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1minion invites god in – humming your praise and joy

(see the tag Inviting God In for more entries regarding this book.) My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. Luke 1:46-47 From page 37 of Joyce Rupp’s book. Does it feel like God’s in … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – humming your praise and joy

My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my savior, Lukem1:46-47 Joyce Rupp’s devotional on page 37 shares the story of Mary and Hannah (Samuel’s mother) and their joy of motherhood and singing praises. She ends with: … Continue reading

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1minion invites god in – making room for god’s love

It’s less work to blog off a book than spend hours browsing news sites for something relevant, so you’re still stuck with pages from this devotional for a while. This is page 36. (Cast off on Jan 4th, though, so … Continue reading

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1minion invites god in – Sounds of Sunday edition

The many songs of Christmas Day — page 41. I’m skipping ahead a few pages in the book, Inviting God In, by Joyce Rupp. Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the Earth; break forth into joyous song and … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – May the light shine through me

Page 33 of Joyce Rupp’s book here. The first 44 pages of readings are supposed to be related to Christmas. There’s a kindle edition of Inviting God In if you want to follow along, or check other posts under the … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – a tender welcoming home

Here we are at page 34 of Joyce Rupp’s book, Inviting God In. …with great tenderness I will take you back…says the Lord, your redeemer. Isiah 54:7-8 Joyce’s point for this devotion is the return of the penitent, essentially. That … Continue reading

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1minion invites God in – the wisdom of Elizabeth?

The question mark isn’t in Joyce Rupp’s book (p.33); I’m wondering who she is. (Find the previous entries under the tag: inviting god in.) Elizabeth in the Bible was the wife of a priest named Zechariah; she was also a … Continue reading

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