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SOWERSouthern Ocean Whale and Ecosystem Research
SOWERSoundings of Ozone and Water in the Equatorial Region
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Readings were taken from Exodus Chapt 14 vs 10 - 17 where God gives His instructions to Moses and Mark chapt 4 vs 3-12 'The Parable of the Sower.' .' The sermon was based on a comparison of Peter Waldo founder of the Waldensian Church with St Francis of Assisi and the Franciscan Church.
It was this commitment that quickly separated Sower from many of its competitors and it was therefore not long before Brendon had attracted the attention of investors abroad.
Of the latter, Lynn says the experience reminded her of the parable of the sower and the seed.
Booking this late hour assuages the daily stalking of the sower.
9 May 2012 - US-based Farmers Capital Bank Corp (NASDAQ:FFKT) said on Tuesday that its board of directors has elected R Terry Bennett as its chairman, succeeding Frank W Sower, who stepped down after his elected term expired.
IN THE Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13), Jesus gives four examples of our reaction to the opportunity of living a good life.
The parable of the sower is our Lord's attempt to help his disciples understand what has taken place and their responsibilities in ministry.
University of New Hampshire professor of biochemistry Stacia Sower and colleagues at two Japanese universities have identified the first reproductive hormone of these gonadotropins.
The band, whose albums include The Seed And The Sower, Tripping The Light Fantastic and The Spell, was reformed by founder and keyboard player Robert John Godfrey who had, at one point, worked with Barclay James Harvest.
Newman staff and guests getting in the party mood.; Michaela and Philip Artingstall, Steve Harris, Joanne Saunders; Kate Thompson, Liz Plummer; John Howard, Richard Sower, Michelle Huntington, Emma Talbot; Samantha Dimbylow, Doreen and David Smith, Sandra Dimbylow
I believe that Marie's Prologue alludes to the Parable of the Sower and thereby points to that parable, as it was glossed in the Middle Ages, as a source for Marie's theory of poetic obscurity.