Come Apart with God

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Author House, Aug 7, 2006 - Religion - 392 pages
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My wife and I have read through the Daily Devotions for the entire year.  At one point she stopped me and said that every husband and father should receive a copy of these devotions and read them aloud to his wife and children.  I agree.

 

Above all, Dr. Percival is a Pastor and has a Pastor’s heart and insight.

 

With these devotions, he leads us through the entire range of a person’s relation with our Triune God.

 

Skilfully, he guides us through the pertinent Psalms, instructive Biblical passage, and a brief statement on how to speak with God.  His choice of poems is very brief and very uplifting.  He leads us finally in a sentence or two on how we ought to pray.

 

This book of devotions should have wide circulation well beyond the Anglican Communion to the church universal.  It has already begun with me.

 

Rev. Dr Nicholas J. Tavani, B.D., Ph.D., CFLE

Altadena, California

2005

 

 

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The Reverend Canon Alson B H Percival is a man deeply engulfed in devotional life.  When he prays the atmosphere is transformed with the Divine presence and those present become drawn into the apostles’ (Peter, James and John) transfiguration experience.   

 

I believe such occasions are due to the fact that he is in spiritual communion with his God on a daily basis.  Canon Percival prides himself with the fact that he leads his family, his staff and some parishioners in daily devotions.  For the past twenty eight (28) years of his ministry he has conducted all-night Prayer Meetings, Prayer and Fast Sessions, and Prayer and Bible Studies with much spiritual success.

 

This book "Come Apart With God" find its development from the spiritual reservoir Canon Percival continues to draw his resource.  Each reader will find that this book is written with her or him in mind. 

 

            Gloria Lanns, A Prayer Partner

 

 

 

In this book Canon Percival has combined God’s wonderful truth from scriptures with devotional readings pertinent to every day life.  Because of his deep spiritual background he gives us a daily reading for a fresh and unique perspective.  Each reader will experience the abundant grace of God as he/she meditates on each daily reading.

 

            Rev Fr Alric Francis Sr., Priest-in-Charge, St Thomas & St James, Nevis

 

 

 

The book “Come Apart With God” with its emphasis on the place of psalms, prayers and hymns in daily devotion has something to help everyone in her/his search for Divine presence and guidance in daily living.   It is my prayer that as each reader takes hold of the remarkable insights and principles that the Holy Spirit has imparted to the good Canon, God will bless and fill her/his heart with grace and peace in abundance; may God also draw all the users of this devotional book closer Him as they commune with the God who in Jesus Christ gave his all to meet our every day thirst.

 

          Rev Fr Isaiah Phillip, Parish Priest of St. Peter’s and Holy Trinity, St. Kitts. 

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