The Seed of the Woman Versus the Seed of the Serpent Fred A. Wilson ... Your rounded limbs are libe jewel/ed chains, the worb of a master hand Your body is ...
Author: Fred A. Wilson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The Book of Revelation (chapter 12) narrates a phenomenon that most readers will find incredible. Given a view of a period of time in Heaven, Apostle John saw and reported: "Then war broke out in Heaven; Michael and his angels went forth to battle with the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought." He actually saw Archangel Michael and His army of Angels in all out war against a dragon; and the Dragon and his Angels fought back. However, the Dragon and his Angels did not prevail: they were defeated and violently cast out of and down from Heaven: "And the huge dragon was cast down and out that ancient serpent, who is called the Devil and Satan, he who is the seducer (deceiver) of all Humanity the World over; he was forced out and down to the Earth, and his angels were flung out along with him." Further, the Warriors who vanquished this huge dragon called the Devil and Satan: "And they have overcome (conquered) him by means of the blood of the Lamb and by the utterance of their testimony, for they did not love and cling to life even when faced with death [holding their lives cheap till they had to die for their witnessing]." This was a War in which the armaments were the blood of the Lamb and by the utterance of their testimony This was a War of Words! This War would continue on Earth. After the Fall of Man, the War on Earth between the Two Seeds would be a War of the Spirit Beings; fought through Human Beings, and other living things, to the detriment of those who make the wrong choices during the battles to Save the World of Man! How did it begin and how will it end? This is one question every Believer is, literally, dying to know. So did Prophet Daniel (12v8): "And I heard, but I did not understand. Then I said: O my lord, what shall be the issue and final end of these things? The issue and final end of these things become evident as we trawl through Holy Scriptures and the histories of Man, as has been attempted in the 800 pages of this book.
My parents never bothered on knowing what is bothering me. ... a robotic life I had lost the girl in me, the dweller of dreams now has no dreams at all.
Author: Farhana Sadiqu
Publisher: True Dreamster
Category: Young Adult Fiction
“Is destiny a fate to choose from?”, this book is about the destined inter-caste couple whose lives are driven by fate and the events which they encounter in the most beautiful yet painful; long-distance relationship. Will love to meet its ultimatum or fate prevail over the love as always it does? Is always a gambling fight to watch and incidents with major drift which gives us the magical indulge to read and imagine them. Feel the epical love and the distance they travel to meet their soulmates.
The chorus lyrics follow: My little dream girl, you pretty dream girl, / Sometimes I seem, ... and at http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/dynaweb/sheetmusic/ ...
Author: Don Tyler
This is a chronology of the most famous songs from the years before rock 'n' roll. The top hits for each year are described, including vital information such as song origin, artist(s), and chart information. For many songs, the author includes any web or library holdings of sheet music covers, musical scores, and free audio files. An extensive collection of biographical sketches follows, providing performing credits, relevant professional awards, and brief biographies for hundreds of the era's most popular performers, lyricists, and composers. Includes an alphabetical song index and bibliography.
“Look, you're one step removed from the nerds in the library.” Even though her comments hurt, ... After three years, he finally met the girl of his dreams.
Author: Joseph Wellman
This is the story about a small group of people who are in front of us fourteen to eighteen years of our lives. This is a story about teachers. We think we know them, but mostly all we know is an image. Set in a suburban high school, the story focuses upon the lives of teachers beyond the classroom as the reader follows them into their lounge, their relationships, their pasts and their secrets. The Private Lives of Teachers is the story of fourteen Payson High School social studies teachers, an eclectic group with unique and troubling backgrounds, struggling with the basic needs, demands, and issues of life. Follow them for one full year and discover their world beyond the classroom.
Despite his reticence, Alec is finally forced to leave the island, ... As Vicki, Suzanna Leigh certainly fits the bill as the girl of Alec's dreams, ...
Author: Howard Maxford
Category: Performing Arts
Think you know everything there is to know about Hammer Films, the fabled "Studio that Dripped Blood?" The lowdown on all the imperishable classics of horror, like The Curse of Frankenstein, Horror of Dracula and The Devil Rides Out? What about the company's less blood-curdling back catalog? What about the musicals, comedies and travelogues, the fantasies and historical epics--not to mention the pirate adventures? This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia covers every Hammer film and television production in thorough detail, including budgets, shooting schedules, publicity and more, along with all the actors, supporting players, writers, directors, producers, composers and technicians. Packed with quotes, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, credit lists and production specifics, this all-inclusive reference work is the last word on this cherished cinematic institution.
