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Finding God in the verbs crafting a fresh language of prayer by Jennifer L. Isbell

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Prayer,
  • Spiritual exercises,
  • Christianity

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJennie Isbell & J. Brent Bill
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV215 .I83 2015
The Physical Object
Pagination186 pages
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27179193M
ISBN 100830835962
ISBN 109780830835966
LC Control Number2014044447
OCLC/WorldCa890068276

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  Throughout, Finding God in the Verbs helps readers reflect critically on the prayers that they might have depended on as teenagers but that now seem inadequate in their adult lives This would be a useful book for a prayer group or formation class as this book, indeed, invites readers to create a new way to pray."Brand: InterVarsity Press. In addition to being a helpful book, Finding God in the Verbs is also available as a two or four hour introductory workshop or a full weekend retreat. Either way, it's a lively opportunity to explore and unpack the language of prayer, including inherited and ancestral prayers, spontaneous prayers, and the unuttered prayers of your heart. Finding God in the Verbs: Crafting a Fresh Language of Prayer Jennie Isbell and J. Brent Bill. IVP/Formatio, $16 trade paper (p) ISBN . Finding God in the Verbs: Crafting a Fresh Language of Prayer View larger image This book offers companionship and guidance as you begin to notice, consider and deepen your prayer experiences, with refreshing exercises sprinkled through every chapter to offer you a fresh language for prayer. with refreshing exercises sprinkled through.

Finding God in the Verbs: Crafting a Fresh Language of Prayer eBook: Jennie Isbell, J. Brent Bill: : Kindle Store/5(6).   Finding God in the Verbs by Jennie Isbell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Finding God in the Verbs: Jennie Isbell: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.4/5(9).   Finding God in the Verbs can be presented as a two or four hour introductory workshop or a full weekend retreat. Either way, it's a lively opportunity to explore and unpack the language of prayer, including inherited and ancestral prayers, spontaneous prayers, and the unuttered prayers of your : Brent Bill. A noun is a word or set of words for a person, place, thing, or idea. A noun of more than one word (tennis court, gas station) is called a compound noun. There are common nouns and proper nouns. Common nouns are words for a general class of people, places, things, and ideas (man, city, award, honesty). They are not capitalized.

Read "Finding God in the Verbs Crafting a Fresh Language of Prayer" by Jennie Isbell available from Rakuten Kobo. Do you long for deeper communion with God? Spiritual director Jennie Isbell and Quaker minister Brent Bill know how easy Brand: IVP Books.   Throughout, “Finding God in the Verbs” helps readers reflect critically on the prayers that they might have depended on as teenagers but that now seem inadequate for their adult lives. In considering her own journey with prayer, Isbell writes of a recognition that the “words of teaching songs from the Sunday school ladies [were Author: The Presbyterian Outlook. A new way to pray --What lies beneath the words --God in action: finding our verbs --Images of an active-tense God: nouns that fit the verbs --Hope, beauty and depth: adjectives and adverbs --Unpacking meaning: shared language and authentic prayer --Jesus, the word of God, and our words --Beyond words: other ways of communicating--or not. In the throes of life, traffic, work stress and family obligations, though, it can be challenging for me to see, or even desire to look for, God's presence in the situation. "You may do your grace-spotting by seeing God through the actions or words of other people. If that is the case, your list of God-verbs might include • helps.