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A Child of Promise

A Child of Promise Author : Jill Stengl
Release : 2014-02-01
Publisher : Barbour Publishing
ISBN : 163058293X
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Harry Jameson, an itinerant joiner, longs to settle in one place, marry, and raise a family. So far, God has planned otherwise, but then Harry's latest woodcarving job brings him into the vicinity of Castle Trent... and into the desolate life of Ishmaela Trenton. Life holds little meaning for the neglected, abused, dirty maiden until the day she meets Harry. Maela's mother is dead, and her natural father, Sir Hanover Trenton, views her only as a commodity to barter with. Through Harry, Maela discovers her own worth in God's eyes-and she learns to love the handsome joiner. However, their love seems hopeless, for Lord Trenton would never consent to give his daughter to a commoner. Surely God would not give Maela new life only to leave her helpless in the hands of wicked men! Will Harry move on to new jobs and let his little pupil fend for herself?

A Child of Promise

A Child of Promise Author : Marshall B. Thompson
Release : 2012-10
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
ISBN : 1412042410
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Watch how violent events of one generation impacts those that follow. Read this adventure packed novel set along the silk road and contend with its characters and Marshall Thompson, author.

Child of Promise

Child of Promise Author : Debbi Migit
Release : 2008-08
Publisher : Tate Publishing
ISBN : 1604628847
File Size : 55.69 MB
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I stared at the letter and picture as the tears fell. I hadnt heard from Vickie in almost twenty years. And then tonight, of all nights, I had received such a letter! I held my breath as I sensed Gods presence all around me. Adoption, was that what God had in mind for us? Ten years of infertility brought Debbi and Phil Migit to a crisis of faith. Child of Promise is the true account of one couples journey from barrenness to the blessing of Tran racial adoption. There is a message that goes beyond infertility and adoption; it will touch any believer and bring them to a better understanding of Gods ultimate faithfulness. Walk with Debbi and Phil as they remain faithful to God and finally receive their Child of Promise.

Children of Promise

Children of Promise Author : Geoffrey William Bromiley
Release : 1979-01-01
Publisher : Eerdmans Publishing Company
ISBN : 9780802817976
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Infant baptism is an issue that divides the largest Protestant denomination from its sister denominations; and it remains, in many churches, the subject of frequent and sometimes heated debate. This is particularly the case in Reformation churches where the influence of Baptist doctrine has caused members to question their practice of baptizing infants. Children of Promise is Geoffrey Bromiley's attempt to "get at the biblical understanding which underlies the continuation of infant baptism in many of the evangelical churches." In addition to examining the scriptural basis for baptizing infants, Bromiley also considers the meaning of baptism, the relation of baptism to the three persons of the Trinity, and the question of the salvation of infants. A concluding chapter presents a list of guidelines for churches to follow as they examine the practice of baptizing infants. "This is a superb little book, convincingly argued on biblical grounds and very well presented in a clear, commendable, irenic style." - Thomas F. Torrance Geoffrey W. Bromiley is professor emeritus of Church History and Historical Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is best known as the translator of numerous theological books, including the 9-volume Theological Dictionary of the New Testament.

Child of the Promise

Child of the Promise Author : Stormie Omartian
Release : 2000
Publisher : Harvest House Pub
ISBN : 9780736902502
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In Omartian's joyous tribute to the birth of Jesus, the Christmas story comes to life with a fresh rendition of Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem, the shepherd's awe-inspiring encounter with the angel of the Lord, and the glory surrounding a baby born long ago in a stable. Artist Jack Terry has captured the poetic feel of Omartian's text with artwork created specially for "Child of Promise".

