Spiritual Secrets of a Trappist Monk: The Truth of Who You Are and What God Call You to Be

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Long years of prayer and contemplation disclosed to a holy Trappist monk many long-forgotten secrets about God and man — surprising secrets that reveal to you who God is . . . and who you are in His sight. In spellbinding detail filled with holy fire, Trappist Father M. Raymond shows that the reality of who you are in Christ is much greater than you think. Indeed, the spiritual realities that Father Raymond unveils are beyond the wildest dreams of most believers. He reveals how Almighty God actually needs you, ...

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Overview

Long years of prayer and contemplation disclosed to a holy Trappist monk many long-forgotten secrets about God and man — surprising secrets that reveal to you who God is . . . and who you are in His sight. In spellbinding detail filled with holy fire, Trappist Father M. Raymond shows that the reality of who you are in Christ is much greater than you think. Indeed, the spiritual realities that Father Raymond unveils are beyond the wildest dreams of most believers. He reveals how Almighty God actually needs you, how you can live your life in the fullness of God’s freedom, and how — no matter what — you can even stand in the world as straight as Christ Himself. Father Raymond also gives you the keys to unlock the mysteries of pain and of success and failure. In a startling way, he even discloses the mysteries of the future itself.

These are just a few of the many spiritual secrets revealed here — secrets that, understood rightly, are staggering in their implications for you and for your spiritual development. Father Raymond’s electrifying message will revolutionize your view of yourself and of the meaning of the events of your daily life; it will fill your soul with a new sense of your own dignity in Christ, and it will fire you with delightful excitement for the things of God.

Absorb the wisdom of these spiritual secrets, and you’ll soon develop a transcendent view of yourself and of mankind that, if widely accepted, will heal the world’s wounds. Father Raymond’s refreshing view of God will set your soul — and the world around you — aflame with the fire of the Holy Spirit!

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Kilian Healy
“A readable, enlightening guide to life in Christ, with Christ, for Christ. This book presents the Christian road to happiness: know yourself to be a member of Christ, be yourself by living in Christ, give yourself as Christ gave Himself. Chapter nine on the meaning and value of Christian suffering is worth the price of the book.”Kilian Healy, author, Awakening Your Soul to the Presence of God
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781928832072
  • Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
  • Publication date: 7/1/2000
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 1,287,187
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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