Pendle Hill Pubns (1989), Paperback, 31 pages
LibraryThing member QuakerReviews
This is a helpful clear discussion of five spiritual disciplines, and how they can aid in spiritual growth, as used in reliance upon the spirit's direction. She describes faithful living: set aside time to get to know God (Sabbath keeping), and in this we will learn about others' journeys (Bible reading) and ponder our own journey (journal keeping). Warm-up exercises (like tithing) gradually enable us to place our complete trust in God. The entire process of spiritual development finds its expression in prayer.
LibraryThing member kaulsu
Perhaps there is nothing new under the sun, even in writing about spiritual practices. Conti-Entin, a musician, at the least brought forward a new metaphor for the Divine: duet-companion. This is a very readable pamphlet, in spite of its age (written in 1989).
0875742882 / 9780875742885
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 288
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