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    Meeting Jesus Christ: Meditations on the Word

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    Do you want to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ?Do you want to delve into the rich depths of Scripture?This book is not about strategies or techniques. It is not a step-by-step "how to" book. It is a book about Jesus Christ, who is inviting you to steal some precious time and give it to God."The door of faith opens to the Person of Jesus Christ. Msgr. Brian Bransfield's latest book, Meeting Jesus Christ: Meditations on the Word, invites the reader to be drawn in and meet Jesus so as to love him and make him known and loved."-Bishop Paul Sirba, Diocese of Duluth"Bransfield shows us that the scenes of the Gospels are not sword-and-sandal dramas. They're our lives. Jesus is walking in our strees, and he's healing people who have jobs and emotions and motives that are a lot like yours and mine. 'God loves to hide in the ordinary,' the author tells us as he enlists us in his search party."-Mike Aquilina, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, ETWN Host
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    Description Do you want to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ?Do you want to delve into the rich depths of Scripture?This book is not about strategies or techniques. It is not a step-by-step "how to" book. It is a book about Jesus Christ, who is inviting you to steal some precious time and give it to God."The door of faith opens to the Person of Jesus Christ. Msgr. Brian Bransfield's latest book, Meeting Jesus Christ: Meditations on the Word, invites the reader to be drawn in and meet Jesus so as to love him and make him known and loved."-Bishop Paul Sirba, Diocese of Duluth"Bransfield shows us that the scenes of the Gospels are not sword-and-sandal dramas. They're our lives. Jesus is walking in our strees, and he's healing people who have jobs and emotions and motives that are a lot like yours and mine. 'God loves to hide in the ordinary,' the author tells us as he enlists us in his search party."-Mike Aquilina, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, ETWN Host