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With an Everlasting Love: Developing an Intimate Relationship with God Paperback – 1 Nov 1999
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About the Author
William A. Barry, S.J, is the author of over a dozen books, including God and You, Seek My Face, What Do I Want in Prayer? and Spiritual Direction and the Encounter with God. He has been acclaimed for his work as a spiritual director and trainer of spiritual directors. A former provincial of the New England Province of Jesuits, he is currently co-director of its Tertianship Program. He lives in the Boston area.
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
A great read!
30 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
Fr. Barry has written a wonderful reflective book on relationship not only with God but my fellow man/woman. His insights are wonderful and the scriptures come alive. I am using this book for the 2nd time with a study group and we are having a 'ball'.
An Excellent, Prayerful Book
8 April 2001 - Published on Amazon.com
24 people found this helpful.
Barry is well known for his work in and about spiritual direction, and he could have drawn on many people whom he has directed for this book, but he draws instead on his own personal experience and on the scriptures to establish the mutual desire of the soul and God for an intimate relationship with each other, and to look at the fear, anger, shame, sorrow, sin and sexuality that sometimes blocks that relationship, and at how these blocks may be overcome. Barry is particularly masterful in this section. For the Christian this relationship is focused in a relationship with the incarnate Christ, and section three of the book gives a useful synopsis of the life, ministry, teaching and passion of Jesus with special emphasis on the theme of our relationship with God. The text is loosely but not blatantly based on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola so that the last chapter on God in the world and an invitation to "dance" with this God becomes an interpretation, a wonderful one, of the concluding meditation of the Exercises, the Contemplation to Attain Love of God. The book has obviously been written prayerfully and deserves to read in the same attitude.