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Drawing on three moments in the life of Jesus, Henri Nouwen invites us to reflect on the tension between our desire for solitude and the demands of contemporary life. He reminds us that it was in solitude that Jesus found the courage to follow God's will. And he shows us that fruitful love and service must spring from a living relationship with God. Beautifully written, elegantly simple, Out of Solitude is as fresh today as it was thirty years ago.
You may be asking, How do I keep my devotional times fresh? My response is to have your heart captivated by God. The devotional pieces in this book are born out of quiet times with the Lord, spanning an eighteen year period. Some are based on ruminating over portions of Scripture. Others are sparked by thinking about Gods Person, and His attributes. As I wait, speaking to God and enjoying His Presence, there is a divine exchange. God captivates my heart and reveals Himself in such a way, that love for Him and sheer passion erupt and flow from my heart! This passion keeps my times with God fiery and has helped to transform my life through the years. Walking with God has been refreshing, dynamic, full of joy and passion. My prayer is that each devotional piece in this book will help to remove veils or hindrances, causing you to see God in a fresh way. As you sit with your Bible and this book, I want you to be drawn into a glorious encounter with the One Who loves you extravagantly. He will captivate your heart, filling it with unbridled love and passion! So, out of your quiet times let passion for God flow!
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