|Statement||Ashok Vajpeyi ; translation from Hindi by K.B. Vaid ... [et al.].|
|Genre||Translations into English.|
|Contributions||Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2007/00375 (P), PK2098.42.A365|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2008306361|
This is a very Catholic, 17th century point of view. For him it is all about preparing yourself for eternity and, in true Catholic style, how you fare in your eternal life depends on how you lived your time on earth. It is really a book about the connection between your time on . Get this from a library! Eternity takes time: a book of love and desire. [Aśoka Vājapeyī; Krishna Baldev Vaid]. 3) Across time (Across Time series) 4) Across eternity (Across Time series) This book is the ongoing saga of Henri Durand and Amelie Durand/Betrand (aka Sarah Stewart) In this book, we fall in love with the charming Henri and his time hopping beauty, Sarah (Amelie)/5. Eternity takes care of shipping goods from one point in time to another, but, more importantly, "takes care" of history, as well. The people behind this institution are Observers (who collect data in different time periods), Computers (who analyze the data and determine reality changes), Technicians (who carry out computers orders to change Cited by:
This is how Eternity the book was born. The book takes us from the begining of time, to the possible future of Mankind. An important subject in the book is religion and beliefs. Summary. In this Book Augustine assesses the nature of time itself and discusses how it relates to the eternity of God. At the beginning of the Book he tells his readers that the arguments are both intricate and difficult, and that he has to appeal for God to help. William Craig's book, Time and Eternity, takes on the problem of time and how God must relate to time and makes the topic as intelligible and accessible as I think possible, even while thoroughly discussing and evaluating the different theories of time. As Craig notes in his foreword, this is a book for Christians, and it is clear that some /5(31). Verse - He hath made every thing beautiful in his (its) time. "Everything:" (eth hacol) does not refer so much to the original creation which God made very good (Genesis ), as to the travail and business mentioned in ver. All parts of this have, in God's design, a beauty and a harmony, their own season for appearance and development, their work to do in carrying on the majestic.
And Eternity is the final conclusion of the series, ending with the ultimate Incarnation, the Incarnation of God. (Note: Im not counting Under a Velvet Cloak here.) While the first five books were solid on their own right, For Love of Evil really gave an entirely new perspective on /5. Discover the classic story of the Rich Man and Lazarus taught by Jesus Christ with whole new eyes in this new graphic novel from bestselling author Randy Alcorn. Written by Alcorn and illustrated by artist Javier Saltares, Eternity takes readers on a journey into the realm of first century Jerusalem and then ultimately into two shockingly different spiritual dimensions. pages, softcover/5(8). Time is the One Talent. Time is the one universal endowment of all will creatures; it is the "one talent" intrusted to all intelligent beings. You all have time in which to insure your survival; and time is fatally squandered only when it is buried in neglect, when you fail so to utilize it as to make certain the survival of your soul. Failure to improve one's time to the fullest extent. All it takes is just one insect, one bacteria or one small virus to end our life, and then eternity. Truly, life is short, Hell is hot and eternity is a long time! Oh, listen my .