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New Daylight Bible Reading Notes (Large Print): Sept-Dec 2018

New Daylight  Bible Reading Notes (Large Print): Sept-Dec 2018
New Daylight offers four months of daily Bible reading and reflection for everybody who wants to go deeper with God. It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage (text included), helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead. The deluxe edition of New Daylight is published in large print and with quality paper.
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As we enter autumn and winter it is tempting to become mournful, sighing for the relaxed greenness of summer months, looking back to the vivid hope of spring. Such reflections can be useful, in that it is in pondering that we learn 'emotion recollected in tranquillity', as Wordsworth describes it. Indeed, one of the key characteristics of Mary, whose nature is explored by Penelope Wilcock in this issue, is the way she holds the events of Jesus' life in her heart and ponders them. Joshua too makes remembering an important part of his leadership, and Fiona Stratta shows Joshua's skill in encouraging the children of Israel to recall God's goodness to them in the past in order to inspire them to live well and faithfully into the future. Nick Read explores the challenging book of Leviticus, with its seemingly endless descriptions of the best way to sacrifice an animal, and shows how adherence to the covenant which God made with this people is both honoured and replaced by Christ's sacrifice on the cross. He demonstrates how a willingness to grapple with Leviticus will help Christians understand the context in which Christ lived and the eternal truths which he brought to fruition. However, to dwell too long amid memories can sap one's energies for engaging with the present and looking to the future, preventing new growth and progress. Amy Boucher Pye shows us how accepting the forgiveness of Christ for ourselves is as necessary for living fully in Christ as engaging with the challenging task of forgiving others. This process of forgiveness is just as important in public life as in the domestic sphere. As the nations of the world unite in remembering and mourning the loss of so many lives in the tragedy of World War I at the centenary of its ending, we join our prayers with those of Christians throughout the world as we pledge to work for peace on a worldwide scale. The scarlet poppy, a powerful symbol of blood spilt, is also a sign of new growth and hope for the future: 'To you from failing hands we throw the torch; be yours to hold it high' ('In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae). As we journey through the autumn and winter months I pray that we may grow in the understanding and love from which spring the shoots of forgiveness.
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