, Wherein The 5. Contempt Is The Conception Of Anything Which Touch 6. Love Is Pleasure, Accompanied By The Idea Of An Ex 7. Hatred Is Pain, Accompanied By The Idea Of An Exte 8. Inclination Is Pleasure, Accompanied By The Idea O 9. Aversion Is Pain, Accompanied By The Idea Of Somet 10. Devotion Is Love Towards One Whom We Admire 11. Derision Is Pleasure Arising From Our Conceiving T 12. Hope Is An Inconstant Pleasure, Arising From The I 13. Fear Is An Inconstant Pain Arising From The Idea O 14. Confidence Is Pleasure Arising From The Idea Of So 15. Despair Is Pain Arising From The Idea Of Something 16. Joy Is Pleasure Accompanied By The Idea Of Somethi 17. Disappointment Is Pain Accompanied By The Idea Of 18. Pity Is Pain Accompanied By The Idea Of Evil, Whic 19. Approval Is Love Towards One Who Hs Done Good To A 20. Indignation Is Hatred Towards One Who Has Done Evi 21. Partiality Is Thinking Too Highly Of Anyone Becaus 22. Disaragement Is Thinking Too Meanly Of Anyone Beca 23. Envy Is Hatred, In So Far As It Induces A Man To B 24. Sympathy Is Love, In So Far As It Induces A Man To 25. Self-approval Is Pleasure Arising From A Man's Con 26. Humility Is Pain Arising From A Man's Contemplatio 27. Repetance Is Pain Accompanied By The Idea Of Some 28. Pride Is Thinking Too Meanly Of One's Self From Se 29. Self-abasement Is Thinking Too Meanly Of One's Sel 30. Honour Is Pleasure Accompanied By The Idea Of Some 31. Shame Is Pain Accompanied By The Idea Of Some Acti 32. Regret Is The Desire Or Appetite To Possess Someth 33. Emulation Is The Desire Of Something, Engendered I 34. Gratitude Is The Desire Or Zeal Springing From Lov 35. Benevolence Is The Desire Of Benefiting One Whom W 36. Anger Is The Desire, Whereby Through Hatred We Are 37. Revenge Is The Desire Whereby We Are Induced, Thro 38. Cruelty Or Savageness Is The Desire, Whereby A Man 39. Timidity Is The Desire To Avoid A Greater Devil, W 40. Daring Is The Deisre, Whereby A Man Is Set On To D 41. Cowardice Is Attributed To One, Whose Desire Is Ch 42. Consternation Is Attributed To One, Whose Desire O 43. Courtesy Or Deference Is The Desire Of Acting In A 44. Ambition Is The Immoderate Desire Of Power 45. Luxury Is Excessive Desire, Or Even Love Of Living 46. Intemperance Is The Exessive Desire Of Love Drinki 47. Avarice Is The Exessive Desire & Love Of Riches 48. Lust Is Desire & Love In The Matter If Sexual In 49. Silent Track 50. Silent Track 51. Though I Am, At Present, Much Occupied With Other 52. I Say That A Thing Is Free, Which Exists & Acts 54. Thus Also God Understands Himself & All Things F 58. You See I Do Not Place Freedom In Free Decision, B 59. However, Let Us Descend To Created Things, Which A 60. In Order That This May Be Clearly Understood, Let 61. For Instance, A Stone Receives From The Impulsion 62. By Virtue Of Which It Continues To Move After The 64. The Permanence Of The Stone's Motion Is Constraine 66. What Is True Of The Stone Is True Of Any Individua 68. Inasmuch As Very Individual Thing Is Necessarily D 69. Further Conceive, I Beg, That A Stone, While Conti 70. Such A Stone, Being Conscious Merely Of Its Own En 71. And Would Think That It Continued In Motion Solely 72. And Which Consists Solely In The Fact, That Men Ar 74. Thus An Infant Believes That It Desires Milk Freel 77. An Angry Child Thinks He Wishes Freely For Vengean 79. A Timid Child Thinks He Wishes Freely To Run Away. 80. Which Afterwards, When Sober, He Would Like To Hav 83. So The Delirious, The Garrulous, & Others Of The 84. Not That They Are Carried Away By Impulse. 85. As This Misconception Is Innate In All Men, It Is 90. For, Although Experience Abundantly Shows, That Me 92. And That Very Often, When A Prey To Conflicting Em 94. They Yet Believe Themselves To Be Free; Because In 96. And Can Easily Be Overruled By The Recollection Of 97. I Have Thus, If I Mistake Not, Sufficiently Explai 98. From What I Have Said You Will Easily Be Able To R

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Book of Songs (Classic Reprint) - 2862404919

49,09 zł

Book of Songs (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from Book of Songs The Picture of Mother and Child. There is a smile that has baffled the painters fine arts, To produce it for years they have toiled, But that beautiful smile they have failed to impart In their picture of mother and child. Chorus. It is that smile that appears when the baby is born, It will forever remain undefiled. For the artist has never yet caught that sweet smile, In his picture of mother and child. It is that beautiful smile on the young mothers face, Fresh and fair as the flowers in the morn, It is a smile that is common to every race, When a sweet little baby is born. The artistic hand on the canvas may paint All the splendors of woodland and sky, But that beautiful smile on the young mothers face, All painters best efforts defy. She Was Only a Woman. She was only a woman who had loved and had los', It is only the woman who must pay the cost. In a small country village she lived her young life. Far away from the city's temptation and strife. Like other young maids she was happy and gay, When a false hearted young man, happened her way. He told her he loved her, she believed wha' he said. For he promised to marry this sweet country maid. Refrain. Broken hearted and sad she is weeping, Grieving in sorrow alone. In her arms her young baby lies sleeping, She now has no friends and no home. When the baby was born she was looked on with scorn. Tho' the man who betrayed her went free. She was not to blame if she los' her good name, She is human just like you and me. She was only a woman, confiding and true, Loving and trusting as women will do. How happy was she as the months speed along, The love in her heart would burst forth into song. Her false-hearted lover was planning to go And leave his young sweethear' in sorrow and woe, But this is a chance that a maiden must take, She must suffer the shame for a false lovers sake. She is only a woman, doomed by custom to fall, For what can she do when deserted by all. Former friends at her now point the finger of shame, Her only refuge, is a house of ill-fame. The law should make legal her innocent bebe And make her the false lover's wife. O think of the thousands of beautiful girls, Would be saved to a clean moral life. Equal Suffrage. For centuries we were but a helpless slave Our life was filled with drudgery and toi', We had no freedom from childhood to the grave. We bore it all with patience and a smile, We are working with you men now side by side. You have given us much freedom it is true, Our ability now cannot be denied. Then why should we not vote as well as you? Chorus. Oh! Why should we not vote as well as you? There is something with the ballot we could do; Those hell-holes of the night, we could close them all up tight, If you will only let us vote along with you. It is we, who teach your children in the school. We train the boys and girls throughout this land. When in sickness or in trouble as a rule, It is a woman by your side will bravely stand. When we assume the duties of a wife, We take care of your home and children too. With us you form a partnership for life, Then why shoul

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