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The Light from Zion

This is the world's first book of Torah written by Orthodox rabbis especially (but not exclusively) with pro-Israel Christians in mind!

Author : Britt Lode

Release : 2017-01-01

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ISBN : 9789652298133

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Today there are many people among the nations of the world who are drawn to the Jewish people and desire the sweetness of the Torah and its teachings. It has been difficult for non-Jewish people to find such teachings -- until now. This ground-breaking book offers a collection of essays on the weekly Torah portions and the holidays from twelve leading rabbis of Israel, written specifically to address the interests of a Christian audience. This is the worlds first book of Torah written by Orthodox rabbis especially (but not exclusively) with pro-Israel Christians in mind! These Orthodox rabbis are enabling the fulfillment of the words of Zechariah 8:23: In those days it will happen that ten men, of all the [different] languages of the nations, will take hold, they will take hold of the corner of the garment of a Jewish man, saying, Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you!

A Light in Zion

The young, struggling Jewish nation of Israel fights to survive as the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem is being starved into submission and Haganah leader Moshe Sachar and his men fight to capture the Pass of Bab el Wad to allow the Jewish ...

Author : Bodie Thoene

Release : 2006

Publisher : Zion Chronicles (Paperback)

ISBN : 9781414301051

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The young, struggling Jewish nation of Israel fights to survive as the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem is being starved into submission and Haganah leader Moshe Sachar and his men fight to capture the Pass of Bab el Wad to allow the Jewish Agency's food convoy to get through.

Light in the Midst of Zion

Author : France Davis

Release : 1997

Publisher : Empire Pub

ISBN : 9780965653213

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Zion's Works

Author : John Ward

Release : 1902

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A Different Light

Pluralistic perspectives on the Festival of lights and profiles in modern Jewish courage.

Author : Noam Zion

Release : 2000

Publisher : Devora Publishing

ISBN : 1930143370

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Pluralistic perspectives on the Festival of lights and profiles in modern Jewish courage.

The Preacher's Notebook on Isaiah

Exegetical notes : This chapter begins a new section that is often called Those
upon whom the light has shined must reflect that the " glory of the redeemed Zion
. ” Zion is to arise and light to the rest of the world . The light of Zion is God shine ...

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Publisher : Pelican Publishing

ISBN : 9781455610662

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This guide is an excellent resource for pastors to research, organize, and plan powerful and effective sermons based on the words of Isaiah, the prince of prophets. The Book of Isaiah is one of the most revered prophetic works of the Old Testament. Perhaps even more important to the pastor is the fact that it supplies a wealth of textual material for sermons and talks. The text of the Book of Isaiah is divided into short sermon-passages of several verses, each of which is methodically broken down in a Sermon Work Sheet. The Work Sheets, which are intended to help the pastor plan and begin his own research, include the following key points : � Theme: subject of thesermon � Title: popularized version of the theme � Objective: reason or motive for sermon � Proposition: sermon compressed into a simple, declarative sentence � Exegetical Notes: historical and technical background information on the passage � Introduction: opening remarks to preface the sermon � Outlines: general organizational suggestions for the sermon Any person, preacher or not, interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Book of Isaiah will find The Preacher�s Notebook on Isaiah an excellent help.

Red Light Women of the Rocky Mountains

McCormick, “Red Lights in Zion,” 177; Schindler, “The Oldest Profession's Sordid
Past in Utah”; Hyat, “Scholar.” 56. Schindler, “The Oldest Profession's Sordid Past
in Utah.” 57. Balls, “History of the Stockade and Salt Lake's Red Light District”; ...

