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The Table of Inwardness (1984)

by Calvin Miller

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We shrink to step across the threshold to ourselves.
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The table is set for two. For the Lord and the believer. Here our Host waits to enjoy intimate fellowship with us and to nurture his indwelling life in us. Here we commune with the One who is the desire of our hearts. Many enemies, points out Calvin Miller, threaten the table of inwardness. Sex, food, power, busyness and money can all distract from our Lord. But in prayer, in meditation, in obedience, even in everyday life, we can enrich and foster the inner life in Christ we were made for. (back cover)
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