Spiritual Progress: Five Inspiring Essays by Mystical Thinkers of the 17th Century
A collection of five inspiring essays by three closely linked mystical thinkers of the seventeenth century—François Fénelon, Madame Jeanne Guyon, and Père Lacombe—whose focus on the availability of intimacy with God made them scandalous in their day.
"Christian Counsel" and "Spiritual Letters," by Archbishop Fénelon, offer wise advice on how to find the keys to true devotion and peace.
"Method of Prayer" and "On the Way to God," by Fénelon’s close friend, Madame Guyon, demonstrate the critical importance of constant prayer.
"Spiritual Maxims," by Père Lacombe, the spiritual mentor of Madame Guyon, emphasizes the importance of expressing a passionate love for God.
Each stirring work is divided into short chapters, making Spiritual Progress ideal for morning or evening devotions or for Bible study. This treasured collection of classic Christian wisdom is certain to lead readers closer to the heart of God.
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The Remedy for Distractions and Temptations
Prayer as a Devotional Sacrifice
The Objections of Slothfulness and Inactivity
The Distinction Between Inward and Outward Acts
The Barrenness of Evils from Lack of Prayer
The Passive Way to Divine Union
On the Way to
On the Way to
End of His Creation
Despair at Our Imperfection Is
The Fear of Death Is Taken Away
The True Guide to Knowledge
Method of Prayer
An Inner Silence
Examination of the Conscience
Reading and Vocal Prayers
Petitions of the Spirit of
Turning from Faults to
The Effectual Touch in the Will
Passivity and Interior Sacrifice
Union with God but Not Yet Recognized
On Union with
The Life in
Spiritual Maxims About the Authors
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