The many dreams you dream are depictions of personal change, revelations of future events or resolution to problems. This handy guide could be the key to a whole new world of understanding the ever-changing seasons of your life. Seasons will change, are you equipped to meet the new challenges and changes they bring? Your new set of instructions will help you learn: The secret to playing the game of life Why dream numerology really work How to maneuver between the seasons Your mission on earth and the objectivity of your purpose That the dream dictionary are signs from God to make you wonder Much, much more!
Pro football player Steve Jeremiah has everything he needs, except a family. The Shepherds offer a remedy for his loneliness, but his growing attraction for Heather means they will both have to make changes that they may not be ready for.
Ecclesiastes 3 says there is a time and a season for everything and then lists those points in our lives when we experience the good and the bad. Lifes ups and downs are all a part of, and determined by, the spiritual seasons in which we find ourselves. In Walk in Your Season, author Anita Wamble shares a scriptural-based look at how these seasons affect our lives. She discusses how we spiritually enter a new season (spring), journey through trials and tribulations (summer), bloom (autumn or harvest), and go into dormant (winter) seasons as God dictates. Using everyday items such as seeds, soil, land, water, and tools to discuss spiritual seasons, spiritual planting, spiritual sowing, and spiritual reaping, Walk in Your Season helps you identify your current season, accept the season youre in, walk in your current season as you prepare for the next season, and prepare yourself for your harvest season. Through the essential elements of prayer, Gods word, praise, and obedience, Wamble shares what shes learned about the seasons to let others know theres more to their lives than what they are living and to help them achieve their God-given destinies.
Journey of Seasons is a thirty-year journey walk through my life. God was with me through most of the seasons, then there were some it was just me alone. As you read, I want you to "live for today, for tomorrow is not a guarantee." While reading this book, you will experience the pain I felt through my divorce, anxiety of wanting to commit suicide, the beautiful love of losing my great-grandmother, and my dad's dying of cancer. Psalms 23:4 has always been my go-to verse. My hope is that in your prayer time, whatever you are dealing with, you set that aside and let God help you see the bigger picture. Remember always that he will never give you anything you can't handle. Let love share your pain and your pain show grace. May Journey of Seasons be the light and give you the comfort for whatever season you are walking through.
Seasonal Snowpacks examines the processes which control the chemistry of seasonal snowcover and provides detailed information on the biogeographical distribution of snow (e.g. urban, alpine snowpacks), snow composition (e.g. micropollutants, stable isotopes) or the physical and biological processes which influence the chemical changes in snow (e.g. wind, microbiological activity). The fluxes of chemicals at the snow-atmosphere and snow-soil interfaces are examined, as are processes which modify composition within the snowcover. It is the first book in which the reader will find a comprehensive overview of the theoretical concepts, latest measurement techniques, process-oriented research methods, and models of studies in snow chemistry. The linkages between snow chemistry, atmospheric chemistry and hydrology will make this book of use to both research workers and students in the physical and biological sciences and to natural resource management personnel.
How does a rainbow form? What causes it to snow? What makes the wind blow? This adorable reference book introduces young children to every aspect of weather and answers the questions curious kids want to know! Always an important topic for young kids, they'll learn how all the various types of weather systems work, from droughts and deserts to snowflakes and blizzards. Stories are accompanied by 100 colorful photos that capture the awe and wonder of our natural world. This charming book is sure to capture kids' imaginations and become a favorite at storytime, bedtime, and anytime.
THE SEASONS WITHIN is an eye-opening debut novel that compels the reader to trust the unfamiliar, the unknown...to trust for that is when you shall receive. Jonathon has only just moved to New Zealand, the outlook for him feels as bleak as the frozen winter landscape until he befriends local boy Taylor. United by their youthful curiosity and appetite for mystery, they are drawn relentlessly to their meeting place- an eerie park that conceals unearthly secrets. There, under the guidance of a reclusive sage, they are given insights into Nature and the human condition as they are initiated into the Ancient Chinese teachings known as 'the Elements of Man'. The unlikely pair are propelled on a powerful quest for understanding where they encounter mystical creatures and energies. With the unfolding of the seasons, the secrets of the park and of Nature itself, are revealed to them as they teeter towards a test of their own faith and courage. The Seasons Within meshes past and present, the physical and metaphysical, to produce an enchanting tale that illuminates as it entertains.
China’s most sophisticated system of computational astronomy was created for a Mongol emperor who could neither read nor write Chinese, to celebrate victory over China after forty years of devastating war. This book explains how and why, and reconstructs the observatory and the science that made it possible. For two thousand years, a fundamental ritual of government was the emperor’s “granting the seasons” to his people at the New Year by issuing an almanac containing an accurate lunisolar calendar. The high point of this tradition was the “Season-granting system” (Shou-shih li, 1280). Its treatise records detailed instructions for computing eclipses of the sun and moon and motions of the planets, based on a rich archive of observations, some ancient and some new. Sivin, the West’s leading scholar of the Chinese sciences, not only recreates the project’s cultural, political, bureaucratic, and personal dimensions, but translates the extensive treatise and explains every procedure in minimally technical language. The book contains many tables, illustrations, and aids to reference. It is clearly written for anyone who wants to understand the fundamental role of science in Chinese history. There is no comparable study of state science in any other early civilization.