The Teachings and Sayings of Jesus Christ: The Key to True Happiness Here and Hereafter
iUniverse, 2005 - 128 páginas
This book is a compilation of some of the teachings and sayings of Jesus Christ on a wide variety of subjects ranging from adversity, arrogance, and atonement, to dishonesty, faithfulness, greed, patience and numerous others. It contains the essential nuggets for a life of peace with God and man. As individuals, communities or nations, attentiveness to the teachings and sayings of Jesus Christ is our mariner's compass, our assurance that we are navigating the unpredictable and uncharted sea of life in accordance with the rules and guidelines spelt out by the Master Himself. This publication therefore aims at providing the reader with the bearings for living confidently in this disoriented, topsy-turvy world, whatever his station or condition, without giving in to pride or despair.
Comentarios de usuarios - Escribir una reseña
No hemos encontrado ninguna reseña en los sitios habituales.
B BackslidingBread of Life
G Gate NarrowGuilt
S Sabbath ObservanceSufferings Vicarious
Voice of Healing
Abraham angels Beelzebub began believe blasphemy Blessed Happy Blest bread brother built his house Capernaum Christ commits adultery crowd Danger of Riches darkness deeds destroy disciples drink earth eternal evil exalted expel demons faith fast fear fig tree forgive forgiven Fraternal Correction fruit gave gift God’s hand hate heard the commandment hears my words heart heavenly father Holy Spirit humbles hungry hypocrites James and John Jerusalem Jesus answered Jesus replied Jesus told judgment kingdom of God kingdom of heaven lamp Last Discourse Last Judgment Lazarus live Lord Luke man’s Mark Matt Matthew mercy mother one’s Parable paraclete Passover Peter Pharisees possessions pray prayer Prince of demons prophets Sabbath Sadducees Sanhedrin Satan scribes Scripture servant sheep shepherd solemnly assure soul in Gehenna speak tax collector teacher tell temple Ten Virgins things trust truth whoever says worldly yourselves Zacchaeus