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It's Not Over: How to Keep Moving Forward When You Feel You're Losing the Fight [NOOK Book]

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“911 CALL HOME” “URGENT CALL ME” “Josiah has been hurt, call ASAP”   It’s every parent’s nightmare. As worship leader Ricardo Sanchez’s flight touched down and he turned on his cell phone, he was bombarded with desperate texts and phone messages from his wife. There had been an accident, and his son’s life was hanging in the balance.   How do you find the endurance to keep going when the pain seems overbearing? How do you run to win when you feel the very wind has been knocked out of you? In It’s Not ...
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It's Not Over: How to Keep Moving Forward When You Feel You're Losing the Fight

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“911 CALL HOME” “URGENT CALL ME” “Josiah has been hurt, call ASAP”   It’s every parent’s nightmare. As worship leader Ricardo Sanchez’s flight touched down and he turned on his cell phone, he was bombarded with desperate texts and phone messages from his wife. There had been an accident, and his son’s life was hanging in the balance.   How do you find the endurance to keep going when the pain seems overbearing? How do you run to win when you feel the very wind has been knocked out of you? In It’s Not Over Ricardo shares how his family found the strength and hope to make it through their darkest hour.   If you’ve lived life, you’ve experienced pain. Whether it’s the day-to-day hustle or a tragic incident, it sometimes seems as if there’s a force that wants to take you out of the game. This powerful true story will inspire and encourage you to trust God and allow the work of the Holy Spirit to bring you supernatural peace. 
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 “What an inspirational story. I am reminded that when it comes to God's miracles…it’s not over!”  —Mac Powell, lead singer, Third Day
 
It's Not Over and it's powerful message both honors God and strengthens human hearts. It will no doubt encourage and challenge your soul to never give up on our limitless God.”  —Israel Houghton, international worship leader and Christian recording artist, Grammy, Dove, Stellar Award Winner
 “Like Ricardo’s music, this book will bless you. If you are overcoming anything or know somebody who is, this book is for you and for them.” —Carl Lentz, pastor, Hillsong NYC
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621362807
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 10/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Enhanced
  • Sales rank: 1,120,488
  • File size: 288 MB
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Meet the Author

Ricardo Sanchez is a Grammy nominated, Dove Award-winning international worship leader and a sought-out conference speaker.  Ricardo has written or cowritten songs such as “Power of the Cross,” “Every Prayer,” “I Call Your Name,” “Power of One,” “Great God,” “Moving Forward,” and many others, which are sung in churches across the globe.  Ricardo serves as a consultant and worship coach to churches and worship ministries and hosts Windows 2 Worship seminars in the United States and abroad. Ricardo and his wife, Jennette, and their three sons are based in Atlanta, Georgia. Learn more about Ricardo at ricardomusic.com.
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Table of Contents

Foreword Matthew Hagee xvii

1 The Pressing of Life 1

Allow the Press to Empower 3

Don't Allow the Pressing to be Paralyzing 5

Allow the Press to Refine Your Purpose 8

The Press Requires the Anointing 10

Posture Yourself Toward the Press 15

2 The Waiting Room of Life 19

How you Wait Will Determine your Fate 20

Silence the "Emotion Commotion" 22

The Sound of Waiting 27

Wait and Renew 29

Water the Wait 35

The Altitude Adjustment 36

3 The Strength of Struggle 41

Use the Struggle for Strength 42

The Weight of the Workout 45

Don't Allow the Struggle to Immobilize You 48

The Mark of Struggle 56

Know Your Name 57

4 The Valley of Why 59

From the Valley to Victory 62

Turn the Valley of Why into Worship 66

The Stink Zone 67

Dig a Trench 70

Fight the Flesh 75

Turn Your Why into Your Window 77

5 The "Not" Spot 79

Heat Seekers 81

Too blessed To Be bitter 87

Shun the "Un" 93

Worry Waste 97

6 Beauty for Ashes-The Exchange 99

It's Not Over 102

Step 1 The Exchange of Robes or Garments 108

Step 2 The Exchange of Belts 110

Step 3 The Exchange of Names 113

Step 4 The "Cutting" of the Covenant 114

Step 5 Mingling of their Blood 116

Step 6 Make a Scar 116

Step 7 Oath 117

Step 8 Share A Memorial Meal 118

Step 9 Planting Of a Tree 118

7 The Pillars of Hope 123

Hope to Stay Afloat 128

First Things First 130

Armor of Hope 132

Position of Hope 136

8 Don't Wait to Celebrate 141

Former and Latter 142

Shout Out 145

Celebrate in Your Own Way 147

The Voice of Authority 151

9 Don't Forget to Remember 153

Build a Memorial 155

Communion Reunion 158

Leave a Legacy 159

10 I'M Not Over 163

Notes 193

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2014

    Sho is something.

