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The Kings Table

Author : George K. Ramovha
ISBN : 9781504942485
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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“Thou shall declare a thing and it shall be established”. (Job 22:28) The Bible says Jesus Christ has made us kings and priests to His God and Father (Revelation 1:6). And as kings, our words are full of power and authority. Hence the Bible also says here in Job 22 verse 28 that thou shall declare a thing and it shall be established. Meaning that heaven (God and the angels) ensures that every single word we speak as kings should come to pass. Now, as kings, we better not be careless about the words we speak, lest we reap the careless harvest from the careless words we have spoken. And for this reason God has provided for us what we should speak on a daily basis in order to impart life to ourselves and to the world around us. The word of God has been provided for us not to only stir at it but most importantly, to also make sure that our declarations are in line with what is written in the scriptures. Royal declarations daily devotion will help you understand what you should declare on a daily basis. For the next thirty-one days of your life, watch as God’s Word changes your destiny, from peasantry to royalty, through your own practical declarations articulated in line with the scriptures.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

From The Wilderness To The King S Table

Author : Bonnie Rowan
ISBN : 9780768490282
Genre : Religion
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From the Wilderness to the King’s Table is a story of the journey every Christian must face to reach their God-given destiny, as well as a road map that chronicles the progression of the church into the new season we are entering today. It highlights the trials we face as we move from the old to the new, both personally and as a church body. Using various biblical examples, it is an excellent resource for leadership training that can be used to equip the saints to recognize things that reside within all of us that hinder our progression to maturity.
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Life In Biblical Israel

Author : Philip J. King
ISBN : 0664221483
Genre : Religion
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A special edition of the Library of Ancient Israel is based on the latest research to provide an in-depth presentation of the land in ancient times from its domestic life and cultural traditions to its religious practices, in a volume complemented by more than 175 illustrations and photographs.
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The Ivp Bible Background Commentary Old Testament

Author : John H. Walton
ISBN : 0830814191
Genre : Reference
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Edited by John H. Walton, Victor H. Matthews and Mark Chavalas, this unique commentary joins the IVPBBC: New Testament in giving historical, social and cultural background for each Old Testament passage from Genesis to Malachi.
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Reflection And Refraction

Author : Robert Rezetko
ISBN : 9789004145122
Genre : Religion
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This volume of thirty articles covering a wide range of subjects related to Old Testament study is written by colleagues, friends and students of A. Graeme Auld to honour the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday.
Category: Religion

Fragments From The King S Table Classic Reprint

Author : Jerry Miles Humphrey
ISBN : 1333702728
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Excerpt from Fragments From the King's Table When servants in the southland work for people of wealth they are frequently given permission to take home the table fragments. Often these frag ments form quite a mixture, being made up of the remains of breakfast, dinner and supper. This being the case, the collection sometimes consists of many of the following things: Ham, fish, chicken, oysters, pancakes, cucumbers, potatoes, pudding, pickle, pie, salad, peas, beets and cake. Strange as it may ap pear to the reader, this variety is usually carried home by the servant in two pans. About twenty years ago, the writer entered into the service of a wealthy King, ' whose name is Jehovah. This King furnishes the finest table of any one in all the land; hence, after meals are served, there always remains an abundance of fragments, which the writer is permitted to bring to the reader. I, therefore, here present a portion of them in this volume. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

An Invitation From The King

Author : Letrice Weaver
ISBN : 9781602664357
Genre : Religion
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Weaver describes how the liberating power of Gods word and His presence enabled her to overcome her own battles with fears, rejection, low self-esteem, and guilt. (Practical Life)
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The King S Peace

Author : Jo Walton
ISBN : 9781472107459
Genre : Fiction
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Sulien ap Gwien is seventeen years old when the Jarnish invasion begins, and strong enough to match any one of their raiders in battle. But when they do come, she finds herself unarmed and at their mercy. As she watches her attackers walk away from where she lies bound, she vows revenge. With the land around her disintegrating and no help forthcoming, Sulien rides out in search of King Urdo, a young ruler fighting to create unity in a country where there is none. What follows is the beginning of an alliance that will shape the course of history in Tir Tanagiri as well as the rest of Sulien's life. Praise for the Trilogy 'Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart, a rare combination . . . She can dig down to a true vein of legend and hammer out gold.' Robin Hobb 'The people, the politics, the details of warfare and daily life, all ring as true as the steel sword the heroine wields so doughtily. This is much more than a retooling of the Matter of Britain: it is a fully imagined, living, magical world.' Delia Sherman 'Beautiful and thought-provoking. Walton tells a story set in a world and a history almost like ours, but different enough to be in itself a kind of elvenland.' Poul Anderson 'Head and shoulders and sword-arm above most fantasy. Like a lost memoir from the Dark Age of a subtly different history, tough and unsentimental and all the more touching for that.' Ken MacLeod
Category: Fiction