Abandonment to Divine Providence Paperback
The Classic Text with a Spiritual Commentary by Dennis Billy, C.Ss.R.
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Abandonment to Divine Providence
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Accompanied by the probing, expert commentary of Dennis Billy, C.Ss.R., this exemplary edition of de Caussade's "Abandonment" offers newcomers to mysticism and spiritual direction a clear, compelling path to entering into God's presence.
Abandonment to Divine Providence by Billy Dennis was published by Christian Classics Inc in April 2010. The ISBN for Abandonment to Divine Providence is 9780870612534.
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Abandonment to Divine ProvidenceSimon Iredale, via The Good Book Stall
The Seventeenth Century writer makes a distinction between ‘living in God’ and ‘letting God live in you.’ The former is what we would normally understand as the spirituality of discipline, prayer, study of Scripture, Church membership etc which characterizes much of Western Christianity. The second, which is the main focus of his work, is a path of paradox, ambiguity, spiritual ‘darkness’, where the believer trusts nakedly in the love of God without seeking to understand the why’s and wherefore’s. For this reason it comes across as remarkably modern and apposite for the kind of uncertain and morally ambiguous world in which we now live. Fr Billy’s excellent introductions to each chapter and his questions for reflection are pastorally penetrating and considerably add to the power of the book. It is a very uncomfortable book to read – but for all the right reasons.
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|Page last updated||4th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Billy Dennis|
|Publisher||Christian Classics Inc (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||226|