Gentle Rain on Tender Grass: Daily Readings from the Pentateuch

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When Moses came to bid farewell to the people of Israel, he summarized Gods message to them in a Song, opening with the words: May my teaching drop as the rain, my speech distill as the dew, like gentle rain upon the tender grass. (Deuteronomy 32:2-3). Grass needs regular rainfall, not just the occasional torrent. And so it is with us. Saying I dont have time to study the Bible each day is saying I dont want to listen to the voice of God. When we hear the Word preached it can be like a torrent, drenching our spiritual lives ...

Gentle Rain on Tender Grass: Daily Readings from the Pentateuch 2006, EP BOOKS, Welwyn Garden City

ISBN-13: 9780852346303

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