7 edition of Into the depths of God found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-249).
|LC Classifications||BV4501.2 .M47255 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||00008429|
The descent into Hell had been related in Old English poems connected with the names of Cædmon and Cynewulf. It is subsequently repeated in Ælfric of Eynsham 's homilies c. AD, which is the first known inclusion of the word "harrowing". Middle English dramatic literature contains the fullest and most dramatic development of the subject. It will be easier to 'press into God' if you have first of all learned to 'seek God, Who He Is and His Righteousness'. The Bible says that then 'all you need will be added to you." Matthew When you discover that God is really what you need, it will be much easier to 'press into new depths of God'! He has so much in store waiting for you.
Into the Depths of Living Water: Meditations on the Active Life is a rich tapestry of insights mined from various points and stopovers in his life journey. The author shows how deep spiritual insights can be gained from events around us—ordinary or special, routine or momentous—if we choose to actively ‘tune in’ to God. Read this book. The book of Jonah reveals to us the depths of God’s grace, both to “outsiders” and to “insiders”. It shows us God’s compassion for the lost and His patience with His wayward people. Use this guide to uncover the wonderful message of Jonah, and to come face to face with the greatest evangelist of all—the Lord our God : Stephen Witmer.
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Calvin Miller is a poet, a pastor, a theologian, a painter, and one of Christianity's best-loved writers with over thirty published books. His writing spans a wide spectrum of genres, from the life-changing insights of Into the Depths of God to the heartrending novella Snow, a Gold Medallion finalist/5(20).
Into the Depths of God: Where Eyes See the Invisible, Ears Hear the Inaudible, and Minds Conceive the Inconceivable - Kindle edition by Miller, Calvin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Into the Depths of God: Where Eyes See the Invisible, Ears Hear the Inaudible, /5(20).
The title of the book should be Why Men Aren't Going Into the Depths of God. Had this been the title I would have given it another star. On this subject he has some good points but goes too far in characterizing the evangelical church from their worst examples/5.
Buy a cheap copy of Into the Depths of God: Where Eyes See book by Calvin Miller. Into the Depths of God by Calvin Miller gives guidance to Christians who are not satisfied by superficial relationships with God. Miller is a pastor, poet, painter, Free shipping over $/5(4). This is especially true in the spiritual realm.
The God who holds the world in His hands invites us to go deeper rather than find contentment in surface matters. We read in the Scriptures that the Spirit of God “searches all things, even the deep things of God” (1 Cor. The book is the story of the author's soul journey-- and it is a journey that should humble the best of us.
The story is divided into three parts. The first, the story of her calling to a religious vocation, is I have just finished reading Into the Depths by a Benedictine sister, Sister Mary Margaret Funk/5. The issue is going deep.
Deep reveals the reality of God. Yet the snorkelers can use the language of divers, for the metaphors pass close. But they are not the same. Excerpted from Calvin Miller’s book Into the Depths of God. Pictures by Randy Alcorn. Delving into God’s Unfathomable Depths. If we empty ourselves of temporal attachments and embrace God’s work in our lives through trials, we are free to experience the fullness of God we have longed for.
Tauler describes such encounter with the Almighty in terms of delving into the depths of his love. Big Idea — The Book of Jonah is a fascinating book with much to say about how God relates to a broken world.
God is intensely concerned with the brokenness that is in our world and in our hearts. Go into the depths with Jonah; discover a God of incredible love and forgiveness, a God who is present in the darkest places of our world and our hearts. The Hardcover of the Into the Depths of God by Calvin Miller at Barnes & Noble.
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But beneath the choppy waves of circumstances is a peaceful, unchanging haven-a dwelling place in God-a secret rendezvous with Him. Entering into the depths of the fullness of God is not some distant thing for which a Christian must struggle throughout life.
It is as near as one's heart, a majestic doorway that leads to the reality of God. Into the Depths of God is a powerful and soul searching book that forces us to consider our own compromises and our own demi-god fascinations with the comforts of shallowness.
Miller interacts profusely with the greater body of Christian mystical literature, yet he never seems to become detached in the airs of ethereal vagueness. Buy Into the Depths of God by Calvin Miller (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(18).
Into the Depths of God by Calvin Miller gives guidance to Christians who are not satisfied by superficial relationships with God. Miller is a pastor, poet, painter, and theologian who has written more than 30 books (including the bestselling Singer Trilogy).
But the Spirit of God explores the depths of God concerning Christ and shows them to us in our spirit for our realization and participation. When our entire being becomes one with God through loving Him in intimate fellowship, He shows us, in our spirit through His Spirit, all the secrets of Christ as our portion.
Into the Depths: An Introduction to the Book of Jonah (Jonah –) Jonah is an amazing book, but one that requires repeated readings, a willingness to learn, and a commitment to the God who created the world, controls the nations, and directs all history to the true prophet, priest, and king—Jesus Christ.
Dane Ortlund is chief publishing officer and Bible publisher at Crossway. He serves as an editor for the Knowing the Bible series and the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series, and is the author of several books, including Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and lives with his wife, Stacey, and their five children in Wheaton, Illinois.
Get this from a library. Into the depths of God: where eyes see the invisible, ears hear the inaudible, and minds conceive the inconceivable. [Calvin Miller] -- "For those believers desiring a deep relationship with God, Calvin Miller shows how to break the tyranny of the things that bind up our hearts and then discover an intimacy with God that is too.
Its branches stretch to heaven and its roots reach into the underworld, with the mortal realm as its stump. Like ants, we live our lives in the fissures of its bark. At its top sits Perun, god of the sky, fertility, thunderstorms, metal, and war, associated with the axe, whose body takes the form of an eagle perched in its uppermost branches.
Although most of the book consists of the words of Job and his friends, Job himself was not the author. We may be sure that the author was an Israelite, since he (not Job or his friends) frequently uses the Israelite covenant name for God (Yahweh; NIV “the Lord”).
In the prologue (chs. 1–2), divine discourses (—) and epilogue. Out of the depths my boy was the leader of the band. Out of the depths a disenfranchised black minister of a Baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia, sets a nation on fire for justice and truth. Out of the depths the people of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire see God at work in a gay priest and consecrate him Bishop.For you threw me into the depths, in the heart of the seas.
The flood was all around me. All your waves and your billows passed over me. (WEB) Micah He will again have compassion on us. He will tread our iniquities under foot; and you will cast all their sins into the depths of the sea.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV) Zechariah Book Review: Into the Depths by Meg Funk I have been following the work of Meg Funk now for some time. Funk is a Benedictine nun at Our Lady of Grace Monastery in Beech Grove, Indiana and the author of several books on the spiritual life: Lectio Matters (Continuum, ), Thoughts Matter (Continuum, ), and Humility Matters (Continuum, ).