The publisher of my book Seeking God’s Face is offering a smokin’ hot deal. Only one more day left – the deal shuts down tomorrow but you can order them here right now at Faith Alive. Avoid sweating through the malls in a heavy winter coat and get a fine resource that will keep giving through til 2025 – what’s not to like about it.
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Hi Phil, Thanks for alerting us as to how to get a number of your book. I received a copy as a gift this year from the Knox Missions Committee. I appreciate Seeking God’s Face, the thoughtful way you’ve said things; I’ve been using it as an aid to stabilize times of quiet, scripture, and prayer in my life. I’m glad to be able to get some more copies within my budget as good gifts for friends. Merry Christmas!
Thanks Donna – so glad the book’s been a good thing for you and thank you for gifting others with it.
I just wanted to let you know I gave a very positive and personal review of your book on my blog. Blessings!
Aaron – thanks very much for praying with the book and for the great review – very much appreciated. I’m really thrilled to see how God is using this prayer book far beyond my hopes and imaginings. Peace, Phil
Hey Phil –
Loving your book. As I’ve been reading through, I’ve had a really curious technical question: How did you know how many offices to include for Ordinary Time, Advent, etc. – the seasons that fluctuate. Thanks in advanced!
Hey Phil –
Loving your book. As I’ve been reading through, I’ve had a really curious technical question: How did you know how many offices to include for Ordinary Time, Advent, etc. – the seasons that fluctuate. Thanks in advanced! – Michael
Michael – many thanks and glad you’re loving the book. Regarding how many offices to include for each season, basically we (me and the editors) plotted out how long each season was in advance (15 years worth!). With a little bit of work you can figure out all the needed dates – Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas; Epiphany on Jan. 6, Lent begins 40 days before Easter (which falls on the Sunday following the full moon that falls on or after the vernal/spring equinox. Of course, I had to prepare enough daily offices for the longest of each season so that we would always have enough offices for each season, no matter how long.
Great to hear from you.