Author : Jan MacKell

Release : 2011-10-12

Publisher : UNM Press

ISBN : 082634612X

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Throughout the development of the American West, prostitution grew and flourished within the mining camps, small towns, and cities of the nineteenth-century Rocky Mountains. Whether escaping a bad home life, lured by false advertising, or seeking to subsidize their income, thousands of women chose or were forced to enter an industry where they faced segregation and persecution, fines and jailing, and battled the hazards of disease, drug addiction, physical abuse, pregnancy, and abortion. They dreamed of escape through marriage or retirement, but more often found relief only in death. An integral part of western history, the stories of these women continue to fascinate readers and captivate the minds of historians today. Expanding on the research she did for Brothels, Bordellos, and Bad Girls (UNM Press), historian Jan MacKell moves beyond the mining towns of Colorado to explore the history of prostitution in the Rocky Mountain states of Arizona, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Each state had its share of working girls and madams like Big Nose Kate or Calamity Jane who remain celebrities in the annals of history, but MacKell also includes the stories of lesser-known women whose role in this illicit trade nonetheless shaped our understanding of the American West.

The Apocalypse Of Baruch And The Assumption Of Moses

But do thou remain here amid the desolation of Zion, and I will show to thee after
these days what will befall at the end of ... thou, O moon, extinguish the multitude
of thy light; For why should light rise again Where the light of Zion is darkened ?

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Release : 2006-02-01

Publisher : Weiser Books

ISBN : 1609254724

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It is no longer news that the texts that became the official Bible excluded apocryphal books, in many cases because they didn't serve the worldview of the ruling classes. Early in the 20th century, R.H. Charles translated and edited a series of these texts. In 2003, we published The Book of Enoch, apocrypha describing the hierarchy of angels and demons. Now we are pleased to publish this significant end-times text. Writing at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 ad, Baruch converses directly with God in a series of visions. The fall of Jerusalem is given as part of a larger end-of-the-world scenario. Baruch then receives prophecy: periods of light and darkness shall come, symbolized by rains bright and black, corresponding to alternating times when humanity lives in peace and harmony, then dark periods when evil reigns. Of particular note is the apocalypse when the Messiah appears again on earth. This alternate tale of the apocalypse inspires hope -- evil is punished, condemned to hell and cast off the earth, while those "left behind" are actually the righteous who will enjoy, literally, heaven on earth. Obviously a differing view from the currently in-vogue idea of "rapture." Also included in this edition is "The Assumption of Moses," an apocryphal fragment noted to have influenced other descriptions of the apocalypse included in the Bible. "For at the heights of the world they shall dwell, And they shall be made like unto the angels, And be made equal to the stars, And they shall be changed into every form they desire, From beauty into loveliness, And from that light into the splendour of glory."

The Apocalypse in the Light of the Temple

Chapter 5 The New Temple of God on Mt. Zion The three remaining visions in
this part of the prophecy ( Ap 14,1-5 ; 14,14–20 ; 15,2–4 ) are so closely
interrelated that they must be considered together . The first of these visions
reveals the ...

Author : John Ben-Daniel

Release : 2003

Publisher : Beit Yochanan Jerusalem

ISBN : 9789655551341

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Isaiah, a Commentary

Zion's light will be seen by all who do not close their eyes to it.206 II. Zion's
Attraction (60:3-5a) A. Gentiles Come to Zion (60:3) And Gentiles will walk to your
light, and kings to your brightness of your rising. Some Gentiles will be attracted
by ...

Author : James E. Smith, Ph.D.

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Paul and The Restoration of Humanity in Light of Ancient Jewish Traditions

The prophet opens with his programmatic injunction, and sketches a portrait of
the paradigm for God's people by way of God's address to Zion's disfranchised (
56:1–8). By contrast, postexilic Israel's rebellion and unfaithfulness call upon
them ...

Author : Aaron Sherwood

Release : 2012-10-12

Publisher : BRILL

ISBN : 9004235434

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In Paul and The Restoration of Humanity in Light of Ancient Jewish Traditions, Aaron Sherwood questions the assumption of universalism in Pauline thought, demonstrating that relevant Pauline traditions depict a particularly Israelite restoration of humanity that perhaps plays a generative role in Paul’s theology, mission, and apostolic self-identity.

