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青原区妇幼保健人民医院割双眼皮手术多少钱吉安中医院玻尿酸多少钱He is an affluent 2nd generation. 他是富二代。Affluent 2nd generation (The rapidly expanding affluent 2nd generation is seeking to define their identity and quality of life via luxuries.越来越多的;富二代;开始加入奢侈品消费者行列,以显其社会地位和生活品质。 /201511/409206吉安保仕柏丽整形美容医院激光去痣好吗 Children in America love to play a game called "Mother, May I?" One child stands facing a line of children a distance away. The one child calls out a command, but the other children must remember to ask"Mother, may I?" before they move. When the leading child says, "Yes, you may, " then the child in the line may move. The children groan when they forget to ask, "Mother, may I?" for it means one must go back to the starting line.That reminds me of what happened to Joshua and the leaders of Israel. Listen for a groan from the people of Israel in our Bible lesson today!Do you remember the names of the two cities that Joshua and the soldiers of Israel have conquered since they crossed over the Jordan River?The first city was Jericho, and the second was the little city of Ai. All the other cities were hearing about these incredible victories, and they were afraid."Will we be the next?" they were probably asking. The Bible says in Joshua 9:1 and 2, "when all the kings heard they gathered themselves together, to fight with Joshua and .."Israel."" They decided their best defense would be to fight together. As these kings were making their plans to fight Israel, there was one city that made very different plans!It seems that the people of the city of Gibeon realized that fighting Joshua would be useless.So they worked very slyly! They had some men dress up as ambassadors to go to Israel. An ambassador is an official messenger sent from a country usually for the purpose of keeping peace between countries. But these men from Gibeon intentionally dressed up in old, dusty clothes, and put on old, worn-out shoes. They put old sacks for saddles on their donkeys, and took old, worn out wine bottles. They even took dry, moldy b. Well, what do you suppose they are going to do, boys and girls?Joshua 9:6 says, "And they went to Joshua to the camp, and said to him, and to the men of Israel, "We have come from a far country:now make a league with us." A league meant a peace agreement. Joshua and the men of Israel looked them over carefully as they listened.The Gibeonites were very good actors! They SAID they were from a far country, they LOOKED like they had come a long way, but in their hearts they KNEW they were lying. And God knew it. The Bible says, "Man looks on the outward appearance, but the LORD looks on the heart." The heart is the real you that's listening to me right now. No matter what you wear or how nice you try to act, God sees the real you on the inside! What does God see when He looks at our hearts?Jeremiah 17:9 says, "The heart is deceitful and desperately wicked." God knows every jealous thought we've ever had, every lie we've ever told, every time we've pouted, or disobeyed. And He doesn't excuse even the smallest sin. God is our loving Creator, but He is also holy, completely perfect, and says SIN MUST BE PUNISHED. For those who do not believe in Jesus, that punishment is everlasting death and separation from God. Being a good actor might help you escape punishment here on earth, but remember, God sees your heart!The Gibeonites were very good actors, as they presented their story to Joshua and the people of Israel. But Joshua and the men of Israel could not see in their hearts, so they tried to figure out the truth from what they saw."Suppose you people really live close to us, and you're just lying to us. How can we be sure we should make a league with you?" the men of Israel asked.Main Truth:Link:The men of Israel were suspicious, but they didn't know for sure. But they were using their eyes and their minds to try to figure out the truth. Was that enough?What was the most important thing they should have done right then?You are right if you said:"Ask God about it?, for He knew everything about these strangers! Remember the game, "Mother, may I?" If you are God's child, don't forget to come to Him with every decision and say, "Father, may I?" Your Heavenly Father knows the very best answer!The men of Israel were suspicious, but they didn't ask God for wisdom and direction! Joshua just kept asking questions."Who are you, and from what country did you come?" The Gibeonites had their answers all y."We are your servants who have come from a very far country, and we came because we heard about the Lord your God, and all that He did in Egypt, and how He helped you defeat all those kings on the other side of Jordan. So we wanted to make a league with you. If you don't believe us, look at our b?we took it hot out of the oven the day we left, and now look, it is dry and moldy. Look at our shoes and clothes how worn out they are. You can tell we have been traveling a long, long time."Joshua 9:14 is a very sad verse:"And men (of Israel) did not ask counsel at the mouth of the LORD."They didn't pray about it, to ask God's direction. They made the wrong decisions. They decided to make peace with these ambassadors, and let them live. So they made a league with the men of Gibeon and promised them before the Lord that they would not kill them.Only 3 days later they found out the truth. And the truth was that the Gibeonites had really only come about 20 miles! They were not from a far country at all! Can you just hear that groan going up from the camp of Israel!! Gibeah was actually one of the cities Joshua was planning to conquer, and now he had promised