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📒People Of The Great Journey ✍ O.R. Melling
✏People of the Great Journey Book Summary : Olwen Mellory is called away from her life as a writer of fairy tales to take part in a week-long retreat on a remote Scottish island. 'The Great Journey' promises to be full of magical wisdom and visionary experiences. It's an invitation she can't resist. But within hours of arriving at the imposing Dunesfort House and meeting her companions in the circle, Olwen's adventure takes an unexpected turn. Before long, her daytime explorations of mystical practices are paired with night-time dreams and phantasms that blur the line between the real and the imaginary. As the enigmatic but vaguely sinister course director asserts his authority in a bid to create an act of modern alchemy, Olwen begins to wonder in whom she can trust. After a shocking event in the circle Olwen flees across the moors to the Callanish Stones, only to find herself caught in an ancient moon rite. Will this final calling free her from her personal demons forever, or will it be the beginning of a new nightmare?
📒The Great Journey ✍ Brian M. Fagan
✏The Great Journey Book Summary : by Brian M Fagan First published in 1987, Brian Fagan's classic account of the first population of North America has been reprinted with a new chapter that includes recent archaeological and scientific discoveries as well as controversies. Supported throughout with reconstruction drawings and illustrations of artefacts, places and past archaeologists, the accessible study discusses the evolution of man in Europe and, especially, Siberia and the chronology of the exodus across the Bering Strait. Fagan examines the environment that would have faced the first settlers, the flora and fauna, particularly the bison, and their tools. Finally, Fagan considers the population of the far north, culminating in the spread of the Vikings.
📒The Great Journey ✍ Bonnie Gulan
✏The Great Journey Book Summary : Think! In Mark 12:24 Jesus said, "Are you not therefore deceived, not being acquainted with the Scriptures nor yet the Power of God?" Be knowing, the Scriptures are the Word - the complete expression of God's Thought and contain the Power of God's Thought. The Bible on the other hand is but the letter, men's letters, men's interpretations of the Scriptures and contain not the Power of God's Word but contain only the force of men's reasoning, men's intellect. One could say that the Bible is but the survey for the Scripture Digs. The Great Journey in Pursuit of Jesus' Way, Truth & Life is my personal daily journal during the years of 1998 and 1999. Everything I write is hand written so great care was taken in transcribing my written journal into this format. By great care I mean transcribing word for word along with their misspellings and errors so that it would allow you the reader to travel with me every day. In this journal I share what I took notice of and took notes on during my journey. Some things I perceived during this journey gave me new questions to question as well as answers to questions that I have repeatedly asked myself over many years. Travel with me through my 1998-1999 journal as we embark on this Great Journey in pursuit of Jesus' Way, Truth and Life.
📒The Great Journey ✍ Jeffrey J. Richards
✏The Great Journey Book Summary : Childhood friends, Angus Clark and Thomas Jackson, reunite after three decades of separation. Except this time they are not children on a little league baseball team but are the creators of a national movement, attempting to bring an end to racism in America.
✏Author : John Ross MacDuff
✏Release Date : 1850
✏ISBN : OXFORD:600089054
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The great journey a pilgrimage through the valley of tears to mount Zion or The broad way which leadeth to destruction and the narrow way which leadeth unto life by J R MacDuff Book Summary :
📒The Great Journey ✍ Liz Larson
✏The Great Journey Book Summary : Two animal friends leave the safety of their petting zoo home in search of adventure...but what they end up discovering is a new appreciation for each other. Freddy is a young white-tailed deer who lives with Pele, a young Shetland pony, in a California petting zoo. Their curiosity about the outside world leads them on a great adventure that teaches them no matter how different they may be, they can always count on each other! Fun animal facts along with valuable life lessons await children in The Great Journey. Elizabeth Larson works as a supervisor for an early intervention and behavior modification program for infants and toddlers with Autism or developmental delay. She is working on more children's books for toddlers and children.
