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A Place For Elijah

Author : Kelly Easton Ruben
ISBN : 9781512486780
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Kar-Ben Read-Aloud eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and text highlighting to bring eBooks to life! As Sarah's family prepares for Passover, Sarah makes sure to save a chair at the table for the prophet Elijah who is said to visit every seder. But when the electricity goes out in the buildings across the street and the neighbors start arriving at Sarah's apartment, her parents invite each visitor to join the seder. Sarah adds another place setting for Elijah, and then another, but soon the table is full with people from her neighborhood and there are no more chairs to spare! How can Sarah honor the Passover tradition of saving a place for Elijah?

Preparing Your Heart For Passover

Author : Kerry M. Olitzky
ISBN : 0827607059
Genre : Religion
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A guide through the preparations for Passover, defining the observance not only as a religious and social ritual but also a spiritual jorney, one that is repeated and refined through the course of our lives.

A Place On The Corner Second Edition

Author : Elijah Anderson
ISBN : 0226019594
Genre : Social Science
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This paperback edition of A Place on the Corner marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of Elijah Anderson's sociological classic, a study of street corner life at a local barroom/liquor store located in the ghetto on Chicago's South Side. Anderson returned night after night, month after month, to gain a deeper understanding of the people he met, vividly depicting how they created—and recreated—their local stratification system. In addition, Anderson introduces key sociological concepts, including "the extended primary group" and "being down." The new preface and appendix in this edition expand on Anderson's original work, telling the intriguing story of how he went about his field work among the men who frequented Jelly's corner.


Author : Hamilton Smith
ISBN : 9780901860682
Genre : Religion
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Hamilton Smith (1862-1943), born in Barnes, Surrey, the son of a sea captain, was employed in the office of his uncle's building firm, where he was later joined by his cousin F B Hole. By 1901, married and living in Sutton, Surrey, with his wife and young family, he had retired from the building trade and entered full-time upon the task of building up the church of God. Later in life, he moved to Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, his wife Rachel's home county. His personal ministry was delivered in the United Kingdom, but his written ministry continues to be read worldwide. Along with H P Barker, A J Pollock, J T Mawson and F B Hole he frequently contributed articles to "Scripture Truth" magazine, which often provided the basis for books later published by the Central Bible Truth Depot. Hamilton Smith's written expositions of the Scriptures are brief, clear and very much to the point. This volume is one of a series of Old Testament character studies for which he is probably best known. It traces the major events of the life of Elijah, with all the highs and lows in his work as a prophet. He knew only too well the inadequacies of his own humanity. But Elijah knew the living God, was conscious of His presence, and was aware that prayer brought him into contact with the greatest power in the universe. By experience, he comes to understand that the God of creation, power and judgment, is supremely the God of grace. At each step, the author presents clear, practical lessons for Christians today as they too seek to present God's word with authority to an indifferent or antgonistic world.

The Educational Philosophy Of Elijah Muhammad

Author : Abul Pitre
ISBN : 0761836845
Genre : Education
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This work is the first to examine the educational philosophy of Elijah Muhammad, the founder of the Nation of Islam and a pivotal leader in America's history. This timely book outlines Elijah Muhammad's educational ideas in relation to critical pedagogy, multicultural education, and critical white studies, a branch of "critical race theory"- which is a scholarly theory popularized in the mid-1970s and reaches across disciplines to explore the relationship among race, the justice system, and society. In this seminal work, Professor Pitre introduces several key components of Elijah Muhammad's educational philosophy, such as the knowledge of self; the purpose of education; education for a new world; and the role of teachers. Professor Pitre's presentation of these facets of Elijah Muhammad's philosophy is used as the basis for the development of a new educational paradigm that is universal in scope. This is a must-read book for those dedicated to creating a new paradigm that can transform individuals, schools, societies, and the world.

Elijah And The Elephant

Author : Sheila Riedl
ISBN : 9781469128771
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Elijah and the Elephant is a dream I had one night. It was a fun movie my mind played as I was sleeping. When I woke up the next morning, I could not stop thinking about the dream. I had prayed the night before for God to give me a new project to work on. I decided writing this book must be the project. I began to write down as much of the dream as I could remember. When my kids asked me what I was doing, I told them. They asked me to tell them the story. They liked it and wanted me to finish the story. My husband and kids encouraged me to turn the story into a book to share with others. I hope others will enjoy this fun story. It is a story about a adventurous young girl, friendship, and helping others.


