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Each meditation illustrates that faith is not to be taken for granted--it must be attended to, cared for, and practiced. The four writers who contribute to Singing in the Night offer hope, gratitude, and a sense of deep humility at day's end:
- Gordon McKeeman compares religion to a van that needs regular check-ups, even when it seems to be in good working order.
- Kaaren Anderson imagines Eve, banished from the Garden of Eden, but thrilled. "I knew it lay before me," Eve exclaims, "my life, my opportunity, my humanness."
- Jane Ellen Mauldin offers an end-of-day meditation that includes "a silent sigh of gratitude for yet one more chance to do our job again, and go on."
- David Rankin contributes a poem that celebrates prayer and humility, "I love to pray ... to peek through a mystic window and look upon the fabric of life ... and to think how little I know."
- An attractive clothbound edition with a ribbon marker makes a lovely gift.
- Part of a popular series that also includes Day of Promise, What We Share, All the Gifts of Life, and Listening for Our Song.
- Suitable for personal meditation or for public practice.
Title: SINGING IN THE NIGHT COLLECTED MEDITATIONS VOLUME FIVE
Categories: Religion & Spirituality,
Publisher: SKINNER HOUSE BOOKS:
ISBN Number: 1558964444
ISBN Number 13: 9781558964440
Book Condition: GOOD / VERY GOOD
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 200811
Description: SMALL HARDBACK, NO JACKET [BENARD, MARY (EDT)] COLLECTED MEDITATIONS VOLUME FIVE