Prayer and Contemplation & Distractions are for Healing
Two of Robert Llewelyn’s works are combined in this edition. In the first, he discusses petition, intercession and the various forms of vocal prayer, as well as contemplation, into which all Christians can expect to be drawn as they spend time with God. In the second, he suggests how wandering thoughts in prayer can be healing for the individual and, by extension, may be used for good in the lives of others.
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Robert Llewelyn (1909-2008) ministered in England and overseas as priest and headmaster. He was for a time Archdeacon of Poona in India and was chaplain at Bede House in Kent, a house of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God 1972-6. He was chaplain of the Julian Shrine in Norwich until his retirement in 1990. His many published books include his 1998 autobiography, ‘Memories and Reflections’, and ‘With Pity not with Blame’. He was awarded the Templeton Prize in 1994 for his contribution to the advancement of religion in the field of spirituality.
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