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Prayers based on sermons from Luther’s Church Postils
An Aramaic view of the Lord’s Prayer
An Aramaic View of the Beatitudes
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Category Archives: Prayer
Many people like to use the time during Lent to make a personal attempt to grow in their spirit of love for God. I have developed two options using two books I’ve written that lend themselves to this … Continue reading
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses on the church doors, I decided it is time to change the cover of my book. I liked the old cover but it really didn’t give … Continue reading
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven. Matthew 5:16 I haven’t seen the movie, “Noah”—yet. But after reading an explanation of its basis, it’s on my … Continue reading
Happiness is finding your center. Personally, I think that’s where God dwells. In my post on the 5 steps of centering prayer, I spelled out how to get started. I don’t stop using any other forms of prayer by … Continue reading
I believe in prayer. I practice various forms of it every day, several times a day—from intercessory prayer to glad-hearted prayer to centering prayer. Prayer is spiritual fuel that gives me power to follow the path that opens … Continue reading
Practicing centering prayer will change your life. Don’t let the word “prayer” throw you. There’s a tendency to compartmentalize the notion of prayer from some forms of institutional religion but practicing it has shown it to be a journey … Continue reading
One of the benefits of centering prayer is that is helps reduce the influence of the fear-driven EGO. Peace comes when fear is removed. Fear is cast out by perfect love. This is both an internal and an external … Continue reading
Today I want to tell you a little about my book: Praying the Gospels with Martin Luther: Finding Freedom in Love. In 2008, I read the gospel sermons in Martin Luther’s Church Postil. Luther had been asked to write … Continue reading