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Atlantic Educational Journal

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924065051561
Genre : Education
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Nursery Rhymes For Adult Spiritual Enrichment

Author : Roman New
ISBN : 9782765928300
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Worldwide, rhymes have been recited to children for generations. These rhymes are familiar to the masses, but behind the lyrical prose was information and insight into the world those children and their parents were living in. Nursery Rhymes for Adult Spiritual Enrichment is a collection of 39 notable rhymes that are aimed at connecting adult readers to history, most notably, the years leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence and its impact on Great Britain then and shortly thereafter. While many can recite these rhymes verbatim, few, if any, have learned the secrets behind the words. They are more than fun lyrics and memorable tunes; they are rich in history and rooted in the realities of what life was like at that time. Not only will you gain insight into the world so long ago, but you will come to understand the spiritual connection between the rhymes and the undeniable perseverance of a people besieged by tragedy, yet deeply rooted in their faith and in their quest to hold on to joy in a world that offered few opportunities to experience it.

Love Luck Lessons For Life

Author : Ruth Binney
ISBN : 0715322303
Genre : Social Science
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The fascinating answers to the questions of everyday life are all in Love, Luck and Lessons for Life. Why do lovers 'tie the knot' and keep their letters safely bound with a red ribbon? Why is it unlucky to open an umbrella indoors or split your sides laughing? What fate might befall you if you found a beetle walking over your shoe, a fox crossing your path, or if you dream of roses? What signs do country folk trust as good forecasters of the weather? And what charms and remedies are traditionally used to treat illnesses and ensure rude health?

God S Providence And Life S Lessons

Author : Norma K. Riggs
ISBN : 9781615795178
Genre : Religion
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Prayer is the most vital part of a Christian's life. We must keep an open line of communication with God. Everyone finds themselves in moments of trials and temptations and only God has the perfect way of escape. Do you struggle with spiritual pain-double mindedness, insecurity, fear, hopelessness, unforgiveness, disobedience, hurt, loneliness, rejection, discouragement, anger or a host of other imperfections? Prayer will help; God wants to be your comfort and guide. There is pardon and protection in prayer. God is the main character of prayer-not us. We must bring our petitions to Him-not our wants and persuasions. The excitement of the Christian walk is to find God's will and ask Him for it. The prayers in this book are full of faith and praise and have brought healing and comfort to many. Pray them verbatim or use them as a pattern for your own needs. Victory comes to those who pray. The privilege and responsibility of prayer belongs to those who are saved. Life's Lessons is a group of short stories that introduce people to Jesus, our Savior and Lord, through everyday living. Even if one has not read the Bible, everyday life testifies to the sovereignty of God. "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." (John 3:16) "And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him." (I John 5:15) Norma K Riggs is a happily married mother and grandmother living in Windsor, Virginia. She holds the degree of Bachelor of Theology from the International College of Bible Theology. Besides intercessory prayer her interest is working with intellectually challenged adults.

Jack And Jill

Author : Louisa May Alcott
Genre : Fiction
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INDEX Chapter I. The Catastrophe Chapter II. Two Penitents Chapter III. Ward No. 1 Chapter IV. Ward No. 2. Chapter V. Secrets Chapter VI. Surprises Chapter VII. Jill's Mission Chapter VIII. Merry and Molly Chapter IX. The Debating Club Chapter X. The Dramatic Club Chapter XI. "Down Brakes" Chapter XII. The Twenty-Second of February Chapter XIII. Jack Has a Mystery Chapter XIV. And Jill Finds It Out Chapter XV. Saint Lucy Chapter XVI. Up at Merry's Chapter XVII. Down at Molly's Chapter XVIII. May Baskets Chapter XIX. Good Templars Chapter XX. A Sweet Memory Chapter XXI. Pebbly Beach Chapter XXII. A Happy Day Chapter XXIII. Cattle Show Chapter XXIV. Down the River

Jack And Jill A Love Story

Author : Jerry Cutler
ISBN : 9781450202190
Genre : Fiction
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Jill is 35-45 lbs overweight, strong and healthy from outdoor work as a landscape architect and happy with herself as she is. Jack, a hunk, but if you got to know him, was a highly intelligent and decent man. Coming home one night, depressed, after another failed relationship with another Barbie doll, he goes onto his deck, takes his guitar and sings a love song To The starry night asking, crying For The universe to send him a soul-mate. The next morning, a fire breaks out in the kitchen of a woman in the district where Jack is assistant fire chief. The woman, noticing that Jack wore no wedding band, asked him if would consider a blind date with her close friend Jill. They meet: are chary at first, begin to open up to each other, no game-playing, discover the essence of each other and in 10 days of fun and sincere communication, they decide to marry. In Part 2, they really get to know each other, their friends and plan an off-the-wall wedding. In Part 3, a family and other off-the-wall stuff and making a good life.

Jack And Jill Not An Easy Climb

Author : Brenda Sue
ISBN : 9781622873555
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Jack and Jill" (not an easy climb) is a rich account of the lonely life of Tina Mucka. Tina was born the third SON to a French Canadian family in Keene, NH. For years Neal felt out of place in his body. He was depressed and had many learning disabilities, but most of all he was subjected to 19 electro shock therapy treatments for depression. As a result he lost his memory but not of the one crucial event in his life. He didn't forget the loss of his young father and his struggle to survive a violent death. Tina, born Neal Trudelle knew his thoughts and feelings of what it was like to be born living in the wrong body. Without having a sense of humor, Neal wouldn't be alive today. He was looked upon as an outcast, especially when he was born on December 24, 1943. In those day's doctors, let alone his naive parents, knew nothing about a person being born with two distinctive hormones, one male, the other being female. His male parts were very small and he started developing breasts at a young age. In this non-fiction book, Tina describes growing up with the feelings of inadequacy, loneliness, and finally coming to terms with the problem at hand. She lived in a make believe world. Tina's encounters with the "gay" life, transvestites, and the close friends she found that were like herself in many ways, is portrayed vividly with nothing held back. Tina lived in two different worlds and was always in a self-induced fog from the many pills, alcohol and drugs she took to overcome her afflictions. Tina was admitted, repeatedly, to mental facilities and gives an accurate account of these experiences. Author Bio: As an imaginative only child, I began writing at an early age, often skipping high school classes to attend journalism and creative writing classes with my friend, at his school, Boston University. Self-raising four daughters while establishing a career as an electrologist / esthetician, I owned a large day spa for 32 years. I have written murder/mystery/comedy dinner theater shows that ran for eight years in the Greater Boston area. I taught art to youngsters and adults and visited art museums throughout the world. On one of my trips I was fortunate to visit the Huntington in San Marino, California. I was mesmerized when I saw all the beautiful first editions and numerous art collections. This visit gave me the inspiration to write "Beyond Murder." Also written by this author - Web of Deceit keywords: Transgender, Transsexual, Androgynous, Sex Change, New Hampshire, Gender, Mixed Genes, Marriage, Chromosomes

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