under the feet of jesus

Author : Helena Maria Viramontes
Genre : Fiction
Release : 1996-04-01
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Winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature “Stunning.”—Newsweek With the same audacity with which John Steinbeck wrote about migrant worker conditions in The Grapes of Wrath and T.C. Boyle in The Tortilla Curtain, Viramontes presents a moving and powerful vision of the lives of the men, women, and children who endure a second-class existence and labor under dangerous conditions in California's fields. At the center of this powerful tale is Estrella, a girl about to cross the perilous border to womanhood. What she knows of life comes from her mother, who has survived abandonment by her husband in a land that treats her as if she were invisible, even though she and her children pick the crops of the farms that feed its people. But within Estrella, seeds of growth and change are stirring. And in the arms of Alejo, they burst into a full, fierce flower as she tastes the joy and pain of first love. Pushed to the margins of society, she learns to fight back and is able to help the young farmworker she loves when his ambitions and very life are threatened in a harvest of death. Infused with the beauty of the California landscape and shifting splendors of the passing seasons juxtaposed with the bleakness of poverty, this vividly imagined novel is worthy of the people it celebrates and whose story it tells so magnificently. The simple lyrical beauty of Viramontes' prose, her haunting use of image and metaphor, and the urgency of her themes all announce Under the Feat of Jesus as a landmark work of American fiction.

Author : Catherine Wiley
Genre : Literary Criticism
Release : 1996
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ISBN_10 : 0815320558
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Twenty-nine collected essays represent a critical history of Shakespeare's play as text and as theater, beginning with Samuel Johnson in 1765, and ending with a review of the Royal Shakespeare Company production in 1991. The criticism centers on three aspects of the play: the love/friendship debate.

Author : Hendrik van der Loos
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Author : Sherrie A. Inness
Genre : Social Science
Release : 1998
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ISBN_10 : 0847691373
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Riding the wave of a booming girl culture worldwide, this collection of girls' voices from across the globe invites the reader to learn more about their varied girlhoods. From coming-of-age rituals in South Africa to the impact of computers and popular magazines on girls in Japan and Germany, the book offers a vision of girlhood from around the world. Though a universal experience, girlhood is not always carefree. Instead, as this book documents, many girls are not valued for who they are, whether culturally, socially or intellectually.

Author : Wiley Perry
Genre : Religion
Release : 2010-11-24
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ISBN_10 : 9781456822125
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The tree of life in the Garden of Eden produced what Adam and Eve needed to sustain eternal life. We will fi nd it again in eternity, but what the present. If we can fi nd it and gain access to it eternal life may sti ll be available.

Author : David Butts
Genre : Religion
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Are you confused about how to discern attacks of the enemy from everyday circumstances? Do you understand how to use the weapons God has given you to combat the enemy? Do you want a down to earth, practical treatment of spiritual warfare? The Devil Goes to Church delivers that and more. Its eight chapters focus on the everyday attacks of Satan on the church and on believers. It provides simple truth to help the reader recognize the enemy’s work, and shows how to use the spiritual weapons God has given to believers. Each chapter includes study questions, making this book accessible to small groups and Bible studies.

Author : Robert A. Jones
Genre : Religion
Release : 2002-09-26
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ISBN_10 : 9781475901306
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READING THIS BOOK WILL HELP CHRISTIANS 1. See the Scriptural Evidence That Jesus Returned for His First Followers. New Testament writers believed and Jesus taught He would return back then. Seven sure signs pointing to this were fulfilled in the first century. 2. Discover the Historical Events of the First Century That Confirm This. Prophecy and historical fulfillment come together in the chapter "Daniel's Seventieth Wee As It Happened" during A.D. 63-70 It's all there. 3. Learn about the Mystery Revealed to Christ's Bride at the Seventh Trumpet. The Book of Revelation anticipates a mystery to occur at the seventh trumpet. Ephesians and Colossians witness to this occurring in the faithful. 4. Catch God's Great Vision for the Climax of Life on This Earth. Jesus reigns right now "to make all things new." He gifts and empowers His disciples to serve, working toward the climax of peace on earth.

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Author : Roslynn Bryant
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Release : 2010-10
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ISBN_10 : 9781609576592
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At the Feet of Jesus: the Call to Fellowship gives an account of one woman's fellowship journey with Jesus Christ. Through a detailed study of her experiences, readers gain information that will help them cultivate a vibrant, healthy connection with the Lord. This book encourages, inspires, and guides believers to develop and maintain intimate communion with God through the various seasons of their lives. It shows how to keep God as the top priority in the midst of distractions. It also encourages readers to stay connected in seasons of turmoil and to minister with thanksgiving to the Lord. Finally, it gives practical measures that readers can readily apply as they grow in their fellowship with Jesus Christ.Roslynn Bryant is an ordained elder in the Higher Ground Always Abounding Assemblies, Inc. She has been in ministry since 1996 and has touched many lives through her preaching and evangelistic work. She is the author of the book Winning the Battle Within: Overcoming the Giants Inside of Us. She serves locally at the Assembly of Truth Family Worship Center as an associate minister, adjutant, and financial officer. In 1998, she graduated with highest honors from Clark Atlanta University with a Masters' degree in mathematics. She taught for nine years at a college in Atlanta, Georgia. Presently, she is pursuing her ministry goals: to bring glory to God; edify the Body of Christ; and win souls into the Kingdom of God.

Author : Shirley Holmes-Sulton
Genre : Religion
Release : 2014-06-16
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ISBN_10 : 9781490730486
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With the publishing of this book, I hope to share with the seekers of today a better understanding of the scriptures concerning the identity of Jesus Christ as the Son of God, as it has been revealed to me. I've done extensive studying the Word of God, searching the scriptures, that I might be able to rightly divide the truth and share it around the world, in all languages. This book is scripture based.