Jesus of Nazareth: Bread of Life

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Hands of 1-2_+ Only By; Only For; Only When

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One Shield/One Path

Another Tide (Coincides)

Reflections: The Prodigal Son

10 Responses to Jesus of Nazareth: Bread of Life

  1. SeaClearly says:

    The Bread of God

    For Sunday, August 9, 2015 – John 6:35, 41-51

    Some lessons are harder than others to convey and to learn. Jesus confounds many of his listeners when he tells them, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.”

    http://inwardoutward.org/the-story/a-bread-baking-god/

  2. SeaClearly says:

    Awaken and Develop
    Love and compassion lead to the ability to engage in honest intimacy with ourselves, other people, the world and God. They are central to most sacred traditions.
    http://inwardoutward.org/2016/07/14/awaken-and-develop/

  3. […] Jesus of Nazareth: Bread of Life […]

  4. […] Imagine having received messages, over years, about a new future, a new beginning. Imagine resultant periods of unique success, of unbreakable hope and various inspirational/spiritual peaks. Imagine, after more years, finding yourself immersed in total turmoil (and ongoing diabolical attacks) while reaching a point where virtually everything earthly was lost: realization of envisioned fruition had not come true. Imagine (with the latter) not being able to see any way or avenue for it to ever come true (now) – though at times (all along the way) occurrences were sent as a means to enhance remembrance of the original. Thereupon, Imagine receiving a new one, but without any specifics – and soon crying out because it still seemed absolutely impossible (under current circumstances). Then, Imagine hearing the Voice of God, as a reply: […]

  5. […] Jesus of Nazareth: Bread of Life […]

  6. […] Gift (though profoundly disturbing) – since (this not being a focus of foretelling) a return (Deliverance) was possible.  Most important, there is considerable doubt that the experience by way of an […]

  7. […] moment of a Miracle (of the Holy Spirit), or seven days of torture (afterward)? The moment[s] are Forever.  The torture is […]

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