Miracle Man

What man wouldn't desire an attractive woman whether she was married or not? “So there you have it—a litany of my sins. As you can see, I haven't been a very nice person. In fact, I'm a rather serious sinner.

Miracle Man

Miracle Man

Follow Peter Adams on an exciting adventure through his life. Peter rebels against his religious upbringing and questions the existence of God. A vicious accident involving his closest friends leads him to reexamine his faith. He requests a higher power to grant him the ability to perform miracles, and his request, though limited, is granted. See how Peter makes use of his gift by following him as the Miracle Man. You will be fascinated by this tale.

Her Miracle Man

She didn't want to see the man's face and was grateful when only her own photo illustrated the article. It was more recent than the one from the piece about ... An unreasonable panic filled her. “I don't want to contact 198 HER MIRACLE MAN.

Her Miracle Man

Her Miracle Man

When Jack Traynor resced an injured woman during a winter storm, it was only fitting that he give her a place to recuperate. But then Jack was stranded in his mountain cabin with a woman who couldn't remember who she was. Still, the plight of his beautfiful, elusive visitor melted his heart. Mia's search for her identity— was Mia even her name?—was made more urgent by her sense of intruding on a man's very private grief. Yet he made her feel protected. Wanted. At home. Suddenly, Mia wasn't so sure she wanted her old life back—starting over with Jack migh be all she needed…

The Miracle Man

One thing I've learned is that men and women everywhere need a savior. There are hurting people all over the world. Jesus came to heal the brokenhearted. Jesus Christ is the true Miracle Man who works His mighty miracles in our lives.

The Miracle Man

The Miracle Man

The Miracle Man presents the spiritual autobiography of Jeff Kurtzer, a man who struggled with a series of challenges, including physical and mental abuse, early use of drugs and alcohol, a diagnosis of manic depression, and multiple stays in psychiatric care facilities. Born in Long Island, New York, the author lived through times that remind many of the life of Job, the biblical figure who endured extreme deprivation, but who clung to his faith in God. As he recounts the trajectory of his life, Jeff Kurtzer seasons his account with passage from the Scriptures that offered him encouragement at the time. His story was written to provide support to all who seek hope and change in their own lives. This approach flows from his faith that God sees the truth of one’s life and will work to change it, just as he heard in a prophesy prayed over him: “God has called you to His ministry and all you have been going through will be used to help many people. God is going to heal you completely and restore all that the enemy has stolen from you.” When you face those moments in your life—whether brief or extended—when the obstacles are piling up and all passages to peace seem hopelessly blocked, then The Miracle Man can offer you words of encouragement that God does still work miracles in today’s world. He worked one in the life of Jeff Kurtzer, and He can work a miracle in your life too.

Lon Chaney in The Miracle Man

The Miracle Man was Lon Chaney's breakout film after years of appearing in supporting roles. The legendary “Man of 1,000 Faces” steals the show from the stars, Thomas Meighan and Betty Compson, as “Frog” – a charlatan who can twist his ...

Lon Chaney in The Miracle Man

Lon Chaney in The Miracle Man

THE MIRACLE MAN was Lon ChaneyÕs breakout film after years of appearing in supporting roles. Here he steals the show from the stars, Thomas Meighan and Betty Compson, as ÒFrogÓ Ð a charlatan who can twist his body into appearing as a hopeless cripple to beg for money. The gang of grifters gets more than they bargain for when they decide to make ÒThe Miracle ManÓ their next mark. A huge hit in its day, this film built on the earlier successes of the novel and play. Despite its stature Ð audiences who saw the film in 1919 never forgot the ÒHealingÓ Scene - the film has been lost for decades and we are left with only a tantalizing two minutes of film to recall its glory. This graphic novel is an effort to make the impact of the legendary film once more available albeit in another form for all to rediscover by adapting many vintage images and following printed accounts of the story and film reviews.

America s Miracle Man in Vietnam

Homer then enlisted the help of a local man whom the villagers called Jeepo because of his skill in fixing jeeps. Working together, Homer and Jeepo designed a pump that made use of part of a bicycle. The two men became business partners ...

