3 edition of The window in the wall found in the catalog.
The window in the wall
Ronald Arbuthnott Knox
|Statement||by Ronald A. Knox.|
|LC Classifications||BX2215 K63 1957, BX2215 K63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 130 p.|
|Number of Pages||130|
Genre/Form: Sermons: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knox, Ronald Arbuthnott, Window in the wall. London, Burns & Oates . The Window Story. The author of the window story, "The Window Through Which We Look," is unknown, but the lesson it teaches speaks to each of us and is a great Bible illustration for lessons, sermons, devotions or family worship time.
The bedroom had two windows, and because they were adding on, one was removed. It left a big gaping hole in the wall. The walls in the original part of our home are plaster and hard to patch, so the opening was made into a built-in bookshelf. Here is when we discovered the bookshelf’s former life as a window opening. "The Window" by Jeanette Ingold is about a young girl named Mandy who loses her sight after being in a car crash. The crash also killed her mother, and now Mandy goes to live with elderly relatives who she never knew existed. How will Mandy deal with her blindness?Reviews:
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The window in the wall;: Reflections on the Holy Eucharist Hardcover – January 1, by Ronald Arbuthnott Knox (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Ronald Arbuthnott Knox.
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Window in the Wall, The. Loading zoom. As the city lies on the brink of battle, Talia’s aunt meets two foreigners with news that could change the lives of Talia’s family forever. She must decide what she believes and have faith stronger than the walls of her city to survive what is coming.
A YA mystery -The Window centers around twins Jess and Anna and Anna’s untimely death resulting from a fall outside her bedroom window. Jess makes it her mission to find out about her twin’s secret life and the mystery surrounding her death. The entire book begs the question-how well can you know a person, even your own twin?/5().
The Window in the Wall follows young Talia as she faces the fear and dangers of a strange army approaching her city, Jericho. The true story of Rahab and the fall of Jericho weaves together with this tale of Talia, Rahab’s niece, and her family.
The Window in the Wall. by Megan Tobias. Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Photo Book. Price: $ Add to Cart Preview Book. Share Book About the Book. Two brave young girls from different times help to save both of their worlds from invasion.
Features & Details. Window In The Wall-(paperback) love, laughter, tears - a memoir. by June Skinner Peacock. "And now he is standing on the other side of this very wall; now he is looking through each window in turn, peering through every chink.
I can hear my true love calling to me, Rise up, rise up quickly, dear heart, so gentle, so beautiful, rise up and come with me.". The Window In the Wall Ginny Merritt BJU Press Oct The Window In The Wall is a biblical fiction story, for children and young adult.
Talia is a young girl living inside the Walls of Jerico, a young girl who deals with a lot of the problems young girls deal with nowadays like boys who tease her, but she is also a young girl whose Aunt.
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“There is a window on the wall” is fine if you're talking about a free-standing wall (like, say, the Berlin Wall or the Great Wall) on top of which has (for reasons unknown) been left an unfitted window lying or standing about.
In any realistic scenario, though, it doesn't make much sense. A suburban matron, harassed by wartime domestic problems - her husband is overseas - finds herself implicated in the murder of her young daughter's extremely unattractive beau. This novel is about maternal love and about the heroine's relationship with those around her, especially her children and her maid/5().
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