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Xulon Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 306 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Prophet Joseph Patrick Oyone Meye brings a complete summary of each of the gripping moments of the life and Epistles of St. Paul into a single account and so gives us a living picture of the Apostle himself and the circumstances by which he was surrounded. The short biography of the Apostle is compiled from the Bible within two sources: First, his own letters, and secondly, the narrative in the Acts of the Apostles. The latter, after a slight sketch of his early history, supplies us with details of his middle life; and his Epistles afford much subsidiary information concerning his missionary labors during the same period. This book is an outstanding text on the Apostle Paul, his times and lands in which he labored to bring the Gospel of Christ, and also a way to personalize Jesus AFTER His resurrection through the life and words of St. Paul, Apostle Thirteen. This in the attempt to gift all of us alive today and future generations with insights that bring our understanding about Christ into better focus. About the author: ABOUT PROPHET JOSEPH: My name is Prophet Joseph Patrick Oyone Meye and am a servant of Abba! Father God Almighty, made scribe of Jesus Christ, and a Minister of the Word. I am called by the grace of Almighty God, to be a Prophet unto HIM for the Nations to the Nations, not from men nor through man, but through Jesus Christ and God the Father. I was born a native of Gabon, in west central Africa, and was the former 1 tennis and Davis Cup player in the country for several years. I was summoned to leave my country for Paris France to pursuit my tennis career, and there the Lord began to get my attention in many ways. However, it was in Gabon that I felt a calling on my life but in Paris France as the Lord was continually getting my attention; I knew for certain that God wanted to do something with me but did not understand it. God caused me to leave Paris France to come to the United States of America where the Lord Christ Jesus revealed my calling as a Prophet unto Him and thus Anointed me to the office of Prophet and ever since I have been forged by my commitment unto Him. I am married to Evangelist Nostalia Oyone Meye, and we live in Los Angeles California. We believe in the entire Bible (66 Books) as the Sacred Writings breathed out by God through human being divinely inspired by the Holy Spirit for the sake of our Salvation, revealing Gods Will to Mankind by which through Christ, man might in the Holy Spirit have access to HIM and came to share in the Divine Nature through this revelation. Amen FUNCTION and DESCRIPTION: Workmanship for Christ Jesus but Independent in the Religious Institution, principally in the Body of Christ. Prophet, Seer, called and Anointed by Almighty God to the office of Prophet. Received from God through Christ by the Holy Spirit a unique perspective and understanding of the will of God over the lives of individuals, career, ministries, communities and nations. Sought by many for Divine directions and counsel. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Xulon Press, Xulon Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 376 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.Prophet Joseph Patrick Oyone Meye brings a complete summary of each of the gripping moments of the life and Epistles of St. Paul into a single account and so gives us a living picture of the Apostle himself and the circumstances by which he was surrounded. The short biography of the Apostle is compiled from the Bible within two sources: First, his own letters, and secondly, the narrative in the Acts of the Apostles. The latter, after a slight sketch of his early history, supplies us with details of his middle life; and his Epistles afford much subsidiary information concerning his missionary labors during the same period. This book is an outstanding text on the Apostle Paul, his times and lands in which he labored to bring the Gospel of Christ, and also a way to personalize Jesus AFTER His resurrection through the life and words of St. Paul, Apostle Thirteen. This in the attempt to gift all of us alive today and future generations with insights that bring our understanding about Christ into better focus. About the author: ABOUT PROPHET JOSEPH: My name is Prophet Joseph Patrick Oyone Meye and am a servant of Abba! Father God Almighty, made scribe of Jesus Christ, and a Minister of the Word. I am called by the grace of Almighty God, to