This book is a must read, from the casual armchair reader, to the seasoned paranormal investigator.” –Robert J. Davis, CEO Planet Paranormal Broadcast Network “My father knew Peter James was a valid medium who also was in search of ...
Author: Peter James
Publisher: World Audience Inc
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"Eye opening, riveting...I couldn't put it down! After reading Heaven Can You Hear Me? – I wasn't afraid of the dark anymore." – Chuck Williams, Filmmaker www.chuckwilliamsfanclub.com “Heaven Can You Hear Me? Is a wonderful glimpse into the mind and methodology of Peter James’ unique way of looking at, and dealing with, the spirit world. This book is an important contribution to the field of parapsychology; as it teaches us not to fear the spirit world; but, to treat the dead as they are, long lost friends. This book is a must read, from the casual armchair reader, to the seasoned paranormal investigator.” –Robert J. Davis, CEO Planet Paranormal Broadcast Network “My father knew Peter James was a valid medium who also was in search of the truth about ghosts, demons and partridges in a pair tree. Heaven Can You Hear Me? is exactly why I wrote my memoir, in using the same tones of humor and straight forwardness. One can choose to be very serious and dull, pointing out the facts; or, one can do what Peter did and shoot straight from the paranormal hip. Peter said to be ‘Mindful regarding the manner in which a ghost replies with audible words. When able to do so, an entity isn’t able to speak with the same kind of fluidity as physical beings.’ This is precisely what my father has said from the very beginning. If we do not understand, and put the cart before the horse, then surely we will miss the whole ride that lay ahead of us. In this read, Peter gives us his interpretations of many methods used, questions asked, types of techniques and paranormal realms, including: mediumship, reincarnation, possession, and connecting with the other side. I highly recommend this book, from one of the great mediums and researchers of modern times. As I progress in my own research, I cannot say it enough on how simple it can be when we slow down and intuitively feel what we are experiencing; rather than worry about which herb we will need to ward off the evil spirits. Thanks Peter, and you are sorely missed.” –Author and Paranormalist Alexandra Holzer “The pioneering work of the great Peter James has inspired people all around the world. He is revered by all who knew him and respected by all who knew his work. Heaven Can You Hear Me is by far THE definitive collection of Peter's cases, theologies and understanding of the paranormal, and an amazing look into the man himself.” – Thomas Durant, Host, Producer, Altered States Paranormal Radio
Heaven's soul would cry out to God. One day, Heaven felt that God was not listening to her. So she climbed the big oak tree that was in her backyard and said, “Lord, can you see me? Because if you can, then I know that you hear me!
Author: Lynette Marie
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is the story of a little girl named Heaven. Traumatized by the death of her grandparents and the eventual abuse at the hands of an uncle, heaven struggles to find her place in a world haunted by flashbacks of a childhood filled with physical and sexual abuse. She witnesses the mistreatment of her mother by family and tries to grapple with feelings of being an outcast. One evening, at church she meets a boy who helps navigate her through a terrible youth while she wars with the idea of ending her life. This book is based on a true story. No one should assume that this work is fiction or non-fiction. It is clearly memories and some imaginations.
“There Mastfi A Heaven There must be a Heaven, I can see it in you smile. I can see it through the clouds, the sun, and the stars, I can see in the flowers growing wild. I know there is a Heaven, Look above at the clear and beautiful ...
Can You Hear Me In Heaven? is that of a darling, lighthearted tone, meant to gently assist any grown up in explaining death to a child through love and whimsey.
Author: Anna Ames
Publisher: Balboa Press
Three year old Sam learns of his beloved grandmothers move to Heaven. Given his innocent age, he thinks literally when his mother tells him he can still talk to grandma Angela in Heaven, which is way up in the sky. Sam goes on an imaginative adventure, plotting creatively bold ways to talk to his grandmother from so far away. Can You Hear Me In Heaven? is that of a darling, lighthearted tone, meant to gently assist any grown up in explaining death to a child through love and whimsey.
Maybe someone in heaven would listen to her concerns. Those first months, when Tommy was just a helpless baby in need of constant attention and care, Mom was sick. She grew worse with each passing day. Then one morning she developed a ...
