Here, in a compilation of inspirational articles from Spirit Daily, written by Michael H. Brown, is advice on how to reach that goal: life lived for joy, instead of fear and depression and misery. How do we cleanse? How do we receive what we need? How do we deal with difficulties? What are our missions in life? How does God view us? How will He evaluate us? How do we best prepare for eternity? And right here on earth, how do we get the most our of this exciting, challenging journey?
Paperback. 241 Pages
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Angels of God: The Bible, the Church and the Heavenly Hosts
“Angels are a large part of reality and, as with other large parts of reality—speeding Mack trucks, for example, or looming brick walls—we benefit greatly from their service, and we ignore them at our peril.”—From the Introduction
Angels are everywhere—as a matter of fact, right at your side. Forget the sweet-faced cherubs of popular culture, however, and brace yourself for a far more potent reality: powerful heavenly beings who play a significant role in the personal drama of daily life—your life.
Paperback. 128 Pages
"If we, by our prayers and sacrifices, freed a soul from purgatory, we would then have another intercessor for us in heaven." - Venerable Solanus Casey
Every day we have another opportunity to pray for the holy souls in purgatory - author, speaker, and purgatory expert Susan Tassone gives you a unique tool to do just that.
Day by Day for the Holy Souls includes prayers, teachings about purgatory, real-life stories, Susan's own wisdom, meditations, quotes from the saints, and more. You can use this book however you like - as a daily devotional, as a year round novena, to follow the liturgical seasons - or, just pick it up and read as the Spirit leads you.
God has given us the duty, power and privilege of praying for the release of the holy souls. Now Susan Tassone has given you a powerful way to accomplish that mission
Paperback. 192 Pages
By Michael H. Brown, bestselling author of The Final Hour and The Other Side: a major work on prophecy based on recently approved apparitions as well as a mysterious private one that see events in the world soon reaching a 'crescendo,' as events in society as well as nature indicate truly transforming moments ahead—events that will turn society as well as the very landscape around us into a very different place as the Lord moves now to prevent permanent damage to His Creation and to our souls! A tour de force that discusses everything from a new world order to natural upheavals that seem mysteriously hint at coming fire.
Paperback. 346 Pages
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Heaven is Real But So is Hell: An Eyewitness Account of What is to Come
In Heaven is Real But So is Hell, internationally renowned speaker, author and mystic Vassula Ryden takes the reader into the supernatural world where she has experienced the hidden forces that affect every moment of our lives. It features her amazing encounters with both good and evil forces and reveals profoundly important messages for all humanity, largely hidden until now. Sometimes harrowing, but filled with hope, it answers many of the questions that people have been asking for thousands of years and at the same time offers a glimpse into God's love and justice, and of what is soon to come. Ryden, who is based in Greece, has spoken in 79 countries to millions of people. Heaven is Real But So is Hell is her first book release in America.
Hardcover. 225 Pages
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Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Contemporary Americans
A chilling and highly convincing account of possession and exorcism in modern America, hailed by NBC Radio as "one of the most stirring books on the contemporary scene."
Paperback. 512 Pages
Do you feel chained to a particular sin pattern that you cannot break?
Do you still feel guilty, ashamed, and doomed to repeat a besetting sin even after receiving the sacrament of Reconciliation?
Then you may find a way to spiritual freedom through deliverance prayer.
In Resisting the Devil, author Neal Lozano shows that sometimes evil spirits tell us lies that lock us into sins and personal problems. He explains the practice of deliverance, a way of dealing with such demonic influences that is supported by the teaching and traditionof the Catholic Church.
--Learn how to recognize the activity of evil spirits
--See how deliverance from spiritual bondage can be gentle, safe, and effective --Understand how deliverance differs from exorcism and how deliverance and Reconciliation can work together--Read the testimonies of women and men who have been freed through deliverance ministry.
