How many people have asked themselves and others. Why are there so many people so angry, enraged and with so much hate for group of people that are not as them, that they go out and hurt, kill some of them when they come across one of them? Why are there so many men abusing, hurting and killing their wife, their children and other people? Are we only blind to our own rights that we are not giving other people the right they deserve and should get? Why are there so many young girls getting pregnant and when they have their babies they abandon them or kill them? Why are there so many young women becoming prostitutes? Why are there so many boys and girls born different than others? Here you will find the answer to many questions that the teachers don't teach in school, churches or the people who goes door to door preaching don't tell them. Here you will read about why there is so much anger, hate, rage, many young boys and girls failing in life, mothers destroying the lives of their children and why so many men are destroying so many lives. After you read this book you will see life very different, be a better parent. Understand why there are so many people angry, enraged,full of hate, what happened to those men who committed so terrible crimes and why they did it.
Yes, you do want to be closer to God. You want the love of God and you want to show God that you love him. And, praise God, you can be as close to him as you want to be , for James 4:8 says, “Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you.” The Word of God, the Bible, shows you exactly how to do this. This book, Imperativity, simply condenses the verses that pertain to this subject and brings them to light. A Bible verse that expecially brings this to light is Revelation 22:14, which says, “Blessed are they that do his commandments...” The definition for New Testament Biblical Imperativity is found in the following verses: I John 2:3-6 And hereby we do know that we know him, if we keep his commandments. He that saith, ‘I know him’, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. But whoso keepeth his word, in him verily is the love of God perfected: hereby know we that we are in him. He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.
Reprint of the third edition. It was common during the eighteenth century to promote the study of Roman and comparative law for its liberalizing effect on the student of the common law. Wood's New Institute was the best attempt to promote this goal. It went through four editions in 1704, 1712, 1721 and 1730 and was the standard Anglo-American treatise of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries and a well-thumbed reference for jurists who wished to add an element of civilian learning to their work, such as Joseph Story. Wood also considers its role as an auxiliary to English law. As the title suggests, it is not only a summary of Roman law adapted to the needs of students of English law, but also a pioneering essay in comparative law. Wood pays some attention as well to Roman law's influence on the historical development of English law. Indeed, he observes that "Fleta and Bracton would look very naked if every Roman lawyer should pluck away his [sic] feathers" (ix).
"The Sacred Writings Of ..." provides you with the essential works among the Early Christian writings. The volumes cover the beginning of Christianity until before the promulgation of the Nicene Creed at the First Council of Nicaea. Every single volume is accurately annotated, including * an extensive biography of the author and his life This edition contains all 82 epistles that the Bishop of Carthage wrote, as well as the following treatises: Treatise I. On the Unity of the Church. Treatise II. On the Dress of Virgins. Treatise III. On the Lapsed. Treatise IV. On the Lord's Prayer. Treatise V. An Address to Demetrianus. Treatise VI. On the Vanity of Idols Treatise VII. On the Mortality. Treatise VIII. On Works and Alms. Treatise IX. On the Advantage of Patience. Treatise X. On Jealousy and Envy. Treatise XI. Exhortation to Martyrdom, Addressed to Fortunatus. Treatise XII. Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews. The Seventh Council of Carthage Under Cyprian. Treatises Attributed to Cyprian on Questionable Authority. On the Public Shows. On the Glory of Martyrdom. Of the Discipline and Advantage of Chastity. Exhortation to Repentance.
An invigorating 1861 account of a Jewish Christian convert's missionary work in the Middle East, India, Africa and the USA.