EPUB ✼ Bright Evening Star: Mystery of the Incarnation Author Madeleine L'Engle – Writerscompany.co.uk

Bright Evening Star: Mystery of the Incarnation For Over Fifty Years, L Engle Has Been Delighting And Inspiring Readers With Her Warm, Eloquent Prose, And Inspirational Poetry She Continues This Tradition With Bright Evening Star, A Personal Reflection Of The Mystery And Majesty Of The Incarnation Of Jesus Christ Bright Evening Star Provides A Glimpse Into The Life Stories Of This Prolific Author And Her Encounters With God With A Foreword By John Tesh, L Engle Invites Us On A Spiritual Adventure That Leads To Hope, Joy, And A Closer Relationship With Jesus Christmas, Says Madeleine L Engle, Should Be A Time Of Awed Silence If You Re Looking For A Unique And Christ Centered Christmas Meditation, Bright Evening Star Will Be A Rich And Delightful Discovery Year Round


10 thoughts on “Bright Evening Star: Mystery of the Incarnation

  1. says:

    The story of Jesus birth has been oversentimentalized until it no longer has the ring of truth, and once we d sentimentalized it we could commercialize it and so forget what Christmas is really about L Engle believes in the power of storytelling, and in this short volume of memoir she retells the life story of Jesus and recalls her own experiences with suffering and joy losing her


  2. says:

    Oh, that Madeleine As a master storyteller herself, L Engle helps the reader to view the gospels through a different lens true story How do we read stories that are common to us L Engle helps us turn the gemstone and see a different facet I love that about her.There are absolutely things I disagree with in L Engle s writing I ve said before that she mistakes when she reads God is lo


  3. says:

    Sometimes Madeleine writes things that are a littleout there When you come across those parts, don t get hung up Just say to yourself, Ha ha Oh that Madeleine and keep reading Judy HougenI loved this quote Addie Zierman added to the foreword After reading several books by Madeleine L Engle recently, I can honestly say that I have felt both uplifted by her books and at other times puz


  4. says:

    Another thoughtful book by M L Engle Her writing is easy and almost conversational I do like that Her Christian perspective is influenced by her Episcopal background, but she relates with a wider world of Christians, so I like what she says A big part of this book is sharing her love of story in books and in the Bible Jesus did use stories a lot to teach L Engle makes the point that w


  5. says:

    L Engle s analysis of the Incarnation is part autobiography and part theography It s a wonderful story of choosing love over power and truth over fact I enjoy L Engle s voice and her openness about her own feelings and beliefs, along with the stories she shares about family, friends, and loved ones Her interpretation of Scripture is true to the Word, and she always brings all her opini


  6. says:

    Why did I wake at 3am last night I don t know I am so grateful that this book called to me from the Jacob s Ladder of unread books next to my bed L Engle not only saw the universe for everything it is, she had the ability and the courage to share her vision She s my mentor new review 20 Sep 2012 I suppose this is a good one to keep next to the bed, because here I am again It s so obviou


  7. says:

    I really wanted to love this bookI do love Madeleine L Engle for her conversational style, her honest and wrestling faith, her acceptance and even reverence of the things that reside for now in the realm of mystery also her love for Jesus and familiarity with the gospels The wonder she brings to life while not shying away from the brokenness that is the draw for me.However, her theology


  8. says:

    Will likely become an annual addition to my Advent Devotional.


  9. says:

    I do not understand the incarnation I rejoice in it.


  10. says:

    I like that Madeleine L Engle can t be put in a box Madeleine thinks like Madeleine To me, the best part of this book was when she described how her thinking about God was influenced by her family and by the thinking boxes she encountered in various schools and churches As much as I admire her strong voice, her writing doesn t usually draw me in and win me over It s all head, and I wanthear


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