Jewish Poems and Translations Emma Lazarus. Let but an Ezra rise anew, To lift the Banner of the Jew / A rag, a mock at first — erelong, When men have bled and women wept, To guard its precious folds from wrong, Even they who shrunk, ...
Author: Emma Lazarus
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Volume II of the two-volume set features verse with historic Jewish themes as well as translations of 11th-century Hebrew poetry and works by Heinrich Heine, Petrarch, and Alfred de Musset.
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Author: Greg Rucka
Publisher: Image Comics
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
The second story arc in the New York Times bestselling series. Forever uncovers rebellion brewing in LA, and the Barrets, a family of "Waste," undertake a 500-mile journey to Denver in the hope that one of their family will be noticed by the Carlyles and "lifted" to Serf status.
She must cling, therefore, to the truth of this faith and not in the truth that Lazarus' body is now decomposing, and, if the tomb is opened, ... “Jesus lifted up his eyes and said: 'Father, I thank you that you have heard me.
Author: Thomas G. Weinandy
Publisher: CUA Press
Jesus Becoming Jesus, Volume 2: A Theological Interpretation of the Gospel of John: Prologue and the Book of Signs follows upon the first volume of this series entitled Jesus Becoming Jesus. The first volume was a theological interpretation of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. Unlike many conventional biblical commentaries, Weinandy concentrates on the theological content contained within John’s Gospel. He does this in the light of the Church’s doctrinal and theological tradition, particularly in keeping with the Second Vatican Council’s Dogmatic Constitution, Dei Verbum. This is accomplished through a close reading of John’s Gospel, theologically interpreting each chapter of the Gospel sequentially. In so doing he also takes into account the Johannine corpus as a whole. He also relates John’s Gospel to relevant material found within the Synoptic Gospels, the Pauline Corpus and other New Testament writings. This original theological interpretation focuses primarily on the intertwining theological themes contained within John’s Gospel, specifically within the Prologue and the Book of Signs – light and darkness, the seven miracle-signs, the sacraments of baptism and the Eucharist, the seven “I Am” sayings, the contentious dialogues with the Jews, Jesus’ relationship to his Father as the Father’s incarnate Word and Son, etc. Within all of these interlocking themes one finds the importance of Jesus’ saving actions – the salvific works of his Father. The overarching theme of this book, as the title suggests, is that Jesus, being named Jesus, throughout his public ministry is enacting his name and so becoming who he is – YHWH-Saves. Weinandy offers a singular, vibrant, and luminous reading of John’s Gospel; one that reveals the Evangelist’s theological depth and doctrinal sophistication. In so doing, Weinandy makes manifest the particular beauty of the Gospel According to John.
Despite their struggles as they yet still maintain their pace, Charles and Lazarus hangs in there. ... “Lift, it now!” Lazarus summons his best Arnold impression. While yet still performing remarkably well with his second set, ...
In the previous story(Who Holds the Power), Ivan Thompson a resourceful working-middle class youngster emerged from his shell wrecking havoc on all who has forever, mocked, ridiculed and of course bullied him. As a result dozens of egos were destroyed outright. However despite his ever increasing victories among them the heart of a recent newcomer from Atlanta as well as unlikely rival turned allies, an unlikely opponent and potential adversary watches Ivan's every move. Will Ivan prevail against this particular opponent? Or will he face a humiliating defeat? THE JOURNEY CONTINUES......
Author: translated by James David AudlinPublish On:
Wieland Willker rightly points out the poetry in that they lift up (ηραν) the stone and Jesus lifts up (ηρεν) his eyes. 11:43–Jesus calls Lazarus forth by name, as anticipated previously in 5:25 and 10:4 ...
The Poems of Emma Lazarus, Volume 2 Jewish poems: Translations by Emma Lazarus One hesitates to lift the veil and throw the light upon a life so hidden and a personality so withdrawn as that of Emma Lazarus; but while her memory is fresh, and the echo of her songs still lingers in these pages, we feel it a duty to call up her presence once more, and to note the traits that made it remarkable and worthy to shine out clearly before the world. Of dramatic episode or climax in her life there is none; outwardly all was placid and serene, like an untroubled stream whose depths alone hold the strong, quick tide. The story of her life is the story of a mind, of a spirit, ever seeking, ever striving, and pressing onward and upward to new truth and light. Her works are the mirror of this progress. In reviewing them, the first point that strikes us is the precocity, or rather the spontaneity, of her poetic gift. She was a born singer; poetry was her natural language, and to write was less effort than to speak, for she was a shy, sensitive child, with strange reserves and reticences, not easily putting herself "en rapport" with those around her. Books were her world from her earliest years; in them she literally lost and found herself. She was eleven years old when the War of Succession broke out, which inspired her first lyric outbursts. Her poems and translations written between the ages of fourteen and seventeen were collected, and constituted her first published volume. Crude and immature as these productions naturally were, and utterly condemned by the writer's later judgment, they are, nevertheless, highly interesting and characteristic, giving, as they do, the keynote of much that afterwards unfolded itself in her life. One cannot fail to be rather painfully impressed by the profound melancholy pervading the book. The opening poem is "In Memoriam,"-on the death of a school friend and companion; and the two following poems also have death for theme. "On a Lock of my Mother's Hair" gives us reflections on growing old. These are the four poems written at the age of fourteen. There is not a wholly glad and joyous strain in the volume, and we might smile at the recurrence of broken vows, broken hearts, and broken lives in the experience of this maiden just entered upon her teens, were it not that the innocent child herself is in such deadly earnest We are delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.
