In Search of the King

In Search of the King Author Thann Bennett
ISBN-10 9781683970705
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 304
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Not since C.S. Lewis has a writer so accurately and empathetically described our human condition—our deep longing for meaning and purpose. Lewis himself called it “the long terrible story of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy.” With fresh insight and authenticity, Thann Bennett invites you to join him on the journey of discovering the one true King. Thann weaves biblical application with personal illustration in a compelling call to action. Bound to be a timeless classic, you will come away knowing your true purpose—intimacy with and service to the King that will echo beyond your years. “In Search of the King is informative and inspirational. It is a must read.” —Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), New York Times best-selling author “Thann Bennett’s book, In Search of the King, provides wise souls with an excellent road map. I highly recommend this book.” —Scott Sauls, Senior Pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee, and author of Jesus Outside the Lines and Befriend “Thann Bennett’s very personal and engaging style will captivate your heart and imagination and send you on a relentless journey to learn the character of Jesus, walk in His ways, and join His mission.” —Heather Zempel, Discipleship Pastor at National Community Church, and author of Community Is Messy, and Amazed and Confused



In Search of the King

In Search of the King Author Dovid
ISBN-10 OCLC:54232092
Release 1978
Pages 71
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In Search of the King has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from In Search of the King also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full In Search of the King book for free.



In Search of the King

In Search of the King Author Annell Williamson
ISBN-10 9781105086014
Release 2011-09
Pages 202
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Jerusalem is under Roman rule and King Herod will stop at nothing to keep his position of power. Upon hearing that a new king will soon be born, he seeks to find and kill the child. Can a small group of animals with seemingly insurmountable differences save the newborn king? Can they find the holy child before King Herod finds him? Join this unlikely band on an adventure of a lifetime. Follow Baruch, the mongrel, through the crowded streets of Jerusalem, scurry with Timothy, the timid mouse, down the terrifying halls of Herod's palace, fly with Yonah, the dove, to the pinnacle of the temple mount, and walk with Heber, the humble donkey, on the dangerous road to Bethlehem. Stand by them as they face their worst fears. Witness their surprise as they discover something quite unexpected, something none of them ever imagined possible. Written for all ages, In Search of the King promises to warm the heart.



In Search of Alfred the Great

In Search of Alfred the Great Author Edoardo Albert
ISBN-10 9781445639062
Release 2014-08-30
Pages 256
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Buried in 899 AD as the King of the English at his capital city of Winchester, Alfred the Great's bones were thought to have ultimately moved to an unmarked grave. His remains had been completely lost to us for centuries until researchers at the University of Winchester discovered what is in all probability a piece of his pelvis in a cardboard box. This exciting discovery has reawakened interest in one of our most notable monarchs. The only English monarch ever to have had the epithet 'the Great', Alfred's reputation reaches down to us through the years. Christian hero, successful defender of England against the Vikings, social and educational reformer. There is a man and a life buried amid the myths. Within these pages, discover Alfred's dramatic story.



In Search of Tutankhamun

In Search of Tutankhamun Author
ISBN-10 0872265439
Release 1999
Pages 44
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Describes the discovery of the tomb of the Egyptian king Tutankhamun and what it revealed about everyday life in his time.



In Search of the SECRET SANCTUARY

In Search of the SECRET SANCTUARY Author KIM MICHELE INGRAM
ISBN-10 9781490715643
Release 2013-10-01
Pages 36
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Phillip the Prince of Edinshire, Scotland sets himself on a quest to find Tramara, his future bride to be. She is the daughter of Maon, a noble knight and her mother Helena. Accompanying the prince is his noble and illustrious stallion, Blacknight. As the prince proceeds on his quest he must overcome a horrendous obstacle that Isobel, a jealous witch has placed in his path. He encounters days of treacherous heat and torrent rains, even a fire breathing dragon. The fate of Prince Phillip’s true love, now rest in his hands as he must travel through dangerous terrains, crossing the River Braan to find her.



