Are you ‘Practising the Presence of God?’

Author:
Peter Adam
Date:
November 22, 2023
Type:

Peter Adam explains that the mandatory isolation of COVID enabled growth in his prayer life in a time-honoured fashion familiar to many Christians.

"The expression ‘practising the presence of God’ comes from a book by Brother Laurence. For me it means putting into practice, whenever possible, a conscious thankful awareness of God’s presence, meditation on God’s word, praise and thanks or lament and grief expressed to God, and intercession."

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