3 edition of Spiritual longings and divine responses found in the catalog.
Spiritual longings and divine responses
|Statement||by W.H. Porter.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 27841|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (45 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Genre/Form: Devotional literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Porter, W.H. (William Henry), Spiritual longings and divine responses.
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While Moses was on the top of Mount Sinai experiencing the boundless nature of Israel’s God, his brother, Aaron, faced the difficult task of packaging the Holy One in a form that would be understandable and spiritually assessable to his people.
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Recorded by a number of his close disciples, the anecdotes in this book give the reader an opportunity to share in their personal encounters with the Master.
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Apart from God’s special revelation to us, this is our Gentile-instinct in seeking to petition the divine. Like the prophets of Baal at Carmel, we expect that calling on the deity “from morning until noon” and limping around the altar (1 Kings ), even cutting ourselves in our own ways (1 Kings ), might win us an ear in heaven.
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Many churches recognize the importance of the genuine spiritual hunger in our time and are attempting to bridge the gulf between traditional religious institutions and the contemporary spiritual quest by revitalizing and retooling ancient spiritual practices.
This book suggests that it is possible to relish the spiritual quest while honoring tradition and theological inquiry through practices. [Show full abstract] The first two experiences (experience through physical senses, experience through spiritual senses) pave the way to establish fellowship with the divine.
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