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When You Pray: Daily Bible Reflections for Lent and Easter on the Lord's Prayer

When You Pray: Daily Bible Reflections for Lent and Easter on the Lord's Prayer
Offering daily Bible readings, devotional comment and a prayer or point for reflection for every day from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day, this book reflects on the relevant passages from the Gospels considering the prayer in the context of New Testament teaching on prayer.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780857460899
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Publisher: BRF
Pub. Date: November 23 2012
Author: COLLICUT
Format: Paperback
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This book arises from my increasing awareness that the Lord's Prayer contains all that Christians really need to know; it is the very essence of the Gospel...My prayer is that you will have a sense of the great privilege that has been granted to us of holding a precious gem in our hands, of being able to delight in its radiance, play with its many facets, plumb its depths, gain a sense of peace and security from its touch, and in so doing deepen our awareness of our union with Christ.' In these Bible readings for Lent and Easter, Joanna Collicutt shows how growing as a Christian is rooted in the prayer Jesus gave us. As we pray the Lord's Prayer, we express our relationship with God, absorb gospel values and are also motivated to live them out. As we pray to the Father, in union with the Son, through the power of the Spirit, so we begin to take on the character of Christ. The Holy Week readings encourage us to pause, watch and wait at this special season; commentary is kept to a minimum and we spend time reflecting, in the light of the Lord's Prayer, on Luke's description of Christ's passion and resurrection.
Includes questions for group discussion which can form the basis of a group study through the weeks of Lent.
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