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Through the Open Door by Dabney Adams Hart

Title Through the Open Door
Author Dabney Adams Hart
Publisher University of Alabama Press
Release 2010-02-28
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 176
ISBN 0817356363
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This slender, unpretentious, and well-written book is consistently insightful: it deserves the attention of all who find themselves drawn to Lewis the writer and to Lewis the man."—Modern Fiction Studies

Through the Open Door by Kevin Hogan

Title Through the Open Door
Author Kevin Hogan
Publisher Pelican Publishing
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ISBN 9781455613052
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This should be a high-priority purchase."-Library JournalIn a radical departure from other self-hypnosis and self-improvement books, internationally known hypnotherapists Kevin Hogan and Mary Lee LaBay contend that you can make lasting changes in your life by following simple, step-by-step blueprints for achievement, personal mastery, and emotional control. The authors share expertise gathered from a lifetime of research and successful therapeutic work to teach you how to improve IQ and memory, raise self-esteem, eliminate fear, control pain, and build lasting self-confidence.

Through the Open Door by Joanne C. Parsons

Title Through the Open Door
Author Joanne C. Parsons
Publisher Gatekeeper Press
Release 2018-08-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 222
ISBN 1642372382
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Boston, Massachusetts 1880...Charles Brennan, obsessed by greed, abused his power as a husband and employer, isolating his wife, Rose, and violating the household help. In an act of desperation, one of them murdered him, releasing them all from his control, but not from the guilt and shame they buried deep within. Through the Open Door, a sequel to Kitchen Canary, meets the characters seven years later. The killer recounts the abuse inflicted by Charles Brennan and describes the final acts of cruelty that led to his murder. When the doors of freedom opened, each of the victims followed their own path. Rose Brennan is a shrewd business women, who imports high end art and furnishings for the wealthy occupying Back Bay. She is the matriarch of the 'family,' her children and the victims of her late husband's cruelty. Rose's son, Charles, moved to Europe in search of exotic imports for his mother's business. Margaret, sullen and irascible, cannot find her place in the world.. Virginia, the child conceived by an Irish domestic and Charles Brennan, is approaching adolescence, and wants to know about her birth story. The Irish domestics are established with husbands and families. The Irish have a foothold in politics, with a plan to elect the first Irish Catholic mayor of Boston. Moira and Paddy McMahon's marriage, built on a foundation of secrets and lies, crumbles when Paddy finds the lure of politics greater than his love of family. Moira seeks the counsel of a new pastor, while Paddy comforts himself with whiskey, gambling and women. Boston's wealthy are moving to the new Back Bay. Katie O'Neil's husband, Sean, is at the center of the building boom. He offers a job to Etta's son. Matthew finds the logging camp in Maine a dreary and cold place to work. He's frozen out by the white Irish, rejecting him for his race. It takes all his strength to prevail as a negro in a white world. The freed slaves, Etta and William , continue to work for Mrs. Brennan. William, now married, observes their lives from afar, while Etta immerses herself and her sons, Matthew and Luke in the 'family.' Her sense of security is shattered when she learns Luke's actions could jeopardize her home and livlihood. Through the Open Door describes the effects of the abuse of power on its victims as they continue their lives. Through the experiences of its characters, it pays homage to the courageous men and women who left their homelands to assure a better life for their families, and provides the reader with an understanding of the rejection, humiliation and ultimate bravery of freed negroes as they assimilated into an unwelcoming white culture. Through the Open Door celebrates the accomplishments of the children of immigrants, and serves as a reminder that throughout the generations, joy, acceptance, heartbreak and loss are a part of every family's story.

Through the Open Door by California Postsecondary Education Commission

Title Through the Open Door
Author California Postsecondary Education Commission
Publisher
Release 1976
Category Academic achievement
Total Pages 53
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Enter the Open Door
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Publisher Xulon Press
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ISBN 1624192696
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title I Am Resurrection the Open Door
Author Esther Nzioka
Publisher Wordclay
Release 2009-01-01
Category
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781604814743
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reinventing the Open Door by Gunder Myran

Title Reinventing the Open Door
Author Gunder Myran
Publisher Amer. Assn. of Community Col
Release 2009
Category Education
Total Pages 168
ISBN 0871173913
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Offers a new, broader model of the open-door philosophy of community colleges to better serve an increasingly diverse student population by not only ensuring access to higher education, but also by ensuring success, a campus environment of inclusiveness, and the colleges' engagement with the communities they serve"--Provided by publisher.

The Open Door by Sherry Strayer

Title The Open Door
Author Sherry Strayer
Publisher Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Release 2021-04-26
Category Fiction
Total Pages 42
ISBN 1098053605
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many of us find it sometimes difficult in knowing who we are in Christ. We read God's Word and we listen to many teachings regarding our true identity and authority, yet we have a hard time living in these truths. God calls us all to walk a journey that sometimes is very hard to understand and at times it seems almost impossible to carry it to completion. Picture if you will, a walk you are called to but yet you have no idea where it is about to lead you to. Your only hope in your heart is that Jesus will be meeting you there once your journey has been completed. This book is going to take you to a place where you are about to come face to face with the real you. Although all journeys are different, the end results are always to come to the knowledge of who you are and who Christ is in you-a revealed mystery to unfold, a walk to be walked sometimes in blindness. A realism of what we go through and how God's only concern is that you become what He has called you to. What I want for my readers to grasp is that whatever you have been called to, don't take it for granted. It really does matter that you have been selected to walk this journey and your completion will affect others if you abort this destiny. It could very well be that others are waiting on you to complete your journey so theirs can begin. For this purpose, The Open Door has been specifically written for you. If you think you chose this book by chance, you have already been chosen to read this story by God's design. So if you're ready, come with me and embark on a journey that will take you to a place of great mystery, one where your curiosity will taunt you to read further to search for the open door.

Title Spiritualism The Open Door to the Unseen Universe
Author James Robertson
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2017-12-30
Category
Total Pages 346
ISBN 1947587005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spiritualism: The Open Door to the Unseen Universe, Being Thirty Years of Personal Observation and Experience concerning Intercourse between the Material and Spiritual Worlds, offers a unique insider¿s perspective on the growing Spiritualist movement in Scotland and England from the late Victorian era through to the dawn of the 20th century. Originally published in The Two Worlds magazine over the course of 30 years, Scottish author James Robertson and editor J.J. Morse compiled these essays into a single volume in 1908. Filled with first-hand accounts of sittings, séances and experiences with some of the most recognized practitioners of the era, the book includes chapters on notable Spiritualists such as the English poet and Egyptologist Gerald Massey and Scottish mediums Alexander and David Duguid. Robertson describes in detail the activities and meetings of the still-extant Glasgow Association of Spiritualists. He also thoughtfully and thoroughly discusses topics such as the religion and literature of Spiritualism, Spiritualist organizations and periodicals of the era, and phenomena such as automatic writing and spirit photography. This Classic Reprint edition has been newly typeset for ease of reading.

The Open Door 1 by Watchman Nee

Title The Open Door 1
Author Watchman Nee
Publisher Living Stream Ministry
Release 1993-05-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 335
ISBN 0736358129
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Watchman Nee's writings have become well known for their deep spiritual insight among Christians in many nations for many years. Through these volumes a full understanding of his balanced and proper view concerning the Bible and the spiritual life can be accurately appreciated. This new compilation and retranslation of Watchman Nee's writings present the reader a fresh and unedited version of his ministry and promises to shed new light on the reader's understanding of Watchman Nee's ministry.

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