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The Sisters Vol. 2: Doing It Our Way!
Author: Christophe Cazenove
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1629915955
Pages: 96
Year: 2016-11-15
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How can two siblings who truly love each other manage to also drive each other so crazy? Well, if you have a sibling, then you already know the answer! Wendy and Maureen continue their sisterly shenanigans and manage to not kill each other as they continue to act… like sisters. Can you imagine what would happen if they didn’t love each other? While their friends know to stay out of the sisters’ way while they’re going at it, they also know what a good time can be had just by standing back and seeing what they’ll do next! It’ll surprise you—or worse, it will remind you of you and your sister!
The Sisters: Doing it our way
Author: Cazenove
Year: 2016
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"Discover the fun and funny daily lives of Wendy and Maureen, doing what sisters do the way only sisters can!,"--page 4 of cover.
The Sisters Vol. 3: Honestly, I Love My Sister
Author: William Murray
Publisher: Charmz
ISBN: 1629919918
Pages: 96
Year: 2017-10-24
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Being a little sister is a full time job for Maureen! One minute she is playing pranks, teasing, and pestering her sister, Wendy, as a good little sister should. The next minute, she is consoling the inconsolable, attempting to mend Wendy’s broken heart. Moments like these will resonate with sisters of all ages!
The History of Mother Seton's Daughters, Vol. 2
Author: Mary Agnes McCann
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 0265964091
Pages: 380
Year: 2017-10-30
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Excerpt from The History of Mother Seton's Daughters, Vol. 2: The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Ohio, 1809-1917 Dubuque, St. Louis, Nashville, and Louisville arrived in the city during the week ending May 6, 1843, on their way to the Council of Baltimore. They Visited the Asylum and schools, encouraged the Sisters and pupils, and bestowed abundant blessings upon all. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
The Sisters Vol. 1: Just Like Family
Author: Christophe Cazenove
Publisher: Papercutz
ISBN: 1629915653
Pages: 96
Year: 2016-07-12
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The million-copy French series makes its English language debut! Meet two wonderful young girls who happen to be sisters-Maureen, and her older sister Wendy. Both are full of personality and a strong sense of independence. So while they may love each other with all their hearts, it's not always easy for the two of them to be together. After all, when kids are still very young, age differences are much more meaningful. While Maureen may want to hang out with her older sister, nothing could be more embarrassing for Wendy. See how despite all odds, they still manage to get through each day without killing each other... well, at least so far! In addition to the main story, this volume features great backup features including the "Guide to Sisters", Maureen's journal entries and much more!
The Ministry of the Word, Vol. 2, No 9
Author: Various Authors
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
Pages: 85
Year: 2017-04-02
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This issue of The Ministry contains the first and second of a series of crucial messages given by Brother Lee to the co-workers in Southern California in August 1996 concerning the principles of fruit-bearing and of shepherding the young ones in corporate living. The first principle of fruit-bearing is that it is not by mass production. The second principle of fruit-bearing as seen in John 15 is that each branch bears its own fruit. As branches of Christ, our unique responsibility is to bear fruit. Brother Lee’s burden in the second message is expressed in the following excerpt: “I want to shepherd and disciple you from the Bible so you can see this matter and have a change. I am discipling you to change your concept. The God-man concept is that Christ came to save sinners, especially the top sinners....If we lose this spirit, whether we are elders, co-workers, or serving ones, we are finished. This is the main reason why we are so barren, bearing no fruit for so many years” (p. 24). Our need is to learn of the Lord to shepherd people according to His heart of love. Love covers many sins. To uncover is not love. Covering brings in blessing, but uncovering brings in a curse. The next three messages in this issue are Messages Seven, Eight, and Nine from the Crystallization-study of the Epistle to the Hebrews, which were given in the Living Stream Ministry’s Summer Training of 1998. Message Seven emphasizes the main point of Christ being our High Priest—He ministers God into us. Message Eight stresses the wonderful fact that Jesus as the Apostle came to us with God to share God with us that we might partake of His divine life, nature, and fullness so that we might be formed and constituted into His church, the house of the living God. The subject of Message Nine is the Sabbath rest, which is simply God’s satisfaction in His heart’s desire. When man is on earth expressing and representing God, God’s desire is satisfied. Lastly we include a report concerning the use of the Internet to spread the Lord’s ministry and a letter from the co-workers in the former Soviet Union concerning the usefulness of the training in the Lord’s move throughout the former Soviet Union.
Yearbook of International Organizations
Author: Union of International Associations
Pages: 1788
Year: 1997
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The London Stage: vol. 2
Year: 18??
