Our oldest Christian traditions invite us to listen as well as speak when we pray, yet often the Voice seems barely audible. With over 50,000 copies sold since its original release in 1996, Echoes of Eternity has helped many who desire to quiet their hearts and listen. This new contemplative journal presents 365 brief meditations gathered from one pastor's faithful daily practice of listening to God, with space added for your own reflections. Each reading includes a Scripture verse and encouraging words that speak of Christ as our anchor, the treasure of God's love, and His lasting peace. Echoes of Eternity facilitates a quiet moment alone with God at any time or place.
Born in North Carolina in 1923, Hal M. Helms graduated from Furman University and earned an M. Div. from Hartford Seminary. He served five congregations and then in 1974 became chaplain at the Community of Jesus, an ecumenical Christian Community on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Rev. Helms "mildly modernized" a number of classics, including The Pilgrim's Progress, The Imitation of Christ, and The Confessions of St. Augustine and wrote several devotional books.
He died in 1997.
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