Locations, specific dates, carefully chosen people, nuances behind the words of Jesus. Anne will uncover many surprises and lead you deeper in your understanding of scripture as she shows that Jesus heals the land as well as people.
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Like Wildflowers, Suddenly
Many indigenous cultures recognise a deep connection between people and their land--a heart-weaving of inhabitants and history that lies, sleeping restlessly, within the landscape itself. Western society, with its strongly embedded belief in scientific rationalism, resists this idea. So what does Scripture have to say on this contested topic?
Bent World: Bright Wings
Once again, the stories in this volume explore the Jewish mindset of the first century, along with its traditions and worldview. They probe the depths of particular nuances behind the words of Jesus, showing how He crafted them to heal history--by deliberately visiting specific locations on very particular dates and engaging with carefully chosen individuals.
Silk Shadows, Rings of Gold
Look at the resurrection of Jesus and the subsequent encounter he has with two of His disciples on their journey to Emmaus from a different viewpoint. What hidden surprises will Anne uncover?
Where His Feet Pass
'I'm giving you every place where the sole of your foot falls.'
So God promised Joshua. On the verge of the Jordan, God offered the people His binding, irrevocable assurance the land would be their inheritance forever.
Seems simple. Yet, as we trace the footsteps of Jesus along particular ancient paths, we'll see there's a deeper meaning to this divine promise. It's about binding up the wounds of the past, about healing history, about redeeming the land.