Author: Neal Lozano
Our world is charged with both the grandeur of God and the void of his absence. The seven deadly sins are the force causing that hole. They are at work in each of us. They decimate our relationships, our souls and our world. These deadly sins often seem pleasing and good for gaining what we desire, but they are thoroughly poisonous. Conversely, the Beatitudes are Jesus' pictures of a restored creation. The Beatitudes introduced what Jesus said to his earliest followers about a life strong and fruitful. In fact, the Beatitudes give us a glimpse of a world empty of evil and filled to the edges with God's life. Looking at the Beatitudes and the seven deadly sins in turn, we see two paths, two sets of invitations. Both call to deep places within us to come and taste. Both invite us to take up residence. Both present themselves as life as it actually is. But only one will draw us further into reality. And only one will make us happy. “Of the many, many books about the Gospels, or about Jesus, or about Christian morality, only one in a thousand gives us a real breakthrough, a new ‘big picture’. Most are just nice little candles on the cake. Seven is a bonfire. It’s not just good; it’s striking. It doesn’t just say all the things you’ve heard a thousand times before. And yet it’s totally in sync with both the saints and the scholars.” --Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, and author of over forty-five books, including Fundamentals of the Faith.
The seven deadly sins and the New Testament’s seven beatitudes spoken by Jesus play against each other in this philosophy professor’s first book. Although both the beatitudes and the seven deadly sins are well-mined territory, the contribution of this book is the curious way they serve as foils for one another. They are “two realities, each vying for our affection.” Cook offers unique pairings throughout---envy and the mourner, gluttony and the persecuted, for example---as well as discussion that goes far beyond platitude and easy explanation. Greed isn’t about money, Cook says, but about “accumulation”; mercy, conversely, is “breathing out.” Lust is a substitute for real life, while purity is about freedom. Readers will find new ways to think about sin and its “summons into a dead life,” as well as the beatitudes and their invitation to life. Cook overwrites occasionally, making readers decipher his meaning, but overall he creates a unique comparison between living a life of hell and living a life of heaven. Study questions are provided. (Sept.) -- Publisher’s Weekly
Paperback. 225 Pages
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The Angels and Their Mission: According to the Fathers of the Church
From St. Augustine to John Henry Newman, the greatest among the saints and men of God have lived on familiar terms with the angels; and the Church has always accorded them a very large place in her theology.
Recent theologians have dwelt on dry questions about the nature of the angels, but the early Fathers of the Church, with the memory of Jesus fresh in their minds (and of the angels of whom He spoke often) were fascinated with the energetic action of the angels among men and the ways in which the angels have carried out that mission from the instant of Creation through the time of Jesus; and how they will continue their work even unto the end of time.
From the works of these early Fathers of the Church, the late French Cardinal Jean Daniélou has drawn forth threads of knowledge and wisdom which he has here woven into a lucid and bright tapestry that shows us who the ministering angels really are, and how in every instant and in every way they are working for your salvation and mine.
Here you'll find no sentimental cherubs: the Fathers knew that majesty and power cloak actual angels, which is why God gave them the formidable tasks of shepherding not only souls, but entire nations, and the motions of the entire material universe itself. Open these pages to meet the glorious angels as they were known by the Church's greatest saints and theologians: Origen and Eusebius, and Sts. Basil, Ambrose, Methodius, Gregory of Nyssa, Clement of Alexandria, and John Chrysostom (among others). Soon you, too, will find yourself on familiar terms with the angels, and they'll begin to play in your life the larger role that God intends them to play.
Paperback. 118 Pages
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The Final Confrontation: The Present and Coming Trial and Triumph of the Church
What is going on in the world from a Catholic perspective? Do the Catholic saints, Church Fathers, modern Popes and approved apparitions have anything to say about things? In this book, author Mark Mallet would say they certainly do. In his view, the Catholic Church of today is facing what he calls "the final confrontation" between the forces of Jesus Christ and those of Satan. One of the most popular books available on this subject today.
By Mark Mallett
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Michael Brown takes a look at the spate of apparitions of the Virgin Mary reported in the past decade in many quarters of the globe. Where they have occurred and what they say about mankind's fate constitute the subject of this book.
Paperback. 386 Pages
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A fascinating look at the three most common spirits that affect humans -- demons, angels, and spirits of the deceased.
Paperback. 168 Pages
In Unbound, Lozano shows readers how to do just this. He also shows them how to find and close any doors they may have opened to evil influence--and, consequently, Satan's underhanded strategies. Balanced and full of hope, Unbound is a practical, thorough, and easy-to-follow guide to deliverance and freedom. It also includes practical instruction on praying for others to be set free.