6 edition of Understanding The Passion Of Jesus Made Easy found in the catalog.
September 21, 2004
by Hendrickson Publishers
Written in English
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The reason the Jews in Jesus day hated Him so much is because He was rocking their comfort boat. They were trying to make a good life for themselves down here for their peasly years that they have down here. Jesus is the Son of God and their Messiah and He came to them to give them freedom from all their oppressors, the Romans at this point. This blog post is a follow-up from yesterday’s blog. You can read yesterday’s post by clicking HERE. When we encounter the resurrection accounts in the New Testament we face a challenge in putting all the pieces together in a way that the sequence of the events flow in logical order. This is due to the Continue reading "A Chronological Sequence of the Resurrection Events".
Understanding the Passion. 1 Cor. For Christ sent me to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the cross of Christ should be made of none effect.  For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. 1. THE TRIAL OF JESUS SHOWS US GOD’S PURPOSE. The passion of Christ includes the time period from the night prior to the crucifixion of Jesus until His death upon the cross. In the Roman Catholic tradition, much emphasis has been placed on this time period to emphasize the sufferings of Jesus leading up to His death as the ultimate sacrifice for sin.
The Passion remains the central event of Christianity and the role of the Jews in this story serves as the foundation of the early Christian view of Judaism and the Jews. Here is a brief overview of the Jewish role in the Passion story as portrayed in the Gospel. The editors of U.S. Catholic interview Father Donald Senior, C.P., professor of New Testament Studies and president emeritus of Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He is the author of the forthcoming (November ) book Why the Cross? (Abingdon). Read more from Senior on the reasons for Jesus’ crucifixion in "For us and our salvation" which appeared in the April issue of U.S.
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Entering the Passion: A Beginner's Guide to Holy Week (Entering the Passion of Jesus) [Levine, Amy-Jill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Entering the Passion: A Beginner's Guide to Holy Week (Entering the Passion of Jesus)/5(74).
This book, by one of my favorite New Testament scholars/authors, is subtitled "A Beginner's Guide to Holy Week", the yearly Christian celebration of the Passion [suffering & death] of Jesus.
"Beginners", and even seasoned readers of the Scriptures, will find the book helpful/5. Experiencing the Passion of Jesus explains how the Word of God explains that we should respond to Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.
I recommend this book for Christians and non-Christians alike. As an addition to reading this book, I srongly recommend that you read C.J. Mahaney's book, The Cross-Centered Life (ISBN: )/5(4).
The Passion of Jesus and Its Hidden Meaning shows how every person in the world, whether he realizes it or not, is personally involved in the sufferings and death of Jesus Christ. It was because of our sins, and the seriousness of these sins, that Our Lord underwent so cruel a torture/5(11).
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This book is about what Jesus’ passion accomplished for the world. The Passion of Christ and the Passion of Auschwitz It is a tragedy that the story of Christ’s passion has produced anti- Semitism against Jews and crusading violence against Muslims.
We Christians are ashamed of many of our ancestors who did not act in the spirit of Christ. The passion of Christ originated in love, was directed by the purpose of God, and was lived in dependence on the presence of God.
Jesus declared that every word that he said was given to him by the Father who commanded him what to say and how to say it (John ). In order for this to happen, Jesus lived every moment in the presence of the Father.
Passion Prayer is the currency of the unseen world. Passion Prayer is the secret of the amazing success that Jesus enjoyed during His short, but explosive, ministry here on earth. A close examination of the prayer that Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane shortly before His betrayal and crucifixion reveals a proven system that worked for.
The third main prophecy of the Passion is from the Book of the Wisdom of Solomon. Protestant Christians place it in the Apocrypha, Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox among the deuterocanonical books.
But it was written about BC, and many have understood these verses ( of chapter 2) as a direct prophecy of Jesus’ Passion.
The Passion of Christ, from the Latin patior meaning "suffer," refers to those sufferings our Lord endured for our redemption from the agony in the garden until His death on Calvary.
The Passion of Our Lord is arranged for recitation by several ministers. Printed in two colors in large, easy-to-read pt. type and bound in durable gold-stamped red cloth, The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ is a practical and pastoral resource for Holy Week liturgies. What makes this book unique is that in his willingness to be transparent before the world, he has provided a means whereby the reader can take a parable and make it life to themselves.
It is easy to read of the words of Christ and those early zealous believers and think we could not ever attain that level of s: To understand Jesus and truly feel what His death on the cross means for our salvation, is an experience of passion itself.
I pray today that I have passion, passion for Jesus. Passion in the sense that I will have ardor, enthusiasm, and zeal for living each day as Jesus would have.
Jesus died for all, but it’s only when we believe that He did, that we can become friends with God and deal with our sin problem. Application of The Passion of Jesus: The second criminal asked Jesus to remember him when Jesus entered His Kingdom.
Jesus told the criminal that he would be in Paradise with Him that day. Presages of the Passion, in the Book of Signs Alerted to John’s propensity to foreshadow the Passion of Jesus, we can find many instances of it throughout the Book of Signs (John ).
For those whose hearts were open to mystery, these se-meia (signs) were pointers to Jesus’s inner divinity, to the intimate union of the Son with the Father. Faith in Jesus Christ is essential to be saved and justified.
See Ephesians –9. True faith has a backbone. The Book of James makes it abundantly clear that a declaration of faith by itself doesn’t amount to a hill of beans if it isn’t backed up by action (James –26). In Entering the Passion of Jesus: A Beginner's Guide to Holy Week, biblical scholar Amy-Jill Levine delves into the history and literature surrounding the last days of Jesus' life.
She sets the narrative in historical context and analyzes the risks and motives of the story's characters. The Entering the Passion of Jesus DVD video segments are approximately minutes each and, when combined.
When we pray in the Holy Mass, therefore, and unite our prayers to that of Jesus, we can be sure that our requests will be heard by God the Father. Readings. Holy Scripture is God's word. God speaks to us in the inspired books, so that we can know what we have.
The Bible Made Easy series provides full colour pocket sized reference tools in the Bible. Scheduled to tie in with the re-release of the Mel Gibson film, The Passion, over Easter, The Passion and The Resurrection of Jesus explore the background, events and lessons of the death and resurrection of Jesus.;The Bible Made Easy series titles have sold around two million copies since they were first.
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Understanding His Character. That’s when Jesus snapped. If you have a misty, soft focus image of Jesus in your mind—if you see Jesus as a puny weakling walking around quoting scripture, re-read this passage.
Jesus was a carpenter by trade. That is not light or easy work. There were no home improvement stores in Nazareth.When learning from The Passion of the Christ the facts about Jesus’ suffering and crucifixion, it’s essential to understand the reason for it. One of the most important of the many reasons given in the Bible why Jesus had to die was to receive the wrath of God in the place of others.
“For all have sinned,” God says in Romans The passion of the Christ brings the representation of the suffering and death of Jesus to a whole new dimension. The film may have its positive and negative sides, but the important factor lies in the message it attempts to convey, not on the savage content.