A biography of the Shawnee leader describes his vision to unite North American tribes into one powerful Indian nation capable of forcing back the encroaching white settlers and his attempts to do so. Reprint.
Author: Allan W. Eckert
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A biography of the famous Shawnee describes Tecumseh's plan to amalgamate all North American tribes into one people, his role as statesman and military strategist, and his death in the Battle of Thames.
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SORRIEST fancies your companions .. Macbeth , iii . 2 I am your sorrow's nurse . I
am sorry , madam ; for the news.lore'.L.L . , T.1 SORROW - the last of our sea sorrow .
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sorry for our pains All's Well , iii . ? let grief and sorrow still embrice .. v . 1 if
sorrow can admit ...
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SORRIEST fancies your companions .. Macbeth , iii . 2 I am your sorrow's nurse ...
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Crucible for silver and furnace for gold but Zeus tests my heart with sorrow.
Leading thousands of Martians north Mars searches for a lush new homeland
hauling wagons of apples for orchards chased by cruel slave-traders of Uranos.
Author: Surazeus Astarius
"My American Harp" presents 1,169 poems written 2010-2014 by Surazeus that explore what it means to be an American in the modern world of an interconnected global civilization.
We wouldn't have so many struggles; there would be less sorrow in our hearts.
Why is it so hard to create meaningful friendships and sustain them? Why do our
days seem so unimportant, filled not with romance and adventure but with duties
knewest Him to suffer, pierced thy heart as much as if thou hadst suffered it in
thine own body; and thy very heart burned within thee ... my sweet delight, why
have I not died for Thee, that I might not now see in Thee all the sorrow of my heart?
For the Lord will be your father and your mother if you just ask him to be; of this I
am awalking testimony Allow the Lord into your heart so he may be with you
everywhere Let not your soul be overcome with sorrow, for our God
Author: Monique Trowers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
From My Heart For You, is a short collection of Christian poetry. My prayer while working on this book, was that people from all walks of life will be able to spiritually connect with the collection. The last few pages of this book will allow each reader some time for self reflection. I suggest journaling in a quiet place where you are able to feel God's presence and have alone time with him. Answer the questions truthfully and begin to pray on the answers that you may not be pleased with. Give thanks as well for those answers which you are proud of. We must remember to give thanks even during times of difficulty and not just when things are going well for us. Often times when we initially become saved, no one prepares us fully for the reality that our new found faith will be a journey. The Bible says in Psalms 34:19 that the righteous will face many troubles. The excellent news is that it goes on to say that the Lord will rescue us from each and every one!
should, but we never in our darkest nightmares would have imagined this. A fatal
genetic disease that will most likely end his life before he can celebrate his
second birthday. Pain and sorrow engulf my heart and our home as my
Author: Jill Kelly
Publisher: Hachette UK
Our lives are made up of moments. Some we hope to remember forever and some we long to forget. But it's the tapestry of these moments that come together to write the story God is telling through each of our lives. In ETCHED . . . UPON MY HEART, Jill Kelly shares some of the unforgettable moments in her life-some sorrowful, others filled with joy-as a "living epistle" to her daughters. Kelly's raw and honest reflections provide encouragement and inspiration for women and mothers who long to pass on hard-won knowledge of God's steadfast love and healing grace to their children. As she writes, "God will break our hearts, but He will hold the pieces. He will cradle us and redeem every tear we cry." Although great personal pain informs these pages, Kelly's story is ultimately one of forgiveness, reconciliation, and hope. Through the moments in time that Jill Kelly recounts, you will recognize the daily reality and eternal value of God's plan for your own life.
It's His chastening that stirs within us, a godly sorrow, as 2 Corinthians 7:10-11
puts it, "For God can use sorrow in our lives to help us turn away from sin ... We
stammer, "Oh, how could I hurt the Lord like that... the One I love with all my heart
Author: Jan Gantos
Publisher: WestBow Press
As a certified inspirational and organizational life coach for the slightly frazzled... mildly burned-out... Princess of Great Destiny, Jan will inspire and encourage you, as you embark on your destiny odyssey-an odyssey God has designed, exclusively for you, His treasured Princess. She presents some Rx coaching strategies that will make room for more great “God Time.” The objective is simply this: To introduce ways a Princess can “De-Stress and De-compress” from her over-loaded, over-committed, energy-depleted, overwhelming, too busy, busy, busy, burned-out, “I need a Gallon of that Calgon Bath Time Take Me Away Stuff... life! God wants His cherished Princesses to experience “Outrageous Tickled-Pink Delight.” So, Princess of Great Destiny, even if your world appears to be falling apart at the seams, God plans on being there to share in your debut: NOW FEATURING... SPARKLING... GLITTERING... SHIMMERING... PRINCESS MOMENTS... INTRODUCING: WELL-RESTED...ENERGIZED...FOCUSED... CREATIVE...LOVING... SIMPLY AMAZING... YOU!
Alone with my sorrow and my memories . I want to have time to mourn , my way ,
and in my time . Not on a schedule of others , who seem to think there is a set
number of days you are allowed to grieve . It has become easy to tell those who ...
Author: Hamp Thomas
Publisher: Hamp Thomas
A short collection of stories and thoughts that will touch your heart. Losing a child is NOT in the natural order of life and everything changes. This collection will help you through the process. It will make you cry. It will make you think. And, it may help you remember what a gift the time you had together was. Love never dies.
How long shall I take counsel in my soul, having sorrow in my heart daily? how
long shall mine enemy be exalted over me? Psalm 13:1-2 WHEN NO ANSWER
COMES Have you ever prayed and no answer seemed to come? Have you ever
However, I would not enjoy full freedom from the sin-burden until I let Him change my heart as well. When God opened my eyes to 2 Corinthians 7:10, I wept before
the Lord and said, “I want to have godly sorrow for this sin so that I can be free ...
