The Great 50 Days

The Daily Office from Easter to Pentecost

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Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

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Category: Religion

Page: 464

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Like its companion volume, 40 Days, this book is intended to be an accessible, doable, toe-in-the-water introduction to the private recitation of the daily office. It will contain rite two Morning and Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer, the Psalter as prescribed and edited for each day from Easter morning through the Day of Pentecost, the collects, and all bible readings (New Revised Standard Version) for the two-year lectionary cycle. The Prayer Book services of Order for Noonday and Compline (close of day) will also be included for readers who find those times more suitable for praying an office. Readings, prayers, and psalms will be included for the major holy days that often fall in Easter season, including the Annunciation (March 25) and St. Mark (April 25).

Tongues of Fire Devotional

50 Days Celebrating Pentecost

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Publisher: Whitaker House

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Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 384

A fifty-day devotional for Pentecost featuring the words and teachings of faithful men and women of God, both classic and contemporary authors, regarding the miraculous power available through God's gift of the Holy Spirit. Includes excerpts from Smith Wigglesworth, John G. Lake, William Seymour, Aimee Semple McPherson, Maria Woodworth-Etter, Andrew Murray, E. W. Kenyon, R. A. Torrey, John Wesley, Mary K. Baxter, Guillermo Maldonado, James Goll, Bill Johnson, and many more. Let this collection of charismatic classics help you to celebrate the wild tongues of fire that signified the coming of Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost, and be filled anew with the powerful presence of God.

The Final 50 Days of Jesus Christ

A Chronological Presentation and Discussion

Author: Don T Phillips

Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing

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Page: 532

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The two most important events in the history of mankind are the Birth of Jesus Christ and the Death of Jesus Christ. When Christ was about 30 years old, He began His ministry of reconciliation at the River Jordan where He was baptized by John. This began a 3.5 year period of time during which Christ revealed Himself as the Son of God who would redeem all men from the curse of sin, and offer eternal life to all who would believe in faith that He had come to save mankind. This 3.5-year period of time ended in Jerusalem when Christ was crucified on the Cross of Calvary as the perfect sacrificial Lamb of God who would shed His blood for the forgiveness of sin. Christ was crucified, died and buried and after 3 days He rose from the grave. This book is about the last 50 days from when Christ entered Jericho on His way to Jerusalem and when He ascended to the Father. It presents in detail a detailed Chronological record of all that Christ said and did over those last 50 days. What did Jesus say? What did He do? Where did He go? The following topics are discussed and supported by Holy Scripture. The 7 Feasts of Israel The Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus Christ A Discussion and Explanation of What Christ Said and Did over the last 50 days Scriptural Proof that Jesus Lay in the Tomb for 3 Full Days and 3 Full Nights Scriptural Proof that Jesus died in 30 AD A Complete Exposition and Explanation of the Olivet Discourse The Lord's Last Supper The Prophetic Words of Christ Concerning the Rapture and End-time-Events The Betrayal of Christ The Jewish, Roman Hearings and Trials which Condemned Christ A Harmonization of the Visits of the Women to the Tomb of Christ Post-Resurrection Appearances of Jesus Christ This Book was written for every Person who wants to know Jesus Christ. It should be valuable to every Christian. It is ideally suited for a Bible Study Group or Home Church Group.

The Revelation of Jesus Christ

An Open Letter to the Churches from a Modern Perspective of the Book of Revelation

Author: Lynn Hiles

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

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Category: Religion

Page: 261

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For anyone struggling to understand John s writings in Revelation, this book provides true, Biblically-based answers. Through detailed insight into the letters John wrote to seven churches of his day, you will learn how to avoid the inherent pitfalls of the first Adam mentality to overcome today's trials and tribulations. The more you understand the Book of Revelation, the more you will be disarmed of the fears, intimidations, rhetoric, and flood of information spewing from the dragon s mouth. This overflow of propaganda has kept the human family afraid to even read the Book of Revelation, when, in fact, it is the only book in the Bible that declares a built-in blessing to those who read and understand it.

Using Common Worship Times and Seasons 2

Lent to Embertide

Author: David Kennedy

Publisher: Church House Publishing

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Page: 176

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Offers guidance from the Liturgical Commission on best practice in using Times and Seasons from Lent to Embertide. It uses practical tips and illuminating case studies to encourage creative use of the Common Worship liturgy in your church.

The Word We Celebrate

Commentary on the Sunday Lectionary, Years A, B, and C

Author: Patricia Datchuck Sanchez

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

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Category: Religion

Page: 408

View: 449

Accessible background and insights on each scripture text in the three-year Sunday lectionary cycle. An invaluable resource for preachers, lectors, liturgical musicians, catechists and more.

Christian Belief and Practice

The Roman Catholic Tradition

Author: Gordon Geddes

Publisher: Heinemann

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Category: Catholic Church

Page: 122

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Christian belief and practice (GCSE Religious studies for AQA)

Christianity

Author: Anne Jordan

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

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Category: Christianity

Page: 112

View: 396

GCSE RE for You: Christianity is part of the popular GCSE RE for You series. It offers a thorough introduction to each topic and tests pupils' knowledge through a range of activities and exam-style questions. The content and style motivates students and makes RE a more interesting option within schools.