be a Prophet unto HIM for the Nations to the Nations, not from men nor through man, but through Jesus Christ and God the Father. I was born a native of Gabon, in west central Africa, and was the former 1 tennis and Davis Cup player in the country for several years. I was summoned to leave my country for Paris France to pursuit my tennis career, and there the Lord began to get my attention in many ways. However, it was in Gabon that I felt a calling on my life but in Paris France as the Lord was continually getting my attention; I knew for certain that God wanted to do something with me but did not understand it. God caused me to leave Paris France to come to the United States of America where the Lord Christ Jesus revealed my calling as a Prophet unto Him and thus Anointed me to the office of Prophet and ever since I have been forged by my commitment unto Him. I am married to Evangelist Nostalia Oyone Meye, and we live in Los Angeles California. We believe in the entire Bible (66 Books) as the Sacred Writings breathed out by God through human being divinely inspired by the Holy Spirit for the sake of our Salvation, revealing Gods Will to Mankind by which through Christ, man might in the Holy Spirit have access to HIM and came to share in the Divine Nature through this revelation. Amen FUNCTION and DESCRIPTION: Workmanship for Christ Jesus but Independent in the Religious Institution, principally in the Body of Christ. Prophet, Seer, called and Anointed by Almighty God to the office of Prophet. Received from God through Christ by the Holy Spirit a unique perspective and understanding of the will of God over the lives of individuals, career, ministries, communities and nations. Sought by many for Divine directions and counsel. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Xulon Press, Benson Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 188 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.6in. x 0.7in.AN EXPOSITION FOR CHRISTIANS AND PAGANS by C. IRVING BENSON. Originally published in 1938. Contents include: FOREWORD . . . . . . . vii CHAPTER I GOD HAS A PLAN FOR EVERY LIFE 1 II CONFESSION is GOOD FOR THE SOUL 18 III IF THY BROTHER HATH AUGHT AGAINST THEE . . . . 30 IV THE FOUR ABSOLUTES . . . 44 V BE STILL AND KNOW . . . . 58 VI DONT BE AN Ass! 74 VII LIFE CHANGERS ALL . . . . 89 VIII Lo, HERE is FELLOWSHIP! . . . 102 APPENDIX A THE SECRET OF VICTORIOUS VITALITY . . . . - 115 B MY TEXT 129 C MY WITNESS 143 D QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS . . . . 151 IF THIS COUNSEL OR THIS WORK BE OF MEN, IT WILL BE OVERTHROWN: BUT IF IT BE OF GOD, YE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OVERTHROW THEMj LEST HAPLY YE BE FOUND EVEN TO BE FIGHTING AGAINST GOD. GAMALIEL. FOREWORD: THE CROSS IN LAKELAND. IN all the glory that is England no place has been so chanted by poets and nature lovers as the Lake country in Cumberland and West morland that district which Lowell aptly called c Wordsworthshire. Where else in the world is beauty more thickly sown where is there such unity in variety as in the sweep of landscape which greets the eye from the shores of Coniston or from Kirkstone Pass Wordsworth, the laureate of Lakeland loveliness, has described the eight valleys seen from the top of Scawf ell, diverging like spokes from the nave of a wheel. The scenery of Lakeland is a succession of delightful surprises and of ever changing forms and colours. Rugged mountains rise amid velvety valleys; there is the sparkle of myriad waterfalls and the shimmer of ruffled lakes 5 glowing foxgloves and other wild flowers in rich profusion bedeck verdant carpets of ferns and lichen-covered rocks are adorned with colours of vivid beauty. Little wonder that such seers as Wordsworth, Southey, Coleridge, De Quincey, Arnold and Ruskin fed their souls in this earthly paradise and littered its winding ways and woodland paths with memories of their presence and poetic thought. Wordsworth was born in Lakeland, It gave him his cradle, his home and his grave. He loved it with a deep, penetrating, interpreting love. Every tiniest flower was full of deepest suggestion to him. He listened to the music of its running streams, to the song of the skylark and the cuckoos call, to the whispering leaves and the wind in the trees and caught the deeper accents of a voice divine and saw the Unseen in the seen. A SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE On a summer day in the year 1908 there came to this haven of quietness and tranquil beauty a clergyman from Philadelphia, smitten with a sense of failure and