Some days, the news seems too much to bear. Yet another tsunami or earthquake or flood or fire or war atrocity. One more gun-toting madman stalking young people in idyllic Norway or moviegoers in Colorado or schoolchildren in Newtown, Connecticut. We turn off the news only to get a phone call about expectant parents with a stillborn baby, or a loved one whose cancer has returned. If we have faith in God, it gets shaken to the core. What was God doing in the moment when that tragedy could have been prevented? If we can't trust God to keep our children safe or our loved ones from dying in agony, what can we trust God for? In his classic book WHERE IS GOD WHEN IT HURTS?, Philip Yancey gave us permission to doubt, reasons not to abandon faith, and practical ways to reach out to hurting people. Now, with new perspectives and stories gathered across nearly twenty-five years, once again he tackles the hard questions head-on. His visits to three places in 2012 raised the old problems with new urgency. More veteran pilgrim than curious journalist in his later years, Yancey faces with his trademark honesty the issues that often undermine faith, yet he emerges with comfort and hope. Along the way, he shows that Christians have an important role to play in bringing healing to a deeply wounded world. There are hopeful reasons to ask, once again, the question that never goes away...
Then some personal misfortune occurs that calls into question all that he believes
. Whereis this loving Godat such a time? ... Thequestion, though,never goes away
– notforme, notfor anybody. Wekeep groping towards light while living in ...
Author: Philip Yancey
Publisher: Hachette UK
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
Their generation is going to above all , for the rule of law . amazing debate , and
today we close deask their parents and ... That ernment acted unconstitutionally ,
this have supported earlier versions of this question never goes away .
Author: United States. Congress
Your father used to be away nights , did he not ? Answer . No , sir ; not that I know
of . Question . You never knew it ? ... Question . Do you know what made him go
away ? Answer . No , sir ; he did not tell me . Question . He went away very ...
Join a grandmother as she weaves a magical tale of how her granddaughter received a “boo-boo”. A story told one afternoon is a treasure forever.
I ask you the question, so I can learn.” A boo-boo's a thing That shouldn't be there
. Not on my neck, Not anywhere.” “You've given ideas now, I'll do my best, to write
you a story with zing and with zest.” “A story that's happy, nothing that's sad.
Author: Virginia A. Ward
Category: Juvenile Fiction
He talks about his fragile health , And tells me of the pains He suffers from a
score of ills Of which he ne'er complains ; And how he struggled once with death
To keep the fiend at bay ; On themes like those away he goes But never goes
The problem of belonging is a question which never goes away for most of us ,
but for the books ' respective heroes , it at times paralyses them . Each young
man must discover , for example , to which “ group ” he most owes allegiance , by
Category: Children's literature, Canadian
He has only two clear minutes to ask this important question in , and he must get
to it . It is not easy ; it must seem abrupt , anyhow . “ I want to make my future , to
make it sure , as far as one can make anything sure , before I go away .
Author: Puck (pseud.)
A. I don't understand that question ; if they would not be called out they would
never go away . Q. Didn't you discharge a presser that was working for you for six
years ? A. No , sir ; I did not discharge him . Q. What did you do to that presser
Author: New York (State). Board of Mediation and Arbitration
Category: Arbitration, Industrial
The Embankment was almost deserted ; there was not a policeman in sight — no
one he could question . ... There was a cry — and he held her in his arms ! She
struggled to be free . Let me go ! Let me go ! He never relaxed his hold ... For God
' s sake , come away ! No . He calls my soul to Him . Let me go ! Do not keep me !
I asked Him upon my knees whether I might go to Him , and He told me I might .
Author: Charles Hamilton Aïdé
She has promised to go somewhereshe - " “ Stay a moment , ” says Dolly , laying
a detaining hand upon her dress . ... But if — if it is a question of right or wrong ,
do not ask meask Daisy . ... No , no ; Mamsey won ' t go away — never again !
They go down into the deepiarters of an hour , according to the tide , water , into
what we call the lower part of Lynn ecause the current runs very strong ... Do you
think that the Lynn fish , the one [ pointing to the 6 - inch sole ) . that is bred in the
Wash , never goes away from 917 . ... I would not like to answer that question .
