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Gold And Jewels

gold and jewels

  • A precious stone, typically a single crystal or a piece of a hard lustrous or translucent mineral, cut into shape with flat facets or smoothed and polished for use as an ornament

  • (jewel) a precious or semiprecious stone incorporated into a piece of jewelry

  • Jewels is a 1968 album by Waylon Jennings on RCA Victor.

  • An ornament or piece of jewelry containing such a stone or stones

  • (jewel) bejewel: adorn or decorate with precious stones; "jeweled dresses"

  • A hard precious stone used as a bearing in a watch, compass, or other device

  • An alloy of this

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • coins made of gold

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

gold and jewels - The Book

The Book of Buried Treasure - Being a True History of the Gold, Jewels, and Plate of Pirates, Galleons etc,

The Book of Buried Treasure - Being a True History of the Gold, Jewels, and Plate of Pirates, Galleons etc,

Originally published in 1911, this a fascinating and detailed history of 'the Gold, Jewels, and Plate of Pirates, Galleons etc, Which are Sought for to this Day'. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Hesperides Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. Contents Incude - The World-Wide Hunt for Vanished Riches - Captain Kidd in Fact Fiction - Captain Kidd, His Treasure - Captain Kidd His Trail and Death - The Wondrous Fortune of William Phips - The Bold Sea Rogue, John Quelch - The Armada Galleon of Tobermory Bay - The Lost Plate Fleet of Vigo - The Pirates' Hoard of Trinidad - The Lure of Cocos Island - The Mystery of the Lutine Frigate - The Toilers of the Thetis - The Quest of El Dorado - The Wizardy of the Divining Rod - Sundry Pirates and their Booty - Practical Hints for Treasure Seekers

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Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Inigo Lopez de Loyola, who later took the name Ignatius, was the youngest son of a nobleman of the mountainous Basque region of northern Spain. Trained in the courtly manner of the time of King Ferdinand, he dreamed of the glories of knighthood and wore his sword and breastplate with a proud arrogance.

When Ignatius was born in 1491, the Middle Ages were just ending and Europe was entering into the Renaissance. So Ignatius was a man on the edge of two worlds.

Europe of the late 15th Century was a world of discovery and invention. European explorers sailed west to the Americas and south to Africa, and scholars uncovered the buried civilizations of Greece and Rome. The printing press fed a new hunger for knowledge among a growing middle class. It was the end of chivalry and the rise of a new humanism. It was a time of radical change, social upheaval, and war.

In a quixotic attempt in 1521 to defend the Spanish border fortress of Pamplona against the French artillary, Inigo's right leg was shattered by a cannon ball. His French captors, impressed by the Inigo's courage, carried him on a litter across Spain to his family home at Loyola where he began a long period of convalescence.

During that time, he read several religious books, the only reading material readily available. These books and the isolation of the recovery period brought about a conversion which led to the founding of the Jesuits. Ignatius began to pray. He fasted, did penance and works of charity, dedicated himself to God and, after some troubles with the Spanish Inquisition, decided to study for the priesthood.

As a student in Paris he drew a small band of friends to himself and directed them in extended prayer and meditation according to his Spiritual Exercises. After further studies, the first Jesuits were ordained to the Catholic priesthood in Venice and offered themselves in service to Pope Paul III. In 1540, Paul III approved the Institute of the Society of Jesus. Ignatius was elected General Superior and served in that post until his death in 1556 at the age of 65.

This statue of the founder of the Jesuits (whose feast is on 31 July), which stand above his relics in the church of Il Gesu in Rome, is overlaid with silver, gold, jewels and enamels. Made between 1695-1700, it is a triumph of Baroque art, and a sign of the wealth and confidence of the Society of Jesus.

Indian crown jewels

Indian crown jewels

Whilst traveling in India we were given the opportunity to try on the indian crown jewels (which england would never let you do). This is the main piece, a large solid gold medallion studded with real diamonds and emeralds. The chain is also made nearly entirely of emeralds. This peice was worth (if a value can be placed on such an object) tens of millions of pounds. In rupees the whole set was worth about quarter of a billion.

gold and jewels

gold and jewels

Jewels from E.M. Bounds (Pure Gold Classics)

E. M. (Edward McKendree) Bounds has left a legacy of
Spirit-inspired sermons as relevant today and all future
tomorrows, as they were when he first spoke them. His
scriptural, powerful, and heartfelt teachings on foundational
themes, such as the great need for prayer—both prayer for
individual needs and corporate prayer for the Church—are so
stirring you may forget you are reading them because what he
is saying makes you feel that you are sitting in his congregation
absorbing the truth of his words as they flow into your spirit.
His sermon topics include revival, prayer meetings, Church
spiritual growth, family and personal growth, discipline,
purpose of the local church, spiritual principles, preaching,
spiritual leadership, thought life, evangelism, praise and
worship, Heaven, the Christian home, the Holy Spirit, sin,
self-denial, and faith, just to mention a few.

Because E. M. Bounds had children himself, his sermons
are written with the whole family in mind. His concerns for
the spiritual welfare of Christian families echo those of God
himself. Without a doubt his teachings were wrapped in love
and given as gifts to the whole family of God.

As you read these sermons, you will find that each one is
a journey into God’s will for your life, the lives of your loved
ones, family, friends, and those God brings into your life as
you walk this journey of faith with Him.

Beverlee J. Chadwick, Editor
Bridge-Logos Foundation

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