The Assassin And Mordecai

📒The Assassin And Mordecai ✍ Lloyd A. Atabansi, Ph.D.

✏Book Title : The Assassin and Mordecai
✏Author : Lloyd A. Atabansi, Ph.D.
✏Publisher : AuthorHouse
✏Release Date : 2015-09-11
✏Pages : 274
✏ISBN : 9781504927321
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Assassin and Mordecai Book Summary : The battle is real. You are involved in a spiritual battle with the powers of darkness, whether you choose to believe it or not or whether you like it or not. The Bible tells us that Satan is constantly scheming to defeat Christians. This formidable foe, Satan, has a ministry to steal, kill, and destroy the Christian and God’s kingdom agendas. Whether we chose to accept this reality or not is our prerogative. We are living in a combat zone against Satan’s highly organized kingdom of darkness. There are human agents that are empowered by the kingdom of darkness to identify, prey, and cause great harm on unsuspecting Christians. You need not be afraid of the powers of darkness. You can rest, assured that our victory is already won in Jesus Christ. This story is about Mordecai Adams, who, as a child, was initiated and dedicated into Satanism. He spends his childhood days in an abnormal environment until his eighteenth birthday, when the powers of darkness began their reign of terror in his life, thus seeking to destroy him. Mordecai soon finds out that he was initiated and dedicated into occultism by a very close relative who sought power, wealth, and fame from a juju witch doctor, a man called Founder, a servant and priest of Chynzaimon, a manifestation of an evil personality. As Mordecai grew, he recognized that things are not going well for him. He is not able to establish and sustain meaningful relationships or hold down a job. His finances, mind, health, and personal properties are constantly under attack from this invisible enemy. After a series of spiritual battles, Mordecai soon realizes the source of his attacks and misfortunes. He embarks on a spiritual journey to defeat this invisible enemy, who continues to lurk and hide in mystery until his exposure. Upon knowing the identity of his enemy, Mordecai then recognizes his power and authority in Christ and soon thereafter defeats the enemy and obtains total and complete victory. As you read this book, it will help you aggressively and systematically claim your triumph by relying on the Almighty God and in the power of his word.

📒The Assassins Of Rome ✍ Caroline Lawrence

✏Book Title : The Assassins of Rome
✏Author : Caroline Lawrence
✏Publisher : Hachette UK
✏Release Date : 2010-12-09
✏Pages : 224
✏ISBN : 9781444003543
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Assassins of Rome Book Summary : Jonathan goes on a secret quest to Rome, and Flavia, Nubia and Lupus set out to find him. Their dangerous mission takes them to the Golden House of Nero where a deadly assassin is rumoured to be at work - and they learn what happened to Jonathan's family during the terrible destruction of Jerusalem nine years earlier.

📒Mordecai ✍ Michael G. Manning

✏Book Title : Mordecai
✏Author : Michael G. Manning
✏Publisher : Michael G. Manning
✏Release Date : 2018-02-27
✏Pages : 498
✏ISBN : 9781943481118
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Mordecai Book Summary : Years have passed since the last of the Dark Gods was defeated, and Lothion has entered an age of peace and prosperity. Mordecai’s oldest children have already begun to make a place for themselves, and his youngest are on the cusp of adulthood. By every outward measure, his life has been a success; he has earned his reward. However, Tyrion, the first wizard and brutal liberator of mankind, has returned with an agenda of his own, and dark things continue to stir at the edges of civilization, threatening to undo Mordecai’s accomplishments. He must meet the expectations of his queen, his family, and his people, all while finding a way to protect them from the ancient enemy of the She’Har, but his greatest challenge may be dealing with the lingering darkness that is growing within his own heart.

✏Book Title : Rediscovering Mordecai Gorelik
✏Author : Anne Fletcher
✏Publisher : SIU Press
✏Release Date : 2009-03-30
✏Pages : 258
✏ISBN : 0809328801
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Rediscovering Mordecai Gorelik Book Summary : Rediscovering Mordecai Gorelik explores the life and work of the pioneering scene designer whose career spanned decades in American theatre. Anne Fletcher’ s insightful volume draws intriguing parallels and contrasts between Gorelik’ s productions and the theatrical movements of the twentieth century, exposing the indelible mark he left on the stage. Through in-depth analysis of his letters, diaries, designs, and theoretical works, Fletcher examines the ways in which Gorelik’ s productions can be used as a mirror to reflect the shifting dramatic landscapes of his times. Fletcher places Gorelik against the colorful historical backdrops that surrounded him— including the avant-garde movement of the 1920s, World War II, the Cold War, and absurdism— using the designer’ s career as a window into the theatre during these eras. Within these cultural contexts, Gorelik sought to blaze his own unconventional path through the realms of theatre and theory. Fletcher traces Gorelik’ s tenures with such companies as the Provincetown Players, the Theatre Guild, and the Theatre Union, as well as his relationships with icons such as Bertolt Brecht, revealing how his interactions with others influenced his progressive designs and thus set the stage for major dramatic innovations. In particular, Fletcher explores Gorelik’ s use of scenic metaphor: the employment of stage design techniques to subtly enhance the tone or mood of a production. Fletcher also details the designer’ s written contributions to criticism and theory, including the influential volume New Theatres for Old, as well as other articles and publications. In addition to thorough examinations of several of Gorelik’ s most famous projects, Rediscovering Mordecai Gorelik contains explications of productions by such legends as John Howard Lawson, Clifford Odets, and Arthur Miller. Also included are numerous full-color and black-and-white illustrations of Gorelik’ s work, most of which have never been available to the public until now. More than simply a portrait of one man, this indispensable volume is a cultural history of American theatre as seen through the career of a visionary designer and theoretician.

