Opening to God: A Guide to Prayer
A book that uncomplicates prayer for both the beginner and the experienced prayer. Opening to God is a unique combination of fundamentals, fully grounded in the tradition of the Christian mystics, plus a wealth of "today" insights into what is really involved in laying the foundations of a genuine life of prayer. Green's book is a milestone, a beautiful blend of our Christian heritage with the very best of today's practical experience and spontaneity.
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