No Moment Too Small: Rhythms of Silence, Prayer, and Holy Reading
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No Moment Too Small: Rhythms of Silence, Prayer, and Holy Reading

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In No Moment Too Small, Vest focuses on three of the foundations of the Benedictine way: silence, the exploration of Scripture and other spiritual writings (lectio divina), and the hours of prayer. These essentials of Benedict s sixth-century rule of life offer a practical framework for spiritual growth in our own day, a path to God through the events and people of ordinar...more
Paperback, 145 pages
Published January 25th 1994 by Cowley Publications
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I have read through this book maybe 4 times. The best chapter is the one on prayer. However, each chapter has merit.
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