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Coming Home to Your True Self: Leaving the Emptiness of False Attractions

by Albert Haase

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830835172, Paperback)

"God is at home. It is we who have gone out for a walk."
--Meister Eckhart

In Albert Haase invites you to return home--and shows you the way to get there. "Home," he writes, "is the sacrament of the present moment. It is only living right now, right here, that we discover our lives and this world awash in the grace of God."

Using the story of the prodigal son to illustrate the far country of our false self and the way back home to our true self in Christ, Haase introduces us to the spiritual disciplines that can help us find the path home to the Father.

Rich with insights from Haase's experience as a spiritual director, this is a book for the weary, the lost, the regretful and guilty--essentially, a book for us all.

No matter how long you've walked, God is still home.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:42 -0400)

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