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DOWNLOAD ↠ Seeking God ☆ [Epub] ➟ Seeking God By Esther de Waal – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk BestsellerFor over fifteen hundred years St Benedict's Rule has been a source of guidance support inspiration challenge comfort and discomfort for men and women It has helped both those living under m BestsellerFor over fifteen hundred years St Benedict's EThrough this definitive classic Esther de Waal has become known as an authority for the lay person on the Rule of St Benedict Her ability to communicate clearly the principal values of the Rule when applied to lay people is the ultimate strength of this book She follows each chapter with a page or two of thoughts and prayers contributing to its meditative uality Esther de Waal is an Anglican lay woman married with four sons and a number of grandchildren She lives on the Welsh Borders where she grew up and spends her time gardening writing trave. Interesting learning about St Benedict and his rule for life and helpful to see how the principles can be useful for shaping our Christian lives today

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BestsellerFor over fifteen hundred years St Benedict's Rule has been a source of guidance support inspiration challenge comfort and discomfort for men and women It has helped both those living under monastic vows and those living outside the cloister in all the mess and muddle of ordinary busy lives in the world Esther de Waal's Seeking God serves as an introduction to this life giving way and encourages people to discover for themselves the gift that St Benedict can bring to individuals to the Church and to the world now and in the years to com. Practical and spiritual this book is a wonderful introduction to incorporating some of St Benedict's practices into our ordinary lives Completely uplifting without a smidgen of legalism or guilt Wonderful This was my first book by Esther de Waal but not my last Thanks Joy

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Seeking GodLing and taking retreats She became interested in Benedictine monasticism as a result of living for ten years in Canterbury and has written several books on the Rule of St Benedict including a life Giving Way published by The Liturgical Press She holds a PhD from Cambridge and was given an honorary doctorate from St John's University for her contribution to Benedictine studies and for her ecumenical work She was awarded the Templeton Prize for having started the Benedictine Experience weeks which are now widely held throughout America and Englan. Brilliant little book distilling the wisdom of the Rule of St Benedict and unpacking it for the benefit of ordinary Christians who don't live in monasteries Each chapter takes a different theme 'Listening' 'Stability' 'Material Things' 'Prayer' etc exploring what the Rule and the Benedictine tradition have to say and making connections with non monastic lifeI read this book through once very uickly and now plan to read it again much slowly thinking and praying over the insights it offers I highly recommend it