Rivers of Refreshing: Inspirational Poems for the Soul

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 8, 2009 - Poetry - 186 pages
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In RIVERS OF REFRESHING, Dr. Ajani combines twenty-three brand-new poems with the original thirty-five published in STREAMS OF REFRESHING to give the reader a cocktail of refreshingly engaging poems that is bound to whet the appetite of any poetry lover. Also, some of the previous titles have been revised and fine-tuned in this significantly expanded volume. The current edition is subdivided into fifteen thematic sections, which makes it easy to directly access any specific title, or group of poems that may be needed for any particular mood, circumstance, or occasion. There are poems about CHRISTMAS & EASTER (the Passion and Ressurection of Christ); the Second Coming; Times & Seasons of Life; Divine Guidance & Revelation; Faith, Hope & Love; Joy, Peace & Rest; Praise, Prayer & Revival; Deliverance & Freedom; The Times of the End; and much, much more! This book also doubles as a devotional, with each poem preceded by a relevant Bible verse that captures both the spirit and content of the poem it introduces.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
11
Inspiration and the Word
13
Wisdom and Knowledge
21
Times Seasons and Moments of Life
29
Divine Guidance and Revelation
49
Faith Hope and Love
71
Joy Peace and Rest
81
The Passion of Christ
91
Praise Prayer and Revival
103
Signs and Wonders
123
Deliverance and Freedom
135
The End Times
145
The Church and the Kingdom
153
Christmas
165
His Second Coming
179
Copyright

His Resurrection
99

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Tim Ajani is an Associate Professor of English and Foreign Languages, and Foreign Language Coordinator at the Fayetteville State University, North Carolina. He is also a part-time faculty at the Grace College of Divinity, where he teaches Effective Communication and Writing and Research courses. He holds a doctorate in linguistics from the University of Florida. Ajani’s first volume of poetry was released in 2008. He resides in Fayetteville, North Carolina, with his lovely wife, Funmi, and two fast-growing sons, Ayoola and Ibukun.

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