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Spiritual Maxims of Brother Lawrence

Spiritual Maxims of Brother Lawrence With Linked Table of ContentsHere is a small book with the Maxims of Brother Lawrence The book is set up so that you can absorb these maxims with short easy readings each day over the course of one m

  • Title: Spiritual Maxims of Brother Lawrence
  • Author: Brother Lawrence
  • ISBN: 9781604592481
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • With Linked Table of ContentsHere is a small book with the Maxims of Brother Lawrence The book is set up so that you can absorb these maxims with short, easy readings each day over the course of one month, allowing you ample time to reflect and meditate upon each maxim.

    Spiritual Maxims Spirit Life Spiritual Maxims Translator s Preface Author s Preface The knowledge of God and the Knowledge of self Christian Liberty, and the Active and Passive ways Good Direction The Practice of the Presence of God Devotion to Our Lord The Sacraments of Penance and the Holy Eucharist Purity of Intention, Simplicity and Uprightness Spiritual Maxims Wikisource, the free online library Feb , SPIRITUAL MAXIMS To rob God of nothing to refuse Him nothing to require of Him nothing this is great perfection In the commencement of the spiritual life, our hardest task is to bear with our neighbor in its progress, with ourselves, and in its end, with God He that regards self only with horror, is beginning to be the delight of God. Spiritual Maxims of St Teresa of Avila Catholic Pages Speak well of all that is spiritual, such as religious, priests, and hermits Let thy words be few when in the midst of many Be modest in all thy words and works Never be obstinate, especially in things of no moment In speaking to others be always calm and cheerful . LibriVox rows Spiritual Maxims Anonymous English Quaker Play Of Necessary

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    About Author

    1. Brother Lawrence says:
      Brother Lawrence was born Nicolas Herman in H rim nil, near Lun ville in the region of Lorraine, located in modern day eastern France and as a young man went into the army due to his poverty At the age of 18 he received what he felt was a revelation of the providence and power of God He went on to fight in the Thirty Years War and later served as a valet, but within six years joined the Discalced Carmelite Priory in Paris.Nicholas entered the priory in Paris as a lay brother, not having the education necessary to become a cleric, and took the religious name, Lawrence of the Resurrection He spent almost all of the rest of his life within the walls of the priory, working in the kitchen for many of these years and as a repairer of sandals in his later years.Despite his lowly position in the life of the priory, his character attracted many to him He had a reputation for experiencing profound peace and visitors came to seek spiritual guidance from him The wisdom he passed on to them in conversations and in letters would later become the basis for the book The Practice of the Presence of God From

    Comment 224 on “Spiritual Maxims of Brother Lawrence

    1. Danielle says:
      I read it again and again whenever I need to practice the presence

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