The Table of Inwardness

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Inter-Varsity Press, 1984 - Religion - 120 pages
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Calvin Miller describes how prayer, meditation, and obedience can help us shut out the distractions of the world and develop a satisfying fellowship with God.

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Humbling reminder of our relationship with God

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Based on his earlier book (The Table of Inwardness - an amazing book, although no longer available), Mr. Miller continues his humbling guidance toward a simpler and less distracting relationship with our Lord. Very easy reading yet filled with deep truths. Read full review

Contents

j The Issue of Inwardness
10
Barriers to the Inward Journey 24
24
The Needles Eye
49
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Calvin Miller (PhD Min, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) served as a senior pastor in Omaha, as writer-in-residence and professor of communications and homiletics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and taught at Beeson Divinity School. He was a poet, artist, novelist, and evangelist who wrote over forty books, including the Singer trilogy, Snow, Wind, Shade, The Book of Jesus, and Into the Depths of God.

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