By Jean-Pierre de Caussade, John Beevers
For greater than 250 years, this straightforward vintage of concept has guided readers of all faiths to the open-hearted reputation of God's will that's the yes route to serenity, happiness, and non secular peace.
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"Abandonment to Divine Providence is a vintage probably extra worthwhile now than ever sooner than. it is a little booklet that rightly rejects the spirituality of worry and trembling (and the fashionable preoccupation with dreary self-absorption) in want of an abiding belief in God's lively benevolence. it is a paintings one reads repeatedly, continuously with gratitude and astonishment." --Donald Spoto, writer of Blue Angel and The darkish part of Genius
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O, all you who thirst, learn that you have not far to go to find the fountain of living waters; it flows quite close to you in the present moment; therefore hasten to find it. Why, with the fountain so near, do you tire yourselves with running about after every little rill? These only increase your thirst by giving only a few drops, whereas the source is inexhaustible. If you desire to think, to write, and to speak like the Prophets, the Apostles, and the Saints, you must give yourself up, as they did, to the inspirations of God.
Abandonment a Pledge of Predestination. The state of abandonment contains in itself pure faith, hope, and charity. The state of abandonment is a certain mixture of faith, hope, and charity in one single act, which unites the soul to God and to His action. United, these three virtues together form but one in a single act, the raising of the heart to God, and abandonment to His action. But how can this divine mingling, this spiritual oneness be explained? How can a name be found to convey an idea of its nature, and to make the unity of this trinity intelligible?
In the present moment are made manifest the name of God, and the coming of His Kingdom. The present moment is the ambassador of God to declare His mandates. " Thus the soul advances by all these things and flows out from its center to its goal. It never stops but sails with every wind. Any and every direction leads equally to the shore of infinity. Everything is a help to it, and is, without exception, an instrument of sanctity. The one thing necessary can always be found for it in the present moment.
Abandonment to Divine Providence by Jean-Pierre de Caussade, John Beevers