Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 2007.
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This wonderful pamphlet offers perceptive and useful guidance on what we are doing in Quaker worship, and how to do it, and thus is a valuable resource for deepening meeting for worship. He counsels noticing, patience, and a regular spiritual practice, as well as putting aside our own thoughts to center on inward attention to the spirit. He discusses and gives examples of the guidance to be received from expectant listening. His report of his own thread of messages is inspiring.
0875743889 / 9780875743882
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 388
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