Listening Carefully to Jesus by R. E. O. White

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Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Sikhism,
  • Religion,
  • Christology,
  • New Testament,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Words,
  • Teachings,
  • Christianity - Christian Life - General,
  • Christianity - Discipleship,
  • Christianity - Theology - Christology,
  • Christian life & practice,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Jesus Christ

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7903994M
ISBN 100802843972
ISBN 109780802843975
OCLC/WorldCa43286793

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and he said, "Listen, all Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem and King Jehoshaphat: thus. LISTENING CAREFULLY TO JESUS helps modern disciples experience Jesus' teachings anew by hearing his words just as people did in his own day.

Writing out a lifetime of scholarly and pastoral service to the church, R.E.O. White shows readers how to hear Jesus' words on their own terms, an exercise that offers fresh--and often by: 1.

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Listening for God's Voice ( pages). Listening as a Biblical Pattern (Mark ; John ).Discusses the examples of Jesus' own dependence upon the Father, how he ministered in the power of the Spirit, promises of the Holy Spirit to us (John ), and how the. Listen Carefully Contributed by William R. Nabaza on (message worship and thank You very much LORD JESUS for You have kept me listening to Your WORDS and You gave us trained ears of a disciple.

Bible Book Outlines. Key words: Jesus the Son of Man.—Thompson Chain - Bible Book. Listening Carefully to Jesus helps modern disciples experience Jesus’ teachings anew by hearing his words just as people did in his own day. Writing out of a lifetime of scholarly and pastoral service to the church, R.

White shows readers how to hear Jesus’ words on their own terms, an exercise that offers fresh—and often surprising. Second, listening carefully means always looking for Christ in the Word. Jesus chastised the Jews by saying, “You search the Scriptures, because you think that in them you Listening Carefully to Jesus book eternal life; and it is these that bear witness of Me” (John ).

Listening Carefully to God John Steve Schell. Part of John. March 4, If you’ll recall, Mary is the one who listened carefully. While her sister Martha was busy serving the guests, she sat at Jesus’ feet and pondered His every word. The Gospel of Luke describes that exchange. Let’s hear it again.

Jesus listened to her story. Jesus: Daughter, you are well because you dared to believe. Go in peace, and stay well. Jesus occasionally instigates His own miracles: He goes up to someone, such as a paralyzed man, and offers to heal him.

More often, as in the case of Jairus’s daughter, people come to Jesus and ask for healings. But the woman in this story is unique because she receives her. Summary: Listen carefully to deeply understand others.

This is more than “active listening.” It is listening to hear the other person’s heart—his or her emotions as well as his or her words.

Jesus began speaking to French mystic Gabrielle Bossis when she was in her sixties. The conversations continued to the end of her life, and became the beautiful spiritual classic He andPauline Books & Media is pleased to announce the release of Jesus Speaking, a beautiful devotional taken from the original book.A carefully chosen Scripture passage complements every excerpt from the 5/5(11).

"A Life of Listening is a jewel. Leighton Ford is a spiritual giant and a living saint who has learned to listen to the living God all his life. It is a privilege to sit at his feet reading this book, as he shares his lifelong pearls of wisdom with vulnerability and with the authority of someone who knows the Shepherd's voice.".

When they write “Jesus did,” it is Jesus saying, “I did.” When they write about Jesus, Jesus is speaking about Jesus. When they quote Jesus, Jesus is quoting Jesus.

In the Bible we hear the voice of Jesus talking about Jesus. Second, by Experience. When we are born again, we have new ears. They are tuned to the frequency of the voice of.

What the Bible says about Listen Carefully (From Forerunner Commentary) Proverbs Notice the use of the word "wanders." God's children do not ordinarily deliberately plan to go astray, but whether they do or do not, regardless of the intention, the result is the same.

Considering their dullness of hearing, the book of Proverbs provides. As we keep looking to Jesus for every detail of life, listening for His voice, and obeying His voice, He and the Father take Their rightful place on the throne of our personality. It is the Judge who is standing at the door, James says, so we can expect the Lord to keep directing us to put to death our worldliness, the passions and appetites of.

4 of 10 of the series, Supernatural Transformation. There is a wonderful intimacy that Jesus Christ shared with the Father while here on earth. It is this same intimacy that God wishes to share with us.

But this intimacy begins to take place as we learn. THE LISTENER James ; Various Read at beginning of service: James (NIV. Of course, wise enough to put Jesus where he belongs, at the center of our life, listening to his words, watching how he acts, and trying to follow him.

But listen carefully to how he's to. 20 My child, listen carefully to everything I say. 21 Don’t forget a single word, but think about it all. 22 Knowing these teachings will mean true life and good health for you. 23 Carefully guard your thoughts because they are the source of true life. Pilate was listening carefully to what Jesus said.

He drew the correct inference: “So then, you really are a King!” Jesus replies in a way that clearly indicates this is true: “You say that I am a King ” In more contemporary terminology, we would say, “You said it!”. It is written that Jesus "listened with interest." () He always listened "attentively." And, not just "attentively;" he listened "attentively and sympathetically." Jesus provides the premier example of what it means to be a good listener, as he listened "carefully" and "with patience.".

LISTENING TO JESUS Dr. Criswell Mark a.m. First Baptist Church in Dallas: this is the pastor bringing the message entitled Listening to Jesus. In our preaching through the Gospel of Mark we have come to chapter 9.

