Shall All be Well

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Graham Ward

ISBN: 978-0-7283-0253-2

LENGTH: 28 pages

Graham Ward invites us to discover how God’s love enfolds. He recasts the oft-quoted words of Jesus to Julian of Norwich. Readers are given a truthful examination of sin, fear and shame, set in the context of our creation out of nothing and our life ultimately ‘hid with Christ in God’. This leads to fresh understanding of the Cross and Passion of Christ, the redemption he offers, and the hope and freedom to us.

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Graham Ward invites us on a journey to discover how God’s love enfolds even our inner darkness. He recasts as a question the oft-quoted words of Jesus to Julian of Norwich, thus articulating a deep perplexity, familiar to anyone who confronts the realities of our human condition. Readers are not spared a truthful examination of the workings of sin, fear and shame, but the author sets these things in the context of our creation out of nothing and our life ultimately ‘hid with Christ in God’. This in turn leads to fresh understanding of the Cross and Passion of Christ, the depths of the redemption he offers, and the hope and freedom available to us.

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ISBN

978-0-7283-0253-2

Length

28 pages

Author

Graham Ward

ISSN

0307-1405

Book Size

140 x 210 mm

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Author Bio

GRAHAM WARD is Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford

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