before the Lord that the people of Israel would not hurt them.The Bible says the people of Israel complained, but they knew they had promised before the Lord, and they could not break that promise, or they will be in trouble with the Lord. But Joshua and the leaders of Israel called the Gibeonites together and asked them, "Why did you deceive us, telling us you were from a far country, when you really live very close?" The Gibeonites had a very good answer, boys and girls!"Because we heard how the Lord your God commanded his servant Moses to give you all the land, and to destroy all of us, so we were very afraid for our lives because of you, and have done this thing. And now, we are in your hand, whatever seems right and good to you to do to us, do it."The Gibeonites had done the only thing they knew to do to be saved from destruction! Did you know there is only one thing you and I can do to be saved from everlasting death and destruction?John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son that whosever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." The word"perish?means to be destroyed forever. But God loves you so much that He was willing to give up the dearest treasure of His heart, His perfect Son Jesus, for YOU. How did God give His Son?He sent Jesus to earth to die in your place, taking your punishment and mine for sin. When wicked men nailed Jesus to a wooden cross, He was taking our place. After the Lord Jesus died and was buried, He came alive again on the 3rd day. Now Jesus is in Heaven, and believing in Him is the ONLY way you and I can be saved from everlasting death and destruction. The Gibeonites knew of only one way they could be saved from destruction by Joshua and the army of Israel. And that was to trick the people of Israel.Joshua kept his promise to save their lives, but because they had deceived the people of Israel, Joshua said, "Now because of this, you are cursed and there shall none of you be freed from being servants to us. You will cut wood and carry water for the house of our God."The people of Gibeon ily agreed to this job. Perhaps they realized it was certainly better to cut wood and draw water and still have their families alive and well, than to have Joshua and his army come and completely destroy them.Do you think the people of Israel really wanted to be bothered with a lot of strangers in their camp?No, and every day as Joshua and the people of Israel saw a Gibeonite chopping wood, or bringing water, they would be reminded of the sad consequences of not asking God for His direction! If you are God's child, remember to ask God's directions so you can make right decisions! Bad decisions can cause you much sorrow, some for the rest of your life! Will you begin daily to God's Word?His Word is our best counselor! And pray anytime, anywhere, about anything! God promises His Holy Spirit will be a guide for us in making right decisions. Article/200712/23375《绝望主妇》原句:A car? A modelling academy? You should have discussed with these gifts with me first.I’m sorry kids but we can not accept them.单词词组讲解Should have discussed 虚拟语气发音讲解(连读和吞音)Should have 连读最后翻译:汽车?模特学校?你应该先和我商量一下这些礼物的事情。孩子们对不起,但是我们不能接受这些礼物。喜欢我的节目,也可以关注我的微信公众号:小紫美语 /201706/514152江西吉安吸脂多少钱

吉安市中心医院光子嫩肤多少钱吉水县妇幼保健人民医院祛疤手术多少钱 open someone#39;s eye to 使某人意识到A:The country is strong only in appearance. Don#39;t you think so?A:这国家只是外表强大,你不这么认为吗?B:Yes. In fact there#39;re quite a large number of people who have no food to eat and no place to live in.B:是的,实际上,有很多人没饭吃,没房住。A:You can say that again. The government must open its eyes to the fact.A:是啊,政府必须意识到这个事实。 /201610/460860吉水县去除黄褐斑多少钱

吉安市人民医院去胎记多少钱Low pay~工资低 ~~多么简单的说法,不用salaryLow pay更口语化 /201706/512089 Now the VOA Special English program "American Stories". Our story today is called "Paul's Case". It was written by Willa Cather. "Paul's Case" will be told in 2 parts. Here is Kay Gallant with part one of the story.Paul hated school. He did not do his homework. He did not like his teachers. Paul's father did not know what to do with him. His teachers did not know either.One afternoon, all his teachers at Pittsburgh High School met together with him to discuss his case. Paul was late. When he entered the room, his teachers sat waiting for him. He was tall for his age and very thin. His clothes were too small for him but they were clean. He had a bright red flower in the buttonhole of his black jacket. One of the teachers asked Paul why he had come to the meeting. Paul said politely that he wanted to do better in school. This was a lie. Paul often lied. His teachers began to speak. They had many complaints. One said Paul talked to the other students instead of paying attention to the lessons. Another said Paul always sat in class with his hands covering his eyes. A third teacher said Paul looked out the window instead of looking at her. His teachers attacked him without mercy. Paul's eyebrows moved up and down as his teachers spoke. His smile never left his face but his fingers shook as he touched the flower on his coat. At last, the meeting was over. Paul's smile got even wider. He bowed gracefully and left the room. His teachers were angry and confused. The art teacher spoke for all of them when he said there was something about Paul that he didn't understand. "I don't think he really means to be bad", he said. "There is just something wrong with that boy." Then the art teacher remembered one warm afternoon, when Paul had fallen asleep in his class, Paul's face was white with thin blue veins under the skin. The boy's face looked tired and lined like an old man's. His eyebrows moved up and down even in his sleep.After he left the