“As I read ‘Sincerely, Jesus’ I almost feel as if I'm back in the first century, sitting among a gathering of believers, listening to the old apostle John as he carefully and clearly reads a letter Jesus had written to the church.

I can almost hear those around me discussing each word with reverence and attention. A powerful scene/5(). Listening as a Biblical Pattern (Mark ; John ). Discusses the examples of Jesus' own dependence upon the Father, how he ministered in the power of the Spirit, promises of the Holy Spirit to us (John ), and how the Spirit reveals the mind of Christ (1 Corinthians ).

Recognizing God's Voice (1 Kings 19). Explores how God speaks. In Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary, Dr. Pitre takes listeners step-by-step from the Garden of Eden to the Book of Revelation to reveal how deeply biblical Catholic beliefs about Mary really are.

Pitre uses the Old Testament and ancient Judaism to unlock how the Bible itself teaches that Mary is in fact the new Eve, the Mother of God, the.

As I read ‘Sincerely, Jesus’ I almost feel as if I'm back in the first century, sitting among a gathering of believers, listening to the old apostle John as he carefully and clearly reads a letter Jesus had written to the church. I can almost hear those around me discussing each word with reverence and attention.

A powerful scene - George Gates, Spring Hill, TN5/5. “As I read ‘Sincerely, Jesus’ I almost feel as if I'm back in the first century, sitting among a gathering of believers, listening to the old apostle John as he carefully and clearly reads a letter Jesus had written to the church.

I can almost hear those around me discussing each word with reverence and attention. A powerful scene/5(49). In Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary, Dr.

Pitre takes listeners step-by-step from the Garden of Eden to the Book of Revelation to reveal how deeply biblical Catholic beliefs about Mary really are. Pitre uses the Old Testament and ancient Judaism to unlock how the Bible itself teaches that Mary is in fact the new Eve, the Mother of God, the Queen of Heaven and Earth, and the new Ark of the.

The Peace Pulpit: Jesus comes into Jerusalem not as a warrior king, but as a humble servant riding on a donkey. If we can fully grasp what Jesus is telling us, it. After His Resurrection, Jesus Christ taught the Nephites that the law of Moses was fulfilled in Him (see 3 Nephi –18).

He taught that “old things had passed away” (3 Nephi –4) and that He is “the law, and the light” to follow (3 Nephi ). Sometimes we can infer Jesus’ view on something we have no record of by listening carefully to His view on a related thing He did weigh in on. That brings us to the second flaw of this approach.

It turns out that Jesus had strong convictions about subjects closely related to the so-called “pelvic” issues. Although the touch of Jesus holds the power to heal and transform, only those who believe find their lives truly changed. Kay Arthur's 6-week inductive study, Jesus: Listening for His Voice, examines the Gospel of Mark, chapters 7 to 13 to discover not only what Jesus did, but also what he said.

Experience for yourself the freedom and the power that comes from knowing truth and living : WaterBrook. “My friend gave [Jesus Calling] to me years ago, and it has become part of my daily devotional. I’ve bought every Sarah Young book since.

They just meet the needs of the heart.” — Kathie Lee Gifford, host of The Today Show, author, singer, and actress “Jesus Calling has been such an inspirational tool in my daily walk with Jesus/5(). Abiding in Christ: Walking With Jesus by Paul J.

Bucknell not only shares how God got my interest but the first lessons that He taught me anew through the Gospels. It was an incredible time of training, a great amount of spiritual struggles, that I will never forget.

Book for sale, special offer included. A PLACE FOR LISTENING AND PRAYER Now that the Bible is enthroned in your home, this spot is a place to come regularly to read the Bible, individually and as a family.

Choose a book of the Bible to read over a period of time, the Sunday Mass readings, or a Bible study book. Then follow the five stages of the ancient practice of. Sermon prepared by Rev. Bart Velthuizen, Toronto, Ontario Topics: Listening well and learning how to do it Bible Reading.

Note: The paragraph below is optional as in introduction the Scripture reading. The book of James may well be the earliest of the New Testament letters –. If you want to be the church in your community, one big part of this is looking for people that you can love like Jesus.

That is, you need to keep your eyes and ears open for the people whom God brings into your life who need a word of encouragement, a helping hand, a shoulder to cry on, or simply a listening ear. Listening Carefully: A Critique of Father James Martin’s Critique of “Male and Female He Created Them” November 6, Brett Salkeld Patheos Explore the world's faith through different Author: Brett Salkeld.

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In Gospel Fluency, Vanderstelt argues that becoming a mature Christian requires the ability to ‘believe and speak the truths of the Gospel in and into the everyday stuff of life.’ (23) The Gospel is not something to be merely understood propositionally.

For it to be truly transformational it must be applied, ‘spoken’, directly into life : Pete Greenwood. In this second book in a three-part study of the gospel of Mark, you can read for yourself the words of Jesus in Mark 7– If you then align yourself with the One who is truth, you’ll experience for yourself the freedom that comes from truly listening for and following the voice of the : Ebook.The Standard of Truth is the first book in Saints, a new, four-volume narrative history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Fast-paced and meticulously researched, Saints recounts true stories of Latter-day Saints across the globe and answers the Lord's call to write history "for the good of the church, and for the rising /5(54).observe carefully not only what Jesus did, but also what He said.

In doing so, may you experience for yourself the freedom and the power that come from knowing truth and living accordingly. 2 Jesus: Listening for His Voice Listening for His Voice:Overcoming the Enemy 9/30/15 AM Page 2.

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