The Gift of Prayer
Number of pages: 137
Written in gentle prose, full of compassion and insight, this book is an investigation into the many facets of prayer.
What is prayer? Why do we desire it? And to Whom am I praying? There are some of the questions to contemplate in this primer full of short, informal readings. Providing focused, lucid, and practical approaches to prayer, this book emphasizes the benefits of using it in everyday situations.
With the guidance of both ancient traditions and contemporary experiences, the deep and abiding qualities of prayer are also explored, helping illuminate the ways in which prayer can complement daily life.
Margaret Silf is the author of Close to the Heart, Inner Compass, and Wayfaring. She is internationally known as a spiritual writer and retreat leader.