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Seven Blessings

Author : Ruchama King
ISBN : 9781466835283
Genre : Fiction
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The closed, secret world of matchmaking in contemporary Israel provides the titillating pivot for a story of uncommon proportions. In Ruchama King's skillful hands, Seven Blessings maps out the complicated lives of five expatriate women and men whose search for a soul mate, in many ways, mirrors their search for God. At the center of this fascinating novel is Beth, who at age thirty-nine longs to be married but despairs she ever will be. When she finally meets the man of her dreams, he has what she believes to be an insurmountable flaw. Can she overcome her repugnance in order to forge a new life? Binyamin, a talented painter and student, lacks the humility to identify a worthy wife. He strains the matchmakers' patience until his search for perfect love finally becomes ridiculous, even to himself. Tsippi and Judith, the matchmakers, are stumbling themselves, with marriages that need propping up. In this land of miracles, seeking the right match, whether between singles, husband and wife, student and teacher, or man and God, becomes a quest that opens the Bible to us in a new way. Rich characters, an intriguing setting, writing that offers unique nuances, and ultimately a story that keeps you turning the pages all combine to introduce a remarkable newcomer. Seven Blessings redefines the Jewish experience, with a story that will ring with truth for anyone who's ever considered getting married.
Category: Fiction

The Seven Secrets

Author : John Hagee
ISBN : 9781591852377
Genre : Religion
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Those looking for suggestions about improving personal effectiveness and personal growth will both enjoy and benefit from "The Seven Secrets."
Category: Religion

An Encyclopedia Of American Synagogue Ritual

Author : Kerry M. Olitzky
ISBN : 0313308144
Genre : Religion
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Provides historical background and explains the meaning of rituals in the American Jewish community.
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The Blessing

Author : Debbi Cox
ISBN : 9781591609063
Genre : Religion
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A Treasure Trove Of Blessing And Protection

Author : Padma Sambhava
ISBN : 188727605X
Genre : Religion
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Cultural Writing. Various types of sacred texts are included in this volume including prayers of supplication to Guru Rinpoche for his guidance and for achieving profound wisdom through devotion and meditation. In the eighth century, Guru Padmasambhava--the Lotus Born--came to Tibet from India and became known as Guru Rinpoche, the Precious Teacher. He transmitted many esoteric teachings to his disciples and concealed them as Ter (gTer) or Terma (gTerma)--hidden Dharma treasures--for the sake of future disciples. From the eleventh century until today thousands of volumes of those concealed teachings have been discovered by the reincarnations of his chief disciples through spiritual discernment. Guru Rinpoche is the founder of Tibetan Buddhism and is referred to as the Second Buddha by his followers. Translator Mike Dickman has previously translated many texts of the Nyingma and 'Drigung Ka'gyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
Category: Religion

The Twelve Blessings

Author : George King
ISBN : 9780937249680
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Almost two thousand years after His resurrection, the Master Jesus returned in 1958 to give His most profound Teachings to the world in the form of The Twelve Blessings. This deeply mystical text is made up of twelve consecutive Transmissions delivered through the advanced mediumship of Yoga Master, Dr. George King. Together, they constitute a New Age Bible, giving to humanity an awe-inspiring perspective of the cosmos around us. Through their study you will gain a deeper, Spiritual appreciation of the oneness of all Creation. Through their practice, you can experience this profound sensation as well as send streams of vibrant Spiritual energy out to the world and beyond. The love you invoke in this wonderful practice will open your higher chakras, giving you the insight and inspiration to gain ever greater enlightenment.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Blessing For A Long Time

Author : Robin Ridington
ISBN : 0803289812
Genre : Social Science
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Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings ingeniously adopt the conventions of Omaha oral narratives to tell the story and convey the significance of the Sacred Pole. Portions of classic anthropological texts (particularly Fletcher and La Flesche?s The Omaha Tribe), Omaha narratives, and other historical and contemporary accounts are repeated?each time in a different, more enlightening context?in a circle of stories seamlessly woven around Umon?hon?ti. The result is an innovative account that effortlessly glides between past and present. This unique blend of Omaha poetics, ethnography, and ethnohistory is a significant contribution to our understanding of the religious life of Native Americans.
Category: Social Science

