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PETS
 
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Titles by: James Alfred Bradford

Bradfords' early training in music was with Smokey Robinson. James founded JAB Ministries - Word of Faith in response to the needs of hurting men and women, both within and outside of our churches, who are searching for answers to their everyday challenges. "What in Hell Do You Want?" is taken from the parable "The Richman and Lazarus", with a surprising twist. Hell can be in your mind. Hell can be in your job. Hell can be a living breathing part of you. Hell can also be stopped; good habits are learned just like bad habits...through practice It brings awareness of the decisions and choices a person makes and the impact on their life. The power of knowing, knowing is what you live. The Richman lived abundantly, and Lazarus lived in obscurity.... WHY?
 
By James Alfred Bradford
What in Hell Do You Want? is taken from the parable of the rich man and Lazarus with a surprising twist. Hell can be in your mind. Hell can be in your job. Hell can be a living, breathing part of you. Hell can also be stopped. Good habits are learned just like bad habits-through practice. It brings awareness of the decisions and choices a person makes and their impact on his life. The power of knowing is what you live by. The rich man lived abundantly, and Lazarus lived in obscurity. Why?
FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$13.99
By James Alfred Bradford
What in Hell Do You Want? is taken from the parable of the rich man and Lazarus with a surprising twist. Hell can be in your mind. Hell can be in your job. Hell can be a living, breathing part of you. Hell can also be stopped. Good habits are learned just like bad habits-through practice. It brings awareness of the decisions and choices a person makes and their impact on his life. The power of knowing is what you live by. The rich man lived abundantly, and Lazarus lived in obscurity. Why?
FORMAT: E-Book
OUR PRICE:
$3.99
 
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