May your real life be bigger than your dreams. ... -J.C.C. To my beautiful wife, Janice, and her father, Guy, who love his little girl with all his heart.
Author: John Carter Cash
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Grammy Award-winner John Carter Cash flies readers to magical castles by the sea as one little girl shares an adventure with her daddy by her side. The special bond between father and daughter protects them from pirates and alligators and guides them on the backs of eagles on which they return to their own home…where Daddy tucks his little girl safely in her bed. Daddy reminds his little girl that however far they might roam and however high they fly, his love for his little girl will always keep them safe and strong. .
By Wanda Wright & Photos Courtesy of the Chicago Public Library, ... selected the prettiest girl in Brownsville, Tennessee to share his dreams and life with ...
Author: Hermene Hartman
Publisher: Hartman Publishing Group, Ltd.
Category: Literary Criticism
Iconic Black Chicagoan profiles. This volume is a book of comedians, athletes, and musicians of Chicago. A must have for everyone who cherishes the history of Chicago within the African American community. A contemporary history of over 30 years.
“You are not eating your breakfast,” Johann observed. “I'm not hungry. You eat. ... I will miss having you and the girls around. ... “Ich liebe dich.
Author: Paul Irion
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Johann and Marta Weber are two Prussians in the 1850s, frustrated by the lack of opportunity and poor living conditions in their home country. They decide to seek their family's fortune in the New World, leaving everything behind including an infant son too fragile to make the rigorous passage overseas in order to seek a better life for themselves and future generations of the Weber clan. Upon their arrival in America, they find their way to a growing community of Germans and Swedes living along the Ohio River in Indiana. As they begin to settle in to their harsh and unfamiliar circumstances, the Civil War breaks out. Johann joins the Union side, desperate to defend what he now considers to be his home. Tragically, Johann is disabled in battle, which adds to the ever-present difficulty of finding a way to support his family. That Far Land We Dream About tells the tale of immigrants searching for a better way of life. Johann and Marta have much in common with the ancestors of all Americans. It is a story of great adversity, as the Weber family assimilates to a new culture and seeks a happier life within the borders of the land of their dreams.
... “ Tessie ” laughs at the big womanizing lug with his dreams of connubial ... song : Ich liebe nicht den Hundetrab Alltäglichen Verkehrs ; Ich liebe das ...
Author: Robert Eisenhauer
Publisher: Peter Lang
Aftermyths investigates fault-lines in literary and visual representation from 1870 to the early twentieth century as they range from a faux essentialism, often with ethnic overtones, to a «cadence of decadence» reflecting the dissensions of modernity. Reading Henry James and Mark Twain with side-glances to the cartoon revolution of Rudolf Dirks and Richard Felton Outcault, Robert Eisenhauer delves into the archive of frontier or histrionic «decadence, » «Americanness, » and «Germanness.» Pastoral idiom and foreign words, «incomprehensible to us as so many dead languages, » reflect Hesperian micrology on the part of the Übergossiper James, a discursive «katzenjammer» effect, while Twain's difficulties with German exemplify a strategy of emancipation informed by minstrel-like showmanship and a river or streetwise skepticism. In addition, Eisenhauer applies key concepts of Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project to New York City after 1920. Mayor Jimmy Walker and urban planner Robert Moses are seen as Dionysian and Apollonian instances contesting the meta-arcades of Manhattan at the intersection of epic, lyric, and drama. Outcault's «Opera in Ryan's Arcade» vernacularizes the difference between uptown and downtown, high art and low «un-art.» With the premise that Freud's definition of caricature in Totem and Taboo remains valid, Aftermyths goes on to investigate the bear as a mimetic paradigm for Nietzsche's «not yet determined animal» homo sapiens. Finally, Eisenhauer suggests affinities between two fictions of immortality, Grass's Flounder and Hamill's Forever, before returning to the downtown scene for remarks on Richard Foreman's Ontological-Hysteric Theatre.