The last carefnl in judgment , raise up many disciples , and appears in the parable ( vv . 22. 23 ) . The meaning is set a hedge about the Law ( Pirke Aboth , 1. i . ) . that Lazarus was a guest at the heavenly feast .
Author: James Hastings
Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.
The purpose of this dictionary is to give an account of everything that relates to Christ - His Person, Life, Work, and Teaching. It is in a sense complementary to the Dictionary of the Bible, in which, of course, Christ has a great place. But a dictionary of the Bible, being occupied mainly with things biographical, historical, geographical, or antiquarian, does not give attention to the things of Christ sufficient for the needs of the preacher, to whom Christ is everything. This is, first of all, a preacher's dictionary. The authors of the articles have been carefully chosen from among those scholars who are, or have been, themselves preachers. And even when the articles have the same titles as articles in the Dictionary of the Bible, they are written by new men, and from a new standpoint. It is thus a work which is quite distinct from, and altogether independent of, the Dictionary of the Bible. It is called a Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, because it includes everything that the Gospels contain, whether directly related to Christ or not. Its range, however, is far greater than that of the Gospels. It seeks to cover all that relates to Christ throughout the Bible and in the life and literature of the world. There will be articles on the Patristic estimate of Jesus, the Medieval estimate, the Reformation and Modern estimates. There will be articles on Christ in the Jewish writings and in the Muslim literature. Much attention has been given to modern thought, whether Christian or anti-Christian. Every aspect of modern life, in so far as it touches or is touched by Christ, is described under its proper title. James Hastings (1852-1922) was a distinguished scholar and pastor. He was founder and editor of the Expository Times and is also well known for editing the five-volume Dictionary of the Bible, as well as the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, the Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, and the Dictionary of the Apostolic Church.
representative called a Lazarus. Forever Carlyle is the Lazarus from her family and she'll do whatever she can to protect what her family owns—even if it might kill her. Vol. 1. 2013. 96pp. 978-1-60706-809-9. Vol. 2: Lift. 2014. 104pp.
Author: Michael Pawuk
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections
Jesus therefore, lifting up his eyes and beholding that a great multitude was coming to him, saith unto Philip. . .1.” It will be noted that here, while first accepting the MatthewLuke prosaic summarizing word, “followed,” John adds a ...
Author: Edwin A. Abbott
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book forms the second part of two volumes on the historical significance of various elements of the Bible.
A turning point came in Lazarus's life in 1881. Pogroms against Jews in Russia, which erupted following the assassination of Czar Alexander II, caused thousands of Jews to flee to the United States. Observing the plight of the Russian ...
Author: June Melby Benowitz
Category: Social Science
This two-volume set examines women's contributions to religious and moral development in America, covering individual women, their faith-related organizations, and women's roles and experiences in the broader social and cultural contexts of their times. • Introduces readers to hundreds of women who became leaders within various religious faiths and denominations, including many who founded religious sects and organizations • Provides an understanding of women's developing roles in American religious culture, which continue to the present day • Enables readers to gain an understanding of the broad range of religions, approaches to religion, and attitudes toward religion in the United States • Documents how life's experiences can shape one's spiritual life and future development • Includes a timeline of the issues facing women that marks changing societal attitudes and individual women's accomplishments across history
“And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried; And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his ...
Author: David Deming
Science is a living, organic activity, the meaning and understanding of which have evolved incrementally over human history. This book, the second in a roughly chronological series, explores the evolution of science from the advents of Christianity and Islam through the Middle Ages, focusing especially on the historical relationship between science and religion. Specific topics include technological innovations during the Middle Ages; Islamic science; the Crusades; Gothic cathedrals; and the founding of Western universities. Close attention is given to such figures as Paul the Apostle, Hippolytus, Lactantius, Cyril of Alexandria, Hypatia, Cosmas Indicopleustes, and the Prophet Mohammed.
Volume 2 Les Christie, David P. Nystrom. • How will Martha be able to see the glory ... Why did Jesus lift up his eyes? • What was the purpose of Jesus' ... How would I have reacted if I'd been there to see Lazarus come out of the tomb?
Author: Les Christie
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Following the first volume of this series, A Youth Worker’s Commentary on John, Vol 2 digs deeper into the miracles and teachings of Jesus as told by John. Covering the remainder of John’s gospel, chapters nine to twenty-one, you’ll find this resource to be an invaluable aid for your message and lesson preparation. The authors give you a solid understanding of the Gospel of John, including its historical context, rationale, and meaning. You’ll see how to apply the wisdom gained from these passages to the needs and issues you and your students are working through. Written specifically for youth workers, A Youth Worker’s Commentary on John, Vol 2 has the entire NIV biblical text printed alongside a deep, yet readable, look into the meaning of this marvelous gospel. The book includes dozens of word studies, historical accounts and personal stories, followed by a large section of in-depth, thought provoking questions to get your students thinking and talking.
