Nike and marta was walking home from school
and they got killed
introduce to beka lamb a 14 year old from belize.bake has win an easy contest and her fimaly is proud of her .she attend st cleara's acdamy and her and her grandmother granny ivy talk about policits .toycie her best friend life had came to an end .
On ENotes.com you can find complete chapter summaries for the book Seabiscuit:An American Legend. They have done a wonderful job and make it easy for future reference.
well david lies to sally and sally lies to george... and they create a worldwide game that gets great reviews called the lying game
^^ thats not even the book we're talking about smart one
ugh its called sub the mr beast
Perhaps Matthew Henry sums it up nicely in his first and last comments of chapter 4:
"Text... The land had rest for eighty years, which should have confirmed them in their religion; but it made them secure, and indulge their lusts. Thus the prosperity of fools destroys them... The Israelites would have prevented much mischief, if they had sooner destroyed the Canaanites, as God commanded and enabled them: but better wise late, and buy wisdom by experience, than never be wise." (Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary; excerpt: Judges, chapter 4)
Straight from the INTERNET The story begins in 1400, the year after the accession of Henry IV of England in 1399 after the abdication of Richard II of England. Lord Gilbert Reginald Falworth is attainted for being King Richard's councilor, who strongly advised him to resist his cousin Henry's movement to seize the throne, and for harboring Sir John Dale, a fictional conspirator against the succeeding King Henry. Falworth is blinded in a trial by combat with William Bushy Brookhurst, later created Earl of Alban, whom young Myles remembers brutally killing Sir John Dale in the hall of Falworth castle where he lived with his parents. Lord Falworth, his wife, Myles, and Diccon Bowman go into hiding in Crosbey-Dale (pronounced, kris' bē-dāl) on the estates of the Priory of St. Mary under the protection of the elderly Prior Edward. Most of the action of the novel is in Derbyshire, England where a city of Mackworth actually exists today near Derby. Diccon Bowman undertakes the physical training of young Myles, Prior Edward, the academic training. Lady Falworth teaches him French. Myles is a champion wrestler, defeating a man a head taller than he. Later in the novel the reader learns that Myles as a child took a dangerous ride on a country windmill. In 1408 when Myles is 16 he is taken to Devlen castle, the seat of the Earl of Mackworth, kinsman to Lord Falworth. There he is enrolled as a squire by Sir James Lee, an old friend of his father's and Diccon Bowman. Sir James advises Myles to be discreet about matters concerning his family since his father had been attainted as a traitor before the king. Another squire, Francis Gascoyne, became Myles's bosom friend, who stood by him in his struggle against the head-squires (the bachelors) led by Walter Blunt. There had been a pecking order established by which the bachelors forced the younger squires to serve them. Myles, Francis, and eighteen other lads formed what they called the "Twenty Knights of the Rose" as a fellowship to promote justice among the squires and put an end to the pecking order established by the bachelors. The "Knights of the Rose" met in a hideout discovered by Myles and Francis at the top of the oldest part of the castle, known as the "Brutus Tower," which they called their Eyry (hawk's nest). Following two fights with Walter Blunt, Myles and his "knights" win a bloody skirmish with the bachelors in which Blunt is gravely wounded by Myles for the second time. The pecking order is brought to an end. Walter Blunt is taken out of the squires' quarters by the Earl Mackworth, being made a gentleman-in-waiting, and he no longer appears in the novel. When retrieving a ball he had used in play with his friends, Myles makes his way over a wall into the "privy garden" used by the Countess Mackworth and her household, and meets Anne, the earl's daughter and Alice, the earl's niece. Anne is a few years older than Myles, but Alice is just his age so he begins to see her as his lady fair and a possible wife. Seven times he climbs over the wall to meet with the girls to tell them about his exploits. The last time Earl Mackworth himself catches them at it and puts a stop to it. The reader is told later that Myles's father had his mother write Mackworth to advise him to do this. Myles escapes being severely punished for his actions as two other young men had been for venturing into this forbidden area. Unknown to Myles, his father and Earl Mackworth, who also was an enemy to the Earl of Alban, plan to have Myles knighted by the king as a Knight of the Bath to make him eligible to champion and exonerate his father on the field of battle in trial by combat. This is done during a royal visit to Devlen castle in 1411 in order to have Myles face the French jousting champion of the Compte de Vermoise, Sieur de la Montaigne. Sir Myles succeeds in unhorsing this knight fairly in a joust. Sir Myles with his chosen squire and friend Francis Gascoyne accompany the Earl Mackworth's brother Lord George Beaumont into France for military maneuvers in the French Dauphin's service. After six months he is recalled to London by Earl Mackworth to face the Earl of Alban. To further facilitate this Sir Myles is transferred from Mackworth's household to that of Henry, Prince of Wales. Myles's parents are brought to London to join their son before the king as their grievances are presented to him. Myles throws down his gauge before the Earl of Alban, initiating trial by combat. The ailing King Henry suspends these proceedings until the "High Court of Chivalry" can render a decision about the legality of the matter. After two months they find that Sir Myles Falworth may justly take the field against Alban. The battle is set for September 3, 1412. Sir Myles shows himself a more chivalrous knight than Earl Alban had been by giving his opponent quarter three times. This almost costs him his life, but in the end Sir Myles prevails in conquering his enemy. The king refuses to restore all the estates of Lord Falworth, but with the accession of his son, King Henry V of England, the following January the fortunes of Falworth and Mackworth are secured. Sir Myles marries the Lady Alice and lives in Falworth castle as his home with Sir Francis Gascoyne and Sir James Lee.
