This book outlines a forty-day spiritual exercise in the company of John of the Cross, whose insight into the "dark night of the soul" and the light of Christ's love have liberated countless seekers over the past four hundred years.This book outlines a forty-day spiritual exercise in the company of John of the Cross, whose insight into the "dark night of the soul" and the light of Christ's love have liberated countless seekers over the past four hundred years.Read Less
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Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Fine, as new. solid binding. Clean interior. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 174 p. Rekindling the Inner Fire. Audience: General/trade. Fine, as new trade pbk. A book of devotional readings arranged and paraphrased by David Hazard. The Seventh devotional book in the Rekindling the Fire series introduces the spiritual path to freedom that was discovered by John of the Cross.
This is one of the best devotionals I have seen that captures the life of union with the Trinity in the believers life. I would recommend to a Christian young in the Lord and a Christian who truly is a " father " or "mother" in the faith. I continue to purchase this for friends, and they say the same thing. They are also buying this for others. It would also work well in a small , intimate group of believers who want to walk through it together. .
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