3 edition of The scarlet cord found in the catalog.
The scarlet cord
Frank G. Slaughter
Written in English
Originally published, Doubleday, 1956.
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Little did Rahab the prostitute know that that scarlet cord would turn her life from a life of shame to a life of fame! In the book of Matthew, Rahab is listed in the early lineage of Jesus Himself! Oscar Wilde nailed it when he said, “Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.”. Publisher Description Rahab, a resourceful beauty, struggles to survive in the pagan culture of ancient Jericho. As years of harsh labor begin to lift her and her family from poverty, a foreign army threatens the well-fortified city. Rahab is forced to make an immediate decision.
The Scarlet Cord: Conversations With God s Chosen Women tells the story of biblical women in a new way, drawing the reader further down her spiritual path and closer to Christ. And here is why: for too long, women in the Bible have been demonized, sanctified or simply misunderstood, leaving highly s. Lecture 2, The Scarlet Cord: The book of Hebrews lists Rahab, the prostitute from Jericho, as one of the faithful in the company of Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham and Sarah.
This is a much needed book! All will enjoy and learn the important roles women played in Scripture, in biblical history, and in the lives of those who continue to seek God at work in the world about us. By revealing the personalities behind unique and compelling women in the Bible, The Scarlet Cord also draws out our own stories. The Scarlet Cord Her name was Rahab, and she was a prostitute. I must say, she is one of my favorite heroines in Scripture, and in the event that you don’t know her story, find a cozy chair and flip to the second chapter of Joshua.
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Lindsay Hardin Freeman in her book The Scarlet Cord-Conversations with God's Chosen Women,has brought to life these 12 courageous women in a way that has never been done. The book is written brilliantly, the artwork is spectacular.
Even with little knowledge of the Bible the reader can feel the powerful wisdom of these women/5(25). The Scarlet Cord.v This is a very good book on the life of Rahab as imagined by the authors of the book.
No one can be sure how she became a harlot but it /5. THE SCARLET CORD Unknown Binding – January 1, out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" /5(5).
The Scarlet Cord book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Rahab was to know both degradation as a slave whom any man could possess/5. The Scarlet Cord Paperback – by Frank G. Slaughter (Author)/5(5).
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See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(5). The Scarlet Cord book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 'The Scarlet Cord' tells the story of biblical women in The scarlet cord book new way, drawin /5. How interesting that a scarlet cord, likely, an emblem of ill-repute, became a sign of salvation.
How very beautiful to think that it is a scarlet cord of the covenant of God's grace that binds all. The Scarlet Cord is a historical/biblical fiction piece loosely woven from a few paragraphs in the Bible about Rahab, the woman who helped bring down the City of Jerico and an ancestoress of Jesus.
I have been a huge fan of Joan Wolf for years, which is why I stepped out of my normal reading genre (urban fantasy) and purchased this book.4/4(). "This Scarlet Cord" by Joan Wolf is a fictional account of the story of "Rahab the Harlot," as is outlined in the book of Joshua.
While I found a small number of inconsistencies with what is actually taught in the Bible, I still enjoyed this story and kept in mind that this was a fictional retelling/5.
The scarlet cord saved the spies, too. It was the same cord they used to escape from Jericho. And it was the same cord that provided the escape for Rahab and her entire family from Jericho.
The "scarlet cord" in Rahab's window didn't provide selective safety. Threaded throughout the Old Testament is a scarlet cord" of Scripture, foretelling redemption through Jesus, the Jewish Messiah. Following are just a small portion of Scriptures that foretold Jesus, who came to hang on Calvary, even as that scarlet cord hung from the window.
Through Him alone, Jews and Gentiles can find redemption from sin. The scarlet cord—the color of blood—was a sign of her faith that led to her salvation. The cord, for Rahab, worked much like the smeared blood on the lintels and doorposts of Jewish homes in Egypt Author: Skip Heitzig.
The current Ancient and Masonic Order of the Scarlet Cord is based on an earlier Order, The Royal Order of Knights of the Scarlet Cord, developed in the British Isles inwhich was itself derived from 18th Century documents from the Amsterdam Masonic archives. The rituals and ceremonies were rewritten and enriched by His Honour.
The Scarlet Cord. The Scarlet Cord. That precious saving resurrecting power Praise God, totally wrecked under His Anointing Hosanna to the Highest. Our King is passing by your way ♀️ ♀️ God bless you all. A Concise Call to World Missions.
Emphasizing God’s only way of salvation through the precious blood of Jesus Christ, The Scarlet Cord is a call to missions. With personal missionary adventures and a passion for the lost, Jon & Ann Dunagan share why “Missions is not just for missionaries; God’s call is for all!”.
The scarlet cord symbolized in type Rahab’s acceptance of the “lamb’s blood” in her life. What the blood on the doorposts on the first Passover night in Egypt was to the houses of Israel, so the scarlet cord in the window was to the house of Rahab. It became Rahab’s identification as one to be saved in a day of calamity.
Pamela Alderman's exhibit “The Scarlet Cord,” masterfully opens the eyes of the public to the sad and destructive world of human trafficking, but is always ready to show the path to redemption and healing.
She Hangs a Scarlet Cord. But there, finally, hanging in the window of the room where Rahab gathered together her family, the scarlet cord is found. And here we are, all together where the scarlet cord is. Our sins are like scarlet, but they shall be white as snow (Is.
)—the blood of the paschal lamb. As they departed, the spies told Rahab, “Tie this cord of scarlet thread in the window” (Joshua ), with the promise that she and her household would be kept safe in the coming invasion.
By faith, Rahab obeyed: “And she tied the scarlet cord in the window” (verse 21). The Scarlet Cord is a story of survival, breaking free, finding your place, discovering faith, and finding someone who sees you for who you really grows up under the harsh rule of her father who forces her to use Author: Sharon Faucheux.