But the professional gamblers had money. They sat in the fish house at the station and gave their orders aloud. The loafers and other bystanders watched them eat boiled rice and fried fish with silver spoons. They never used forks because the prongs stuck between their teeth. They always cut their lips and tongues with the knives, so they never asked for them If the waiter was new and he put the knives on the table, they looked at each other furtively and slipped them into their pockets. They washed their hands in one big wooden bowl of water and wiped their mouths with the leaves of the arbour trees that fell on the ground.
The rainy season was approaching. There were rumors of famine. The grass did not grow and our carabao became thin. Father's fighting cock, Burick, was practically the only healthy thing in our household. Its father, Kanaway, had won a house for us some three years before, and Father had commanded me to give it the choicest rice. He took the soft-boiled eggs from the plate of my sister Marcela, who was sick with meningitis that year. He was preparing Burick for something big, but the great catastrophe came to our town. The peasants and most of the rich men spent their money on food. They had stopped going to the cockpit for fear of temptation; if they went atall, they just sat in the gallery and shouted at the top of their lungs. They went home with their heads down, thinking of the money they would have won.
It was during this impasse that Father sat every day in our backyard with his fighting cock. He would not go anywhere. He would do anything. He just sat there caressing Burick and exercising his legs . He sapt at his hackles and rubbed them,, looking far away with a big dream. When Mother came home with some food, he went to the granary and sat there till evening. Sometimes, he slept there with Burick, but at dawn the cock woke him up with its majestic crowing. He crept into the house and fumbled for the cold rice in the pot under the stove. Then, he put the cock in the pen and slept on the bench all day.
Mother was very patient. But the day came when she kicked him off the bench. He fell on the floor face down, looked up at her, and then resumed his sleep. Mother took my sister Francisca with her. They went from house to house in the neighbourhood, pounding rice for some people and hauling drinking water for others. They came home with their share in a big basket that Mother carried on her head.
Father wasstill sleeping on the bench when they arrived. Mother told my sister to cook some of the rice. She dipped a cup in the jar and splashed the cold water on Father's face. He jumped up, looked at Mother with anger, and went to Burick's pen. He gathered the cock in his arms and went down the porch. He sat on a log in the backyard and started caressing his fighting cock.
Mother went on with her washing. Francisca fed Marcela with some boiled rice. Father was still caressing Burick. Mother was mad at him.
"Is that all you can do?" she shouted at him.
"Why do you say that to me?" Father said. "I'm thinking of some ways to become rich."
Mother threw a piece of wood at the cock. Father saw her in time. He ducked and covered the cock with his body. The wood struck him. It cut a hole at the base of his head. He got up and examined Burick. He acted as though the cock were the one that was hurt. He looked up at Mother and his face was pitiful.
"Why don't you see what you are doing?" he said, hugging Burick.
"I would like to wring that cock's neck," mother said.
"That's his fortune," I said.
Mother looked sharply at me. "Shut up, idiot!" she said. "You are becoming more like your father every day."
I watched her eyes move foolishly. I thought she would cry. She tucked her skirt between her legs and went on with her work. I ran down the ladder and went to the granary, where Father was treating the wound on his head. I held the cock for him.
"Take good care of it, son," he said.
"Yes, Sir," I said.