Author: Ginny Lewis
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A Novel, based on real people and actual events. What drove Tommy Lewis to commit suicide? Why did he want to die? In Tommy Can You Hear Me? Ginny Lewis weaves the story of Tommy's life, his journey into schizophrenia and his ultimate suicide. This riveting drama, based on Lewis' own family story and that of her older brother, begins with two toddlers whose lives are drastically altered when they are taken to Saint John's Orphanage, where they and their siblings spend the next four months and ends 23 years later, with the Lewis family dealing with the suicide of one of their own. Lewis pulls the reader into the story, tipping the scales of time and space, with her sue of first person, present-tense narrative, colloquialisms and direct no-frills language.
ner stood up, clearly ready to go at it with whomever he could find. The CO began to laugh. "You should leave now, unless some of you are dead keen on waiting four lousy hours." Books slammed closed. ... can you hear me?
Author: Jill Barnett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Scientist Kitty Kincaid, U.S. Army major J. R. Cassidy, pilot Charlotte Morrison, small-town Texan Red Walker, and British Royal Air Force ace George "Skip" Inskip find danger, adventure, and passion during World War II.
Author: Genetta Brown TurnerPublish On: 2014-12-04
can. you. hear. me? It's been a long timesince my earthly father passed away. Now two of his children are in Heaven with him, I hope you all are ok. They are wrappedin our heavenly father God arms and the tears are rolling down his face ...
Author: Genetta Brown Turner
After my sister died, I tried to write poems to ease the pain. As I wrote these poems, I felt whole again. It was a way to ease my mind. Knowing that my sister was saved and gave her life to Christ before she died, it made it easier to cope with because I know she’s in a better place. These poems were written with joy and a whole lot of pain, but I know I will see her once again. Losing loved ones is a lot of grief, but if we stick to our beliefs, we can go through all trials and tribulations. These poems are a tribute to life’s beginning and ending and life’s many celebrations.
MY PRAYER Whoever is up there in Heaven, Can you hear me scream? Can you hear me beg? The demon has visited this place. He fetched her soul. He put it in his velvet sack And rode away with it in his black chariot. O Heaven, hear me ...
Author: MJ Di Rocco
Free verse poetry written over several years in Canada and Japan.
Author: Rebecca Roundtree HartdegenPublish On: 2019-05-03
It can be a terrible mistake in that you may have misinterpreted some action of ours as being unloving. “I guess what I'm trying to say, Isabella, ... Dad, can you hear me in heaven? Can you see that I've kept all the letters you wrote ...
Author: Rebecca Roundtree Hartdegen
Publisher: WestBow Press
At Isabella’s thirteenth birthday celebration, her father announces he is beginning a new tradition—to write her a letter every year on her birthday until she turns twenty-one. The letters will chronicle her life while serving as a reminder that no matter what happens in life, God is always faithful. Seven years have passed since Isabella last opened her memory box of letters. Now that she is celebrating twenty-eight years of life, it is time to open the box again. Life has not always been a smooth ride for Isabella, but despite the loss of her father, she has remained focused on her dreams. Now as she prepares to embark on a medical internship that will take her from Louisiana to Italy, she has no idea what awaits. As she re-reads her collection of birthday letters, Isabella revisits their messages in the most unexpected of ways. But will she accept the divine invitation to recapture her childlike faith and once again believe that the moon is being held by heavenly strings? In this inspirational tale, a young woman revisits a collection of letters penned by her father as she enters a new chapter and searches for a way to reconnect with God and her faith.
Matthew 5:14-16 The praise for our good deeds is to go to the Father in heaven not to us. We are to be busy doing good so others will see Him in us, not so we can be seen or praised. It's not about us, it's all about Him, or at least it ...
Author: Michele Stanek
Publisher: Xulon Press
It is not hard to hear the voice of the Lord if you are willing to stop long enough and listen, it's there, always has been always will be. It is that still small voice. The problem is so many are too busy listening to everything else that they have crowded out His voice. The bible tells us; "his sheep follow him because they know his voice." That is like me saying my son knows my voice. When I call him he knows it is his mom. The more time you spend with someone the more you will learn to recognize their voice. The same is true with God, once you learn to recognize His voice you will then be able to hear it above all the other noise. In fact it will be all around you and in everything. As you read this book, I pray you will learn to hear His voice within these pages, and as you hear Him speaking to you that you will not only listen but obey what He is telling you to do. Michele Stanek lives in North Carolina with her husband, Mike and son, Josh. She enjoys teaching the Word of God, reading, listening to Christian music, walking on the beach, spending time with family and friends, but most of all, she loves spending time with the Lord, listening to what He has to say and then sharing it with others.
in which you all used and measured for me shall equally be used on you all. ... do. The next thing I did was to go outside of my house and raised my two hands up in the heaven. ... Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mommy, can you hear me?
