Hilltop Scriptural Meditations

For Years A, B Weekend Spiritual Nourishment

by Benjamin A Vima



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/30/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 364
ISBN : 9781490774527
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 364
ISBN : 9781490774510

About the Book

During all the ‘HILLTOP’ moments in Jesus’ life not only he was informed and confirmed by his Father about his true identity and mission, but also he shared those inspirations with his followers. This is what the Scriptures and the Church exhorts us to encounter during our personal prayertime. The author esteems of his retirement-life of solitude as a ‘hilltop’ milieu, which is very conducive to meditate in the presence of God who is the ‘Highest’. According to the author, ‘Where the Highest is there the Hilltop is’. And he asserts, the meditations found in this work have been collected when he was at His Highest Place. This book contains 105 weekend meditations, based on Liturgical Years A & B-Sunday Scriptural passages. Author writes in his Forward: I dream to see this work as a handbook to be used either in the hands of every Christian at his/her Sabbath Prayer Hours or at the desks of preachers during the preparation of their Sunday homilies.

About the Author

REV. BENJAMIN A VIMA has been a diocesan priest for forty-four years; he had performed his pastoral ministry in various parishes both in India and USA. He holds two masters: one in religious communications from the Loyola University of Chicago and another in people’s theater communications from the University of Illinois–Chicago Circle Campus. He has authored several books, eight of which have been published already through the help of Trafford Publications, Indiana. At present, he is retired from his parish administration and pastoral ministry but continues to spend his time praying, writing, and visiting the sick and the homebound. He too continues to accept calls from various churches around America to perform church services and preach ministry.