No Longer a Child of Promise

No Longer a Child of Promise Author : Amanda Farmer
Release : 2015-08-27
Publisher : Archway Publishing
ISBN : 9781480820869
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This sequel to If You Leave This Farm chronicles the life adventures of this young Mennonite lady who, after choosing to walk away from her father's farm at age 29, is now free to make her own choices as an adult. Amanda shares the joy of discovering the world away from the farm, of falling in love, and about her decision to eventually leave the Mennonite church. But that freedom and joy is tainted by the continuing intertwined and overpowering conflicts that result from unspoken and unresolved expectations in her family of origin. With an engaging style, Amanda provides an honest glimpse into her roller coaster journey of hope and love alternating with pain, hurt and bitterness as a result of misplaced familial values, favoritism, and the effect of the ultimate rejection - disinheritance by her parents. No Longer a Child of Promise vividly portrays the struggle in one woman's heart to grasp the meaning of forgiveness, to experience triumph and acceptance in her personal journey, and to eventually release the all-consuming pain of rejection in her heart to God.

Child of Promise (Brides of Culdee Creek Book #4)

Child of Promise (Brides of Culdee Creek Book #4) Author : Kathleen Morgan
Release : 2007-11-01
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 9781441217370
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Kathleen Morgan's books for the general market have earned rave reviews and hooked thousands of romance fans. Her first inspirational series, Brides of Culdee Creek, has proven successful as well. Woman of Grace and Lady of Light each climbed the CBA Marketplace best-selling fiction list. This new release, Child of Promise, is the final book in the series. Beth MacKay, the daughter of Culdee Creek's owner, returns home after completing medical school to take over the aging Doc Childress's practice. Reluctantly, her life and heart become entwined with that of Grand View's Episcopalian priest, Noah Starr. But Noah struggles with his faith and calling since his wife died and his daughter, Emily, was disabled with cerebral palsy due to the difficult birth. When Beth becomes embroiled in a spousal abuse case between two of Noah's parishioners, she encourages the battered woman to leave her husband for her own safety. Noah cautions the woman to try to work things out, and when the abuse ends in tragedy, it's the last straw for the already-doubtful priest. Despondent and shaken, he announces his resignation to the church. Only with Beth's faith and love, and a little help from the community, can Noah find his way back to the life and calling God has always intended for him.

65 Promises from God for Your Child

65 Promises from God for Your Child Author : Mike Shreve
Release : 2016
Publisher : Charisma Media
ISBN : 1629989177
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For every parent who is looking for hope, encouragement, a miracle, or a way out of the storm.

Children of the Promise

Children of the Promise Author : Lorenzo Polizzotto
Release : 2004
Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN : 9780199263325
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Lorenzo Polizzotto examines the educational, religious, political, and philanthropic practices of the Florentine youth confraternity of the Purification. Founded in 1427 at a time of unbounded optimism in Florence's future, the Purification was entrusted with the socialization of the youths.With the right education and training, these youths were expected eventually to lead Florence to its manifest destiny.The Purification's educational practices were solidly grounded in religious and humanist principles. In concert with the other youth confraternities, the Purification pioneered an educational programme which influenced pedagogical practices throughout Europe until the middle of the twentiethcentury. Its success made it an attractive prize for the contending political forces in Florence, becoming first an instrument of Medici ambitions and then of Savonarolan radical millenarism. Once Florence fell under the permanent rule of the Medici, the Purification sought to serve the city byturning to philanthropy, which it dispensed as a moral and educational duty.

Children and Families "At Promise"

Children and Families Author : Beth Blue Swadener
Release : 1995-01-01
Publisher : SUNY Press
ISBN : 1438421648
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This book shows how the labeling of children as "at-risk" actually perpetuates the inequities, racism, and discrimination facing many families in America.

Faith Child of Promise

Faith Child of Promise Author : Marvin L. Ward
Release : 2008-10-06
Publisher : Lulu.com
ISBN : 0557016479
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Our entanglements with life often come about because of mixed emotions or battles within ourselves. I have learned that more often than not, that we become offended by what someone said or done, while in the middle of one of our inner battles. Many times our battles are due to negative prayers. We wonder why God has not answered our prayers. This book is about how we negate our positive prayers with negative prayers and never see our faith level of prayers develop into the promise of the Word. This is to help you to find your faith level prayer to witness your Faith Child of Promise!By learning to cease our negative prayers and pray positive prayers we can experience the promise of the scriptures. God's Word will produce the promises written, we just need to learn the correct path to witness the development of the promises. I pray that the reading of this book will help you find your Faith Child of Promise!

