A Companion Guide to The Jesus Creed

By: Mcknight, Scot

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Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor visible cover wear including sunned spine, minor visible outer soil. Used paperback book copy of A Companion Guide to the Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight. From the back cover: A Companion Guide to the Jesus Creed enables the reader to anchor the lessons of The Jesus Creed into the depths on one's heart. Designed for group or individual use, this companion guide is perfect for Bible study groups, classes, or personal devotions. Each of the thirty sessions begins with reciting the Jesus Creed and ends with the Lord's Prayer. Brewster MA: Paraclete Press, 2004. ix, 67 pages. 5-3/8 x 8 inches, 21 cm. List price on this printing 5.95. Current list price 6.99.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!


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According to Jesus, the spiritually formed person is the one who loves God and who loves others. This Companion Guide enables the reader to anchor the lessons of The Jesus Creed into the depths of one's heart. Reading The Jesus Creed is the first step; reciting throughout the day The Jesus Creed is the next step. Applying it to all of life is next. Each day's Guide applies the fundamental spiritual formation principle of each chapter in The Jesus Creed, and then encourages each of us to dig deeper in the Gospels to learn more about how The Jesus Creed shaped the life of Jesus and all those around him. What one learns is that The Jesus Creed is everywhere in the Gospels because it was at the heart of spiritual formation for Jesus.

Title: A Companion Guide to The Jesus Creed

Author/Composer: Mcknight, Scot

Categories: Spirituality,

Publisher: Paraclete Press: 2004-08-01

ISBN Number: 1557254125

ISBN Number 13: 9781557254122

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 012526

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