America   s Miracle Man in Vietnam

America s Miracle Man in Vietnam

America’s Miracle Man in Vietnam rethinks the motivations behind one of the most ruinous foreign-policy decisions of the postwar era: America’s commitment to preserve an independent South Vietnam under the premiership of Ngo Dinh Diem. The so-called Diem experiment is usually ascribed to U.S. anticommunism and an absence of other candidates for South Vietnam’s highest office. Challenging those explanations, Seth Jacobs utilizes religion and race as categories of analysis to argue that the alliance with Diem cannot be understood apart from America’s mid-century religious revival and policymakers’ perceptions of Asians. Jacobs contends that Diem’s Catholicism and the extent to which he violated American notions of “Oriental” passivity and moral laxity made him a more attractive ally to Washington than many non-Christian South Vietnamese with greater administrative experience and popular support. A diplomatic and cultural history, America’s Miracle Man in Vietnam draws on government archives, presidential libraries, private papers, novels, newspapers, magazines, movies, and television and radio broadcasts. Jacobs shows in detail how, in the 1950s, U.S. policymakers conceived of Cold War anticommunism as a crusade in which Americans needed to combine with fellow Judeo-Christians against an adversary dangerous as much for its atheism as for its military might. He describes how racist assumptions that Asians were culturally unready for democratic self-government predisposed Americans to excuse Diem’s dictatorship as necessary in “the Orient.” By focusing attention on the role of American religious and racial ideologies, Jacobs makes a crucial contribution to our understanding of the disastrous commitment of the United States to “sink or swim with Ngo Dinh Diem.”

The Birth and Death of the Miracle Man and Other Stories

Late that night , with Filifili watching over him and the rain falling as if it was never going to stop , he fell asleep in his chair without meaning to , and , in his dreaming , he slit the miracle man's throat with the halfmoon ...

The Birth and Death of the Miracle Man and Other Stories

The Birth and Death of the Miracle Man and Other Stories

This remarkable collection of stories offers a portrait of the fascinating and complex world of Samoa. There is Salepa, down on his luck but determined to use his one talent on the reluctant inhabitants of a nearby town; Fiasola, who feels that the Miracle Man is being born inside him; the young man who disgraces his family by stabbing a European nun; and Gabriel who, on the death of his father, relives his family's tragic past. A gifted and original writer, Albert Wendt has created a world rich in imagination and dreams, reflecting the common experience of people everywhere.

Miracle Man

Denver Post V Sports Illustrated calls him a living legend . . . the miracle man of baseball with an incredible forty - eight major league pitching records . Now , meet the man behind that 95 - mile - per - hour fastball as Nolan Ryan ...

Miracle Man

Miracle Man

Looks at the life and career of the record-breaking baseball player

The Miracle Man

An Inspiring Story of Motivation and Courage Morris Goodman, Pat Garnett. |THE MIRACLE MAN An Inspiring Story of Motivation and Courage This.

The Miracle Man

The Miracle Man

Recounts a successful businessman's struggle to overcome the severe injuries he suffered in a plane crash and regain the complete use of his body

Miracle Man of the Western Front

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Miracle Man of the Western Front

Miracle Man of the Western Front

In the intense fighting that marked World War I in Europe, an Armenian-American volunteer dentist quickly became known for his skill in treating the disfiguring facial injuries suffered by large numbers of British soldiers. Working originally under primitive conditions in makeshift hospitals near the battlefields of France, Varaztad H. Kazanjian exhibited a humane concern combined with innovative medical procedures that established his reputation and marked his subsequent career as a founder of the modern practice of plastic surgery. In recognition of his war service, Dr. Kazanjian became known as "the miracle man of the Western Front" and was invested by England's King George V in the most distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George. Other honors followed as Dr. Kazanjian returned to the United States, where he continued his education and went on to a brilliant career as a surgeon, teacher at Harvard, and author of scientific articles. This biography traces the many influences that contributed to the remarkable success of the young man who fled from massacres in Ottoman Armenia to the United States in 1895. From modest beginnings in Worcester, Massachusetts, Kazanjian managed to enter Harvard Dental School. He went on to serve in World War I, earn a medical degree, and make remarkable advances in plastic surgery. He is remembered not only for his medical innovations and accomplishments, but also as a kind and modest person, "the gentle genius of plastic surgery."--Adapted from book jacket.

Shoriki Miracle Man of Japan

A Biography Edward Uhlan, Dana Lee Thomas. கைம் - I SHORIKI Miracle Man of Japan MATSUTARO SHORIKI.

Shoriki  Miracle Man of Japan

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