Gertruda's Oath

Gertruda's Oath Author : Ram Oren
Release : 2009-08-04
Publisher : Image
ISBN : 9780385530569
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Trapped in the horrors of World War II, a woman and a child embark on a journey of survival in this page-turning true story that recalls the power and the poignancy of Schindler’s List. Michael Stolowitzky, the only son of a wealthy Jewish family in Poland, was just three years old when war broke out and the family lost everything. His father, desperate to settle his business affairs, travels to France, leaving Michael in the care of his mother and Gertruda Bablinska, a Catholic nanny devoted to the family. When Michael's mother has a stroke, Gertruda promises the dying woman that she will make her way to Palestine and raise him as her own son. Written with the invaluable assistance of Michael, now seventy-two and living in New York City, GERTRUDA’S OATH re-creates Michael and Gertruda’s amazing journey. Gripping vignettes bring to life the people who helped ensure their survival, including SS officer Karl Rink, who made it his mission to save Jews after his own Jewish wife was murdered; Rink’s daughter, Helga, who escaped to a kibbutz, where she lived until her recent death; and the Jewish physician Dr. Berman, who aided Michael and Gertruda through the worst of times. GERTRUDA’S OATH is a story of extraordinary courage and moral strength in the face of horrific events. Like Schindler’s List, it transcends history and religion to reveal the compassion and hope that miraculously thrives in a world immersed in war without end.

The Presence in the Promise

The Presence in the Promise Author : Harry N. Huxhold
Release : 2000
Publisher : CSS Publishing
ISBN : 0788017136
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If we want to know how God will treat the Christian Church, we must look at how God treated the ancient people of Israel. That's the premise of Harry Huxhold's seventeen messages based on First Lesson texts from the Revised Common Lectionary, which demonstrate that the word and sacrament of Christian worship are as fresh as the promises of hope, providence, salvation, grace, and steadfast love that God first shared with humanity millennia ago. Titles include: - Days of Promise (Jeremiah 33:14-16) - The Child of Promise (Isaiah 9:2-7) - The Promise of Baptism (Isaiah 43:1-7) - The Fruit of Forgiveness (Genesis 45:3-11, 15) - Keeping the Glow On (Exodus 34:29-35) ... and more! Harry N. Huxhold holds an M.Div. degree from Concordia Seminary (St. Louis), an M.Th. degree from Luther Seminary (St. Paul, Minnesota), and a D.Min. degree (summa cum laude) from Christian Theological Seminary (Indianapolis). The author of fifteen books of devotional and sermonic materials and over fifty articles in theological journals and religious periodicals, Huxhold currently serves on the pastoral staff at King of Glory Lutheran Church in Carmel, Indiana.

Child Poverty in America Today: The promise of education

Child Poverty in America Today: The promise of education Author : Barbara A. Arrighi
Release : 2007
Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN : 9780275989293
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Since the numbers of poor children have risen following welfare reform, a changing economy, and a lengthy recession, the time is ripe for a collection on child poverty.

The Promise

The Promise Author : Jean-Marie Lustiger
Release : 2007-10-15
Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN : 0802807712
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Because of their faith in the crucified Messiah, the Christian nations are indebted to Israel. Yet they have largely marginalized and even rejected God's chosen people. In this volume Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger reflects on a number of subjects and concerns common to both Christians and Jews ? the Ten Commandments, fulfillment of biblical prophecy, Christian anti-Semitism, and more. As a Jewish-born Roman Catholic priest, Cardinal Lustiger has a unique viewpoint. He became Archbishop of Paris and a cardinal while remaining keenly aware of his indelible Jewish identity and of the vital Jewish roots of Christianity. Aware that his reflections may be controversial ? possibly offending Jewish and Christian readers alike ? he nonetheless boldly shares his perspectives in The Promise, hoping that readers will see him as speaking and writing in good faith, in the service of the Word of God given for the happiness and salvation of all.

