Friday, February 05, 2010
presents the significance of THE LORD'S PRAYER in such a unique way. I will always remember the rose with six petals surrounded by labyrinth in the Chartres Cathedral. Each rose petal represents a tenet from The Lord's Prayer. I literally see the rose in the labyrinth whenever I now repeat The Lord's Prayer.
After reading Kathleen McGowan's book, I repeat The Lord's Prayer more often. I realize the important of saying, for example, "Our Father." Those two words alone reveal so much about Father God's desired relationship with us. I am looking forward to reading this wonderfully inspiring book again in the future. There are exercises in the book. These exercises bring more enlightenment and are very simple. Kathleen McGowan gives 7 Steps To Transforming Your Life through THE LORD'S PRAYER. The prayer now means more to me than ever in the past. As a matter of fact, I said and thought of these words from the prayer and book while on a hospital visit this week. This is a wonderful addition to my book shelf.