Woven into Prayer Paperback
a Flexible Pattern of Daily Prayer Through Thre Christian Year
by Angela Ashwin;
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Woven into Prayer
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Woven into Prayer by Angela Ashwin was published by Canterbury Press in October 2010 and is our 18147th best seller. The ISBN for Woven into Prayer is 9781848250529.
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Woven Into PrayerBarry Vendy, via The Good Book Stall
“Prayer and faith are anything but dead”, are the opening words of this book that will be an immensely helpful companion for anyone seeking a new pattern of daily prayer. Perhaps the pattern you’ve been using has grown stale and over familiar, and you need a change. Or perhaps your prayer life feels undisciplined and lacking in structure, and needs ordering. Either way, you would benefit from giving Angela Ashwin’s suggested pattern a try. It contains a section for each ‘season’ of the Christian year, plus two sections to cover ‘Ordinary Time’. A ‘Short Order of Daily Prayer’ is provided for each section, incorporating Psalms and plenty of other scriptural material (with alternatives) and prayer suggestions. I specially appreciated the chapter in each section entitled ‘A Quiet Space’, full of guidelines for meditation, and often featuring an icon. A great help. But let’s be clear. This pattern is not to be followed slavishly or legalistically. The author says she has made it “as flexible as possible”, designing its material to expand or contract depending on how busy we are. The book’s aim is to “deepen your relationship with God rather than becoming just one more burden”.
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Details for Woven into Prayer
|Page last updated||1st November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Angela Ashwin|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||304|