Item description for Madame Jeanne Guyon: Experiencing Union with God Through Inner Prayer & the Way and Rescues of Union with God (Pure Gold Classics) by Harold J. Chadwick & Jeanne Marie Bouvier D. Guyon...
Overview 2 of Madame Jeanne Guyon's best writings together in one incredible volume: Experiencing Union with God Through Inner Prayer & the Way and Rescues of Union with God
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Bridge-Logos Publishers
Series Pure Gold Classics
ISBN 0882708732 ISBN13 9780882708737
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More About Harold J. Chadwick & Jeanne Marie Bouvier D. Guyon
Harold J. Chadwick is a writer and Senior Editor with Bridge-Logos Publishers.
Harold J. Chadwick currently resides in Burlington. Harold J. Chadwick was born in 1928.
Harold J. Chadwick has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Madam Jeanne Guyon?
The most important book on prayer. Apr 27, 2003
Madame Jeanne Guyon's guide to prayer is by far the most imortant book on the subject I've ever read. I could never recommend a more useful guide to prayer.
The book is short and sweet--to the point. And although it can be read in a single sitting, you'll definately want to slow down to digest each page. In fact, that's precisely what Madame Guyon recomnmends of her readers. She teaches one of the most significant principles of prayer: felloship with God through meditating on portions of His word (the Bible). She recommends sitting down in a quiet place with your Bible and reading it slowly and carefully. And when you happen upon a particularly moving passage, slow down and dwell on that passage in a prayerful, meditative fashion.
And there is so much more here, too. Too much to mention in a brief review. It's enough to say that this classic is an irreplaceable guide. Anyone will be made better at prayer by this book. It's definately one of those books one will return to year after year, ever refreshing their spirits with the simplicity of Madame Guyon's methods of prayer.