CHILDREN OF THE PROMISE

CHILDREN OF THE PROMISE Author : Norma Evans Barber
Release : 2008-12-08
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 1465331549
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Children of the Promise

Children of the Promise Author : Robert R. Booth
Release : 1995
Publisher : P & R Publishing
ISBN : 9780875521657
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Summer Promise/A Gull Named Helen/Children on the Shore (Storycuts)

Summer Promise/A Gull Named Helen/Children on the Shore (Storycuts) Author : Elvi Rhodes
Release : 2011-11-17
Publisher : Random House
ISBN : 1448125537
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In 'Summer Promise', Linda, recently divorced and in need of a break, decides to take her two children on a fortnight's holiday in France, renting a house from a friend of a friend. However when she arrives at the house, she finds a man already there, claiming to be the owner. It emerges that this man, Graham, is the ex-husband of the woman who suggested the idea to Linda, and that she had forgotten to inform her that the situation had changed and that Graham now owns the house outright. He makes it clear to Linda that they can't possibly stay there as he is busy with work and it would be an inconvenience. But as Linda frantically tries to find a hotel, her youngest child James falls ill with chicken pox. Graham relents, and agrees to let them stay in the house, packing his bags to move out for two weeks. But as he is leaving, they both realise that perhaps this situation could work out for both of them after all... In 'A Gull Named Helen', when little Daniel clams up following the death of his grandmother, everyone thinks a school trip to the seaside will be just what he needs. In the lighthouse where they are staying, Daniel is offered the little room right at the very top of the tower, while the other children must sleep in the basement. Watching from his bedroom window, Daniel becomes mesmerised by the seagulls circling overhead. As he spends the next few days feeding them scraps of bread, he forms a bond with one bird in particular, who he decides is called Helen - the same name as his grandmother. But little does he know that what he learns from these birds could help him for years to come. In 'Children on the Shore', Claire Foster has been used to living her own life, her own way. Her daughter lives abroad with her own family. Claire was widowed years ago. So when she takes a temporary job as a secretary at a hospital, she is startled to find herself beginning a relationship with one of the doctors. Meanwhile, her daughter begins writing to her frequently, begging her to move closer to them so that she can be a part of her grandchildren's lives. And then she is offered a new job, working for an author, which would reduce her free time dramatically. Which path - if any - should she choose? Part of the Storycuts series, these three short stories were previously published in the collection 'Summer Promise and Other Stories'.

If You Call Yourself a Jew

If You Call Yourself a Jew Author : Rafael Rodriguez
Release : 2014-10-29
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 1630875767
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If You Call Yourself a Jew reads Romans as a dialogue between Paul and a Gentile proselyte to Judaism. This fresh reading brings Romans into focus as Paul's exposition of the revelation of God's righteousness--his faithfulness to his covenant promises to Abraham, which climaxed in the announcement that "in you all the tribes of the earth will be blessed" (Gen 12:3). Paul insists that the righteousness of God is revealed, "for the Jew first as well as for the Greek," not through Torah but through the faith(fullness) of Jesus. Torah and the prophets provide corroborating witness for God's righteousness, but Gentiles who bend their necks to Torah's yoke miss the actual mechanism for finding peace with God. Paul found in the story of Jesus the image of complete faith in/faithfulness to God; in Jesus' resurrection he found the image of God's complete faithfulness, "for the Jew first as well as for the Greek." Whereas Torah resulted in curse and death, it also anticipated the unconditional faithfulness of God for both Jew and Gentile. For Paul, the gospel of Jesus Christ is the account of the outworking of God's faithfulness: the end of Torah's curses and the fulfillment of its blessings.