An experimental novella reimagining the main figure of TS Eliot's classic poem of memory, hopelessness, and loss in a contemporary setting. "No one wants to hear a lonely middle aged man talk about cities or memory. No one wants to know that the world exists in a kaleidoscope of colors. For one man, indigo is life, and he does not have time for the man for whom yellow is."
God said the heavenly court, whenever that popped up God said court is now in session. I don't care where you are in the things of God; there are things about to open up like never before for the body of Christ. Decisions are about to be made specifically for your benefit. Hallelujah. Do you believe there's power in prophetic? There's power in prophetic decrees. Hallelujah. Part of the heavenly court is decreeing. The first point I want to talk about is prophetic degree.
"Good primer for the courts of heaven"
The 1920s in the United States were known as the "Roaring '20s" and the Jazz Age, a time in the nation that glorified hard and fast living. Nobody personified the age or wrote so descriptively about it better than F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), whose name became synonymous with the times after penning the epic The Great Gatsby.
Leonardo welcomes Mona Lisa Ghirardini into his studio in the city of Florence to paint a portrait that was never delivered to the owner. Da Vinci kept the painting and started a long romance with Mona Lisa that lasted over 20 years. The portrait accompanied Leonard during all his traveling and through different homes. This dramatic fiction recreates the relationship of Leonardo with the Gioconda, with his assistants Salai, and with the world and his relentless search for truth and beauty.
In this biography of a key figure in Korean Church history, Rev. Sang-Dong Han (the founder of the Korean Presbyterian Church in Korea, Koshin, denomination), Rev. Koon Sik Shim, a personal friend of Rev. Sang-Dong Han and person who also experienced various stages of Korean history as "a living witness", recounts the life and work of Rev. Sang-Dong Han. This book is a "must have" for all those who are interested in Korean history and learning how it relates to American and world church history.
For many people the wedding day is one of the most important days of one's life. Much effort is put into the wedding day, The financial cost and the stress of the day is huge to say the least. However the joy of being married supersedes all the hassle of the day. Wedding days are wonderful because it is the gateway towards a wonderful married life, a time of love and sharing between two people plus the opportunity to have godly offspring.