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Libros Profeticos 2 – (Spanish)$14.99Add to cart
Quienes fueron los profetas menores? Que hizo Israel para encontrar esperanza en medio de guerras, invasiones y el exilio? Cuales fueron las circunstancias en que se dio la destruccion del templo de Jerusalen asi como su reconstruccion? Como podemos orar aprovechando lo que se relata en la Escritura? Rodeado de amenazas politicas y militares, el pueblo de Israel fue a dar a alianzas peligrosas que eventualmente lo llevaron a la guerra. Sus sobrevivientes quedaron sometidos a pagar elevados impuestos, u obligados al exilio, al matrimonio con extranjeros y a otras violaciones mas. Por todo esto la fidelidad de Israel a su Dios disminuyo. Posteriormente, con la destruccion del Templo a manos de los babilonios, parecia que toda fe habia desaparecido. Este libro del Estudio Biblico llevara al lector a adentrarse en el mensaje de los Profetas Menores. Mensaje que va dirigido al pueblo de Israel que se encuentre en medio de la prueba y de la contradiccion. Al leerlo, el lector descubrira que estos profetas son llamados menores debido solamente a la brevedad de sus escritos y de ninguna manera a lo insignificante de su mensaje.
Prophetic Books 1$14.99Add to cart
The prophets’ role is fascinating: to communicate God’s message to the people and to intercede to the Lord on behalf of the people. In this study book, part of the Libros Liguori Catholic Bible Study series, the authors probe visions, prophecies, and oracles, offering historical context to the messages and spiritual insight into the action.
Libros Historicos : Josue Jueces Ruth 1 Y 2 De Samuel 1 Y 2 De Reyes 1 Y 2 – (Sp$14.99Add to cart
This book in the Liguori Catholic Bible Study series examines the Israelites’ story from the time of Joshua leading the people into the Promised Land through the rise and fall of kings and the impact of the prophets Elijah and Elisha. The Israelites’ covenant with God and Mosaic law are recurring themes in these narratives and reflections. As readers explore these biblical books with Fr. William Anderson, they will more fully understand their own relationship to God in devotion, obedience, worship, and prayer.
Wisdom Books Job Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes Song Of Songs Wisdom Sirach$14.99Add to cart
Unlike most Old Testament books, the Wisdom Books don’t relate scenes from Israel’s history. Instead, these sayings, songs, and poems show us how to understand and deal with everyday problems through the lens of faith. From the suffering of Job, to the pragmatic proverbs, to the vanity of all things and the intimate love of God, these books spiritually nourish and instruct God’s people how to live well and in accord with one another and all creation. Guided by the Spirit, all can learn to know, love, and fear the Lord. Part of the Liguori Catholic Bible Study, a series of 21 books introducing each book of the Bible, providing insight into the sacred words of antiquity and inviting you to discover the living Word and its impact on our daily lives. The narrative, study questions, reflections, key notes, prayers, and an introduction to the spiritual practice of lectio divina will deepen your understanding of Scripture.
Universal Letters : James 1 And 2 Peter And 1, 2 And 3rd John Jude$14.99Add to cart
The early Church’s growth from a handful of disciples to a large community of followers forced the Church to become an institution that could cope with large numbers. In this volume, Father William A. Anderson probes several New Testament letters that were addressed to the “catholic,” or universal, Church. General in nature, these letters welcomed and addressed all Christians. Through them, the writers were able to encourage whole communities and provide instruction on Christian living.
Letters To The Corinthians$14.99Add to cart
Saint Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians reads like a letter from a concerned parent who wishes to share wisdom-and a warning-with his or her children. For Paul has received some disturbing news about the people he knows well and loves. Therefore, this first letter reflects Paul’s own suffering as well as his desire to have the Corinthians change their ways.
As Paul continues his Second Letter to the Corinthians, his words express many different emotions. One might even break the letter down into sections that give an image of Paul as a man who is angry, compassionate, forgiving, loving, and sorrowful. In this second letter we are provided a glimpse of the passion of Paul, a man with many moods and emotions.
As you study these letters written by St. Paul, the church of Corinth exemplifies the fact that arguments have always existed among the people of God. Though these arguments are familiar to the Christian journey, we are reminded in these letters that the Holy Spirit is with us and will work through us-and that our deepest call is to love God and one another.
Pentateuch I : Creation And Covenant$14.99Add to cart
The Liguori Catholic Bible Study is a series of 21 books introducing each and every book of the Bible, providing insight into the Sacred Words of antiquity, and inviting all to discover the living Word and its impact on our daily lives. Pentateuch I: Creation and Covenant explores Judeo-Christian beginnings and theological foundations of the books of Genesis and Exodus. From the creation of the world to the sojourn in the desert, the author, William Anderson, reminds participants of their origins and helps them relate to these ancient texts. The stories of Adam, Eve, Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob, Rachel, Leah, Joseph, Moses, Zipporah, and others will resonate with participants who explore these ancient scriptural texts.
Gospel Of Mark$14.99Add to cart
Explore the Gospel of Mark, which is the first Gospel to be written and also the shortest of the four Gospels. Scholars tell us that this Gospel was used by the authors of Matthew and Luke as a resource.
At the time when Mark wrote his gospel, Christians suffered persecution and death for the sake of Christ and wondered why evil remained so powerful after its conquest by Jesus. Events in our world today often lead us to ask the same question. Why is the power of evil so strong in the world, while the power of good seems so weak?
The Gospels answer this and other questions for both our present age, those in ages past, and will continue to answer these questions for ages to come.
Gospel Of Matthew$14.99Add to cart
While drawing from Mark’s gospel, Matthew wrote a different kind of faith testimony about Jesus, one oriented toward a Jewish audience.
The Gospel of Matthew focuses on Jesus and his equality with God and treats as well the Kingdom of God as the Church, the promise of eternal life, and his teaching of the two-fold commandment to love God and neighbor. Rev. Anderson helps you not only study Matthew, but also pray his gospel with the Lectio Divina method that is a core element of the Liguori Catholic Bible Study.