In Search of the Silk King

In Search of the Silk King Author Maya Herman
ISBN-10 1462816487
Release 2005-08-24
Pages 177
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Maya Herman In Search of The Silk King A Novel Among many stories I heard in Southeast Asia, the most fascinating is the story of the legendary American “silk king” of Thailand – Jim Thompson. It is as mysterious as Asia itself. The name Jim Thompson seemed to follow me from the first moment I arrived in Bangkok. The more stories and rumors I heard, the more I became fascinated by them. They had all the ingredients of a good novel or a major movie – romance, mystery, glamour, exotic locations, and more. The legend of the “silk king” and his disappearance remains as mysterious today as it was in 1967. No clues were ever found. Only unanswered questions remained. Using poetic license, I decided to write a novel that might answer some of them. As such, the novel is very loosely and only in part based on the real life of Jim Thompson, as I learned of it primarily through living in Bangkok, traveling extensively throughout Southeast Asia and writing about it in my book of travel essays, The Jade Window (Bangkok, 1998). It is also in part based on the information I gathered in my research from the newspaper articles on Thompson, William Warren’s indispensable biography of him, on the interviews with Warren and Henry Thompson, through Alexander Macdonald’s notes and OSS archives, for all of which I am immensely grateful. Still, my “Jim Thompson”is not a historic but a fictional character. In Search of The Silk King is a work of fiction written in many voices that are tempered with the measure of truth. Any errors – biographical, historical, intended, or otherwise - are solely mine. This is the story of an adventure told in hero’s voice and in various voices of the people who knew him. It is also the story of his life that had the sweep of a historical romance and the power of a heroic quest. As Jim Thompson’s absorbing tale unfolds, the reader discovers what happened after his disappearance, how he succeeded and suffered and eventually found the truth. It is a novel of suspense, of fate and love lost and found. The “Jim Thompson” of my novel thinks of himself as an ordinary man in extraordinary circumstances. There are, on the tapes he sent from his after-life in exile to a journalist friend, his memories of the past: his childhood desire to travel to exotic places ... of his first and greatest love, of his marriage. As a young man, Jim went to New York and worked as an architect. He met Vera, a Russian ballerina, and fell in love with her. He gave her a brooch designed as a pair of ballet slippers made of emeralds and diamonds as a token of his great love. When Vera decided to go back to her old lover she returned one of the two slippers. Jim kept the slipper as the memento of his love that would prove to be fatal. After the breakup, Jim tried to find a new direction in life. He married a woman he barely knew and enlisted in the Army. This was his way of escaping the loss of his first great love that would mark his whole emotional life. He went to Africa where he worked for the OSS with Maurice, a half-French, half-Laotian mystery man. Not eager to return home, Jim volunteered to go to Southeast Asia. This was the real beginning of his journey. He fell in love with Bangkok and wanted to stay there even after the war was over. His wife Pat did not share his enthusiasm and agreed to a divorce. Jim returned to Bangkok with a plan to renovate the Oriental hotel. He did not succeed in that, but found his true vocation in a forgotten art of silk making. Jim almost single-handedly revived the Thai silk industry and became the most successful American businessman in Thailand. There is a story about silk. Jim’s life seemed full. He built a beautiful house and opened a new store. He seemed to have finally found his fulfillment. He had a beautiful young mistress, Nicole, and seemed



In Search of King Solomon s Mines

In Search of King Solomon   s Mines Author Tahir Shah
ISBN-10 9781783011131
Release 2013
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In Search of the Arthurian Kings

In Search of the Arthurian Kings Author Anthony Jackson
ISBN-10 9781467009935
Release 2006-04-21
Pages 352
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You thought that when the Romans left, the Saxons came; at least that was what we were all told in school. There are precise dates as well The Romans left in 410 AD and the Saxons came in 440AD. Somewhere in this clear cut time lies a problem called the Arthurian legends. It is as if the clear cut strata in an archaeological dig are subjected to a microscopic analysis to reveal a rather less clear cut profile. Further, we all have a concept of King Arthur that has been handed to us since the time of Mallory. So that was Arthur was it? Wrong. The only invaders were Saxons, right? Wrong. Arthur was something to do with Merlin-right? Wrong. We are always told the truth by historians, right? Wrong. In terms of what we know, the history has been defined within those references which have led to a distortion of the history. Be in no doubt that King Arthur existed and there was more than one. Unravelling the ancient sources such as Gildas, Nennius, Bede and other works leads us out of a fairytale of Hollywood into the harsh reality of the early post Roman empire; a world of Civil war and Celtic invasion. What has been learned is that there was more than one Arthur, in fact many names were repeated and confused, Ambrosius, Ambrosius Aurielanus, Uther, Arthur, Maximus (which one would you like) and Vortigern at a time when not only were the Saxons coming, so were the Scots (the real name of the Irish as conferred by the Romans), Danes at the same time as a tripartite Roman civil war was taking place. So the history of the time is clear?-please read on, its time to become confused.