I Am Zion

God loves all nations and desires them to come to the light. Zion had to arise and
shine. This is what happens when you arise and shine. Those in darkness see
and come to you. This is your calling. You are Zion. THE GLORY INCREASES ...

Author : John Eckhardt

Release : 2020-01-07

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ISBN : 1629996211

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Bestselling author Eckhardt gives a fresh revelation of Christians' identity as "Zion," the place in which God dwells. In applying the characteristics and blessings in Isaiah 60, this book will teach readers how to access the hidden benefits of Zion, expand to new levels of faith that release blessing, healing, deliverance, promotion, and increase, and enter into the glory of God through the gateway of worship.

The Spiritual Magazine, and Zion's Casket

THE SPIRITUAL MAGAZINE , AND ZION ' S CASKET . ... A spirinant , and imparts
all the benefits to tual and divine life and light is given poor , lost man , freely by
his grace , in an eminent and more than ordiindependent of any act of the crea ...

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Release : 1840

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Honey for a Teen's Heart

... 2 1 6 Life, the Universe and Everything 242 Light Beyond the Forest, 203 Light
in the Window, 202 Light in Zion, The, 216 Light Princess, The, 272 Lion, the
Witch and the Wardrobe, The, 62, 93 Little Women, 1 19 Long Walk: The True
Story ...

Author : Gladys Hunt

Release : 2010-06-01

Publisher : Zondervan

ISBN : 0310872650

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Help Your Teen Catch the Lifelong Reading Bug.Honey for a Teen’s Heart spells out how good books can help you and your teenager communicate heart-to-heart about ideas, values, and the various issues of a Christian worldview. Sharing the adventure of a book lets both of you know the same people, see the same sights, face the same choices, and feel the same emotions. Life spills out of books--giving you plenty to talk about! But Honey for a Teen’s Heart will do more than strengthen the bonds between you and your son or daughter. You’ll also learn how to help your teen catch the reading habit and become a lover of good books. Gladys Hunt’s insights on how to read a book, what to look for in a book, and how to question what you read will challenge you and your teenager alike. It’s training for life! And it’s fabulous preparation for teens entering college. Including an annotated list of over four hundred books, Honey for a Teen’s Heart gives you expert guidance on the very best books for teens.

The Apocalypse of Baruch

not again be made therefrom in Zion, nor will first-fruits again be offered. 11. And
do ye, O heavens, withhold your dew, and open not the treasuries of rain. 12. And
do thou, 0 sun, withhold the light of thy rays ; and do thou, O moon, extinguish ...

Author : R. H. Charles

Release : 2006

Publisher : Book Tree

ISBN : 1585092592

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An important religious text that was not included in the Bible. Was written in the first person, by Baruch, who describes his experiences both before and after the destruction of Jerusalem in approximately 67 AD. A fascinating work because we know the original historical setting that it was written in. More importantly, this rare book is a compilation of prophecies and revelations which have been surprising accurate in light of modern history. After World Wars I and II the prophecies recorded by Baruch became clarified. Therefore, although Charles reflects skepticism of Baruch in some cases, it may no longer be warranted in light of these newer events. It is left to the reader to explore the value of these prophecies. An extensive Index lists all other known scriptures that are directly connected to or closely parallel the text. This work is an important addition for anyone involved in a serious study of religions and apocryphal texts.

From Anger to Zion

Whether the mountain is Mount Horeb or Calvary, whether we are bathed in light
or hanging on the cross, God is there. The moments in light prepare us for the
moments in darkness; the moments of darkness become bear- able because of
the ...

Author : Porter Taylor

Release : 2004-08-01

Publisher : Church Publishing, Inc.

ISBN : 0819221112

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Reflections on Scripture and associated theological/spiritual words.


