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Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM By Bobby Gross Lauren F. Winner

Infuse your days with meaning You are part of a larger Story And the One who began the Story is at work today, in your life, in the midst of your meetings and bills and family activities that make the days rush by and blur together In these pages Bobby Gross opens to you and opens you to the liturgical year, helping youinhabit God s Story every day.Remembering God s wInfuse your days with meaning You are part of a larger Story And the One who began the Story is at work today, in your life, in the midst of your meetings and bills and family activities that make the days rush by and blur together In these pages Bobby Gross opens to you and opens you to the liturgical year, helping youinhabit God s Story every day.Remembering God s work, Christ s death and resurrection, and the Spirit s coming will change you, drawing you into deeper intimacy with God and pointing your attention to the work of the Father, Son and Spirit right now, in and around you.You ll be reminded daily that your life is bigger than just you, that you are part of God s huge plan that started before time and will continue into eternity.Whether you re familiar or unfamiliar with following the liturgical year, this book makes it easy to do, offering here the significance and history of each season, ideas for living out God s Story in your own life, and devotions that follow the church calendar for each day of the year The power that overshadowed Mary and raised Jesus from the dead also guarantees the final redemption of all things in him that same power is at work in us now, Gross writes Keeping liturgical time, making it sacred, opens us further to this power as, year after year, we rehearse the Story of God remembering with gratitude, anticipating with hope and over time live deeply the Story of our live
  • Title: Living the Christian Year: Time to Inhabit the Story of God
  • Author: Bobby Gross Lauren F. Winner
  • ISBN: 9780830835201
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback

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Dee Anne Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
Growing up Baptist, I did not have even a passing acquaintance with the liturgical calendar This book has given me insight into the richness of the liturgy and the blessing of following the liturgical calendar I find meaning in history and learning about all the men and women who have worshiped in this way In addition to being a genuinely nice guy and a thoughtful writer, Bobby Gross makes the liturgical calendar about the Story of God I always appreciate a good story
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Amanda Rogozinski Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
This is my favorite devotional that I ve ever used I ve been curious about the meaning of the different seasons of the Church Year usually I only hear about Advent and Lent , and Gross writing really draws out the beauty of it very practically, suggesting ways to physically live out the truth that each season meditates on His short analyses of the biblical passages chosen for each week are poignant and thought provoking, and appropriate for re reading year after year I really like how he chooses [...]
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Justin Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
Not coming from a liturgical church community, it s only been recently that I ve discovered the other Christian holidays outside of Christmas and Easter Living the Christian Year is a good introduction to the idea of living a year with Christian rhythms and seasons For me, it s not something I ll have to do, but something to look forward to Something to break up the time between Christmas and Easter and to focus on what matters most.
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Justin Tibbels Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
Living the Christian Year Time to Inhabit the Story of God by Bobby Gross has been by far my favorite devotional over the years For , read the full review on my blog
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Gail Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
This a devotional that I will continue to read.
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Allison Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
I ll admit I got lost in Ordinary Time, but the rest of the year I couldn t put it down This will be a go to resource for years
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Glenn Burnside Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
We ve found so much blessing in our family this year working through this devotional and study book, in connection with the Christian liturgical calendar We ve made it a regular part of our family s weekly habits I highly recommend it.
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Erin Henry Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
This looks really helpful but I don t think it s the year for me to use it
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Justin Ferguson Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
Not coming from a liturgical church community, it s only been recently that I ve discovered the other Christian holidays outside of Christmas and Easter Living the Christian Year is a good introduction to the idea of living a year with Christian rhythms and seasons For me, it s not something I ll have to do, but something to look forward to Something to break up the time between Christmas and Easter and to focus on what matters most.
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Lance Mayes Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
HelpfulI loved this book The traditions of the liturgical year are fairly new to me I have picked up a few things about Advent and Lent over the last few years Living the Christian Year brought the traditions to life I feel in tune with God and fellow believers all over the world and throughout time.I highly recommend it.
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Mike Schutt Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
Great resource and encouraging read Bobby Gross does a nice job of mixing liturgical history, devotional practice, and spiritual direction as he walks readers through the Christian year I used it as a guide in a small group, and our celebrations of Jesus throughout the year were enriched.
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Kelly Jan 25, 2021 - 23:15 PM
The best devotional I ve ever read, hands down So good that once I finished it, I turned to the first page and started reading from the beginning.
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Living the Christian Year: Time to Inhabit the Story of God By Bobby Gross Lauren F. Winner Infuse your days with meaning You are part of a larger Story And the One who began the Story is at work today, in your life, in the midst of your meetings and bills and family activities that make the days rush by and blur together In these pages Bobby Gross opens to you and opens you to the liturgical year, helping youinhabit God s Story every day.Remembering God s wInfuse your days with meaning You are part of a larger Story And the One who began the Story is at work today, in your life, in the midst of your meetings and bills and family activities that make the days rush by and blur together In these pages Bobby Gross opens to you and opens you to the liturgical year, helping youinhabit God s Story every day.Remembering God s work, Christ s death and resurrection, and the Spirit s coming will change you, drawing you into deeper intimacy with God and pointing your attention to the work of the Father, Son and Spirit right now, in and around you.You ll be reminded daily that your life is bigger than just you, that you are part of God s huge plan that started before time and will continue into eternity.Whether you re familiar or unfamiliar with following the liturgical year, this book makes it easy to do, offering here the significance and history of each season, ideas for living out God s Story in your own life, and devotions that follow the church calendar for each day of the year The power that overshadowed Mary and raised Jesus from the dead also guarantees the final redemption of all things in him that same power is at work in us now, Gross writes Keeping liturgical time, making it sacred, opens us further to this power as, year after year, we rehearse the Story of God remembering with gratitude, anticipating with hope and over time live deeply the Story of our live

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