'One day a man may just pick up and walk out. What he leaves behind stays behind. What's left behind has nothing to stare at but his back.' In the winter of 1965, Yonaton Lifshitz decided to leave the kibbutz on which he was born, and his sterile marriage, to start a new life. But as he engineers his escape, the arrival of Azariah Gitlin, a keen new recruit, brings about a painful reconciliation of their different destinies in a society struggling with changing realities.
The heartbreaking portrait of a large, rural southern family's attempt to grapple with their mother's desperate decision to make her newborn son into the daughter she will never have When the seventh child of the Peace family, named Perfect, turns eight, her mother Emma Jean tells her bewildered daughter, "You was born a boy. I made you a girl. But that ain't what you was supposed to be. So, from now on, you gon' be a boy. It'll be a little strange at first, but you'll get used to it, and this'll be over after while." From this point forward, his life becomes a bizarre kaleidoscope of events. Meanwhile, the Peace family is forced to question everything they thought they knew about gender, sexuality, unconditional love, and fulfillment.
A deeper intimacy with God ~ and a greater love for Him ~ and experiencing His “Perfect Peace” ~ is the sure result of this book. Biblical information given in a Unique and Profound way, by utilizing the last single-digit. This book is designed to keep you in God’s "Perfect Peace." According Isaiah 26:3-4, God will keep you in perfect peace IF your mind is stayed on Him. If that is your desire, you may find this book, “The Last Single-Digit,” just what you are searching for. In addition to engaging facts & events, there is a message from God’s word. In only a short time, you will discover more than you ever realized about God’s word that surrounds the “Number Nine,” the last single-digit. Get ready to enjoy, Isaiah 26:3-4, "Perfect Peace" ~ The Last Single-Digit
Far from the abundant life offered in Scripture, many Christians live in fear, despair, and doubt. Perfect Peace gives peace and comfort to Christians experiencing grief and lacking the hope found only through Jesus Christ. A perfect blend of Scripture, poetry, and beautiful scenery, it will bless and encourage those who hurt.
A deeper intimacy with God, a greater love for Him, and experiencing His "Perfect Peace" is the sure result of this book. Biblical information revealed in an "Unique and Profound" way concerning the lame man at the temple gate, the words of Peter that day, "silver and gold, have I none; but such as I have I give to thee: in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk." This book is written to help you stay in God's Perfect Peace in a warm, informative, pleasant, and unique way. You will be enlighten about this biblical event which happened over 2,000 years ago.
Twelve is referred to as the "Kingdom Number" because God used the twelve sons of Israel to established the Kingdom of Israel. Later in the New Testament, Lord Jesus used twelve Apostles to establish the Kingdom of Heaven. The number twelve is used in the description of the New Kingdom of Heaven having twelve gates, twelve angels, twelve foundations and twelve throne. One thing about the number twelve, it obviously represents divine authority, and appointment. It also serves as our governmental foundation, and in governmental principles.
by Francis LEAR (Dean of Salisbury.),Thomas BURGESS (successively Bishop of Saint David's and of Salisbury.)
"You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You." Isaiah 26:3 "Perfect Peace!" That is what we all want. That, too, is what Christ offers us in his gospel. Among his farewell words we find this bequest: "Peace I leave with you my peace I give unto you." After his return from the grave, he said to his disciples, three times repeating the same benediction, "Peace be unto you." Peace is thus part of the blessed evangel, and an essential element of the true and full Christian life. Christ desires us to have peace. If we do not have it we have missed part of the blessing of being a Christian, part of our inheritance as children of God. It is not a peculiar privilege which is only for a favored few; it is for everyone who believes in Christ and will accept it. In this blessed text you will find the path of the Peace of Christ.
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Get ready, get ready to enjoy, Isaiah 26:3–4 “Perfect Peace VII.” This book will open your mind to the perfect peace that comes only from God. It will give you a new awareness of God’s presence and peace by utilizing the number eleven. By reading this short Unique and Profound book, you will learn more than you ever realized about God’s word that surrounds the number eleven.
Penn Cage ist Bürgermeister in Natchez, Mississippi. Um seiner Stadt zu Geld zu verhelfen, hat er auf das Glücksspiel gesetzt. Nun fahren prächtige Dampfschiffe auf dem Fluss, alle zu Kasinos umgebaut. Doch ein Schiff unterscheidet sich von den anderen: die Magnolia Queen, auf der die finanzstärksten Spieler ein- und ausgehen. Ein Freund von Penn Cage hat Beweise, dass an Bord massive Verbrechen verübt werden. Als er kurz darauf brutal ermordet wird, verbeißt Cage sich in den Fall. Bald steht fest: Die Gäste der Magnolia Queen kommen nicht nur wegen des Glücksspiels. Sie wollen Blut sehen ... Menschenblut.
A beautiful bracelet, stylish new scarf, or pair of sleek sunglasses--there's always room in a girl's closet for the perfect fashion accessory. But what about spiritual accessories? In Whatsoever Things Are Lovely, humorist and Bible teacher Rhonda Rhea challenges women to pursue those with the same passion that might be inspired by a blowout sale at their favorite department store. Pure things, holy things . . . lovely things. These are the life "accessories" that are must-haves, says Rhea. And using Philippians 4:8-9 as a springboard, she takes women on a fun adventure infused with practical spiritual truth about how focusing on those things can lead to more fruitful, more blessed, and more peace-filled lives. Includes a discussion guide, making it great for small group Bible studies.