Translated by E.M. Blaiklock
The Practice of the Presence of God contains letters, ways and spiritual principles of Brother Lawrence, the seventeenth-century French monk who in his monastery kitchen discovered an overwhelming delight in God's presence. The joy Brother Lawrence found and the deep submission he practiced, have made this one of the enduring spiritual classics.
Joyce Huggett affirms that God is far from silent when Christians seek his will and his voice. Drawing from nine years' experience of prayerfully listening to God, Joyce shares the thrilling discoveries she has made, offering practical encouragement and honestly tackling difficulties as well as the rewards of this exciting discipline.