The Practice and Presence of God Paperback
by Brother Lawrence;
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The Practice and Presence of God
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It is the art of "practising the presence of God in one single act that does not end."
He often stated that it is God who paints Himself in the depths of our soul. We must merely open our hearts to receive Him and His loving presence.
As a humble cook, Brother Lawrence learned an important lesson through each daily chore: The time he spent in communion with the Lord should be the same, whether he was bustling around in the kitchen - with several people asking questions at the same time - or on his knees in prayer. He learned to cultivate the deep presence of God so thoroughly in his own heart that he was able to joyfully exclaim, "I am doing now what I will do for all eternity. I am blessing God, praising Him, adoring Him, and loving Him with all my heart."
For nearly 300 years this unparalleled classic has given both blessing and instruction to those who can be content with nothing less than knowing God in all His majesty and feeling His loving presence throughout each simple day.
The Practice and Presence of God by Brother Lawrence was published by Whitaker House in December 1982 and is our 3533rd best seller. The ISBN for The Practice and Presence of God is 9780883681053.
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|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Brother Lawrence|
|Publisher||Whitaker House (December 1982)|
|Number of Pages||95|