How to Pray with the Bible - eBook
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Praying with the Bible can be a helpful tool in deepening your prayer life, but you may be wondering how to do so most effectively. How to Pray with the Bible by Page McKean Zyromski offers a creative variety of ideas on using Scripture in prayer. From "javelin" prayers, short one sentence verses to repeat at the beginning of your day, to praying through the lists and genealogies of the Old Testament, you'll discover new ways to express yourself and commune with the Father.
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Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2010
Learn to pray with (every part of) the Bible. Do you already read the Bible and apply its teachings in your everyday life? Well, there's much more to how you might understand the words of the Old and New Testaments, according to popular educator Page Zyromski. Nowit's time to pray with the Bible, too! With lively reflections and experiential exercises, Zyromski takes you step-by-step through a variety of approaches to praying with Scripture. She encourages attentive listening and a sense of humor as you make God's Word a deeper part of your prayer life. Discover how to create "a posture of attention" and how to listen in ways you may not have thought possible. Learn ways to pray with every portion of the Bible, from Genesis through the prophets, the Gospel through the Book of Revelationeven the lists, genealogies, and those "tough" psalms. "This is a roll-up-your-sleeves sort of book. If you truly want to pray the Bible, and not just read about the Bible, let's start immediately!" - from the book
Page McKean Zyromski received a Master's degree in classical languages from St. Louis University and fell in love with the Bible seven years later. She has designed and taught Scripture classes at every level from Summer Bible School through college. The author of seven books and a regular contributor to Catechist, Page lives in Painesville, Ohio where she is a Third Order Franciscan and fond grandmother.
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