Meditations on the Book of Psalms: A Guide to the Care and Feeding of the Spiritby Barbara Cawthorne Crafton
Through the ages, the beautiful Book of Psalms has spoken with unfailing wisdom to lost and troubled souls. It still does today. The Psalms are the inspiration for Barbara Crafton's
There is nothingand I mean nothingon earth from which we cannot grow in wisdom and compassion. Whether or not we choose to do it is not up to God. It is up to us. . . .
Through the ages, the beautiful Book of Psalms has spoken with unfailing wisdom to lost and troubled souls. It still does today. The Psalms are the inspiration for Barbara Crafton's lovely meditations on what, at the end of the twentieth century, remain mankind's deepest concerns: questions of faith, the spirits, and the relationships between our individual selves and the source of life.
Are my beliefs based upon eternal values or merely upon custom? Am I willing to learn and grow from the good and bad that fall to my lot? Can I rejoice in my friends' good fortune? Have I the courage to do what's right? Love, separation, work, rest, defeat, victory, beginnings and endingsBarbara Crafton looks life in the eye and calls it as she sees it, showing us the sacred from a perspective that loves the world and takes it seriously. The tough, warm-hearted, and beautifully written meditations of this Episcopal priest are a gift that soothes our human pain and nourishes our deepest hungers.
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