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Prayers based on sermons from Luther’s Church Postils
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An Aramaic view of the Lord’s Prayer
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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
Luke 18:1-8 Nancy Spiegelberg wrote this poem: Lord, I crawled across the barrenness to you with my empty cup Uncertain…in asking any small drop of refreshment If only I had known you better I’d have come running with a … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to put a sample of my first book of the In Living Color series online The Lord’s Prayer (look here for the UK) so you can see how it’s different than most explanations of this beautiful … 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
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
Free eBook – August 8 & 9 (Wednesday and Thursday) on Amazon Just a quick note to give you a heads up on the last two free days for my book, “In Living Color: The Lord’s Prayer” – which will … Continue reading