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This is the message of the Psalter, "the word of Christ" (Col 3:16).
Will you henceforth lead your life and walk according to the Word of Christ. ...
What drives people to spread the word of Christ? "On the Way with Jesus: A Passion for Mission" is Richard Showalter's push to spread the word of God throughout the world.
"We were thinking of the journey that St Thomas took in spreading the word of Christ, which led us to think of the journey and route we all take in life and being on the right path."
Arriving in Poland in 1977 with no one but their one-year-old daughter, the Thompsons went undercover as students and later as business owners to spread the word of Christ. There they saw the birth and crushing of the Solidarity movement and the rise of martial law.
"It's a purifying experience: the word of Christ," he observed.
seek unity without being discouraged at the difficulties that can appear or accumulate along that road; otherwise we would be unfaithful t o the word of Christ.' Seeking unity is important because it's a precursor to attaining peace and justice.
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.
But you say that, without the example and the word of Christ, all lay ethics would lack a basic justification imbued with an ineluctable power of conviction.
"Wherefore, let the afflicted conscience think upon nothing, know nothing, set nothing against the judgement of God, but the Word of Christ" (CG, 88).
As David Leverenz has pointed out, part of that patriarchal theory may itself be a mask that covers the deeply feminine side of religious metaphor and belief, of men feeling chronically unworthy and humbled in communion, of suckling the word of Christ from the "Breasts of Both Testaments," and of conceiving conversion as a marriage in which the stern puritan man was transformed into a "Bride of Christ." Perhaps, in other words, the female subject was part of what constituted the objectifying male.