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Meditative Commentary - Romans & Galatians (Meditative Commentary)

by Gary Holloway

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0891125027, Paperback)

Do you want a deeper, more-fulfilling way of Bible study? Do you want to begin daily Bible reading, but need guidance? Do you need a guide for family Bible study? Or for your small group Bible study?

This meditative commentary series is for you. There are many commentaries and workbooks for Bible study, but this series is different. It employs the classic Christian method of 'holy reading' to help you hear the voice of God.

Holy reading involves slowly engaging a short passage of Scripture, listening closely, reading repeatedly, praying the words, and perhaps sharing with fellow believers. When we quiet ourselves and engage God's word, God will bless us, our families, and our churches.

This volume will help you listen for the voice of God through two letters of Paul - Romans and Galatians. In Romans, Paul shares the good news that sin is forgiven, that we live without condemnation, and that the Spirit of Jesus lives in us. In Galatians, Paul warns against turning from Christian freedom of spiritual bondage. By meditating on these letters, we experience the depth of grace and freedom that God gives us through Christ and the Spirit.

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