Silver Cross

20 Apr 19
Headline English

Hey brothers and sisters. Today I want to share a little bit more about Jesus’ sacrifice. On previous posts I published some basic vocabulary about the Holy Week. I recommend que você os leia antes de continuar, because this text is longer com objetivo de te ajudar to practice your reading skills. Vocabulário sobre Semana […]

20 Apr 19
Horse Racing Highlights

     On Friday April 12th, it’s the 31st running of the Maker’s 46 Mile at Keeneland Racecourse, Lexington, Kentucky. First run in 1989 as the Fort Harrod Stakes, this race was renamed the Maker’s Mark Mile in 1997, the Maker’s 46 Mile in 2012 when being sponsored by the American wine distillery company, Maker’s Mark. […]

20 Apr 19
Shifting Lines

The day after I gave the other Marauders the notebook we hid out in one of the secret corridors, one of the ones we were sure nobody else knew about. We threw a blanket down on the stone floor and I used a spell to make it fluffier, comfier. Once we were all seated, I […]

20 Apr 19
beautifullybelovedsite

“Then one of the Twelve — the one called Judas Iscariot — went to the chief priests and asked, “What are you willing to give me if I hand him over to you?” So they counted out for him thirty silver coins. From then on Judas watched for an opportunity to hand him over.”   […]

20 Apr 19
od review

Good Morning, America (Volume One)Photographs by Mark PowerGOST Books, London, 2019136 pp., 12 foldouts,57 color illustrations, 12.5 X 9.6 in.£45Reviewed by Robert Dunn Good Morning, AmericaBy Mark Power The dream springs eternal. Hit the highway (preferably along fabled Route 66) and discover America. Jack Kerouac did it, so did Robert Frank . . . Wait, […]

20 Apr 19
WORD by Logos

This is part of a syndicated series for Lent 2019 with Harvard’s Christian Journal Ichthus. Visit Ichthus at http://www.harvardichthus.org By Bradley Yam, Saybrook ’21. Bradley is majoring in Ethics, Politics and Economics YOSEF: Greetings! What is a young woman like yourself doing on a road such as this outside the city almost at the tenth […]

20 Apr 19
Four Hearts Academy

Rum and Pan round the corner together, weapons in plain sight. Instantly, a number of citizens. Rum and his new companion simply ignore the stares and press forward, winding through the concourse of the train station. They’re halted by a pair of guards before they can turn in the direction of the baggage claim.      […]

20 Apr 19
Talia's Joy

Today is the first day of the LORD’s Passover Feast. It is my favorite of the Feast days of Israel, perhaps because it was the first I became acquainted with, but also because of its rich symbolism and its close ties with the coming of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. Every year we celebrate it but […]

20 Apr 19
PEACEMAKERS

The Pagan Easter Holiday vs Jesus the Passover Lamb Who Rose From the Dead by WF White In shopping malls across the USA, that large throne where Santa Claus sat is still warm, and the Easter Bunny has already moved in and taken up shop. I walked through a couple of different malls recently and I watched as the people […]

20 Apr 19

Trailer: https://youtu.be/mwgUesU1pz4 Fewer than ten seconds pass in Under the Silver Lake before its first coded message appears. In the form of stylized drawings of a unicorn, a tiger, a snake, and a lion, all preceding the opening shot and at first seem inexplicable, even in hindsight, until you realize that the first letter of […]

20 Apr 19
THE IMPERIALIST

“I don’t consider ‘Postmodernism’ and ‘Naturalism’ to be oppositional literary (life)styles; they are tools. I keep both in my tool kit and deploy them as I see fit. Both approaches represent ancient traditions, in any case.” In 1966, the Murchesons moved to a better part of Golders Park, a lateral shift of no more than […]

20 Apr 19
Cerebral-Overload

NEW YORK, April 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today at the 2019 New York International Auto Show, Hyundai introduced its all-new 2020 Venue, the latest SUV to join its growing product lineup. Venue is packed with a host of premium driver safety and convenience technologies and is the perfect fit for those seeking a seamless combination of style and […]

20 Apr 19
The Dutch Napoleon of Wargame!

This painting guide is focused on the uniforms of the late Prussian ‘national’ army and not on the transitional period and the Russian campaign. After  the battles of Jena, Auerstädt and Eylau a defeated Prussia had a shattered army. Organization, staff and uniforms were modernized to meet 19th century standards. The Prussians remained neutral in […]

20 Apr 19
TrueTelangana

The majestic High Court building on the banks of the Musi river is a symbol of everything that the Nizami city of Hyderabad is known for. The historic building is a landmark on the Musi and completes its 100 years. The centenary celebrations were celebrated on Saturday. Built of pink granite and sandstone in the […]

20 Apr 19
Wolfmans Cult Film Club

So it’s that time again when the dreamboys or The Video Store Action Heroes as we sometimes go by join forces and unleash a choice selection of our movie rental memories. Now where this is of course a very fun excursion, its not without its dangers, yep I said it, dangers. It’s a tightrope that […]

20 Apr 19
Rabblerouserruminations's Weblog

What a fabulous week we had in Lexington, Kentucky, with our family. The nickname of The Bluegrass State is well deserved – the grass there really is beautiful. As are the vistas of horses in their pastures just about everywhere you go. Being at the Kentucky Horse Park was amazing. It is a beautifully laid […]

20 Apr 19
Hervey Bay Presbyterian Church

Bible Readings Luke 24:1-2 Acts 13:26-39 Numbers 33:3-4 Introduction My dear brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, It is not uncommon for us, when we hear that someone died, to ask, “How old was he/she?” The younger a child was when it died evokes in us unspeakable emotions.  If the person was very old, there […]