The Sunday School Helper

The Sunday School Helper

Then they received him gladly , and he preached Jesus boldly in Jerusalem , the place where he had done his most bitter ... Peter went from place to place and visited all the churches where Jesus had been preached as the CHRIST , and at ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:AH6AX1

Category: Christian education

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Peter s Perfect Prayer Place

Peter s Perfect Prayer Place

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Author: Stephen Kendrick

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781433688652

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Can you help Peter find the perfect place to pray? Peter is used to seeing his mom pray in her special prayer room, and now you can help him search for his own place to pray—Peter's perfect prayer place. Is it under his bed? Up in his treehouse? Between the pots and pans? Where can God hear him best? There's lots of fun as Peter looks and looks, but in the end, he learns that although it's great to have a special place to be alone with God and pray, God hears you no matter where you are—under, up, or in between! This companion book to the movie War Room will teach young readers an important lesson about talking to God.
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Imaginary Conversations

Imaginary Conversations

We who are out of place are suspected of innovation ; or are well - meaning men , but want practice . i XII . PETER THE GREAT AND ALEXIS . Peter . And so , after flying from thy father's house , thou hast returned again from Vienna .

Author: Walter Savage Landor

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ISBN: MINN:319510021748468

Category: Imaginary conversations

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Postal Pleasures

Postal Pleasures

Mary Smith is the first one to open it, years and years after its return, and she is the person who reads those most personal and painful of words in place of Peter himself, and she reads it in the place to which he was begged to ...

Author: Kate Thomas

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199755745

Category: Literary Criticism

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In 1889 uniformed post-boys were discovered moonlighting in a West End brothel frequented by men of the upper classes. "The Cleveland Street Scandal" erupted and Victorian Britain faced the possibility that the Post Office-a bureaucratic backbone of nation and empire-was inspiring and servicing subversive sexual behavior. However, the unlikely alliance between sex and the postal service was not exactly the news the sensational press made it out to be. Postal Pleasures explores the relationship between illicit sex and the Royal Mail from reforms initiated in 1840 up to the imperial end of the nineteenth century. With a combination of historical details and literary analyses, Kate Thomas illustrates how the postal network, its uniformed employees, and its material trappings-envelopes, postmarks, stamps-were used to signal and circulate sexual intrigue. For many, the idea of an envelope promiscuously jostling its neighbors in a post boy's bag, or the notion that secrets passed through the eyes and fingers of telegraph girls, was more stimulating than the actual contents of correspondence. Writers like Anthony Trollope, Eliza Lynn Lynton, Henry James, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Conan Doyle, and others, invoked the postal system as both an instrument and a metaphor for sexual relations that crossed and double-crossed lines of class, marriage, and heterosexuality. Postal Pleasures adds a new dimension to studies of the era as it uncovers the unlikely linkage between the Victorian Post Office and the queer networks it inspired.
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Peter

Peter

1 Peter reflects that change; yet even here, eyes are set, hopefully, on the horizon, and much of the epistle is devoted to an exhortation to prudent and seemly conduct with that end in view. How 2 Petertakes its place within this ...

Author: Fred Lapham

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780567263179

Category: Religion

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This book critically examines all the early and important Petrine pseudepigrapha to identify a distinctive Petrine theology which, it is believed, was later swamped by the tide of western orthodoxy. Despite the diversity of the books and tractates, ranging from Jewish-Christian writings to avowedly Gnostic works, a remarkably consistent Petrine tradition does emerge; and Peter is shown essentially to be neither the impetuous, undiscerning, and even vacillating figure portrayed in the Gospels and Acts, nor the magisterial and pontifical figure of later Church tradition, but a visionary who was concerned above all to hold together both the moral and cognitive aspects of the Faith.
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Chambers s Encyclopaedia

Chambers s Encyclopaedia

92 PETERHOF PETER'S - PENCE variety is so much used for monumental purposes . Peter Martyr ( Ital . Pietro Martire Vermiglo ) , The Keiths , Earls Marischal , were superiors of the Reformer , was born in Florence , September 8 , place ...

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ISBN: WISC:89119129468

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Redemption Songs

Redemption Songs

Once captors and captive arrived in the woods, in a place under some cover, Peter was disengaged from the horse's tail, though his arms remained bound. Baird mounted the horse and left, leaving Peter guarded by the others.

Author: Lea VanderVelde

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199378289

Category: History

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The Dred Scott case is the most notorious example of slaves suing for freedom. Most examinations of the case focus on its notorious verdict, and the repercussions that the decision set off-especially the worsening of the sectional crisis that would eventually lead to the Civil War-were extreme. In conventional assessment, a slave losing a lawsuit against his master seems unremarkable. But in fact, that case was just one of many freedom suits brought by slaves in the antebellum period; an example of slaves working within the confines of the U.S. legal system (and defying their masters in the process) in an attempt to win the ultimate prize: their freedom. And until Dred Scott, the St. Louis courts adhered to the rule of law to serve justice by recognizing the legal rights of the least well-off. For over a decade, legal scholar Lea VanderVelde has been building and examining a collection of more than 300 newly discovered freedom suits in St. Louis. In Redemption Songs, VanderVelde describes twelve of these never-before analyzed cases in close detail. Through these remarkable accounts, she takes readers beyond the narrative of the Dred Scott case to weave a diverse tapestry of freedom suits and slave lives on the frontier. By grounding this research in St. Louis, a city defined by the Antebellum frontier, VanderVelde reveals the unique circumstances surrounding the institution of slavery in westward expansion. Her investigation shows the enormous degree of variation among the individual litigants in the lives that lead to their decision to file suit for freedom. Although Dred Scott's loss is the most widely remembered, over 100 of the 300 St. Louis cases that went to court resulted in the plaintiff's emancipation. Beyond the successful outcomes, the very existence of these freedom suits helped to reshape the parameters of American slavery in the nation's expansion. Thanks to VanderVelde's thorough and original research, we can hear for the first time the vivid stories of a seemingly powerless group who chose to use a legal system that was so often arrayed against them in their fight for freedom from slavery.
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The Sunday school World

The Sunday school World

Peter on the Housetop . - Peter went up ... to pray , v . 9. ] The writer now turns our attention to Peter . The “ sixth hour ” would be about noon , or from 9 A.M. to 12 m . The housetop was the most quiet and retired place to be found ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015073328935

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renovatio urbis

renovatio urbis

60 The second association relates to the relics of St Peter. As the place of judgement, instituted through papal intercession, the Palazzo dei Tribunali should be seen, in both topographical and symbolic terms, as a stage in the ...

Author: Nicholas Temple

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136736476

Category: Architecture

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Examining the urban and architectural developments in Rome during the Pontificate of Julius II (1503–13) this book focuses on the political, religious and artistic motives behind the changes. Each chapter focuses on a particular project, from the Palazzo dei Tribunali to the Stanza della Segnatura, and examines their topographical and symbolic contexts in relationship to the broader vision of Julian Rome. This original work explores not just historical sources relating to buildings but also humanist/antiquarian texts, papal sermons/eulogies, inscriptions, frescoes and contemporary maps. An important contribution to current scholarship of early sixteenth century Rome, its urban design and architecture.
Categories: Architecture

The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe

The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe

To open therefore the true sense of the Scripture in the places aforesaid , and The place first to begin with ... Peter , answering for them all ( as he was always ready to answer ) , said , “ Thou art Christ the Son of the living God .

Author: John Foxe

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ISBN: OXFORD:555090433

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