Most travel tales begin and end with the book in your hand. Not this one. As Karen Dabaghian shares the adventure of her year in the Psalms, youall embark on an ancient journey for those hungry to know God more intimately. The Psalms were the hymnbook of the Hebrews, Jesus, and the early church. Today, we tend to pluck a verse here and there for a word of encouragement, but we have lost the Psalms as a guidebook for spiritual formation. You can rediscover the Psalms as a traveler. Explore the terrain where your interior life and the Word of God intersect. Begin speaking to God with raw honesty. Listen as God replies with personal, life-giving words. Above all, discover at the feet of the poet-king how to ataste and see that the LORD is good.aYou can read more of Briana#39;s story on my blog, karendabaghian .com/blog. 2. Ilan Stavans, ed., The Poetry of Pablo Neruda (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003), 659. Adapted from the opening line of the poem titled aPoetry.a 3.
|Title||:||A Travelogue of the Interior|
|Publisher||:||David C Cook - 2015-04-15|