Beyond Grace s Rainbow

Book of the Year in the 2013 Kindle Book Awards Winner of the Romantic eBook of the Year at the Festival of Romance 2013

Author: Carmel Harrington

Publisher: Harperimpulse

ISBN: 0007559569

Category: Fiction

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When Grace is diagnosed with cancer her best chance of survival is to find a bone marrow transplant from a family member. Only Grace is adopted and her one previous attempt to connect with her birth mother resulted in bitter disappointment. But with her young son, Jack, to think about, and the return of her ex Liam, Jack's father, reminding her of feelings she'd thought she'd buried long ago, Grace refuses to give up hope just yet. With the help of her friends she bravely embarks on a journey of discovery.

Beyond Grace s Rainbow

From the USA Today and Irish Times bestselling author of The Moon Over Kilmore Quay comes an emotional and poignant story of love, family and resilience. Meet Grace...

Author: Carmel Harrington

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007550357

Category: Fiction

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From the USA Today and Irish Times bestselling author of The Moon Over Kilmore Quay comes an emotional and poignant story of love, family and resilience. Meet Grace...

The Moon Over Kilmore Quay

BOOKS BY CARMEL HARRINGTON The Moon Over Kilmore Quay Beyond Grace's Rainbow The Life You Left The Things I Should Have Told You Every Time a Bell Rings The Woman at 72 Derry Lane Cold Feet: The Lost Years A Thousand Roads Home My ...

Author: Carmel Harrington

Publisher: Bookouture

ISBN: 9781800197381

Category: Fiction

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They say home is where the heart is, yet somehow my heart is split in two. New York, the city I live in and love, and Ireland, the home of my ancestors—somewhere I have lived only in my dreams. And now I had no choice but to go looking… Brooklyn, New York: Broken-hearted and home alone on New Year’s Eve, Bea O’Connor finds a letter she wrote to herself nearly twenty years before… In the letter, she’d wished for many things. To never lose touch with her two best friends. For her father to be happier. To one day go back to the picturesque Irish village of Kilmore Quay, so she could find out more about her mother who’d died when Bea was tiny. Bea had also dreamed that she’d one day find love—even if her heart is too fragile since losing Dan to think about that right now. Impulsively she starts writing new little wishes in the margins of the letter. But as the moon goes down over New York City and another year begins, a little magic seems to be in the air. And, as shocking family secrets come to light and Bea finds herself having to travel to Kilmore Quay at last, some of those wishes start to feel like they really could come true. Even if fate has one last twist in store… An absolutely gripping and powerful story that will break your heart into thousands of tiny pieces, perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Maeve Binchy and Jean Grainger. Readers love Carmel Harrington: “Have you ever read a book that was so fiercely superb that you could not forget about it? A book that broke your heart but made you believe in hope and happiness at the same time?… I pity the next book I pick up for how will it possibly compare?… I shed a bucketload of tears throughout… I literally did not put this book down.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I used to say that books didn’t make me cry but that was before I read Carmel Harrington… [She] has a real knack of creating characters who are immediately believable and who you want to see overcome their problems… A wonderfully warm-hearted read… All the stars for this book and straight on my list of top reads.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Pulled at my heartstrings and had me in tears. But in true Carmel Harrington style, I was also crying tears of laughter… A beautiful tale that will stay with me for a long time to come.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I can honestly say that this book has changed me. My thought process and perspective altered on many important issues. My heart softened and broke open… Thank God for amazing authors like Carmel Harrington. I am in awe.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Oh my word this book was amazing… This book had me in tears… It’s not very often that a book has such an emotional effect on me but this one sure did. A massive 5 stars from me.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Start this book and your life will go on hold. Captured by the first page… I’m shouting at you all, ‘read this book, do not miss out’.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Carmel Harrington is the queen of the thought-provoking emotional read, this book is unputdownable… I read this in an afternoon, barely pausing for breath, and was hooked.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Cold Feet The Lost Years

Her latest books are The Woman at 72 Derry Lane and The Things I Should Have Told You, and her other bestsellers include Every Time A Bell Rings, The Life You Left and Kindle Book of the Year 2013 winner Beyond Grace's Rainbow.

