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Now you can have a perfect round of golf, anytime you wish! Pictures from real courses are in a drawing format that can be colored with pencils, crayons, markers, paint, or whatever strikes your creative heart! And the action of coloring is almost as relaxing and rewarding as a stroll down the fairway after a well hit drive. Color, Relax, and Enjoy!
This NOW and THEN story takes the reader through the adventures of Emily in 2014 who tries to solve the mystery of the World's Fair Gold Medal she finds, and the adventures of Anna who wants desperately to attend the 1904 Fair even though her parents say "no." The World's Fair comes alive for Emily as she visits the St. Louis sites relating to the 1904 event, but Anna's hopes to ride the giant Wheel at the Fair die when her plans fail. The reader sees how the girls' stories parallel and come together in a surprise, happy ending.
The living God: unique, all-powerful, Creator of all things; a God to be known, personally and intimately; dynamic, active today in human affairs. This book is not an academic study of what the church has taught, or what scholars have said, but rather a challenging study of what the Bible itself says about God. In The Living God, author R. T. France encourages us to come to grips with the broad sweep of biblical data, showing us that the God of the Bible is neither passive nor far removed from our everyday lives, but rather a dynamic and living reality to be engaged. "This book is a gem! It is well written, it is pulsating with life, it is full of vital truths. A book about the doctrine of God, but written in a modern style, with a light touch, yet without avoiding the deep issues involved...first-class material." -Christian Weekly Newspapers R. T. France has taught at London Bible College and was principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, from 1989 to 1995. He has published scholarly commentaries on Matthew, Mark and Hebrews, and is also the author of Jesus the Radical, The Evidence for Jesus, and Jesus and the Old Testament.
'Is there no way of satisfying these poor things?' she thought. And then one night an idea occurred to her. 'Oh, yes, of course! It has been tried before; but I will manage better than the rest, with their old Fountain of Youth, which, after all, only made people young again. I will enchant the spring that bubbles up in the middle of the orchard, and the children that drink of it shall at once become grown men and women, and the old people return to the days of their childhood.' And without stopping to consult one single other fairy, who might have given her good advice, off rushed Dindonette, to cast her spell over the fountain.
The Gospel of John: Text and Topics is a Biblical workbook with commentary that combines textual and topical lessons to help the student understand both the words and the larger themes of the gospel. The textual lessons have symbols in the margin that point out the themes that have their own topical lessons. The questions at the end of the lessons include two research questions that require the student to dig deeper into the text of the Bible. The workbook is written with only the Bible text in view; the author has tried to avoid any teaching or viewpoint that does not come from the Bible itself. Occasionally, common teachings that do not harmonize with the Bible will be discussed. The workbook is also available in a color version.
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