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Mansions of the Heart: Exploring the Seven Stages of Spiritual Growth

Narrated by: Dennis Holland
Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins
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A practical program for developing a deeper, more authentic relationship with God.

Written for anyone who wants to develop a deeper more meaningful relationship with God, Mansions of the Heart offers a step-by-step guide through a spiritual formation road map based on Teresa of Avila's Seven Mansions. The book includes a Mapping Tool that will help you discern your place on your spiritual journey and offers church leaders a process for helping church members to grow into spiritual maturity.

  • Contains a spiritual program based on the writings of Teresa of Avila, one of Christianity's most profound and beloved mystical teachers
  • Offers a complete, step-by-step program for spiritual growth
  • Includes information for leading others in their spiritual journeys
  • Appropriate for all kinds of Christians

©2009 R. Thomas Ashbrook (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Very eye opening

Amazing! You wont look at things the same again!!! Best book ever ever i loved it so rich and deep

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Great book!

Powerful insights into the spiritual life. Very practical and helpful in applying Madame Guyon’s teachings.

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A Mixed Bag of Truths and Distorted History

His adulation of Luther is doesn't reflect the historical reality. He must be ignorant of history. I would not compare Luther's teachings and behavior with John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila. Luther is not a saints

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