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Praying The Word

An Introduction to Lectio Divina

Enzo Bianchi; Translated by James W. Zona

Praying The Word
Praying The Word

ISBN: 9780879076825, CS182

Details: 119 pgs,
Publication Date: 03/01/1999
Cistercian Publications

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Scripture brings the Word of God to us when we read and welcome it in faith as the Word which comes from God and leads to God. Scripture is the means by which we live in God. The ancient monastic (and patristic) way of reading Scripture involves reflection (meditation) and prayer. It is listening to the Word, allowing the Word to become active in our lives. It is, in the words of Saint Jerome, 'opening our sails to the Holy Spirit without knowing on what shores we will land.'