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Descending Fire

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Here is personal testimony that confirms what St. Therese told us about God's love for us: it will not be denied Here is the very fire of Divine Love that yearns to embrace you.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Sophia Institute Press
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Karin
Sep 25, 2013 Karin rated it it was amazing
This is a spiritual journal written by a priest who uses the pseudonym Jean Petit. Given that fact, the writing is intensely beautiful and spiritual, but also a bit raw. I found myself going back over not just sections, but sentences in order to let what he was trying to convey sink in. The book is only 176 pages, but it is not a page turner~ the reader needs to read a few pages at a time in order to appreciate the full beauty of the author's prayerful entries.
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