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God's Sanctuary in the Wilderness - Patterns of Things in Heaven By Robert Fodge
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God's Sanctuary in the Wilderness is commonly referred to as the Tabernacle. This commentary covers (verse by verse) the material in Ex 25:1-30:38 and consists primarily of color illustrations and... More > drawings of every item that God commanded Moses to make. In addition, the items God commanded to be made were patterns of "things in heaven" according to Paul as he wrote in the book of Hebrews. The commentary is intended for assisting in the study of the King James Bible.< Less
Perl By Keith Gilbert
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"She stopped in mid sentence, her eyes on Perl’s movements. Perl slowly took off the white gloves exposing translucent flesh with patterns of purple and pink beneath.  Eve’s... More > hands went to her mouth as Perl’s hands were exposed. They each had two longish fingers and a thumb with the ends of each digit slightly bulbous. The muscles and tendons of Perl’s hands could be seen through the flesh. Perl pulled down the scarf over its face and slowly pulled back the hood of the garment.  Eve’s eyes widened as Perl exposed its head which looked like it had evolved from an amphibious ancestor in the same way humans may have evolved from a common ancestor of chimpanzees." Have you met Perl yet? https://www.facebook.com/Perl-362409304186696/ “Perl is a fascinating read and a completely different 'take' on 'exploring our universe’" Aaron McLoughlin - NLP Consultant< Less
Alaska Days with John Muir By S. Hall Young
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IN the summer of 1879 I was stationed at Fort Wrangell in southeastern Alaska,... — very green and very fresh — to do what I could towards establishing the white man's civilization among... More > the Thlinget Indians. I had very many things to learn and many more to unlearn. Thither came by the monthly mail steamboat in July to aid and counsel me in my work three men of national reputation — Dr. Henry Kendall of New York; Dr. Aaron L. Lindsley of Portland, Oregon, and Dr. Sheldon Jackson of Denver and the West.... Standing a little apart from them as the steamboat drew to the dock, his peering blue eyes already eagerly scanning the islands and mountains, was a lean, sinewy man of forty, with waving, reddish-brown hair and beard, and shoulders slightly stooped. He wore a Scotch cap and a long, gray tweed ulster, which I have always since associated with him, and which seemed the same garment, unsoiled and unchanged, that he wore later on his northern trips. He was introduced as Professor Muir, the Naturalist...< Less

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