Bible: Youngs Literal 1862 [NOOK Book]

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This project on the book community "BookRix" shall contribute to spread the message of Jesus Christ in a very original way. God's Word - the Bible - will be made available for reading and downloading as licence free e-books in as many languages and translations as possible. The aim and vision of the foundation ?Helfen aus Dank? ("Helping out of gratitude") is to offer an own translation of the Bible, also to people who speak only a very rare language, so that they understand the message and can read it, for ...
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Bible: Youngs Literal 1862

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Overview

This project on the book community "BookRix" shall contribute to spread the message of Jesus Christ in a very original way. God's Word - the Bible - will be made available for reading and downloading as licence free e-books in as many languages and translations as possible. The aim and vision of the foundation ?Helfen aus Dank? ("Helping out of gratitude") is to offer an own translation of the Bible, also to people who speak only a very rare language, so that they understand the message and can read it, for example, on their mobile phone.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783730949146
  • Publisher: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG
  • Publication date: 9/13/2013
  • Sold by: Readbox
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 3313
  • Sales rank: 81,711
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2014

    Great book

    I love old bibles so this was perfect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2014

    Charecters to rp

    Pirates: <p> Captain John Winter: Undisputed captain of the Lady Anne. Calm, cold, and collected, unafraid to kill, and ruthlessly efficient. <br> Brianna (Bree) Fairwater: A fiery redhead with aquamarine eyes, extremely pretty, with steel in her personality. Ships doctor and very good with poisons of all sorts. Uninterested in boys. <br> Juliet (Angel) Harper: Nicknamed 'Angel' for her happy-go-lucky personality. But a dangerous foe to be sure. She has dark blond hair. Her eyes are a sparkling grey. <br> Tom (Devil) Harper: Angel's brother, a couple years older than her. Nickname 'Devil' for his dazzling smile and ruthless nature. Extremely protective of Juliet. He has the same blond hair, but spiked, and stormy grey eyes. <br> Luke Parillian: First mate, a cunning stratigist and impressive fighter. Good with a cutlass but a wonder with a pistol. Can be quite charming when he wants. He and Devil are close friends. Luke has black hair, blue eyes, and a scar across his left cheek. <br> Caleb (fish hook) Marr: Nicknamed 'fish hook' because of an accident from his early sailing years, causing him to loose his right ring finger. Ships cook and monarch of the kitchen. All those entering his domain with the notable ecception of Captain Winter and Bree, (no one messes with Brianna...) run the risk of being cracked over the head with his famous wooden spoon. <p> People from Thistle Harbor: <p> Aiden Foster: An orphan since the age of ten, but surviving perfectly fine on the streets of Thistle Harbor. A born thief, and able to talk his way out of almost any situation. He has dark brown hair and green eyes that hold wisps of silver. <br> Mary Foster: Aiden's twin sister, with the same dark brown hair and silver-green eyes... and his talent for stealing. An animal person to the core, always willing to feed a stray, no matter how much or little she and Aiden have themselves. <br> Conner O'Keith: A fun-loving trouble maker, called 'punk' by angry adults almost as much as Conner by his friends. He has unruly brown hair, laughing brown eyes, and a riot of freckles across his face. <br> Sarah (Miss Fern): A serious girl, with black hair and dark brown eyes. Always called 'Miss Fern', although no one knows her last name, or even why her nickname is Miss Fern.

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    Posted December 27, 2013

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