A Genealogy of the Duke Shepherd Van Metre Family

against Samuel Mason for disposing of and exchanging some of the Continental stores at Fort Henry , was exhibited by David Shepherd , whereupon the defendant came into court and asked the charge in part ; whereupon the court have ...


Author: Samuel Gordon Smyth


ISBN: WISC:89062873856

Category: Berkeley County (W. Va.)

Page: 445

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"This work 26 is a genealogy and history of the related families of John Van Meter, Thomas Shepherd and John Duke: settlers between 1730 and 1750 of the Northern Neck in the Valley of Virginia; conspicuous figures in the formative period, as their descendants have been in later developments, of Frederick and Berkeley Counties in what is now western Virginia."--Foreward.

Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey

Shepherd , Enoch , of Cohansey , Salem Co. , husband . man ; will of . Wife Elizabeth . ... Letters of administration granted to David Shepherd , eldest son of David and Eve Shepherd , the latter having been executrix of her husband's ...




ISBN: UCLA:31158010308541

Category: New Jersey


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The Compass

Page 5 : ( above ) Courtesy the Collection of David Shepherd ; ( below ) Courtesy the Collection of Zohra Lampert . Page 6 : Courtesy the Collection of Zohra Lampert . Page 7 : Courtesy the Collection of Paul Sills .


Author: Janet Coleman

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226113450

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 347

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The Compass began in a storefront theater near the U. of Chicago campus in the summer of 1955 and lasted only a few years before its players--including Paul Sills, Elaine May, Mike Nichols, Barbara Harris, Severn Darden, and Shelley Berman--moved on. Coleman recreates the time, the place, the personalities, and the neurotic magic whereby the Campus made theater history in America. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Jesus as the Eschatological Davidic Shepherd

Clearly there is a movement from YHWH as the shepherd , to David the shepherd and king over the people , and finally to David as prince among the people in Ezekiel's concept of restoration . Notably xp is the predominant figure in the ...


Author: Young S. Chae

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161488768

Category: Religion

Page: 446

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Young S. Chae analyzes the puzzling association of the Son of David with Jesus' healing ministry in the First Gospel. This, along with the Gospel's rich shepherd/sheep images and the theme of the restoration of the lost sheep of the house of Israel, finds a significant clue in the picture of Jesus as the eschatological Davidic Shepherd according to the pattern of the Davidic Shepherd tradition in the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism. As Matthew communicates the identity and mission of Jesus, he is conversant with this tradition, particularly Ezekiel 34 and 37 as well as Micah 2-5 and Zechariah 9-14. The story of the First Gospel is the story of the return of YHWH as the eschatological Shepherd for the lost sheep of Israel and also that of the one Davidic Shepherd-Appointee as the eschatological Teacher-Prince in the midst of his one eschatological flock.

The West Virginia Historical Magazine Quarterly

DAVID SHEPHERD , FIRST LIEUT . COMMANDANT OF OHIO COUNTY , VIRGINIA . By G. L. Cranmer . Among those who contributed by their efforts and labors to the development of Ohio county in the earlier years of its history it would not do to ...




ISBN: PRNC:32101072361601

Category: West Virginia


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The Shepherd s Song

Chaples Three 34 When Saul arrived at Nob, his jealous rage, plus David's selfish lies, would soak the soil of that village with the ... Oh, David. Shepherd close to the heart of God. Majestic warrior. King elect—this can't be you.


