Author E.G. Lewis has paid careful attention to detail, providing a carefully studied historical background and sketching a consistent view of the unknown with a masterly pen. Follow the saga of Rivkah who accompanied her father to Bethlehem where she held Mary's newborn son. Meet Shemu'el, the young man she loves. Follow them as they convert to the Way of Yeshua.
"hard to listen to"
Things are good for young Rivkah. Her father's just givenher a lamb to start her own flock, and Shemu'el wants to marry her. The young shepherdess accompanies her father to Bethlehem where, with Mary's help, sheholds her newborn son. But Mary, Joseph and Jesus are soon gone and Herod's soldiers begin killing the children of her village.
"Good Book...not so good reader"
When looking for love, you sometimes find it...and sometimes you don't! Promises: A Story of Love, Betrayal & Revenge combines coming of age, romance, and suspense in a totally satisfying way.
Having heard the Christmas story told and retold more times than we can count, it is easy to view Mary and Joseph as nothing more than paper people whom we encounter every year on the Christmas cards that crowd our mantle. In Road to Bethlehem, a prelude to his popular Seeds of Christianity Series, E. G. Lewis rounds out this flat, two-dimensional view of Mary and Joseph. In his hands they become real flesh and blood people who live, love and interact with the world around them.
Binge Eating: An Emotional Disease explores not only factors, but the solutions that can help anyone curb their appetite, so to speak, and get back to a healthier way of living. Practicing these solutions, once you have your mind made up to employ them, will help you gain the emotional balance that you need in order to stop this habit. The residual effects are positive because it spills over into other aspects of your life, thus giving you a proper balance there as well.
"Welcome to 1940s psychotherapy"
Rivkah and her family convert to the Way of Yeshua. Temple authorities refuse to buy lambs from Yeshua's followers. Unable to survive in their home settlement, they move to Jerusalem. Increasing persecution against Believers forces them out again. Leaving Jerusalem, they head for Antioch with Simon Peter to establish the Church there.
"Great story BUT consider the Narrator"
"Childfree" and "childless" ...these are the labels society gives to women who do not bear children, due to choice or genetics. Being Fruitful without Multiplyingstarted as one woman's quest to come to terms with her decision not to bear children. In conversation with Renee and Janice - two close relatives from different generations - Patricia found that they shared another, unexpected bond: each belonged to childless or childfree social networks.
Claudius is gone and Nero now wears the crown. Jews are returning to Rome meaning Simon Peter can resume his missionary work among the Romans. Shemu'el and Rivkah and their family have set sail for Rome in hopes of joining Peter and re-uniting with Atticus and Marcelina. Meanwhile, a revolt breaks out on the Empire's western fringes. Led by Queen Boaddicea of the Iceni, she aims to right the wrongs done to her and, in process, wrest the new Province of Britannia from Roman hands.
If you've ever wondered what's behind the psychology of emotional eating, because it is psychological, this book will help you dive into that and discover what goes on in the mind to bring about that kind of behavior. Those who eat emotionally consider it as an outlet to relieve their self from whatever pain or discomfort they're feeling in their life. Some of these emotions are deep rooted going all the way back to one's childhood.
In Book Three of the Seeds of Christianity Series the Church at Antioch Comes into its own. Follow the lives of Rivkah and Shemu’el as they continue to spread the good news in Antioch and beyond. Tensions surface as the number of non-Jewish converts rises in Antioch. Barnabus brings Paul, but some oppose his new role. Sha’oul, now renamed Paul, leaves on his first missionary journey accompanied by Barnabus and Yohan Markus. This saga of the Early Church takes a troubling turn when their youngest son adopts a pagan lifestyle.
When Jessie, a woman traveling west to an already established mission, finds a wounded Native American man, despite much opposition, decides to nurse him back to health because she knows it's what God wants. Despite hatred amongst some members of the train for the young man, she triumphs and is able to get him back on his feet, even though another attack almost kills him again.
The Western Mail Order Bride: Up from the South with Her Slave, is a very moving story about a rebellious and not very pleasant young woman sent out west as a mail order bride, and forced by her aunt to take along her sick slave so that the slave can breathe in some better air, and hopefully, get better.
"Poor excuse of the South!"
Good News for Those Who Wonder..."The Biblical Story in Ninety Pages," is a book for those who feel overwhelmed by their attempts to read the Bible and wonder just what is the core story of that large book. In ninety pages, the author takes his reader through the major biblical events and characters, placing them in historical context. Abraham and the Patriarchs, Moses, Saul, David, Elijah and the other Prophets, Jesus and Paul, march across the stage and leave their mark.
"Relevant and Thought-Provoking Commentary"
In a time of societal darkness, Mira Hastings and Grayson Stevens join a cadre of brave individuals who stand against a juggernaut of evil by putting their lives on the line to rescue ill-fated youngsters from certain death. In a bold attempt to bring down the beast, they publicly expose the greed and corruption that drives the system. Declared enemies of the state, Mira and Gray are forced underground as they flee the wrath of a vengeful government.
Cancer. It's one of the things we most dread to hear about ourselves or a family member. Many people will think it's the end of the line for them. Mrs. Madden tells the story of her recent battle with leukemia (AML specifically), and the struggles that she and her family experienced during this tragic time. Find out how her battle with cancer led her to become an independently-published author, bringing her a sense of fulfillment she thought had been lost forever.
The word perfect, in this context, simply means: 'very good' or 'best of its kind'. And creation here means to create, invent, develop, design, construct, produce or manufacture. Whether the creation is a product or service, in the business, literary, technological or scientific field, you can create that product you have a vision or dream to create, in such a way that the finished product would be a perfect (very good) product.