Bible Characters Vol 2 Gideon To Absalom


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Alexander Whyte's well researched collection of Bible biographies has been of indispensible use to pastors, study group leaders and students of the scriptures for over 100 years. It is the most comprehensive and most well respected source of material for understanding the characters involved in the events of the Bible ever published. This is indeed the best exposition on Biblical characters ever written! Alexander Whyte reveals insights into the lives of the people of the Bible that casual readers might never find. Then he powerfully applies truths revealed in such a way that the reader is left spiritually convicted and seeking God's mercy. Volume two contains character studies on the following people: XXVII. GIDEON XXVIII. JEPHTHAH AND HIS DAUGHTER XXIX. SAMSON XXX. RUTH XXXI. HANNAH XXXII. ELI XXXIII. SAMUEL XXXIV. SAUL XXXV. DAVID—IN HIS VIRTUES XXXVI. DAVID—IN HIS VICES XXXVII. DAVID—IN HIS GRACES XXXVIII. DAVID—IN HIS SERVICES XXXIX. JONATHAN XL. NABAL XLI. MICHAL, SAUL'S DAUGHTER XLII. SOLOMON XLIII. SOLOMON, AND A GREATER THAN SOLOMON XLIV. THE QUEEN OF SHEBA XLV. SHIMEI XLVI. JOAB XLVII. ABSALOM Through the scriptures you meet the people of the Bible. But through Alexander Whyte you will come to know them better. Next to the Bible, you will find Bible Characters the greatest help in understanding the men and women in God's Word. Whyte writes brief biographies faithful to the Biblical text. Without stretching the truth, he stretches our minds to embrace the character of the individuals revealed there. He is never superficial. He writes like a modern newspaperman in terms of human interest and deep insight. It's just as though he had interviewed an individual and returned to the newspaper office to write up the feature! The reader of these works will not be disappointed as they will walk away with a deeper and greater understanding of those men and women God used in his Word as examples for us all.

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Cyclopaedia Bibliographica


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Author by James Darling
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Concise Answers To The Four Thousand Scripture Questions Of The Illustrated Pocket Bible For The Use Of Parents And Teachers


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Diary Of Gideon Welles Volumes I Ii Expanded


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Abraham Lincoln brought together one of the most remarkable Cabinet's in presidential history. Among them was Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy under Lincoln and his successor, Andrew Johnson. Welles describes his role and that of many other prominent men of his day in this fascinating chronicle of the American Civil War and its aftermath. You'll get an inside view of the machinations within and around Lincoln's administration, along with personal anecdotes. Welles brilliantly took a Navy Department in disarray and forged it into a formidable instrument of Union power. He was instrumental in helping to win the war. Long used as a primary source for Lincoln scholars, you can now read Gideon Welles wonderful diaries on your Kindle, well-formatted for a superior reading experience. Every memoir of the American Civil War provides us with another view of the catastrophe that changed the country forever. For the first time, this long out-of-print volume is available as an affordable, well-formatted book for e-readers and smartphones. Be sure to LOOK INSIDE by clicking the cover above or download a sample.

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Saving Gideon


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A disillusioned Dallas socialite breaks down on the outskirts of an Amish community and begins to find herself thanks to the widowed young man who rescued her but has lost his own faith in God.

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Author by Amy Lillard
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Keeping Gideon


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It is 1943 in Tuscany, and Daniel Gideon, noted physician and international pacifist, kisses his wife Paola goodbye and heads off for his day in wartime Italy. On his way home, Gideon is intercepted by antifascist partisans and spared the fate that has befallen Paola and the rest of his family. The tragic events have been instigated by a bitter betrayal, and he must unwillingly live on the run with the partisans who saved him. Pacifist Gideon struggles as his deepest convictions are challenged, and as he pieces together the events that led to his family's tragedy, he must grapple with grief, rage, and a desire for revenge. After his death many years later, Gideon's story is discovered in a box of papers uncovered in a basement in Italy, and his estranged daughter Victoria is invited to Italy to attend a ceremony in Gideon's honor. During her stay, Victoria reads the papers and uncovers astonishing revelations about Gideon, her place in his heart and the betrayals to which he and Paola fell victim. And she is forced to contend with those who want a different version of history to prevail. By the end of her soul-searching journey, Victoria must decide whether she can honor her father's principles and legacy and still be true to herself.

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Author by Richard Sheres
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The History Of Hancock New Hampshire 1764 1889


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Author by William Willis Hayward
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Gideon S People 2 Volume Set


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Gideon’s People is the story of an American Indian community in the Housatonic Valley of northwestern Connecticut. It is based on some three decades of nearly uninterrupted German-language diaries and allied records kept by the Moravian missionaries who had joined the Indians at a place called Pachgatgoch, later Schaghticoke. It is supplemented by colonial records and regional political, social, and religious histories and ethnographies. As such, it represents the only comprehensive, thoroughly contextualized description of a Native people in southern New England and adjacent eastern New York for the mid-eighteenth century. The Moravians’ diaries report on the day-to-day activities in the community, including house-building, the production of material goods, hunting, fishing, and farming. We are told of marriages, births, deaths, disease, and the calamity of alcohol abuse. The unavoidable interactions with surrounding Indians and close-by colonial farmers and townspeople are offered in detail, along with the sometimes contentious relations with local and colonial authorities. And there is the omnipresence of the missionaries’ religious message to the Indians, frequently accepted and then tested by the inevitable temptations and, more than once, spurned. But we also learn of the struggles of the Moravians to feed and clothe themselves at a distance from their congregation in Bethlehem and their endeavors, often marked by conflict and deep personal pain, to lead their Native flock to the Lamb.

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Author by Corinna Dally-Starna
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The Illustrated Pocket Bible With Explanatory Questions For The Use Of The Young With Engravings And Maps


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The Scriptures Made Easy Being A New And Complete History Of The Holy Bible By Question And Answer Etc


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Author by George REEVES
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ISBN Number BL:A0019619572