"Go to the river and exercise its legs. Come back right away. We are going to town."
I ran down the street with the cock. avoiding the pigs and dogs that came in my way. I plunged into the water in my clothes and swam with Burick. I put some water in my mouth and blew it into his face. I ran back to our house slapping the water off my clothes. Father and I went to the cockpit.
It was Sunday, but there were many loafers an gamblers at the place. There were peasants and teachers. There was a strange man who had a black fighting cock. He had come from one of the neighboring towns to seek his fortune in our cockpit.
His name was Burcio. He held our cock above his head and closed one eye, looking sharply at Burick's eyes. He put it on the ground and bent over it, pressing down the cock's back with his hands. Burcio was testing Burick's strength. The loafers and gamblers formed a ring around the, watching Burcio's deft hands expertly moving around Burick.
Father also tested the cock of Burcio. He threw it in the air and watched it glide smoothly to the ground. He sparred with it. The black cock pecked at his legs and stopped to crow proudly for the bystanders. Father picked it up an spread its wings, feeling the tough hide beneath the feathers.
The bystanders knew that a fight was about to be matched. They counted the money in their pockets without showing it to their neighbours.They felt the edges of the coins with amazing swiftness and accuracy. Only a highly magnified amplifier could have recorded the tiny clink of the coins that fell between deft fingers. The caressing rustle of the paper money was inaudible. The peasants broke from the ring and hid behind the coconut trees. They unfolded their handkerchiefs and counted their money. They rolled the paper money in their hands and returned to the crowd. They waited for the final decision.
"Shall we make it this coming Sunday?" Burcio asked.
"It's too soon for my Burick," Father said. His hand moved mechanically into his pocket. But it was empty. He looked around at his cronies.
But two of the peasants caught Father's arm and whispered something to him. They slipped some money in his hand and pushed him toward Burcio. He tried to estimate the amount of money in his hand by balling it hard. It was one of his many tricks with money. He knew right away that he had some twenty-peso bills. A light of hope appeared in his face.
"This coming Sunday's all right," he said.
All at once the men broke into wild confusion. Some went to Burcio with their money; others went to Father. They were not bettors, but investors. Their money would back up the cocks at the cockpit.
In the late afternoon the fight was arranged. We returned to our house with some hope. Father put Burick in the pen and told me to go to the fish ponds across the river. I ran down the road with mounting joy. I found a fish pond under a camachili tree. It was the favourite haunt of snails and shrimps. Then I went home.
Mother was cooking something good. I smelled it the moment I entered the gate. I rushed into the house and spilled some of the snails on the floor. Mother was at the stove. She was stirring the ladle in the boiling pot. Father was still sleeping on the bench. Francisca was feeding Marcela with hot soup. I put the snails and shrimps in a pot and sat on the bench.
Mother was cooking chicken with some bitter melons. I sat wondering where she got it. I knew that our poultry house in the village was empty. We had no poultry in town. Father opened his eyes when he heard the bubbling pot.
Mother put the rice on a big wooden platter and set it on the table. She filled our plates with chicken meat and ginger. Father got up suddenly and went to the table. Francisca sat b the stove. Father was reaching for the white meat in the platter when Mother slapped his hand away. he was saying grace. Then we put our legs under the table and started eating.
It was our first taste of chicken in a long time. Father filled his plate twice and ate very little rice. He usually ate more rice when we had only salted fish and some leaves of trees. We ate "grass" most of the time. Father tilted his plate and took the soup noisily, as though he were drinking wine. He put the empty chicken meat.
"It is good chicken," he said.
Mother was very quiet. She put the breast on a plate and told Francisca to give ti to Marcela. She gave me some bitter melons. Father put his hand in the pot and fished out a drumstick.
"Where did you get this lovely chicken?" he asked.
"Where do you think I got it" Mother said.
The drumstick fell from his mouth. It rolled into the space between the bamboo splits and fell on the ground. Our dog snapped it up and ran away. Father's face broke in great agony. He rushed outside the house. I could hear him running the toward the highway. My sister continued eating, but my appetite was gone.
"What are you doing, Son?" Mother said. " Eat your chicken."
palms are sweaty knees weak arms are heavy, there's vomit on his sweater already, moms spaghetti he's nervous but on the surface he looks calm and ready to drop bombs but he keeps on forgetting what he wrote down the whole crowd rose so loud he opens his mouth but the words dont come out hes choking how everybody joking now clocks run out times up over plow! snap back to reality oh there goes gravity oh there goes rabbit he chokes he so mad but he wont give up that easy no he wont have it he knows...........................blah blah. its a long song. look it up. im a 14 year old girl and ik this!! c'mon!