Author: Charles Henry MackintoshPublish On: 2012-02-17
He waited for the fitting moment, and that moment was when Lazarus had lain in the grave four days already; when every human hope had vanished; when all human agency was powerless and valueless. "I go" — not to raise him from a sickbed, ...
Author: Charles Henry Mackintosh
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Charles Henry Mackintosh known world wide as "C.H.M.," was born in 1820 in Country Wicklow, Ireland. He was spiritually stirred when he was eighteen by letters from his sister after her conversion. But his own peace was resolved by the sentence: "It is Christ's work for us, not His work in us, that gives us peace" in J.N. Darby's Operations of the Spirit. It is his writing that has made "C.H.M." so widely known, particularly his Notes on the Pentateuch. These continue to be read and to change lives around the world. It is an interesting spiritual commentary on C.H. Mackintosh that his first tract in 1843 was "The Peace of God," whereas his last, shortly before his death in 1896, was "The God of Peace." Vol. II includes "The All-Sufficiency of Christ," "The Ministry of Christ Past, Present, and Future," "The Three Appearings," and "Bethany."
His double force is imaged by two lions. A loud voice is heard upon the horizon as Horus lifts the truth to Ra, and the way is made for Osiris to come forth at his rising from the cave. So Jesus “cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, ...
Author: Gerald Massey
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This is part 2 of the Gerald Masseys work about the comparisons between the Judeo-Christian religion and the Egyptian religion. No one ever understood the mythology and ritual of Ancient Egypt so well as Gerald Massey since the time of the Ancient Philosophers of Egypt. This book is one of the best of its kind and a must-have for every student of Egyptian mythology and history.
"In hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments." INTRODUCTION.—What a great surprise for Dives! ... and he lifts up his eyes and sees! —surprise number two!—Lazarus, the poor dirty wretch who had lain full of sores at his door.
Cf. Cowley's Anacreontique 2 , " Drinking , ” 11. 9-11 : “ The busie Sun ( and one would ... Dives , dead and in hell , lifts up his eyes and sees Lazarus , the former beggar , far away in the 282 CRITICAL COMMENTARY AND EXPLANATORY NOTES.
Emma Lazarus, in her poem “New Colossus” published in 1883, warmly welcomed the immigrants: Mother ofExiles, from her beacon-hand Glows world-side ... Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!
Author: Carl A. Grant
This benchmark 6-volume set documents, analyzes, and critiques a comprehensive body of research on the history of multicultural education in the U.S. The volumes reflect the tenets of multicultural education, its history, its present, and individuals whose work has contributed significantly to equity and social justice for all citizens. By collecting and providing a framework for key publications spanning the last 30-40 years, this set provides a means of understanding and visualizing the development, implementation, and interpretation of multicultural education in American society. The volumes do not promote any one scholar’s or group’s vision of multicultural education, but include conflicting ideals that inform multiple interpretations. Each volume contains archival documents organized around a specific theme: Conceptual Frameworks and Curricular Content; Foundations and Stratifications; Instruction and Assessment; Policy and Governance; Students and Student Achievement; Teachers and Teacher Education. The historical time line within each volume illustrates the progression of research and theory on its theme and encourages readers to reflect on the changes in language and thinking concerning educational scholarship in that area.
Frequently anoint with the oil of mercy those wounded with sin, whatever kind it may be, lest they stink from the evil habit of their sins like the four-day-dead Lazarus [cf. John 11.39]. And lift up over all your subordinates the horn ...
Author: Hildegard of Bingen
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Literary Collections
This is the second volume in what will be a translation with full scholarly apparatus of the entire correspondence of St. Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179). The translation follows Van Acker's definitive new edition of the Latin text, which is being published serially in Belgium by Brepols. As in that edition, the letters are organized according to the rank of the addressees. The first volume included ninety letters to and from the highest ranking prelates in Hildegard's world: popes, archbishops, and bishops. Volume II comprises letters 91-217, in which Hildegard addresses lower-ranking spiritual leaders (abbots and abbesses, for the most part) offering advice and consolation, and is particularly noteworthy for the correspondence with Guilbert of Gembloux, who provides a wealth of information about the saint and her spiritual gift.
I Saw a New Heaven and a New Earth , A. Eugene Ellsworth ( Kjos ) SATB 2 trumpets ( M ) . ... Like Lazarus , we cannot raise ourselves out of our ... Anthem The Raising of Lazarus , Adrian Willaert ( Ricordi ) SATB ( M ) . Psalm 24 1.
Author: Peter C. Bower
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
This new handbook will be welcomed by all congregations using the Revised Common Lectionary. Convenient and user-friendly, this one-volume guide provides resources for the entire three-year lectionary cycle, including midweek festival days.
I lift up the voice of warning . This world shall be destroyed . “ Yet forty days ? " I know not . It may not be so long . ... 22-43 ) ; this resurrection of the son of the widow of Nain , and that of Lazarus ( John xi . ) .