Intimacy in Prayer: St. Bernard of Clairvaux (MOBI)
Intimacy in Prayer: St. Bernard of Clairvaux (MOBI)

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How can I have a more intimate relationship with God through prayer?

About this Book:

As humans, we all have a fundamental longing for authentic love and intimacy. We want to feel cherished and to be closely connected with others. But how do we satiate this yearning in our spiritual lives, enriching our prayers and deepening our relationship with God? Where do we find an untainted intimacy in which our affectivity does not have to be abandoned, but can be expressed freely without fear?

In this collection of selections from his sermons on the Song of Songs, Saint Bernard reflects on the Biblical allegory of spiritual marriage between God, the Bridegroom, and our soul, the Bride. Through this interpretation, he awakens you to God's tender embrace and God's desire to have his affection reciprocated. By showing you how to accept God's invitation to intimacy in your contemplative prayer life, he reveals how you can fulfill your longing for pure and enduring love.

About this Series:

Today's questions. Timeless answers. Each volume of the Classic Wisdom Collection provides time-tested spiritual guidance for living a Christian life.

Explore all the titles in the Classic Wisdom Collection:

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Path of Holiness: Wisdom from Catherine of Siena
Peace in Prayer: Wisdom from Teresa of Avila
Secrets of the Spirit: Wisdom from Luis Martinez
A Simple Life: Wisdom from Jane Frances de Chantal
Solace in Suffering: Wisdom from Thomas à Kempis
Strength in Darkness: Wisdom from John of the Cross

About the Author:

Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153) played a leading role in the reform and rapid expansion of monasticism in his time. Preaching in an age smitten by the idea of "courtly love," Bernard's compelling interpretation of the spiritual life awakened people to the only relationship that ultimately satisfies: our relationship with God.

Product Details:

Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Publication Date: 05/2013
Format: MOBI
File Size: 1.15 MB
Pages: 128

Keywords: Cistercian-The Rule of Benedict-Doctor of the Church-Benedictine-holy love-Christian spirituality-monk-monasticism-French

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