In Search of the Unknown

In Search of the Unknown Author Robert W. Chambers
ISBN-10 9780486780900
Release 2014-08-14
Pages 304
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An ornithologist seeking prehistoric creatures also discovers modern romance in these strange and satiric short stories by Robert W. Chambers, an early master of supernatural fiction and the author of the cult classic The King in Yellow. Originally published in periodicals of the early twentieth century, these six interconnected tales recount a madcap series of international romps. The hero, working under the auspices of the Bronx Zoo, scours the globe in search of extinct and legendary species, including the great auk, invisible swamp-dwelling predators, and "harbor masters," half-men, half-amphibians. Guided by his implacable self-confidence, the bumbling scientist faces down a world of dangers as well as the distractions posed by a series of beguiling women.



King Arthur in Search of His Dog and Other Curious Puzzles

King Arthur in Search of His Dog and Other Curious Puzzles Author Raymond M. Smullyan
ISBN-10 9780486474359
Release 2010-04-21
Pages 149
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This fanciful, original collection for readers of all ages features arithmetic puzzles, logic problems related to crime detection, and logic and arithmetic puzzles involving King Arthur and his Dogs of the Round Table.



Ennobling Love

Ennobling Love Author C. Stephen Jaeger
ISBN-10 0812216911
Release 1999
Pages 311
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"Ennobling Love is both a reader's pleasure and a scholar's treasure."--



In Search of the truth

In Search of the truth Author Swami Dharmananda
ISBN-10 9781456850043
Release 2011-02-15
Pages 119
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This book is dedicated to all humanity. The world population is in a deep slumber. Awakening is necessary. Life is a gift of Nature. We are here temporarily. Appreciate oneself and everything on this planet. Realization is paramount. Know who you are. Colonialism, Capitalism, Slavery, Judiciary System have severely damaged our psyche. The world populations are like puppet on a string. They danced to the tune of unscrupulous leaders who are war mongers. We are blindfolded by Capitalistic socialism. When Corporation failed, the people tax dollars bailed them out, but when the people failed due to mismanagement of the system, there is no bailout. Poverty is created by civilization not nature. The world is paying a heavy price. Explosion of war materials is damaging nature and the atmosphere. Stop all wars and nature will be at peace. Swami Dharmananda [email protected]



In Search of the Armor

In Search of the Armor Author Anne Ney
ISBN-10 9780595256204
Release 2002
Pages 208
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In Search of the Armor is an exciting coming-of-age adventure set in the mythical, medieval kingdoms of Alienor and Berwyk. The search for a lost sister leads Justin of Alienor far beyond the fields of home. He is sent upon a quest to find the pieces of his spiritual armor, assisted along the way by an angelic messenger. Justin learns hard lessons of faith from Sir Edmund, the dying knight who had once served the King of Kings, Berenger, the embittered soldier, Sir Kenrick, an honest man in search of his lost dignity, Lord Bardolph, the proud enemy, and the courageous Princess Elena, whose royal father and grandfather are wicked servants of the Lord of Darkness. In the final conflict, both men and angels are locked in combat in the earthly and spiritual realms. In Search of the Armor has elements of fantasy, but its central theme of redemption is as clear as it is compelling.



In Search of the Christian Buddha How an Asian Sage Became a Medieval Saint

In Search of the Christian Buddha  How an Asian Sage Became a Medieval Saint Author Donald S. Lopez
ISBN-10 9780393244212
Release 2014-04-07
Pages 224
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The fascinating account of how the story of the Buddha was transformed into the legend of a Christian saint. The story of Saint Josaphat, a prince who gave up his wealth and kingdom to follow Jesus, was one of the most popular Christian tales of the Middle Ages, translated into a dozen languages, and cited by Shakespeare in The Merchant of Venice. Yet Josaphat is only remembered today because of the similarities of his life to that of the Buddha. In Search of the Christian Buddha is set against the backdrop of the trade along the Silk Road, the Christian settlement of Palestine, the spread of Islam, and the Crusades. It traces the path of the Buddha’s tale from India and shows how it evolved, adopting details from each culture during its sojourn. These early instances of globalization allowed not only goods but also knowledge to flow between different cultures and around much of the world. Eminent scholars Donald S. Lopez Jr. and Peggy McCracken reveal how religions born thousands of miles apart shared ideas throughout the centuries. They uncover surprising convergences and divergences between these faiths on subjects including the meaning of death, the problem of desire, and their view of women. Demonstrating the incredible power of this tale, they ask not how stories circulate among religions but how religions circulate among stories.



