Appointment in Jerusalem

Author: Derek Prince,Lydia Prince

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 1603746722

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 200

View: 6959

This is the riveting true story of a young schoolteacher and her courageous quest to know God’s will for her life. In Lydia Prince’s search for God and her life’s purpose, she is led to Jerusalem, where she learns the power of prayer and experiences many miracles of provision and protection. Lydia rescues a dying baby girl and then miraculously survives many dangers, including gunfire, siege, and barricades. She enters into her true appointment from God and, in the process, rescues scores of abandoned sick and orphaned children from disease and death. Follow Lydia’s astounding journey and see how you, too, can: Experience powerful answers to prayer Be guided through difficult challenges Find God’s unique plans for your life Learn the secret to being led by God Discover how God can remarkably use those who trust Him!

Appointment in Jerusalem

Author: Derek Prince,Lydia Prince

Publisher: Chosen Books Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780310601319

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

View: 7916

Appointment in Jerusalem - RUSSIAN

Author: Derek Prince

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781782634294


Page: 214

View: 7431

The remarkable account of Lydia Prince a Danish school teacher who had a life-changing encounter with the Holy Spirit, became the wife of Derek Prince and the mother of nine adopted daughters. In an epilogue Derek Prince makes some startling predictions about Jerusalem.

Women on the Front Lines

Author: Michal Ann Goll

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 0768491517

Category: Religion

Page: 178

View: 3856

History is filled with women who have dramatically changed the world. Their sacrifices, passion, and fire still inspire us today. These pages hightlight the lives of nine such women...ordinary women...women who struggled with choices and the convictions of their hearts. Today women still face the same choices, issues, and dilemmas. Each day brings an opportunity to impact the lives around you...the chance to change the history of your generation. As you read about these women and the choices they made, may you too be inspired to heed the call to courage and step up to the front lines of faith, hope, and love.

Appointment in Jerusalem

Author: Max I. Dimont

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497606632

Category: Religion

Page: 144

View: 5435

The acclaimed author of Jews, God, and History considers the historical Jesus “in the spirited, witty, fascinating manner in which his scholarship excels” (Bookviews). Biblical historian Max Dimont, author of the classic Jews, God, and History, explores the mystery surrounding the predictions Jesus made about his fate. Examining the gospel, Dimont re-creates the drama in three acts using his knowledge of the events recorded in the Bible. Thoughtful and fascinating, Appointment in Jerusalem examines the questions that have surrounded religion for centuries. Who was Jesus, the Christian messiah or a member of a Jewish sect? Dimont’s insight is intelligent and surprising.

Philosophy as Stranger Wisdom

Author: Carlo Altini

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 1438490070

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 332

View: 9159

What is philosophy and who is the philosopher? What should be the relationship between the philosopher and the city? And what should be the attitude that the philosopher must have with respect to tradition, religion and politics? These questions, which have spanned the entire history of Western philosophical thought, from ancient Greece onwards, found original answers in one of the greatest figures of twentieth-century culture, Leo Strauss. Philosophy as Stranger Wisdom, thanks to a scrupulous study of his entire bibliography, represents the first truly comprehensive and complete intellectual biography of Strauss. The reader will find in these pages a Strauss who is not an American neoconservative theorist nor an orthodox Jew, but rather an original reader and interpreter of classical authors: from Thucydides and Plato to Machiavelli and Hobbes. Carlo Altini presents us with a philosopher who escapes any attempt at classification, who lived constantly in exile between theory and practice, philosophy and politics, immanence and transcendence, and who considered philosophy the most important critical exercise of human reason, always "out of date" and always "out of place."

The Wandering Palestinian

Author: Anan Ameri

Publisher: BHC Press

ISBN: 1643971328

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 242

View: 743

Anan Ameri played a pivotal role in the creation of the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The Wandering Palestinian chronicles her life from 1974 in Beirut, Lebanon to Detroit, Michigan as she learns how to adjust to culture shock, finds her independence, and becomes a driving force in Detroit’s large and politically active Arab American community—an involvement that helped her break away from her isolation, resume her activism, and paved the way for her to become a recognized and respected leader in her community.

History of the War of Independence: The first month

Author: Uri Milstein

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761807216

Category: History

Page: 384

View: 3790

This book, based on newly classified material, describes the Jewish defense actions in the 1948 War of Independence. Milstein discloses the internal frictions among the Jewish commanders; the subsequent elevation of Ben Gurion to supreme command; and all the events--political and military--of the first month of war. The book is singular in its critical method, in the vast number of documents consulted, and the thousands of interviews with people, many of whom have passed away. Instead of generalizations, the book analyzes in detail the determinant events during that first month. It is intended for scholars, students, and the general public.