Every Hidden Thing

In the late nineteenth century, a budding romance develops between Rachel and Samuel, two teenagers from rival families of fossil hunters heading out to the badlands in seach of a rare dinosaur skeleton.

Author: Kenneth Oppel

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781481464178

Category: Young Adult Fiction

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In the late nineteenth century, a budding romance develops between Rachel and Samuel, two teenagers from rival families of fossil hunters heading out to the badlands in seach of a rare dinosaur skeleton.

All Things Hidden

Explain what you think Ecclesiastes 12:14 means: “For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil.” Does God judge a believer's sin differently than an unbeliever's?

Author: Kathy Herman

Publisher: Multnomah

ISBN: 9780307562814

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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The Past Is Back Ellen Jones’s hands are full after she begrudgingly brings her aging father to Seaport. Lawrence’s memory is failing—though he can’t seem to forget what he’s been holding against Ellen for the past forty years. But when he’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Ellen realizes she never released her resentment and it’s too late for reconciliation. Then suddenly—literally overnight—her son, Owen, comes face-to-face with the consequences of his wilder days gone by. No one is prepared for the changes he, and the entire family, will have to make as a result. The past weighing heavily in the present, a clean start is out of the question for both Ellen and Owen. How can God heal their deepest wounds? Enter the least expected person of the bunch… Can secrets kill? Ellen Jones gets a disturbing call from her elderly father’s neighbor and must face the fact that her father, Lawrence, is no longer safe living alone. Ellen resents that he forgets the simplest of details and yet remembers the one thing he’s held against her for the past forty years. Her being his caregiver is out of the question. Ellen and her husband Guy pair up their fathers to share an apartment in a nearby retirement community. The setup seems ideal until Lawrence wanders off...right past the scene of a murder. Did he see something? He can’t quite remember... but the killer doesn’t know that! Just when Lawrence is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Ellen realizes there’s no chance they’ll ever be reconciled, a shocking secret surfaces from her son Owen’s past that drops her to her knees. Ellen is desperate for a miracle. Will God intervene and erase the consequences of past mistakes—or does He have an even better plan? Story Behind the Book “I was twenty-seven when I gave my heart to Jesus. And twenty-nine years later, I’m still realizing the long-term consequences of some of the choices I made during the years I was enslaved to sin. The words of Galatians 6:7, “Do not be deceived. God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows,” are as true today as when the apostle Paul wrote them. In the writing of All Things Hidden, my goal was to create unforgettable characters caught in the throes of overwhelming consequences, and enable us to watch the response of a merciful God not to remove their struggle, but to walk with them through the pain and redeem it for His glory.” —Kathy Herman

Every Hidden Thing

Big city politics, nasty secrets, a dirty cop, and a deranged sociopath set the stage for a riveting journey deep into the urban jungle.

Author: Ted Flanagan

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 9781643857640

Category: Fiction

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Big city politics, nasty secrets, a dirty cop, and a deranged sociopath set the stage for a riveting journey deep into the urban jungle. The last scion of a once-powerful political family, Worcester mayor John O'Toole has his sights set on vastly higher aspirations. When night shift paramedic Thomas Archer uncovers a secret that could upend the mayor's career, O'Toole is set on silencing him, and sends Eamon Conroy, a brutal former cop, to ensure the truth remains under wraps. But O'Toole doesn't stop there. With bribes, buried secrets, and personal attacks, he wreaks havoc on Archer's life in an attempt to save himself. Archer's troubles continue to mount when domestic terrorist and militia member Gerald Knak, who blames Archer for his wife's recent death, sets in motion a deadly plan for revenge. With two forces of evil aligned against him, Archer doesn't stand a chance. But things aren't always what they seem--and he may just have a few tricks up his sleeve in a last gambit to get out alive.

The Hidden Things

Mikey threw a fit and cussed the walls over who might have done such a thing, while Byron scratched at his scalp and ... But even after almost three decades, every bit of it was still there—every playing piece, every property marker, ...

Author: Jamie Mason

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781501177330

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Inspired by the real-life unsolved theft of a 17th-century painting, this is a “smart and hugely entertainingly thriller, with so many sharp twists and hairpin turns that you’ll need to hold on for dear life” (Lou Berney, author of November Road) from the acclaimed author of Three Graves Full. Twenty-eight seconds. That’s all it takes for a home-security camera to capture the hidden resolve in fourteen-year-old Carly Liddell as she fends off a vicious attack just inside her own front door. The video of her heroic escape appears online and goes viral. As the view count climbs, the lives of four desperate people will be forever changed by what’s just barely visible in the corner of the shot. Carly’s stepfather is spurred to protect his darkest secret: how a stolen painting—four hundred years old, by a master of the Dutch Golden Age—has come to hang in his suburban foyer. The art dealer, left for dead when the painting vanished, sees a chance to buy back her life. And the double-crossed enforcer renews the hunt to deliver the treasure to his billionaire patrons—even if he has to kill to succeed. But it’s Carly herself, hailed as a hero, whose new perspective gives her the courage to uncover the truth as the secrets and lies tear her family apart. A suspenseful and edgy mystery, “Hidden Things is a treat: a heist story taken to pieces and expertly put back together at off-kilter angles into a startling, smart, vivid book” (Tana French, New York Times bestselling author).

The Hidden Things

every night, i wait for her to go to bed so i can search the house for my necklace. and every night, just as i step outside my room, her door flies open. she pretends to be sweet about it. “you need your rest, darling!

Author: Beth Bracken

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781434291851

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Lucy is back home in Mearston, fully recovered, but trying desperately to get back to Faerieground where her best friend Soli, Queen of the Faerie, is still a prisoner of the Crows.

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Proverbs

For God shall vine word . bring every work into judgment , with every secret thing . ( ZÖCKLER renders : “ Juugment upon every hidden thing ' ) . This Vers . 9 and 10. CRAMER : -It is not enough direct connection of oys'ha Sy with the ...

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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ISBN: UIUC:30112114870097

Category: Bible

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A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures

For God shall bring every work into judgment , with every secret thing . ( ZÖCKLER renders : " Judgment upon every hidden thing " ) . This direct connection of hy with the preceding is sustained by the construc- tion of the verb in ...

Author: Johann Peter Lange

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015073323589

Category: Bible

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Our Reason for Being

If Qoheleth is correct, “God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether good or evil” (12:14). This judgment is here given as the reason (“For”) to heed ...

Author: T. F. Leong

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781666717068

Category: Religion

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Ecclesiastes is a persuasive speech with a rhetoric so unique that it can be easily misunderstood. It speaks powerfully to believers as well as nonbelievers because it addresses the question of the meaning of life in the most satisfying way. The heart of this book is an expositional commentary that interprets Ecclesiastes as authoritative Scripture. It seeks to recover the rhetoric of the speech in terms of its comprehensive message on the meaning of life as well as its compelling force to get the message across. Preceding the expositional commentary is an introduction to Ecclesiastes that presents a new approach to outlining and reading Ecclesiastes as a coherent speech. It also presents an overview of the “forest”—the overall rhetorical flow of the speech from beginning to end. This is to prevent one from getting lost when immersed in the “trees” of the expositional commentary. Following the expositional commentary are two topical studies to give Ecclesiastes the breadth and depth of coverage it deserves. The first is an interdisciplinary exposition on the meaning of life. The second is an interpretive essay to defend exegetically the interpretation of Ecclesiastes as a coherent speech.