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Kissing the Leper: Seeing Jesus in the Least of These

Kissing the Leper Seeing Jesus in the Least of These Jesus once counseled us to buy medicine for your eyes from me so you can see really see Rev MSG Kissing the Leper is about getting our eyes repaired from religious and cultural prejudice so that

  • Title: Kissing the Leper: Seeing Jesus in the Least of These
  • Author: Bradley Jersak
  • ISBN: 9780978017408
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jesus once counseled us to buy medicine for your eyes from me so you can see, really see Rev 3 18 MSG Kissing the Leper is about getting our eyes repaired from religious and cultural prejudice so that we can see Jesus in others, especially those that our world discards as the least The author has compiled the voices and testimonies of historical and contemporary pracJesus once counseled us to buy medicine for your eyes from me so you can see, really see Rev 3 18 MSG Kissing the Leper is about getting our eyes repaired from religious and cultural prejudice so that we can see Jesus in others, especially those that our world discards as the least The author has compiled the voices and testimonies of historical and contemporary practitioners to develop a devotional theology of encounter Specifically, he challenges us to meet and welcome Christ in human form from the society s margins to the banqueting table of God.

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    1 thought on “Kissing the Leper: Seeing Jesus in the Least of These

    1. Revelation counsels, “anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see.” This is a book about seeing Jesus, especially in the marginalized. The title derives from an encounter that Francis of Assisi had with Christ in a leper. In that moment, his eyes were opened to the possibility of seeing Jesus in those whom you wouldn’t expect. We naturally turn away from those we deem too sinful, too broken, too small or too poor and when we do, we miss seeing Jesus.There are several contributors [...]

    2. I highly recommend this book to any church leader, deacon, minister, or lay person that wants to partner with the Lord in using gifts from the entire body including those with disabilities. Parents of children/adults with disabilities will be encouraged by the stories Jersak shares.

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