The believer does not receive automatically the Holy Spirit neither after his conversion nor after the baptism.. It is the wish and prayer to God of the believer to receive the Holy Spirit as can be recognized by all the aforementioned examples..
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From that we can see that all other situations, like conversion, baptism , prayer of brothers and sisters, laying hands upon them and also the sermon only then can really cause the blessing with the gift of the Holy Spirit when the individual believer himself asks the Lord for the Holy Spirit.. The reception of the Holy Spirit: We believe that he is the Son of God, and that by faith in Him, repentance, baptism , receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost and continuing devotion, we can become our best selves and return to live with God..
When Jesus received the baptism of repentance from John the Baptism, showing solidarity with the repentant people — He without sin and with no need for conversion — God the Father made his voice heard from heaven:. Jesus receives approval from the heavenly Father, who sent him precisely that he might accept to share our condition, our poverty.. Sie waren nicht auf den Herrn Jesus, sondern auf die Taufe des Johannes getauft..
And here the impression could arise that these 12 men did not receive the Holy Spirit because they had the wrong baptism.. As we already repeatedly could notice further above, not baptized believers have after all continually received the Holy Spirit.. Eulogies, which were written and published on the occasion of birthdays, baptism , wedding, inauguration, anniversaries or death, form a unique biographic source..
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Issued by the National Committee, Unemployed Councils, proceeds presumably went to aid the unemployed and anti-hunger organizations. Not found in OCLC. Original poster, offset printed in black on white stock, measuring Lorne Bair Rare Books ]. Bruccoli, TITN was published in three separate printings in The book is clean, tight and square, with rubbing and fading to gilt lettering on spine and a previous owner's bookplate on the front pastedown.
The dust jacket has light edge wear and creasing, a significant chip at top of spine and smaller ones at base of spine and back panel. In spite of this, the colors are vibrant on the front panel and only modestly dimmed on spine. A rare book in any jacket whatsoever, this one much nicer than usually found, and with no restorations at all. Fitzgerald's late masterpiece, and many consider his finest work.
Very good condition, slightly Seltener Privatdruck. Scarce publication about the avatngarde book cover design by the Czech artist and writer Josef Capezl. Tschechisch Sehr gutes Exemplar. Very good condition, slightly [Attributes: With an Introduction by Dorothy Canfield. The true first edition of Blixen's first book, her proper debut and "the most astonishing and perhaps greatest literary work of art from between the wars". This literary masterpiece was originally published in America, as it is here, then in the UK later the same year, and in a re-written edition in Danish in The legendary Danish writer, Karen Blixen-Finecke pseudonym: They soon moved to Africa, where they ran a coffee-farm near Nairobi, and the happiest years of Blixen's life were spent here she used to say: After she had returned to Denmark, she began preparing some of the stories she had been working on in Africa for publication.
She used the pseudonym Isak Dinesen the name Isak is derived from the Hebrew Itzhak, which means "he laughed", and Dinesen was her maiden name so that the public would think she was a man - in order to be taken seriously as a writer. Although written under a male pseudonym, the book was still not met with instant appreciation. Karen Blixen then offered the tales to the editor Constant Huntington at Putnam's in England, but he turned them down; luckily, her brother was well connected and within two years, his acquaintance, the American writer Dorythy Canfield who wrote the introduction for the first edition , succeeded in having the book of stories published by Robert Haas and Harrison Smith later Random House in America.
Blixen's first book became a success, was elected Book-of-the-Month-Club, and was published by Putnam's later the same year. It established her reputation and laid the foundations for her further writings, financially as well as literally. She translated the tales into Danish and published them thus in Karen Blixen's first book, the collections of Gothic Tales, were quite unusual at the time.
They take place about a hundred years before the time in which they were written and they tend towards the gloomy and the grotesque. They were meant to startle, but not fright, the reader, and they contain many magical and supernatural elements. In many ways the stories resemble those of "A Thousand and One Nights". Since her breakthrough with "Seven Gothic Tales", Blixen has been considered a writer of the greatest importance, and execized a great influence upon writers and cultural personas of the generations to come - many authors recognize her as a direct source of inspiration.
White cloth spine over blue Kasuri cotton. It is beautifully printed with nice typography, illustrated with 23 tipped-in facsimile drawings by Lafcadio Hearn. All were taken from Hearn's own notebook containing Japanese comic poems about goblins and monsters. Complete text in both English and Japanese. There is an additional Japanese language colophon inside the front cover stating the title, compiler, publisher, dates and a note by the printer.
Beautifully bound with white buckram cloth spine, over hand-loomed indigo-blue Ai Kasuri cotton cloth covers, in a Deluxe large paper edition, 32 x 43 cm. The work was issued by Kazuo Koizumi to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his father's death. The book is rare, seldom found on the market, published in a small edition, the majority of these were distributed to friends by Kazuo, at the time not much of an economic venture, basically a "labor of love. Not in Perkins becasue it was published the year Perkins was published.
Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. McClain, signed and dated July 3rd, A bit of dust soiling to grey cloth, tiny tear to head, else fine. Dust jacket is in quite nice shape: Small tear to head, light rubbing and edge wear, three little holes at fore edge of back panel.
A few small purplish blotches on front flap, transferred from excess ink on signature on ffep. Burns, co-author of I am a Fugitive from a Georgia Chain Gang, turned his attention to women in prison with this sensational expose of drug use, lesbianism, and abuse of authority. Burnside Rare Books ]. This Wisden is a very nice book, the gilt to the front is bright and for a 34 very good to the spine, the boards are nice and clean and hinges strong, tiny weakness to rear if being picky, some underlinings but otherwise super.
Contains the bodyline controversy. First edition, first printing. Light foxing to fore edge and cloth. Dust jacket shows darkening to spine, very faint stain to front panel, light edge wear with small nicks and chips and a two-inch long closed tear at the top of the front joint. A very pleasing example of this notoriously fragile dust jacket.
Firsthand two-part travel journal illustrated with original photographs and manuscript route maps, describing one year in Yunnanfu [Kunming] and two subsequent journeys in Guangdong, South China. Signed dedication by the author inscribed to title page, dated 17 June Typescript text is in German, with Chinese surnames and placenames penned in Chinese manuscript. Photographs are neatly organized into corresponding sections of the journey, titled accordingly, and mounted to leafs adjacent to typescript caption. Maroon over green cloth boards, original endpapers reinforced at seam.
Volume measures approximately 23 x 28,5 cm. Slight wear to boards at extremities, slight age-toning to some images, otherwise very good condition, a superb account with uncommon photographs.
The author is an German merchant who was born in China, on the northern coast at Qingdao, who studied commerce in Germany, and who travelled for the purpose of trade as an agent of firms established in Shanghai and Canton. Travelling far from the usual touring spots, as he embarks on his commerce driven expeditions to south and southwest China, Glathe shares with pen and camera his experiences and his knowledge of regions not trodden by the common foreigner. Born in Qingdao, and having spent the majority of his life in China, his proficiency with the language and indigenous ways of life, lends itself to presenting authoritative, primary source insight.
Alarmingly, slavery and public execution were still standard practice in the s, in Yunnan at least. Unique in format and in content, this merchant's journal does not contain the standard iconic temples and pagodas, the Ming tombs, the forbidden city, or the like, but rather renders a most absorbing, unbiased and straightforward account of practices long before abolished in China's principal cities, and descriptions of remote villages retaining ancient tradition.
The National Library of Australia holds a collection of nitrate negatives, contained in four small albums, for photographs of southern China taken by Harry Glathe while he was travelling through Yunnan, Kwangsi and Kwangtung, selling dye and cloth. Approximately of the images are also reproduced in a typed manuscript account of his travels in southern China, much like the present journal. The travellogue first describes one year in Yunnan Province, the author having settled in Kunming, and features accounts of the Yunnan slave trade, political corruption, capital punishment, spiritual legends, and regional custom.
A 21 page narrative featuring 3 manuscript sketch maps, followed by 64 captioned photographs for visual illustration, the account and the photographic sections are each neatly presented in five areas of interest as follows: Many of Yunnan's large businesses have established their headquarters in Kunming.
Glathe includes a close-up snapshot photograph of the governor. Five pages are devoted to slave trading practices in Yunnan, an industry largely trading women and children, describing the average prices fetched for a slave, means by which the victims are scouted, and their vulnerability although allegedly a protective system was in place.
A section is devoted to an account of the gruesome public execution of two Chinese soldiers, death being the sentence for a crime of extortion. He lists several other temples and altars passed on his travels off. Excerpts from the manuscript, dealing with the year spent in Yunnan: Februar bis 6. Countless fields produce poppies from which opium is extracted.
The Chinese term for female slaves is Ja Tou Es wird nun lange hin und her geredet It will be negotiated back and forth for a long while The police will investigate the case, and if the right is revoked, the slave is taken from her master are brought to the reformatory for women called "Gan Chua Yuan" where they sell her back into slave labor as a daughter or wife, so too the police also intervenes, but only if the girl herself goes and complains.
Noch lange bleiben die Chinesen um die beiden Zeichen stehen. The soldiers were immediately arrested, interrogated and sentenced to pole. The Chinese surrounded the two characters from a distance. First providing a general description of the province, Glathe then summarizes his observations of the populace and the unique characteristics of thirteen towns and villages visited, some of which were quite remote and diminutive. Some of the latter may, nonetheless, may have offered viable commercial opportunity for one who spoke the language and understood the lay of the land.
This portion of the volume comprises 20 pages of text, plus 4 pages of manuscript diagrams, followed by 26 captioned photographs for illustration. The second was a three week journey, from 7 to 27 May , to the northernmost inner reaches of the province, during which time he visited and assessed to Tsingyuen [Qingyuan], Yintak, Shiuchow [Chaozhou], Chihing, Namhung, Namon Kiangsi [Jiangxi], Gamchow Kiangsi , Yanfa, as well as the remote villages of Lokchong [Lechang] and of Pingshek.
