Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2009
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Griffin is a trustworthy guide . . . She writes with the unmistakable authenticity and authority of a woman steeped in prayer."
Join Emilie Griffin in this daily companion for the Lenten journey. Using ancient and modern texts as inspiration for her own reflections, Emilie Griffin nurtures and guides us into a deeper knowledge of ourselves and God. We discover that Lent is our chance for a fresh start,
and an opportunity to joyfully put ourselves in Gods hands.
Lent is a time when we deepen our faith in a journey not of grand gestures but of small surrenders.
We are converted not only once in our lives but many times, and the conversion is little by little
and often imperceptible. But Lent gives us a time to move the process along, intentionally,
by a series of small surrenders. When we choose some exercise for Lentdaily worship, daily prayer, abstinence from one thing or another,
it is not so much the practice that transforms us, but it is our willingness to change. -from Small Surrenders
Emilie Griffin is the author of several books, including Doors into Prayer and Wonderful and Dark is This Road. She is a founding member of the Chrysostom Society, a national group for writers of faith. Ms. Griffin lives in Alexandria, Louisiana with her husband, author William Griffin.
Deb Workman4 Stars Out Of 5March 12, 2010Deb WorkmanI love this book, very inspirational. I fast during lent season and this book help me to stay focus on what's important.