meeting, Paul ran down the hill from the school whistling. He was late for his job at the concert hall. Paul was an usher there. He showed people to their seats. He carried messages for them. He brought them their programs with the polite bow. Everyone thought he was a charming boy and the best usher at the hall.When Paul reached the concert hall that evening, he went immediately to the dressing room. About 6 boys were aly there. Paul began changing his clothes with excited hands. He loved his green uniform with the gold pockets and design. Paul rushed into the concert hall as soon as he had changed clothes. He ran up and down the hall, helping people. He became more and more excited. His face became pink and his eyes seemed larger and very bright. He looked almost handsome. At last, everyone was seated. The orchestra began to play. And Paul sat down with a sigh of relief.The music seemed to free something in Paul's spirit. Then a woman came out and began to sing. She had a rich strong soprano voice. Paul felt truly happy for the first time that day. At the end of the concert, Paul went back to the dressing room. After he had changed his clothes again, he went outside the concert hall. He decided to wait for the singer to come out. While he waited, he looked across the street to the large hotel called "Schenley". All the important people stayed at the Schenley when they visited Pittsburgh. Paul had never been inside it but he used to stand near the hotel's wide glass doors.He liked to watch the people enter and leave. He believed if he could only enter this kind of a hotel, he would be able to leave school, his teachers, and his ordinary gray life behind him forever. At last, the singer came out of the concert hall. Paul followed her as she walked to the hotel. He was part of a large crowd of admirers who had waited to see her. When they all reached the hotel, she turned and waved. Then the doors opened and she disappeared inside. Paul stared into the hotel as the doors slowly closed. He could feel the warm sweet air inside. And for a moment he felt part of a golden world of sparkling lights and marble floors. He thought about the mysterious dishes of food being served in the hotel's dining room. He thought about green bottles of wine growing cold in silver buckets of ice. He turned away from the hotel, and walked home. He thought of his room with its horrible yellow wallpaper, the old bed with its ugly red cover. He shook his head. Soon, he was walking down the street where he lived. All the houses on Cordelia Street were exactly alike. Middle-class businessmen had bought them for their families. All their children went to school and to church. They loved arithmetic. As Paul walked toward his house, he felt as if he were drowning in ugliness. He longed for cool colors and soft lights and fresh flowers. He didn't want to see his ugly bedroom, or the cold bathroom with its cracked mirror and gray floor. Paul went around to the back of his father's house. He found an open window, and climbed into the kitchen. Then he went downstairs to the basement. He was afraid of rats, but he did not want to face his own bedroom. Paul couldn't sleep. He sat on the floor and stared into the darkness until morning came. The following Sunday Paul had to go to church with his family. Afterwards, everyone came home and ate a big dinner. Then all the people who lived on Cordelia Street came outside to visit each other. After supper, Paul asked his father if he could visit a friend to get some help with his arithmetic. Paul left the house with his schoolbooks under his arm but he didn't go to his friend's house. Instead he went to see Charlie Edwards. Charlie was a young actor. Paul liked to spend his much time as he could at the theatre, where Charlie Edwards and his group acted in their place. It was only at the theatre and the concert hall that Paul felt really alive. The moment he smelt the air of these places, he felt like a prisoner suddenly set free. As soon as he heard the concert hall orchestra play, he forgot all the ugly unpleasant events in his own life. Paul had discovered that any kind of music awakened his imagination. Paul didn't want to become a musician, however. He didn't want to become an actor either. He only wanted to be near people who were actors and musicians. He wanted to see the kind of life these artists led. Paul found the schoolroom even worse after a night at the theatre or the concert hall. He hated the school's bare floors and cracked walls. He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and the studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants.Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill he would say, but he was still planning to make his trip next spring.Paul's problems at school became worse. Even after the meeting with his teachers, things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theatre. They were all friends of his. Finally his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman at the theatre not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theatre laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.You have just heard part one of the American Story "Paul's case". It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of "Paul's Case" told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.薇拉·凯瑟(Willa Cather l873-1947),20世纪上半叶美国著名的女作家,著名家。出生在弗吉尼亚州,幼时随父母迁居到中西部的内布拉斯加州。内布拉斯加大学毕业后曾任中学教员、记者和杂志编辑。1912年开始专事写作。其作品有《哦,拓荒者们!》(1913),《我的安东尼亚》(1918),《一个沉沦的妇女》(1923),《教授的住宅》(1925),及《死神来迎接大主教》(1927),《莎菲拉与女奴》(1940)等。 Article/200801/23661吉安去除鱼尾纹哪家医院好吉安脂肪丰胸多少钱

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