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The Secret Life of Girls , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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From the best-selling author of A Girl's Adventure. After the gardener spanks her bottom and a nun at her elite finishing school seduces her in the catacombs, Bella realises that sex was what she was born for. She adores wearing a dildo and deflowering virgins just as much as she adores indulging the roguish Christian Thomas with his addiction to fruit salads and bondage. Then Bella's world comes tumbling down. She learns that her beloved Ickham Manor doesn't belong to her, it belongs to her wicked stepfather. Sex has been fun. Now it is the weapon she uses to put her world back together again. Bella entraps her stepfather in a lewd act on video. She stars in a porn flick and, as her song on the soundtrack makes her a tabloid celebrity, Bella is at the beginning of an erotic ride into the showbiz world of pain and perversion, of domination and glorious submission. Chloe Thurlow lives in a Chelsea attic and writes her stories from two to six in the dead hours of night. At twenty-seven, Chloe is the author of three erotic novels praised for their lyrical writing style and unblushing sensuality. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anneke Carter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/010265/bk_adbl_010265_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Art of Kinky Sex: Beginner to Advanced Erot...
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Whether you are in a new relationship, into the hook-up scene or happily coupled for years, getting a little kinky in the bedroom can be one of the most enjoyable things you do with your clothes off! There is a misconception that "kinky" means something along the lines of 'difficult' or 'extreme' or even 'disgusting.' Unfortunately, public perception of what it means to be "kinky" can often make a couple decide not to even look into what those kinky things might be. After all, if you know that everyone around you thinks a particular sex act is "wrong" or "bad," you might be influenced not to try it at all. But there is good news about getting kinky! Kink can be whatever you and your partner want it to be. That means you can choose to go the vanilla route and shake things up with basic kink, such as tying up your partner or bringing fruit into the bedroom. Or you can go the deeper route, switching that vanilla ice cream for chocolate, and doing things like watching porn together, engaging in anal play or roleplaying to your heart's content. Or maybe you prefer something like Rocky Road? You can get a scoop of kinky delight from dominance and submission, taking your sex to a semi-public place or even inviting someone else into the bedroom with you. The only kinky idea that doesn't work is the one that makes you uncomfortable. But if you work your way through these ideas, from the vanilla to the extremely kinky, you just might find that your comfort level grows as your sexual adventures do. So without further ado, let's talk about what kinky things you might try this weekend! We'll start with the simple, rather vanilla-flavored fun and go from there. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lia Langola. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/009605/bk_acx0_009605_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Seven Things That God Hates & Seven Letters to ...
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Inside the pages of this book, Rev. Dr. Larry A. Brookins examines three significant contexts from the Bible that bring to the forefront how God views sin and disobedience, whether outside the church among the peoples of the world, or within the church among the congregations of the saints. It also highlights the heart of the God of both Old and New Testaments, as it relates to the life that is lived in submission and conformity to the Will of God. In Seven Things that God Hates, Seven Letters to Seven Churches and Let Go of Your Neighbor's Throat no camouflage is presented. Jesus said: 'ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free' (John 8:32). The God, Who is Love, has word against the transgressor of His commandments. The goal is not condemnation but correction (see II Timothy 3:16). The objective of divine admonition is forever?'repentance' (see II Peter 3:9). More than anything else God desires to bless, but He will curse. More than anything else the gates of Heaven invite all, but what of the reality of Hell? The love of God is unconditional and embraces every sinner with an invitation to salvation, regardless of individual sin. But don't misinterpret divine love for acceptance of a lifestyle that displeases God and or for absolute salvation without the condition of faith and obedience. Jesus died for all, but not all will enjoy the fruit of His sacrifice.