Author: Carmel Harrington

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781473666542

Category: Fiction

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HILARIOUS AND HEARTBREAKING OFFICIAL COLD FEET NOVEL FROM THE HIT TV SERIES. What happened to your favourite characters between series five and six of Mike Bullen's award-winning TV series? ********** Reeling from the sudden death of Rachel, his beloved wife, Adam has no time to grieve. He has to keep going, for the sake of their baby son. Jenny moves back in with ex-husband Pete, eight and a half months pregnant with another man's child. Can their relationship overcome past jealousies? Karen and David agree to an amicable divorce - but that's before he sleeps with the divorce lawyer . . . ******* THE LOST YEARS is an irresistible chance to catch up on all the laughter, the tears, the life lessons we missed while they were gone. 'I loved it. The characters have been captured so well and it just feels so like Mike Bullen's creation . . . Harrington should be very proud - it really is fabulous! Margaret Conway, Line Producer Cold Feet

The Beauty of Everyday Life Stories In Honour of Teenline Ireland

Her novel Beyond Grace's Rainbow (published by Harper Collins) won both the Kindle Book of the Year and Romantic Book of the Year in 2013. Her second novel The Life You Left was published in June 2014. Carmel has also written articles ...

Author: Adrian Millar

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781326057398

Category: Family & Relationships

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A book on the beauty of everyday life with stories from 40 well-known Irish people that will make you laugh, cry and reflect, and inspire you in your everyday life. Published in honour of Teen-Line Ireland, a freephone service for young people feeling distressed, worried or anxious.

Rainbow Theology

grant us the grace of mutual relationships. ... Free us from closets of secrecy and give us the guts and grace to come out. ... With the rainbow, lead us beyond black-and- white thinking to experience the whole spectrum of life.

Author: Patrick S. Cheng

Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781596272415

Category: Religion

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This book reflects upon the theological significance of the intersections of race and queer sexuality across multiple ethnic and cultural groups.

The Life You Left

Her debut novel, Beyond Grace's Rainbow, was awarded Romantic eBook of the Year 2013 at the Festival of Romantic Fiction and Kindle Book of the Year 2013 with the Peoples Book Awards. Carmel has also written features for The Irish ...

Author: Carmel Harrington

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007550548

Category: Fiction

Page: 328

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The life you lived. The life you loved. The life you left... For fans of Jojo Moyes and Cecelia Ahern.

Pieces of Ease and Grace

ing as an agent for God's grace to extend beyond traditional boundaries to embrace even the feared Ninevites. ... The most famous of these is the sign of the rainbow, whose appearance was understood as a reminder that God would ...

Author: Alan Cadwallader

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 9781922239013

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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The previous volume of essays, Five Uneasy Pieces was warmly received. People of faith and spirituality were looking for liberating understandings of the Bible in engagement with their own sexualities and those of friends, family and beyond. The book demonstrated clearly that oppressive uses of selected texts from the Bible were invalid. But more is needed. The obligation upon scriptural scholars is to establish scripture's hospitable inclusion of those whose sexual identities have been subjected to such oppression. Pieces of Ease and Grace retrieves biblical texts as actively embracing gays and lesbians within the community of faith. Their stories profoundly intersect with those of scripture. Here is a collection of biblical essays on sexuality and welcome that restores the Bible as a book of grace to those whose sexual identities had previously been lost, or condemned, in interpretation.

Rainbow

If you are patient your wonder stone can lead you to the rainbow and beyond, revealing that every answer is only the start of many more questions. Grace, whose aunt and uncle always liked her to ask questions and tried to answer them, ...

Author: Michael Tolkien

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9780857282040

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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To increase her sense of wonder Grace is chosen by Nature’s spirit guides and guardians to travel on ‘a funny sometimes fearful journey’. Her unlikely allies are small, often overlooked plants, flowers and insects. She seems to be about to discover what lies in and beyond the rainbow, but her decision to help a lost, bitter boy – Downcast Don – to rediscover ‘wonder’ diverts her through colourful and disturbing forests, down a well to find an underground forge, and into a meeting with an ancient desert giantess. Her chief guide, Heartsease, assures her this is all part of a search for rainbow wisdom, to see how all things and people matter. Allowed then to climb the ‘Shining Stairway’, Grace is nearer the rainbow but in more danger of being sidetracked by strange, even dangerous forces. The promised places are beautiful and intriguing but she learns to look back below the surface of her adventures and to make important choices. Suddenly back in the everyday world she is still herself but more so because she can see and understand more acutely.

State of Grace

You'll keep on soaring until you burst through the other side of the fringe and shoot up into the air. That's where Dot will be, in the beyond, waiting for you with her arms open. Behind her there will be a double rainbow and an entire ...

