Sacred Relationships Paperback
Biblical Wisdom for Deepening Our Lives Together
by Rabbi Michael Barclay;
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For example, in the book of Ruth we learn the value of attaching ourselves to a spiritual teacher. Through the Psalms, we learn how to transcend the primary emotions of grief, fear, and desperation, transforming them into joy and gratitude by recognizing Gods presence in all of our feelings.
Study groups, individuals looking for spiritual enrichment, and people who want to develop fuller and deeper personal relationships in every aspect of their lives will welcome this positive, practical and intriguing book.
Rabbi Michael Barclay is an author, consultant, and international lecturer, and the spiritual leader of the New Shul of the Conejo. He has taught in the School of Theological Studies for Loyola Marymount University, and received the 2011 Distinguished Humanitarian Award from Bnai Zion Foundation. A teacher and guide, he has successfully bridged indigenous cultures, Judaism, and Western society, always looking to integrate ancient spiritual wisdom in modern circumstances.
Sacred Relationships by Rabbi Michael Barclay was published by Liturgical Press in February 2013 and is our 57017th best seller. The ISBN for Sacred Relationships is 9780814635186.
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"The books in the third section of the Bible are often inaccessible to people. Rabbi Barclay is a sure guide to the understanding of the text, but even more, he opens the door to insightful application of these sacred treasures to the life of the reader. To go with him, his book and Bible in hand, is a wonderful spiritual adventure." - Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, author of Davening
Details for Sacred Relationships
|Page last updated||19th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Rabbi Michael Barclay|
|Publisher||Liturgical Press (February 2013)|
|Number of Pages||148|