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Posted January 19, 2002
'How do we make ourselves available to God in a day full of people, occupations, and demanding responsibilities?' Susan shares her discovery that we can learn to 'steal quiet instances throughout the day to keep the connection to God open and alive until the time when we can be fully in His presence.' Sutton's 'personal journey' has been anything but inherently peaceful! This daughter of former Gov. & Mrs. Robert Scott of Hawfields, and medical missionary to Chad has found despite life's changes and challenges, the 'need to find my quiet center' remains constant. She describes this quiet center as the 'dwelling place deep within a person...a spiritual place where we rest in the midst of the world.' Susan often quotes personal favorites and spiritual classics such as Charles H. Spurgeon, Andrew Murray, A.W. Tozer, J.I. Packer, Amy Carmichael, Hanna Whitall Smith and more! Every chapter ends with Scriptures and guidelines for time alone in God's presence.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.