The Way of Serenity

Finding Peace and Happiness in the Serenity Prayer
Narrated by: Patrick Lawlor
Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins
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Father Jonathan Morris has seen firsthand how our day-to-day lives are consumed with anxiety and stress as we focus on our failures and troubles while peace feels unattainable. When he rediscovered the Serenity Prayer, he realized that this little prayer can be a powerful road map for our spiritual journey toward God. As he began to share this prayer with others, he saw that living these simple lines became a source of profound peace and happiness: Lord, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; The courage to change the things I can; And the wisdom to know the difference. Unpacking the prayer phrase by phrase, Father Jonathan shows how we can gain a deeper spiritual understanding by practicing its message. Through powerful personal stories, illuminating historical anecdotes, and biblical passages that show us God's plan for our lives, The Way of Serenity will help us grow closer to God and find serenity, regardless of our circumstances.

©2014 Father Jonathan Morris (P)2014 Tantor

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"For believers, The Way of Serenity provides a roadmap to peace. For non-believers, Father Morris provides a deep incentive to consider the other side." (Bill O'Reilly, Fox News)

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Great read!

Narrator was good.
Content was insightful, deeply spiritual, and practical. It has some stuff that 12 steppers will surely find helpful, but I wouldn't say the book was focused on that. He does though, explain the serenity prayer and bring it to life like never before. This priest pretty cool, I like him :)

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