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Prayer for Everyday Living

by Alan Walker

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This book speaks to people of all religious faiths who feel a need for prayer but are unsure how to focus their spiritual impulse into a daily activity. The author, a religious counselor, helps all who seek the Divine by discussing the different forms of prayer, from communal liturgical rituals to private prayer and meditation. He also explains the many reasons for prayer: praise of the Deity, petition, intercession, thanksgiving, and confession. He draws on the insights and experiences of many traditions, including the great world religions, ancient metaphysical wisdom, and contemporary spiritualities. His intention is to interpret and present these traditions in ways that readers of all faiths can use. Whether readers belong to an organized religious denomination or have faith in the deity that is personal and outside organized religions, they will find guidance in these pages. Alan Walker shows special interest in those who try to pray but have been confused by technical religious terminology or demanding doctrines. The purpose of his book is to take his readers beyond such obstacles and encourage their relationship to the Divine.

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