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Praying With Your Bible by Marcus Grodi

Praying With Your Bible

by Marcus Grodi

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Deepen your spiritual awareness and enhance your prayer life. The Divine Office - also known as the Liturgy of the Hours - weaves together traditional prayers, hymns, litanies, and passages from Scripture for a conversation with God at appointed times of the day. This rich devotion became the basis for a simple approach to daily prayer and Scripture study that is now Marcus Grodi's preferred method of praying with the Bible. Intended for private prayer, it's not an actual version of the Divine Office officially approved by the Church, nor is it by any means intended to replace the Divine Office. Its purpose is simply to help those who use it to deepen their scriptural awareness and enhance their prayer lives. I trust that through this approach to prayer, God will draw many closer to himself as they delve into his Word.

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