Scribe S Treasure

Author : Marion H. Gwynn
ISBN : 9781468525892
Genre : Religion
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As both chemist and priest your scribe believes that the current gap between science and religion can be bridged largely by revelation. Revelation is a select part of religion, often beyond the ken or competence of qualified science. Types of revelation comprise the manifest supernatural and prophecy, fulfilled prophecy supporting what is yet to be fulfilled. The book offers answers and asks a variety of questions. This book is written in four sections, each with chapter-like and numbered subsections: Section 1 the most scriptural and salvational Section 2 the most prophetic or revelatory Section 3 the most scientific and integrative knowledge Section 4 the most semantic and hypothetic Section 1 Scripture, Old and New Testament, appears to be a rich source of revelation and other reliable spiritual reality. Its integrity distinguishes divine and human reporting, also religion versus irreligion. Jesus' early advent fulfilled dozens of Old Testament prophecies; divine evidence for the reliability of its revelation. Scripture reveals that Jesus of Nazareth walked among us, both man and God. Section 2 Section 2 comprise a commentary upon the Revelation to John. The prophecy concentrated therein is mysterious in part yet relatively ordered and culminating. It helps to organize other prophecy revealed in Scripture. And it serves to guide our on-going participation with the ascended Christ as Lord. Prophecy reveals that God has operated mightily in and on history, that he has revealed essential parts of his plan and care for mankind. Section 3 Without religion, science, particularly inanimate science, tends to support determinism, also a relatively rigid causation or rationalism. Science develops knowledge more than understanding. Section 3 attempts to assemble salient science together with a minor proportion of related hypotheses. Your scribe believes that God's concern and involvement and control of life is more intimate and profound than most science and philosophy has indicated. Section 4 The relatively hypothetic Section 4 comprises much supposition, some semantically treated. Suppositions are offered concerning material or systematic structures for said living sub matter in body, mind and soul. Life after first death is a gift from the soul's Creator. Spirits just and unjust await resurrection in the spirit, not in the flesh, not in reincarnation. Tthe soul is foundational to theology and tends to respond to spiritual reality, to living sub matter, particularly to God and other souls.
Category: Religion

Generational Blessings

Author : SUOYO AGANABA
ISBN : 1477207376
Genre : Religion
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Beyond generational curses there are generational blessings. The greatest heritage you can leave for your family is a spiritual heritage that opens a fountain of blessings. Like never before the author examines in a thorough analytical and powerful manner the reality and operation of spiritual legacies for generational blessings. This is a wakeup call to the church to proactively affect the lives of our future generations for good. In this groundbreaking presentation, issues treated among others include: • The Covenant Father • The Basis of Blessing • The Covenant and the Altar • The Altar of the Christ • The Nature of the Blessing • The Blessing of a Father • Initiating Covenants of Blessing • The Covenant of Peace
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Mixed Blessing

Author : Hazel M. McFerson
ISBN : 0313307911
Genre : History
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Examines the link between the domestic American racial tradition and the lingering impact of its manifestation in colonial policy in the Philipines.
Category: History

Naamah S Blessing

Author : Jacqueline Carey
ISBN : 9780575093683
Genre : Fiction
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Moirin is alone, and far from the land of her birth, with nothing but a few resources of her own to draw upon, and few friends she can call upon, in what is about to become a nation of enemies. And there are hard questions ahead that she will have to answer: whether she can forgive a deliberate betrayal; whether she will fight against all odds for her love; and whether, when all believe her dead and her life and her religion hang in the balance, Moirin can sacrifice her beliefs, or will hold true to her goddess even in death ...
Category: Fiction

Seven Hard Routes To Serving God

Author : Mlungisi Biyela
ISBN : 9781434969101
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book teaches that God is always good and our human nature is always rebellious, blaming God for everything. The author, a cancer survivor, explains values and qualities he learnt while contending with and recovering from leukemia. When God provided remission, he learnt the seven routes to master in order to receive complete healing and inner peace, which are freely given through Jesus, but need a Christian¿s conscious participation. So, as they say: ¿Something has got to give.¿ These principles are: ¿ Love for the truth. ¿ Defeating the devil¿s temptation. ¿ Taking on an incremental blessing. ¿ Humility. ¿ Walking in faith and by faith. ¿ Loving your inner circle enemies; and ¿ Leaving vengeance only to God.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Bible S First History

Author : Robert B. Coote
ISBN : 9781532637018
Genre : Religion
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This is a book about an ancient writer, the J writer—the Yahwist—who produced a work of political imagination. This work is embedded mainly in the first four books of the Bible, best known for some of the most popular and influential biblical stories in Genesis and Exodus. The purpose of the book is to represent the whole of the original story with attention to its own meaning, without the influence of the other literary strands with which it was later supplemented. Therefore the work includes a fresh, complete translation of the text of the J writer, who produced the Bible’s first history. The translation itself helps to establish more clearly than ever the integrity of the J writer. The concern here is WHEN and WHY this history was written, especially in light of the concerns for justice and prosperity. Throughout it is demonstrated HOW and WHY this history comes from the court of David; it is a royal history of David’s subjects as though they were descended from pastoral nomads such as Abram, Isaac, and Jacob. It is argued that the intended audience of the history was probably those bedouin who regularly visited the court of David in Hebron and Jerusalem. Here is a bold and brilliant representation of the J writer’s composition, perhaps as it was originally intended to be read or heard. This ancient tour de force takes on new life in the hands of these skilled interpreters.
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On The Boundaries Of Talmudic Prayer

Author : Yehuda Septimus
ISBN : 3161534212
Genre : Religion
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The English term "prayer" is usually understood as communication with God or the gods. Scholars of Jewish ritual until now have accepted this characterization and applied it to Jewish tefillah. Does rabbinic prayer indeed necessarily entail second-person address to God, as many scholars of rabbinic prayer to this point have presumed? In this work, Yehuda Septimus investigates a boundary phenomenon of talmudic prayer - ritual speech with addressees other than God. The book represents a fresh look at the possible range of performances undertaken by talmudic ritual prayer. Moreover, it places that range of performances into the historical context of the rapid emergence of prayer as the centerpiece of Jewish worship in the first half of the first millennium CE.
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