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  1. Out of the Pit

    Out of the Pit by Lichtenwalter, Larry L (2004)

    $12.00  Condition: B

    Larry Lichtenwalter surveys the pits of rejection, ignorance, narrow perspective, cheap grace, compromise, and the enticing traps of passion, power, and prosperity, as seen through the eyes of Joseph, and shows how we, too, can conquer life's difficult challenges.

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  2. Real Home, The

    Real Home, The by Farnsworth, Vesta J (1923)

    $49.50  Condition: B

    A gifted author wrote a book. One of its readers expressed to the writer the pleasure experienced while reading it. He bluntly replied: "I don't care whether you were pleased with it or not. What I want to know is, Did it do you any good?"
    This simple book deals with heart-gripping themes.

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  3. Victors, The

    Victors, The by Hardinge, Leslie (1982)

    $6.00  Condition: B

    In this book the Bible characters portrayed--both men and women--were mostly common folk and comparatively unimportant in their country, yet in their own way they are unique. Possessing emotions, ambitions, sins, and weaknesses the same as we possess today, why and how were they able to triumph and become victors?

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  4. They Came to Wrong Way Home

    They Came to Wrong Way Home by Doward, Jan S (1961)

    $60.00  Condition: B

    A saga of courage and sacrifice by the Smith family, who left their home in Washington State to carve a new life on the Alaskan frontier. This staunch Adventist family faced depression, sorrow, trials, and discouragement with faith in God.

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  5. Magner's Art of Taming and Educating Horses

    Magner's Art of Taming and Educating Horses by Magner, D (1888)

    $154.00  Condition: B-

    The Art of Taming and Educating the Horse: a system that makes easy and practical the subjection of wild and vicious horses.

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  6. Victors, The

    Victors, The by Hardinge, Leslie (1982)

    $4.75  Condition: B-

    In this book the Bible characters portrayed--both men and women--were mostly common folk and comparatively unimportant in their country, yet in their own way they are unique. Possessing emotions, ambitions, sins, and weaknesses the same as we possess today, why and how were they able to triumph and become victors?

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