Uniformity with God's Will

Narrated by: Arthur Rowan
Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
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In this audiobook, Ligouri details the necessity and importance of conforming our own will to God's. Ligouri states that the way to perfection is to unite your will with God's.

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A Book for Spiritual Growth

This short book has quickly become one of my most treasured possessions. The subject of seeking God's will in everything is beautifully covered. Read, enjoy and reread

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Great classic and great narration

One of those short classical works everyone must read. Works very well in voice form

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  • 01-05-20

Tread carefully

Ultimately helpful and thought-provoking. Encourages humility and deference to God's will, something that is rarely encouraged in today's individualistic society. However I found it somewhat fatalistic. At times there's a false dichotomy between God's will and our desires/gifts/pursuits/passions. It's quite a contrast to St.Augustine's words: "Love God and Do Whatever You Please, for if you love God, you will do nothing to offend him". In a way it discounts human agency as a gift God has given us, and which he delights in watching us use creatively, for good.