|LC Classifications||BV85 .H46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|ISBN 10||0939516284, 0939516268|
|LC Control Number||94035325|
A rich collection of parables and stories, prayers and paradoxes for turning the challenge of the Lenten ascent into a joyful adventure. Read More In brief but powerful reflections for the 40 days of Lent, Father Hays has created a thought-provoking adventure, taking us on a sacred mountain climbing expedition--the mountain being a universal Price Range: $ - $ Mountain of God Hardcover – Janu The author, who has directed the expedition at Har Karkom in the Negev for the past five years, presents his findings along with the hypothesis that the mountain is, in actuality, Mount Sinai, the mountain of Moses and the Exodus. /5(3). The Ascent of the Mountain of God 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews. Guest: More than 1 year ago: We are using this book for study groups during Lent and basing our theme of a Lenten Journey on the wonderful images that Edward Hayes provides. The book is written to hold the interest of today's pilgrim, while also bringing to light the 4/5(1). But the Web God’s have lapped this same mountain on many occasions before. We know every step on the path to success and use our knowledge and web expertise to guide you on your Ascent. Your journey starts here. Book a consultation with us today! Our World. Creative & Effective.
Ascent of Mount Carmel St. John of the Cross. This document has been generated from XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Langua so that they may not obstruct its road to union with God p. Book The Third. Which treats of the purgation of the active night of the memory and will. Gives instruction how the soul is to behave with File Size: 1MB. Add tags for "The ascent of the mountain of God: daily reflections for the journey of Lent". Be the first. But the ascent was not only literal, it was also a metaphor: the trip to Jerusalem acted out a life lived upward toward God, an existence that advanced from one level to another in developing maturity—what Paul described as “the goal, where God is beckoning us onward—to Jesus” (Phil ). Humanity, once enjoying the paradise of God himself, was made to descend the mountain of the LORD. Who, now, shall ascend? Who, now, shall ascend? It was, after all, God the Father our Maker who, in holy justice, expelled us, for “ He drove out the man,” and “ He set cherubim,” angelic warriors, to guard the gateway to himself.
The question of ascending God's mountain to his house was likely recited by pilgrims on approaching the temple on Mount Zion during the annual festivals. This entrance liturgy runs as an undercurrent throughout the Pentateuch and is at the heart of its central book, Leviticus. Book Overview Ed Hays has created a thought-provoking adventure in these brief but powerful reflections for the 40 days of Lent. Derived from the Cycle C readings of the Sunday Lectionary, this rich collection of parables and stories, prayers and paradoxes turns the challenge of the Lenten ascent into a joyful adventure. How can creatures made from dust become a part of God's household forever? In this study of the biblical theology of Leviticus, Morales explores the narrative context, literary structure, and theology of the book, following its movement from the tabernacle to the templeand from the earthly to the heavenly Mt. Zion in the New Testament. pages, softcover from InterVarsity/5(2). Moses takes Joshua with him and sends the others down to the foot of Sinai. While Joshua waits, Moses continues the ascent. For six days, a cloud covers the top of the mountain. On the seventh day, God calls Moses to enter the cloud and approach the top of the mountain. Moses stays there for 40 days and 40 nights (verse 18). During this meeting.