St. Patrick's Day brings a new murder mystery for the crime-solving duo of Cindy, a church secretary, and Jeremiah, a Reformed rabbi. Can they rush to save hundreds of teens and the man she's grown to care for before it's too late?
Author: Debbie Viguié
Publisher: Abingdon Press
St. Patricks Day brings a new murder mystery for the crime solving duo. Can Cindy rush to save hundreds of teens and the man she's grown to care for before it's too late?
Each day is arranged with space to write your own thoughts. We may not always need a boost to our day but an encouragement or reminder are always helpful and when a genuine boost is needed this book will help to guide.
Author: J. R. Miller
"Handfuls of Grass for the Lord's Hungry Sheep" In Green Pastures is a devotional including daily readings for every day in the year. Each day is arranged with space to write your own thoughts. We may not always need a boost to our day but an encouragement or reminder are always helpful and when a genuine boost is needed this book will help to guide. "The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. He makes me lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside quiet waters." Psalm 23:1-2
Hugh Lasgarn. lès ingreen ///S///&S VET IN GREEN PASTURES by Hugh
Lasgarn SOUVENIR PRESS. Front Cover.
Author: Hugh Lasgarn
Publisher: Souvenir Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
As a fresh young graduate from Glasgow Veterinary College, Hugh Lasgarn could not have made a worse impression when he fell over a doorway on arriving at his first practice in the Welsh Borders. He came as a locum for thirty days and he stayed for decades. In Vet in Green Pastures Hugh Lasgarn looks back at his memories of those early months, when he was faced with patients from a giant champion Hereford bull with corns to a budgie with a swollen crop, in a heartwarming book that blends humour and tragedy in generous measure. Hugh had wanted to be a vet from childhood, when his much loved cat, Boggy, died and when, running home, he came on Old Thundertits the cow in the throes of calving. He quickly fell in love with the changeable, rich countryside of the Welsh Borders and with the eccentric, quirky characters who provided as much entertainment as their animal charges. There is the eyelash-fluttering Mimi Lafont with her French poodle and her French accent that disguised a Birmingham twang; Miss Millicent, whose moral rectitude would not allow her to accept that her cat George could be responsible for the pregnancy of his little sister, Sybil; and Tom Blisset who learned to control his failed guard dog when Hugh demonstrated that the dog would respond to orders if accompanied by the word 'please'. And everywhere are the farmers, often rough and ready, almost always kindly, with their lumbering herds and their sturdy sheep. Vet in Green Pastures is a captivating book, conveying the joy and laughter (and sometimes the grief) that are part of a life devoted to the well-being of animals.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
Author: T. Richard Dunham
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.
In the third book of his Wisdom Trilogy, Pastor Ray Pritchard takes us far away from the clamor of the everyday, not by removing us from our situations, but by putting them in the proper context of God's Word.
Author: Julius A. Von PoseckPublish On: 2015-04-10
"He maketh me to lie down in green pastures." Now, we may safely turn, under
the guidance of our gracious Shepherd, to His pastures, Oh! what boundless
expanse of evergreen pastures, does He open and spread out before our
Author: Julius A. Von Poseck
Publisher: Irving Risch
[Publisher's note: This written statement was penned over a 100 years ago.] The following was written nearly six years ago It was only after much hesitation and prayer, that, at the repeated requests of some esteemed Christians, and after a careful revision, I have resolved to commit these notes to print. I confide in the well-known forbearance of my dear fellow Christians in this country, as to the imperfections of expression. The twenty-third Psalm has been so interwoven with the whole of my Christian course (of more than 26 years), and our gracious Shepherd has, from this precious portion of His Pasture, whenever I turned to it, so often blessed my soul, that I could resist no longer the desire to communicate to others what He has been pleased to give to me. The dispensational side of our Psalm I have only occasionally touched upon, as the chief object of it is the feeding of the soul on Christ. Consequently even the great Christian principles of truth, foreshadowed and embedded in this Psalm, are considered, only as far as they concern the flock of God; for instance, the question of worship at the Lord's Table, where we feed upon His death, when "We sing of the Shepherd that died, That died for the sake of the flock." For, however important a place the Church, as such, may occupy at that blessed Table of our Lord, and in His counsels, yet this portion of divine truth would be out of place in our Psalm. May God keep us from growing into cool and enlightened churchmen, to the neglect of the pastoring of the flock, for whom the Good Shepherd died.
