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The Message Concordance: Including Phrase and Synonym Finderby Eugene H Peterson
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If you're like many Christians, you are so busy with day-to-day living that you may be unaware of the needs around you. In fact, you might be puzzled about how to help those who lack. Yet it's not nearly as hard as you might think. Just take a glance at your own community. Mother Teresa once said, "It isn't necessary to move to Calcutta to do something significant." There are people in need all around you, if you only stop to look. Is there a single parent where you work? A disabled child in your neighborhood? Perhaps a family in your church who cannot afford medical insurance? These needs cry out to be met, and God's Word says that to meet them is "pure and faultless" religion. In 101 Ways to Help People in Need, Steve and Janie Sjogren present practical and creative ways for you and your church to reach out to people with physical, emotional, and relational needs––in your neighborhood, your community, your country, and your world.
The Message Concordance is a unique approach to referencing The Message as you seek to grow in your understanding of the Bible.
Your community is filled with people in need. Use these simple and creative ways to reach out to them.
Discover practical and creative ways for you and your church to reach out to people with physical, emotional, and relational needs––in your neighborhood, your community, your country, and your world.
All the Scripture references you need, with the words and phrases unique to Eugene Peterson's masterful paraphrase, are put right at your fingertips with The Message Concordance .
This innovative resource offers three study tools in one:
• A word concordance, featuring the contemporary words unique to The Message.
• A phrase concordance, referencing the distinctive phrases The Message is known for.
• A synonym concordance, enabling you to bridge familiar words from other translations (KJV, NIV) with their equivalents in The Message.
About the Author
EUGENE H. PETERSON is a writer poet and retired pastor. He has authored more than thirty-four books (not including The Message ). He is Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology at Regent College in Vancouver British Columbia. Eugene also founded Christ Our King Presbyterian Church in Bel Air Maryland where he ministered for twenty-nine years. He lives with his wife Jan in Montana.
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