📒The Great Journey A Story Of Lorolaen An Allegory ✍ Elizabeth Billingsley
✏The Great Journey A Story of Lorolaen an Allegory Book Summary : The kings of men found friendship in King Rapha and Prince Rohan, although they did not know from where the king and the prince came. The kingdom of Hevania was their ever-present help and friend for many long years. Yet within Hevania and the palace of King Rapha himself, a dark shadow began to grow, a shadow banished to the Dark Forest beyond the Mountains of Wise. The dark shadow waited in silence. At the right time, this shadow would come to the kingdom of Lorolaen, for the king and the people of Lorolaen had forsaken the council of King Rapha and Prince Rohan. This is the story of that tragic time. This is a story of lost things found again. This is a story about a King, a Beast, and the power of redemptive faith and love.
📒The Great Journey A Kingdom Divided ✍ Andrea Rose
✏The Great Journey A Kingdom Divided Book Summary : Victoria is the princess and only daughter to the King of Hemlock. Unfortunately, the Kingdom of Hemlock is not in a time of peace. Rebels threaten to take over the throne and Victoria's many brothers are slowly being lost to the war. She sets off in the hopes of finding her oldest brother, who must take his rightful place as king. Will Victoria find her oldest brother or will the rebels stop her first?
📒The Pilgrimage ✍ Ayodele Ajileye
✏The Pilgrimage Book Summary : Whenever we hear the word Pilgrimage in religious settings, the first thing that comes to mind is a trip to the 'holy' land by the name of Jerusalem for Christians or Mecca for Muslims or other such places for other religions. Let me say this upfront: "I'm not really interested in religious discussions, so you know that I'm not about to spend time discussing trips to 'holy' lands. True, pilgrimage is a journey, and whenever we hear the word "Journey" from a preacher or when it is read in a book, we tend to convert it straight away to mean the religious pilgrimage. Many have even term it to be what Jesus was talking about when he said that the road is narrow in Matthew 7:13-14. And because we have misinterpreted the journey, too many of us (children of God) go through the 'journey' wrongly. This journey has led to the frustration of many and they are still bringing many more people into frustration. God can't get it wrong, He said His people are destroyed, frustrated, deceived, and duped because they lack knowledge. This book reveals what pilgrimage really is and how to go through it in God's way, and how to enjoy every step of the journey.
📒The Greater Journey ✍ David McCullough
✏The Greater Journey Book Summary : The #1 bestseller that tells the remarkable story of the generations of American artists, writers, and doctors who traveled to Paris, the intellectual, scientific, and artistic capital of the western world, fell in love with the city and its people, and changed America through what they learned, told by America’s master historian, David McCullough. Not all pioneers went west. In The Greater Journey, David McCullough tells the enthralling, inspiring—and until now, untold—story of the adventurous American artists, writers, doctors, politicians, and others who set off for Paris in the years between 1830 and 1900, hungry to learn and to excel in their work. What they achieved would profoundly alter American history. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female doctor in America, was one of this intrepid band. Another was Charles Sumner, whose encounters with black students at the Sorbonne inspired him to become the most powerful voice for abolition in the US Senate. Friends James Fenimore Cooper and Samuel F. B. Morse worked unrelentingly every day in Paris, Morse not only painting what would be his masterpiece, but also bringing home his momentous idea for the telegraph. Harriet Beecher Stowe traveled to Paris to escape the controversy generated by her book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Three of the greatest American artists ever—sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, painters Mary Cassatt and John Singer Sargent—flourished in Paris, inspired by French masters. Almost forgotten today, the heroic American ambassador Elihu Washburne bravely remained at his post through the Franco-Prussian War, the long Siege of Paris, and the nightmare of the Commune. His vivid diary account of the starvation and suffering endured by the people of Paris is published here for the first time. Telling their stories with power and intimacy, McCullough brings us into the lives of remarkable men and women who, in Saint-Gaudens’ phrase, longed “to soar into the blue.