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by Rev. Mark O'Keefe
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  • Author:
    Rev. Mark O'Keefe
  • ISBN:
    0870293656
  • ISBN13:
    978-0870293658
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    St. Meinrad School of Theology (2002)
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    122 pages
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In his book, The Priestly Prayer of the Blessing, Warren . This book unveils the deeper meaning of the prayer that the high priest Aaron would pronounce over the children of Israel every day while they wandered in the wilderness.

Warren was given a revelation of the fullness of the meaning of this prayer as expressed in the Hebrew.

Raise up worthy priests for Your Altars and ardent, but gentle servants of the Gospel. Give the Church more priests and keep them faithful in their love and service. May many young men choose to serve You by devoting themselves to the service of Your people. It's a little awkward to ask, but we need your help.

Reflections on Prayer in the Life of the Priest. In this book the author focuses on the personal prayer of priests as an essential part of their discipleship and of their priesthood

Reflections on Prayer in the Life of the Priest. In this book the author focuses on the personal prayer of priests as an essential part of their discipleship and of their priesthood. The author explores the many facets of prayer in the life of the priest. He focuses on five pillars of a priest's prayer: Eucharist, the Word of God, Liturgy of the Hours, Penance and Marian devotion.

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The prayer was discovered on a silver amulet found in a tomb opposite the Temple Mount . Books related to The Priestly Prayer of the Blessing.

The prayer was discovered on a silver amulet found in a tomb opposite the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. It is the oldest surviving biblical text surpassing the age of the Dead Sea Scrolls by four hundred years. Moses was told by God to have Aaron, the high priest, pray it over the children of Israel every day. By doing this, God would place His name (His very person, His holy character, His power and authority) supernaturally upon them. Praying the Bible into Your Life.

Report an error in the book. John 17 is one of the great chapters of the Bible as it records the longest prayer that Jesus ever offered during His public ministry. The saints have loved it over the years. The words are as clear and calm as a mirrors, but the thoughts as deep and glowing as God's fathomless love to man: Hence all efforts to exhaust them are in vain (Church Historian, Philip Schaff). Every Christian will enjoy being with Christ and listening afresh as the Lord prays for His people.

Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is the short title of a number of related prayer books used in the Anglican Communion, as well as by other Christian churches historically related to Anglicanism. The original book, published in 1549 in the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with Rome. The work of 1549 was the first prayer book to include the complete forms of service for daily and Sunday worship in English

In this book the author focuses on the personal prayer of priests as an essential part of their discipleship and of their priesthood. The author explores the many facets of prayer in the life of the priest. He focuses on five pillars of a priest's prayer: Eucharist, the Word of God, Liturgy of the Hours, Penance and Marian devotion. These five elements are foundational for a priest's life of prayer. This is Fr. Mark's fourth book in a series on the identity and spirituality of priests.