Conversing with God in Scripture: A Contemporary Approach to Lectio Divina

· The Word Among Us Press
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152
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About this ebook

Is it really possible to enter into a genuine conversation with God? Christians throughout the ages have done so using the ancient practice of lectio divina, or spiritual reading. In this practical and inspirational book, Stephen Binz shows how we can read and reflect on Scripture in ways that enable us to hear God speaking to us in our thoughts and hearts. He explains how to converse with God in prayer, which will lead to contemplation and life-changing action. With a clarity that all will welcome, Binz explains the elements, characteristics, and benefits of lectio divina. This book is suitable both for beginners and those seasoned in prayer as well as for those in faith-sharing and Bible study groups.
Seven examples from biblical passages show readers how to use lectio divina.
Questions for reflection and discussion follow each chapter.
Valuable for all, from beginners to those experienced at prayer.

About the author

Stephen J. Binz is a Catholic biblical scholar, popular speaker, and the author of more than twenty books on the Bible, including the new series, Threshold Bible Study. An enthusiastic proponent of Scripture study in the church for over two decades, Binz has studied at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Hebrew University in Jerusalem and has offered numerous trips and pilgrimages to lands of the Bible. He resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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