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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2001

    Way Of A Pilgrim

    This book describes the adventures of a nineteenth-century peasant who spends much of his God-centered life wandering around Russia. It is an inspirational story about the value of praying which is sure to enrich one's Christian walk.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2001

    Way Of A Pilgrim

    I came upon this book by accident and without any prior knowledge of its existence or familiarity with the 'Jesus Prayer.' I began reading the book and quickly became fascinated with the story of the pilgrim and his adventures. After learning more about the current significance of the 'Jesus Prayer' from the internet, I again read the book solely for its teachings about prayer. From the tale of the pilgrim I have learned more about prayer than from almost any other single source.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2000

    One of the great classics of spiritual literature

    The Way of the Pilgrim is truly one of the great classics of spiritual literature. It is all about the power of prayer. The thesis is that one should pray always, constantly.<P> In the background of thought, of conversation, and of action, the prayer runs through the mind continually, like a mantra.<P> I am reminded of the prayer-song of the Don Cossack Chorus, which I heard many years ago. I do not know the spelling of the words to the prayer, but it sounded like 'Hospida be pumilui,' and the lyrics were repeated endlessly, with a singularly mournful sound. It was very beautiful.<P> I believe the words translated to 'God, have mercy on me.'<P> This is truly a wonderful book, and one that you should add to your library.<P>

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