The Word Was God Paperback
Short reflections for Advent
by Andy John;
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BRF's Advent devotional offers 'bite-size' reflections for every day from 1 December to Christmas Eve, based on readings from the Prologue to John's Gospel, one of the best-loved of Christmas Bible readings
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The Word Was God
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This book offers 'bite-size' reflections for every day from 1 December to Christmas Eve, based on readings from the Prologue to John's Gospel, one of the best-loved of Christmas Bible readings.
The meditative style of the book encourages readers to slow down and savour every one of the familiar words and find much-needed refreshment for themselves as well as inspiration for sharing with others.
The Word Was God by Andy John was published by BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) in September 2015 and is our 6674th best seller. The ISBN for The Word Was God is 9780857464248.
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The Word Was GodMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
If you are a time pressured person but that still wants to really contemplate the season of advent then this little book of one line sentences is definitely for you.
taking the prologue of John it seemlessly segue a series of sentences and reflections based around each line of the prologue in such a way as to be an advent long lectio divina on this renowned scripture passage that so perfectly reflects the incarnation.
a wonderful book and a brilliant idea.
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Details for The Word Was God
|Author / Artist||Andy John|
|Publisher||BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||112|
|Page last updated||14th November 2015|