He stood on Mount Zion at a muchfarther distance. As the gigantic floodlights
proceeded to shine forthout of the Lamb reaching all the way where I was. The
brighter white light entirely saturated my being with such exceptional love and
warmth ...

Author : Debra Yarbrough Roberts

Release : 2014-07-01

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1499016891

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Prophetess Debra J. Yarbrough was prophesized to by her former Pastor that God was preparing her for translation. So there present in her Church were many eyewitnesses, when sudden death came She Departed Earth and Translated Home. It was revealed to Debra that she was not to fear death. There she was soul flying being escorted by two Angelic Angels, Michael and Gabriel. Michael the Arch Angel spoke fiercely fear not for we have been sent from the presence of God to escort you safely into heavenly frontiers... There prophetess, Debra, was dropped-off on Top of Mount Zion where she stood in the brightest of light, that shone out from the figurative inanimate holy Lamb. Why! She was saturated with liquid love pouring out of her very being. As they continued in joint venture strolling down into the grassy green meadows where she discovered paradisiacal sightings of splendor, and beauty, beyond any sense of an imagination. There she spent forty minutes observing many profound mysteries finally being unveiled. Then afterwards the guided tour finished. The holy lamb flew her swiftly away into the vast realms of the Universe... And there she was shown a worldwide ministry and a greater ingathering of harvest. Finally her departure came, flying back to the holy Mount. Surprisingly! The holy Lamb said,” Debra you must go back to earth. Then tears began falling from her eyelids like heavy rain drops. Her heart filled with disparity. The lamb’s passion quickly comforted.” My daughter you are given to know the mysteries of the kingdom. Therefore, the things that you have seen and heard write in a book. Tell my people that I love them and I have not forgotten them days without numbers. When you see all these events began culminating LOOK UP! My dissension is drawing near. My daughter, the greater cloud of witness have been waiting with great anticipation for this phenomenal event to finally take precedence. I am coming back for my Bride who has adorned herself in fine white linen unlike the spotted polka dots. But garments that have remained unspotted from this present day World. Halleluiah! Selah, ponder on these occurring events of time and be ready for soul shifting. Therefore, prepare for your heavenly father has kept it a guarded secret he only knows the hour of his Son Yahushua’s return.

Little Zion

I just felt so light. I just felt so good. I was screaming and hollering. It's a feeling
that you could never forget if you once had it. It's an experience that you would
never forget. —Mrs. Mary Constantine In this chapter the exploration of Little
Zion's ...

Author : Shelly O'Foran

Release : 2009-01-05

Publisher : Univ of North Carolina Press

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The arson attacks in early 2006 on a number of small Baptist churches in rural Alabama recalled the rash of burnings at dozens of predominantly black houses of worship in the South during the mid-1990s. One of the churches struck by probable arson in 1996 was Little Zion Baptist Church in Boligee, Alabama. This book draws on the voices and memories of church members to share a previously undocumented history of Little Zion, from its beginnings as a brush arbor around the time of emancipation, to its key role in the civil rights movement, to its burning and rebuilding with the help of volunteers from around the world. Folklorist Shelly O'Foran, a Quaker who went to Boligee as a volunteer in the church rebuilding effort, describes Little Zion as always having been much more than the building itself. She shows how the spiritual and social traditions that the residents of Boligee practice and teach their children have assured the continued vitality of the church and community. Through thoughtful fieldwork and presentation, Little Zion also explores the power of oral narrative to promote understanding between those inside and outside the church community. Illustrated with historical and contemporary photographs, this volume is both a celebration of Little Zion's history and an invitation to share in its long life story.

Light on the grave, by the author of 'Emblems of Jesus' [signed P.G.].

We've no abiding city here : We seek a city out of sight ; Zion , its name , the Lord
is there , It shines with everlasting light ! Zion ! Jehovah is her strength : Secure ,
she smiles at all her foes ; And weary travellers at length Within her sacred walls

Author : P. G.

Release : 1865

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