Thirsting for God: Spiritual Refreshment for the Sacred Journey [NOOK Book]

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Gary Thomas, a popular speaker and the bestselling author of Sacred Pathways, invites readers to reinvigorate their faith journey as he sheds light on refreshing perspectives about prayer, hope, purpose, and the thirst for God and His love.

With insight from Gary’s personal journey, readers delve into classic Christian writings from John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, Thomas à Kempis, and others, and emerge with practical and unexpected ways to

  •  know God more intimately ...
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Thirsting for God: Spiritual Refreshment for the Sacred Journey

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Overview

Gary Thomas, a popular speaker and the bestselling author of Sacred Pathways, invites readers to reinvigorate their faith journey as he sheds light on refreshing perspectives about prayer, hope, purpose, and the thirst for God and His love.

With insight from Gary’s personal journey, readers delve into classic Christian writings from John of the Cross, Teresa of Avila, Thomas à Kempis, and others, and emerge with practical and unexpected ways to

  •  know God more intimately and delight in Him 
  •  embark on a path of spiritual training that lasts a lifetime
  •  experience the joy of a life surrendered to Christ 
  •  discover kindred spirits in the great Christian thinkers and seekers
  •  move toward spiritual growth and understanding

Thirsting for God offers companionship and the mentorship of great words, minds, and hearts as readers encounter a fulfilling, transforming relationship with God.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736940320
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 688,063
  • File size: 548 KB

Meet the Author

Gary Thomas is writer in residence at Second Baptist Church in Houston. His many books include Sacred Marriage (more than 400,000 copies sold), Sacred Pathways, and Pure Pleasure. Gary has a master's degree from Regent College and an honorary doctorate from Western Seminary, where he serves on the adjunct faculty. He is in demand around the world as a speaker on spiritual growth.
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  • Posted September 18, 2011

    Excellent Book to Help Deepen Your Faith

    This book really helped me to look at the Christian life in a different way. It gave me a hunger to dig deep in my faith, wanting more than the "milk" offered in most churches and contemporary Christian books. He stresses the need for Christians to grow in the salvation that was given to us by faith through grace, aiming to emulate Jesus more and more. Some will be put off by his quoting Christian classics not part of their denomination, but he does so with a caution to the reader. It's not a "how to be rich and happy" book, but one I believe the Church needs to read.

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