Watching Children Follow the Spirit

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 170 pages
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..".and a little child will lead them." -Isaiah 11:6 Inspired by the words and revelations of his own children, author Peter Domencic leads us on a forty-day spiritual walk certain to deepen our faith and aid in our paths to "lasting peace, love and joy." Having been a "skeptical and reluctant Christian for years," this husband, father and teacher was gradually driven to seek the source behind the surprising and profound truths uttered by his two young boys. His miraculous journey ultimately led him to become a follower of Jesus and to write this book. Through its refreshing blend of daily scripture meditations, poems, and the words of his sons, Watching Children Follow the Spirit stirs the soul and lights a pathway to God with the simple wisdom and innocence that shines only from children. Peter Domencic grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as one of nine children. A teacher, writer and runner, he now lives in his hometown with his wife, Heather, and their sons, Andrew and Alexander. He has been teaching English to high school students in the western counties of Pennsylvania for fifteen years. This is his first book. You can contact the author through his Web site at www.followthespirit.net.
 

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Contents

Introduction
xvii
CHAPTER II
38
Look Past the Shadows
52
Learn Better Thoughts
55
Take Off Your Head
57
The Pursuit of Love
60
Glow with Your Light
63
Morning Sunrise
64
Our Team
79
Be Awake Be a Child of the Light
82
Purity and Light A Path to Lasting Peace
85
Transient Childhood
86
Pure and Amazing Hearts
88
Be Free Be Pure Be Powerful
90
A Lightfilled Life
92
Moments Cooking Away
95

Expect the Miracle
66
Stone Skipping
69
Catch the Wind
71
See Your Face Reflected
74
Believe in the Spirit Keep that Spirit
77
Pure Light
98
The Essential Garden
100
A Path to Lasting Peace
102
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