Author: Dr. Lynn Anderson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451604882

Category: Religion

Page: 232

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Tune your ear to the shepherd's song, and let its powerful melody bring you back into harmony with God. Your life is going well—you are winning the battles of faith and enjoying your relationships with people and with God. Suddenly, you stumble. Things go wrong—you lose your job; your marriage crumbles; or a loved one dies. Through prayer and perseverance, you recover and regain your strength; but disaster strikes again—unexpected temptation shakes your faith—and you find yourself searching for answers. Suddenly, you hear a friendly, calm voice singing a song of strength and renewal. A handsome man from the past appears; he extends a hand of hope and lifts you to your feet. He introduces himself as David, the shepherd. He begins to sing a beautiful song—the song of his life, his struggles and victories—and the melody of his life amazingly resembles your own. Accept his invitation and discover how the most thrilling and adventurous life in Scripture holds valuable meaning for your own life of faith. Anderson's extensive research and travels throughout the Holy Lands eminently qualify him to lead you on this journey of faith. At times, you will visualize David's adventures so clearly you will feel as though you are there. Other times, your view of the shepherd turned king will be eclipsed by the reflection of yourself. But at all times, you will hear the song—the shepherd's song—and it will give hope and meaning to your own life's song.

Revel with a Cause

David Shepherd, telephone interview by author, tape recording, May 28, 1999; Peter Bryan, “First Nights in a Barroom,” Chicago 1 (January 1955):59–60. For background on the rise of postwar European cabaret, see Franz Spelman, ...


Author: Stephen E. Kercher

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226431659

Category: Humor

Page: 572

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We live in a time much like the postwar era. A time of arch political conservatism and vast social conformity. A time in which our nation’s leaders question and challenge the patriotism of those who oppose their policies. But before there was Jon Stewart, Al Franken, or Bill Maher, there were Mort Sahl, Stan Freberg, and Lenny Bruce—liberal satirists who, through their wry and scabrous comedic routines, waged war against the political ironies, contradictions, and hypocrisies of their times. Revel with a Cause is their story. Stephen Kercher here provides the first comprehensive look at the satiric humor that flourished in the United States during the 1950s and early 1960s. Focusing on an impressive range of comedy—not just standup comedians of the day but also satirical publications like MAD magazine, improvisational theater groups such asSecond City, the motion picture Dr. Strangelove, and TV shows like That Was the Week That Was—Kercher reminds us that the postwar era saw varieties of comic expression that were more challenging and nonconformist than we commonly remember. His history of these comedic luminaries shows that for a sizeable audience of educated, middle-class Americans who shared such liberal views, the period’s satire was a crucial mode of cultural dissent. For such individuals, satire was a vehicle through which concerns over the suppression of civil liberties, Cold War foreign policies, blind social conformity, and our heated racial crisis could be productively addressed. A vibrant and probing look at some of the most influential comedy of mid-twentieth-century America, Revel with a Cause belongs on the short list of essential books for anyone interested in the relationship between American politics and popular culture.

First and Second Samuel

David is a rare combination of energy and reticence , confidence and humility . He is a leader without an ego . The elders ' approach to David is supported by a text : " The LORD said to you : It is you who shall be shepherd of my ...


Author: Eugene H. Peterson

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 066425523X

Category: Religion

Page: 270

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The power of story as God's word to the community of faith is never more clear than in the books of Samuel. Emotion, drama, complexity of character, and mystery fill the pages of these two biblical books. Eugene Peterson's commentary emphasizes the resonance and interplay between these stories of kings and prophets and the social and cultural issues that concern us today. Books in the Westminster Bible Companion series assist laity in their study of the Bible as a guide to Christian faith and practice. Each volume explains the biblical book in its original historical context and explores its significance for faithful living today. These books are ideal for individual study and for Bible study classes and groups.

West Virginia Historical Magazine Quarterly

David received a small portion in his father's will , because he iad , at the time of his father's death acquired a ... The following is a chronological arrangement of some of the chief events of David Shepherd's life with proofs .




ISBN: PRNC:32101072361593

Category: West Virginia


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Christ Before the Manger

[Ps. 23:1] David had learned by experience that because the Lord was his shepherd, all of his needs would always be fully met. By the tone of the psalm, it is obvious that David was satisfied with the Lord's management of his life.


Author: Ron Rhodes

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781579105624

Category: Religion

Page: 300

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