Beginning to Prayby Anthony Bloom
Pub. Date: 01/28/1988
Publisher: Paulist Press
Hailed both by Catholics and Protestants, it was written by an Orthodox Archbishop for people who had never prayed before and has been read and loved by persons at all levels of spiritual develop-ment.
Table of Contents
|The Absence of God||30|
|Knocking at the Door||49|
|The Mother of God||143|
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"Beginning to Pray" is an exceptional book that provides important insights into prayer for beginners and for people who have been praying for decades. I was given a copy when I was baptized as a Christian at the age of 21. More than 35 years later, I regularly recommend this book to women and men who seek a better understanding of their relationship with God.
A wonderful little book with so much depth. I've read it many times and each time I find a new gem to contemplate. Simply wonderful for anyone that wants to understand about the power of prayer to cleanse one's soul.