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Spiritual Progress

Francois F nelon

ISBN 10: 1943133646 / ISBN 13: 9781943133642
Published by Gideon House Books, 2017
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Title: Spiritual Progress

Publisher: Gideon House Books

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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To this very day God continues to inspire the hearts of His children through the powerful writings of these dearly beloved Christian mystics from the 17th century. Their words, stemming from their own personal spiritual journeys with God, beckon our hearts onward into a deeper, more intimate relationship with Christ. Each of the five essays included in this book are divided into short chapters which make them easily digestible and perfect for morning and evening devotions.

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FRANÇOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE-FÉNELON (commonly known as François Fénelon) (6 August 1651 – 7 January 1715), was a French Roman Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet and writer. In about 1675, Fénelon was ordained as a priest, although he initially dreamed of becoming a missionary to the East. In 1688, Fénelon first met Madame Guyon. He was deeply impressed by her piety and actively discipled her. He would later become a devotee and defended her brand of Quietism. He died on 7 January 1715. JEANNE-MARIE BOUVIER DE LA MOTTE-GUYON (commonly known as Madame Guyon) (18 April 1648:6 – 9 June 1717) was a French mystic and one of the key advocates of Quietism, although she never called herself a Quietist. Quietism was considered heretical by the Roman Catholic Church. A commission in France found most of Madame Guyon’s works intolerable and the government confined her, first in a convent, then in the Bastille, leading eventually to her exile to Blois, France, where she ultimately died at the age of 68. PÈRE LACOMBE, the spiritual mentor of Madame Guyon, was imprisoned with her in the Bastille.

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