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ISBN:0712612122
Author: Rabbi Lionel Blue
ISBN13: 978-0712612128
Title: The Little Book of Lionel Blue
Format: lit doc lit mbr
ePUB size: 1306 kb
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DJVU size: 1906 kb
Language: English
Category: Happiness
Publisher: Rider (January 22, 2002)
Pages: 160

The Little Book of Lionel Blue by Rabbi Lionel Blue



com Product Description (ISBN 0712612122, Paperback). This delightful collection of amusing stories and quiet to-the-point insights shows how we might shine a more optimistic light on the gloomy corners of our world - with the rabbi’s mixture of gentle wit and homespun wisdom. Library descriptions.

Rabbi Lionel Blue was born in the East End of London in 1930, the only son of a master tailor. Known to many for his work in both Christian and Jewish circles, he has lectured in comparative religion, conducted retreats and been the Convenor of an ecclesiastical court. At the same time he has also been an active broadcaster, journalist, cook and author (Bolts from the Blue, Blue Heaven, Bedside Manna etc). See all Product description. I read excerpts from this book before going to sleep each night and somehow it puts things into perspective.

Interesting little book full of witty and amusing tales of Rabbi Blue's rather extraordinary meanderings through life and towards faith and a vocation he never expected. These were originally radio thought for the day episodes. Qurban rated it liked it Feb 06, 2013. Doris Walker rated it liked it Jul 18, 2017. Malcolm added it Aug 04, 2011. Jim Black added it Jul 27, 2010.

Books by Lionel Blue, A Backdoor to Heaven, Tales of body and soul, Kitchen Blues, Bright Blue, To Heaven, with Scribes and Pharisees, Blue horizons, Hitchhiking to Heaven, How to get up when life gets you down. The Little Blue Book of Prayers. The Blue Guide to the Here and Hereafter.

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A small prayerbook, divided by the occasions upon which the prayer may be useful. These include sickness, family occasions, exams, and setbacks such as redundancy, failure, and arguments. The book also features prayers of thanks. The authors have also written "The Guide to the Here and Hereafter". ISBN13:9780006276661.

Little Blue Books are a series of small staple-bound books published from 1919 through 1978 by the Haldeman-Julius Publishing Company of Girard, Kansas. They were extremely popular, and achieved a total of 300-500 million booklets sold over the series' lifetime. A Big Blue Book range was also published

This article is about the original Lionel Luthor. For his parallel universe doppelganger, see Lionel Luthor (Earth-2). The real test of a hero is knowing when the greater good will be served by an evil act. To save the Earth, the cost of one life is the price that must be paid. Lionel to Clark Kent, Vessel. Lionel Luthor (1944-2008) was the founder of LuthorCorp, the father of Lex Luthor, Lucas Luthor, and Tess Mercer, the emissary of Jor-El, and was a member of Veritas.

Love Rekindled: Practising Hospitality. by Rabbi Lionel Blue. ISBN 9780853053484 (978-0-85305-348-4) Softcover, Cairns Publications, 2007. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Rabbi Lionel Blue at LibraryThing.

When Joanna Hughes discovered that she had terminal cancer she asked Rabbi Lionel Blue how she could organize herself in that time. Though she was not aware of it, Rabbi Blue says. Though she was not aware of it, Rabbi Blue says, Joanna Hughes was a spiritual person - unsentimental, original and honest. The result is a rare collection of material, including unknown people, better known though unexpected poets, and very ordinary people who said extraordinary things. The collection begins with the Venerable Bede and Alfred the Great, and ends with Sir Winston Churchill,, Dorothy L. Sayers, C. S. Lewis and Archbishop William Temple.

This delightful collection of amusing stories and quiet to-the-point insights shows how we might shine a more optimistic light on the gloomy corners of our world - with the rabbi’s mixture of gentle wit and homespun wisdom.