Look, if you had one shot, or one opportunity
To seize everything you ever wanted-One moment
Would you capture it or just let it slip?
His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy
There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti
He's nervous, but on the surface he looks calm and ready to drop bombs,
but he keeps on forgettin what he wrote down,
the whole crowd goes so loud
He opens his mouth, but the words won't come out
He's choking now, everybody's joking now
The clock's run out, time's up over, bloah!
Snap back to reality, Oh there goes gravity
Oh, there goes Rabbit, he choked
He's so mad, but he won't give up that
He won't have it , he knows his whole back's to these ropes
It don't matter, he's dope
He knows that, but he's broke
He's so stagnant that he knows
When he goes back to his mobile home, that's when it's
Back to the lab again yo
This this whole rhapsody
He better go capture this moment and hope it don't pass him
You better lose yourself in the music, the moment
You own it, you better never let it go
You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow
This opportunity comes once in a lifetime yo
The soul's escaping, through this hole that it's gaping
This world is mine for the taking
Make me king, as we move toward a, new world order
A normal life is boring, but superstardom's close to post mortem
It only grows harder, only grows hotter
He blows us all over these hoes is all on him
Coast to coast shows, he's know as the globetrotter
Lonely roads, God only knows
He's grown farther from home, he's no father
He goes home and barely knows his own daughter
But hold your nose 'cause here goes the cold water
His hoes don't want him no more, he's cold product
They moved on to the next schmoe who flows
He nose dove and sold nada
So the soap opera is told and unfolds
I suppose it's old partner but the beat goes on
Da da dum da dum da da
No more games, I'ma change what you call rage
Tear this motherfucking roof off like 2 dogs caged
I was playing in the beginning, the mood all changed
I been chewed up and spit out and booed off stage
But I kept rhyming and stepwritin the next cypher
Best believe somebody's paying the pied piper
All the pain inside amplified by the fact
That I can't get by with my 9 to 5
And I can't provide the right type of life for my family
Cause man, these goddam food stamps don't buy diapers
And it's no movie, there's no Mekhi Phifer, this is my life
And these times are so hard and it's getting even harder
Trying to feed and water my seed, plus
Teeter totter caught up between being a father and a prima donna
Baby mama drama's screaming on and
Too much for me to wanna
Stay in one spot, another day of monotony
Has gotten me to the point, I'm like a snail
I've got to formulate a plot or I end up in jail or shot
Success is my only motherf***ing option, failure's not
Mom, I love you, but this trailer's got to go
I cannot grow old in Salem's lot
So here I go is my shot.
Feet fail me not cause maybe the only opportunity that I got
You can do anything you set your mind to, man
ending of father's tradegy
In June 1940, twelve old Karin Levi's world is torn apart as the German army occupies Paris. Karin, her older brother, Marc, and their Maman must flee,seeking safety wherever they can find it. But maman falls ill and is unable to travel, forcing Karin and Marc to leave her behind. When Marc manages to obtain two coveted places aboard a ship bound for America, the distance between them grows even greater. Will Karin ever see her beloved mamanagain?
(i did not right this, it is on the back of the book)
Number the Stars is a historical novel set in Denmark during World War II about a girl helps her Jewish friend escape to Sweden.
Juli tells all about when she met Bryce. She also talked about how she got into a fight with Shelly Stalls. And how Bryce's hair smelt like watermelons. She is hoping that she gets her kiss that she was waiting for.
I would try Sparknotes.com or Cliffnotes.com
In the first chapter David just starts out talking about his life and his mother and how he feels about it. Then it gets into detail. He starts talking about certain situations when he was abused. He also talks about how his teacher dealed with certain situations when he came to school scared, burned, and beaten. The final straw was when he came to school on March 5, 1973 with a huge swelling purple lump above his eye to her list. [ His mother had been bashing his head against the counter before school that morning] Then the nurse preformed a routine on david and asked him to take off his shirt. The nurse examined all his scars and bruises and other injuries. She noted the scar on davids stomach caused by his mother when she threatened him with a knife and had accidently slipped and stabbed him. She also noted the scar on his arm from where his mother had forced him to hold his limb over the flames of the gas stove. What the nurse didnt know was: David had been denied food by his mother for up to ten days at a time, that he had eaten from the dogs dish, ate dog poop, or ate from his little brothers dirty diaper. March 12, 1973 was Davids lucky day. He never went home again. He was put in a series of foster homes. Now David is a married parent of his eight year old son.
