[Read] ➯ Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer Author C.S. Lewis – Buyprobolan50.co.uk We want to know not how we should pray if we were perfect but how we should pray being as we now are What are we doing when we pray What is at the heart of this most intimate conversation the dialogue We want to Malcolm: Chiefly Epub à know not how we should pray if we were perfect but how we should pray being as we now are What are we doing when we pray What is at the heart of this Letters to PDF/EPUB ² most intimate conversation the dialogue between a person and God How does prayer—its form its regularity its content its insistence—shape who we are and how we believe In this collection of letters from C S Lewis to a to Malcolm: Chiefly PDF ✓ close friend Malcolm we see an intimate side of Lewis as he considers all aspects of prayer and how this singular ritual impacts the lives and souls of the faithful With depth wit and intelligence as well as his sincere sense of a continued spiritual journey Lewis brings us closer to understanding the role of prayer in our lives and the ways in which we might better imagine our relationship with God A beautifully executed and deeply moving little book — Saturday Review Lewis is writing about a path that he had to find and the reader feels not so much that he is listening to what CS Lewis has to say but that he is making his own search with a humorous sensible friend beside him — Times Literary SupplementC S Clive Staples Lewis one of the great writers of the twentieth century also continues to be one of our most influential Christian thinkers He wrote than thirty books both popular and scholarly including The Chronicles of Narnia series The Screwtape Letters The Four Loves Mere Christianity and Surprised by Joy.
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