Jacob s Ladder A sermon etc

Hosea BALLOU (the Elder.) 4485 15 JACOB'S LADDER . A SERMON ,
RELIVERED AT THE DEDICATION.

Author: Hosea BALLOU (the Elder.)

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ISBN: BL:A0021934125

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Jacob s Ladder Short Stories c in Prose and Verse

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rall . PP mp Jacob's ladder SACOB ' S • LADDER . BY ' . BARBARA Front Cover.

Author: Barbara Wordsworth

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ISBN: OXFORD:600064980

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Jacob s Ladder the ascent to Heaven plainly pointed out In eighteen practical addresses etc

15—17 . 9 Acts iii . 22 , 23. Job . xix . 25—27 . Ps . lxxxix . 28. Is . ix . 10 ; xl . 9. Jer
. xxiii , 6 ; ix . 24 , Mal , iii , 2 . 10 Luke ii , 12 , 13 . Jacob's Ladder , by which we
gradually ascend through Faith 16 ADDRESS ON THE BASIS OF THE LADDER .

Author: George OLIVER (D.D., Rector of South Hykeham.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020044339

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Climbing Jacob s Ladder

Traces the history of the black family from its roots in Africa, through slavery, Reconstruction, the Depression, and the civil rights movement, to the present, arguing that black families cannot be measured against white "norms.

Author: Andrew Billingsley

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780671677091

Category: Social Science

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Traces the history of the black family from its roots in Africa, through slavery, Reconstruction, the Depression, and the civil rights movement, to the present, arguing that black families cannot be measured against white "norms." Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Jacob s Ladder

Our protagonist here is Jacob, an anglophone Montrealer immersed in a complicated loneliness of the soul.

Author: Joel Yanofsky

Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill

ISBN: 0889841918

Category: Fiction

Page: 191

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Our protagonist here is Jacob, an anglophone Montrealer immersed in a complicated loneliness of the soul. He is surrounded by empty friendships, unrequited passions, undue antagonisms, and even a fatal attraction. There is deft observation and much emotion. This may all sound excessively cluttered, but Yanofsky's prose is capable of handling the action.

Ascending Jacob s Ladder

In Ascending Jacob's Ladder: Jewish Views of Angels, Demons, and Evil Spirits, Rabbi Ronald H. Isaacs introduces readers to the fascinating Jewish world of angels, from earliest times to the modern period.

Author: Ronald H. Isaacs

Publisher: Jason Aronson

ISBN: 0765759659

Category: Religion

Page: 157

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The Jewish view of Satan - which greatly differs from the "devil" image that pervades Western culture, fallen angels, demons, the Angel of Death, spirits, and evil forces, are also explained. A handy "Who's Who" directory provides a quick reference to the most well-known and often quoted angels and demons in Jewish tradition.

Climbing Jacob s Ladder

Alan Morinis has written this book because the wisdom and practices that helped him so much have not penetrated the world beyond the confines of Orthodox Judaism, and may not be fully appreciated even there at this time.

Author: Alan Morinis

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 9781590303665

Category: Religion

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Jewish by birth, though from a secular family, Alan Morinis explored Hinduism and Buddhism as a young man. But in 1997, in the face of personal crisis, he turned to his Jewish heritage for guidance. In his reading he happened upon a Jewish spiritual tradition called Mussar. Gradually he realized that he had stumbled upon an insightful discipline for self-development, complete with meditative, contemplative, and other well-developed transformative practices designed to penetrate the deepest roots of the inner life. Eventually reaching the limits of what he could learn on his own, he decided to seek out a Mussar teacher. This was not an easy task, since almost the entire world of the Mussar tradition had been wiped out in the Holocaust. In time, he found an accomplished master who stood in an unbroken line of transmission of the Mussar tradition, and who lived in the center of a community of Orthodox Jews on Long Island. This book tells the story of Morinis's journey to meet his teacher and what he learned from him, revealing the central teachings and practices that are the spiritual treasury and legacy of Mussar.

