The Rhythm Bible

Author: Dan Fox

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing


Category: Music

Page: 129

View: 524

For students & professionals who want to gain the ability to sight-sing and play rhythms from the simplest to the most complex syncopations. For the first time in print, syncopations are explained, illustrated and classified.


Author: Jenny Rawlings

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 492

View: 355

This book is not about replacing the Bible, but portraying the Bible in a different way which hopefully will appeal to many. The author has converted many of the Bible stories from the Old Testament into rhyming verse and has something to offer from each of the thirty nine books. These are very short bursts of scripture as much in the Old Testament is repetitive. The New Testament, however has been covered almost in full and as a whole the book is intended to appeal to all ages. It has rhythm in its presentation and includes illustrations.
Music in the Bible

Rhythm of God

Author: Alastair I. MacKay



Category: Music in the Bible


View: 213


The Rhythm of Job

Author: Robert McFadden

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 150

View: 407

Poetry appears in the Bible in numerous forms throughout both the Old and the New Testaments, from the book of Job and the psalms to the letters from Paul. Its use provides a heightened awareness of the message conveyed; it exposes depths of meaning that apply to each individuals inner murmurings and elevates the holy text to endless levels of perception. In The Rhythm of Job, author Robert McFadden offers a unique presentation of the longest and oldest poem of the Old Testament, the book of Job, which explores humanitys struggle to understand suffering under the shadow of a loving God. McFadden seeks to illuminate the original cadence and parallelism of Job through the use of a side-by-side paraphrasing of the book as it appears in the King James Bible. In doing so, he creates a fresh rhythm while retelling this enduring story. This poetic adaptation reveals the lessons from the book of Job in the form of an epic poem that both honors the original text and brings new life to this timeless tale.
Bible stories, English

A Child's Storybook of Bible People

Author: Sheri Dunham Haan

Publisher: Baker Publishing Group (MI)


Category: Bible stories, English

Page: 239

View: 442

Old and New Testament stories about Biblical characters are arranged in three sections: Children of the Bible, Women of the Bible, and Men of the Bible. Includes related songs, plays, and rhythm poems.

The Rhythm of the King James Bible

Author: William Wheeler Whallon



Category: Bible


View: 344

"In reading parts of The King James Version* of the Bible, l have found a great deal of syllabic rhythm, which has added considerably to my appreciation of the work as literature. After investigation it appeared that all critics and scholars who had commented upon the matter had come to the same conclusion, but that no-one was explicit about how it could be shown precisely. This thesis was undertaken to examine the rhythmical texture of AV with exactitude, and then to draw certain conclusions that could less easily be gainsaid than the opinions derived from subjective impressions." --

Spiritual Rhythm

Author: Mark Buchanan

Publisher: Zondervan


Category: Religion

Page: 327

View: 556

Buchanan helps people recognize, embrace, and steward the spiritual season they are in. He explains that Christ is there--in season and out.

Your Life in Rhythm

Author: Bruce B. Miller

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.


Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 379

Your Life in Rhythm offers a realistic solution to our crazy, overly-busy, stressed lives. Miller exposes the myth of living a “balanced” life, and offers “rhythmic living” as a new paradigm for relieving guilt and stress, while accomplishing more of what matters most in life. Rhythmic living details six practical strategies for living a more fulfilling life. Instead of managing time, Miller suggests that we flow with life, living in tune with the natural rhythms of nature. By applying the rhythm strategies, we can reduce stress, frustration, and guilt while increasing fulfillment and inner peace. The point is not to balance all of our responsibilities at one time, but to focus attention on what matters most at different times. Although this sounds easy enough, the six strategies he outlines are crucial to helping the reader to achieve this goal. Miller helps us to understand the stages and seasons of life we all experience over a lifetime. This new understanding, when applied, will solve time-management problems and help readers to let go of misplaced priorities and relieve their overbooked lifestyle. The rhythm solution, in short, brings freedom. In a nutshell: Helps readers think through their overbooked lifestyle. Presents a new way of thinking about life management. Helps readers to let go of misplaced priorities. Helps readers understand the seasons of life and adjust their expectations. Presents rhythm “solution process” for common time management issues.

Bible Matrix

Author: Michael Bull

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 236

View: 478

Ever wish someone could give you a big handle on the entire Bible without years of study? Well, this book not only promises to give you that big handle—it will deliver on the promise. You should be asking, how is this possible? The Bible is one story told over and over again, with many variations on the same theme. This structure is the Bible’s DNA. This basic seven-point pattern is the heartbeat of the Creation. It is the cycle of a human day and a human life. It is the pattern of the Tabernacle. It is the process of agriculture. It undergirds the speeches and Laws of God. It orders the rise and fall of nations and empires. It is also the structure of our worship. It is the rhythm of Christ, and it will open the Bible for you like never before.
Sports & Recreation

The Speed Bag Bible

Author: Alan H. Kahn



Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 248

View: 420

A complete and comprehensive training manual on how to use the Speed Bag as a unique fitness workout. Written for beginners to advanced users, it includes equipment and information on punching techniques.
Juvenile Nonfiction

A Tale Divine in Rhythm and Rhyme - the Bible in Verse

Author: Josh Wondra



Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

View: 874

This book began as a learning exercise as the author endeavored to explain to his Russian-speaking students how rhyme and meter were used in the English language. Designed primarily as a reading aid and an educational tool, it's been created with the following ideas in mind: 1) Reading should be a fun experience. 2) It is not necessary to simplify the Bible to make it understandable for young audiences. 3) Pronounceability leads to usability. Children do not naturally have a harsh distinction between hard and easy words. Either a word is familiar or unknown. There's no need to shy away from advanced vocabulary if it is explainable. Vividly illustrated and meticulously crafted in a poetic style, while appealing to young readers, this is the Bible as it has never been rendered before. This first volume covers the entire book of Genesis, from Adam and Eve and the fall of Mankind to the eve of Israel's dramatic Exodus from Egypt.