When the Soul Listens: Finding Rest and Direction in Contemplative Prayer

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Tyndale House Publishers, Aug 21, 2014 - Religion - 192 pages
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Do you long for depth and authenticity in your relationship with God? Do you want purpose and daily direction but can't seem to find the "right" prayer to receive it? "If prayer has stopped 'working' for you or if you want to know the reality of God, I invite you now to explore contemplative prayer and the lifestyle that allows you to experience God's presence," says Jan Johnson, author of "When the Soul Listens. When the Soul Listens" will guide you away from formulas and step-by-step plans toward true contemplative prayer. Learn to find rest and guidance in God, opening yourself to God's presence and direction through this practical approach. If you are disillusioned, searching for something that makes sense, or experiencing spiritual dryness, "When the Soul Listens" offers a clear path to a fulfilling connection with God and helps you allow God to work change in your life through prayer. Isn't that what you want?

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How can we ever hope to be transformed from the inside out into the likeness of Christ? One important way is through prayer. In her book, "When the Soul Listens", Jan Johnson explains how imperative ... Read full review

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JAN JOHNSON enjoys speaking at retreats and conferences, hoping to ignite within listeners a burning desire to know God in an authentic way and to live out a kingdom life in the daily companionship of Jesus. Unwilling to minimize the mystery of God or the human struggle, Jan presents biblical principles and characters in down-to-earth ways so that people can connect with God and become more thirsty for God. Her observations about life's dilemmas give listeners a lot to study, ponder, and laugh about. As an author and spiritual director, Jan holds degrees in Christian education and spiritual direction (D.Min.), which along with many years of Bible teaching, have equipped her to write hundreds of published Bible study sessions. She is also the author of sixteen books and more than a thousand newspaper and magazine articles. Jan is the author of 13 books and more than 1000 Bible studies. You can find out more information at www.janjohnson.org.

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