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The word "benediction" is derived from the two Latin words which translate as "to speak well of". They are pronounced at the close of woship services as an expression of hope and encouragement to God's people returning to the world to face whatever the future holds.
This makes benedictions a biblical norm for the close of worship - something to be considered doing each time we leave God's presence to go out into the world.
This book contains the benedictions found in scripture, along with additional scripture enriched blessings for use during worship.
Benedictions by Robert I. Vasholz was published by Christian Focus Publications in September 2007 and is our 23767th best seller. The ISBN for Benedictions is 9781845502300.
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BenedictionsMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Benedictions are usually pronounced by the Minister at the end of a service, and most of us only hear a familiar few. The brief history of Benediction by David B Calhoun at the start of the book is a real eye-opener onto a part of the Liturgy that we are so familiar with that we give it little thought. Robert Vasholz has compiled this collection to help bring some variety to this important part of the service. Here are Benedictions from the Old and New Testaments (with their Bible references) and poetic words from Hymns which also have Bible references. Reading through the book is a useful tool for meditation, using one of the Benedictions at a service would give listeners pause for thought and prayer.
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|Page last updated||14th July 2012|
|Author / Artist||Robert I. Vasholz|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (September 2007)|
|Number of Pages||112|