Author: Hilary Badger

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781630790158

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Ever since she was created, Wren has lived with her friends in an Eden created by Dot--but lately she has been troubled by visions of a very different world, and when she meets Dennis who comes from outside, she begins to confront the ugly truth at the heart of paradise.

Grace Unlimited

When we move to the New Testament scene man stands in faith , not before relentless Will , nor inscrutable decrees fixed forever beyond him , but he stands before " the throne of grace " ( Heb . 4:16 ) . It is God's willingness to give ...

Author: Clark H. Pinnock

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725206342

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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This book considers the universality of grace and presupposes that God is just in an unqualified manner, desiring the salvation of all sinners. The writers examine the concepts of faith, election and predestination and argue against the position that some people are predestinated for eternal life or everlasting death.

Touches of Grace

This is the reason God wants us to seek and save those which are lost. This world is dying and all we have to look forward to is well beyond the rainbow, high above the clouds, Touches of Grace.

Author: Timothy Maupin

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781616630126

Category: Religion

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Have you ever felt like life and the world around you are biting at your shoe as you jump over every hurtle trying to get ahead? A life that catches up with you, beats you to the ground, and steps on you while you're down and never seems to cease. Author T.L. Maupin shows in Touches of Grace how to overcome every obstacle and find yourself on top of the world in the worst of situations. A true story of how a confused little boy growing into adulthood can use memories haunting him from deep inside to become an inspiration to many. T.L. Maupin grew up in a life that was so simple in his own mind, but he had to learn the hard way in life. He had to wade through the deep valleys to understand the mountains that lie ahead. Touches of Grace is a struggle through a life of drugs, alcohol, and dangerous acts that could have ended in disaster. T.L. Maupin is now a Senior Electrician from Laurel, Indiana that used to be a youth leader. Now he is currently the song leader for a small church in his community. He always loved writing and studying literature in hopes of one day becoming a writer. T.L. Maupin also writes contemporary Christian music to fulfill a desire deep inside his true meaning of his relationship with God. Now he asks, 'How many times does one person have to face his own demons and still live to tell about it?' It's time to find out.

Falling from Grace

Rainbow examined the bow. “Are you one of Robin Hood's men? ... Paul helped Mary and the baby up the incline, but Rainbow refused any assistance, soldiering along behind me until we reached gentler ground. ... Beyond it a third.

Author: Ann Eriksson

Publisher: Brindle and Glass

ISBN: 9781897142844

Category: Fiction

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Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make all the difference, like chromosomes, sperm, bugs or an endangered seabird that nests in old-growth forests. But, what’s big or what’s little depends entirely on your perspective. Faye Pearson is a three-and-a-half-foot tall female scientist doing entomological research in the tallest trees on Vancouver Island, who is pit with a ragtag group of protesters against the might of a multinational logging corporation. The story of Faye and her struggle to function in a world not made for people her size is poignant and heart-warming. Whether she is lusting after her climbing partner, standing up to a conflicted logging boss, dressing down an insulting interviewee, nurturing a wayward child in the midst of an environmental standoff, or being carted off under the arm of a Mountie, you’ll be unable to resist this amazing woman. There is a fall in Eriksson’s novel, but also incredible moments of grace. Falling from Grace is a novel of no small achievement.

Grace for All

Grace can be frustrated (Gal 2:21), emptied of effect (2 Cor 6:1), and no longer the ground under one who turns to another ... nor inscrutable decrees fixed forever beyond him, but he stands before “the throne of grace” (Heb 4:16).

Author: Clark H. Pinnock

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498200134

Category: Religion

Page: 352

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Did Christ atone for the sins of humanity on the cross? Does God desire all people to be saved and direct his grace toward all people for that purpose? There are some Christians following a deterministic paradigm who believe this is not true. They believe God has predestined some people for heaven and many, or even most, for hell. The rising tide of Calvinism and its "TULIP" theology needs to be respectfully answered. Grace for All: The Arminian Dynamics of Salvation features a distinguished international panel of scholars to examine this controversy. These writers address issues such as election, free will, grace, and assurance. They make compelling scriptural arguments for the universality of God's grace, contending that Christ atoned for the sins of all people and that God sincerely offers forgiveness for all through Christ. This book strives to uncover the biblical position on salvation. We hope the reader will enjoy this stimulating series of articles on the Arminian perspective and that it will spur further writing and discussion. Grace for All: The Arminian Dynamics of Salvation is an updated and revised version of Grace Unlimited, a 1975 collection of scholarly articles assembled by the late Clark H. Pinnock of McMaster Divinity College.