Author: Chinyere Udeh
Publisher: Writers Republic LLC
Corruption in the Division of Corrections captures the life of a female correctional officer II who was victimized inside the corrupt system of DPSCS from 2015 to 2019. It tells of the magnitude of inhumane treatment she endured: the false medical report that was made against her by the state medical directors; intentionally denying of job opportunities; interference with her accumulative leave hours, paychecks, pay increase; illegal termination from the state service. She talks of the frame-up she experienced and witnessing some of the treatment made to other correctional officers. The book tells of the corrupt system of DPSCS that everybody knows but nobody talks about, the impact the corrupt system has created inside the correctional facilities alongside the sexual exploitation and trading sex for positions and protections. She also talks about the medical condition she suffered as a result of a long-term internalized trauma, of depressed mood and adjustment disorder caused by work-related stress. Lastly, she tells of her right to receive therapeutic treatment requested by the psychologist, but again, the DPSCS intentionally deprived her of it. Instead, they illegally terminated her and left her with nothing to fall back on while she is recovering.
She knew that her life would be over soon. If Monty were dead, she'd be with him again. Her tired bones hurt. She could barely lift her head. That was okay. She wanted to go to heaven. “Can you hear me?” a voice came to her.
Author: Gregg Olsen
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Kendall Stark and Birdy Waterman return in a twisted serial killer thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of If You Tell. Seduction. Mind control. Murder. These are the weapons that have made Brenda Nevins one of the most wanted—and feared—criminals in the world. Now the notorious serial killer has escaped from prison and is plotting her revenge. Using innocent young women as bait, she will lure her unsuspecting victims into her trap. This time, sheriff’s detective Kendall Stark and forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman won’t be able to stop her. The killing will be filmed. The feed will be live. And the blood will be streaming . . . Praise for Gregg Olsen’s Novels “Grabs you by the throat.”—Kay Hooper “An irresistible page-turner.”—Kevin O’Brien “Olsen writes rapid-fire page-turners.”—The Seattle Times “Frightening . . . a nail-biter.”—Suspense Magazine “A work of dark, gripping suspense.”—Anne Frasier “Truly a great read.”—Mystery Scene Magazine
If I passed, they'd make an assignment for me to work on one or more of their sites. ... Center in Washington, DC; City Place in Silver Spring, MD; and 7th Heaven Clothing Store in Rivertown, which was located in Oxon Hill, MD.
Author: William Waters
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book tells the story of a young man who struggles to find his way in a world that doesn't seem to want him. He isn't smart enough or handsome enough. His skin is the wrong shade and his shaking nervousness is never understood. From his first steps as a child, he is exposed to life's harsh realities: poverty, violence, sexual abuse, neglect ... until finally, seeking to escape the cruelty and unfairness of the world by immersing himself in its questionable pleasures, he drifts further and further from a salvation he doesn't even know exists. In Mama Can You Hear Me, William Waters shares the story of his life with a candor and sincerity that is as touching as it is shocking at times. With his experiences and soul laid bare, he offers up his journey, from the depths of despair to the welcoming arms of God, who lifted him up, carried him through, and picked him up when he faltered. With faith, determination, and the grace of God, it is the story of a young man who survived.
“ What strange error possesses you ? Hear me , " " Ah me ! I've heard enough ! And Heaven can bear me witness , how disdainfully I listened to the first rumours of this fatal business -- with what a slow and torturing agony of heart I ...
Did you hear that? You started this. ... I can't believe this guy – is he listening to himself? Ever heard of a phone? ... No, we're not. I'm having it with myself. I can feel something wet dropping on my leg, is it still raining?
Author: Deborah Jackson
Publisher: Deborah Jackson
A paranormal fantasy book of struggles and choices between desire and danger. Nevaeh might hate that her name is heaven backwards but hates being between life and death even more. Her life takes a frightening turn when she is hit by a car and discovers that she was never born. Caught between two worlds, she has to choose between her equal, Mika and her earth bound love Hawk. Heaven's Children captures a world of ancient Gaia beings, totems and competing gods, where anything is possible.
Author: Michele Dishong McCormackPublish On: 2018-09-01
Where are you? Are you in heaven? Can you see me? When I talk to you can you hear me? Do you know these regrets of your child's heart? When I was young you would affectionately rub the top on my head with your labored, cracked hands.
