Cooperating with God: Life with the Cross

Overview

Rather than only worship Jesus, this book teaches us how to do the one thing that Jesus called us to do; that is, to take up our Cross and follow Him to Calvary.

Life with Cross teaches us how to fully Cooperate with God through the rich and encouraging study of the 15 Didactic Mysteries of the Gospels.

Using sacred Scripture, writings of the saints, stories from his own life, and incorporating narratives from popular books and movies such as ...

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Overview

Rather than only worship Jesus, this book teaches us how to do the one thing that Jesus called us to do; that is, to take up our Cross and follow Him to Calvary.

Life with Cross teaches us how to fully Cooperate with God through the rich and encouraging study of the 15 Didactic Mysteries of the Gospels.

Using sacred Scripture, writings of the saints, stories from his own life, and incorporating narratives from popular books and movies such as 'The Matrix', 'Lord of the Rings', 'Forest Gump', and 'The Count of Monte Cristo', David L. Gray lucidly explains how we can discern the will of God for our lives by following Jesus from the womb of Mary to the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea.

This book is an instant classic in Catholic Spiritual literature and a must have for all Christians and Jews who desire to learn how to Cooperate with God more fully.

Author David L. Gray (Yoseph M. Daviyd) has written a number of books and articles on Catholic Theology, Freemasonry, Fraud Prevention, and Sexual Purity. Learn more about him and read his blogs and articles at http://www.davidlgray.info

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615448862
  • Publisher: Erehmai Uoyevoli
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Pages: 340
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

In 2004 David had a personal encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ that moved him from the column of Agnostic to Protestant-Christian and later to Catholic-Christian. On August 8th, 2006 he was confirmed into the Catholic Church, taking Saint Joseph as his Patron Saint. In 2007 he was moved by the Spirit of God to take the new spiritual name 'Yoseph Miryam Daviyd' (meaning: God will add to or increase His beloved/prince) and has called himself by that name ever since.

David L. Gray was born and raised in Warren, Ohio, graduated from Warren G. Harding High School in 1991, earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting and Management from Central State University (Wilberforce, Ohio) in 1997, and studied for a Masters of Arts in Management at McGregor Antioch University (Yellow Springs, Ohio). Today he is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology and Christian Ministry from Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio) while he continues to discern and embrace his call to the ministry of John the Waymaker (the Baptist) by pointing people to Jesus the Lord through the lenses of the Catholic Church.

David L. Gray is a Catholic Dad to three beautiful daughters, and now lives in Warren, Ohio where he is a parishioner at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. As a profession, he is an author - he is also a partner at Key Relevant Business Solutions (a hospital management, website design, fraud prevention group).

Published Author:

Books on Scripture and the Spiritual Life
- Dead On Arrival: the seven fatal errors of sola scriptura (2010)
- Cooperating with God: The Bridegroom's Prayer (2011)
- Cooperating with God: Life with the Cross (2011)

Books on Black/Fraternal History
- Inside Prince Hall (2004)
- History of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Ohio 1971 - 2011: the fabric of Freemasonry (2012)

To Learn More Visit: http://www.davidlgray.info

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