Can you see God? Ben can see God everywhere he looks. And maybe by the time you are done with this story, you will be able to see God everywhere you look too. A great book for 3-5-year-olds, this book should help you explain to your children how they can see God everywhere.
A deep personal relationship with God is only possible when you know His will for you. Knowledge and wisdom are very important in your walk with God. Learn how to STOP, LOOK, and LISTEN in order to attain the blessing from our Father. This book plunges deep into your inner self, which is the place everything must begin. No matter what you may think, God loves you. A choice must be made: either accept or reject our saviour Jesus Christ. Let your path be changed forever as the Holy Spirit guides you through the rest of your life. There is only one true gospel of Christ and it must become the center of your life. Begin your walk with our Lord today. It will prove to be the best decision you have ever made. GOD BLESS YOU!!
Noah Thorpe is spending the school term in George River, in Quebec's Far North, where his dad is an English teacher in the Inuit community. Noah's not too keen about living in the middle of nowhere, but getting away from Montreal has one big advantage: he gets a break from the bully at his old school. But Noah learns that problems have a way of following you -- no matter how far you travel. To the Inuit kids, Noah is a qallunaaq, a southerner, someone ignorant of the customs of the North. Noah thinks the Inuit have a strange way of looking at the world, plus they eat raw meat and seal blubber. Most have never left George River -- a town that doesn't even have its own doctor, let alone a McDonald's. But Noah's views change when he goes winter camping and realizes he will have to learn a few lessons from his Inuit buddies if he wants to make it home.
This volume brings back into print a remarkable record of black life in the 1920s, chronicled by Edward C.L. Adams, a white physician from the area around the Congaree River in central South Carolina. It reproduces Adams's major works, Congaree Sketches (1927) and Nigger to Nigger (1928), two collections of tales, poems, and dialogues from blacks who worked his land, presented in the black vernacular language. They are supplemented here by a play, Potee's Gal, and some brief sketches of poor whites. What sets Adams's tales apart from other such collections is the willingness of his black informants to share with him not only their stories of rabbits and "hants" but also their feelings on such taboo subjects as lynchings, Jim Crow courts, and chain gangs. Adams retells these tales as if the blacks in them were talking only among themselves. Whites do not appear in these works, except as rare background figures and topics of conversation by Tad, Scip, and other black storytellers. As Tad says, "We talkin' to we." That Adams was permitted to hear such tales at all is part of the mystery that Robert O'Meally explains in his introduction. The key to the mystery is Adams's ability -- in his life, as in his works -- to wear both black and white masks. He remained a well-placed member of white society at the same time that he was something of a maverick within it. His black informants therefore saw him not only as someone more likeable and trustworthy than most whites but also as someone who was in a position to help them in some way if he understood more about their lives. As a writer, O'Meally suggests, Adams was not simply an objective recorder of folklore. By donning a black mask, Adams was able to project attitudes and values that most whites of his place and time would have disavowed. As a result, his tales have a complexity and richness that make them an authentic witness to the black experience as well as a lasting contribution to American letters.
The aeroscouts of the 1st Infantry Division had three words emblazoned on their unit patch: Low Level Hell. It was then and continues today as the perfect concise definition of what these intrepid aviators experienced as they ranged the skies of Vietnam from the Cambodian border to the Iron Triangle. The Outcasts, as they were known, flew low and slow, aerial eyes of the division in search of the enemy. Too often for longevity’s sake they found the Viet Cong and the fight was on. These young pilots (19-22 years old) “invented” the book as they went along. Praise for Low Level Hell “An absolutely splendid and engrossing book. The most compelling part is the accounts of his many air-to-ground engagements. There were moments when I literally held my breath.”—Dr. Charles H. Cureton, Chief Historian, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine (TRADOC) Command “Low Level Hell is the best ‘bird’s eye view’ of the helicopter war in Vietnam in print today. No volume better describes the feelings from the cockpit. Mills has captured the realities of a select group of aviators who shot craps with death on every mission.”—R.S. Maxham, Director, U.S. Army Aviation Museum
Summarizes the discussions, ideas, and recommendations of the Women and Science conference held by the 7 directorates of the National Science Foundation in Wash., DC on Dec. 13-15, 1995, with 700 women and men attending. The conference took stock of the achievements that women have made, assesses what works best in the classroom and the workplace, and charts a new course for women to meet the challenges posed by and for science in the next century. Breakout sessions included: biological sciences; computer and information science and engineering; geosciences and polar programs; mathematical and physical sciences; and social and behavioral sciences.
Fucking Poetry is a book of working class poetry from the heart and pocket of a talented young poet. This book is the culmination of one and half years of Dustin Scott carrying a notebook in his pocket and writing poems when inspired. This pocket project has produced a raw unapologetic look at life from a loving and spiritual man who isn’t afraid to mix in some cuss words when called for. Bob “Uncle Bacon” Hurton calls it: Raw and unflinching, love poems for your Post-Post-Modern angst. If you like poems that have traveled in the artist’s pocket for over a year then you’ll loved these aged and seasoned works from this promising new poet.
When My Mind Met My Soul is a spiritual introduction of your mind to your soul. What is created is a lovely tapestry of spiritual awakenings, interwoven with the messages of great awakened beings. As you re-acquaint with your inner divinity, your soul expands, and your perception is shifted into unity. Be guided toward transcending, soul perception and one love. Find inspiration from great masters and reggae music. Join the soul conversation as our divinity links together as one. As we play spiritual hide-and-seek, learn to be keenly aware of spirit in everything. As we live from within, the life you see in front of your face changes with spiritual sight. When your mind meets your soul and you know all there is to know, you remember your eternal presence essence. As your spiritual roots strengthen and your soul grows, your experience becomes infused with the infinite. This is your re-introduction.
Do you seek to know more about Jesus? Are you ready to enter into a deeper walk with God? Are you looking to learn how to understand and apply Scripture to your life? Has God put a vision or a purpose before you... and you are unsure how to act upon it? The pages of this daily devotional will take you through a proven process of Scripture reading, teaching, application and prayer. God's Word comes alive as you read about Bible Heroes, Methods of Study, Life Lessons, Israel's history... The entries in For Such a Time as This... are written to be understood by anyone who seeks a deeper Christian walk. Let's begin today to walk into the pages of history. and on into the awesome future our Lord has planned for us! Each of us has been chosen For Such a Time as This... Vicki Renee Bryant is a teacher, speaker and writer for Jesus Christ. She and her husband Dan own a Bible and gift store named "His House" in Owosso, Michigan. Vicki has been the office manager in a local real estate company for over five years. She has one adult son, Brent and is also the proud grandmother of Tyler and Hailey. Vicki has a burning passion for the Word of God and a passion that everyone who wears the name of Christ would have that same hunger. She believes if that would happen, the world could be changed for the cause of Christ. For Such a Time as This. is her first published work and is the result of an early morning vision from God. She is merely the tool the Lord used for the messages within these pages. She prays for all who read these daily entries.