On That Day

On that day, when the sun came up and Mom made the morning coffee for Dad, the eggs were made with Havarti and American cheese and the usual small portions were fed to the dogs, we drove to our usual weekly Bible study, ...

Author: V. M. Jenkins

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781641143806

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 302

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From public school to homeschool, here's Haven! Haven Jennings is the center of this lighthearted (sometimes laugh out loud) comedy. She is quick-witted, somewhat humorous, and a little bit worldly as she spent a good majority of her growing up years in the "dark side of education," as her homeschool friends would laughingly describe the public-school system. Haven attends an early morning Bible study with her mother and gifted brother Delbert. While Delbert is in the study to become biblically knowledgeable, Haven is in it for the social aspects. And what a social time she has as the Bible study is made up of supremely unique and awkward characters that are perfecting their craft in the art of socializing with other teens. One teen in particular, named Aaron, is new to the study. Haven happens to notice that not only is he nice looking, but he knows Haven's favorite TV family, the Duggars, of which Haven happens to be a fan of epic proportions. Because Haven wants so badly to know about these people, she believes that she can conjure up a friendship that is perfectly within appropriate boundaries with Aaron, as she finds out in the meantime that Aaron happens to be in a courtship with a girl back in his home town. Things become sticky when Haven, who has other guy friends within the Bible study, finds it difficult to have a friendship with Aaron. Something just isn't right about their relationship. In the end, Haven learns that blessing follows obedience, and obedience, while not always the easiest or plainest choice to make, definitely reaps its own rewards. Haven is hoping for the reward of meeting the famous family, and just maybe, she will, as the Lord only knows what is planned to happen On That Day.

On That Day

He boards Air Force One, anticipating multiple days away from Washington. Gould is thus another link between the moving presidency, the White House, and the Pentagon on that day. We know virtually nothing about his counsel other than ...

Author: William M. Arkin

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781541701076

Category: Political Science

Page: 384

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“A maddening, essential study in misinformation, jingoism, bad intelligence, and other hallmarks of the recent American past.”—Kirkus (starred review) Anyone who experienced the attacks on September 11 cannot forget the imagery: the smoking, falling towers, the Pentagon smoldering, the Shanksville crash site, the first responders. But there is an invisible story hidden in the wreckage, one that required years of patient investigation and the piecing together of a sequence from many scattered sources. By establishing the most definitive timeline of how that day unfolded, William M. Arkin shows how the US government failed in the face of the unprecedented attack. It is a story of laughable airport security, vulnerable airspace, blind intelligence, poor communications, muddled orders, Pentagon chaos, and presidential isolation. Everything about the emergency procedures of the governments—from White House security to continuity of government to military alerts—went wrong. On That Day is a stunning, nightmare journey through a government reeling in confusion while many civilians performed individual acts of heroism. It is a chilling exposé of government negligence and overreach, and a constitution in crisis.

On That Day

So Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing which his father blessed him. Esau said in his heart, When my father passes away and after the days of mourning, then I will kill my brother, Jacob. MOVING FORWARD As the story moves forward.

Author: Ronald Stoneburner

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781644713969

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

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Following the covenant promise God gave to Abraham, how it points back to creation and how it points forward to completion. Abraham's two sons-Ishmael, born of the flesh; and Isaac, born of the Spirit, the child of promise. Following this lineage forward, the two kingdoms. Ishmael representing the kingdom of this world's system, and Isaac representing the kingdom of God. How this plays out through history and takes us to today's Middle East crisis. Taking a look at the Old Testament prophecies that have yet to be fulfilled and how the stage is set for their fulfillment.

For Those of Us Waiting on That Day

DAY. 283. But you, dear friends, by building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit, ... (Jude 20, NIV) As I began writing this, I have found myself writing many times, “I am waiting on that day.

Author: Ann Dillon

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490889153

Category: Religion

Page: 380

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Anyone that has had a loved one go home knows the pain and sorrow that can overwhelm them. The loss of a loved one can send you into a deep abyss of pain and sorrow. Do you wonder where your loved one is? What is he or she doing? What is Heaven like? How do you find comfort in the pain? Where is God when it hurts? This book was written as the author found herself asking the same questions when, while still grieving the loss of her dad, her strong, healthy husband had a sudden heart attack. On November 2, 2011, her husband of thirty-eight years was called home to heaven. Trying to hold on to her faith while reeling from shock and grief, she threw herself into studying Gods Word and holding on to her faith while she tried to seek answers and comfort. Being unable to find a devotional that was specifically for grieving Christians lead her to write her first book. You will find comfort and assurance that you will be reunited with your loved one in the scripturally based devotions as you read what God has laid on her heart. Ann gives you a daily devotional that helps you focus on heaven, Gods sovereignty and everlasting love, eternity, and that glorious day we will be reunited with our loved ones, and help you find comfort and an eternal perspective as you wait on that day.

For That Day

If you try, you will havea chancetotouch that day. If you give up altogether, you willnot havethe chance. I'm not going to tell you what to do.I don't have theright to do it. But look at this—"she traced her finger on the sentence that ...

