Radiance of His Glory Paperback
Prayers for the Church Years A, B and C
by David Adam;
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Radiance of His Glory
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David Adam believes that the way to get the most out of worship on Sundays is to pray regularly on weekdays. Here, to help us in this duty and joy of preparation, he offers prayers that link with the readings for each Sunday and great festival of the Christian Year. The prayers employ the Celtic emphasis and style that many people have found helpful in Davidís earlier books, and will benefit those who do not use a weekly lectionary and those who do.
The Revd Canon David Adam is one of the best-loved figures in Celtic spirituality. The author of many successful books, he was for thirteen years Vicar of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. He continues to lecture, speak and act as a spiritual director.
Radiance of His Glory by David Adam was published by SPCK in August 2009 and is our 9325th best seller. The ISBN for Radiance of His Glory is 9780281061969.
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Radiance of His GlorySu Reid, via The Good Book Stall
Bringing together into one volume three previous books Clouds of Glory, Traces of Glory and Glimpses of GloryEditor.
This volume combines three earlier ones where Intercessions, Peace and Blessing were proposed for each Sunday, referencing the three cycles of the Common Worship Lectionary. Adams defines Intercessions as ‘facing the real situation’ with God, as ‘co-operating’ with God, and as achieving a ‘glimpse of glory’. His prayers are written as much for daily private worship as for Sundays, and he encourages readers to use them alongside the Lectionary readings for each coming Sunday. Formerly Vicar of Lindisfarne, and writing as heir of Celtic traditions, his prayers lyrically invoke beauty in landscape and weather and rural work as images of God’s presence.
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|Page last updated||3rd December 2016|
|Author / Artist||David Adam|
|Publisher||SPCK (August 2009)|
|Number of Pages||480|