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The Collected Letters of St. Teresa of Avila, vol 2: 1578-1582
Author: Teresa of Avila
Publisher: ICS Publications
ISBN: 093521643X
Pages: 661
Year: 2001
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Contains Letters from 1578 to 1582 Includes Biographical Sketches, Sources for the Biographical Sketches and Index. More Information This second and final volume of St. Teresa's correspondence begins with the year 1578, a most troubling time for Teresa. A keen observer of the reality around her as well as within, Teresa in these letters focuses light on many of the struggles in both the Carmelite order and the church of sixteenth-century Spain. She introduces us to major personalities who have left their mark on history. Through her letters historians gain a better knowledge of the chronology of events in Teresa's life and how she related to the diverse people she had dealings with. A number of everyday particulars that compilers and editors of those times considered unimportant are today prized. Her worries, her troubles and triumphs, her expressions of sadness and joy, are all present here. With a compelling spontaneity, these letters disclose a Teresa in a complex variety of circumstances. The extraordinary gifts of grace bestowed by God on this Spanish Madre fortified her for a demanding ministry of service which entailed heavy responsibilities and that drew her contemplative soul into a whirl of activities. Because of the limited means of travel and communication in the sixteenth century, the organization of a reform like hers, with its unavoidable business matters, had to be dealt with chiefly through correspondence, a chafing duty that became one of Teresa's greatest trials. She often repeated that letter-writing was her biggest burden, a wearisome task that cost her more than all the miserable roads and bad weather experienced on her journeys through Spain. With its endnotes, biographical sketches, and above all, fresh translation, this second volume of Teresa's Collected Letters opens again another door into the fascinating world of this saint, one of the greatest women history has known.
The Ministry of the Word, Vol. 2, No 2
Author: Various Authors
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry
Pages: 136
Year: 2017-02-17
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In this issue of The Ministry, we continue the line of fellowship on the present practice and practical outworking of the building up of the church. We include a message spoken by Brother Lee to the serving ones in the church in Taipei in 1960 on the building up and the need for consecration for the building. All the work in the New Testament is for the building up of the church as God’s habitation, and the practical building requires that we offer ourselves up in consecration to God. This consecration is twofold: According to Romans 6, it is the presenting of our specific members to live a life of sanctification and righteousness in Christ, and according to Romans 12, it is the presenting of our whole being to be the material for God’s building. The following six messages are from the first half of the Living Stream Ministry’s Summer Training of 1997, entitled The Crucial Contents of God’s New Testament Ministry. On June 9, 1997 our Brother Lee rested from his labors and went to be with the Lord. This training, which followed immediately after our brother’s departure, was a thorough review of the contents of the New Testament ministry, which he brought to us over many years. In 2 Timothy 3:14 Paul says, “But you, continue in the things which you have learned and have been assured of, knowing from which ones you have learned them.” The messages in this series are a tribute to and a reminder of the ones through whom we learned the things of God’s New Testament ministry. In this training the local churches raised up under this ministry resolved anew to continue in these things. Lastly, we report on the Lord’s move in His ministry on the earth. Letters from Berlin, Germany and Warsaw, Poland testify of the opened door in Europe through the blending of the churches and the publications of the ministry.

Having Our Say
Author: Emily Mann
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc
ISBN: 0822215020
Pages: 62
Year: 1996
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THE STORY: HAVING OUR SAY opens as 103-year-old Sadie Delany and 101-year-old Bessie Delany welcome us into their Mount Vernon, New York, home. As they prepare a celebratory dinner in remembrance of their father's birthday, they take us on a remark
The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens: Volume 2. 1840-1841
Author: Charles Dickens
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Pages: 580
Year: 1969-11-06
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Advent Review and Sabbath Herald
Year: 1972
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My Kinda Song
Author: Lacey Black
Publisher: Lacey Black Books
Pages: 383
Year: 101
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Abby Summer has been in love with one man most of her life, but he doesn’t know she exists. For years, Abby has watched him go home with woman after woman, not even noticing the one who stands loyally beside him. That’s why a dating site is the perfect solution to Abby’s problems: get over Levi and move on to someone else. She’s been by his side since they were kids, but Levi Morgan has suddenly started to see his friend in a whole new, beautiful light. She’s everything he didn’t even realize he wanted or needed…until Abby signs up for a dating site. Now, Levi has competition in a way he’s never had before. What happens when the lines between friendship and lovers begins to blur? Will Abby and Levi be able to navigate a new kinda relationship? When lies are exposed, will it threaten everything they could be together? *Though part of a series, this book can be read as a standalone. It is intended for those 18 and over due to graphic language, descriptive sex, and the world’s most inappropriate grandparents.

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