Praying the Dark Hours Paperback

A Night Prayer Companion

by Jim Cotter;

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Praying the Dark Hours

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Jim Cotter has a rare gift with words that enables him to write prayers that engage the heart and imagination as well as the mind. Here the ancient and beautiful language of night prayer is infused with fresh and striking imagery about God. Simple prayers, Psalm paraphrases and short readings for reflection open us to the mystery of God - a mystery to which we are more open at night, or when we are facing our own dark places. At night we face many things that are kept at bay by the day's distractions. Praying the Dark Hours is a combination of two bestselling titles previously published by Jim Cotter under his own Cairns imprint: Prayer at Night and Waymarks, which together sold over 25,000 copies. This new edition offers structured prayer for each night of the week, based on the traditional pattern of Compline, woven together with scriptures and a short reflective reading for each day of the year and further selections for the Christian seasons.

Praying the Dark Hours by Jim Cotter was published by Canterbury Press in August 2011 and is our 38976th best seller. The ISBN for Praying the Dark Hours is 9781848251090.

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Details for Praying the Dark Hours

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press (August 2011)
Number of Pages192
Thickness14 mm
Height198 mm
Width126 mm
Product Code3978983
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