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📒The Burden Is Light ✍ Jon Tyson
📝The Burden Is Light Book Synopsis : A NYC pastor and global influencer inspires readers to find their most meaningful and purposeful life. Surprising to many, this life is not measured by success, comparison, or accolades. Rather, free and joyful living stems from a God-centered celebration of our union with Christ and the lives of those around us. Jon Tyson's exploration of the reverse economy of the kingdom frees his readers from merit-based living...not just in terms of salvation, but daily, earthly value. Life is not meant to be a series of competitions or a survival of the fittest rat race. Yet so many of the messages around us, so many of the voices bombarding our hearts and minds tie up our value and package it with our accolades. This book gives another way forward. It shows readers how to value their individual lives based on what God says about them, rather than how they measure themselves against the world. This is a must read for each and every person trying to find their voice and purpose in a loud and frenetic world.
📒The Burden Is Light ✍ Eugenia Price
📝The Burden Is Light Book Synopsis : The successful novelist and writer recounts the events that led her to become a born again Christian, and describes the ways her faith has sustained her.
📒A Burden Of Light ✍ Joan M. Green
📝A Burden of Light Book Synopsis : A generous selection of work that underscores the poet's deep spiritual beliefs, her love of family, the importance of having a moral structure in one's life, her knowledge of the Bible, and a genuine, deep-rooted empathy for people. With some poems being inspired by the gospel while others address situations from everyday life, each piece found in this compilation aims to strengthen the weak in faith while reassuring the strong.
📒My Burden Is Light ✍ John Woolley
📝My Burden is Light Book Synopsis : More inspiring words received from our Lord by Fr. John Woolley are published in this new volume, “My Burden is Light”, companion to “I Am With You”. The previous title first published in 1985, “I Am With You”, has now sold over 1,000,000 copies (2015), is the best selling devotional book in the UK and is in constant demand throughout the world. Fr Woolley’s words received during his years as a hospital chaplain have made a huge impact on so many people`s lives. The life-changing and peace-giving words of the risen Lord Jesus, through His Holy Spirit, can be experienced in this latest addition to the series. The full series is “I Am With You”, "Abide in My Love", "I Am With You for Young People and the Young At Heart", "Many Mansions" and “My Burden is Light”. The Christian road is far from easy. “My Burden is Light” provides unique help in learning to be calm and strong in very difficult circumstances, and in finding Jesus our Lord a lifelong tower of strength. As our Lord’s word is received, we discover increasingly, that we have a wonderful Friend. "This little book, My Burden is Light, read slowly and pondered, will bring peace and joy to the most pressured heart" Sr Wendy Beckett, hermit, author and broadcaster "I Am With You" will bring peace and consolation to all who read it.” Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, Archbishop of Westminster. “I commend I Am With You to all persons who are seeking to deepen their spiritual lives” Cardinal George Basil Hume, former Archbishop of Westminster
📒Practical Familiar And Doctrinal Sermons ✍ Edward Cooper
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📒Kierkegaard S Writings Xv ✍ Søren Kierkegaard
📝Kierkegaard s Writings XV Book Synopsis : In his praise for Part I of Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits, the eminent Kierkegaard scholar Eduard Geismar said, "I am of the opinion that nothing of what he has written is to such a degree before the face of God. Anyone who really wants to understand Kierkegaard does well to begin with it." These discourses, composed after Kierkegaard had initially intended to end his public writing career, constitute the first work of his "second authorship." Characterized by Kierkegaard as ethical-ironic, Part One, "Purity of Heart Is to Will One Thing," offers a penetrating discussion of double-mindedness and ethical integrity. Part Two, "What We Learn from the Lilies in the Field and from the Birds of the Air," humorously exposes an inverted qualitative difference between the learner and the teacher. In Part Three, "The Gospel of Sufferings, Christian Discourses," the philosopher explores how joy can come out of suffering.
📒The Burden Made Light ✍ Alfred Doeffler
📝The Burden Made Light Book Synopsis : A volume of meditations on God's Word and prayers for those suffering from illness or confined to their homes due to some condition causing suffering in body and soul. These deeply Christ-centered devotions offer encouragement, hope and peace, in Christ our Savior. It is an ideal resource to put into the hands of those who are hospitalized, convalescing, or for use in any visitation ministry to those suffering from any condition.
📒Gospel Of Sufferings ✍ Søren Kierkegaard
📝Gospel of Sufferings Book Synopsis : “On the way where a man follows Christ, the height of suffering is the height of glory.” So writes Kierkegaard, long considered the father of existentialism, in his comprehensive explanation of how suffering in all its forms is transformed into joy by faith in God. As an integral part of his ‘Edifying Discourses’, Gospel of Sufferings bears witness to Kierkegaard’s transition from a general religious and philosophical standpoint to a specifically Christian one, forming what is now considered a central plank in the structure of his mature thought. In this classic volume, the great Danish thinker brings together elements that show him to be at once a mystic and a theologian, confirming his status as a precursor of the existentialists and a brilliant philosopher in his own right.
📝The Burden of the Past in Light in August by William Faulkner Book Synopsis : Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,2, University of Stuttgart, language: English, abstract: As almost in all of William Faulkner’s novels in “Light in August” the past determines the present like nothing else in the whole story. Although the book is considered as primarily Christmas’ story it is noticeable that the story of Christmas life from adolescence to his present age of thirty-three just takes a few pages in the whole novel. Therefore it is likely that another point in the novel is far more important than simply the story of Christmas’ life: the past that determines the present and burdens its owners. The novel also explores issues of gender and race specifically, but these particular thematic currents intersect to become part of Faulkner’s larger inquiry concerning the nature of identity and how it is influenced by ones’ own history. The past is one of the most important facts in the whole story for half of the book is written in flashbacks, while the story itself seems to take just a small part from the whole large part. To understand Faulkner’s characters actions in the present it is necessary to understand and know their history in the past, which determines their present greatly. Although the novel explores the issues of gender and race specifically, these particular thematic actions are part of Faulkner’s larger, more all-encompassing inquiry concerning the nature of identity and how it is influenced by a families history, the society and individual lives of the protagonists. But not only the actions of the main protagonist Joe Christmas, are caused by the events in his past. Altogether there are three of Faulkner’s protagonists in “Light in August” which are prominent examples for how the past of a person can determine their actions in the present or their whole life in general. This three are for one Joe Christmas, whose troubled past determines his actions and his self-consciousness, Joanna Burden, who is namely affected by her ancestors religious beliefs and Gail Hightower, who is also affected by his ancestors history, but instead of Joanna not by religion, but the civil war. The townsfolk of Jefferson has resolved a acceptance of Reverend Hightower, Joanna Burden, and Joe Christmas, but each of these characters deliberately resists or abandons the distorting influence of a rigid social and moral order. They live their lives in solidarity because of the past, their ancestors left them as heritage and burden. [...]
📝Sermons chiefly designed to elucidate some of the leading doctrines of the gospel Book Synopsis :