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Pray Your Way

Pray Your Way
Your personality and God.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780232520194
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Publisher: DLT
Author: DUNCAN, BRUCE
Format: Pbk
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More likely than not, anyone reading this review prays. For some of us our prayer relationship with God is less than ideal - most of us were taught to pray a certain way at a very young age. Now, rather than being a source of joy and peace, prayer becomes a dry duty. Here is a short excerpt from the book on what prayer is "...most people think that conduct is what matters and prayer helps it, whereas the truth is that prayer is what matters and conduct tests it. Prayer changes us. We cannot grow in prayer without growing in social and political awareness and a desire to do our part for the coming of God's Kingdom on earth. Prayer is the impulse of God's grace, urging and helping us to respond to the Spirit of love. As we make that response, so we lay ourselves open to being changed, to growing in thoughts, words, and deeds of love. The widespread longing in the hearts of people for a closer walk with God will bear fruit." The author is Bruce Duncan, an Anglican priest, wellknown for his workshops in the Myers-Briggs field. After clearly and simply outlining the MBTI theory he explains how different personality types are naturally drawn to different methods of prayer. I found it liberating to have affirmed that there is no right or wrong way to pray. Duncan's explanation of our 'shadow side' and how it relates to our prayer relationship, especially in mid-life, is fascinating.
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