'Twas I, my lord, not Lacy stepp'd awry, For oft he sued and courted for yourself,
And still woo'd for the courtier all in green ; But I whom fancy made but overfond,
Pleaded myself with looks as if I lov'd ; I fed mine eye with gazing on his face, ...
In Rest in Green Pastures, nine shepherds offer encouragement, help, and hope for common struggles faced by church leaders.
Author: Jay Lockhart
Publisher: Start2finish Books
The role of elder is arguably the church's most thankless job. From putting out fires and dealing with disgruntled members to teaching new Christians and encouraging the weak, all while being a model disciple, an elder's role can seem exhausting and unrelenting. To survive, elders need a place of spiritual solitude and relief where they can draw closer to the Chief Shepherd and have their soul restored. In Rest in Green Pastures, nine shepherds offer encouragement, help, and hope for common struggles faced by church leaders. Topics covered include the New Testament's vision of a shepherd's role and responsibilities, the training and appointment of new elders, and the role of an elder's wife. Written by men with a combined seventy years of service as overseers, Rest in Green Pastures offers a helping hand to those tasked with the most important job in the world.
The seventh novel in the Journey Home Civil War novel series, GREEN PASTURES finds Gideon Taylor returning to Knoxville, Tennessee, where he served as a Federal surgeon during the last years of the war.
Author: Nancy Silvers
The seventh novel in the Journey Home Civil War novel series, GREEN PASTURES finds Gideon Taylor returning to Knoxville, Tennessee, where he served as a Federal surgeon during the last years of the war. Finding the experience more positive than expected, when he returns to Braxton Springs, he has to tangle again with the Bunch brothers. Finally he journeys to Cincinnati where he finds a number of pleasant surprises awaiting him as he experiences some "green pastures" in his life.
Twenty-four-year-old London Lucy Locke is unable to sleep and can eat only the minimum, being filled with remorse and guilt that her paternal grandfather, parents, and two younger sisters were killed in a horrific motor way crash on their ...
Author: Samantha Arran
Twenty-four-year-old London Lucy Locke is unable to sleep and can eat only the minimum, being filled with remorse and guilt that her paternal grandfather, parents, and two younger sisters were killed in a horrific motor way crash on their way to pick her up from the airport. Having spent Christmas with her maternal grandparents in Portugal as they were unable to travel and the pressure of her work, she had felt she had neglected them, so she used this opportunity. Lying awake as usual, she remembered a memory from her childhood. In the morning, she pursued this memory, and it was a new beginning for the journey of her life.
He never talked about politics ; but gave good dinners instead . Indeed , there
were one or two of us who could not quita reconcile Mr. Balfour's previous history
with his present conduct . 144 GREEN PASTURES AND PICCADILLY.
For my own soul, I wrote a book of meditations, From Grim to Green Pastures, as I
realized the only way to grace for those who enter the kingdom of the sick is
through grim pastures. During my illness I learned the importance of the inner life
blue-green. lambent. twilight. “Well, good wife,” said he, gaily, “are you beginning
to think of trudging home now? We ought to see a little of The Lilacs before all the
leaves are gone. And there won't be much to keep me in London now, I fancy; ...
No ; you will confess that it is the “ wisdom which the Holy Ghost teacheth , " that
is needed to receive the truth of the Gospel — and that in those “ green pastures ,
” the good Shepherd has provided tender grass for the feeblest of His flock .