The Scarlet Thread

Author: Francine Rivers

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 438

View: 649

When Sierra finds a quilt made by one of her ancestors, she begins to explore the young woman's life and rediscovers her own spirituality.

The Miracle of the Scarlet Thread

Revealing the Power of the Blood of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

Author: Richard Booker

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 220

View: 916

It is the story of the blood of Jesus through the entire Bible. It is about why Jesus had to be crucified, shed His blood and be raised from the dead, and what it all means to you. The Miracle of the Scarlet Thread explains in easy-to-understand, reader-friendly language, the central story of the Bible. It makes the complexities of the Bible simple. It connects Bible stories and shows how the Old Testament and New Testament fit together, telling in one complete story, the wonderful promise God has made to mankind. Dr. Richard Booker has years of study and experience, in preparation of this incredible book. Thousands have come to a clearer understanding of God and the Bible by reading The Miracle of the Scarlet Thread. If you want to understand the Bible, you have to read this book first!

Stones and the Scarlet Thread

Author: Bonnie Gaunt

Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 100

View: 413

This text attempts to confirm the authenticity of the Bible's number code. New evidence has supposedly been found linking the code's pattern of numbers and its time prophecies with the geometry of ancient stone structures such as Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid.

The Miracle of the Scarlet Thread Expanded Edition

Revealing the Power of the Blood of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

Author: Richard Booker

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 981

Every story is about Him. A single, scarlet thread runs through the entire Bible, weaving a beautiful garment of salvation from Genesis to Revelation. This thread shows how the Old and New Testament fit together to tell one complete story. This sacred thread is the blood covenant Jesus made with God for you. Uncover the grand narrative of Jesus’ sacrifice, as it is powerfully and prophetically woven through the Scriptures beginning with the covenant rituals, Adam and Eve, Abraham, Moses and the prophets. With three powerful new chapters, this expanded edition of the classic bestseller, The Miracle of the Scarlet Thread, is your invitation to step into the story of redemption—not merely as a reader, but as a participant. Discover the prophetic origins of the New Testament’s promise for believers and how they picture Jesus in every book of the Bible. Experience personally the deep significance of the covenants, the Passover, crossing the threshold and eating the salt of the covenant. Enter the manifest presence of God through the ancient invitation of the Tabernacle, the High Priest and the sacrificial offerings. Have a fresh encounter with God and the supernatural power of the blood of Jesus!

The Scarlet Thread of Scandal

Morality and the American Presidency

Author: Charles W. Dunn

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 224

View: 433

Never before have Americans been more concerned about the moral dimensions of presidential leadership. What role should morality play in the decision making of our most powerful elected official? What did the Founders think about the significance of morality in this cherished political institution? Does the private behavior of a president influence his or her ability to lead our nation? In The Scarlet Thread of Scandal, eminent scholar Charles W. Dunn turns a penetrating eye to the history of presidential scandals to answer these and other pressing questions. Scandals are surely nothing new in the White House_ever since the creation of the republic, presidents have made morally questionable judgments, whether constitutional, ethical, legal, or personal. In eloquent and judicious prose, Dunn chronicles the numerous controversies in presidential history, paying particular attention to their impact on the American people and public memory. The Scarlet Thread of Scandal will make all Americans think differently about past, present, and future presidents.

The Scarlet Thread

Tracing God's Incredible Plan

Author: Martha McCallum

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Providence and government of God

Page: 317

View: 752

The Scarlet Thread

Author: Doug McNaught

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 137

View: 920

The Old Testament is full of Grace. If we look at the first twelve chapters of Genesis we can see this Grace flooding the entire narrative. Modern criticism of the Bible was developed without reference to modern archaeology or an understanding of Akkadian cuneiform script. We can look at the early chapters of the Bible with reference to these issues and come up with an entirely different viewpoint.

The Scarlet Thread

Tainted Women

Author: Shernett Rose Ford

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 158

View: 329

The Scarlet Thread: Tainted Women is a celebration of women who defied conventions and received the gift of Gods grace to become part of Christs family tree. The title of the book reinforces the underlying theme of grace. It alludes to the scarlet thread that Rahab the harlot placed in her window to remind the two Hebrew spies of an oath they made to her not to destroy her and family during their siege of Jericho (Josh. 2:1221). To Rahab, the scarlet thread may have been a token of escape, but to the spies, it may have been a poignant reminder of the Passover blood that caused destruction to pass over their ancestors on the eve of their exodus from Egypt. Each chapter of the book looks at the life of each woman and how it is woven into the plan of God. The first chapter explores the life of Eve, the second chapter celebrates the Virgin Mary, and the final chapter focuses on Rahab. All other chapters are in chronological order, starting with Sarah, Rebekah, Leah, Tamar, and Ruth and ending with Bathsheba.

The Scarlet Thread

Author: Mandy Rice-Davies

Publisher: Marilyn foreman

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 497

View: 993

A story which opens in 1914, in a Jewish immigrant settlement in Palestine. Aaron Levinson is an experimental agriculturist working to coax fertility from the beautiful but harsh land. He and his family know that, as the Great War progresses, their existence depends on the whim of the Turk.

The Scarlet Thread

Sometimes You Need to Get It Horribly Wrong Before You Finally Get It Right.

Author: Yvonne Curri

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

View: 724

"The Scarlet Thread" is a true story of a young woman tangled in the scarlet thread of love and destiny. She was fated to pay a high price for that love when her child and lover were torn from her arms. A narcissistic mother, the prejudice of her true love's father, as well as the shady adoption system of the 1960s were all instrumental in separating the three of them. Years later, while searching for her child, who was lost in the sealed paperwork of adoption, her true love returns after a forty-year sabbatical, setting her on an uncharted, late-in-life journey.