Julia touched Gabriel's shoulder. “Of course Clare, like her father, ... Gabriel fell into step with Julia and the stroller, keeping a watchful eye on Clare. In that moment, with his family, ... And that was Gabriel's promise. Fin.
Author: Sylvain Reynard
New York Times bestselling author Sylvain Reynard returns with the fourth installment of the beloved Gabriel's Inferno series. When Gabriel and Julia Emerson first lay eyes on their newborn daughter, Clare, they realize life as they know it will never be the same. Gabriel has vowed to be a good father when he suddenly receives an invitation to give a series of lectures in Edinburgh, Scotland--an opportunity of high prestige—but that would mean leaving his wife and child in Boston. Hesitant to bring it up, he keeps the opportunity from Julia as long as he can, not knowing she has a secret of her own. When a frightening situation arises that threatens their new family, both parents must make sacrifices. With the family in danger, the looming question remains: Will Gabriel pursue his lectureship in Edinburgh, leaving Julia and Clare vulnerable in Boston, or will he abandon the chance of a lifetime in order to ensure his family's safety?
She fiddled with her crossed fingers and tilted her head back before speaking again, the hint of desperation in her eyes, and Alex suspected she was battling with Gabriel's promise of wealth against the very real danger—and telling them ...
Author: Jamie Carie
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Alexandria is the new Duchess of St. Easton. Her husband Gabriel has promised a wedding trip to take them to the place where her imperiled parents were last seen-- Italy and the marble caves of Carrara-- but a powerful Italian duke plots against Alex andher treasure-hunting parents. Their journey will require steadfast faith in God and each other-- a risk that will win them everything they want or lose them everything they have.
Author: Nina Henrichs-TarasenkovaPublish On: 2015-11-19
Consequently, the covenantal promises that used to be connected with the Davidic dynasty as a whole and expressed in the ... Like Zechariah, Mary raises an objection to Gabriel's promise, to which Gabriel responds by giving her a sign, ...
Author: Nina Henrichs-Tarasenkova
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Henrichs-Tarasenkova argues against a long tradition of scholars about how best to represent Luke's Christology. When read against the backdrop of ancient ways of constructing personal identity, key texts in the Lukan narrative demonstrate that Luke indirectly characterizes Jesus as the one God of Israel together with YHWH. Henrichs-Tarasenkova employs a narrative approach that takes into consideration recent studies of narrative and history and enables her to construct characters of YHWH and Jesus within the Lukan narrative. She employs Richard Bauckham's concept of divine identity that she evaluates against her study of how one might speak of personal identity in the Greco-Roman world. She engages in close reading of key texts to demonstrate how Luke speaks of YHWH as God in order to demonstrate that Luke-Acts upholds a traditional Jewish view that only the God of Israel is the one living God and to eliminate false expectations for how Luke should speak of Jesus as God. This analysis establishes how Luke binds Jesus' identity to the divine identity of YHWH and concludes that the Lukan narrative, in fact, does portray Jesus as God when it shows that Jesus shares YHWH's divine identity.
Thus the “ “ sonship " of David ' element of Gabriel's promise is fulfilled , but the fulfilment is greater than what was promised . Fourthly , to crown the development of ideas about the Kingdom , from restoration of Israel to ...
Author: Richard Bauckham
Publisher: A&C Black
Essays on scripture, tradition and reason; at the heart of every major issue confronting the life and thought of all the Christian Churches today, in honour of R. P. C. Hanson
She'd gone so far as to ask for Gabriel's promise that if it came down to it, and the only way to stop Sotiris from using her was to kill her, Gabriel would take her out himself. He'd wanted to tell her yes, if only because he knew she ...
Author: D. B. Reynolds
Publisher: ImaJinn Books
It was a time when gods walked the earth, when armies fought not for bits of land, but for the very existence of humanity. On such a battlefield, five formidable warriors stood against an evil greater than any the earth had ever seen. But evil is not an honorable foe. Betrayed by someone they trusted, the warriors were cursed, one by one, tossed into the maelstrom of time, imprisoned in stone, their freedom resting on nearly impossible conditions. Until. . . . Gabriel Halldor. . . one of the fiercest warriors the world has ever seen, but his tremendous skill can't save him from a sorcerer's curse. Trapped in stone and left lying in darkness for thousands of years, he is, at long last, brought into the sunlight of a Japanese garden, where a young girl comes to sit at his feet and read him stories as she grows to womanhood. Hana Himura. . . beloved granddaughter of a Japanese mob boss, raised to the life of a warrior. When death comes for her grandfather, he sends her to the one guardian courageous enough to protect her from a sorcerer who will stop at nothing to have her. Raphael. . . the most powerful vampire lord on earth, and the only man who can save Gabriel and Hana from an enemy who would enslave them both. Running from the certain death that awaits them in Japan, Hana and Gabriel flee to Malibu and the vampire lord her grandfather called friend. Raphael is magic and power combined, and Gabriel and Hana will need both if they're going to survive long enough to defeat their enemy and light the flame of desire that's been simmering between them for years. AUTHOR BIO: D. B. Reynolds is the RT and Epic award-winning author of the Vampires in America series of paranormal romance, and an Emmy-nominated television sound editor. D. B. currently lives in a flammable canyon near the Malibu coast, and when she's not writing her own books, she can usually be found reading someone else's.
The Promise of Daniel 9 ( v . ... 21 that even before he had finished praying , the angel Gabriel came from heaven to give Daniel an answer to his prayers . So it was powerful . ... What did Gabriel's promise mean for Daniel ?
During the period from Gabriel's promise to Mary to the birth of her son the Christ , there must have been a strangely intense interest among the angels in heaven , and anxiety as well , if seraphs know what anxiety means .
Might this not in fact be the religious touch that Jenny Gabriel requested when her parents died, ... of Eastwick for its part concludes with an unspoken invitation to recall the Word that became flesh in the child of Gabriel's promise.
Author: John McTavish
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Category: Literary Criticism
Big on style, slight on substance: that has been a common charge over the years by critics of John Updike. In fact, however, John Updike is one of the most serious writers of modern times. Myth, as this book shows, unlocks his fictional universe and repeatedly breaks open the powerful themes in his literary parables of the gospel. Myth and Gospel in the Fiction of John Updike also includes a personal tribute to John Updike by his son David, two essays by pioneer Updike scholars Alice and Kenneth Hamilton, and an anecdotal chapter in which readers share Updike discoveries and recommendations. All in all, weight is added to the complaint that the master of myth and gospel was shortchanged by the Nobel committee.
66 66 though Daniel speaks of him as the man Gabriel ; " but that must be a mistake , as he says : “ Yea , while I was ... There is just as much truth in Gabriel's promise , as there is in the stories of the fiery furnace , the lions ...
... in hope and expectation of the three central promises of the Christian faith There is the angel Gabriel's promise: “Emmanuel God is with us” (Matthew 1:23) There is Paul's promise: Nothing can separate us from the love of God ...
Author: Samuel Wells
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Marcia Owen and Samuel Wells tell the story of a community's journey into deeper dimensions of social engagement. Through prayer vigils for local victims of gun violence and friendships with both victims and offenders, Owen learned that presence was precisely the opposite of violence -- it was love. Living Without Enemies offers profound insights into what it takes to overcome powerlessness, transcend fear and engage in radical acceptance in our dangerous world.