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Communion Meditations By John Hendershot
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For several years the author has produced a communion meditation each week, suitable for general use as either public worship or private devotion. Throughout that time the web site containing these... More > meditations (www.becomingcloser.org) has consistently been in the top 10 sites returned by Google for the keywords "Communion Meditation." The present work contains six years of communion meditations. The reader is encouraged to browse; meditations for certain specific occasions may be found by consulting the index. These are also available at www.becomingcloser.org; go to the Communion Meditations page via the navigation bar on the left. New meditations arrive each week, usually on Sunday (for the following week).< Less
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of papers, essays, and dialogues originally posted on my website and blog (both named "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism"): written between 1995 and 2011.... More > These have been edited, revised, and combined in various ways, in order to clarify the thoughts and eliminate repetition. Most of the queries that I originally responded to came from our Protestant brethren in Christ. These occurrences afforded me the opportunity to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to the communion of saints, why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture. Many topics are covered in the 21 chapters, including the invocation, intercession, and veneration of saints and angels, images, idolatry, relics, purgatory, prayer for the dead, and "controversial" devotional practices. It is my sincere hope and prayer that my own ruminations along these lines may be of some benefit to others, and both edifying and educational.< Less
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of papers, essays, and dialogues originally posted on my website and blog (both named "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism"): written between 1995 and 2011.... More > These have been edited, revised, and combined in various ways, in order to clarify the thoughts and eliminate repetition. Most of the queries that I originally responded to came from our Protestant brethren in Christ. These occurrences afforded me the opportunity to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to the communion of saints, why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture. Many topics are covered in the 21 chapters, including the invocation, intercession, and veneration of saints and angels, images, idolatry, relics, purgatory, prayer for the dead, and "controversial" devotional practices. It is my sincere hope and prayer that my own ruminations along these lines may be of some benefit to others, and both edifying and educational.< Less
Daily Communion With God By Matthew Henry
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Matthew Henry (1662-1714) was a Presbyterian pastor who is most well-known for his majestic Commentary on the Whole Bible. He ministered to congregations at Chester and Hackney until his untimely... More > death after falling from a horse. In Daily Communion with God, Puritan pastor Matthew Henry shows, with his inimitably graceful style, how a Christian should begin every day with God in quiet prayer and meditation upon scripture. He then shows how to take that same spirit into the day's events while still reflecting upon his duty to honour God in thought, word, and deed. Finally, the author shows how believers are to close the day with God by prayerful consideration of the day's successes and failures, with an eye toward our continual dependence upon him for strength and mercy. Originally delivered as a series of sermons at Bednal Green in 1712, this material was so positively received that many of the hearers insisted that it be put into print.< Less
Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less
Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less
GREAT THOUGHTS ON ROMANCE(PINK EDITION) By FOLORUNSHO MEJABI
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“Nothing is more curious and awkward than the relationship of two people who only know each other with their eyes — who meet and observe each other daily, even hourly and who keep up the... More > impression of disinterest either because of morals or because of a mental abnormality. Between them there is listlessness and pent-up curiosity, the hysteria of an unsatisfied, unnaturally suppressed need for communion and also a kind of tense respect. Because man loves and honours man as long as he is not able to judge him, and desire is a product of lacking knowledge.” ― Thomas Mann, Death in Venice and Other Tales< Less
The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts of St. Gregory the Great: Orthodox Service Books - Number 3 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts is a Byzantine Rite liturgical service which is performed during Great Lent wherein communion is received from Gifts (the Body and Blood of Christ) that are... More > sanctified (consecrated) in advance, hence its name. Great Lent is a season of repentance, fasting, and intensified prayer when the more frequent reception of communion is desirable; yet the joyful character of the full Divine Liturgy is not in keeping with this somberness, so the Presanctified is substituted. It is normally celebrated on Wednesdays, Fridays, and some feast days, the 5th Thursday of Lent, and on the first three days of Holy Week. It was first documented by Pope St. Gregory I (540–604), who had been the Papal Legate to Constantinople. At one time it was supposed that he had composed the Liturgy himself, but now it is generally thought that he simply recorded what was otherwise being practiced at Constantinople. In the Presanctified Liturgy itself, he is still commemorated as its traditional author.< Less
The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts of St. Gregory the Great: Orthodox Service Books - Number 3 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts is a Byzantine Rite liturgical service which is performed during Great Lent wherein communion is received from Gifts (the Body and Blood of Christ) that are... More > sanctified (consecrated) in advance, hence its name. Great Lent is a season of repentance, fasting, and intensified prayer when the more frequent reception of communion is desirable; yet the joyful character of the full Divine Liturgy is not in keeping with this somberness, so the Presanctified is substituted. It is normally celebrated on Wednesdays, Fridays, and some feast days, the 5th Thursday of Lent, and on the first three days of Holy Week. It was first documented by Pope St. Gregory I (540–604), who had been the Papal Legate to Constantinople. At one time it was supposed that he had composed the Liturgy himself, but now it is generally thought that he simply recorded what was otherwise being practiced at Constantinople. In the Presanctified Liturgy itself, he is still commemorated as its traditional author.< Less
It's Time to Pray By Dr. Annmarie McQueen, Th. D
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In order to filter the many facets of life correctly, we need to pray. Time with God is priceless. In His presence you can exchange your thoughts for His thoughts. To pray is to communicate with God... More > through the Spirit. If you pray, you will cultivate the relationship that you need to have with your Father God and begin a journey full of order, peace, joy, love and clarity.< Less

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