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Benedictions or, The blessed life by Cumming, John

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Published by John P. Jewett in Boston .
Written in English


  • Christian life.

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Statementby John Cumming.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 307 p. ;
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22877470M

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A benediction is a short, concise statement given in the Bible in the form of a petition, an assurance, a promise or principle. It voices images of protection, or comfort, or abundance, or some other word of assurance. The word benediction means to say good, to voice good thoughts, to pronounce. The tradition of a blessing or benediction as part of an act of worship has been a part of Jewish worship for generations, and we can trace it back to the book of Numbers where Aaron and his sons bless the Israelites with this blessing: “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you. From the Book of Common Worship (pg. 45) The Formal Dismissal and Benediction in the Presbyterian Church. God calls the church to join in the mission of Christ in service to the world. As the church engages in that mission, it bears witness to God’s reign over all of life. Print Books Photo Books Comic Books Magazines Yearbooks Ebooks. Sell. Sell on Lulu Sell on Your Site Retail Distribution. Resources. Publishing Toolkit Hire A Pro About Benediction Classics. Publications by Benediction Classics. Sort by Publication Date Descending. Publication Date Ascending Publication Date Descending Price Ascending Price.

  When we conclude our worship services, we offer a benediction (word of blessing) and a sending greeting. We do not simply say, “Have a nice week.” We go from our service of worship to our everyday life of worship. In order to do that, we need God’s blessing and equipping. What a powerful way to wrap up the book of Hebrews! The word "benediction" derives from two Latin words - "bene" (meaning "well") and "dicere", which means "to speak". So a Benediction is a spoken request to God for the recipient to receive goodness and wellness. • The most popular benediction originates in the Jewish faith and is known as the "Priestly Blessing" (Numbers ). This is. This book is an excellent resource for any pastor and very helpful. It has one flaw: no index. Each one comes from a particular Scripture (or several Scriptures) and it would have been really, really nice if this book had an index so you could jump directly to a benediction without having to flip through them all to look for a particular Scripture/5(15). Benediction book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Benediction is a short story by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, /5.