Author: Beth Moore
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Beth Moore's most popular trade book releases in paperback for the first time, encouraging all to overcome spiritual strongholds by incorporating key Scriptures into daily prayer.
“You have to walk that lonesome valley” would again follow those memories, and
when I would allow my heart to be ... Those thoughts and songs came to mind
because God gave us music for the ears to soothe the sorrows in our soul and to
Lord, I am praying for a better tomorrow So many people lives are filled with sorrow A few days ago another young man died As I think of this my heart still
cries Why are the young being killed everyday Tell me father, will this be the way
Author: Ebony Queen Freeman
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Poetry From My Heart Is urban poetry with a seductive twist, It keeps it real as the Artist lets her audience take a deeper look at her beliefs, desires, love , and her pain.even her thoughts on the upcoming election. Ebony Queen's First book, Loving Me...Finally started it all, Now Here is The Sequel.....
Priest . O Lord , deal not with us after our sins ; Answ . Neither reward us after our
iniquities . 1 Let us pray : O contrite heart , nor the desire of such as be sorrow ful
; Mercifully assist our prayers that we make before thee in all our troubles and ...
Our radioman came to me after his morning radio communication with Yodo. He
was all excited over something and said ... My heart was full of sorrow and my
spirit plummeted to the bottom of the abyss. How much longer would I have to
Author: Hwang Ha-Yong
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Aug 15. 1945. Korea met liberation from Japanese colonial rule but eventually divided into two parts. Jun 25. 1950. The Korean war broke out abruptly by communist of North Korea. Young refugees of north Korea birth, leaving their families behind, gathered to help UN and South Korean army for expelling Communism from Korean peninsula. They became unnamed, armed agents and infiltrated behind the enemy lines and harassed the rear. Many of them disappeared in the unknowned rivers, fields and mountains. This book is about the hided heroes who were veiled for 55 years. Through one man's life, all behind history of unknown war are finally revealed. Hwang Ha-yong was one of the unnamed, forgotten one of the Korean Guerrilla and armed agent during and after the Korean war. He became a writer. His work was made by TV and Film in Korea. He also music composer and got a famous prize. Hwang sung is the son of Hwang Ha-yong and Helped his father finishingvarious writing works. He is Historian of covered operation related the Korean war and also a Writer.
I was in continual awe of my Savior and all He had done for me. Little did I know
that God was preparing me for my life's greatest sorrow. My father, who had had
four heart attacks and cancer, died on July 7. We had known for months that he ...
Author: Janet Pope
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Janet Pope has memorized an amazing 90 chapters of the Bible, including 11 New Testament books. In His Word in My Heart, she enthusiastically shares with readers why memorizing Scripture is so important to the walk of the believer.
He brings all the fulness of His grace into trial to prove there is One who is
interested in us in our varied sorrow. He has brought Himself nearer to our hearts
in trial than at any other time, showing the perfectness of His heart of love to us.
Author: H.F. Witherby
Publisher: Irving Risch
A word on Luke 2 The service of a good man. (Acts 11: 24) From Gilgal to Bochim. (Judges 1, 2) Paul: a good conscience before God. (Acts 22) Brief word on 2 Corinthians 11, 12. Thoughts on Ephesians 1 Thoughts on Ephesians 5: 17-21 The seal and the earnest of the Spirit. (Eph. 1: 13, 14.) Testimony for Christ The guidance of grace. (Num, 9, 10.) Remarks on the Revelation Fragments Unbelief on the Way Spirituality The Holy Spirit in relation to Testimony Corporate and Individual Brief word on Genesis 17: 1-8 Psalm 25 General remarks on the Prophetic word A happy close. (2 Tim. 1: 12) Varieties in the coming glory answering to Christ's titles A Few Words More on Psalm 25 Letter on Daniel 9: 24-26 The Prospect Strength in Weakness A few words on Leviticus 16 The Lord's dealings now (Hebrews 9) The Declared Purpose, and Present Moral Processes John 8: 12, and 9: 5 compared Address to my brethren (F. W. Grant) The Burnt-offering compared with those of Atonement day Exodus "Ye serve the Lord Christ" Correspondence - the Lord's coming The last words of David Thoughts on Romans 7, 8. Our priesthood. (Num. 18: 1-19) Revelation 5 David and Solomon "Open" "Exclusivism" On Leviticus 4 and 6: 24-30 One flock, not many folds
and that sorrow is a daily and constant companion (“and [how long] have sorrow in my heart all the day?”). The external experience is the apparent certainty,
given the lord's absence, that the enemies will ultimately prevail (“how long shall
Author: Jeff Wisdom
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
A diagnosis of a stage IV cancer is quite a jolt for any family. This is the news that came to Jeff Wisdom, a husband and father in his mid-forties. When the diagnosis of an advanced cancer comes to a family, it can challenge faith and hope. Through the Valley is a biblical-theological reflection on suffering. It details what Scripture says about suffering and what God has promised, both now and in the future. It draws comfort and encouragement from some lessons learned. And it acknowledges and wrestles with some unresolved questions and issues. Jeff's reflections, as one who has endured cancer and chemotherapy, help to bridge Scripture's message and the experience of living with a deadly disease. Excerpts from his wife's journal are included to provide a window into this walk in a dark valley. This book does not address every aspect of the Bible's teaching on suffering, but it makes an important contribution to the topic of the suffering that comes seemingly unexplained as the result of living in a fallen world.