To start a good book report you need to
It starts off five years after David's death in the Arctic. His daughter Alexa is four-five and she has some of the powers that her father gave to her. Then we find out that Gwillana is allive and so is David.
The Name of This Book Is Secret is the first book in the Secret Series. It is based on smell.When Gloria Fortune, a real estate agent for the dead, finds a mysterious box in a magician's house called The Symphony of Smells, she brings it to Cass's grandfathers. When Cass and Max-Ernest go back to the house, they find a secret room and Gloria comes down with newlyweds that are looking for a house. After putting together the secret to the Symphony of Smells, Benjamin Blake is kidnapped. After initially loathing him, Cass decides it's her job to save him. However, during this time, Cass and Max-Ernest stop being collaborators because Max-Ernest thinks it's too dangerous and Cass decides to leave on her own. After leafing through some Midnight Sun Spa brochures collected by her mother, Cass decides to pose as one of the Skelton Sisters, a teen pop sensation, and calls The Midnight Sun spa to pick her up in a limousine. When it arrives she meets a very tall woman named Daisy. She tells Cass that she knows who she is and the driver drops them off. The Midnight Sun spa is said to be a pyramid with a "gleaming orb of light at the summit".While being guided to her luxurious suite, she spots Gloria in a younger appearence lounging out at the pool. Gloria is unaware and distracted to the truth and is taking pleasure of her stay.Cass then meets Owen, a stammering attendant who sets up her room and tries to please her. Cass finds Owen the most appealing out of all those at the spa.Ms. Mauvais and Dr. L catch Max-Ernest and Cass and tell them they are trying to find out what the Secret is and try to get Cass and Max-Ernest to tell what the Secret is. Cass and Max-Ernest are (understandably) confused about why they were the ones asked about the Secret.Later that night Owen comes into Cass's room, speaking with a unfamiliar accent (surfer) and no stutter, a notable characteristic he had when she last met him. Max-Ernest and Cass rejoined as Owen leaves to get a limousine and get them all away. The two discover that the goal of the Midnight Sun is to achieve everlasting life (that's what the Secret is, the formula for immortality.) They save Benjamin and a fire breaks out, but before it is implied that Ms. Mauvais' conspirator Dr. L is Pietro Bergamo's twin brother, Luciano.Owen meets up with Max-Ernest, Cass, and Benjamin and they all flee away from the spa in the limousine as the light from the orb atop the pyramid dims and eventually goes out. On the way home the limo crashes into a truck, inside the car was Grandpa Larry and his dog looking for Cass.Owen sets off on his own in the limo while Benjamin, Cass and Max-Ernest drive home with Grandpa Larry. Cass and Max-Ernest become collaborators again shortly before the end. Just a month after this experience, Max-Ernest and Cass find a hidden message inviting them to become a part of the Terces Society. Cass and Max-Ernest are each given things from P.B, (Pietro Bergamo) a super backpack and a de-coder respectively.
The Search for Safety is about a young boy who tries to get himself and his mom out of the ghetto abusive life that they are forced to live once his mother gets remarried. His life seems to be anything but ordinary, going through the abuse at home, and at school from his peers. Not even Ben's own mother can help him with the situation because she faces the same abuse from her new husband. Ben's aunt Fay returns to find out that both her sister Geneva and her nephew Ben have been abused the whole time she was gone. Aunt Fay puts Larry in his place by calling the cops on him however the cops mistakenly get Larry's sidekick Donald. Larry rushes through the doors to beat Ben one last time , but is stopped by Aunt Fay, and the cops.
"Heat" is about Michael Arroyo who grows up in the shadows of hallowed Yankee Stadium. He is a boy forever on the outside looking in. His only chance to see his field of dreams is to pitch his Bronx all-star team to the district finals and a shot at the Little League World Series.
But there is a problem. Michael is good-too good. Rival coaches and players can't believe a boy who is only twelve years old could be this good. Michael has no way to prove his age - no mother, no father, and a birth certificate that is stuck in his native Cuba. If the people from social services find out his secret, he will have an even worse problem: being separated from the only family he knows, his older brother Carlos. Baseball can be a game of heroes, of champions who refuse to lose. Or it can be a field of crushed dreams. For one boy, the game is about to turn serious.
