Examine every inch of the Heidelberg Catechism in this two-volume commentary. You'll rediscover the comfort of the Savior who rules every part of this world. Warmly written and engaging, this great work is the product of Fred Klooster's decades of specialization in catechism research and teaching. Indispensable for preachers, scholars, and anyone else interested in this 16th-century confession.
The Survivors' Club: Six men and one woman, injured in the Napoleonic Wars, their friendships forged in steel and loyalty. But for one, her trials are not over...
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Despite no conclusive evidence, there is widespread belief that the high interest rates of the 1980s and 1990s in the developed world have been caused by high budget deficits.
In the first novel "If Only In My Dreams" Roxanne didn't think there wold be a life for her and Andrew after being raped, and impregnated with her mother's lovers' child. But in the sequel "If Only It Were A Dream" Andrew was more than willing to take on the responsibilities of being a husband to Roxanne, and a father to a child that he knew wasn't his own. The love Andrew had for Roxanne covered anything that may have tarnished her, or prevented him from ever loving her. The home she had known all her life, was now, nothing more than a constant reminder of her rape and the murder of her sister. Moving to L.A. and starting over would be the only way to wash away the tragedy that still plagued Roxanne. She finds out the hard way that you can never out run your past. After finding out that Mabel was not her biological mother, almost pushed Roxanne over the edge. The hell that was about to visit Roxanne and Andrew in L.A. would test their love and commitment to one another like nothing else. We will just refer to her as 'Scary Mary.'