How to Find God

...And Discover Your True Self in the Process

How to Find God

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These pages give you practical help to look honestly at yourself - and by doing so, to attain the deepest desire of every sincere Christian: union with God Himself.

No longer will you be diverted from the search for God . . . or live in fear of losing your soul. Rather, with the help of the monk Hubert van Zeller, you'll learn how to spot - and avoid - dangerous spiritual distractions. You'll find out how to keep your feet on the path that leads to holy wisdom: true knowledge of yourself . . . and of God.

From van Zeller, you'll discover how to grow into the person Christ means you to be - no matter how far you still have to go. Your new knowledge will draw you closer to God and charge your life with a transforming spiritual vigor.

How to Find God is a spiritual banquet for every Christian who wants to attain true self-knowledge and to be united with Him who is the fount of all joy.

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  • Pages: 256
  • Format(s): Sale-priced ppbk, eBook
  • ISBN: 978-0-918477-88-0
  • Availability: In Stock
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In Live Today Well, you’ll learn St. Francis de Sales’s technique of daily prayer and grace-filled awareness that will transform your life one day at a time — no matter how busy your lifestyle. In How to Find God, you’ll discover how to grow into the person Christ means you to be — no matter how far you still have to go.

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A life changing book!
This book is wonderful insight into the mind and soul of humanity. The subject matter is not something to be taken lightly. The title of this book sums it up very well: "How to Find God, And discover you true self in the process!" is a very spiritual book that has helped me to understand myself better than I've been able to. I am in my mid 20's with and had no problems understanding this book (I actually understand this book much better than I understand myself), but I have a strong Christian background and I could see this book as being confusing to someone who lacks this. Even so, I would recommend this book to everyone who seeks to know themselves. This book is so inspiring that I've had to read several pages again and again and simply marvel at how true and insightful are the author's words. Van Zeller (the author) was a Benedictine Monk I believe, and he was educated by the Benedictines in the early part of the 20th century. I am very excited to read more of his works.
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