This Level 2 nonfiction reader will show kids what happens to their pet during a trip to the vet's office. Visit to the Vet includes all original photos featuring all kinds of pets during an appointment with the vet. These photos show the animals throughout their entire vet visit, from the waiting room to the check-up room and more!
"For our battle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the world powers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavens." We, as Soldiers in the Army of God, are under constant attack. Think about what happened to Job when Satan was given permission to test him. As far as we can see from scripture, Job is never given an explanation for what happened in his life - he may have had to console himself with that bleakest of soldierly observations: "Stuff Happens." We have to prepare ourselves for when The Lord allows "stuff" to happen in our lives. This book help the Christian who wants to be better prepared for spiritual warfare, and to become well-equipped to defend, and protect, himself as he runs his daily missions. In this book we will review, and begin training in, the combat gear that was mentioned by General Paul, in his letter to the Soldiers at Ft. Ephesus. This will begin with an in-depth look at the Full Armor of God. First by looking at the equipment of the 1st century legionnaire, as the Apostle Paul observed while under house arrest in Rome. Next we will examine the equivalent gear as carried by a modern Infantry Soldier. Finally, we will consider the spiritual implications of the gear, and see how it is to be applied, in a rubber-meets-the-road manner.
This book is about the British film-maker Lindsay Anderson. Anderson was a highly influential personality within British cinema, mostly famous for landmark films like This Sporting Life (1963) and If...(1968). Lindsay Anderson Revisited deals primarily with hitherto unexplored aspects of his career: his biographical background in the British upper class, his devoted film criticism, and his angry relationship to contemporary society in general. Thus, the book contains chapters about his childhood in India, his writings about John Ford, his relationship to French star Serge Reggiani, his work on TV in the 1950s, his troubles with the British film establishment, and his gradually emerging preoccupation with being Scottish, not English. Also featured are chapters written by close friends of Anderson, who died in 1994, dwelling on his penchant for controversy and quarrel, but also on his remarkable artistic talent and commitment.
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