futility. He was a Lutheran minis ter, sick at heart because of the felt lack of the power of God in his life and ministry. A man cannot give what he does not possess and the high calling of the ministry is to give men God. Religion must be infectious it is, as Dean Inge insists, caught rather than taught. Of all the wretched men in this world, the most to be pitied is a minis ter spiritually uncontagious. He may be an elo quent preacher, an efficient organizer, a social success, but if he is a failure in the main issue of his life, he is of all men the most miserable. This pilgrim, Dr. Frank Buchman, went to Lakeland seeking if haply he might find the secret of the missing power. Not in the many meetings of the Keswick Convention, instinct with spiritual ity though they were, did he gain that for which he was hungering. Not yet was his heart open and receptive. Then one afternoon he attended a service in a little chapel outside Keswick town and there to a congregation numbering less than twenty an unknown woman, a m This item ships from multiple locations. 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[EAN: 9781443730471], Neubuch, [PU: General Books], History|Historical Geography, BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Eight Points of the Oxford Group, C Irving Benson, Text extracted from opening pages of book: THE THE AN EXPOSITION FOR CHRISTIANS AND PAGANS Bj C. IRVING BENSON HUMPHREY MILFORD OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS CATHEDRAL BUILDINGS, MELBOURNE LONDON, EDINBURGH, TORONTO BOMBAY AND MADRAS 1938 the p$ ner( il Pf* t Qffice, Melbourne, for transmission m 4hr9ulfftij&& fast us** book Wholly set up and printed in Australia by Brown, Prior, Anderson Pty. Ltd., Printcraft House, 490 Little Bourke St., Melbourne, C. I, 2948. PAGE FOREWORD . . . . vii CHAPTER I GOD HAS A PLAN FOR EVERY LIFE 1 II CONFESSION is GOOD FOR THE SOUL 18 III IF THY BROTHER HATH AUGHT AGAINST THEE . . . . 30 IV THE FOUR ABSOLUTES . . . 44 V BE STILL AND KNOW . . . . 58 VI DON'T BE AN Ass! 74 VII' LIFE CHANGERS ALL . . . . 89 VIII Lo, HERE is FELLOWSHIP! . . . 102 APPENDIX A THE SECRET OF VICTORIOUS VITALITY . . . . - 115 B MY TEXT 129 C MY WITNESS 143 D QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS . . . . 151 IF THIS COUNSEL OR THIS WORK BE OF MEN, IT WILL BE OVERTHROWN: BUT IF IT BE OF GOD, YE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OVERTHROW THEMj LEST HAPLY YE BE FOUND EVEN TO BE FIGHTING AGAINST GOD. GAMALIEL. FOREWORD THE CROSS IN LAKELAND IN all the glory that is England no place has been so chanted by poets and nature lovers as the Lake country in Cumberland and West morland that district which Lowell aptly called c Wordsworthshire.' Where else in the world is beauty more thickly sown where is there such unity in variety as in the sweep of landscape which greets the eye from the shores of Coniston or from Kirkstone Pass? Wordsworth, the laureate of Lakeland loveliness, has described the eight valleys seen from the top of Scawf ell, diverging like spokes from the nave of a wheel. The scenery of Lakeland is asuccession of delightful surprises and of ever changing forms and colours. Rugged mountains rise amid velvety valleys; there is the sparkle of myriad waterfalls and the shimmer of ruffled lakes 5 glowing foxgloves and other wild flowers in rich profusion bedeck verdant carpets of ferns and lichen-covered rocks are adorned with colours of vivid beauty. Little wonder that such seers as Wordsworth, Southey, Coleridge, De Quincey, Arnold and Ruskin fed their souls in this earthly paradise and littered its winding ways and woodland paths with memories of their presence and poetic thought. vii viii THE CROSS IN LAKELAND Wordsworth was born in Lakeland, It gave him his cradle, his home and his grave. He loved it with a deep, penetrating, interpreting love. Every tiniest flower was full of deepest suggestion to him. He listened to the music of its running streams, to the song of the skylark and the cuckoo's call, to the whispering leaves and the wind in the trees and caught the deeper accents of a voice divine and saw the Unseen in the seen. A SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE On a summer day in the year 1908 there came to this haven of quietness and tranquil beauty a clergyman from Philadelphia, smitten with a sense of failure and futility. He was a Lutheran minis ter, sick at heart because of the felt lack of the power of God in his life and ministry. A man cannot give what he does not possess and the high calling of the ministry is to give men God. Religion