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by Unknown Poet,Margaret Mary Stender

Free eBook Behold the Daybreak: A Silent Sound  in Prophet's Truth download ISBN: 0815805284
Author: Unknown Poet,Margaret Mary Stender
Publisher: Christopher Pub House; First Edition edition (August 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 279
Category: Religion
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality
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Book by Stender, Margaret Mary, Unknown Poet

Book by Stender, Margaret Mary, Unknown Poet. Behold The Daybreak' provides a powerful and profound message to people of any age, gender, culture, or class. Within these pages, one will find the truths and concepts that come from 'The Light. These concepts are ancient and eternal, truth and love in the purest sense exemplified by words of tolerance and forgiveness. Appreciation for all living things is evident as one reads, and learns, of the joy found in all things spiritual and natural.

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The Unknown Citizen - He was found by the Bureau of Statistics to b. The Bible is a goodly book I always can peruse with zest, But really cannot say the same For Hilton's Be My Guest. Nor bear with equanimity The radio in students' cars, Muzak at breakfast, or-dear God!- Girl-organists in bars.

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The townspeople didn’t like her, so they strung her up, Atwood said recently. Atwood is enormously well read, and is an evangelist for books she admires, especially by young writers. A decade ago, the book was banned from high schools in San Antonio, Texas, on the ground that it was anti-Christian and excessively explicit about sex.

The instruments, cryptographic, unconventional, were still and silent well, he doesn't.

The instruments, cryptographic, unconventional, were still and silent. The sphere shifted and rolled as the last of the liquid dripped from the great gash in its side. Michael Moorcock, Behold the Man. more well, he doesn't believe it. Jesus is born a deformed and mentally challenged individual who can barely express himself, repeating his name over and over.

Mary's Letter is an important item received in Silent Hill 2. The letter was written by Mary Shepherd-Sunderland while she was terminally ill and was meant to be given to James, her husband; however. The letter was written by Mary Shepherd-Sunderland while she was terminally ill and was meant to be given to James, her husband; however, it is the mystery of the letter that brings James to Silent Hill. It is already in James's inventory at the start of the game. Depending on which ending the player receives, Mary may give it to James in the "Leave" and "In Water" endings, or Maria may give it to James in the "Maria" ending.

Sexton’s titles alone often sound like dispatches from the graveyard . The Pulitzer Prize–winning 1966 collection Live or Die prepared the way for The Death Notebooks (1974) and The Awful Rowing Toward God (posthumous, 1975). These are the actual birth and death dates of Mary Gray Staples and Ralph Harvey; their daughter’s poem emerged three years after they died in quick succession. Such autobiographical details, now common in poetry, were then a cutting-edge gesture. Both poets took confessionalism to startling extremes, but The Truth the Dead Know achieves a starkness neither of them found (or perhaps sought) again.

Book by Stender, Margaret Mary, Unknown Poet
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Clandratha
'Behold The Daybreak' provides a powerful and profound message to people of any age, gender, culture, or class. Within these pages, one will find the truths and concepts that come from 'The Light.' These concepts are ancient and eternal, truth and love in the purest sense exemplified by words of tolerance and forgiveness. Appreciation for all living things is evident as one reads, and learns, of the joy found in all things spiritual and natural. It speaks of the quest of the human being to attain spiritual enlightenment and to establish a living, breathing relationship with the higher power. I believe that within these poems each person will find a key to the doorway of deeper spiritual growth; I am positive that if all people strive to embark upon such a journey that the world will be made a better place.
MEGA FREEDY
It's hard to believe that this is a first book; Ms. Stender displays a facility with words befitting a veteran wordsmith.
The book works well in two ways; first, as individual poems (some resembling miniature essays) and, second, as a unified whole. It is a "quest" book and the device of the "Unknown Poet" as guide/guru sweeps the reader up in the search for inner peace, wholeness, and serenity. The writer has a close relationship with her "Higher Power" that colors every line.
Spiritual, yes. Preachy, no.
I await the next offering from this deserving new light in the poetry firmament.