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The Pain of Christ and the Sorrow of God Classic Lenten meditations from the pen of an extraordinarily reflective master of the written word. Best Read [ The Pain of Christ and the Sorrow of God ] By [ Gerald Vann ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. Before reading the final chapter I was going to give this book four stars a nice little book with some good insights but not always sticking closely to the chapter s theme nothing earth shattering Then I came to the last, and longest, chapter, and discovered the journey was well worthwhile The Sorrow of God was added later to the first six chapters that were derived from Lenten sermons This last chapter beautifully describes the eternal impact on the entire Trinity and us of Christ s su Before reading the final chapter I was going to give this book four stars a nice little book with some good insights but not always sticking cl...

  2. Very good little Lenten meditations, but also good during the year I m reading it the Third Week of Easter He reminds us well of the Passion s connection to the Resurrection, and not to isolate one from the other If we do so, we gain a certain freedom.

  3. Gerald Vann is a Catholic theologian whose work came highly recommended to me from a very well read associate This devotional succeeds well at reflecting on various aspects of the last two days of Jesus life round 1 , but has a couple of chapters I found distracting for its non Biblical reflections on Mary, the mother of Jesus The Sorrow of God flipped between rich romanticism which I do tend to enjoy quite a bit and theology of God s pain I probably won t be enthusiastically recommendin Gerald Vann is a Catholic theologian whose work came highly recommended to me from a very well read associate This devotional succeeds well at reflecting on various aspects of the last two days of Jesus life round 1 , but has a couple of chapters I found distracting for its non Biblical reflections on Mary, the mother of Jesus The S...