Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living

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Abingdon Press, 2007 - Religion - 77 pages
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In Three Simple Rules, Rueben Job offers an interpretation of John Wesley's General Rules for today's readers. For individual reading or group study, this insightful work calls us to mutual respect, unity and a deeper daily relationship with God.

This simple but challenging look at three commands, "do no harm, do good, stay in love with God."

"Every year I review the three general rules of the United Methodist Church with those who are being ordained. Now I have a wonderful ordination gift to give them in Bishop Job's, Three Simple Rules, to start and deepen the conversation as they enter a new relationship with the church. Bishop Job has described "by attending upon all the ordinances of God" to be to "stay in love with God." It's a fresh language that speaks especially to long-time Christians and United Methodists."    Sally Dyck, Resident Bishop, Minnesota Area 

"Three Simple Rules is a new catechism for everyone wanting to follow Jesus Christ. These practices for holy living should replace the membership vows in every church! Don't let the title fool you. Bishop Job writes, 'The rules are simple, but the way is not easy. Only those with great courage will attempt it, and only those with great faith will be able to walk this exciting and demanding way.'"      John Hopkins, Resident Bishop, East Ohio Area

 

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Contents

Preface
Do No Harm
Do Good

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About the author (2007)

Rueben P. Job was a United Methodist bishop, pastor and acclaimed author and served as World Editor of The Upper Room publishing program.nbsp; Best-known for the classic book, Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living, he also authored or co-authored nbsp;A Guide to Prayer for Ministers and Other Servants, A Wesleyan Spiritual Reader, nbsp; Living Fully, Dying Well, Listen,nbsp; and co-edited Finding Our Way: Love and Law in The United Methodist Church. Bishop Job also chaired the Hymnal Revision Committee that developed the 1989 United Methodist Hymnal.

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