Hear The Voice Of Zion 2

Author: Kristine M. Emanuelson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477523582
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Hear The Voice Of Zion 2 from the Author: Kristine M. Emanuelson. Clear as glass. The next level up from dense black darkness is pure clarity. As you continue to get rid of toxins, you will create spaces for new light to come into. The more light- the more ability to see. The more you can see, the more light can come. Brighter and brighter. Now is your time to shine!

Y 2 4 Jesus

Author: Evangelist Daniel Thulare
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449076009
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Y 2 4 Jesus from the Author: Evangelist Daniel Thulare. Passing on is simply the separation of the natural body from the spirit. The natural body returns to dust and the spirit joins the spirit world. Indigenous peoples, including Batswana and their descendants, Bapedi, two ethnic groups in South Africa with which the author has blood links, believe that when the separation occurs the spirit then joins the spirit world. This is where everybody who passes on goes to. A reading of the Bible reveals in the book of Genesis that the fathers also knew this fact, and it is recorded in their passing on that they joined their kin. The true person being the spirit, which simply resides within the natural body, is not restricted by the grave in its power to communicate once the person leaves the natural body. There is no basis why a spirit still resident within a natural body cannot communicate with a spirit which has joined the spirit world. The only Biblical condition is that there must be discerment of whether the spirit spoken to is a good spirit or a bad spirit. The book seeks to explain the knowledge systems of the Indigenous people and seeks to demonstrate that the thinking, in general, that Indigenous knowlegde is inferior, unBiblical or UnChristain can no longer be sustained. This is done through scriptural references. An explanation is also given of some practices, traditions and the hierarchical organogram of Indigenous Churches in South Africa through scriptures. Indigenous Churches are generally excluded and as a result do not generally engage in discusions and as a result they are most often misrepresented by the main body of Christ. The chapters are an exposition of what is Zion, who and what is a leader in Zion terms, the ecclesiastical polity or leadership hierarchy and/or organogram of the church, what is a family unit, creating my future my way, a discussion of the rift within the body of Christ as it relates to Zion and the church's dress code.

Lamentations

Author: Gina Hens-Piazza
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 0814681794
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Lamentations from the Author: Gina Hens-Piazza. Though the five poems of Lamentations undoubtedly refer to the Babylonian siege and destruction of Jerusalem in 587 BCE, the multiple voices that narrate unspeakable suffering and labor to make sense of the surrounding horror do so at women’s expense. In the opening chapters, a prevailing metaphor of Jerusalem as a woman (Woman Zion) portrays a weeping widow, abandoned and alone, who soon becomes the target of blame for the downfall of the city and its inhabitants. Vague sexual improprieties craft the basis of her sinfulness, seemingly to justify her immense suffering as punishment. The damning effect of such a metaphor finds company in subsequent accounts of women, young girls, and mothers—all victims of the destruction recorded therein. But this feminist interpretation of Lamentations does not stop at merely documenting the case against women; it also demonstrates how such texts can serve as sources of strength by lifting up portraits of courageous resistance amid the rubble of misogynist landscapes.

Zion In The Valley

Author: Walter Ehrlich
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826262646
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Zion In The Valley from the Author: Walter Ehrlich.

Rejoice Dear Zion

Author: Magnar Kartveit
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110309157
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Rejoice Dear Zion from the Author: Magnar Kartveit. Discussions about the phrase “Daughter of Zion” have not come to rest. The present book is a study of this and similar phrases from a linguistic point of view. Genitive as a category in Semitic grammar is treated in a separate chapter, and metaphor and irony are brought into the discussion. The author proposes new understandings and translations of the phrases.

The Role Of Zion Jerusalem In Isaiah 40 55 A Corpus Linguistic Approach

Author: Reinoud Oosting
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004232982
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The Role Of Zion Jerusalem In Isaiah 40 55 A Corpus Linguistic Approach from the Author: Reinoud Oosting. In The Role of Zion/Jerusalem in Isaiah 40–55 Reinoud Oosting offers a linguistic and literary analysis of the Biblical Hebrew text of Isaiah 40-55, focusing on the depiction of Zion/Jerusalem in these chapters.

Krac S Firebrand Zion Warriors Book 2

Author: S.E. Smith
Publisher: S. E. Smith LLC
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Krac S Firebrand Zion Warriors Book 2 from the Author: S.E. Smith. New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance brings another action, adventure, and suspense-filled story to transport readers out of this world. Section K Replication Alluthan Clone, or Krac as he was now called, had one focus in his life; protecting the descendants of the Freedom Five who ruled Earth’s council. Rescued by members of the family from a secret facility, he pledged to do what he could to always keep them safe. Things become personal when insurgents target a special member of the Freedom Five, Gracie Jones-Jefe and her family. When Violet Jefe is kidnapped, he swears to do everything he can to bring the precocious little girl, who is the image of her mother, home safely and kill those who took her without mercy. Captain “Skeeter” Lulu Belle Mann lives a life of freedom drifting from Spaceport to Spaceport in her short haul freighter looking for unusual treasures to add to her collection of mismatched prizes. On the Pyrus Space Station, she finds two treasures she has to have! One is the new navigation module she desperately needs and the other is a curly haired little girl with big green eyes that melts her heart. Never one to be denied what she really wants, Skeeter buys the first and steals the second. When sources lead Krac to the Lulu Belle, he finds more than he expects - a woman who fires his blood almost as much as she draws it. Krac’s hands and life are suddenly full to overflowing. He has to capture the woman who is driving him crazy, protect little Violet, and keep them all alive long enough to deliver one home and the other to his bed. There is more than Violet in danger, though. Someone has targeted Skeeter and the Lulu Belle and they are just as deadly as Krac. Can he protect the feisty firebrand that has captured his heart or will he lose the only thing he has ever cared about to another of his kind?

Perhaps There Is Hope

Author: Miriam J. Bier
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567658376
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Perhaps There Is Hope from the Author: Miriam J. Bier. Bier proposes here a strong new understanding of the Book of Lamentations, drawing on Bakhtinian ideas of multiple voices to analyse the poetic speaking voices within the text; examining their theological perspectives, and nuancing the interaction between them. Bier scrutinises interpretations of Lamentations, distinguishing between exegesis that reads Lamentations as a theodicy, in defense of God, and those that read it as an anti-theodicy, in defense of Zion. Rather than reductively adopting either of these approaches, this book advocates a dialogic approach to Lamentations, reading to hear the full polyphony of pain, penitence, and protest.