Contacting God: The Path to God Through Prayer

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Tate Publishing, 2007 - 199 pages
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Moses, Jesus, and Paul communicated with God directly. What if we could communicate with God even in today's world just as they did? Is it possible to ask a question of God and get an answer back? Author Sheryl Hardin answers with a resounding 'Yes ' In "Contacting God," she gives evidence that the God of conversation, revelation, and personal guidance is as present for us today as during biblical times. She explains that God has not changed, becoming a distant recluse who can only be known academically. Instead, she suggests perhaps it is not God, but ourselves who are distant and uncommunicative. "Contacting God" offers a method of contemplative prayer designed to establish the kind of close relationship with God that includes learning to hear the direction of Spirit in your life. In a down-to-earth, warm, and personal style, Sheryl shares her extensive experience with prayer, and guides you through each step, providing biblical references along the way. Practical exercises help you towards connection with the Presence of the living God waiting to be recognized within you. "Contacting God" invites you to come apart for a while to enjoy the quiet of a peaceful reunion deep in the heart of God.
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
My Story
30
What is Important?
44
Regular Prayer
64
Remember Others
86
Be Quiet and Listen
108
Droughts and Plateaus
130
Pray without Longing
143
Clearing the Channels
164
God is all that Matters
177
Endnotes
193
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