Jeanne Guyon discovers the great difference between praying to God and experiencing God through prayer. In this inspirational book she shares secrets of this. Madame Jeanne Guyon discovered the great difference between praying to God, and experiencing God through prayer. She shares the secrets of this higher. Lisa Donovan’s thoughts and quotes from. Experiencing God through Prayer. By Madame Jeanne Marie Guyon (). Although her writings must be read.
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Return to Book Page. Esteemed as one of the greatest Christian works in history, this book effectively explains short and easy methods of prayer for those who hunger and thirst after God’s presence.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 02, Adam Parker rated it liked it Shelves: I found this little book to be full of wisdom. It is rare that I read madsme authors, especially those that write in this category, but I am glad I picked this one up. It is very evident that Madame Guyon wrote this in the paradox of confident humility. Not seeking glory or honor for herself, while at the same time firm in her conviction that God is everything and we must spur one another on towards Him.
That idea also presents a paradox within her own book, because her main theme seemed to be c I found this little book to be full of wisdom. That idea also presents a paradox within her own book, because her main theme seemed to be complete passivity before our Lord, emphasizing that no thrrough by us, whatsoever, could bring us closer to Him.
She was very clear that we must simply cease all activity before him, remain silent, trust wholly, and allow Him to come to us. While she did use scriptures regularly and throughout the book, the basis seemed to be mostly experiential, which I don’t madane have and issue with.
Again it is clear that she was motivated by the love of Christ and had much wisdom to share, and I am blessed because I read it. If you do decide to pick up the book, I recommend you take it chapter by chapter and implement the model of prayer she lays out as you read through it. I did not do it this way, but I think it would have been more beneficial. Written three hundred years ago it’s relevant today.
Wish I had this book months ago. Oct 01, Stuart rated it really liked it Shelves: One of my favorite little books about prayer. Experifncing is a practical guide about how to experience communion with God in prayer. I really enjoyed it.
Experiencing God Through Prayer
Mow, if I can only put it into practice: I think this is going to take a little while So simple, but not very easy. Just from the introduction, I can already sense Madame Guyon’s humbleness through her writing.
I am very much drawn and encouraged, as she begins by reassuring the reader that her message is simple and attainable by all: If you are looking for a deeper walk with the Lord, this book is anointed and will help you pull into a fresh anointing of prayer with Experiencingg.
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Book Review: “Experiencing God through Prayer” by Madame Guyon (The Prayer Foundation)
It’s an awesome reminder of what can be accomplished through prayer. Jun 12, Kimberly rated it really liked it Shelves: A wonderful little book. Both an autobiography and a guide to prayer. Good, short easy read. A couple pages in the morning to get your day off to a fresh start. Jul 15, Todd B. Dec 30, Louetta Powell rated it it was amazing.
Definitely worth reading again and again! Jan 25, Nellie rated it it was amazing. A great short book on prayer. Will revolutionize your prayer life. Short chapters make it easy to read. I would suggest read a chapter and practice madaame is written.
An earthly father is epxeriencing leads to be addressed with love and respect because it comes from the heart rather than dry, yod, elaborate words. Dec 14, r b rated it it was ok Shelves: I think this is the book I read by Madame Guyon years ago.
A novice to the Christian experience and prayer I liked Guyon’s mystical writings. Consequently, I gave the book to my pastor’s wife who never gave the back.
She wasn’t one to not return things. My take on this is she was trying to protect me from something she thought would led me astray. Which was dear of her but unnecessarily.
The Spirit leads us into truth and way from error. Someday think I’ll ask her if she remembers the book and s I think this is the book I read by Madame Guyon years ago. Someday think I’ll ask her if she remembers the book and see what she says about it. Jan 13, Linda Callahan added it. This book was guon to me.
I didn’t like it. Nov 04, Sam rated it liked it. Helpful in basic steps of prayer – how to rest in His presence, how to muse and meditate over His word and how to maximise enjoyment out of each Word. Feb 05, Jan rated it liked it. This is a concise, wise little beginner book on prayer. Kevin Wildman rated it liked it Aug 20, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Aug 13, Lisa rated it really liked it Sep 01, Diana Fallon rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Rodger Niemeier rated it it was amazing Sep 17, Valentina rated it liked it Jan 08, Shae Cottar rated it it was amazing Apr 23, Peter rated it really liked it Dec 06, JDailey rated it it was amazing Nov 17, DeLea rated it really liked it Sep 30, Shirley A Watson rated it really liked it Mar 04, Ryan Agnew rated it it was amazing Sep 02, Liz rated it it was amazing Jun 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Jeanne Marie Bouvier de la Motte Guyon. The foundation of her Quietism was laid in her study of St. At age 16, she married Jacques Guyon, a wealthy man of weak health, 22 years her senior.
Until his death inher life was an unhappy one, partly due to the difference in their ages, and partly due to a tyrannical mother-in-law. Her public career as an evangelist of Quietism began soon after her widowhood. In she went to Paris, where she was at first imprisoned for her opinions, in the Convent of St.
Marie in the Faubourg St. Antoine; she was released after eight months at the insistence of Madame de Maintenon. She then rose to the zenith of her fame. But the affinity of her doctrines with those of Michael Molinos, who was condemned insoon worked against her.
Her opinions were condemned by a commission, of which Bossuet was president. She was imprisoned at Vincennes in Decemberand the next year moved to Vaugirard, under a promise to avoid all receptions and correspondence, except by special permission. Inshe was imprisoned in the Bastille for four years.