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Summons

Author : Hanzo Adem
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The Summons Of The Lord Of Hosts

Author : Baháʼuʼlláh
ISBN : 1931847339
Genre : Religion
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The Summons of the Lord of Hosts brings together in one volume several major letters written by Baha'u'llah, Prophet and Founder of the Baha'i Faith. In these magnificent documents He invites the monarchs and leaders of His time to accept the basic tenets of His Faith, sets forth the nature of His mission, and establishes the standard of justice that must govern the rule of those entrusted with civil authority. Written between 1868 and 1870, leaders of the East and West are called upon to accept His teachings on the oneness of God, the unity of all religions, and the oneness of humanity. Among the leaders specifically addressed are Napoleon III, Czar Alexander II, Queen Victoria, Nasiri'd-Din Shah, and Pope Pius IX. The Summons of the Lord of Hosts is a vitally important resource for those interested in the scripture and history of the world's great religions.

The Summons

Author : Peter Lovesey
ISBN : 9781569473603
Genre : Fiction
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In this mystery, Detective Peter Diamond must find a killer to clear the name of John Mountjoy, a prisoner who has escaped and taken a hostage. Reprint.

The Summons Of Love

Author : Mari Ruti
ISBN : 9780231158169
Genre : Psychology
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We are conditioned to think that love heals wounds, makes us happy, and gives our lives meaning. When the opposite occurs and love causes fracturing, disenchantment, and existential turmoil, we suffer deeply, especially if we feel that love has failed us or that we have failed to experience what others seem so effortlessly to enjoy. In this eloquently argued, psychologically informed book, Mari Ruti portrays love as a much more complex, multifaceted phenomenon than we tend to appreciate -- an experience that helps us encounter the depths of human existence. Love's ruptures are as important as its triumphs, and sometimes love succeeds because it fails. At the heart of Ruti's argument is a meditation on interpersonal ethics that acknowledges the inherent opacity of human interiority and the difficulty of taking responsibility for what we cannot fully understand. Yet the fact that humans are often irrational in love does not absolve us of ethical accountability. In Ruti's view, we must work harder to map the unconscious patterns motivating our romantic behavior. As opposed to popular spiritual approaches urging us to live fully in the now, Ruti treats the past as a living component of the present. Only when we catch ourselves at those moments when the past speaks in the present can we keep ourselves from hurting the ones we love. Equally important, Ruti emphasizes transcending our individual histories of pain, an act that allows us to face the unconscious demons that dictate our relational choices. Written with substance and compassion, The Summons of Love restores the enlivening and transformative possibilities of romance.

The Summons Of Death On The Medieval And Renaissance English Stage

Author : Phoebe S. Spinrad
ISBN : 9780814204436
Genre : Civilization, Medieval, in literature
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The Summons Of Sariel

Author : Magdalene Kessie
ISBN : 158342122X
Genre : One-act plays
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Am I Called Foreword By Matt Chandler

Author : Dave Harvey
ISBN : 9781433527517
Genre : Religion
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Many men have the skills to lead a church, but only some are called. Dave Harvey helps men considering pastoral ministry to see God’s active role in the process of discerning their calling. God’s Word offers a clear framework for evaluating one’s call, especially within the context of community. Harvey offers six diagnostic questions to help prospective pastors process their calling, and what they should be doing now if they aren’t sure. Illustrated with personal and historical stories, Harvey explores biblical and practical principles for determining the pastoral call. Over the past twenty-four years of ministry, Harvey has enjoyed assisting many men in discerning whether they are called into ministry. This book will guide you through that all-important process with wisdom and confidence in God’s faithfulness in your life.

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