31 Days of Jesus Sayings Pocket Edition

31 Days of Jesus Sayings Pocket Edition

by Stephen Joseph Wolf (Compiler)
31 Days of Jesus Sayings Pocket Edition

31 Days of Jesus Sayings Pocket Edition

by Stephen Joseph Wolf (Compiler)

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Overview

31 Days of Jesus Sayings is a collection of 180 fragments attributed to Jesus of Nazareth in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, that one former parish priest still finds helpful in praying while walking in the woods or on a treadmill or other torture device or driving here and there or rocking in a chair like a hungry old bear. They can be meditated on as if a vitamin, choosing one from five or so to breathe with through the day, as a way to meet Jesus, on the search for a healing word of consolation or a challenge from the Savior, as a doorway into the gospel context of a saying that intrigues, in the ongoing search for the gospel account or parable that is "the gospel within the gospel" for a particular Christian, with extra time on one's hands a way to sit with those "hard" sayings of Jesus, as a way to begin a dialogue with the Risen Christ, a way to admit the desire to be a student-disciple of the Master Teacher, or looking to listen in patient anticipation of being surprised by God. This pocket edition is one of the 8 chapters of A Jesus Breviary. Visit idjc.org.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781937081478
Publisher: IDJC Press
Publication date: 02/10/2016
Edition description: Pocket ed.
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.09(d)

About the Author

Stephen Joseph Wolf is retired, a former parish priest (22 lents & holy weeks), spiritual director and retreat leader, and before that a certified public accountant (14 tax seasons), who before that worked as a landscaper, desk clerk, laundry worker, janitor, paper boy, and student, growing up the second of eight sons of a parish secretary and Nashville's best television repairman. He completed a B.S. at MTSU, an M.B.A. at Belmont University, and an M.Div. at Mundelein Seminary. He continues to write poems and songs and paint folk art icons, sing baritone for the LGBTQ+ chorus Nashville in Harmony, play the ukulele with Music for Seniors and others, volunteer as a bookkeeper for two non-profits, serve on the board of PFLAG Nashville, and gather with the LGBTQ+Catholic group Always God's Children. He lives in Nashville with his husband Billy.
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