The analysis of the great journey
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- Ages 14 and up
Whenever we hear the word Pilgrimage in religious settings, the first thing that comes to mind is a trip to the 'holy' land by the name of Jerusalem for Christians or Mecca for Muslims or other such places for other religions. Let me say this upfront: "I'm not really interested in religious discussions, so you know that I'm not about to spend time discussing trips to ‘holy’ lands.
True, pilgrimage is a journey, and whenever we hear the word “Journey” from a preacher or when it is read in a book, we tend to convert it straight away to mean the religious pilgrimage. Many have even term it to be what Jesus was talking about when he said that the road is narrow in Matthew 7:13-14. And because we have misinterpreted the journey, too many of us (children of God) go through the ‘journey’ wrongly. This journey has led to the frustration of many and they are still bringing many more people into frustration. God can’t get it wrong, He said His people are destroyed, frustrated, deceived, and duped because they lack knowledge.
This book reveals what pilgrimage really is and how to go through it in God's way, and how to enjoy every step of the journey. [more]
Keywords: Relationship, tabernacle, religion, yoke, partnership, divorce, breaking camp, changing camp, church, purpose