A Song In The Morning

Author: Gerald Seymour
ISBN: 9781444760170
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Jeez Curwen, a British undercover agent in South Africa reporting on the African National Congress, has received the death penalty for his part in a job in which he should never have been involved. He is incarcerated in the maximum security jail outside Pretoria, awaiting execution. By the time his son Jack, abandoned by Jeez 25 years ago, discovers that the British government has washed its hands of his father's case, Jeez has only three weeks to live. But Jack, though young and untried, is determined to see the father he has never known, and to set him free.

Song Of The Morning

Author: Pat Alexander
Publisher: Lion Pub
ISBN: 9780745937427
Size: 50.19 MB
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Here is a book for the whole family to enjoy this Easter, the year round, and for years to come. The Easter events form the climax to a story that began long before. So this book starts with the creation and spoiling of the world, God's rescue plan and the coming of Jesus. The Bible's stories of Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter Day are placed in context.

Songs Of The Morning

Author: Michael Roden
Publisher: Infinite Passion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9780965299619
Size: 28.55 MB
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The Morning Song Of Lord Zero

Author: Conrad Aiken
Size: 36.21 MB
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23 new poems and also selections from previous volumes: "A letter from Li Po", "Skylight One", and "Sheepfold Hill".

Sanctuary Of The Heart A Song Of The Morning

Author: Zimmie R. Goings
ISBN: 9780971716612
Size: 11.59 MB
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This Fall 2002 publication by Ms. Goings, is a spiritual walk . . . her "Sabbath Walks" and ventures into the heart and should. It has come from just there, she says, "from the sanctuary of my own heart and that of The Lord. It is not intended to be a textbook on worship but rather worship as I've experienced it and as my spirit has felt it . . . as I've understood it. It is those things whispered into my soul. It encompasses, in my simple words, worship as The Bible has taught it. It is about Christmas, Lent, Easter . . . the reality and nostalgia of it all. It shares feelings of the spirit that one comes to know in the sanctuary . . . and remembers those who come together there to make magnificent praise and offerings of love to our Savior. We know that one of our sanctuaries is within our own hearts. There are others: a place in a quiet wood, the dark of night beneath a sky filled with stars, a garden in our midst, the quiet of one's own." Beautifully illustrated by Doris Williams, Alexandria, Virginia.

The Morning Song

Author: John Watkins Pitchford
Size: 16.48 MB
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Morning Song

Author: Mary McKenna Siddals
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
ISBN: 9780805063691
Size: 16.61 MB
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A child's cheerful ode to the morning. Good morning, eyes. Good morning, nose. Good morning, fingers. There you are toes. A little boy wakes up early one morning and begins to greet all the things in his bedroom, from his teddy bear to his clock. As the sun rises higher and higher, so does the boy's joy, culminating in an exuberant "Good morning, good morning!" As the door slowly opens, he runs into his father's loving arms. Morning Song's lyrical, simple verse and luminous illustrations will make every child look forward to greeting the new day.

Gods Of The Morning A Bird S Eye View Of A Changing World

Author: John Lister-Kaye
Publisher: Pegasus Books
ISBN: 1605987972
Size: 11.84 MB
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A celebration of birds that reflects a year in the wild, revealing how these amazing creatures embody our changing world, by one of Britain's foremost naturalists. Gods of the Morning follows the year through the turning of the seasons at Aigas, the Highlands estate John Lister-Kaye has transformed into a world-renowned wildlife center. John's affection, wisdom and lyricism sings off every page, bringing the natural world around him to life: from the rookery filled with twenty-nine nests and distinct bird calls to descriptions of the winter morning light, from the wood mice and the squirrels preparing for winter to tracking a fox's path through the snow. In particular it brings John's lifelong love of birds—his gods of the morning—to the fore. In the Highland glens, bird numbers plummet as their food supplies—natural fruits and every kind of creeping, crawling, slithering or flying bug—begin to disappear. Not just the swallows and house martins have vanished from round the houses. Gone are the insect snatching wheatears, whinchats and stonechats from the hills, and redstarts and flycatchers have fled the woods. Pied wagtails no longer flicker across the lawns and sandpipers and grey wagtails have deserted the river banks. Farmland and hedgerow species have vanished in the night: the linnets, yellowhammers, and all the warblers have decamped from the thickets. By the first frosts the hills will have emptied down to a few hardy stalwarts such as the golden eagles, the raven and the irrepressible hooded crows. Silence settles across the land. The few species that are left frequent a changed world. Soon only the buzzards and wood pigeons will hang on in the woods and the coniferous forests will be host to flocks of chaffinches, tits, siskins, and crossbills passing through.