must be infectious $ it is, as Dean Inge insists, caught rather than taught. Of all the wretched men in this world, the most to be pitied is a minis ter spiritually uncontagious. He may be an elo quent preacher, an efficient organizer, a socialsuccess, but if he is a failure in the main issue of his life, he is of all men the most miserable. This pilgrim, Dr. Frank Buchman, went to Lakeland seeking if haply he might find the secret of the missing power. Not in the many meetings of the Keswick Convention, instinct with spiritual ity though they were, did he gain that for which he was hungering. Not yet was his heart open THE CROSS IN LAKELAND ix and receptive. Then one afternoon he attended a service in a little chapel outside Keswick town

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: Benson Press], AN EXPOSITION FOR CHRISTIANS AND PAGANS by C. IRVING BENSON. Originally published in 1938. Contents include: FOREWORD .... . . . vii CHAPTER I GOD HAS A PLAN FOR EVERY LIFE 1 II CONFESSION is GOOD FOR THE SOUL 18 III IF THY BROTHER HATH AUGHT AGAINST THEE . . . . 30 IV THE FOUR ABSOLUTES . . . 44 V BE STILL AND KNOW . . . . 58 VI DON'T BE AN Ass! 74 VII ' LIFE CHANGERS ALL . . . . 89 VIII Lo, HERE is FELLOWSHIP! . . . 102 APPENDIX A THE SECRET OF VICTORIOUS VITALITY . . . . - 115 B MY TEXT 129 C MY WITNESS 143 D QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS . . . . 151 IF THIS COUNSEL OR THIS WORK BE OF MEN, IT WILL BE OVERTHROWN: BUT IF IT BE OF GOD, YE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OVERTHROW THEMj LEST HAPLY YE BE FOUND EVEN TO BE FIGHTING AGAINST GOD. GAMALIEL. FOREWORD: THE CROSS IN LAKELAND. IN all the glory that is England no place has been so chanted by poets and nature lovers as the Lake country in Cumberland and West morland that district which Lowell aptly called c Wordsworthshire.' Where else in the world is beauty more thickly sown where is there such unity in variety as in the sweep of landscape which greets the eye from the shores of Coniston or from Kirkstone Pass? Wordsworth, the laureate of Lakeland loveliness, has described the eight valleys seen from the top of Scawf ell, diverging like spokes from the nave of a wheel. The scenery of Lakeland is a succession of delightful surprises and of ever changing forms and colours. Rugged mountains rise amid velvety valleys there is the sparkle of myriad waterfalls and the shimmer of ruffled lakes 5 glowing foxgloves and other wild flowers in rich profusion bedeck verdant carpets of ferns and lichen-covered rocks are adorned with colours of vivid beauty. Little wonder that such seers as Wordsworth, Southey, Coleridge, De Quincey, Arnold and Ruskin fed their souls in this earthly paradise and littered its winding ways and woodland paths with memories of their presence and poetic thought. Wordsworth was born in Lakeland, It gave him his cradle, his home and his grave. He loved it with a deep, penetrating, interpreting love. Every tiniest flower was full of deepest suggestion to him. He listened to the music of its running streams, to the song of the skylark and the cuckoo's call, to the whispering leaves and the wind in the trees and caught the deeper accents of a voice divine and saw the Unseen in the seen. A SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE On a summer day in the year 1908 there came to this haven of quietness and tranquil beauty a clergyman from Philadelphia, smitten with a sense of failure and futility. He was a Lutheran minis ter, sick at heart because of the felt lack of the power of God in his life and ministry. A man cannot give what he does not possess and the high calling of the ministry is to give men God. Religion must be infectious it is, as Dean Inge insists, caught rather than taught. Of all the wretched men in this world, the most to be pitied is a minis ter spiritually uncontagious. He may be an elo quent preacher, an efficient organizer, a social success, but if he is a failure in the main issue of his life, he is of all men the most miserable. This pilgrim, Dr. Frank Buchman, went to Lakeland seeking if haply he might find the secret of the missing power. Not in the many meetings of the Keswick Convention, instinct with spiritual ity though they were, did he gain that for which he was hungering. Not yet was his heart open and receptive. Then one afternoon he attended a service in a little chapel outside Keswick town and there to a congregation numbering less than twenty an unknown woman, a mVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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