Author: Michele Dishong McCormack
Publisher: Chemeketa Press
Category: Literary Collections
This anthology brings together the creative work of men from four Oregon prisons: Mill Creek Correctional Facility, Salem; Deer Ridge Correctional Facility, Madras; Columbia River Correctional Facility, Portland; and Oregon State Penitentiary, Salem. The men's poems, essays, and artwork—collected by their writing teacher, Michele Dishong McCormack—reach beyond the prison walls and bear witness to our common struggle. On the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Penned Thoughts Writers Group, which meets most Wednesdays at the Oregon State Penitentiary, this book celebrates the sanctuary these men have found in words and art. As one writer explains, "We want the world to know that there is a community of men inside these walls who are more than just prisoners." Exploring themes of gratitude and faith, hope and dreams, life, love, family, and regret, the power and urgency of these voices welcome readers into this exiled community of writers and artists.
“You're so pretty. Those head shots don't do you no justice.” “What?” shouts Alicia. “Are you sure you want to eat here? It's real cute, but I can't hear you. . . . Can you hear me?” “Did you ask if I can hear you?” shouts Heaven.
Author: Cheryl Robinson
From the bestselling author, an inspirational novel about three sisters who rediscover each other-and themselves... After thirteen years in Hollywood, Alicia Day is giving up her dream of stardom and heading home to Detroit-and back to her roots. Hope Teesdale is desperately seeking the truth about her husband's death when she hears from her long-lost half-sister Alicia. Suddenly her idea of family is put into question. Heaven Jetter hasn't spoken to her sister Hope in years. Her spirit is being held captive by an abusive boyfriend. Her only comfort comes from admiring a mysterious man from afar on the streets of Detroit. As the sisters reunite, they're determined to help one another find their silver linings. And realize that they never have to go it alone again...
"I know this may sound impossible right now, but this is not over, you hear me? ... You hear me? Can you do that?" Kent wasn't sure he could, actually. The thought of seeing Borst and company back there made him swallow.
Author: Ted Dekker
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
It was an absolutely perfect day . . . until everything went absolutely perfectly wrong. Kent Anthony is a brilliant software engineer who is cashing in on a brilliant career. He’s finally living the idyllic life, far from thoughts of theft and murder and other kinds of horrible criminal behavior. He’s left his past far behind. Or so he thinks. In his very first novel, New York Times bestselling author Ted Dekker delivers a fascinating story of the almost perfect crime, interwoven with a tale of bittersweet love that is almost enough to save a soul. Heaven’s Wager is a story that will bring you face-to-face with a hidden world more real than most people ever realize—a world where the unseen is more powerful than anything seen. Praise for Heaven’s Wager: “Well, well, guess what I’ve found. A fiction writer with a rare knack for a compelling story, an expansive reservoir of clever ideas, and a unique dry wit that makes me laugh.” —Frank Peretti, New York Times bestselling author “Rarely does a novel grip a reader’s heart and soul the way Heaven’s Wager does. Dekker is among a very small number of writers who have mastered the challenge of blending sound theology with knock-your-socks-off storytelling.” —Robert Liparulo, bestselling author Book 1 in the Heaven/Martyr’s Song trilogy Bonus book 1.5: The Martyr’s Song Book 2: When Heaven Weeps Book 3: Thunder of Heaven Book length: appr. 80,000 words
WHAT THE HELL IS THE MATTER WITH YOU PEOPLE? WHAT UNDER HEAVEN COULD RENDER YOU SO PERVERTED AND CRUEL?" "BRITTANY? BRITTANY! DO YOU HEAR ME! HOW COULD YOU DO THIS? WHY DIDN'T YOU TALK TO ME? WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL ME? I WOULD HAVE CARED!
Author: Anna J. Michener
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An emotionally abused sixteen-year-old recounts her painful childhood memories, her time spent in mental institutions, and her eventual recovery with a new family and a new voice
I do not know if my cell phone will continue to work from the vault, but in case it does not, I want you to hear these last words from me, I have always loved you and will take this love to heaven, do you hear me, I will take this love ...
Author: Robert L. Glover Jr.
The Patriot Acts tells the story of James Franklin a everyday man with a family. He works in New York city at the World Trade Center. Upon returning to work after a vacation he is there for the attacks on 9/11. James miraculously survives the attack and is in a coma for 25 years. Upon his awakening he finds that the world that he left and that he remembers is no longer there. James finds that the United States has become a complete totalitarian society and is ruled by something called the Guardians which are controlled by the Watchers. James finds that there are people that fight the State and they are called the Resistors of which he becomes one of them after escaping. He begins a search for his family which leads him to his children and a terrible realization that his son is one Guardians! To stop the Watchers from total world domination does he destroy his son after 25 year? This is the dilemma that James finds himself in to see how he deals with this dilemma read The Patriot Acts!