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Longing, Waiting, Believing: Reflections for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany

Longing, Waiting, Believing: Reflections for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany
The reflections follow a fresh theme each week that include Following God's call; Foretelling God's plan; Turning to God's way; Welcoming God's Son; the cost of believing; and living in the here and now. Each day's thoughts conclude with a reflection or prayer.
Our Price: £7.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781841017563
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Publisher: BRF
Author: Rodney Holder
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The reflections follow a fresh theme each week that include Following God's call; Foretelling God's plan; Turning to God's way; Welcoming God's Son; the cost of believing; and living in the here and now. Each day's thoughts conclude with a reflection or prayer. In the excitement of preparing for Christmas, the traditionally penitential nature of Advent is often overlooked. This book takes readers from 1 December to 6 January, covering the well-known events of the nativity story while also showing the relevance of the Advent focus on the 'four last things' - death, judgment, heaven and hell - as part of the build-up to celebrating the Incarnation. Author Rodney Holder also draws on relevant insights from his years of work at the interface of science and faith. Epiphany is included. The book may be used in groups, and concludes with a section of questions for reflection and discussion for each week.
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