Mysterious Ways

The Life That He Lived
 
 
Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd
  • erschienen am 10. Dezember 2020
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  • 242 Seiten
 
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978-1-5289-9001-1 (ISBN)
 
When we read the stories about Jesus in the Bible, we hear about what Jesus did to help the people he met. He befriended them, he taught them, he healed them and he saved them from embarrassment. They are wonderful stories but what about the people themselves? Where were they coming from? What did they do with the rest of their lives? For example, what happened to the woman caught in adultery who, in the biblical account, we leave sitting alone with no money, no home, no family and no friends. Did Jesus really leave her in this position, which would have been a sort of living death? Looking at what Jesus did from the perspective of the people he met gives a different idea of what it was like to meet him. It showed more clearly his love and care for those he met and the way in which he shared the poverty of the people he met. More often than not, it was a life-changing experience. The stories are mostly told in the first-person so that the characters can say what they really felt. The stories have been used in the author's own church for bible study and as dramatic readings. They have been used in schools and colleges as study material. They have also been used just as good reading material.
  • Englisch
  • Chicago
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  • USA
978-1-5289-9001-1 (9781528990011)
weitere Ausgaben werden ermittelt
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • About the Author
  • Introduction
  • Birth
  • Mary
  • Joseph
  • Elizabeth
  • The Innkeeper
  • The Three Wise Men
  • Life
  • Mary
  • Mary's Mother
  • John, the Baptist
  • Andrew The Life That We Lived
  • Andrew The Things Jesus Did
  • Martha
  • Mary Magdalene
  • The Centurion in Galilee
  • The Samaritan Woman
  • The Leper
  • The Woman with a Haemorrhage
  • Legion
  • The Woman caught in Adultery
  • The Man Born Blind
  • The Rich Young Man
  • Zacchaeus
  • Appendix
  • Mary's Boy Child A Nativity Play for the Less Young
  • 1. Mary and Joseph
  • 2. The Angel Comes
  • 3. Mary Tells Her Parents
  • 4. Mary Visits Elizabeth and Zechariah
  • 5. Mary Returns to Nazareth and Tells Joseph
  • 6. The Journey to Bethlehem and the Birth
  • 7. The Shepherds
  • 8. The Visit to the Temple
  • 9. The Wise Men
  • 10. The Flight to Egypt
  • 11. Reflections
  • Sources
  • Birth
  • Life

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