In Search of Corky

In Search of Corky Author Paul J. Greenhalgh, Jr.
ISBN-10 9781436358750
Release 2008-10-01
Pages 288
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Corky lured me into his story of fame, addiction, lies and discovery of the only true path to freedom. In our world, athletes are "idols" someone whom followers desire what they have. What we desperately need is "heroes" someone we want to emulate. The transition, idol to hero, is a common challenge for all addicts. Each of us battles his own addictions; destructive behaviors that we cannot control. Addiction is loss of self. This is the story of Corky's pain and acceptance by the One source of hope. If ever a life appeared wasted, it was Corky's during the eighteen months I knew him. As a teenager in Newark, he perfected a deadly jump shot. His skill carried him to the Pistons and the Lakers. But first, he spent endless hours perfecting Newark city basketball moves as the only white kid in the neighborhood. He was compelled by an inner urge that guided him when and how to pass and when to shoot. Minimal notice was given to responsibility. For two years he set scoring records in junior college. Corky strutted into George Washington University. Coach Bill Reinhart molded a team that became champions of the Southern Conference ( Corky is still highest scorer for three-year players). He finished as game high scorer in the East vs West college All-star game in Madison Square Garden. It was 1955 and his picture appeared on the cover of Life magazine. After pro-basketball, Corky fell under a deadly addiction to gambling. His story is told through the memories of those who knew him. My own interaction with him opens the book. Walter Corky' Devlin lay comatose on a couch. I discovered him sleeping in a bipolar trance. Later, I would become fascinated by his pro basketball and fast lane experiences. I thought we became friends. But friendship requires differing contributions from its participants. Corky enlisted me as observer during his march to self-destruction. I served as willing accomplice. He boasted that he could, "See my soul." During those days, I possessed limited understanding of what he revealed. Never trust a con. I knew nothing of compulsive gambling. I encouraged him to victimize me. Finally, penniless, he migrated to a monastery in Kentucky. Initially I planned to visit Corky to record his story on videotape. A fortuitous warning from a friend short-circuited my trip. Corky's version of his life consistently fabricated facts. His death launched a posthumous search, which threatened my faith. I couldn't accept writing write a life story risking a negative outcome. I solicited opinions and insights from those who knew him. Corky's stories proved fraudulent the creation of what he wanted me to find. I uncovered a complex mosaic of a soul struggling with addiction before surrendering he admitted his lies. A few sources verified his accounts of basketball accomplishments at George Washington University. Corky starred on a renowned nationally ranked team. He constantly basked in his story of punching the villainous Hot Rod Hundley. He repeated that story for forty years. His punch proved only imagined. I spoke with players Hot Rod, Chuck Noble, Paul Arizin, Tom Gola and Zelda Spoelstra (at NBA Headquarters). Everyone liked charismatic Corky. Most gave him money. His gambling progressed into compulsion. He claimed that on the day his father died, he lost his wife to his best friend. Those traumas provided his trigger; neither incident proved true. Destructive gambling proved to be his real deal. He focused solely on his next bet feeling little regret for those he hurt. Corky's younger brother, Bob, idolized players in the NBA. Bob enabled his brother's addiction until Corky found Gethsemani, a Trappist monastery in Kentucky. Bob and his wife alone represented the family at Corky's funeral. Jim Murray (1980 GM of the Philadelphia Eagles) and Corky were close friends. Jim founded the Ronald Mc



In Search of History

In Search of History Author John Van Seters
ISBN-10 1575060132
Release 1997
Pages 399
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The primary concern of this book is to understand the origins and nature of history writing in ancient Israel. The investigation is undertaken against the background of history writing in the Near Eastern and classical worlds.