Excerpts from the manuscript's second section, describing travels in Guangdong: One finds mainly two races represented, the natives or Punti, and the "Hakka" who immigrated about to years ago. Die stadt ist auffallend sauber The lack of dogs can be explained by the fact that a young dog is a delicacy in Kwantung. One strange characteristic of a Chinese hotel are the walls which are only slightly higher than a man's height. As an infant he was taken to Switzerland when his father was captured by the Japanese. In he and his mother were rejoined to his father in Shanghai, who had re-established himself a an import-export business with a friend and colleague.
Harry Glathe attended Kaiser Wilhelm school in Shanghai. He worked mainly in Shanghai until , and travelled as a dye and cloth salesman for two other firms from to , to Yunnan, Guangxi and Guangdonghe during which time he took at least hundred photographs and recorded various aspects of social life.
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He also spoke some Cantonese due to his work in South China. Glathe lived and worked for a short time in Hong Kong in the latter half of , for a firm who then sent him to New Guinea. Alas, just as his father had been before him, he too became a prisoner of war under Japanese rule. After the war, he emigrated with his wife and possibly children to Australia. He died circa A collection comprising a travelogue, photographs and papers, from his life and work in China were donated in to the National Library of Australia.
The author's father, Alfred Glathe , born in Leisnig, Saxony, was a successful merchant in Qingdao and Shanghai, a prisoner of the Japanese in the First World War, a civil servant in Shanghai, and a active advocate for the repatriation of Germans in China. One of his colleagues there was Ludwig Witt, whom he later worked with in Shanghai. In Tsingtao, September , he married Erika Wyss, the daughter of a Swiss official in Andermatt and Harry was born nine months later. Alfred was an active participant in trying to defend his city during the Siege of Tsingtao, October-November , but found himself a prisoner of war, as was Ludwig Witt.
His wife and son left for Switzerland.
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In Alfred was finally released by the Japanese, and joined entered Augustesens' newly founded import-export company called "HC Augustesen, China Trade", the three soon becoming joint owners. By the firm was a partnership of five co-owner: Hansen of Mukden, L. Witt of Hankou, and A. Schmidt of Niuzhuang, which also employed fourteen Germans. In August Hans Augustesen died. Alfred's wife and son returned to meet him in Shanghai in , Harry then being eleven years old. In the s Alfred Glathe was then chairman of the German municipality of Shanghai, and from 1 May from to a member of the Shanghai Municipal Council.
He immediately found employment from to as a business-executive director of the Asia-Pacific Business Association in Hamburg. During this period, he was an active promoter for the repatriation of China Germans. The siege was the first encounter between Japanese and German forces and also the first Anglo-Japanese operation during the war.
Cartel en Seda, orlado. Critical Review of Literature and Art. First number of two second was banned by authorities. First number of the avant-garde, progressive, leftist magazine. The second number was banned by the authorities and most copies were destroyed. Extremeties slightly chipped, overall in very good condition.
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Mit einer handschriftlichen Widmung Kofflers auf der Innenseite des Umschlages: In inniger Verbundenheit, Dosio. Ein Spiel in 5 Szenen. Vorwort von Wickham Steed. Mit einer handschriftlichen Widmung des Autors auf Vortitel: Meinem lieben Sir John in herzlichster Freundschaft, Dosio. A satire in five scenes. English version by Graham Rawson. Zeugnisse des Weges Kofflers im Exil. Er verfasste Satiren u. Das Exemplar Wilhelm II. Slight soiling on the boards else fine in very slightly spine-toned about fine dustwrapper.
Publisher's complimentary copy with slip laid in stating the date of publication as August 8, - the date doesn't otherwise appear in the book , and with a Reynal and Hitchcock editor's card laid in. The very uncommon second book by the author of the Mary Poppins series, a travelogue of Russia. The publisher's blurb indicates that Travers: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc.
War Department Corps of Engineers U. A few small corner creases; very good condition. Fair, First English Edition. First English language edition, translated from the second German edition. Explains money's origin, the development and nature of banking, the cause and consequences of inflation and credit expansion, the differences in the value of different moneys, as well as the reason for 'cyclical' economic fluctuations.
Above-average wear to black cloth exterior. Narrow opening between backstrip and back board. Quarter-inch missing from top of backstrip which bears bright gilt lettering. Usual internal library markings. Minor quantity of light pencil marginalia and underlining to contents. With a portrait by Picasso. James Thrall Soby; Cahiers d'Art, First edition, second issue. Original plastic spiral bound colour photographically illustrated stiff wrappers.
Covers a little rubbed and thumbed, plastic spiral entire and intact. Roe and Moore ]. He played quarterback and served as head coach from - , compiling a record of In he became the first coach to employ a place kick from the scrimmage, a tactic that soon thereafter became a regular part of the aggressive play of all football teams.
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