Thoughts Matter Paperback

Discovering the Spiritual Journey

by Mary Margaret Funk;


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Thoughts Matter

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Cassian taught that real intimacy with God in prayer demands renouncing one's former way of life, the thoughts belonging to that former way of life, and one's very idea of God. In Thoughts Matter, Mary Margaret Funk focuses on the second of these: renouncing the thoughts belonging to one's former way of life. Her eight chapters focus on different thoughts"-food, sex, anger, dejection, acedia (profound weariness of the soul), vainglory (taking credit for good actions), and pride.Funk explains well how failure to control these thoughts can undermine our spiritual life, and she instructs readers on how effectively to overcome these thoughts and to focus instead on thoughts in harmony with God's will. The result is an experience of joy, hope, and freedom from enslavement to our appetites. Readers will come away enlightened, strengthened, and inspired to delve more deeply into a life of intimacy with God.

Thoughts Matter by Mary Margaret Funk was published by Liturgical Press in February 2013 and is our 49648th best seller. The ISBN for Thoughts Matter is 9780814635254.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLiturgical Press (February 2013)
Weight200g
Number of Pages200
Thickness13 mm
Height178 mm
Width127 mm
ISBN9780814635254
ISBN-100814635253
Product Code4065873
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