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An Aramaic view of the Lord’s Prayer
An Aramaic View of the Beatitudes
Category Archives: Books
My new ebook will be released on January 19th – it’s about forgiveness from the human perspective. The word “forgive” has practical meanings beyond the religious undertones. It doesn’t always require you to wipe the slate clean when … Continue reading
I have another ebook ready to be released in January (the 19th, to be exact) – 7 Prayers for the Power to Forgive and Move Forward with Your Life. It’s a relatively short book – 43 pages, and … Continue reading
Do you have as much trouble asking for help as I do? I’m far happier about responding to requests from others for help than I am to ask for another’s kindness. I’m not sure what that’s all about. … Continue reading
Retirement has given me the time to reassess and revise some of the hurried work I did in the first few ebooks and books I’ve written. The result is that I’ve changed the titles and covers of the books that started … Continue reading
Matthew 13 How receptive are you to the word of the kingdom that Jesus spread in the world in his parable about the Sower and the Seed? And what was the “word of the kingdom” that Jesus was sowing? The … Continue reading
Beginning today—Sunday, May 11, 2014 and running through Saturday, May 17, 2014—my newly released ebook, In Living Color: Heaven, will be on sale at Amazon for 99¢. Read some of the recommendations in the book description section. Here are … Continue reading
“Who hasn’t wondered about Heaven? We all have our ideas about the afterlife, but there is still so much unknown about the Kingdom of Heaven that is at hand. In his warm, insightful, and well-illustrated style, Paul Meier offers … Continue reading
The older I get, the more I’m beginning to classify myself as a tree hugger. Why? Because the kingdom of heaven is here, on earth – and you and I have been given the responsibility to take care of it. … Continue reading