The Community Life of God: Seeing the Godhead As the Model for All Relationships [NOOK Book]

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A new way of seeing that the headwaters for all church life and form is the community life of the Father, Son, and Spirit. This is both theological and practical. The corporate life that God lives by (eternal life) is the same that He gives to us. This is a life of loving one another and Jesus said that it comes from heaven (John 17). This community life is both the engine and the fuel for our lives together as believers, the backbone of organic church life.
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The Community Life of God: Seeing the Godhead As the Model for All Relationships

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Overview

A new way of seeing that the headwaters for all church life and form is the community life of the Father, Son, and Spirit. This is both theological and practical. The corporate life that God lives by (eternal life) is the same that He gives to us. This is a life of loving one another and Jesus said that it comes from heaven (John 17). This community life is both the engine and the fuel for our lives together as believers, the backbone of organic church life.
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David Flowers
"God is not an individual" says Milt Rodriguez. "He is a fellowship of three Persons; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit" (p.14).

In The Community Life of God, Rodriguez weaves together the story of God's desire to plant himself in His people. God's image is a "communal" image. The Lord created man in His image of community. And taking from the Tree of Life (i.e. Christ) is to take from the relational God.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013544208
  • Publisher: The Rebuilders
  • Publication date: 10/31/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • File size: 469 KB

Meet the Author

Milt Rodriguez has been living in and planting organic expressions of the church since 1990. He has also authored several books including The Butterfly in You and The Temple Within. He currently lives with his wife Mary in Florida.
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