Author: Jacqueline Marshall
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 160266384X
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Leah from the Author: Jacqueline Marshall. Leah the insignificant one! Hated, unloved and rejected. However, appointed and anointed along with Rachel to build the House of Israel. Ruth 4:11. "The Lord looked upon Leah's afflictions and opened up her womb." Genesis 29:31. Woman of God, get up and be counted! Take your rightful place in God! "And all the people who were at the gate, and the elders, said, "We are witnesses." "The Lord make the woman who is coming to your house like Rachel and Leah, the two who built the House of Israel; and may you prosper in Ephrathah and be famous in Bethlehem." Ruth 4:11. What is the Lord birthing in you? Don't you dare abort the vision! Leah... This is my story. What's yours? "Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed." James 5:16 NKJV. This book encourages individuals to celebrate ones true identity. "In an acceptable time I have heard you, and in the day of salvation I have helped you." "Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation." 2 Corinthians 6:2 NKJV. Jacqueline Marshall is a mother, author, broadcaster, visionary and humanitarian. Jacqueline received a prophetic word from God concerning women. This message encourages individuals, who have survived emotional and physical abuse. Her inspiration for this book came from the Biblical story of Leah. Jacqueline Marshall is a true believer! Jacqueline truly believes in the healing and restoring power of the Holy Ghost. "He who has received His testimony has certified that God is true." "For He whom God has sent speaks the words of God, for God does not give the Spirit by measure." John 3:33-34 NKJV.

The Dance Of Leah

Author: Richard J. Fein
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr
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The Dance Of Leah from the Author: Richard J. Fein. This memoir of sorts describes the impact of Yiddish on the author's life and the intense relationship that developed between himself and the language he learned in middle age.

Leah S Treasure Book

Author: Cheryl D. James
Publisher: Inspiring Voices
ISBN: 1462404227
Size: 29.35 MB
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Leah S Treasure Book from the Author: Cheryl D. James. Leah s middle school history class is preparing to go on a pre-Thanksgiving trip to the nearby state park to learn more about the Native American cultures they study in class. Part of the trip involves an assignment where the kids can either take photographs or draw pictures that depict their experiences at the park and what they learn. In this story, Leah is excited to be going on the class trip because to her it is like a treasure hunt. However, the weekend before the trip, her experiences take an unexpected turn. Unable to go on the field trip, Leah finds another way to complete her school project. After this, she comes up with a wonderful idea to present to her Mom and family, who are waiting for her father to get back from his military deployment overseas. In this story see how Leah meets these challenges, and discovers the special treasures in her life.


Author: Judith Chernaik
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books
Size: 23.24 MB
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Leah from the Author: Judith Chernaik.

Leah Chase

Author: Allen, Carol
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781455607242
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Leah Chase from the Author: Allen, Carol. Leah Lange Chase was raised in a small, country town across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans. With the values instilled in her by devoted parents-hard work, faith, and family-she soon grew into a woman to be reckoned with. In her roles as chef of the most popular Creole restaurant in New Orleans, nationally respected patron of the arts, and civic leader, she has influenced the world around her in important ways. Reading her story makes one think, "If she can do it, maybe I can too."

Waiting For Leah

Author: Arnošt Lustig
Publisher: Harvill Press
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Waiting For Leah from the Author: Arnošt Lustig. Leah is set in Theresienstadt, the ghetto created by the Nazis in northern Bohemia as a staging post for the transport of Jews to Poland. The time is September 1944; the war is going badly for the Germans, and they are in a hurry to complete their "Final Solution". Rumours are rife among the Jews in the ghetto, even though nothing definite is known of the Nazis' intentions, or perhaps it is deliberately not believed.The heroine of the novel, Leah, an eighteen year old girl from Holland, has, like most of those around her, given up living in accordance with her beliefs. The narrator is a lad of seventeen, likewise still relatively unaffected by the moral disinteragration around him. By chance he encounters Vili Field, a pre-ward acquaintence who had seduced his young girlfriend. Vili takes the narrator to the tiny attic he shares with Leah. Thus begins an erotic entanglement that ends with the narrator and Vili being sent to their deaths in the East. Leah travels with them, but in a different part of the train. Conditions on this journey are unspeakable; Lustig evokes them memorably in this novel about impossible in appalling circumstances.

The Glenwood Springs Series The Leah And Ryan Adventures Book One

Author: Elizabeth Lashley
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456747274
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The Glenwood Springs Series The Leah And Ryan Adventures Book One from the Author: Elizabeth Lashley. Leah is a single female who headed west to become a pioneer. She encounters a lot more than she ever could have imagine. She falls for a rustic mountain man that takes her on wild adventures. She stands against renegades, the army, gunslingers, robbers, and more. The town never new a city girl could save their town. This is only the first book of many to come in this series. It's full of lies, murders, mysteries with a twist that will leave you wanting more and so much more. My books will always have the same peple, setting, and all. The whole town knows secrets about Leah and her devoted mountain man that you could never imagine. Even their own parents are in on the mysterious life they have among the Cheyenne Indians and the president of the United States. The trust is always an issue from the shy school teacher to the owner of the saloon.

Leah S Journey

Author: Gloria Goldreich
Publisher: Untreed Reads
ISBN: 1611873401
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Leah S Journey from the Author: Gloria Goldreich. Winner of the National Jewish Book Award of 1979, this classic novel of love and war is now available in ebook format for the first time! Violence shattered her golden world, and Leah's journey began... It swept her from the burning villages of old Russia to the tenements of New York, from the glittering showrooms of Paris to the settlements of war-torn Israel. It brought her marriage to a man who yearned for her sweet, denied love - and passion for a man who yearned only for danger. It gave her a son born of shame, and a daughter born to destiny. It tested her love in the shadow of the Depression and the hell of the Nazi fury... And then Leah's journey brought her home.