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Pathway To Our Hearts

Author: Thomas Collins
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ISBN: 9781594712654
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Drawn from Archbishop Thomas Collins popular monthly lectio divina series at St. Michaels Cathedral in Toronto, Pathway to Our Hearts invites readers to listen to the word of God and examine what it tells them about loving God with their mind, heart, and hands. With the Sermon on the Mount as his focus, Collins welcomes readers into a nourishing encounter with the word of God, adapting the ancient practice of lectio divina for todays Catholics. At this time of revival of the tradition of lectio divina, including a strong endorsement by the 2008 Synod on the Word, Collins models a simple approach that anyone can take to reading scripture. Collinss friendly, conversational manner encourages the reader to learn to listen to the text, allowing Gods voice to speak to the heart. From his long experience of teaching the Bible, Collins offers readers expert advice on praying with the scriptures, but most importantly he models it, and those who thirst to draw close to Gods word will find refreshment in these pages.

Lifestyle Fitting Heaven

Author: Kancho Georgiev
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1512760277
Size: 48.66 MB
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The aim of Lifestyle Fitting Heaven is a thorough survey of each subject introduced in the Teaching on the Mount with the intent for a deeper understanding of Jesus clear-cut demand of how a Christian life should be conducted. Although exceedingly profound, His precepts are astoundingly comprehensible and accessible because they are not designed for the wise and learned but for the little children, who are innocent in heart and eager to embrace and comply with them. Yet, their tone is not mawkish, but didactic, admonitory, guiding, liberating, and most notably, propitious, for it puts all in eternal blissful perspective (provided we are on the right track). The author very much hopes that by the grace of God this book will be edifying to a great number of people who hate the dreariness of shallow religiosity and have determined to disciple and prepare their souls for the eternal approval of God.

A Guidebook To Prayer

Author: MaryKate Morse
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830835784
Size: 35.54 MB
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MaryKate Morse explains 24 different prayer methods while also exploring prayer in light of each person of the Trinity. This guidebook is designed to move you from lamenting over prayerlessness to the joy of praying. Whether you are a beginner or a lifetime person of faith, you will find a treasure trove of riches here to guide you into a deeper experience of prayer.

The Jagged Journey

Author: Barry L. Callen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532639759
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It’s the most important subject in Christianity. It reveals who God is, how God works, how we mature as followers of Jesus, and how we are to conduct ourselves in this sinful world. The subject is suffering. To explore it biblically and inspirationally is to identify the basic elements of a responsible Christian theology that’s more than a set of pious abstractions. This subject forces us close to where we hurt, doubt, believe, and relate to our neighbors. God suffers, Jesus cries. The tears of God are the deepest meaning of our history. God’s “problem” is not that God is not able to do certain things, but that God loves. The cross of Jesus was in God’s heart before it appeared on Golgatha. The pain of God is the healing of humanity. The cross, the worst of human doing and the best of divine revelation, clarifies that we must die to really live. We must share in the sufferings of Jesus.