Daughters of the King explores women's involvement in and around the synagogue from its antecedents in the bibical period to contemporary times. The contributors to the book, including Susan Grossman, Rivka Haut, Tikva Frymer-Kensky, Judith Hauptman, Paula Hyman, and others, represent an interdisciplinary approach to the subject, drawing from history, anthropology, sociology, women's studies, Jewish law, the Bible, and rabbinic thought.
This journal is an exciting companion piece to the books in the Daughters of the King Bible Study series. The purpose of this journal is to give women insight into who they are and what they possess as Daughters of the King.
This book depicts classic beauty and what it means to radiate as a princess and a queen. Ultimately, the power in the idea of being a "Daughter of The King" solves many identity crises in the lives of females. This book presents young ladies with all the tools necessary to let their royal DNA emanate.
Within these pages are messages from God's heart, prayers that will uplift, and devotionals that God has inspired to bless the heart of the reader and help you grow in your personal relationship with the Lord. Included are 337 of our most impacting devotionals ever written.
Daughter of the king This blank lined journal is a perfect multi-purpose notebook. Let your daughter know how awesome she is! Small daily diary / journal / notebook to write in, for creative writing, for creating lists, for Scheduling, Organizing and Recording your thoughts. Makes an excellent gift idea for birthdays, Christmas or any special occasion (and Daughters of course!). Perfectly sized at 6" x 9" 120 page Softcover bookbinding Flexible Paperback
Ninety devotions, each with a Scripture, reflections, and prayer, and written especially for young girls as they reflect on being a daughter of the True King. The Princess Parables Daughters of the King, 90 Devotions is a collection of readings covering themes that are close to a young girl’s heart—love, friendship, generosity, joy, and courage. With Scripture, reflection, prayer, and gentle words of wisdom and encouragement from the princess sisters Faith, Joy, Charity, Hope, and Grace, these devotions are sure to inspire thoughts of love and peace in every little princess’s day. Perfect for bedtime or any time of day, parents and young girls will cherish their time together reading this devotional that encourages them to live like a daughter of the King. The Princess Parables Daughters of the King: Features the beloved princess sisters from the princess Parables series Contains lovely illustrations from the Princess Parables series Perfect for bedtime or anytime prayer Written for girls ages 4-8
A Historical Search for Mary among the royal house of Israel and the Judean Queen Mariamnes, comparing the New Testament story of Mary and her son Jesus who died with the sign "King of the Jews" over his head with the royal Mariamnes in the works of Josephus the contemporary Jewish Historian.
Daughters of the King Daily Devotionals impact hundreds of thousands of readers from all over the world. Founded by Kesha Trippett, this powerful writing ministry continues to receive countless testimonies of spiritual growth and remarkable transformation. Within these pages are 365 God-inspired devotionals, prophetic messages from God's heart, and prayers, in chronological order, that will uplift and strengthen your walk with the Lord.
Daughter of the King, was written to encourage and inspire women and even teens that have found themselves in a "hopeless" situation. Daughter of the King will open your mind, your eyes and your heart to Jesus. After reading this book you will find yourself grabbing hold of "Faith" as never before, saying.... God I Trust You!
low self esteem, eating problems, identity crisis.. name it. I went through it and i survived, you too can overcome through the power of God the KIng of Kings who wants to be your father so the you can experience life in abundace and live freely. there is a throne that awaits you, take your position and begin to live like royalty because that who you are meant to be.
In Forgiven, Favored, and Free you will become more aware of who you are, whose you are, and the glorious inheritance that has been provided for your life here and now!
'She imagines the experiences of the sisters with empathy and patience ... and ably manages to coax the few sparks of evidence into flames of personality ... Whoop, whoop! If anyone can find me another clutch of rebel princesses, let's get crowd-funding.' Hermione Eyre, Spectator Virginal, chaste, humble, patiently waiting for rescue by brave knights and handsome princes: this idealized – and largely mythical – notion of the medieval noblewoman still lingers. Yet the reality was very different, as Kelcey Wilson-Lee shows in this vibrant account of the five daughters of the great English king, Edward I. The lives of these sisters – Eleanora, Joanna, Margaret, Mary and Elizabeth – ran the full gamut of experiences open to royal women in the Middle Ages. Living as they did in a courtly culture founded on romantic longing and brilliant pageantry, they knew that a princess was to be chaste yet a mother to many children, preferably sons, meek yet able to influence a recalcitrant husband or even command a host of men-at-arms. Edward’s daughters were of course expected to cement alliances and secure lands and territory by making great dynastic marriages, or endow religious houses with royal favour. But they also skilfully managed enormous households, navigated choppy diplomatic waters and promoted their family’s cause throughout Europe – and had the courage to defy their royal father. They might never wear the crown in their own right, but they were utterly confident of their crucial role in the spectacle of medieval kingship. Drawing on a wide range of contemporary sources, Daughters of Chivalry offers a rich portrait of these spirited Plantagenet women. With their libraries of beautifully illustrated psalters and tales of romance, their rich silks and gleaming jewels, we follow these formidable women throughout their lives and see them – at long last – shine from out of the shadows, revealing what it was to be a princess in the Age of Chivalry.