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Living Water Sealing Spirit

Author : Maxwell E. Johnson
ISBN : 0814661408
Genre : Religion
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This ecumenical collection of essays on Christian initiation from a number of liturgical scholars presents analyses of ancient sources and challenges to the traditional interpretations of those sources, an investigation of the development and meaning of "confirmation", descriptions and interpretations of contemporary initiation rites, and a discussion of the challenges and opportunities offered by infant initiation. Many of these essays have long been "required reading" for teachers and students of Christian initiation. They are conveniently collected together here for all who seek a solid foundation in initiatory theology and history leading to an informed pastoral practice in the churches today.
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Living Water

Author : Brother Yun
ISBN : 9780310285540
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The companion to the bestselling The Heavenly Man, Living Water shares the vision of Brother Yun, one of China's most dedicated, courageous and intensely persecuted house church leaders. Brother Yun's dramatic life story and teachings offer a message that inspires and challenges Christians to live out a passionate commitment to serve Jesus Christ.
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Splash The Living Water

Author : Esther Burroughs
ISBN : 9781596690028
Genre : Religion
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From developing intimacy with God to embracing inconvenient interruptions for grace to flow, this upbeat book encourages women to move beyond frustration and anxiety into a refreshing celebration of God's presence in their lives.
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Living Water Vodka And Russian Society On The Eve Of Emancipation

Author : David Christian
ISBN : 9780191590764
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This is a study of the social, economic, and political role of Vodka in nineteenth-century Russia. Since the `Green Serpent' first appeared in sixteenth-century Muscovy, it has played a vital part in Russian life. Vodka became an essential part of Russian working-class celebrations: personal, religious, and commercial. Trade in Vodka redistributed wealth upwards through Russian society over several centuries. Indeed, Russia's status as a great power was underpinned by it: by the nineteenth century, it generated one-third of government revenue - enough to cover most of the costs of the vast army. The dependence on Vodka of both people and state has endured into the Gorbachev era. But despite Vodka's key role in Russian history, and the complex network of corruption associated with it, the subject has been ignored by most historians until now. This study concentrates on an important transitional era in the history of Vodka: the early nineteenth century. During this period, Vodka taxes played the role that salt taxes had played in the ancien r--eacute--;gime in France. The abolition of the tax farm in 1863 should be seen as one of the most important of the `Great Reforms' of the 1860s, an era which, in many ways, parallels the glasnost of the 1980s.

Living Water

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ISBN : 0898697301
Genre : Religion
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Klara Tammany is a professional Christian educator who goes about her calling with a joyous urgency. This book demonstrates her impassioned approach to religious instruction. She starts with the premise that ongoing Christian education must be central to a life of faith, and then proceeds from the corollary that baptism must be central to all Christian education. Eight group sessions focus repeatedly on water, first as a natural element necessary to life, then as a symbolic element necessary to spirituality. Gradually, through prayer, song, scripture, silence, poetry, visual arts, storytelling, group discussion, and personal reflection, water--as baptismal element--gains ascendancy. No longer mere, occasional refreshment, Living Water inundates, becomes life's very medium. This text makes for excellent catechumenal preparation but is intended for use by all Christians--those who are years into their journeys as well as those who are beginning. Designed for small groups of adult Episcopalians, the program is easily adaptable to other denominations, to one-on-one spiritual mentoring, to children, young adult, or intergenerational groups, and even to individuals for private meditation.
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Living Water

Author : Ronald E. Ramsey
ISBN : 9780595447695
Genre : Religion
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For centuries, Christians have gathered to hear messages of forgiveness and redemption, hope and abundant life. They have come from far and near to drink from the waters of everlasting life. Living Water is a collection of sermons conceived to reveal the love of God poured out in Jesus Christ as the true living water. These sermons address those particular ideas and beliefs necessary to sustain faith in the rough and tumble world of 21st Century living. Preached first at St. John's Episcopal Church, Arlington, MA, they originate out of the author's concerns as pastor and prophet for the spiritual well-being of a particular people in a particular place. Nevertheless, the themes contained in each sermon are universal, having relevance for all spiritual seekers throughout the world and across denominational and interfaith boundaries. Ronald Ramsey shows how the gift of faith, animated by the grace of God, can transform and enliven the human soul. Living Water is a treasure of pastoral insights and unique biblical perspectives which explores the challenges of human living and offers hope for spiritual seekers and prophetic light for the spiritual journey. Author
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Living Water

Author : Porcia Wade
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Living Water is available to all who believe! This book promises to feed your faith and stir the up God’s Living Water within you! Expect to learn more about the gift of God's Holy Spirit and how this gift strengthens you and helps you as you walk out God's plan for your life!
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Living Water

Author : Viktor Schauberger
ISBN : 9785882222788
Genre : History
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Living Water

Author : James E. Davison
ISBN : 0664501451
Genre : Religion
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The book describes in clear and understandable language what baptism means in a Presbyterian church. Davison discusses the sacramental aspects of baptism, the symbolic meaning of water, baptism in the name of God, the baptismal (Apostles') creed, and how baptism leads to service. This book has many uses. It can be given to candidates for baptism and the parents of children to be baptised. It can also used in church school classes, study groups, or in any setting where Presbyterians desire to understand the biblical, theological, and practical aspects of baptism.
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Living Water

Author : Paul W. Clarke
ISBN : 9781490824154
Genre : Religion
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Paul’s fondest memories are associated with his own experiences of water. Hot African weather, cool reviving rivers, plunging exhausted into a mountain pool or windmill-pumped reservoir, body surfing a brilliant backline wave or capsizing a canoe at the end of gruelling river race. As a young father, comprehending that God loved him as a child and wanting to establish a living will for his children that helped simplify the reality of being in the world, but not of it, Paul uses illustration and simple language to describe the gospel of King Jesus to his two children. Based on the theme of water that is so prevalent in the Bible, Paul illustrates what being a worshipper of King Jesus means, the importance of guarding one’s heart, right relating with God, and the truth of a King Jesus-built church. Paul’s hope is that such a document will greatly assist him in helping his children comprehend what it means to be a worshipper of King Jesus. Paul’s desire for his children is that they will seek King Jesus above all things to be able to “see” beyond the superficial and grow to know God their Father as their source—of Living Water.
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