✏Book Title : Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries Esther
✏Author : Linda M. Day
✏Publisher : Abingdon Press
✏Release Date : 2005-11-01
✏Pages : 100
✏ISBN : 9781426760068
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries Esther Book Summary : The Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries provide compact, critical commentaries on the books of the Old Testament for the use of theological students and pastors. The commentaries are also useful for upper-level college or university students and for those responsible for teaching in congregational settings. In addition to providing basic information and insights into the Old Testament writings, these commentaries exemplify the tasks and procedures of careful interpretation, to assist students of the Old Testament in coming to an informed and critical engagement with the biblical texts themselves. In this commentary, Day addresses both perennial and contemporary concerns pertinent to the book of Esther. Attention is given to literary, linguistic, and thematic features of the biblical text. Day considers the book of Esther with an eye to concerns of gender and ethnicity, as well as the theological concerns raised by divine absence in the story.

✏Book Title : The Typical Testimony to the Messiah Or the Analogy of the Scirptures in Relation to Typical Persons
✏Author : Micaiah HILL
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1862
✏Pages : 320
✏ISBN : BL:A0017140670
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Typical Testimony to the Messiah Or the Analogy of the Scirptures in Relation to Typical Persons Book Summary :

📒Iskandar ✍ Mike Bird

✏Book Title : Iskandar
✏Author : Mike Bird
✏Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
✏Release Date : 2013-01-09
✏Pages : 286
✏ISBN : 9781621896470
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Iskandar Book Summary : Set in the mystical kingdom of Iona, a young slave boy named Iskandar learns that he is the son of the King and Queen of Iona, once noble rulers who were seduced by the dark Lord Marduk with a promise of divine power. Iskandar discovers what happened to his family, how he was hidden from his parents by his uncle, the secret power he has that even his immortal parents are afraid of, and the obsessive determination of his elder brother Jakov to use him as an instrument of revenge. Iskandar must travel through forests filled with dangerous creatures, fight battles against impossible odds, draw on the help of a mysterious knight, and learn to use his elemental powers, all while being constantly haunted by the question of whether he really has the courage to confront and even kill the immortal king of Iona, his own father.

✏Book Title : The Sunday teachers treasury ed by W M Whittemore
✏Author : William Meynell Whittemore
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1867
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : OXFORD:555007060
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Sunday teachers treasury ed by W M Whittemore Book Summary :

📒Female Scripture Characters Exemplifying Female Virtues Tenth Edition ✍ Frances Elizabeth KING (Wife of Rev. Richard King.)

✏Book Title : Female Scripture Characters exemplifying female virtues Tenth edition
✏Author : Frances Elizabeth KING (Wife of Rev. Richard King.)
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1826
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : BL:A0019329851
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Female Scripture Characters exemplifying female virtues Tenth edition Book Summary :

📒The Mordecai Richler Papers First Accession ✍ University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division

✏Book Title : The Mordecai Richler Papers First Accession
✏Author : University of Calgary. Libraries. Special Collections Division
✏Publisher : Calgary : University of Calgary Press
✏Release Date : 1987
✏Pages : 471
✏ISBN : STANFORD:36105034305925
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Mordecai Richler Papers First Accession Book Summary : A novelist with a firmly established reputation, both nationally and internationally, Mordecai Richler has, since the mid-1950s, emerged as one of Canada's most controversial and significant writers, whether in fiction or in non-fiction. His eight novels to date, including the justly famous Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz and Joshua Then and Now, dramatize the dilemmas of various kinds of dispossessed or ghettoized individuals: the Jew, the artist/intellectual, the expatriate, the hero manque, the political and cultural victim, and his half-dozen or so books of essays convincingly expose and analyze what he sees as the major forces of hypocrisy and dishonesty in our world. Richler is an essential writer for those who would understand the existentialist nature of the isolated individual in today's world, and who appreciate a fictional craft that blends the complementary elements of realism, satire, and humour. With a perceptive introductory essay by Victor Ramraj, The Mordecai Richler Papers provides an indispensable resource for the scholar and general reader alike, for the contents of these papers - manuscript versions, correspondence with editors and publishers, memorabilia of all sorts - allow us to follow and assess the development of this important writer."