Author: Low Kay Hwa

Publisher: Goody Books

ISBN: 9789810885229

Category: Fiction

Page: 206

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What if you have only six more months to live? Have your dreams for the future just shattered, or have they just begun? Print Book Price: RM43.99 / SGD$16.90 / USD$13.49 Full Money-back Guarantee Your satisfaction is our priority. Don't like the story after purchasing it? Simply refund it from Google Play Book with a click (if purchase is made within seven days), or email us. No questions asked.

But of that Day and Hour

Jesus said, “And from the days of John until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force” (Matthew 11:12). The “violent” have always thought the kingdom of God would come by force, but the kingdom that ...

Author: Holger W. Neubauer

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781039146853

Category: Religion

Page: 122

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This book is written from a fuflilled perspective and a preterist view. The book presents a consistent argument that unifies the Olivet Discourse into one great subject and one great fulfillment. Since Jesus and His apostles were all Hebrews who lived over 2000 years ago, there is a need to understand their message in the age they lived in then. Jews who lived before the destruction of their temple in A.D. 70 wouild not have thought beyond the end of their age that was looming then. The author explores the statement, "But of that day and hour knows no one" and argues that Jesus was alluding to Zechariah 14:7 which context points to the destruction of the Jewish temple in the end of their age, not the end of human history. The author argues the case that the "time of the end" that Jesus spoke of was not the "end of time" as many Christians assume.

That Day in June

I remember it had been one of those shithot, sunless, muggy days. The sort of day that gives me a headache. The sort of day when the sky presses down like a quilt, suffocating you. The sort of day where people walk with their heads bent ...

Author: Martina Reilly

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444794434

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

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Eight years ago, Sandy ran away from home, and has done her best never to look back. Now, the best part of her day is a morning visit from Max, a handsome and successful businessman, who's always ready with a smile. So when he suddenly disappears from her life, Sandy is worried. What has happened to him? And why did he act so strangely the last time they spoke? As Sandy tries to track Max down, she begins to realise how little she really knows about him - his family, his job, or why his life has started to fall apart. And when she finds him, she comes to understand that they have more in common than she'd ever thought possible. Will they learn to trust each other with the secrets they've kept hidden, and finally move on?

That Day in September

He was at work the morning of September 11th and witnessed the horror of that day from the streets. Artie eventually quit his job after returning to work for three weeks back at his office's building near what was now called Ground Zero ...

Author: Artie Van Why

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781411683150

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 110

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We all have our stories to tell of where we were the morning of September 11, 2001. This is one of them. In "That Day In September" Artie Van Why gives an eyewitness account of that fateful morning. From the moment he heard "a loud boom" in his office across from the World Trade Center, to stepping out onto the street, Artie vividly transports the reader back to the day that changed our lives and our country forever. "That Day In September" takes you beyond the events of that morning. By sharing his thoughts, fears and hopes, Artie expresses what it was like to be in New York City in the weeks and months following. The reader comes away from "That Day In September" with not only a more intimate understanding of the events of that day but also with a personal glimpse of how one person's life was dramatically changed forever.

When That Day Comes A Memoir

On that day in May 1990, it was frustrating to have made a special trip to Casablanca and go home without the airplane tickets. We were able to do some grocery shopping in the Marché Centrale. The tickets were obtained the next week, ...

Author: Robert L. Zimdahl

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781105349614

Category: Biography & Autobiography


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No one can ever be fully prepared for life's adversities. We cannot know how we would or should react when a loved one is faced with the prospect of imminent death. This is the story of one man's fight to guide his wife through an intractable disease, to help her make gut-wrenching decisions, and to deal with the consequences. One may never be fully prepared for death, but we can gain courage from Zimdahl's heroic struggle and learn from the powerful insights he acquires throughout the experience.

Ever Since That Day

... spoken only days ago, Anna was rather taken aback. It had literarily been years since they'd spoken to each other. They sent Christmas cards, and Lori always remembered her birthday, but they hadn't actually talked in a long while.

Author: Sara James

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781398711754

Category: Fiction

Page: 318

View: 423


'Wonderfully evocative and richly layered, I couldn't put it down' Alex Brown Painful secrets have kept them apart... can the truth bring them together? London, 1984. Lori and Roland. Anna and Jude. Young, attractive and carefree, these two couples are inseparable friends. A holiday together in Paris seems like the perfect idea... until one reckless mistake tears them apart. Sydney, 2019. Ceri doesn't know the strange man who introduces himself as a friend of her parents. Her relationship with her mother was already fraught with tension... but now she needs answers. Because this man says he's her biological father. Can Ceri find a way to unravel the secrets of the past... and protect her family? A rich and warm-hearted family drama, perfect for fans of Fern Britton, Emma Hannigan and Cathy Kelly. Readers love Sara James' family drama Mothering Sunday: 'I read this book in one sitting!' 'A beautiful read' 'Such a joyous story' 'A real page turner' 'This is a book to escape into'