At bookrags.com, for a fee. I can't find any summaries of this book that are available for free on the Internet. You could try sites such as this: http://www.epinions.com/content_136769146500 for further information, or Amazon.com or other bookstores, because they have book reviews. If I had read the book, I would just post some summaries here... so, if anyone comes across this question who *has* read the book, please do. :)
Cherub is (so far) two series' of books. It's about an organisation (cherub) that recruits children in order to spy on criminals and terrorists as they will never suspect them. In series one the main characters are James Adams, his sister Lauren Adams and their group of friends (this series has 12 books). In series two the main character is someone called Ryan and in this series there is one book out and to more due for release so far
You may think that the Holocausts occurred because of the evil of mankind, Inhumanity toward Other Humans, or maybe a spiritual reason (note that for all religions, if you do something that's not obedient to the god you serve there will be consequences). You can even have your own idea of why it happened but would you ever think about the Jews could have put this on themselves? I believe that those terrible things happened to the Jews because they rejected Jesus Christ for who he is and what he came to do.
What did Jesus come to do? And who is Jesus? The bible says that Jesus came to save his people from their sins. And if you continue reading when he comes to the Jordan River to be baptized (water baptism), "the heavens opened unto him and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lightning upon him: and lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased." So according to these scriptures, his people (Jews) were lost, meaning that they were unrighteous in other words not of God, and on their way to a much fiery destruction (hell). But Jesus, being the supreme sacrifice for us all, and Him being wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed, we are able to be saved from it.
The Jews refused to believe that Jesus was the messiah because "He didn't meet all of the requirements of what the Messiah should acquire" (According to the Jews) such as: Be an observant Jewish man descended from the house of King David, Be an ordinary human being (as opposed to the Son of God), Bring peace to the world, Gather all Jews back into Israel, Rebuild the ancient Temple in Jerusalem, and Unite humanity in the worship of the Jewish God and Torah observance. I personally don't agree with the fact that the Jews say Jesus is not the messiah because all throughout the old testament of the bible they were speaking of Him, all the way from Adam to Malachi. Because Buddha, Muhammad, and those other gods couldn't have done the things that Jesus had done. Especially not be raised up from the dead.
Jesus in the Jewish belief is not the divine, or son of God. Jesus is seen as a false prophet (as they said in scripture). Now before Jesus came to do his fathers will there were Jews that claimed to be the messiah which when they died the Jews rejected them as a false messiah. So knowing that, we can understand the Jews long wait for peace and freedom. The bible says the way of a transgressor is hard. If you have heard the truth, seen the truth, and read about the truth and you know that you're doing wrong but you like to continue doing it or live a sinners life there will be a time in your life where you life will head downhill because you will not yield to what you know is true. That's why when people turn to God and choose to live for him the rest of your life their lives are blessed, and they are sanctified but those who are living the life of fornication, iniquities, and transgressions their lives are much harder.
So as Jesus is not being an important figure in Jewish religion or history they will suffer because they are rejecting the Son on God, and just like people that may be in school that will be preached to but they continue saying no to the gospel, there will be a time in there life where they will need Him. Neither do Jews look to disprove Christian teachings as they teach respect all people and their faiths. I admonish people to choose the way they live carefully because there are people on the streets for a reason, in beach houses for a reason, shelters, prison, etc for a reason. So want to live a great life that will have no failure this paper should tell you the way, but if you want to live for yourself and cares and riches of the world then your life won't be as successful as you might think it will be. So be careful in your belief because I go by the bible which says "there is no god beside me" that's why my life is much easier and the weight of the depression, bad emotions has gone away.
The Jews didn't follow Jesus after all He had done for them and look what happen. We need to know the truth that we may be heading towards the right direction in this life, and if you turn to the truth (Word of God) then after this life, you'll be entering into a mansion in the second life. Jesus said He was the truth and the light so let's follow him and not live an unworthy life. Because the holocaust was a big event but they had it coming because they were rejecting what came to save them from all of that.
So you want to know why the holocausts were occurring and millions of Jews were dying? It's because those Jews rejected Jesus being the messiah and their personal savior.
Basically, Artemis captures a Lower Elements Police fairy, Captain Holly Short, to hold for ransom. The LEP do everything they can to rescue their captain, but Artemis Fowl seems to know everything about the Fairy Folk because he has a copy of the Book, the fairy bible. At the last moment, Artemis releases Holly for one metric ton of gold.
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