It's hard to discern God's presence amid the hubbub of modern life. But experiencing God is not just for the super-spiritual—every Christian can learn to cultivate a greater awareness of God in the everyday. Sharing dozens of practical exercises and disciplines, Ken Boa offers a contemporary guide to practicing the presence of God, revealing how we can deepen our walk with God and abide in his presence.
"...Knight draws together several streams of recent scholarship to highlight the dynamic and relational nature of both grace and holiness in Wesley's theology...a very significant contribution to Wesley studies. More importantly, it is a contribution to the larger Christian community as we seek to understand the nature and nurture of Christian life."—METHODIST HISTORY
If you long to enjoy God's companionship, this book offers practical suggestions for learning to be aware of His presence in every moment of life.
This simply written little book about prayer and Christian life combines two classics in one — each a primer of practical Christian devotion that beautifully conveys the thoughts of a 17th-century Carmelite monk.
James I. Packer says of the devotional life: "To rush to God randomly babbling about what is on our mind at the moment, with no pause to realize his greatness and grace and our own sinfulness and smallness, is at once to dishonor him and to make shallow our own fellowship with him." Dr. Packer has taught generations of Christians how to know God better. Now he helps us draw closer to God each day with insightful readings. Focusing on what it means to be a part of the family of God, these meditations will lead you into the Father's presence trough Scripture, prayer, and practical wisdom.