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As requested by a number of you, herewith a few books that I strongly recommend.

The Case for the Psalms:Why they are Essential - N.T.Wright

Journey to the Common Good - Walter Brueggemann

Gagging Jesus: Things Jesus said we wish he hadn't - Phil Moore

Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God - Bob Kauflin

The Writings of the New Testament : An Interpretation - Luke Timothy Johnson

These titles I have been able to source through Loot.co.za- happy reading!

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To walk with God PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Grant Nuss   
Sunday, 21 February 2010 20:22

As we again give thanks and praise to God for healing as we, in community on Thursday night, laid hands on one of our home group members, makes one understand how together we create rhythms of life. These rhythms ultimately have a marked affect on our spiritual development and growth.

I was listening to the audio version of Erwin McManus’s book ‘The Barbarian Way’ this week on the way to college and in it he makes mention of, and I quote;

“Somehow Christianity has become a nonmystical religion. It’s about a reasonable faith. If we believe the right things, then we are orthodox. Frankly, whether we ever actually connect to God or experience his undeniable presence has become incidental, if not irrelevant. We have become believers rather than experiencers” (McManus: 61).

He goes on to say that the faith of the Scriptures is a mystical faith, which leads us beyond the material world into an invisible reality. We are at the core spirit. God is spirit. To walk with God is to journey in the spiritual realm. 

 

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