"Wilmer points out how silence gives meaning to words, dreams, thought, action and music. From his long experience as a Jungian analyst, he weaves his ideas into an eminently practical treatise on the phenomenology of silence.
With many references to literature as well as his personal life experiences and crises, he offers a readable and important new story of the universal and spiritual significance of silence in a world of jackhammer noise."
- from the Preface by Joseph Henderson
In this world of fear, trials, and loneliness we often feel adrift--like we're still searching for a place where we can truly make ourselves at home. There's a longing for something more, something that makes us feel like we belong, something that resonates perfectly with who we were made to be. This longing is no small thing to be brushed off and forgotten--it's a guidepost letting us know we were made for another world. Earth is not our home. But it's close.
What we long for is the new earth, the place God has been preparing for our eternity with him. In Home, Elyse Fitzpatrick explores heaven and the afterlife, demonstrating that our final destination is not some dull, featureless space in the clouds, but rather a perfected earth. It's a real, physical place that we'll explore with real bodies. A place of beauty and wonder and free of all death and decay.
No need to chase a bucket list. On the new earth there will be no end of glorious sites and amazing activities, and we'll never run out of time to do them all. Includes questions for group discussion.
You will find a good amount of family and farm experience included between these covers as well, and hopefully you will find a satisfying supply of personal refreshment from these cooling “sprinkles.”
The traces lead to the family castle, to a scary couple in the Neukölln Rollberg district and to the vampire club “Carpe Jugulum”. And Roxana will not be the only bloodless body with vampire teeth.
In the meantime, the relationship between Lisa and Fabian has to weather first storms. The chief inspector has doubts whether her colleague really is the right thing for her. Suddenly another man arrives on the scene…
Through Much Tribulation is a story of God’s sustaining hand despite Satan’s attempts to inflict pain and suffering on the human race. Much like Job, Gerhard and his family lost all of their earthly possessions and went through great trials and tribulations, yet they learned to rejoice and thank God for His many blessings, both big and small.
Julian Treuherz lebte in Manchester, bevor er nach Liverpool kam, um die Walker Art Gallery und die Lady Lever Art Gallery zu leiten. Er ist ein Experte für viktorianische Kunst und erhielt 2009 den Ehrendoktor der Universität Liverpool. Julian Treuherz is an adopted Scouser. He was born in Littleborough, Lancashire and worked in Manchester before coming to Liverpool to direct the Walker Art Gallery and the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. An expert in Victorian art, he received an honorary degree from the University of Liverpool in 2009. Peter de Figueiredo ist in Liverpool geboren. Als Architekt hat er sich umfassend mit den Gebäuden der Stadt beschäftigt. Inzwischen hat er ein eigenes Beratungsbüro für historische Bebauung. Peter de Figueiredo's family has been in Liverpool for over 200 years. He trained as an architect before working for the city of Chester and for English Heritage. He has developed an unrivalled knowledge of the architecture of Liverpool and the North West, and now has his own consultancy as an adviser on historic buildings.