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by Reverend Desmond O'Donnell,Maureen Mohen,Sr Maureen Mohen
Author: Reverend Desmond O'Donnell,Maureen Mohen,Sr Maureen Mohen
Publisher: ACTA Publications (May 15, 2002)
Subcategory: Worship and Devotion
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Desmond O'Donnell, Maureen Mohen. Experience the riches of the New Testament in a unique, prayerful manner
Desmond O'Donnell, Maureen Mohen. Experience the riches of the New Testament in a unique, prayerful manner. Verses from the Gospels, Letters, Acts of the Apostles and Book of Revelation are used as the basis for 100 original prayers, each arranged in a psalm-like format. Each modern-day psalm focuses on a spiritual theme like compassion, ecology, freedom, gratitude, leadership, obedience, possessions, shar Experience the riches of the New Testament in a unique, prayerful manner.
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So many people do not realize how powerful a prayer a Psalm can be, especially when singing it. The insights offered in this gem greatly help us to unravel the mystery behind some of the sayings in the Psalms. We join the singing and praying of over 3,000 years of holy souls throughout history when we pray the Psalms. One person found this helpful.
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This book offers a comprehensive summary of the use of the Psalms at Qumran and in the New Testament
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It happened that while he was praying, alone, his disciples joined him, and he questioned them, saying: Who do the masses say I am?
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All Old Testament books are quoted as authoritative works by the New Testament writers with four exceptions: Ezra/Nehemiah, Esther, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon. However, the absence of any quotations of these books does not speak against their canonicity. These Four Books May Be Alluded To.
The New Testament contains more than 100 quotations from the Psalms. John follows the lead of the synoptic writers, drawing from the Psalms 15 times in his Gospel and book of Revelation
The New Testament contains more than 100 quotations from the Psalms. With two small exceptions, every New Testament writer draws from the beloved hymnbook of God’s chosen people. In the opening line of the New Testament, Matthew declares that Jesus is the son of David and then uses 15 quotations from the Psalms to prove His Messiahship. Mark follows suit with 10 more quotations. John follows the lead of the synoptic writers, drawing from the Psalms 15 times in his Gospel and book of Revelation. The good news of Jesus Christ is almost unintelligible apart from the Psalms. So is the history of the Early Church.