A Guide to Prayer for All Who Seek God
Rueben P. Job
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For nearly twenty years, the beloved Guide to Prayer books have been sought after and used by thousands who hunger for God. Readers appreciate the simple structure of daily worship, the rich spiritual writings, the lectionary guidelines, and poignant prayers have all contributed to the long-lasting need for these rich resources. Now Rueben P. Job and Norman Shawchuck offer a third volume, A Guide to Prayer for All Who Seek God.
Like its predecessors, this Guide offers a daily pattern for those seeking a rhythm of devotion and personal worship. A Guide to Prayer for All Who Seek God follows the Christian year and the lectionary readings. Each day offers guidance for an opening affirmation, a petition of prayer, and daily scripture selections. The Readings for Reflection reach back to early Christian classics and include voices from recently published works.
Themed “Readings for Reflection” include excerpts from writers such as Frederick Buechner, Mother Teresa, Howard Thurman, C. S. Lewis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and John Wesley.
1. Third in the series.
2. Uses the Revised Common Lectionary
3. The “Readings for Reflection” reach back to early Christian classics and include voices from contemporary spiritual writing.
4. Daily arrangement is as follows: Affirmation, Psalm, Psalm Prayer, Daily Scripture Readings, Silence, Daily Readings for Reflection, Reflection (Silent or Written), Prayers, Offering of Self to God, Blessing.
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