Author : Susan Martins Miller
ISBN : 9781628362633
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Looking for exciting Bible storybooks for 8–12 year olds? Check out Barbour’s Young Readers’ Christian Library for the stories of David, Elijah, Samson, and Mary, mother of Jesus. Carefully retold for kids, each book is illustrated with line art to help readers envision the characters and setting of the story. In Elijah, young readers will get to know the powerful prophet, the victor of Mount Carmel who was taken to heaven in a whirlwind, learning lessons of faith that will benefit their lives today. And a special “secret code” feature adds fun to the whole package, as readers can discover an encouraging secret message woven throughout the entire book.

Elijah Prophet Of Carmel

Author : Jane Ackerman
ISBN : 9780935216301
Genre : Religion
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Members of the three monotheistic faiths have always told stories of what the prophet Elijah has done and is still expected to do in sacred history. He is perhaps most appreciated by members of the Carmelite Order, known for its contemplative and pastoral orientation. Elijah is considered their legendary founder and traditional patron. Carmelites rank him as one of their greatest spiritual models. Their coat of arms displays his flaming sword, Mount Carmel, and Elijah's proclamation, "With zeal I have been zealous for the Lord God of Hosts." This book inquires into this deep appreciation. It examines the linkage between the Order and the prophet over time. More Information Beginning with the oldest knowledge we have about Elijah, coming from Scripture, Elijah Prophet of Carmel briefly sketches his role in the three faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It then turns to what the distant, but influential, Christian antecedents of the Carmelite Order, the desert hermits and the early Fathers, wrote about the zealous man of God. As the Carmelite Order was founded, achieved its corporate identity, and changed over time, so did its views of its legendary model. Interaction between storytelling about Elijah and Carmelites' understanding of themselves continues even to the present. As thoughts from the past about the prophet continue to influence them, both Teresian Carmelites and Carmelites of the Ancient Observance of our times are developing a brand-new tradition of him, the tradition of Elijah's double charism.

The Elijah Generation

Author : Wade McHargue
ISBN : 9781622872893
Genre : Religion
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In an age of decadence, degradation and despair, God is calling forth an Elijah Generation! Are you going to be a part of it? "The Elijah Generation" is an opportunity for men to take a good, hard, honest look at their lives in light of the standard of God's Word. Based on years of study and prayer into the lives of Elijah and John the Baptist, this book draws attention to 30 godly attributes to pray into your life. It is written to be practical. After applying the truths presented, are you ready to accept "The Proposal" at the end of the book? It's time to lose our lives for Jesus' sake, that we can truly find them. It's time to see, "What would happen if I gave myself completely over to God?" It's time Jesus receives all we can offer for the praise of His glory as we live in light of eternity. Author Bio: Wade McHargue graduated summa cum laude from Moody Bible Institute with a BA in International Ministries. He has been in full time ministry as a youth pastor, inner city pastor, and a missionary to West Africa. God has placed a great burden on his heart for men to rise up and live their lives fully for the glory of God. He and his wife Katie have 3 children; Abigail, Caleb and Josiah. keywords: Elijah, Discipleship, Return Of Jesus, Jesus Return, Christian Book, Mens Ministry, Men's Ministry, Christian Ebook, Disciple, Better Life, Life Of Men

Waiting For Elijah

Author : Gari-Anne Patzwald
ISBN : 1572332093
Genre : Religion
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"The church originated in the itinerant ministry of a Civil War veteran named L. T. Nichols, whose controversial preaching led to his being shot and wounded. Originally known as the Christian Brethren, Nichols and his followers relocated from Oregon to the Midwest in 1883 and some years later embarked on an evangelistic ministry that entailed traveling up and down the Mississippi River system on a large steamboat. In 1904, the group moved to its present home of Rochester, New York, from which its missionaries traveled throughout the United States and Canada. They took the name "Megiddo" from a strategically located city in ancient Israel, which to them signified a place where soldiers of God gathered to renew their strength and courage."--BOOK JACKET.

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