The Rhythm of Life

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  • Hardcover
  • 145 pages
  • The Rhythm of Life
  • David Adam
  • English
  • 15 June 2018
  • 0819222771

About the Author: David Adam

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The Rhythm of Life Daily office prayers for a cycle of seven days Each day s prayers include morning, midday, evening and night prayers, in an easy to use format Newly updated, with canticles from Common Worship of the Church of England, as well as prayers of the author s own composition. Best Read The Rhythm of Life [ by ] David Adam [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Rhythm of Life

  1. Sarah says:

    I originally bought this book because I started attending a low church Anglican church and was trying to learn how to use the Book of Common Prayer which I didn t get too much exposure to during their Sunday liturgy Of course, at the time, I thought it was a book for private individual prayer instead of the prayers of the whole church which can very well be done privately I felt stuck in my daily prayer life, not knowing what to say, and wondering if pre written prayers could actually be a I originally bought this book because I started attending a low church Anglican church and was trying to learn how to use the Book of Common Prayer which I didn t get too much exposure to during their Sunday liturgy Of course, at the time, I thought it was a book for private individual prayer instead of the prayers of the whole church which can very well be done privately I felt stuck in my daily prayer life, not knowing what to say, and wondering if pre written prayers could actually be a good thing I found much needed guidance in this book as my first introduction to monastic like rhythmic prayer Now that I ve completed my second year at an Anglican seminary three and a half years have gone by since I first bought the book , I ve actually memorized the daily offices of the 1979 Episcopal Book of...

  2. Michael Philliber says:

    This second edition is very similar to the first It s a nice, handy 145 page glossy hardback guide to prayer It has a simple rule for morning, midday, evening and night prayers for each day of the week David Adam, accomplished author on Celtic spirituality who was vicar of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne for thirteen years, draws from several sources, some historical and others contemporary, to color the daily rhythm Though it is geared for communal prayer, it is still usable for those who This second edition is very similar to the first It s a nice, handy 145 page glossy ha...

  3. Michael Philliber says:

    A nice, handy 136 page paperback guide to prayer It has a simple rule for morning, midday, evening and night prayers for each day of the week David Adam draws from several sources, some historical and others contemporary, to color the daily rhythm Though it is geared for communal prayer, it is still usable for those who are alone.Each day of the week resounds with a specific theme Sunday is resurrection Monday reflects on creation Tuesday is shaped by incarnation Wednesday is filled wit A ...

  4. Andrew says:

    Beautiful little daily prayer book written by the author during his time as Rector of Holy Island, Lindisfarne It had sat waiting on my shelf for perhaps a couple of decades.It is based on a seven day cycle, with a different liturgical theme for each day Resurrection, Creation, Incarnation, Holy Spirit, Community, The Cross and The Saints The prayers draw on the established tradition but Adam is a poet in his own right so there is some original material too I moved on to this one after spend Beautiful little daily prayer book written by the author during his time as Rector of Holy Island, Lindisfarne It had sat waiting on my shelf for perhaps a couple of decades.It is based on a seven day cycle, with a different liturgical theme for each day Resurrect...

  5. Jeromie Rand says:

    This is one of my favorite book for individual or small group prayer The prayers are worshipful, thematic by the day , and leave room for adding your own prayers in the midst of the framework Each is also beautiful and saturated with scripture, which makes this pleasant as well as didactic.

  6. Jon Newswanger says:

    This is not a book to be read just once, rather a book that is read gradually through the year, with new thoughts and foci for each day and season.Even though the Mennonite Church has started to add some liturical elements to it services, it is a relatively new expe...

  7. David Campton says:

    This book is a spiritual gem For those not brought up in a Christian tradition that practices the daily offices or those who are overly familiar with one denominational order this is an accessible and framework of daily prayer, broadly based on the Celtic tradition One of David Adam s best.

  8. Charles says:

    good daily prayer book from the Celtic tradition