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Searching for Rose (eBook, ePUB)
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Courageous and vulnerable, April has survived Philadelphia's tough city streets. But when her sister disappears, April's search will lead her to the Pennsylvania Amish countryside-where the peaceful setting belies a brand of danger all its own . . . With a childhood shattered by alcoholism and abandonment, April learned the hard way to trust only herself and her younger sister, Rose. But suddenly, Rose is gone without a word-and April's purpose in life is to find her. She has only one ally: Joseph Young, a handsome Amish man with whom she's struck up an unlikely flirtation in the bakery where she works. He's knowledgeable, steadfast-and when they join forces, April's life takes a radical turn . . . In the heart of Amish farm country, April and Joseph grow closer. Yet April fears there's no future for them. Especially when vicious, too-personal warnings and strange attacks make her wonder just whom Joseph is really trying to protect. And as her unconventional investigation roils a community with much to conceal, April will find some secrets are killer-and some dreams may be too lethal to trust . . . Visit us at

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Stand: 06.07.2020
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Searching for Rose (eBook, ePUB)
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Courageous and vulnerable, April has survived Philadelphia's tough city streets. But when her sister disappears, April's search will lead her to the Pennsylvania Amish countryside-where the peaceful setting belies a brand of danger all its own . . . With a childhood shattered by alcoholism and abandonment, April learned the hard way to trust only herself and her younger sister, Rose. But suddenly, Rose is gone without a word-and April's purpose in life is to find her. She has only one ally: Joseph Young, a handsome Amish man with whom she's struck up an unlikely flirtation in the bakery where she works. He's knowledgeable, steadfast-and when they join forces, April's life takes a radical turn . . . In the heart of Amish farm country, April and Joseph grow closer. Yet April fears there's no future for them. Especially when vicious, too-personal warnings and strange attacks make her wonder just whom Joseph is really trying to protect. And as her unconventional investigation roils a community with much to conceal, April will find some secrets are killer-and some dreams may be too lethal to trust . . . Visit us at

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Searching for Love: Begehren (eBook, ePUB)
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Eine entschlossene Geschäftsführerin und ein milliardenschwerer Playboy auf einem arrangierten Date - können die beiden ihre Romanze inmitten des Schneesturms genießen oder endet alles in einer vorherbestimmten Katastrophe?

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Searching for the Messiah (eBook, ePUB)
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An award-winning historian of religion examines the role a "messiah" plays in Western culture, from its pre-Christian roots to modern interpretations of a savior. Over the centuries, people have longed for a messiah, whether a religious figure such as Jesus, a political leader, or even in popular culture. The messianic quest emerges most acutely during difficult times when people experience a sense of powerlessness and desperation. But the concept of a messiah-a savior-has its root in the writings of ancient Judaism and early Christianity, evolving from an anointed leader to universal savior. Wilson turns to a little understood pre-Christian text, The Psalms of Solomon, which set the stage for messianic expectation just prior to the birth of Jesus. Known today only to a handful of scholars-in marked contrast to the "Song of Solomon"-this important writing was composed not by a King, but by a devout 1st century BCE Jew who witnessed terrible atrocities under brutal Roman rule.This crucial work tells us what a messiah is and what he must do. Jesus directed his followers to search for "the messiah within" in his parables. Paul changed the concept of "the messiah," to "the Christ," when presented to Gentiles instead of Jews. Jesus was no longer a Jewish messiah but a Hellenistic divine avatar. In Searching for the Messiah, Wilson reveals how this collective search for messiahs throughout modern human history has been fundamentally flawed. Jesus himself rejected the idea of an external fixer, instead formulating his teachings to focus on the role of the individual, their choices, and their actions. Searching for the Messiah is revelatory and illuminating work of scholarship that will challenge and inspire.

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Searching for Love: Begehren (eBook, ePUB)
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Eine entschlossene Geschäftsführerin und ein milliardenschwerer Playboy auf einem arrangierten Date - können die beiden ihre Romanze inmitten des Schneesturms genießen oder endet alles in einer vorherbestimmten Katastrophe?

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Searching for the Messiah (eBook, ePUB)
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An award-winning historian of religion examines the role a "messiah" plays in Western culture, from its pre-Christian roots to modern interpretations of a savior. Over the centuries, people have longed for a messiah, whether a religious figure such as Jesus, a political leader, or even in popular culture. The messianic quest emerges most acutely during difficult times when people experience a sense of powerlessness and desperation. But the concept of a messiah-a savior-has its root in the writings of ancient Judaism and early Christianity, evolving from an anointed leader to universal savior. Wilson turns to a little understood pre-Christian text, The Psalms of Solomon, which set the stage for messianic expectation just prior to the birth of Jesus. Known today only to a handful of scholars-in marked contrast to the "Song of Solomon"-this important writing was composed not by a King, but by a devout 1st century BCE Jew who witnessed terrible atrocities under brutal Roman rule.This crucial work tells us what a messiah is and what he must do. Jesus directed his followers to search for "the messiah within" in his parables. Paul changed the concept of "the messiah," to "the Christ," when presented to Gentiles instead of Jews. Jesus was no longer a Jewish messiah but a Hellenistic divine avatar. In Searching for the Messiah, Wilson reveals how this collective search for messiahs throughout modern human history has been fundamentally flawed. Jesus himself rejected the idea of an external fixer, instead formulating his teachings to focus on the role of the individual, their choices, and their actions. Searching for the Messiah is revelatory and illuminating work of scholarship that will challenge and inspire.

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Stand: 06.07.2020
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The Queen of Poor Choices
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The Queen of Poor Choices ab 9.49 € als epub eBook: The journey of an ordinary woman Searching for love. . . Searching for hope. . . Searching for God. . .. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Religion,

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Stand: 06.07.2020
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Searching for Bow and Arrows (eBook, ePUB)
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This collection of 28 poems by Tatiana Rebecca Shrayer won second place in Stone Soup Magazines 2019 Book Contest. Shrayer's Searching for Bow and Arrows is about the weight of history-one's own personal, familial history as well as the history of politics and nations-and a nostalgic longing for a homeland that both is and isn't home. In her spare, formal poems, Shrayer probes the thin veil between the past and present, focusing on the natural world as a bridge between the two: "Drops / of saltwater / arranged / like letters / on an ancient scroll."

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Stand: 06.07.2020
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Job Searching in Pandemic Times (eBook, ePUB)
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With her pulse on the fast-changing employment scene, Donna Cornell applies decades of experience in recruiting and as a career mentor creating this results-oriented guide to help during your Job Search. Ms. Cornell, a highly successful entrepreneur, has been a driving force within the professional search, career counseling and life skills industries. A published author, she is listed in Who's Who of the World and recognized by numerous organizations for her exceptional accomplishments. She offers advice including:Creating the plan to find the job you want.One-on-One interview strategies.Powerful video interviewing techniques.How to find the hidden opportunities.Navigating applicant tracking systems.Getting noticed to become the candidate of choice.Whether our current times can be labeled a pandemic, depression or economic downturn, the advice in this book can change your life.

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Stand: 06.07.2020
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