Jacob s Ladder

Precisely two years later, Jacob Pratt sat once more in his cottage sitting-room, contemplating the remains of a barely tasted breakfast.

Author: Edward Phillips Oppenheim

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ISBN: 9798573797342

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Precisely two years later, Jacob Pratt sat once more in his cottage sitting-room, contemplating the remains of a barely tasted breakfast. Before him, read for the fiftiethtime, were the wonderful letters, in his brain a most amazing confusion, in his heart analmost hysterical joy. Presently Mrs. Harris brought in his hat and stick."You'll excuse my mentioning it, sir," she said, looking at the former a little disparagingly,"but, brush though I may, there's no doing much with this hat of yours. The nap's fair gone.Maybe you haven't noticed it, sir, but, with the summer coming on, a straw hat-""I'll buy a straw hat to-day, Mrs. Harris," Jacob promised."And you'll be home at the usual time for your supper, sir?""I-I expect so. I am not quite sure, Mrs. Harris. I shall be home sometime during the day, all right."Mrs. Harris shook her head at the sight of the untasted egg."You'll excuse my saying so, sir," she pronounced severely, "but there's no good work doneon an empty stomach. Times is hard, as we all know, but eggs is cheap

Climbing Jacob s Ladder

This book is "the story of the quest by blacks to find meaning in their historical experience and to build communities in America.

Author: Edward D. Smith

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ISBN: UOM:39015019046856

Category: African American churches

Page: 143

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This book is "the story of the quest by blacks to find meaning in their historical experience and to build communities in America. To give meaning to the traumas of the past, many eighteenth century blacks turned to the teachings of the Old and New Testaments, and proceeded, even while enslaved, to use churches to build independent communities. It appears to me that in our continuing struggle for liberation on the 'ladder of life, ' we have too often overlooked the central role that the black church has played in our history"--Introduction.

Jacob s Ladder

An accessible discussion of what can be understood through human genome sequencing describes how the interactions of genes direct the growth of individuals, revealing what gene research will enable in the future. 20,000 first printing.

Author: Henry Gee

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393050831

Category: Science

Page: 272

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An accessible discussion of what can be understood through human genome sequencing describes how the interactions of genes direct the growth of individuals, revealing what gene research will enable in the future. 20,000 first printing.

Jacob s Ladder

After Elizabeth died in 1870, Isaac married widow Sarah (Day) Mincham in 1871. Descendants and relatives lived in South Australia and elsewhere.

Author: Gillian Burfield

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ISBN: 1862521611

Category: South Australia

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Isaac Jacobs (1814-1894), a son of Henry and Fanny Jacobs, married Elizabeth Day in 1836 on the Isle of Wight, England. They immi- grated in 1836/1837 to Adelaide, South Australia, and initially settled on the banks of the River Torrens, soon moving to what is now Cherry Gardens, South Australia. After Elizabeth died in 1870, Isaac married widow Sarah (Day) Mincham in 1871. Descendants and relatives lived in South Australia and elsewhere. Includes Jacobs and Day ancestry on the Isle of Wight and elsewhere in England to 1066 A.D. and earlier. Includes organization of the Jacobs Family Heritage Association, Inc., as well as listing officers and changes thereto, reunions held, etc.

Jacob s Ladder

Of the number of other connections Fridegård establishes between 1 , Lars Hård
and Jacob's Ladder , two of the most important are the continuing roles of nature
and women . The developments that occur in both themes support the ...

Author: Jan Fridegard

Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press

ISBN: UOM:39015053692565

Category: Fiction

Page: 186

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Lars Hard, a Swedish peasant, endures the harshness of prison life, and, after his term is up, returns home to care for his mother, who is dying of cancer

Jacob s Ladder

Jacob ' s Ladder was no longer the film I had originally conceived , but in a sense
it was the film it needed to become . I was enthralled by what I saw , a simplicity
and elegance to the final work I had never anticipated . In earlier versions the ...

Author: Bruce Joel Rubin

Publisher: Applause Theatre & Cinema

ISBN: UOM:39015019394637

Category: Music

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JACOB'S LADDER