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No Ordinary Shepherd
Author: Toni Sorenson
ISBN: 1621085627
Pages: 24
Year: 2013-10-02
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Based on a Story by Margaret E. Sangster As the sun beams brightly on the hills surrounding Palestine, one young shepherd boy thoughtfully considers the significance of the day. The child, crippled in a terrible accident, has always treasured his shepherd father's tale of that starlit night so many years before—a night filled with the wonder of angelic heralds and a tiny Bethlehem stable sheltering the chosen Messiah. Now, years since that sacred event, tales of Jesus of Nazareth's miraculous birth touch the young boy's faith.When he meets the gentle stranger in the hills—a man strangely familiar to him—the faithful young shepherd encounters a miracle of his own.
Expository Exultation
Author: John Piper
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433561166
Pages: 336
Year: 2018-04-16
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“God has appointed preaching in worship as one great means of accomplishing his ultimate goal in the world.” —John Piper John Piper makes a compelling claim in these pages about the purpose of preaching: it is intended not merely as an explanation of the text but also as a means of awakening worship by being worship in and of itself. Christian preaching is a God-appointed miracle aiming to awaken the supernatural seeing, savoring, and showing of the glory of Christ. Distilling over forty years of experience in preaching and teaching, Piper shows preachers how and what to communicate from God’s Word, so that God’s purpose on earth will advance through Biblesaturated, Christ-exalting, God-centered preaching—in other words, expository exultation.
Heart of a Shepherd
Author: Rosanne Parry
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0375892508
Pages: 176
Year: 2009-01-27
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When Brother's dad is shipped off to Iraq, along with the rest of his reserve unit, Brother must help his grandparents keep the ranch going. He’s determined to maintain it just as his father left it, in the hope that doing so will ensure his father’s safe return. The hardships Brother faces will not only change the ranch, but also reveal his true calling. From the Hardcover edition.
The Shepherd's Life
Author: James Rebanks
Publisher: Flatiron Books
ISBN: 1250060257
Pages: 304
Year: 2015-05-12
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"It's bloody marvelous." - Helen Macdonald, New York Times bestselling author of H IS FOR HAWK The Instant #1 International Bestseller Some people's lives are entirely their own creations. James Rebanks' isn't. The first son of a shepherd, who was the first son of a shepherd himself, his family have lived and worked in the Lake District of Northern England for generations, further back than recorded history. It's a part of the world known mainly for its romantic descriptions by Wordsworth and the much loved illustrated children's books of Beatrix Potter. But James' world is quite different. His way of life is ordered by the seasons and the work they demand. It hasn't changed for hundreds of years: sending the sheep to the fells in the summer and making the hay; the autumn fairs where the flocks are replenished; the grueling toil of winter when the sheep must be kept alive, and the light-headedness that comes with spring, as the lambs are born and the sheep get ready to return to the hills and valleys. The Shepherd's Life the story of a deep-rooted attachment to place, modern dispatches from an ancient landscape that describe a way of life that is little noticed and yet has profoundly shaped the landscape over time. In evocative and lucid prose, James Rebanks takes us through a shepherd's year, offering a unique account of rural life and a fundamental connection with the land that most of us have lost. It is a story of working lives, the people around him, his childhood, his parents and grandparents, a people who exist and endure even as the culture - of the Lake District, and of farming - changes around them. Many memoirs are of people working desperately hard to leave a place. This is the story of someone trying desperately hard to stay.
Andrew's Gift
Author: D. Marietta Williams
Publisher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
ISBN: 1936183463
Pages: 422
Year: 2012-04
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An eleven-year-old boy discovers that the infant born in his backyard is no ordinary child.
Medieval Art
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Eighteenth-century English Porcelain in the Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
Author: Indianapolis Museum of Art, Catherine Beth Lippert
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0936260114
Pages: 280
Year: 1987
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"This very thorough catalogue, with excellent footnotes and bibliography, firmly places the subject in its broadest context." —Apollo Covers approximately 95 pieces, representing Chelsea, Bow, Derby, Worcester, Chamberlain-Worcester, Caughley, Longton Hall, Spode, and Hilditch and Sons.
52 Weeks Through the Psalms
Author: James Merritt
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736969438
Pages: 288
Year: 2017-11-01
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Experience God's Compassion and Glorious Character in Your Life The book of Psalms is often our first choice when we're searching for comfort, mercy, or reassurance. The meeting of human emotions and divine love shines bright in every chapter. From the author of 52 Weeks with Jesus and 52 Weeks Through the Bible comes an insightful and inspiring journey through select portions of the Psalms. As you spend time contemplating the holy words of Scripture, you'll gain new levels of... understanding about the provision and power of God trust in the faithful, approachable presence of God growth in your soul's joyful response to God Enrich your relationship with the Lord of your life as you find new reasons and ways to come before him in prayer and praise.
The Sheep Breeder
Year: 1922
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American Sheep Breeder and Wool Grower
Year: 1922
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American Sheep Breeder and Wool Grower Volume XLII Number 1
Year: 1922
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New Self, New World
Author: Philip Shepherd
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583944028
Pages: 512
Year: 2011-05-31
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New Self, New World challenges the primary story of what it means to be human, the random and materialistic lifestyle that author Philip Shepherd calls our “shattered reality.” This reality encourages us to live in our heads, self-absorbed in our own anxieties. Drawing on diverse sources and inspiration, New Self, New World reveals that our state of head-consciousness falsely teaches us to see the body as something we possess and to try to take care of it without ever really learning how to inhabit it. Shepherd articulates his vision of a world in which each of us enjoys a direct, unmediated experience of being alive. He petitions against the futile pursuit of the “known self” and instead reveals the simple grace of just being present. In compelling prose, Shepherd asks us to surrender to the reality of “what is” that enables us to reunite with our own being. Each chapter is accompanied by exercises meant to bring Shepherd’s vision into daily life, what the author calls a practice that “facilitates the voluntary sabotage of long-standing patterns.” New Self, New World is at once a philosophical primer, a spiritual handbook, and a roaming inquiry into human history. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Harper's Monthly Magazine
Author: Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman
Year: 1911
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Harper's Magazine
Year: 1911
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Radical Wholeness
Author: Philip Shepherd
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1623171776
Pages: 280
Year: 2017
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This new book by the author of New Self, New Worldshows that the primary deficiency inflicted on us by our culture is the inability to feel wholeness-in the self, the body, and the world around us. Because we have been systematically trained to numb ourselves to wholeness and to confine our attention to the boundary of the self, we live in our heads, disconnected from the body and at odds with the world. We accept that it's normal to feel fragmented, reactionary, and stale. This book is a call to action to recover wholeness and to experience a new way of being. Philip Shepherd draws from neuroscience, anthropology, physics, art, and myth-as well as his extensive work as an international embodiment expert-to explain how our culture's limitations live in the body, and to help readers transcend them. Shepherd explains that the elusive qualities that we all yearn to experience-peace, simplicity, passion, grace, connection, and clarity-arise from an experience of wholeness. He highlights how, though everything is in relationship with everything else and wholeness surrounds us, blindness to it continues to manifest in our culture and our bodies. He suggests original exercises to help us reclaim the birthright of our wholeness and to experience a new way of being. He leaves readers with a fresh, renewed way of understanding their personal lives and the problems that we face as a culture, as well as a clear sense of the way forward.

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