EAN-139780744198713   EAN-13 barcode 9780744198713
Product NameDaily Office- Remembering God's Presence Throughout The Day: Begin The Journey
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ 0744198712
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AuthorPeter Scazzero
Page Count174
Long DescriptionIn this groundbreaking devotional book, Peter Scazzero introduces the ancient spiritual discipline of the Daily Office. The basic premise is simple: We need to stop intentionally to be with God more than once a day so that "the practice of the presence of God" becomes a real possibility. Each day offers two Daily Offices-Morning/Midday and Midday/Evening.
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