With Unveiled Faces: Experience Intimacy with God Through Spiritual Disciplines
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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Wesleyan Publishing House
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You will not practice all of these disciplines daily, but by performing each one for one week, you should find those disciplines best suited to your own spiritual formation.
Each chapter of the book introduces the discipline, explains the Bible background, gives practical tips for practicing the discipline, and ends with several famous quotes and questions for discussion and follow up for use in a class or small group setting. (Out of Print)
evelynarlington, VAAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5with unveiled facesFebruary 21, 2015evelynarlington, VAAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5With Unveiled Faces is an engaging discussion of thirteen spiritual disciplines that caught my attention because of its dual audience: it introduces the conscious practice of these classic life practices to students not previously familiar with them. And in several chapters, it gives historical background that broadens the perspective of more seasoned practitioners. Disciplines of abstinence (fasting, silence, solitude, simplicity, rest, secrecy) are countered by those of action (journaling, hospitality, confession, scripture, charity, prayer, penance), providing a good balance, finally summarized in a bonus chapter, Discipline of Response, that more broadly addresses ones entire Christian walk. Keith Drury gives a strong, rightful emphasis on the centrality of Christian community. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for practical ways to live out their faith, with purpose and joy.
A. P.5 Stars Out Of 5March 3, 2008A. P.Enjoying this very much. It is light, yet challenging, good for taking that next step into a closer walk with our Lord, regardless of where we already are.