A Suggestive Commentary on St Paul s Epistle to the Romans

Grace . 1. In respect to the race ; 2. To the individual soul . Much more abound . Overflowed beyond the mere effect of the fall : 1. In exalting our nature to a higher ... Grace paints her rainbow on the darkest cloud of human guilt .

Author: Thomas Robinson

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ISBN: UCAL:$B296460

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A suggestive commentary on the New Testament St Luke St John by W H Van Doren St Paul s epistle to the Romans by T Robinson 6 vols No more publ

Grace . 1. In respect to the race ; 2. To the individual soul . Much more abound . Overflowed beyond the mere effect of the fall : 1. In exalting our nature to a higher ... Grace paints her rainbow on the darkest cloud of human guilt .

Author: William Howard Van Doren

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ISBN: OXFORD:600090583

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When We Imagine Grace

For that reason, I believe these texts are useful tools when thinking about bridging and moving beyond crisis discourse to look at how black men define themselves on their own terms. “Rainbow” is an apropos performance to analyze in the ...

Author: Simone C. Drake

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226363974

Category: History

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Plutarch, the famed Greek biographer, wrote The Lives of the Roman Emperors early in his career. Simone Drake could have called her book The Lives of Black Men. She contrasts the portrayal of black men in mainstream media with the way she insists black men must imagine their lives, ambitions, and desires in both the civic arena and the domestic arena. The narrow popular representation of black men as being in perennial crisis is one she rejects, opting instead to see them as active agents of their own destinies. Her book uncovers the ways in which black men in history, literature, film, political arenas, and popular culture have either challenged or been challenged by pathological constructions of black masculinity. Imagining Grace refers to Toni Morrison s Beloved, a black feminist framework Drake uses to see power in vulnerability and emotivenessfrom Tom Joyner s radio show to Richard Pryor s comedy to some of President Obama s social policy. Drake is synthesizing black feminist and black masculinity studies. Her black lives feature the African American cowboy, Nat Love, also Drake s own grandfather, who imagined grace through military service in the first colored military unit to fight in World War II (what emerges is a narrative of black pride and shame), and thence to movies, where Drake explores the theme of black fathers and daughters (framed by a court case involving The Cosby Show as intellectual property). The chapter that follows, on twisted criminalities, contrasts the valorization of black criminals (thugs) as heroes with the denigration of gay black men, where we encounter the limits of grace in American Gangster, Cornelius Edy s poetry, and the viral video of Antoine Dodson (discussing the attempted rape of his sister). In concluding with Berry Gordy and hi-hop (Jay-Z), Drake meditates on black entrepreneurship as a nationalist site of redemption. We are given in this book a way of seeing and knowing black malenesssophisticated in concept but bracingly vivid in the telling. "

Hydropower Licensing Soda Grace Cove and Oneida Projects

Although increasing flows released into the Grace and Cove bypassed reaches beyond the levels PacifiCorp proposes would ... Use of the Cove bypassed reach as a temperature refuge is likely because numerous rainbow trout were observed in ...

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Common Grace

Catholic Church—namely, that human life and the world outside the church stood outside all covenantal grace, and that only ... of countries like England and the United States with Borneo or New Guinea establish this beyond all doubt.

Author: Abraham Kuyper

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ISBN: 9781577996941

Category: Religion

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In Common Grace Abraham Kuyper presents a constructive public theology of cultural engagement rooted in the humanity Christians share with the rest of the world. He addresses a gap in the development of Reformed teaching on divine grace, and he articulates a Reformed understanding of God's gifts that are common to all people after the fall into sin. This first volume contains Kuyper's demonstration of common grace in its origin and operation. This new translation of Common Grace, created in partnership with the Kuyper Translation Society and the Acton Institute, is part of a major series of new translations of Kuyper's most important writings. The Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology marks a historic moment in Kuyper studies, aimed at deepening and enriching the church's development of public theology.

Broken People Transforming Grace

But when the sunlight shines through rain onto dark clouds beyond, it is split into its component hues and you have one of the most beautiful phenomena of nature, the rainbow. It is still sunlight, but the difference has come about by ...

Author: Roy Hession

Publisher: CLC Publications

ISBN: 9781619582163

Category: Religion

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First published as Good News for Bad People, this brand new edition, Broken People, Transforming Grace, follows Roy Hession as he seeks to renew the tired Christian’s spiritual fervor by magnifying the glorious truths of the gospel. He does this through ten detailed word studies, where he investigates topics such as reconciliation, grace, forgiveness, cleansing, justification, repentance and glorification.