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Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2016
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Jesus Speaks: 365 Days of Daily Guidance and Encouragement Straight from the Words of ChristSteven K. ScottWaterBrook / 2016 / Hardcover$13.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Live|Dead Joy: 365 Days of Living and Dying with JesusSalubris Resources / 2016 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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Our oldest Christian traditions invite us to listen as well as speak when we pray, yet often the Voice seems barely audible. With over 50,000 copies sold since its original release in 1996, Echoes of Eternity has helped many who desire to quiet their hearts and listen. This new contemplative journal presents 365 brief meditations gathered from one pastor's faithful daily practice of listening to God, with space added for your own reflections. Each reading includes a Scripture verse and encouraging words that speak of Christ as our anchor, the treasure of God's love, and His lasting peace. Echoes of Eternity facilitates a quiet moment alone with God at any time or place.
He died in 1997.
One entry per page, but these are not page-long-reflections. The daily entries consist of a scriptural verse and a short paragraph , written as a first-person message of God. The style is reminiscent of Sarah Young's more recent Jesus Calling devotionals. Because these are short, each page is mostly blank, leaving lots of room for journaling and personal reflections. The first-person style is because these entries were originally from Helms's own private prayer lifeanswers he received from God and recorded in his personal journals.
Because of the first-personal divine message style, the entries have the feel of personal encounter with God (again, similar to Sarah Young's devotional). The brevity of each entry means you can read in a moment, or you could slowdown and contemplate the breadth, height, width and depth of the Love of God and his purpose for your life. James Matichuk