    Very nice, but lacking in detail and diolauge. Not much is said, and not much charecter development. And what were you trained in, how did Ace say it, and fyi, you lack adjectives. Best wishes.<p>
    ~River

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2014

    Smelly fried egg

    : )

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2014

    The Alpha and Omega: The Curse

    I just slowly nodded, then walked into the Hermes Cabin and found a duffel bag on a bottom bunk. Gods, l hope the person on top of my bunk isn't fat, I thought. I opened the duffel bag and checked what was packed. I had my Eminem T-Shirt, a couple of Blue Jeans, Basketball Shorts, a Blank White T-Shirt with all my friends names signed on the back, a Black V-Neck, and lots more. A kid with blonde hair, eye glasses, about 5'6" walked in. I turned to him. He looked like he was 15. "Um..hey." I said. "Hey. Heard you're the new kid. I'm Craig." I walked up to him d shook his hand. "Kenneth, call me Kenny." Craig nodded. "Nice to meet you, Kenny." I smiled lightly then nodded. I then walked into the bathroom to take a leak, then dumped my face in water from the sink, then grabbed a towel and wiped my face off, I lifted my head to where Craig was standing, but he left. I frowned, then flopped on my bed, thinking of the possibilities of my father. "Hmm..." I must've been there for a while, because I ended up dozing off and slept through the night, waking up by the sound of an alarm clock; Craig's. I squinted to see the time; 8:45. Craig looked at me. "Hey, you were asleep when I came back. I was gonna get you something from the Pavillion." I nodded. "Ohh. Thanks, anyways." Craig grabbed a dagger. "I'll be at the training area, wanna come?" I nodded. "What else am I gonna do?" Craig smiled and walked out the cabin. I followed. We went to slice up dummies then Ace came behind us. "I'll train the New Kid." Ace gave me twin daggers and trained me for about two hours. Then told the whole camp over the megaphone there was a a available quest to defeat Cthulu's Minions. Cthulu was an Ancient Dark God from another dimension. Three to the quest. Craig volunteered, Garrett volunteered, then I struck my hand up. "Alright, Garrett, Craig and Kenny will go on the quest. May the Gods be with you." The three of us walked out of camp. We soon found the minions lair, I swung my daggers at them, some just hit, othrrs dissinergrated. Craig fought them with fists and hands. Garrett used his Celestrial Bronze Sword. Soon, more jumped out of portals. "There's too many, fall back!" Garrett yelled, running away. Craig followed. I just jumped through one of the opened portals and fell into a city. People roamed around. An African American man was bleeding by his leg. "Hey! Lemme help you with that!" I took out a healing kit and patched up his leg. "Th-thanks. I'm Cyrus. The Son of Kronos, The Titan of Time." I looked at him wide-eyed. A titan spawn. "I don't know my parent yet..let's get you out of here." I helped him up, and ran to where I found some minions going into a portal, I pushed Cyrus in but it closed as I went up to it. Then, the ground shook, very loudly. A 80 foot tall git walked up to me, and surrounded me with green gloom as I fell unconcious. I figured out who the giant was; Cthulu. I woke up in the same spot, looking around. I searched around for minions, but couldn't spot any. Now this was just great. I was trapped in another dimesion. Then, a Minion came up to me and stabbed a curved blade through my chest, killing me instantly. I fell down, dead. I then woke up in the Hermes Cabin. It was all a dream. "That was crazy." I checked the clock; 7:47. "Damn." I walked out the cabin and saw Ace talking to an African American man, who had a patch on his leg. "Hey, that's the guy that saved me!" Cyrus pointed at me. I was so confused. "Kenny?" Ace asked.....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2014

    Cyrus

    "Yasss. I like it. Keep it up bro!"

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