Spenser: For Hire : "Promised Land" - MYSTERY*FILE

Why Didn’t Moses Get to Go to the Promised Land? | …

His Promised Land Book Review Essays - 788195 - …

"As Lewis-McCoy digs into Rolling Acres [...], it seems less and less a promised land. Despite all of its ostensible advantages, the district and its broader community reveal how much inequality exists under the surface . . . Lewis-McCoy does us a great service in tackling his difficult and complicated task. More to his credit, he succeeds, to a considerable extent, in making this more subtle and elusive form of inequality come alive for the reader . . . For that we owe him thanks."—Paul L. Tractenberg,

Review of “My Promised Land: The Triumph and …

To begin 2018 the right way, we need to thank the Lord for 2017 and everything that happened to us in it—both the good and the other that will work for our good. Every bitter thing must be turned into sweetness if we are to continue toward our Promised Land, the fulfillment of the promises we've been given. (Photo via Pixabay)

The first thing Israel had to learn if they were going to make it to their Promised Land was how to turn the bitter waters into sweet, or how to turn every bad thing they endured into a good thing. We must do the same.