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Interpretation of Love
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The ministry is more than preaching, but preaching is its priority. This conviction is one Dr. Ngien has lived and worked with. As a sequel to A Faith Worth Believing, Commending and Living, and Giving Wings to the Soul, Interpretation of Love: God's Love and Ours is a third collection of sermons and talks, preached with rigor and humor, reverence and relevance. Basic to the book is the assertion that the one possessed of a penetrating eye, coupled with a compassionate heart, could interpret, and thus be an effective agency of love. We are saved not so that we might be good, but so that we are God's--chosen and set apart to be his holy, beloved family. Because we are his, we are to dress ourselves differently (Col. 3:12-13). The wardrobe of the holy saints is full of love. The imperative of the new self is to reflect Christ's holiness in the way that we relate to each other. The selfishness that was at the core of our existence now gives way to a loving self-sacrifice for the good of others, resulting in a theology of radical reversal, which is the theology of a holy life: (i) compassion instead of contempt for or indifference to others; (ii) kindness instead of malice; (iii) humility instead of arrogance; (iv) gentleness instead of rudeness; (v) patience instead of anger; (vi) forbearance instead of resentment; and (vii) forgiveness instead of revenge. This is the fruit of Christ's redemptive act on the cross manifest in those who live in joyous obedience and willful submission to the Holy Spirit. Readers will be drawn into the depth of biblical and theological truths presented with anecdotes and antidotes. 'Divested of scholarly language, Ngien's disarmingly simple treatise on love exposes a compassionate, humble mind that revels in scholarly exegesis while redeeming a word divested of meaning in a secularized society. From the pen of a man who oft quips that 'good theology is a good apologetic' comes an interpretation of love that, if practiced, would transform society and retrieve the identity of veritable disciples of Christ.' --Ken Gamble, MD, President, Missionary Health Institute, Toronto 'It has been my privilege to know Dennis Ngien for many years. He is the rare scholar-pastor who combines sublimity, simplicity, and truth-telling with great compassion. His sermons always refresh and challenge me, and I know this new collection will minister to you as well. I enthusiastically recommend An Interpretation of Love.' --Ravi Zacharias, Author and Speaker Dennis Ngien is Professor of Systematic Theology at Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto and Research Scholar in Theology at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University. He is the author of seven books including The Suffering of God's according to Martin Luther's 'Theologia Crucis' (1995) and Apologetic for Filioque in Medieval Theology (2005). A founder of the Centre for Mentorship and Theological Reflection, he focuses on mentoring scholars, pastors, church leaders, and theological students.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Seven Things That God Hates & Seven Letters to ...
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Inside the pages of this book, Rev. Dr. Larry A. Brookins examines three significant contexts from the Bible that bring to the forefront how God views sin and disobedience, whether outside the church among the peoples of the world, or within the church among the congregations of the saints. It also highlights the heart of the God of both Old and New Testaments, as it relates to the life that is lived in submission and conformity to the Will of God. In Seven Things that God Hates, Seven Letters to Seven Churches and Let Go of Your Neighbor's Throat no camouflage is presented. Jesus said: 'ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free' (John 8:32). The God, Who is Love, has word against the transgressor of His commandments. The goal is not condemnation but correction (see II Timothy 3:16). The objective of divine admonition is forever?'repentance' (see II Peter 3:9). More than anything else God desires to bless, but He will curse. More than anything else the gates of Heaven invite all, but what of the reality of Hell? The love of God is unconditional and embraces every sinner with an invitation to salvation, regardless of individual sin. But don't misinterpret divine love for acceptance of a lifestyle that displeases God and or for absolute salvation without the condition of faith and obedience. Jesus died for all, but not all will enjoy the fruit of His sacrifice.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.07.2020
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Seven Things That God Hates & Seven Letters to ...
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Inside the pages of this book, Rev. Dr. Larry A. Brookins examines three significant contexts from the Bible that bring to the forefront how God views sin and disobedience, whether outside the church among the peoples of the world, or within the church among the congregations of the saints. It also highlights the heart of the God of both Old and New Testaments, as it relates to the life that is lived in submission and conformity to the Will of God. In Seven Things that God Hates, Seven Letters to Seven Churches and Let Go of Your Neighbor's Throat no camouflage is presented. Jesus said: 'ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free' (John 8:32). The God, Who is Love, has word against the transgressor of His commandments. The goal is not condemnation but correction (see II Timothy 3:16). The objective of divine admonition is forever?'repentance' (see II Peter 3:9). More than anything else God desires to bless, but He will curse. More than anything else the gates of Heaven invite all, but what of the reality of Hell? The love of God is unconditional and embraces every sinner with an invitation to salvation, regardless of individual sin. But don't misinterpret divine love for acceptance of a lifestyle that displeases God and or for absolute salvation without the condition of faith and obedience. Jesus died for all, but not all will enjoy the fruit of His sacrifice.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.07.2020
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