Jack Ensign Addington lawyer, minister, lecturer, and author left a successful legal practice to become a minister. During his twenty years in the ministry, he founded two large city churches. He was the co-founder, with his wife, Cornelia Addington, of the Abundant Living Foundation, which brought his teachings to thousands of students in the United States and Canada through radio broadcasts and the publication of the Abundant Living magazine. After retiring to Kalispell Montana, Jack Addington died in 1998.
Joy of Meditationby Jack Ensign Addington, Cornelia Addington
"Meditation is simply prayer without words, prayer of the soul, mind and heart. In its best form, it is like talking to God with the tongue of the spirit and hearing Him answer with the ears of the soul. It is spiritual
This takes the mystery and hard work out of meditation. It can be a joy when you let this book show you how to find your own unique approach.
"Meditation is simply prayer without words, prayer of the soul, mind and heart. In its best form, it is like talking to God with the tongue of the spirit and hearing Him answer with the ears of the soul. It is spiritual training. It is filled with consolations unknown to those who never practice it.
Meditation at its poorest is the highest form of prayer, but at its best it is a foretaste of Heaven's joy." - BISHOP F.C. KELLEY
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Love this book. Easy to read. I keep it by my night stand for referral. Very helpful in my early attempts to learn to meditate.