Letters by a Modern Mystic has ratings and 46 reviews. Matthew said: For several years, I’d been searching for a copy of Frank Laubach’s Letters by a. Frank Laubach’s Letters by a Modern Mystic. From: Christian Spirituality, edited by Frank Magill and Ian McGreal, (San Francisco: Harper and Row, , pp. Excerpts from Frank Laubach’s Letters by a Modern Mystic in which describes his attempt to live in continuous inner conversation with God — what he called The.

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New Readers Press, On September 2,the United States Postal Service issued a stamp commemorating the th anniversary of Laubach’s birth.

Frank Laubach’s Letters by a Modern Mystic

What, Mysgic, do you desire done this minute? To make this hour gloriously rich. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Frank Laubach and Brother Lawrence. It changed his life and the lives that he served because of mystif mentality.

I was so excited to find that Willard had worked to bring this journey to the heart of God into print so that we all might enjoy.

It starts better then it ends, but I still love it.

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Just a moment while we sign feank in to your Goodreads account. He mentioned Frank Laubach in the book. Read reviews that mention brother lawrence presence of god frank laubach practice of the presence relationship with god game with minutes lakbach book must read every moment practicing the presence dallas willard easy to read highly recommend modern mystic lawrence practice anyone seeking walk with jesus closer to god change your life read for anyone.


Can a mother wash dishes, care for the babies, continuously talking letteds God? For me, Laubach has been challenging in good and difficult ways.

I was introduced to both the concept and the author midern Max Lucado’s wonderful book, “A Heart Like Jesus” Once intrigued by the thought of continuous communion with God, I purchased this book immediately and dug into it as a starving man would a meal. It is that important of a book, and paired with The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence, it is that much more powerful!

It is possible for all people under all conditions to establish this habit if they make constant effort and experiment within their peculiar circumstances to discover how it can be done. It is always a much better place to be when with God than feeling alone and helpless. I really appreciated this man’s struggles and efforts to put God first in mustic mind.

He would let God control his movements and fill him with his s. So here comes Frank Laubach’s letter excerpts, showing me the value of working to think about it more often. Again, “disgusted laubzch the pettiness and futility of my unled self,” laubcah experimented with “feeling God in each movement by an act of will — willing that He shall direct these fingers that now strike this typewriter — willing that He shall pour through my steps as I walk.

Sadly, they’ve been more or less out of print for quite a while, and used copies were rather costly. Laubach begs to differ. In Frank Laubach went with his wife to the Philippine Islands as a missionary.

It is a matter of acquiring a new habit of thought. Always a modest, hard-working man, he had his face on the covers of such magazines as Time and The Saturday Review of Literature, and was never phased. The Game of Minutes at the end was great and had some really great suggestions to continually abide in God.


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I love that he mentions this as people are striving today for all these things. The defect of the book is three introductions.

With the heart of a child I approach my very best Friend and grow closer in spirit with Him. His confidants at the time told him he was seeking the impossible.

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There’s something rather ironic about that, given that Laubach was the “Apostle to the Illiterates” This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I had just finished reading The Divine Conspiracy, by Dallas Willard and Willard speaks of Laubach a number of timesand had already discovered the immediate presence of God in my life, everywhere I am, at all times.

Dec 12, Mark Thomas rated it it was amazing. The passages in this book touched me in so many different ways as it opened my eyes to this amazing possibility. Oh, to be undone only by God because of His overwhelming presence. He was deeply concerned about poverty, injustice and illiteracy, and considered them barriers to peace in the world.