John Dalrymple wrote many spiritual classics, all stemming from his conviction that prayer is the most important element in Christian living. In this beautiful reissue of his best-selling Simple Prayer, he writes explicitly on prayer, teaching that the simple silent prayer of contemplation is attainable for anyone who seeks to try. What unfolds is a mature yet accessible consideration of all aspects of prayer and how it connects with politics, liberation, poverty, spiritual reading and the experience of the Dark Night. Compelling and thought-provoking, Dalrymple offers a timeless and comprehensive outline of the classic experience of spiritual development which speaks afresh to today’s seekers.
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Meeting God in the upper room
Drawing deeply from his pastoral experience and theological training, msgr. Peter Vaghi takes us to the upper room in Jerusalem and describes three historically and spiritually significant events that transpired in this sacred place. in so doing, Msgr. Vaghi inspires us to look for Jesus in the upper room of our own hearts following the lord in prayer, worship, and service.
Ten prayers God always says yes to
There have been thousands of books written about prayer, yet people continue to wonder, why doesn't God answer me when I cry out to him? in light of all the problems we face in life, we want to know why God is often so silent. Anthony Destefano knew they had to be an answer to this mystery.
Mornings with Fulton Sheen
Meditation is different from devotions. in meditation the ear of the soul is more important than the tongue. St. Paul tells us that faith comes from listening in a holy hour, we wait for him to speak.