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Breakfast In The Temple David Paul Kirkpatrick

Breakfast In The Temple

David Paul Kirkpatrick

Published March 30th 2013
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Kindle Edition
138 pages
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Breakfast In The Temple is a “how to” book on the practice of the Presence of God. This practice allows the prayerful participant to rest and be inspired in God’s Almighty Presence. The simple and unique methodology is outlined in eleven easy, gentleMoreBreakfast In The Temple is a “how to” book on the practice of the Presence of God. This practice allows the prayerful participant to rest and be inspired in God’s Almighty Presence. The simple and unique methodology is outlined in eleven easy, gentle steps that can be accomplished in your home.This is a Bible-centered and gentle process inspired by the habits of Jesus’ prayer life as outlined in the New Testament. The discipline in Breakfast In the Temple provides the construct to allow God, through the Holy Spirit, to wash you from the dust of culture, and to motivate you through God’s powerful and transcendent love. “Don’t you know that you yourselves are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit lives in you?” (1 Corinthians 3:16)Originally written as a letter to a friend who was suffering grief from the unexpected death of her husband, this easy methodology has been transformative in the lives of most of the sincere people who have used it. It has strengthened the walk of many and encouraged others to a more virtue-based, joy-centered life.Breakfast In The Temple has helped in love, dating, marriage, career, anxiety and even lowering blood pressure. This methodology works simply because God is at the center of it. This is based on the teachings of Jesus, including His own prayer habits of solitude and humility. So many Christians pray only to be heard by God. But prayer is more that that. This powerful method helps with a way of prayer that has been all but virtually lost in our day.The author is the co-writer and co-director of Be Still, a program on quiet Christian prayer distributed by Fox Faith a few years ago. The successful Be Still program featured Beth Moore, Max Lucado, Dallas Willard and others.Here, in Breakfast In The Temple, a method has been outlined which provides the stepping-stones to a deeper life in Christ. It is God’s Word along with the Holy Spirit that focuses this prayerful practice which has significant impact to most people if practiced on a regular basis.If you are seeking a deeper relationship with the one true God, the” Very God of Very God,” who can only be found through Jesus, you will certainly find Him. This is the beautiful and inspiring guide to a joy and peace you may not have known.In our busy and noisy lives, we seem to have forgotten so often what Jesus said: He is with us through His gift of the Holy Spirit. This is a deeply personal and effective system which brings you so close with the Lord that you are actually sharing the meal of Truth and Spirit with Him. As Jesus said to his disciples before he ascended into heaven, Come and have breakfast (John 21:12).This beautiful Kindle version includes eleven lovely paintings from Vincent Van Gogh in the last year of his life, including The Pieta, The Resurrection of Lazarus, and the Good Samaritan. Few people know that the famous painter was a Christian. Van Gogh defined Jesus as “the supreme artist, more of an artist than all others, disdaining marble and clay and color, working in the living flesh.