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Category: Great Britain
This paragraph-to-essay level worktext uses personal narrative as the touchstone for student writing, ranging from the personal to the persuasive. Every chapter opens with an engaging personal narrative, written by a professional, on an important life concern. Students then draw on their personal experiences to write as they progress through increasingly complex paragraph structures. Every chapter models the writing process and then prompts students to practice one of 10 different prewriting techniques.
Right away, the writer is telling you "who" or "what" the sentence is going to be
about. ... Memory never quite goes away. Memory ... To find the subject of a
sentence that is a question, turn the question into a statement and then find the
Author: Diane Fitton
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division
This is the book that helps you help yourself. By working through straightforward question-and-answer sections, you will effect change and make real progress in your life. 1000 Questions covers confidence and self-esteem, personal values, time, stress, anxiety and relaxation, dealing with the past, depression, loss and grief, happiness, joy and creativity, relatioships and communication.
you didn't realise what opportunities you had until they went away again, that you
never appreciated what you had until you lost it. What do I really want? is a scary
question, and it would be nicer just to ignore it. It never goes away, however.
Author: Alyss Thomas
... which never goes away of itself . Every sin committed must be deleted by being
brought under the action of the sin - condensing love of God . It may be forgotten ,
but it remains till that operation expunges it . — Yours ever truly , T . ERSKINE ...
Author: William Angus Knight
There are bizarre moments when we feel like strangers to ourselves. Through an investigation of Heidegger’s concept of uncanniness, Katherine Withy explores what such experiences reveal. She shows that we can be what we are only if we do not fully understand what it is to be us, and points toward what it is to live well as an uncanny human being.
Further, this risk never goes away; we never definitively answer the question of
what it is to be ownedly uncanny. Because (our) being always withdraws from us,
we are always at risk of misunderstanding ourselves. In other words, because we
Author: Katherine Withy
Publisher: Harvard University Press
'Tomorrow Starts Today' is all about daily spiritual renewal. Rather than focusing on what tears you down, this daily devotional sets your sights on those things that will build you up, that will encourage you to look heavenward, and will show you how to draw strength from God--the eternal reservoir that never runs dry. Each devotion also includes a short Scripture passage that parallels the day's main thought. God's grace and love will become evident as you discover His strength and guidance day by day.
Jesus ' question to Peter , “ Do you love me ? " is one that you can answer only by
measuring your obedience to what He asks of you ( see John 21 : 17 ) . Listen to
the quiet echo of that question which never goes away , “ Do you love me ?
Author: Harold J. Sala
Publisher: Barbour Pub Incorporated
On the 10th of December the deshow very few cases throwing light upon this
question , fendant examined the eye again ... and receiving no calls from the
plaintiff cian should never go away and leave his practice with went away ,
leaving his ...
Author: Frank Pierce Foster
Ancient Greece was the cradle of philosophy in the Western tradition. Meet the Philosophers of Ancient Greece brings the thoughts and lives of the pioneers of Western philosophy down from their sometimes remote heights and introduces them to a modern audience. Comprising seventy essays, written by internationally distinguished scholars in a lively and accessible style, this book presents the values, ideas, wisdom and arguments of the most significant thinkers from the world of Ancient Greece. Commencing with Thales of Miletus and continuing to the end of the Ancient Period of philosophy by way of Heraclitus, Parmenides, Protagoras, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Archimedes, Epictetus this book explores the major contributions of each philosopher as well as looking at archaeological and historical sites where they lived, worked and thought. This book is an outstanding introduction to the world of the philosophers of Ancient Greece.
Whilethis particular way ofstructuring the subject was never universal, these three
questions seem to me to go to the heartof what philosophy is.They are questions
that never go away. Of course, over the centuries philosophers have come up ...
Author: Dr Patricia F O'Grady
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
You will never , her hand . never go away again , Carissimo mio ? ” Lettice ,
stayed against a tree a few paces • Why , why , what about the lovely big doll off ,
looked away at the sun - lit sea , apparently I was to bring ? ” he returned . quite ...
Category: Children's literature, English
The ideas was gone , because that would make her which Lela , in her
unconscious simsorry , up there , in heaven . ... and after that ing that her
husband had died suddenly , she would never go away and leave us six months
before ; that , feeling her ... death to be approaching , she had very And then she
startled him again with anxious thoughts about her only remainthe sudden
question : Papa , don't ...