'A total page-turner...very moving and touching.' JACQUELINE WILSON A brilliantly funny and wonderfully warm-hearted story about love, family, and what it means to be different. Sydney thinks her mum Amy is the best mum in the world - even if she is a bit different. When everyone else kept growing, Amy got to four feet tall and then stopped right there. The perfect height, in Sydney's opinion: big enough to reach the ice cream at the supermarket, small enough to be special. Sydney's dad died when she was only five, but her memories of him, her mum's love and the company of her brave big sister Jade means she never feels alone . . . But when the family are forced to move house, things get tricky. Sydney and Jade must make new friends, deal with the bullies at their new school and generally figure out the business of growing up in a strange new town. And Sydney doesn't want to grow up - not if it means getting bigger than her mum...
This commemorative book on the Super Bowl XLVI champion will provide a visual look at the NFC Champion's road to championship glory. Through the unique words and images of an expert author or newspaper partner, this celebratory book takes readers from the season's opening kickoff in September, through the playoffs, and on to the final seconds in Indianapolis. Including nearly 100 color photographs and profiles of the team's star players and head coach, this will be an essential part of any fan's collection.
This commemorative book on the Super Bowl XLVI champions provides a visual look at the New York Giants' road to championship glory. Through the unique words and images of the New York Post, this celebratory book takes readers from the season's opening kickoff in September, through the playoffs, and on to the final seconds in Indianapolis. Including nearly 100 color photographs and profiles of Giants stars, including Eli Manning, Jason Pierre-Paul, and Victor Cruz, the keepsake book is an essential part of any fan's collection.
"Fish Food" is intended to reach and touch people in a simple way in a complicated world. Each teaching and story is intended to inspire and stir up spirits. Read these stories and allow yourself some simple, peaceful time in the Lord. You may laugh. You may cry. You may be challenged by the challenging nature of some of the teachings; but above all let the stories soak in and satisfy you! May you get "hooked" on Jesus, hooked on this book and hook some friends for Jesus today!
Crushing Strongholds, Securing Freedom in Your Life
Author: Dennis Jernigan
Worship leader Dennis Jernigan opens his heart to help you overcome the persistent problems in your life. Persistent sins. Troublesome fears. Powerful addictions. Is there any hope of overcoming these giants that keep us from experiencing God’s freedom? Dennis Jernigan enthusiastically answers, “Yes.” And he shares his personal story to show how God has helped him overcome the giants in his life. In Giant Killers you’ll meet Goliath and other giants in the Bible that represent overwhelming problems that plague everyone–fear, discouragement, shame, and more. And you’ll discover five God-given “stones” that, when fired from a sling, are sure to fell these giants. Having overcome homosexuality–a behavior pattern many consider unchangeable–Dennis Jernigan speaks with authority on the subject of defeating spiritual enemies. Through his inspiring devotional approach, you’ll draw closer to God, the source of all power for victory.
The Parable of the Sower is considered to be the most important parable because it contains the key to understanding all the parables of Jesus. This powerful book is about that parable, and it shows the reader how to gain spiritual understanding, how to become more fruitful, and how to prepare for an abundant harvest.
Targum meaning translation references the various language transliterations of the original Hebrew Torah, which were commissioned created by Temple elders. The Aramaic and Palestinian versions printed here are acknowledged to be the oldest and most widely used renderings of the ancient language translations of the original Hebrew Torah. Though they are accepted to date back to at least the first century CE, I believe them to be half a millennia older as they first came into being to accommodate the Israelites assimilation of Aramaic when exiled to Babylon in 597 BCE. It was during the 70 years of that diaspora that Aramaic became the predominant colloquial language and accepted vernacular of use by the Hebraic peoples. During this 70 years of assimilation, the Israelite's use of Hebrew as lexicon dwindled from being the primary dialect of everyday conversation, to being one of mostly scholastic application utilized intellectually by the priestly class.