Nine O'Clock in the Morning

Author: Dennis Bennett,Rita Bennett

Publisher: Bridge-Logos, Incorporated

ISBN: 9781610362306


Page: 284

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An Episcopal priest, a spiritual wilderness, and a couple who shared the fire that led to a longed-for renewal. This now classic story tells how the Charismatic Movement began and swept into churches across America. Father Dennis is still hailed as one of the central figures in the early renewal movement. Nine O'Clock in the Morning is Father Dennis's testimony that God can and will release His power to His people if we allow Him to truly become the King of our lives. When, in 1960, Father Dennis Bennett announced to his congregation that he had experienced a new outpouring of God's Spirit... the renewal movement can be said to have begun. --1973 Yearbook of the Encyclopedia Britannica Today's generation needs the power of the Holy Spirit to protect them from a secular culture which promotes life without God. Nine O'Clock in the Morning, Dennis Bennett's classic work on the Baptism in the Holy Spirit, will change the lives of young and old alike. I highly recommend it. --Paul F. Crouch, President, Trinity Broadcasting Network I commend Nine O'Clock in the Morning to you as a testimony to what God is doing today. --John L. Sherrill, author of They Speak With Other Tongues

The London Gazette

Author: Great Britain

Publisher: N.A


Category: Gazettes

Page: N.A

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Art, Artisans and Apprentices

Author: James Ayres

Publisher: Oxbow Books

ISBN: 1782977430

Category: Art

Page: 448

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Before the foundation of academies of art in London in 1758 and Philadelphia in 1805, most individuals who were to emerge as artists trained in workshops of varying degrees of relevance. Easel painters began their careers apprenticed to carriage, house, sign or ship painters, whilst a few were placed with those who made pictures. Sculptors emerged from a training as ornamental plasterers or carvers. Of the many other trades in a position to offer an appropriate background were ÔlimningÕ, staining, engraving, surveying, chasing and die-sinking. In addition, plumbers gained the right to use oil painting and, for plasterers, the application of distemper was an extension of their trade. Central to the theme of this book is the notion that, for those who were to become either painters or sculptor, a training in a trade met their practical needs. This ÔtrainingÕ was of an altogether different nature to an ÔeducationÕ in an art school. In the past, prospective artists were offered, by means of apprenticeships, an empirical rather than a theoretical understanding of their ultimate vocation. James Ayres provides a lively account of the inter-relationship between art and trade in the late seventeenth to early nineteenth centuries, in both Britain and North America. He demonstrates with numerous, illustrated examples, the many cross-overs in the Ôart and mysteryÕ of artistic training, and, to modern eyes, the sometimes incongruous relationships between the various trades that contributed to the blossoming of many artistic careers, including some of the most illustrious names of the ÔlongÕ eighteenth century.

The Collected Novels of Jules Verne in English

Author: Jules Verne

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 8026804694

Category: Fiction

Page: 1457

View: 2355

This carefully crafted ebook: “The Collected Novels of Jules Verne in English” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Table of Contents: Five Weeks In A Balloon - 1863 A Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 1864 The Adventures Of Captain Hatteras - 1864 From The Earth To The Moon - 1865 In Search Of The Castaways - 1865 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea - 1869 Around The Moon - 1869 Around The World In Eighty Days - 1872 The Fur Country - 1872 The Mysterious Island - 1874 The Survivors Of The Chancellor - 1874 Michael Strogoff - 1876 Off On A Comet - 1877 The Underground City (or The Child of the Cavern) - 1877 Dick Sand, A Captain at Fifteen - 1878 Eight Hundred Leagues On The Amazon - 1881 Godfrey Morgan - 1882 Robur The Conqueror - 1886 The Purchase of the North Pole (or Topsy-Turvy) - 1889 The Adventures Of A Special Correspondent (or Claudius Bombarnac) - 1893 Facing The Flag - 1896 An Antarctic Mystery - 1897 The Master Of The World - 1904 Jules Gabriel Verne (1828 – 1905) was a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction.

The Age Of Reason

Author: M. A. Raheem &Mervyn C. Charles

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462807704

Category: Religion

Page: 261

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The author is a product of Christian dominance of the New World and its development by African slavery and Indian indentured labour, with the exclusion of the Jewish people, on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. His mother was of Portuguese descent, which might well have been part Jewish. His father was of mixed racial background of Indian-Sikhism-turned-Christian and of the European master and his slaves. Such a potent brew inevitably led to an encounter with the prophets Isa al Masih and Muhammad Mustapha, and to the rebirth of the author at the Will of ALLAH, the Only True God.

Life in Mexico

Author: Frances Calderon De La Barca

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 146555775X

Category: Mexico

Page: 542

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